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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 might add that To Keep the Ball Rolling is rather indifferently written, full of lazy segues and tepid formulations, and that it seems prompted by nothing stronger than a vague sense that an English man of letters, having reached a certain age and distinction, should, after all, produce his memoirs.
But what could help keep the ball rolling is broadband.
"The person who does something good for the environment should get the credit because that's the market incentive to keep the ball rolling," he says.
Powell's four volumes of memoirs, Infants of the Spring (1977), Messengers of the Day (1978), Faces in My Time (1980), and The Strangers All Are Gone (1982), were published under the collective title To Keep the Ball Rolling. In 1983 O, How the Wheel Becomes It!
I have an image in my mind of ha Sb Stuart saying, 'Keep the ball rolling, Dad'."
"We've got cup fixtures and playoff meetings coming up and it's important we keep the ball rolling and keep that momentum and confidence flowing going into those!" Tomorrow, the Brummies will operate rider replacement for injured No.
We want to keep the ball rolling, said Global coach Leigh Manson.
Roger Varian has his team in rare form and the four-year-old is expected to keep the ball rolling.
We're looking forward to him and hopefully he can keep the ball rolling.
"It would be great to keep the ball rolling because we are in a tough couple of weeks with the T20 quarter-final, a lot of one-dayers and then back into the championship.
Now, backed by its previous successes in the annual fundraising campaign, the team hopes to keep the ball rolling by exchanging tokens for cash to purchase footballs and training aids.
But it's the personalities within the group which keep the ball rolling while constantly threatening to blow it apart.