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bankroll

1. noun The ready and available money of a person, group, or organization. The company's large bankroll ensures they have the means to pay for any legal challenge they may face.
2. verb To finance or put up money for someone or something, as for a business endeavor. My wealthy uncle has generously offered to bankroll my independent film.

bankroll

1. n. a roll or wad of currency; one’s cash assets. Don’t show that bankroll around here!
2. tv. to finance something. We were hoping to find somebody who would bankroll the project.
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Most cannot, and it creates situations that can absolutely cripple a healthy bankroll.
Bubble Protection is the provider of bankroll management technology offered to the online poker community.
Eriksson, 62, joined the League Two club as director of football last July, but quit his post last night when it became clear the Magpies couldn't raise the millions required to bankroll their ambitions.
Then the supervisors - the five people responsible for taking care of the public's money - met in secret and decided to bankroll the politicians' lawsuits.
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Though studio executives were usually loath to bankroll his films, A-list actors continued to clamor to work in them for fractions of their fees, lured by the creative freedom he accorded them.
4 billion from the investing public through the common stock and zero-coupon convertible debenture offering and in order to use the proceeds thereof to bankroll the acquisition by the Company, as described below.
But when tax dollars are being used to finance or bankroll the construction and operation of entertainment services such as a cable TV system, the public should have the right to be heard on the matter.
Workers' compensation was created to help those legitimately injured on the job, not to bankroll luxury retirement on dubious grounds.
The UK offers a relatively untapped market, with lots of young companies and not enough venture capitalists to bankroll them, yet New England has not yet effectively marketed itself as one of this country's leading sources for high tech expertise and venture capital," said J.
GRAHAM TAYLOR leads Watford back into the First Division this afternoon with chairman Sir Elton John warning him: "I won't bankroll the club again.
The first driver in harness racing history to pass the $100 million dollar mark in career earnings, he closed the 1998 season with a lifetime bankroll of over $166 million.
And because political favors and lucrative deals are readily sold in City Hall, unions, developers and other special interests gladly bankroll the campaigns of the well-connected.
The best part is that viewers actually have a chance to acquire this object -- if they have a million-dollar bankroll.