The money we had, nothing but chump change
, we dug up,'' said Shirley's mother, Mildred.
Sure, $50 million is nothing to sneeze at, but in the context of nearly $2 billion, it's chump change
That's chump change
compared to what Arnold may bring to the table.
If the economists are right about the inflation rate, the DWP cost-of-living allowance will make the pay raises look like chump change
Those nighttime presents are chump change
compared with what St.
We're not about to pretend that PS66,900 is chump change
in any regard but that sum looks good value when compared to, say, an Aston Martin V8 Vantage which will set you back around PS20,000 more for a car that's nowhere near as sharp to drive.
Abercombie & Fitich, the clothing store, did not lose, well, its shirt when it lost the case - $20,000 is chump change
as the price to pay for a reminder that, in America, that nation of nations, where literally everyone belongs to a minority community, discrimination against individuals, based on religion or ethnic origins, is not tolerated.
What the Texas Legislature calls tax relief looks like chump change
when you break it down, raising this question: How much do taxes have to be cut to turn the heads of Texas voters?
Between $50 and $60 million is far from chump change
but might not be worth the effort of roughly 26,500 organizations.
More than a billion pounds has rolled into the Treasury's coffers - not chump change
by anyone's standards.
Dan Fante is the author of the memoir Fante, the novels 86'd, Chump Change
, Mooch, and Spitting Off Tall Buildings, and several books of poetry, short stories, and plays.
But for a man whose net worth is estimated at $180 million , all these costs that seem extravagant to us are just chump change
, we suppose.
6m won't deter anyone from copying Apple's work - if $2bn is chump change
According to Tech Crunch, Blackberry saw revenue drop from 64 percent from 2013 levels to 976 million dollars and this 423 million dollars loss is chump change
compared to the 4.
Harvard economist and Cato Institute senior fellow Jeffrey Miron wrote a rigorous one estimating that legalization could generate nearly $10 billion in tax revenue a year--not chump change
, but insufficient to sway the debate.