Bankroll


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Bankroll

To provide financing, whether as a loan, grant, or simply as part of a budget. For example, a company may bankroll its research and development by providing funding for it in the budget. Likewise, a credit union bankrolls a business when it allows a client to take out a second mortgage on a home.
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It works some of the time, but the most likely scenario is that your bankroll will take a much larger hit than it ever needed to.
Third place in the Bankroll Competition went to Monash BPP (Monash University, Australia).
Although, we are anxiously awaiting the future opportunity to offer this sensible bankroll management tool to U.
Your bankroll should be treated with respect and should provide enough to offset any losing runs.
If necessary we will bankroll the deal ourselves, but we expect parties to honour their agreements.
Thirty percent of the rebated monies will go directly back to the local church or purchasing group; the other 70% will go into a national housing fund to bankroll a home ownership program.
Beginning with a modest bankroll, players must build up winnings and reputation as the highest roller at the Hard Rock Casino.
NEW Notts County owner Ray Trew believes Sven Goran Eriksson was naive to think anyone would bankroll the club into the Premier League.
Government could effectively bankroll our operations," states Peppitoni.
She said multi-millionaire backers would queue up to bankroll the Tories if they thought the new leader had a real chance of success.
Aside from the obvious conflict of interest that exists when one party - in this case, the county - is managing both sides of a legal battle, the supervisors' decision to bankroll Cooley's and Auerbach's cases is an insult to the people of L.