Dosh


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Dosh

A chiefly British slang term for money or cash.
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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.
Dosh acknowledged, however, that many students do seem inclined to seek a way of getting along at St.
All he has to do is use the wedding dosh to set up a rolling refund forthe Reds'fans who paid pounds 500-plus to travel to Athens where their dreams were shattered by an advance party of forged ticket holders, who did actually manage to see Stevie play a lacklustre game.
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Dosh - a European eagle owl with a wing span of over 6ft - escaped from Dave Guttridge's aviary in Darras Hall, Ponteland, three weeks ago.
Visitors to the libraries are being invited to use free internet access to play their part in tracking down the origins of words and word combinations for the Oxford English Dictionary such as naff, ditsy, dosh and crimble.
Fancied to occupy a handy pitch early on, Josh The Dosh will engage top gear between bends four and five, accelerate smoothly into the lead, and coast home from enigmatic December Mist, whose presence ensures a half-decent price for the nap.
Wake up Brian -this is where you earn your dosh, the lads need a good swift kick up the backside.
REBOOT was sponsored by the Graham Foundation so some if not lots of dosh for all that hard work.
Many terms for money have stemmed from Cockney rhyming slang, with bangers and mash, and dot and dash both meaning cash, and orange squash, and rogan josh both standing for dosh.
3] The studies by Hueston and colleagues[4] and Dosh and coworkers[5] in this issue of the Journal provide additional insight into the diagnosis, coding, and antibiotic prescribing practices of primary care clinicians with patients presenting with URIs.