mint money

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mint money

To earn a very large amount of money, especially by doing something very successfully. We'll be minting money if we can manage to secure a trading partner in China. I hear Sarah has minted money with sales from her latest novel.
See also: mint, money
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She makes Mint money, sir, and never stands Threepenn'orth Rum.'
The Chairman NDMA while taking strict notice of such activities said, "These people could mint money from the masses by provoking their emotions in the name of charity for the affected." Therefore, he has requested the public not to deposit money in such a private accounts.
It was reveled that the teacher set up his kidnap drama to mint money from his family.
KARACHI -- The people all our the country will miss mango fruit in coming holy month of Ramazan due to climate change, giving chance to fruit sellers, particularly vendors, to mint money from other fruits by raising their prices sky-high, as authorities seem lethargic.
While speaking to this scribe, a few of the affected graduates voiced great concerns over the malpractice that continues in educational institutions, terming it a clear scam to mint money from jobless youths.
This move seems to be very funny and mean to mint money. Current status of the company PIA is same like a patient in ICU.
But many believe that the secret move has been made to provide opportunity to some to mint money under the excuse of FATF.
Ahmad Javed a father, said "We were hoping that the schools fall in line and stop selling books by private publishers and we are not going to keep quiet as schools continue to mint money from such practices, he added.
People alleged that the high-ups are also involved in corruption, adding that they do not visit the office and use the junior staff as agents or middlemen to mint money. They said that they protested against the staff's corruption and submitted complaints to the officers' concerned but in vain.
The news reports stating an over a thousand time increase in Ishaq Dar's wealth depicts another instance of unlawful practices politicians in Pakistan engage in to mint money off the country.
Kimutai alleged they are colluding with some officers of the Judiciary to mint money from the matatu sector.
"BJP doesn't want honest party members; today it wants middlemen, contractors and all those who can mint money. I demand that Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan should get his assets and possessions verified because only then the people would know the extent of corruption," he said while addressing a rally here ahead of the assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh.
Google is perfectly primed to mint money in our increasingly mobile future as its Android operating system has become the global standard in mobile computing.
In a survey, Mint Money said that at least 13 banks this year have either increased or revised their service charges or have started charging fees for services that were previously free.
The government seems hapless even to end the act of demanding extortion by Sindh Provincial Minister for Food Nadir Magsi, who unlawfully has put ban on the wheat movement into Sindh province from other provinces, just to mint money.