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money maker

1. Something that is financially profitable Our company is in a great position these days—our latest software release has been a huge money maker. I can't believe that simple product has been such a big money maker.
2. slang One's buttocks. Often used in the phrase "shake your money maker." I love to go dancing and shake my money maker! Time to hit the gym and tone the money maker!
See also: maker, money
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As Detective Sherlock was hanging up the phone, Anita Moneymaker walked swiftly into the room.
It was an opportunity for them to spend some quality time with Moneymaker and talk about poker.
The 1st and 2nd place winners at each table during the Satellite Tournaments (or every ten players) will receive a $200 seat into the $15,750 Multi-Table Tournament Main Event with Chris Moneymaker. No cash prizes will be awarded.
Moneymaker was joined at the final table by nine lucky participants who won a satellite during the previous days tournaments.
Erie, PA, September 23, 2011 --(PR.com)-- Poker legend Chris Moneymaker will be at Presque Isle Downs and Casino Oct.
According to Billboard's Top 40 Moneymakers list, Bono and his band made $109million (pounds 71million) from record sales, touring and royalties.
Most of these Dealers' Picks are truly new for 2009, but tucked among the new products are a few tried-and-true moneymakers. Here are the products that grabbed the attention of dealers at the SHOT Show.
They also were asked to name the Stars of Tomorrow for 2003 -one actor and one actress who they feel will be top moneymakers in the years to come.
The in-store computers are not necessarily moneymakers for the convenience stores, however.
The authors, most of whom were already moneymakers for Simon and Schuster, expressed satisfaction that the mass-market opportunity allows them to compete with the most commercial authors today in high-visibility displays at newsstands, airports and large stores.
This analysis fits Walsch's book perfectly...which means it likely applies as well to Books Two, Three and how many other moneymakers Walsch churns out...ad infinitum and ad nauseam.
The company is one of the best moneymakers in the business and is led by a president with vision, brains, guts and character.
But only two actors who have received Oscar nominations this year - Jack Nicholson and Robin Williams - have made it into the top ten list of movie moneymakers for 1997.
At the same time, the authors describe ecological conservation efforts run by governments but conceived as moneymakers. They explain how New York City, to guarantee clean running water, chose to buy undeveloped land north of the city instead of constructing a new and expensive treatment plant.
The Irish quartet led the pack of Rolling Stone magazine's 50 biggest moneymakers of last year.