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  • 161 Inflate — can refer to: * Inflation, or price inflation, is a rise in the general level of prices of goods and services over time * Monetary inflation is a rise in the quantity of money in an economy * Cosmic inflation, the theory relating to the expansion …

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  • 162 1976 in Northern Ireland — Events* January 5 Kingsmill massacre: ten Protestant men killed in South Armagh, Northern Ireland, by members of the Provisional Irish Republican Army (IRA), using the cover name South Armagh Republican Action Force . * March 1 Merlyn Rees ends… …

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  • 163 Mount Carmel High School (Houston) — For other schools with the same name, see Mount Carmel High School (disambiguation). Mount Carmel High School Location Houston, Texas Information Type Private, Coeducational Motto zelo zelatvs sm p …

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  • 164 The Living Planet — Infobox nature documentary bgcolour = show name = The Living Planet caption = The Living Planet DVD cover picture format = 4:3 audio format = Stereo runtime = 50 minutes creator = developer = producer = executive producer = Richard Brock… …

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  • 165 Milton Friedman — Nacimiento 31 de julio de 1912 …

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  • 166 halfpenny — 1. noun /ˈheɪpəni,ˈheɪpni/ a) (plural: halfpennies) A discontinued British coin worth half of one penny (old or new). If you havent got a penny, / A hapenny will do, / If you havent got a hapenny, / Then God bless you. b) (plural: halfpence) An… …

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  • 167 Nora Balling — Nora Isabelle Balling Picture of a replica of the Nora necklace, which Balling gave to Thomas Anders after their marriage in 1985. Born July 31, 1964 (1964 07 31) (age 47) …

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  • 168 B-school — noun [countable] JOURNALISM another name for business school: • To find more and better MBA students, B schools have talked about the vast quantity of money their students are likely to earn upon graduation. * * * B school UK US noun [C] ► IN …

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  • 169 Грэмм, Филип — Уильям Филип «Фил» Грэмм William Philip «Phil» Gramm …

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  • 170 bundle — n 1. a large quantity of money or of something else desirable, such as narcotics ► I lost a bundle. 2. British a fight, brawl or rough and tumble. Used especially by schoolchil dren from the 1950s onwards, typically as a cry or chant to attract… …

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  • 171 goo-gobs — n American a large quantity of money, used in the phrase to make goo gobs . An item of black street slang that was reported by US linguists to be obsolete by the end of the 1960s, but which was revived in 1990s usage …

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  • 172 wad — I. n a. a bundle of banknotes, a large quantity of money. Wad had been used in this sense all over the English speaking world since the end of the 19th century. In Brit ain the word was heard principally in working class speech before being… …

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  • 173 conceive — [[t]kənsi͟ːv[/t]] conceives, conceiving, conceived 1) VERB: usu with brd neg If you cannot conceive of something, you cannot imagine it or believe it. [V of n/ ing] I just can t even conceive of that quantity of money... [V of n/ ing] He was… …

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  • 174 deflation — de fla·tion || eɪʃn n. decrease in the quantity of money in circulation, increase in buying power, decrease in prices …

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  • 175 deflationary — de fla·tion·ar·y || eɪʃnÉ™rɪ adj. pertaining to deflation (decrease in the quantity of money in circulation, increase in buying power, decrease in prices) …

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  • 176 deflations — de fla·tion || eɪʃn n. decrease in the quantity of money in circulation, increase in buying power, decrease in prices …

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  • 177 small change — change, small quantity of money …

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  • 178 roll in — arrive in great numbers or quantity The money has been rolling in since they started the new franchise …

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  • 179 sum — I. n. 1. Aggregate amount, total, totality, the whole, sum total, gross amount. 2. Quantity of money, any amount. 3. Summary, compendium, amount, substance, sum and substance. 4. Height, completion, summit, acme. 5. Question (in arithmetic),… …

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  • 180 bundle — Noun. A large quantity of money …

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