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Do Russian use the Cyrillic Thousands Sign (“҂” U+0482)?

҂ is indeed a historic relic. It was only used in the letter-based numerals (a system where A = 1, B = 2, etc; ҂A = 1000). It is not in active use for at least three centuries. One can see 10k (or 10K)...
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IED as abbreviation and term in Cyrillic/Russian

The Russian Wikipedia article cross-linked with the English Wikipedia "Improvised Explosive Device" article via the "Languages" list is https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/...
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Do Russian use the Cyrillic Thousands Sign (“҂” U+0482)?

No special signs regarding number or quantity are used in modern Russian, only abbreviations like: 5 тыс = 5 тысяч = 5 thousands 1 млн = 1 миллион = 1 million 2 млрд = 2 миллиарда = 2 billions 6 трлн =...
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