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bankroll

1. noun The ready and available money of a person, group, or organization. The company's large bankroll ensures they have the means to pay for any legal challenge they may face.
2. verb To finance or put up money for someone or something, as for a business endeavor. My wealthy uncle has generously offered to bankroll my independent film.

bankroll

1. n. a roll or wad of currency; one’s cash assets. Don’t show that bankroll around here!
2. tv. to finance something. We were hoping to find somebody who would bankroll the project.
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BankRoll has become part of the KorePartner ecosystem, a group of selected broker-dealers, secondary market platforms, capital markets platforms, lawyers, compliance, investor relations, accounting and marketing firms that support the KoreConX security token protocol and adhere to KoreConX governance standards.
The CasinoCoin Bankroll Manager will be available for customers to download towards the end of Q2 2018.
When Israeli officials implore American (mis)leaders to bomb Iran and even to effect "regime change" to stop its unproved nuclear weapons programme, threatening to do it themselves if the US government won't, that's the American people's business - at least as long as they are compelled to bankroll militarism and suffer the "blowback" such an action would produce.
Third place in the Bankroll Competition went to Monash BPP (Monash University, Australia).
After all, many Americans have bankrolled IRA terrorists for decades.
The ATO decision leaves Fox on the hook for the entire $53 million production budget; investors who had agreed to bankroll the pic did so on condition the film would be granted a 10B ruling.
Starting out: You have dedicated $1,000 toward your first poker bankroll and hope to turn it into much more.
Nothing will shatter the confidence of an upand-coming poker star more than being outplayed, outmanoeuvred and beaten at limits their bankroll can't support.
It is no good putting billions of pounds into the banks to bankroll speculators if we do not have a plan for manufacturing and a plan for jobs.
Left out of this budget is any appropriation for the war in Iraq or a set-aside to bankroll the president's privatization of Social Security, while tax cuts that have turned historic surpluses into record deficits are being written off as "cost neutral." This budget whistles past the national health care crisis as if the 45 million people without access to decent medical care were a statistical irrelevancy instead of a social meltdown.
Having helped bankroll his two gubernatorial campaigns and his unsuccessful congressional race, Enron et al.
A criminal is someone who doesn't have a bankroll or a private attorney to represent them.
He has given more than PS3million of his PS120million fortune to the Tories and helped bankroll Boris Johnson to be London mayor.
For Casey to recommend our revolutionary bankroll management tool to his students takes a lot of confidence.
Playing above your bankroll Bankroll management is one of the most important skills in poker.