Big Bull


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Big Bull

A slang term for $500 in Hong Kong. See also: Hong Kong dollar.
References in classic literature ?
Then I turned to see how Good had fared with the big bull, which I had heard screaming with rage and pain as I gave mine its quietus.
At such moments, panting with red lolling tongue and with eyes fixed upon the big bull, it appeared to Buck that a change was coming over the face of things.
This latter was a certain Colonel Clancy, a big bull of an Irishman; and it would seem that he died almost as much of rage as of bullets.
Liked the looks of it, she said, seeing, in her own words, 'a big bull caribou knee-deep in purple iris on the valley-bottom.
One morning the two big bulls, Gladstone and Brigham Young, thought spring had come, and they began to tease and butt at each other across the barbed wire that separated them.
To Zu-tag he shouted: "Go for the big bulls while the she unbinds me," and to Bertha Kircher: "Quick
A big bull elk will do things that will make you watch football on the weekends instead of bowhunting, but whitetails can make you want to quit altogether.
When bugling at a big bull, it is often best to sound like a smaller bull.
Unlike many trophy bull units in Utah, the mountain range I'd drawn isn't open country, where a big bull, once found, can be glassed and watched until hunting season opened.
Karl Jansen, Sigel, Illinois, looked a bit like the pied piper as he motored through the grounds on his 1915 Big Bull tractor.
Big bull redfish begin schooling up in the bays and along the beaches from Panama City to Pensacola, while the schools of menhaden and mullet that have summered in the bayous and bays start moving south.
Tenders are invited for Provision Of Big Bull Creek Park Master Plan