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Ball

A slang term in Hong Kong for $1 million. The term is most common in Hong Kong securities exchanges and other trading platforms. See also: Hong Kong dollar.
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In this case, foreign body that was removed from esophagus was a rubber ball which was located between heart and diaphragm in accordance with previous reports (Sale and Williams, 2006).
The Lattjo tongue drum and drumstick sets, which were mainly sold by Swedish furniture retailer Ikea, were found to have rubber balls that came unscrewed.
Roll the smaller rubber ball across the plastic, past the large ball.
However, to simulate the impact conditions of heavyweight impact source like the rubber ball, explicit Unite element analysis is required, and this approach is seldom found in the literature.
Or maybe they should have used pepper spray or rubber ball pistols against bad guys armed with 10-gauge shotguns?
In a statement read out to the inquest, Shakeela said the day before she had bought two small rubber balls for Kiran and one for her other
"They did have a rubber ball, but apparently they did not kick it."
In this petite volume with a thick binding and a truly rubber "red rubber ball" peeking out of the cover, Carroll, a consultant on creativity in corporate pursuits, describes how the skills developed and applied during childhood play can be useful in getting a business edge.
The envoy, Tsuriel Raphael, identified himself to police after a rubber ball was taken out of his mouth, according to Israeli media reports.
Kevin Carroll, founder of The Katalyst Consultancy and the author of "Rules of the Red Rubber Ball: Find and Sustain Your Life's Work," encouraged delegates to tap into their inner self and use the spirit and lessons of play to enliven and enrich their professional and personal lives.
Aron puts his nose into the air and responds, looking to his handler for his reward--a red rubber ball.
At the end of the leash is a rubber ball with a straw-size hole in it.