Bear

Large squared off stone used with sand for scraping clean wooden decks.
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bear

[n] - an investor with a pessimistic market outlook 2. [n] - massive plantigrade carnivorous or omnivorous mammals with long shaggy coats and strong claws 3. [v] - have 4. [v] - have rightfully 5. [v] - take on as one`s own the expenses or debts of another person 6. [v] - bring forth, `The apple tree bore delicious apples...
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Bear

• (v. t.) To gain or win. • (n.) Metaphorically: A brutal, coarse, or morose person. • (v. t.) To manage, wield, or direct. • (v. t.) To render or give; to bring forward. • (v. i.) To have a certain meaning, intent, or effect. • (v. i.) To endure with patience; to be patient. • (v. i.) To relate or refer; -- with ...
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bear

noun massive plantigrade carnivorous or omnivorous mammals with long shaggy coats and strong claws
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bear

(business) In business, a financial trader who believes the market is going to fall. Such negative sentiments are said to be bearish. A bear is the opposite of a bull. In a bear market, prices fall and bears prosper
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bear

(zoology) Click images to enlargeLarge mammal with a heavily built body, short powerful limbs, and a very short tail. Bears breed once a year, producing one to four cubs. In northern regions they hibernate, and the young are born in the w...
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Bear

[barony] Bear (or Bere; Béarra) is the westernmost barony in County Cork in Ireland. It comprises the western tip and southern part of the eponymous Beara peninsula, the north of which is part of the County Kerry barony of Glanarought. The barony of Bear is bounded by Glanarought to the north, the Cork barony of Bantry to the north-east, B...
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Bear

[gay culture] In the late `70s and early `80s a small movement was started by gay and bisexual men who felt disenfranchised from mainstream gay culture because of their preference for partners, who like them, embodied the rugged masculinity of an ordinary working man. These pioneering bears were devoid of the trappings of other gay sub genr...
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Bear

[nickname] People nicknamed Bear or the Bear include: ...
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Bear

[Night Watch] http://www.musicals101.com/usafter.htm Photo from The Quaker Girl 1911 ...
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bear

[Verb] Plural form: bears. To carry something.
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Bear

Bear (bēr) noun A bier. [ Obsolete] Spenser.
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Bear

Bear (bâr) noun [ Middle English bere , Anglo-Saxon bera ; akin to Dutch beer , Old High German bero , pero , German bär , Icelandic & Swedish björn , and possibly to Latin fera wild beast, Greek fh`r beast, Sanskrit bhalla
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Bear

Bear (bâr) transitive verb [ imperfect Bore (bōr) (formerly Bare (bâr)); past participle Born (bôrn), Borne (bōr); present participle & verbal noun Bearing .] [ Middle Engli...
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Bear

Bear intransitive verb 1. To produce, as fruit; to be fruitful, in opposition to barrenness. « This age to blossom, and the next to bear . Dryden. » 2. To suffer, as in carrying a burden. « But man is born to bear . Pope. » ...
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Bear

Bear transitive verb (Stock Exchange) To endeavor to depress the price of, or prices in; as, to bear a railroad stock; to bear the market.
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bear

1. To produce, as fruit; to be fruitful, in opposition to barrenness. 'This age to blossom, and the next to bear.' (Dryden) ... 2. To suffer, as in carrying a burden. 'But man is born to bear.' (Pope) ... 3. To endure with patience; to be patient. 'I can not, can not bear.' (Dryden) ... 4. To press; with on or upon, or against. 'These men bear hard...
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Bear

A bear is an analyst, trader or investor who thinks the price of a financial asset will fall. The term 'bearish' refers to this attitude of expecting a drop in market value. It also means a downward price trend or 'downtrend'. A falling price over time is a 'bear market'.
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Bear

a kind of barley.
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Bear

A large, partly carnivorous quadruped found in America, the Arctic, and in Europe. Bear steaks should be cooked like beef, except that they are generally marinated for a couple of days in oil and vinegar or wine to help tenderize the meat.
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bear

a tower similar to the belfry
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Bear

An investor who believes a stock or the overall market will decline. A bear market is a prolonged period of falling stock prices, usually by 20% or more. Related: bull.
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Bear

An investor who believes a stock or the overall market will decline. A bear market is a prolonged period of falling stock prices, usually by 20% or more. Related: bull.
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Bear

An investor who believes a stock or the overall market will decline. A bear market is a prolonged pe
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Bear

An investor who believes share prices are going to fall. He therefore sells shares, sometimes... <a target=_blank href='http://www.finance-glossary.com/terms/bear.htm?id=130&ginPtrCode=00000&PopupMode=false' title='Read full definition of bear'>more</a>
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