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Moneybags

Slang; a wealthy person who spends freely or ostentatiously. See also: Conspicuous consumption.
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He grabbed my handbag and a moneybag, but as my co-worker made her way through to the back room he tried to run to the front.
ATM customers became eligible for Firstar's Moneybag Sweepstakes by filling out official entry forms on the back of Firstar ATM receipts.
Which means more chances for you to strike it lucky in the original and best Moneybags game ever.
Brown knows that sleaze follows Mandy like an albatross, his schmoozing with Osborne and Rothschild and the Russian moneybags in Corfu being the latest.
Roll on the arrival of a new Mr Moneybags and, who knows, I might be getting some Arab headgear to show my support.
The moneybags Premiership side practice their set pieces on a training pitch made from old tyres.
The AFL-CIO, teachers unions and other moneybags who spent millions fighting the Gray Davis recall hope to raise $50 million to stop Arnold and enact competing measures.
Featuring across packs of standard and Walketrs Max crisps, the initiative replaces the Moneybags promotion which ran last year and in 2001.
if they conclude without a request by Marvin Moneybags for carfare to go home.
It is stuffed with professional politicians voters rejected, rich cronies whose moneybags have bankrolled election campaigns and so-called experts taking time off from their real jobs.
Kirsten, 45, will not renew his contract as South Africa chief when it expires in August, leaving him open to a big-money offer from moneybags Surrey, who have Proteas skipper Graeme Smith on their books.
And with Manchester City being without Carlos Tevez and West Ham fighting for their lives, we are more than happy to take cash on the moneybags Eastlands outfit.