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ready money

Cash funds that are immediately at hand to spend. I hear he has expensive taste, so if you're going to date him, be sure you've got plenty of ready money. Good thing his wife's family has plenty of ready money. I don't know how they could afford to raise a child otherwise.
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57] The reason thereof is that these commodities cannot be sold at ready money in such quantities as are useful to the political community or wanted by the buyers.
Equity release schemes can translate bricks and mortar into ready money for the odd cruise - but beware as the financial freedom can turn into a debt nightmare
But the Murakami Fund did not have enough ready money at the time to raise its stake in Nippon Broadcasting to a level where it could put greater pressure on the radio firm's management, the sources said.
Unless you have access to ready money with no questions asked, however, you really do need to become eagle-eyed when it comes to your unit's budget.
There are three faithful friends--an old wife, an old dog, and ready money.
Charles Brown, for instance, combined the pursuit of ready money with efforts to liberate runaway slaves.
Postmortem inventories were intended to be about the whats and their how muches, and so they remained for the poor, the unpropertied, and those in service, whose inventories generally listed only ready money and apparel.
TURN the unwanted life policy that came with your first mortgage - and which is still costing you a few pounds a week - into ready money.
It was not a propitious time for a noble Spanish woman who spoke no English, had no ready money to support herself, and no clear sense of exactly what she was intending to do, to be reliant on the Jesuits, and two years passed before Carvajal was able to resolve any of those problems.
Gramm has probably lived to regret his eyebrow-raising remark to supporters at the glittering Dallas dinner: "Thanks to you, I have the most reliable friend you can have in American politics, and that's ready money.
In the unlikely event that you'll be handing over ready money for this car it'll cost you PS22,545.
They are also taking steps to ensure banks can get ready money in any currency if market conditions warrant.
The clerk to the company told the Privy Council in 1800 that "we have an advantage over the baker by buying with ready money and by not giving credit for what we sell.
It goes without saying that the consequences of running out of ready money are potentially catastrophic.
Soon you'll find that sharing your talent doesn't only provide a stream of ready money, you get the added bonus of meeting new friends and honing your own skills at the same time.