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ready money

Cash funds that are immediately at hand to spend. I hear he has expensive taste, so if you're going to date him, be sure you've got plenty of ready money. Good thing his wife's family has plenty of ready money. I don't know how they could afford to raise a child otherwise.
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Gramm has probably lived to regret his eyebrow-raising remark to supporters at the glittering Dallas dinner: "Thanks to you, I have the most reliable friend you can have in American politics, and that's ready money.
I once saw Jeanne Moreau, Micheal Piccoli, Delphine Seyrig and Gerard Depardieu in Peter Handke's The Ride Across Lake Constance, but I don't need a fact-checker to confirm my guess that none of them ever attempted to take on Brecht, not even for ready money.
The country had a supply of ready money, saved from the days when nothing could be bought, and a new carefree desire to spend it.
This is a solid step which shall abolish the system of clearing payments and provide an opportunity for payment to utility providers with ready money to ensure targeted use of the resource.
In the unlikely event that you'll be handing over ready money for this car it'll cost you around [euro]30,000.
They were also taking steps to ensure banks can get ready money in any currency if market conditions warrant.
The clerk to the company told the Privy Council in 1800 that "we have an advantage over the baker by buying with ready money and by not giving credit for what we sell.
It goes without saying that the consequences of running out of ready money are potentially catastrophic.
Soon you'll find that sharing your talent doesn't only provide a stream of ready money, you get the added bonus of meeting new friends and honing your own skills at the same time.
He was not allowed to buy his sand and cement, not even for ready money.
READY MONEY Angela Toner of Baker Tilly says funds can be found.
She has said that in recent months he had become dirty and unkempt, and had so little ready money he could not even afford balloons to mark Paris's birthday - adding that Katherine phoned her the day after his death to ask where money was hidden in his house.
Maybe it's because I grew up with very little in the way of ready money, or maybe it's the fact that in South Africa, where I grew up, it was much more important that clothing was cool (in the temperature sense of the word) than fashionable.
Catering giant Compass, whose subsidiary Letheby & Christopher operates on several major British courses, has swapped ready money over the counter for a plastic top-up card in all parts of the Coventry stadium except the away end.