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Bar

Slang for one million dollars.

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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The 262 journalists behind bars is an increase from last year's 259.
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We brought all of them together but instead of seeing Taliban behind bars we see Dr Asim and the mayor of Karachi behind bars.
Reid - well-known for running nightclubs in Coventry in the 1980s and 1990s - is also currently serving an additional 16 years behind bars for heading up a drugs supply gang and a PS127,000 fraud.
As of now, we have just over 1,600 signatures and we hope people continue to sign it and keep this monster behind bars where he belongs.
Judge Earl sentenced Sewell to 31 months behind bars on Wednesday after he pleaded guilty to burgling the domestic dwelling at an earlier hearing.
Being granted such incredible access will allow us to provide an even more intimate and authentic portrait of what life is like for these young men behind bars.
The government has not announced how many teachers are in jail for their protests, but the Education Ministry has said police repression is not the way to deal with the protests and has requested a general pardon for all teachers behind bars.
But now he is set to wed fellow killer Mikhail Gallatinov in what is believed to be the first same sex marriage behind bars.
NORTH Wales Police said Francesco Prevete was without doubt a dangerous individual who would quite rightly spend 23 years behind bars.
Detainees arrested since the third anniversary of the 25 January Revolution and families celebrate the detainees' release after they spent more than 100 days behind bars
Leroy Douglas' family believe his seven years behind bars is an excessive punishment for a crime that originally carried a two-anda-half year tariff.