Dosh


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Dosh

A chiefly British slang term for money or cash.
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Dosh's inventory of hotels and pricing are very competitive with other major online hotel booking sites, but the difference is that Dosh gives significant cash back with each booking.
Dosh is operated by the Youth Opportunity Fund and Youth Capital Fund.
Most non-UK slang to describe money came from the US, with a grand, dough and dosh, thought to be a combination of dollar and cash, all coming from America.
The group said most non-UK slang to describe money came from the US, with a grand, dough and dosh, thought to be a combination of dollar and cash, all coming from America.
Although the study by Dosh and colleagues showed that there are a few physicians who will prescribe antibiotics for obvious common colds, I think many of the prescriptions written are for cases that are not quite so straightforward.
Terry Dosh, one of the organizers of the protest efforts, said, "They [archdiocesan officials] are afraid of secularism.
Investigation officers from the Occupational Safety and Health Department (DOSH) noted that the victim had worn black and ridden a motorcycle with worn tyres.
Ananya, a fortnightly magazine, has announced names of 10 women as winners of annual Ananya Shirsha Dosh awards for their outstanding contributions to their respective areas, reports BSS.
Summary: Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh) [India], November 27 (ANI): Congress on Monday raised the issue of 'Vastu Dosh' in Madhya Pradesh assembly, in wake of the untimely death of nine MLAs in a span of four years.
Anyone on a gluten free diet can save some dosh at Aldi which is marking Coeliac Awareness week with a string of cut-price essentials.
Called Dosh Days, the plays were aimed at 16 to 24-year-olds and took place at Birmingham Metropolitan College's Matthew Boulton College.
SINGER Charlotte Church has poked fun at the "Dosh and Pecs" image of her days with ex-fiance Gavin Henson.