Motza


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Motza

An Australian slang term for a great deal of money, especially used with reference to gambling winnings.
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Muy posiblemente nos encontramos ante el regalo hecho por la noble dama Maria Motza a la catedral para que reconvirtieran en relicario un producto de plateria profana.
The kindly consideration of a stern government will not be unwelcome to the embattled broadcaster, but SIBS clearly anticipates making a motza from advertising during the series, a source of revenue unavailable, as yet, to the ABC.
Before, it charged businesses a motza for such services.
Animal and human figurines, some more than 9,000 years old, have been found at Tel Motza, an archaeological site being excavated ahead of the expansion of Highway 1, the main road connecting Jerusalem and Tel Aviv.
Through their work at the archaeological site of Motza, a neighbourhood in the Judean Hills, Dr.
Four weeks ago, a major fire near the western entrance to Jerusalem at Motza closed down the Jerusalem Tel Aviv highway for several hours.
MARYANN MOTZA is the Social Security administrator for the state of Colorado.
Fearful of sending a weakened team to the finals, thereby reducing their chances of making a motza, NSW have offered terms to the swashbuckling Kiwi.
Resolution 181 also provided for a special regime for Jerusalem, with borde= rs delineated in all four directions: The then-extant municipality of Jerus= alem plus the surrounding villages and towns up to Abu Dis in the east, Bet= hlehem in the south, Ein Karem and Motza in the west, and Shuafat in the no= rth.
Motza, Maryann Watching Out for the Alligators: Risk Management for Fiduciaries THE BOOKSHELF April, Page 59
Risk Management for Fiduciaries Maryann Motza THE BOOKSHELF April, Page 59