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megabucks

n. a lot of money; big bucks. (see also kilobucks.) A stereo that size must cost megabucks.
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Mr Ed Rogich, vice president of Megabucks maker International Game Technology, said: "Right now she's trying to gather her thoughts and discuss things with her family.
Domzalski will attempt to become the first two-time champion of the classic when the megabuck tournament is held October 23-29 at Sam's Town.
Approximately 2,000 metres in six to eight holes is contemplated within the Megabuck Zone to further expand the mineralized zone.
Because you don't have the pressure to bring in megabucks - and have more freedom to simply concern yourself with the story.
OK, I'm slightly moved by all these megabucks rock stars raising cash for Africa's starving.
FRANK DE BOER was last night reunited with twin Ronald after clinching a megabucks one-year deal with Qatar club Al-Rayyan.
Visitors to the airport can now bet on the state's games, including Instant, Numbers, Megabucks, Mass Cash, Mass Millions and BIG Game Tickets, at the new 24-hour Hudson newsstand in the airport's Terminal E.
For instance, assume that at a Friday lunch, a couple sitting in a restaurant overhear two unknown persons discussing that two large brokerage houses are going to issue a "strong buy" recommendation for Megabucks Inc.
Megabucks IV was scripted, shot, edited, and produced by the Mossy Oak Hunting The Country television team.
Gates made his megabucks pledge at the forum in Davos, Switzerland, to "spur the global effort".
Or maybe people who have invested megabucks in their important status icons--a BMW or Lexus--don't want to defile their fancy runabouts with things so pedestrian.
Huge quantities of physical, mental and economic resources are poured into a quadrennial orgy of chauvinism and international good fellowship, gluttony and athleticism, ferocious competition and generous sportsmanship, all conducted to the deep, insistent beat of the megabucks of international television companies.
Shame on this metropolis of megabucks for not providing an orchestra for all its performances.
Darwin's matchless perceptions and ability to make connections operated magnificently without megabucks.
Years later, the same group ponied up megabucks to acquire a Bel Air estate for the Reagans' retirement.