pots of money

pots of money

A very large amount of money. We've never had pots of money to work with, but we've learned to stretch our budgets in very efficient ways.
See also: money, of, pot
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These accounts of pots of money and Spanish treasures, buried here and there and everywhere about the rocks and bays of these wild shores, made him almost dizzy.
IF ANY part of the UK can make pots of money out of golf it should be Northern Ireland.
The council will no doubt come up with the excuse they are different pots of money and that they can't use them for services.
Times are tough" The Countess of Lindsay, who is marketing furry thongs for a living and who says it is a misconception to think that if you have a grand title, you have a large estate and pots of money "We always joke that you'd get less time for murder but, in all honesty, we'd like to thank all the Quo fans all over the world who have sustained us on what has been an amazing ride" Status Quo guitarist Rick Parfitt after the band released its 100th single
But former Welsh Guardsman Simon Weston: to be especially pots of Mr Weston, says on tonight's programme: "There needs to be better checks especially round when there's large pots of money available - and people are claiming to help people and certainly around mental health; mental health is such a fragile and delicate world to go into - that only the professionals should ever be allowed to get into itonly people who have been trained.
What they were up to was collecting enormous pots of money they could invest in the casino of international finance.
And like a conjuror he found pots of money to pour into private projects while blitzing public services and their unions, facing a tiny pay rise on top of the raid on their pensions.
Homes from Hell (ITV1, 9pm) MUCH as we'd all like to be kind and decent people, it's often hard to have too much sympathy for people with pots of money who head off to sun-kissed distant shores to live an idyllic life.
He may be worth pots of money but it seems our Paul likes to do the dirty jobs himself and has been spotted regularly up his ladder painting his art deco home this week.
She plays Jess, a high-flyer in the world of investment banking, who loves the thrill of doing a great deal and earning pots of money, even if it involves working long hours.
Mr King said the comments made by Caroline Baldwin were unrealistic, as the Tourist Board did not have bottomless pots of money to promote every airline operating out of Liverpool.
HEALTH-giving honey is making pots of money as we forsake more traditional breakfast favourites jam and marmalade.
He should know that there are two different pots of money involved that can't be switched.
Acting chief executive Roger Draper, who has taken over the reins after David Moffett left to join the Welsh Rugby Union, said: 'From a funding point of view, there's no point having an Olympic Games bid if all you are doing is raiding existing pots of money for sport, be it grass-roots sport, coaching or club development.