mint money

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mint money

To earn a very large amount of money, especially by doing something very successfully. We'll be minting money if we can manage to secure a trading partner in China. I hear Sarah has minted money with sales from her latest novel.
See also: mint, money
References in classic literature ?
She makes Mint money, sir, and never stands Threepenn'orth Rum.
The JI chief said that in order to show their seriousness for ending corruption from the country the rulers would have to dissociate themselves from such elements in their party and the cabinet whose sole concern was to mint money.
Speaking at a joint press conference at Nishtar Medical Institute on Thursday, PMA chapter office bearers, Dr Shahid Rao, Dr Masood Hiraj and Dr Kashif Chishti alleged that the PMDC wanted to mint money through the programme.
They create wars to mint money and use the media to fan religious, sectarian or ethnic tensions.
Such an action has become imperative to discourage the tendency of rulers to oblige friends and to mint money disregarding all the rules and regulations.
BJP doesn't want honest party members; today it wants middlemen, contractors and all those who can mint money.
Google is perfectly primed to mint money in our increasingly mobile future as its Android operating system has become the global standard in mobile computing.
In a survey, Mint Money said that at least 13 banks this year have either increased or revised their service charges or have started charging fees for services that were previously free.
He may no longer be able to raise taxes, command his own army or mint money, but the Bishop of Durham is still one of the most powerful positions in the Church of England.
The government seems hapless even to end the act of demanding extortion by Sindh Provincial Minister for Food Nadir Magsi, who unlawfully has put ban on the wheat movement into Sindh province from other provinces, just to mint money.
A senior MCD official said, " Farmhouses mint money through commercial use.
CEO/former military man Stiles consulted the Constitution and discovered, to his surprise, that aside from authorizing Congress to regulate commerce and mint money, there was no reference to capitalism, corporations, or business at all.
Magazines that had never turned a nickel in the traditional market decided they could mint money in an online environment.
As we have pointed out, broadcasters should be required not just to charge reasonably, but to give free time to the candidates in exchange for the free licenses to mint money that the public confers on them.
10) The content of precious metal found in certain denominations was periodically altered, in order either to mint money more cheaply or increase the prestige of the English coin by refining its quality.