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Bar

Slang for one million dollars.

Bar

In technical analysis, a graphic indicating a security's open, high, low, and close prices over a given time period. This time period may be as long as a year or more or as short as a minute, and many technical analysts use bars on a daily basis. Bars are an important part of analyzing price trends and market movements. Bars are the equivalent of candlesticks on candlestick charts.
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It appeared that Barman was drunk when he fell into the pit.
When the barman eventually went outside he saw Mr Blackledge lying on the ground.
Robert Mochrie, defending, said that the threats were a cry for help, and that Barman had no history of violence.
Beating nine other local contestants, including barmen from Cavalli Club, Okku, Sky View Bar Burj Al Arab, Atmosphere @ Burj Khalifa, Diablo, Blends @ Address Marina, Shangri-La Hotel and La Petit Maison, Barrat won the judges over with his knowledge, skill and ability, taking home the title of Best Barman in the regional leg of the contest.
The man then calls the barman over and asks him why he keeps talking to him.
The crowd is hushed as the barman gives the rabbit his pint and toastie, and then burst into applause as the rabbit wolfs them down.
Last night the barman was in hospital with a metal plate in his arm, as the pub's owners issued a reward to help police track down the attackers.
The attack was reportedly a reprisal over a brawl that took place the previous night between the barman and one of the suspects.
A TOP travel writer who wrote a leading guide to Wales died in a scuffle with a barman at a hotel in Moscow early yesterday.
The barman was attacked a few nights after Liverpool's European Cup Final victory in Istanbul, Turkey.
A former barman at the whorehouse said: "He wanted extreme sex, pain and girls to pretend they were corpses.
A MAN has appeared in court accused of lunging at a barman with a knife.