Haul

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Haul

A slang term for a profit, especially the profit from a single project as opposed to that for the whole company.
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It's not what they eat on the spot, it's what they haul off," he explains.
We are not against development or housing, but a developer intends to carve up our beautiful mountains and open spaces and to haul off enough dirt to fill the Rose Bowl 15 times - making tons of pollution for months, destroying the Malibu watershed, adding thousands of additional trips on the already overcrowded 101 Freeway corridor and refusing to get an up-to-date environmental impact report - you bet we are against this ``Belmont'' of a housing development.
Meanwhile, James De Clouet (Garston) won at Burton Mere, with an 18lb 3oz haul off peg five on Beech Pool.