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Grass

A slang term for $10 in Hong Kong. Bowl and stripe are equivalent terms. See also: Hong Kong dollar.
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For the most part, eating grass is nothing to worry about.
If you walk your cat, prevent him from eating grass away from home, as you don't know if it has been sprayed.
Patrons also claimed eating grass and following the ministry cured their illnesses.
After India conducted Pokhran test in 1974, we decided to eat grass but have the bomb and since then we are eating grass, Aitzaz was quoted by media as saying.
The deer may have been irradiated after eating grass polluted with radioactive matter spewed from the stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, the Tochigi officials say.
This may be an underestimate but it is worth noting that the same figures show 139 cases of equine grass sickness which is a peculiar and deadly condition which occurs in horses eating grass but almost never in horses fed only hay.
"It seems to like sitting in the sunshine eating grass. My main concern though is that because it is in a culvert, with 12ft high walls, it could be in danger once the heavy winter rains begin."
It would be unusual for your dog's bad breath to be linked to eating grass.
After Winner droned on about helping the war effort as a child by eating grass instead of salad, Sir Roger said: "At my school, we smoked grass."
Kellis was in "remarkably good shape" and sustained himself by eating grass and drinking river water, the sheriff's office said in a statement.
In the sense that the brave warrior has thrilled us so many times with his ability to stay on despite needing cajoling from miles out it's good that he will be able to live the rest of his days leisurely in a field, eating grass, apples, Polos and oats (or whatever it is they feed them these days).
The British Sunday Times reported yesterday that some children in the Strip have taken to eating grass with little else available for food.