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Bell

Signal on a stock exchange to indicate the open and close of trading.

Bell

A traditional bell that is rung to signify the beginning or the end of a trading day. The bell on the New York Stock Exchange is one of the more famous examples. As an increasing number of securities exchanges do most or all of their trading online, a bell has become a symbol or informal term for the beginning or the end of a trading day, rather than a description of a real bell.

bell

The device that sounds to mark the open and close of each trading day on an organized securities exchange.
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Screech and his more glamorous friends Zack, Kelly, AC, Jesse and Lisa made Saved By The Bell a Sunday morning and school holiday staple for British teenagers in the early 1990s.
The kids like some of the American shows like Saved by the Bell.
Yeah, Webster or uh--oh, Screech from Saved By The Bell.
But then he hit the deck for an eight count after a fearsome short left from Hamed in the second, and was saved by the bell.
Parra was saved by the bell but couldnt continue for the 10th round as advised by the ringside physician.
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Lopez, who made his name in 1990s teen comedy Saved by the Bell, later added: "I am in heaven right now.
Well he could go along the route of Saved By The Bell star Screech and star in a porno.
The older girl was saved by the bell - she was about to be raped when Bremner's door rang, allowing her to flee.
Irwin was saved by the bell in the fourth round after White punched him to his knees and the 21 year old usually had the edge in the exciting exchanges throughout seven hardfought rounds to earn the unanimous points decision.
In the end, they were saved by the bell - the Commons Divison Bell.
He floored him at Wembley in 1963 - when Ali was saved by the bell in the fourth round before a 'mysterious' hole in his gloves gave him extra recovery time - and forced the American to dig deep and take solid shots in their rematch at Highbury three years later for the world title.