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boodle

(ˈbudlæ)
n. loot; the proceeds from a crime. (Underworld.) All of the boodle was recovered in a suitcase.
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Titled The Million Pound Necklace: Inside Boodles, the programme will be an hour long and will air at 8pm on Channel 4.
Boodle Hatfield, a leading law firm, will occupy the ninth and tenth floors and join UBM plc who leased 105,648 sq.
Promotions like this really show the breadth of Boodle and how the service can be used to help brands interact with consumers in a meaningful way," said Terry Shirley, vice president of consumer-packaged good sales at Consumer Networks.
A spokesman for Boodle Hatfield, which acted for Mr Andrew Parker Bowles when he divorced his wife Camilla, the Prince of Wales's companion, said the top law firm had no comment to make about its cash claim, which remains unpaid.
Consumer Network's Boodle service provides newspapers with printable coupons from national brands and local retailers to feature on their websites.
England ace Wayne snapped up a fabulous diamond necklace at the Manchester branch of top jewellers Boodle & Dunthorne last week.
So, there I am, on the train, with my cousin Boodle, and this sturdy-looking middle-aged woman gets on and sits across from us and we turn to one another and simultaneously mouth the word 'wig'.
The row over the bill for six months' work by London solicitors Boodle Hatfield hit Mr Major, 55, as he arrived back in London from Washington, yesterday.
Charles had no idea how the bill from London solicitors Boodle Hatfield was mounting until Mr Major sent him the final invoice earlier this month.
To help consumers tackle a game day menu that won't defeat their budget, Boodle names the top Super Bowl party essentials -- each with valuable coupons found at Boodle.
Founded almost 300 years ago, Boodle and Hatfield represents mainly super-rich Brits and overseas families, particularly from the Far East.
Provider of Printable Coupon Solutions Powers Savings for More Than 500 Media and Lifestyle Sites in the Boodle Network
Now that the vast majority of grocery retailers accept online coupons, Boodle encourages consumers to check out the Internet for valuable offers before checking out at the grocery store this holiday season.
One of 20 prizes produced by jewellers Boodle & Dunthorne, the 16-inch bowl displays a horse-jumping-a-fence motif, a theme carried through all the trophies.
iWon joins more than 500 media and lifestyle sites that currently feature Boodle grocery coupons on their Web counterparts, signifying the growing presence of printable coupons on the Internet.