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6-14-2011 @ 1:15PM
The latter one is pounds, and I -think- the former is euros. I could be talking out of my ass, though, since I'm an Aussie and the denominations I have to deal with on a daily basis include AUD, AUD, AUD, AUD, AUD, and USD.Unless you're trolling. In which case, you are obviously correct - the first one looks like a C so it must be Celsius. The latter is OBVIOUSLY an F so it must be Fahrenheit.
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