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Ballpark

Informal; an estimate. For example, when analysts are in the process of determining a company's earnings, they may release a "ballpark" as they continue their calculations.
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It is the same with houses and rental places - why waste time if it isn't even in the 'ball park'?
Our walk to the ball park was short and trouble-free.
The ball park enjoyed its heyday before the Great Depression as Major League teams would barnstorm their way across the country to pick up a few extra dollars and give far flung fans a chance to see their heroes play an opportunity that would otherwise be impossible in a pre-television era.
The lawsuit specifically refers to advertisements saying the Oscar Mayer Jumbo Beef Franks beat Ball Park franks in a taste test.
Kraft used such statements as, "Taste the dog that beat Ball Park and Hebrew National in a national taste test," to advertise its hot dogs.
The hotel will be built at the former location of Rye Furniture at the corner of Broadway and Maple streets, near the North Shore Riverwalk and Dickey-Stephens Ball Park. It will be operated by a national brand, which the New Argenta Fund said will be announced "in the coming months."
Ball Park Franks is counter-striking with the launch of their Beef Angus and Turkey Franks--making them the first company to make Angus beef hot dogs available nationally.
We continue to see a strong benefit for the state and the city in public ownership of the ball park, but we cannot execute a transaction at the expense of our employees or in violation of MLB rules."
Like his personal bemoaned experience of "cheap grace" at the ball park (1-8, 14, 20), Rosensweig's middleclass protagonists never achieve the authenticity they seek.
The Day I Hit a Home Run at Great American Ball Park
Having helped Walsall up, only to make an instant step back down with Peterborough, Keates and West-wood are apparently more interested in ball-park figures than the ball park itself.
In his letter (Work Together, 28.2.07) Labour councillor Barry Coppinger says the under-age drinkers who assemble outside the ball park at Beechwood Community Centre is not a frequent event.