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Basher

A person who spreads (possibly false) negative information about a security in order to make its price fall. The goal of a basher is to drive the price artificially low so one can buy it and profit from the resulting price correction when the security rises back to its former price.
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If you consider yourself an early adopter, gamer, love technology, or just want to know what to buy the technophile in your life, TigerDirect Tech Bash is the must-attend event of the year," said Steven Leeds, Director of Marketing at TigerDirect.
A Mother's Day Bingo Bash was held at Heart Lake First Nations.
About the River Falls Bacon Bash: The Third Annual River Falls Bacon Bash is a free community event celebrating all things bacon.
With the dawn of a new era for rugby league and the restoration of promotion and relegation in 2015, every minute of every game matters and that will ensure the Summer Bash will produce drama of the highest quality.
In addition to that, hackers can also use Bash bug to plant viruses on Web sites secretly once users have browsed on infected Web sites.
Merely having Bash installed on a system doesn't make you vulnerable, however; the attacker needs some way to access Bash via the internet.
Rundle added that one of the key reasons Kallis was so keen to play in the Big Bash was to get as much game time in Australia as possible.
GSN Games plans to build on its skill games platform by leveraging Bash Gaming s multi-player technology to create new, unique bingo experiences.
The following year a Warwickshire police appeal to scrap the bash through fears of reprisal attacks failed.
In 2012, the doors to the VA Hospital in West Palm Beach opened to the Bash, allowing it to invite 400 Purple Heart recipients and their families, living in South Florida, to be guests for the day.
CRICKET: Melbourne Renegades v Adelaide Strikers, T20 Big Bash League, SS2 (8am); South Africa v New Zealand, 1st Test, Day 1, SS1 (8.
General Bash identified "business that we have to get right," including the shift from Afghanistan to daunting challenges in the pacific, as well as the logistics prospective for that shift.