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money-spinner

A lucrative business or product. Primarily heard in UK, Australia. That mobile dating app has proved to be a real money-spinner for the developer—it's making them more money than anything else they've launched before.
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The fans will feel the clubs are selling their soul but if it's a money-spinner they'll vote for it.
The fiancee of football star Wayne Rooney, who is becoming something of a money-spinner in her own right, was at The Perfume Shop at the MetroCentre at the weekend, meeting and greeting North East folk while she flogged bottles of her new scent.
There proved a real may well be another money-spinner concert like the Elton at New Road John one but it depends who is available to do it.
Since then, it has created the money-spinner Pop Idol, the most successful TV format in entertainment history
It is the latest money-spinner from Friends Reunited, which was launched four years ago by husband and wife Steve and Julie Pankhurst.
And if similar animal antics at Christmas are anything to go by, it could be a money-spinner.
Several thousand people turned up at the park east of Paris, built in the hopes of turning debt-laden Euro Disney into a money-spinner after years of financial anxiety.
The cable and satellite segment is another money-spinner for service carriers.
We could demolish Dunstanburgh Castle to provide the stone for a road bridge link to the mainland - after all, why not have the island as a 24/7 money-spinner when wind farms only turn a fast buck on the back of subsidies.
The big money-spinner is the cheque you get from Sky for being in the Premier League.
The nine-year-old has proved a real money-spinner for owner-trainer John Wade, following victory in Doncaster's Grimthorpe Chase last March with a Scottish Grand National third at Ayr the following month.
CORONATION Street has got the whiff of a new money-spinner.
The pair - called Mandeville and Wenlock - should be a money-spinner.
After saying "women scorn jobless men", she says "[A woman] might be wiser in acquiring a sure-fire permanent money-spinner for herself - a science degree.
A finalist in the 2007 Blue Riband at Hall Green, Droopys Nelson won 20 of his 63 races accruing pounds 5,925 in win prize money, he proved a real money-spinner for his sporting connections wit a pounds 10 level stake on each of his races returning a profit of pounds 102.