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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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He said: 'I had a frank exchange of views with Andrew Evans in connection with children playing ball in the street.
He suggests analyzing your political strengths, playing ball across political aisles, understanding who is interested in your issue, heeding the arguments of opponents, and being patient and at the same time hurrying.
Venezuela is the third largest oil supplier to the United States, and Chavez was not playing ball. He was making it harder for U.S.
He then speaks about his early years playing ball and trying to develop the talent to match his size.
Thinh Pham was playing ball with children in his Dallas neighborhood when four men attacked him, knocking out four of his front teeth.
I had to learn to be tough, especially after getting the hell beat out of me playing ball in college."
"We have a different way of playing ball," the National MS Society's 1994 MS Father of the Year explained.
Even when outside groups come for something like a carol sing, children are encouraged to begin interacting with residents by playing ball and working puzzles.