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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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I doff my tartan cap to the SJFA for getting the ball rolling but without England it's like that cheap tammy - a nice try but not the real deal.
Getting the ball rolling will be the filming of comedy On Borrowed Time on September 16 in Dubai.
"What we have at Blaydon we make the best job of and I have to thank all the dedicated coaches and helpers at the club whose input helps to produce a huge team spirit and I think that showed through greatly at Middlesbrough.'' Craig is now taking a break from athletics for a few weeks before getting the ball rolling for next year's Blaydon Race.
Not to mention his dad getting the ball rolling with some unsavoury speculation over who his son should join next.
Getting the ball rolling Meant to motivate a team to start work on a project immediately, this overused idiom generally has the opposite effect.
Getting the ball rolling: Meant to motivate a team to start work on a project immediately, this overused idiom generally has the opposite effect.
Sherie Grillon, one such entrepreneur, owner of the Massachusetts-based Nola's Fresh Foods LLC, told NH Business Review she credits a CWE intro course with getting the ball rolling for her business.
And just a week after getting the ball rolling, more than PS5,000 has been donated - meaning they have been able to book the holiday.
As pediatricians, we have such an opportunity to help the parents initiate these important conversations by modeling and getting the ball rolling during the well-child visit.
Let's discuss the benefits of keeping the ball closer to the ground and getting the ball rolling earlier in the shot.
I applaud First Lady Michelle Obama's "Let's Move" child obesity program for getting the ball rolling again.