mazulla

mazuma

and mazulla (məˈzumə and məˈzulə)
n. money. (From Hebrew mezu via Yiddish.) She’s got more mazuma than she knows what to do with. I won some mazulla on the horses and lost it all playing poker.

mazulla

verb
See mazuma
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helping to reduce traffic congestion, air and noise pollution, and energy consumption) because individual transport would be used less (Eboli and Mazulla, 2007).
This would resolve many problems such as helping to reduce traffic congestion, air and noise pollution, and energy consumption because individual transport would be used lesser (Eboli and Mazulla, 2007).
Mazulla was formerly an Assistant Attorney General, responsible for environmental and land management litigation on behalf of the federal government.