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mazuma

and mazulla (məˈzumə and məˈzulə)
n. money. (From Hebrew mezu via Yiddish.) She’s got more mazuma than she knows what to do with. I won some mazulla on the horses and lost it all playing poker.
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Scott Finlinson, Mazuma s General Counsel, enjoyed working with the client.
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Taip panoptikumo inamiai tampa ta nekomunikatyvia skriaudziamuju mazuma, kurios saskaita yra didinama likusiuju visuomenes nariu, sudaranciu jos komunikatyviaja dauguma, laime ir nauda.
com)-- Mazuma Capital, a leading national direct lender, today announced that it has funded over $12.
Jei labai salygiskai susietumeme tautiskuma su konfesiskumu, reiketu manyti, kad pagal Brauno atlaso medziaga Vilnius daugiausia buvo apgyvendintas lietuviu ir lenku, o rutenai (staciatikiai) sudare mazuma.
In 1998, Bearforest Stud sent its Mazaad mare Mazuma to be covered by Anshan, the result of which was Asian Maze, who developed into one of the best jump mares of the decade.
The popularity of bread, first used in the 1930s, and lolly from the 1940s have endured, but the 1920s slang lettuce, to describe green notes, and mazuma from the 1900s have slipped out of popular usage.
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