Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A name in Cornwall, England, for the fish Serranus cabrilla.
- n. Plural form of bull.
“He saw the plow that he was to yoke to the bulls; he saw the yoke of bronze near it; he saw the tracks of the bulls hooves.”
“True it was that young bulls, or those which were never baited before, showed reluctance to be tied to the stake; but those bulls which, according to the language of the sport, were called _game bulls_, who were used to baiting, approached the stake, and stood there while preparing for the contest, with the utmost composure.”
“The wolves were now in the country of game, and though they still hunted in pack, they hunted more cautiously, cutting out heavy cows or crippled old bulls from the small moose-herds they ran across.”
“Roarin 'bulls an' big grizzly bears, that's what they are, when it comes to huggin 'in a clinch or swingin' rough-like in the rushes.”
“Female sea lions are called cows and male sea lions are called bulls," the voice went on.”
“Near-term bulls itching for continued upward momentum in DDs shares purchased approximately 2,100 calls at the August $41 strike for an average premium of $0.71 per contract.”
“We clearly have two market views, the long-term bulls are losing some faith, but the short-term bulls are more bullish," wrote Ahmad Abdallah, an energy analyst with Gave-Kal, in a recent research note.”
“Stock market investors are often characterized as bulls or bears.”
“Jeremy Sussman: We are both short- and long-term bulls on the coal space, and believe that ultimately we're going to see U.S. companies benefit, both directly and indirectly, from tightness in the global markets that we're seeing.”
“Near-term bulls expecting shares to continue to rebound picked up calls and sold out-of-the-money puts this morning.”
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Teams of the Major Leagues in the United States.
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