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Bar

Slang for one million dollars.
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Bar

In technical analysis, a graphic indicating a security's open, high, low, and close prices over a given time period. This time period may be as long as a year or more or as short as a minute, and many technical analysts use bars on a daily basis. Bars are an important part of analyzing price trends and market movements. Bars are the equivalent of candlesticks on candlestick charts.
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These weapons, ready for immediate use, were thrust between the bars as a menace to the leopards who were, very much against their wills, to be made to perform.
Pete, in a white jacket, was behind the bar bending expectantly toward a quiet stranger.
They swaggered unsteadily but belligerently toward the bar and looked at Pete with bleared and blinking eyes.
Encamped at a quarter before nine, in good time to touch his three- cornered hat to the oldest of men as they passed in to Tellson's, Jerry took up his station on this windy March morning, with young Jerry standing by him, when not engaged in making forays through the Bar, to inflict bodily and mental injuries of an acute description on passing boys who were small enough for his amiable purpose.
Nothing was to be seen but a wild chaos of tumbling waves breaking upon the bar, and apparently forming a foaming barrier from shore to shore.
"Several members of the bar are still to be heard, I believe?" says the Chancellor with a slight smile.
He would have appeared a large man had not a huge French-Canadian stepped up to him from the bar and gripped his hand.
Johnny Heinhold leaned across the bar and whispered in my ear s "He's got it in for you.
The bar of the Six Jolly Fellowship Porters was a bar to soften the human breast.
The duties of public prosecutor were discharged by Dirck Van der School, who adjusted his spectacles, cast a cautious look around him at his brethren of the bar, which he ended by throwing his head aside so as to catch one glance over the glasses, when he proceeded to read the bill aloud.
There was an angry altercation, and the owner of the bar stepped forward and ordered Tough Bill to go.
"You see, I'm small enough to get through the bars of that window; and I was afraid they would put me in a cage instead.