Ka-ching!


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Ka-ching!

verb
See Ching!
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Fortunately, nothing is impossible with the help of ka-ching! Dipping into GC's bottomless well of moolah, CD is now transformed.
and Ka-CHING!, two great songs to warm up the crowd for the five-hour concert held at Autism Rocks Arena.
Ka-ching! She opens her book, clears throat girlishly, sips water from a glass goblet and reads to us behind the redwood podium: 12 minutes describing a man's face on the city bus.
Ka-Ching! Another eight bits into the newspaper vending machine.
Australia has one of the largest number of poker machines per capita and Ka-Ching! The Rise and Rise of the Pokies explores Australia s passion for this gambling device.
Her other books include Ka-Ching! (Pittsburgh, 2009), Two and Two
Ka-ching! 2,280 calories and 83 grams of fat -- more of both than you should have in a day.
Ka-ching! The cash register may be on its final sale.
KA-CHING! BEST INDEPENDENT DISCOUNT DOLLAR STORE IN THE USA.
San Diego, CA, February 01, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Furthering momentum around its Ka-Ching! Got A Sale[TM], and Ultimate Alerts[TM], imsono, a leading provider of email and text alerts for Android phones, today announced enhancements to its solution set.
Obituaries will talk about the person's life, but not name him or her until - ka-ching! - the end.
Denise is as funny in person as she is on the page, and her new collection, Ka-Ching!, shows that she continues to be an incisive commentator on contemporary American culture as well.
By Barbara DemickSHAOSHAN, ChinaAuYou canAAEt help but wonder whether Mao Zedong would be rolling over in his mausoleum if he could hear the ka-ching! Of cash registers ringing up the amazing array of tchotchkes, from snow globes to glow-in-the-dark figurines, sold with his likeness.Or if the founder of Communist China, who fretted about Aothe serious tendency toward capitalism among the well-to-do peasants,Ao could hear this blithe assertion by a visitor here: AoI think that what Chairman Mao really intended was for Chinese people to get rich.AoA wave of Mao nostalgia is sweeping through China, and it crests here in his birthplace, the village of Shaoshan (pop.
Denise Duhamel, Ka-Ching!, U of Pittsburgh P, 2009.
The program was named "Ka-Ching!" and was promoted as "The New Way To Get Money," and in some cases as "The Better Way To Get Money." Graphic treatment was kept informal to convey a light-hearted feeling to the program.