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a lot of moola

A large amount of money. While its origin is unknown, moola (or moolah) as a slang term for money has been in use in the U.S. since the early 1900s. Primarily heard in US. They sure have a whole lot of moola after winning the lottery last week.
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Moola also failed to disclose the finance charges in terms of pesos and centavos and the percentage that the finance charge bears to the total amount to be financed.
"But something else happened in 1962," said Moola, who is with the David Suzuki Foundation and is a professor at both York University and the University of Toronto.
"Dr Clint Le Bruyns was on-board a standby vessel, while Ismail Moola provided logistical support for three boats and 50 crew and passengers," NC4P said in a statement.
"Moola Bulla station is the first report we ve heard where a farmer feels he has to kill his cattle and it is not something we can condone, but we sympathise," spokeswoman Ruth Redfern said.
The book's glossary defines traditional left-brain business terms and gives them new right-brain names used in the book; for example, the financial plan is a moola map, and the mission statement is a passion and purpose proclamation.
Earlier this year, Citi also appointed Imraan Moola, formerly at Credit Suisse, as head of CEEMEA equity derivatives.
The co-op's farmers plus Moola the cow will be giving milking and butter-making demos at the four-day event at Earl's Court, from May 7.
The chanting of Sanskrit Moola Mantra added a hypnotic effect as the dancers' twirling movement shed new light on the relationship between the macro and mirco.
According to Pluckett, Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper said in an interview, "In the last four weeks, our rate of fundraising is between two and three times what it was," adding that "the (Invesco) fundraising will be done by Friday." The mayor said he credits Obama's big move to the 76,000-seat football stadium for generating excitement and shoring up moola.
What will be the implication(s) of these lawsuits, including their impact on healthcare costs as the good doctor's insurers possibly fork over tons of moola to his wronged patients?
If she didn't do it for the moola, then we can safely assume she'll be donating her payout to charity.
Or, you may have just busted your piggy bank and discovered you have enough moola to make a dream come true.
Most slang dictionaries are no better than momgrams [postcards sent home at start of Marine Corps basic training] or a rub of the brush [bar drinks made out of leftovers], put together by shmegegges [incompetents] looking to make some moola. The New Partridge Dictionary, on the other hand, is the wee babes [expression of appreciation].
I was into a good non-caffeine groove a while back when I decided to try the Eight O'Clock brand to save some moola, looking for an alternative to the Starbucks House Blend Decaf.
Amid all the celebrity hoopla and Hollywood moola, it's going to be tough for smaller 'art pics to get any kind of attention.