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  • 121Leo Chiozza Money — Sir Leo Chiozza Money. Sir Leo George Chiozza Money (13 June 1870 – 25 September 1944), born Leone Giorgio Chiozza, was an Italian born economic theorist who moved to Britain in the 1890s,[1] where he made his name as a politician, journalist and …

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  • 122Jesus and the money changers — The narrative of Jesus and the Money Changers occurs in both the Synoptic Gospels and in the Gospel of John, although it occurs close to the end of the Synoptic Gospels (at , ) but close to the start in John (at The quote from Isaiah comes from a …

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  • 123Counterfeit money — See also: Coin counterfeiting and Slug (coin) Counterfeit money is currency that is produced without the legal sanction of the state or government to resemble some official form of currency closely enough that it may be confused for genuine… …

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  • 124(a) licence to print money — a licence to print money informal phrase a way of making a very large amount of money easily Thesaurus: relating to making profitsynonym Main entry: licence * * * a licence to print ˈmoney idiom ( …

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  • 125Representative money — refers to money that consists of token coins, other physical tokens such as certificates, and even non physical digital certificates (authenticated digital transactions) that can be reliably exchanged for a fixed quantity of a commodity such as… …

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  • 126Credit money — is any claim against a physical or legal person that can be used for the purchase of goods and services.[1] Examples of credit money include personal IOUs, and in general any financial instrument or bank money market account certificate, which is …

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  • 127Mo Money Mo Problems — Single by The Notorious B.I.G. featuring Puff Daddy and Mase from the album Life After Death Released …

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  • 128Dirty Sexy Money — intertitle Genre Dramedy Satire Soap Opera Created by Craig Wright …

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  • 129O2 Money — is a range of financial services provided by O2 in the United Kingdom. Launched on 15 July 2011, O2 Money debuted as line of Visa cash cards issued by O2 and provided by NatWest. The cards enabled O2 customers to use digital currency as an… …

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  • 130Virgin Money US — The Virgin Money logo Virgin Money US (formerly CircleLending) was a peer to peer loans and loan servicing company founded in May 2000 and launched in 2001.[1][2] In 2007, the …

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  • 131In It for the Money — У слова «Money» есть и другие значения: см. Money. In It for the Money …

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  • 132Dead money (poker) — In poker, dead money is the amount of money in the pot other than the equal amounts bet by active remaining players in that pot. Examples of dead money include money contributed to the pot by players who have folded, a dead blind posted by a… …

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  • 133Funny Money — Infobox Play name = Funny Money image size = caption = writer = Ray Cooney chorus = characters = Henry Perkins Jean Perkins Vic Johnson Betty Johnson Bill Davenport Slater A passer by mute = setting = date of premiere = 1994 country of Origin =… …

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  • 134Blood Money (Angel) — Infobox Television episode Title = Blood Money Series = Angel Angel and Anne confront Lindsey and Lilah Caption = {Caption|} Season = 2 Episode = 12 Airdate = January 23, 2001 Production = 2ADH12 Writer = Shawn Ryan Mere Smith Director = R. D.… …

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  • 135Midnight Money Madness — Logo Format Game show Created by Endemol Pres …

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  • 136Apna Sapna Money Money — Infobox Film name = Apna Sapna Money Money image size = 200px caption = Promotional movie poster for the film director = Sangeeth Sivan producer = Raju Farooqui writer = Sangeeth Sivan narrator = starring = Ritesh Deshmukh Celina Jaitley Anupam… …

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  • 137Japanese invasion money — Japanese Invasion Money, officially known as Southern Development Bank Notes, was currency issued by the Japanese Military Authority, in lieu of and in replacement of local currency after the conquest and subjugation of a nation state in World… …

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  • 138Pink money — describes the purchasing power of the gay community, often especially with respect to political donations. With the rise of the gay rights movement, pink money has gone from being a fringe or marginalized market to a thriving industry in many… …

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  • 139at the money — The situation in which the current market price, the spot price, of an underlying instrument is equal to the strike or exercise price of an option to buy or sell that instrument. American Banker Glossary A warrant whose exercise price is near or… …

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  • 140In It for the Money — Infobox Album | Name = In It For The Money Type = Album Artist = Supergrass Released = 21 April, 1997 Recorded = Sawmills Studio Autumn 1996 Genre = Britpop, Alternative rock Length = 43:03 Label = Parlophone Producer = Supergrass John Cornfield… …

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