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Cracker

A slang term in Hong Kong for $10,000. See also: Hong Kong dollar, Big cracker.
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He tweeted, "This was a real show in Japan about a Samurai who refused to kill a cat he was hired to kill.
According to De Leon, the government can do a benchmark issue of between $500 million and $700 million in samurai bonds, a portion of which can also be used to finance the budget.
The katana was worn thrust through a belt-like sash with the sharpened edge facing up so Samurai could draw the sword and strike the enemy in a single motion.
Delivering a narrative verdict, Gwent senior coroner David Bowen told the Newport inquest: "He had a collection of samurai swords which he sent to a specialist in London that had been returned days before he was found dead.
The romantic drama is restrained, as it gently challenges gender roles, places a traditional samurai in the kitchen to fight a different battle during peace, and remains centred through it all on the mismatched young couple.
The proceeds of the Samurai bonds will be used by Exim Bank to fund Indian project exports to Sri Lanka for financing railway projects in Sri Lanka.
In the semi-finals, Wailers had seen off the Fijian might of the British Army 28-21 while Samurai had dispatched Scottish Thistles 31-10.
It follows the story of 47 masterless samurais who seek justice, retribution and restoration of their honor, which was unceremoniously taken from them by a daimyo (head of a ruling rival clan) that resulted in the death of their master, Lord Asano.
The gradual support for the Mexican Government's Samurai bonds issuance will contribute to maintaining and increasing the presence of Mexican sovereign bonds in the Tokyo bond market.
SAMURAI were well-educated, upper-class warriors closely tied to the nobility.
The Samurai bonds, or yen bonds sold in Japan by foreign issuers, will be placed in the second half of May in denominations of at least JPY100,000 (USD1,245/EUR947).
These young heroes must master the mystical and ancient Samurai symbols of power, which give them control over the elements of fire, water, sky, forest and earth.