heavy money

heavy money

verb
See also: heavy, money
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A personnel on the condition of anonymity told that police personnel released the accused involved in minor crimes arrested during the rangers raids after receiving heavy money from them.
The next president, she observed should abolish the system of spending heavy money on wedding ceremonies.
Therefore, "line up on the roof" (meaning committing suicide due to heavy money loss) has become a catchword on the Internet in China in the year 2014.
Almost every agency those days was facing similar law & order problems and the absconders were emptying heavy money bags for local miscreants which was used to rule the streets of towns in FATA.
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The speakers said, Pakistan can not only meet its own requirements but also earn heavy money from exporting agricultural and livestock value-added products.
The Western Mail reported yesterday how bookmakers' odds on Speed becoming John Toshack's successor had plummeted from 40-1 to just 2-1 in the space of just a few hours after heavy money was placed on him getting the Welsh post.
The week begins with some light chatter over heavy money or career matters, something you shouldn't assume is a sure fire thing, the lightness of talk belies the seriousness of getting it wrong Aries; be accommodating.
In his article, Perng charges that over 20 foreign institutions are heavy money speculators, accounting for 40% of the total inward and outward remittances of all foreign institutional investors in Taiwan.
Rookie trainer Dave Simcock's three-year-old looked chucked in at the weights and heavy money forced him down to 9-2 jolly.
Despite failing to do the business the previous season, Declan Kidney brought a new lease of life to Ireland and punters got on the Irish team early with heavy money.
We laid him to heavy money at 7-2 when he was 2-0 down and it rapidly turned into a nightmare as the Russian capitulated.
Even in recent times children have been warned not to pass that way after dark for fear of being clouted with a heavy money bag.
We don't like heavy money weighing down our pockets and purses.
Heavy money has been wagered on Martin O'Neill, Claudio Ranieri and most recently, Glenn Hoddle, to succeed the axed Graeme Souness.