Razoo


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Razoo

In Australia, a slang term for a hypothetical worthless coin. The term indicates a situation of poverty.
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US-based online fundraising platform Razoo Global Corp's management has concluded a buyout of the business from global investment firm and founder of Razoo, the Legatum Group, the company said.
Since the company's founding in 2006, Razoo has offered an online service for charities and has grown into the only fully integrated cloud-services platform that empowers individuals, non-profit organizations, giving event hosts, and teams of people working together to fundraise for the causes they care most about.
There is the erstwhile now penniless Dr Joe who continues to claim resolution of the court judgement in his favour, but has not seen a razoo because a suggested 'shadowy defendant' is allegedly powerful enough to thwart the imposition and enforcement of the law.
(149) Public Knowledge, RAZOO, http://www.razoo.com/story/Publicknowledge (last visited Apr.
(2002)."Razoo health": A community-based nursing education initiative.
Do-it-yourself government without so much as a brass razoo from central government to fund it is what Mr Cameron's coalition "Con-Dems" us to.
I wouldn't have given a razoo what they (CA) told me." The game's governing body Down Under responded: "Brad Haddin, who has not yet been selected to play Test cricket, was ineligible to wear the baggy green, which is only presented to players on the morning of their Test debut.
Q WHAT does the Australian expression "brass razoo" mean?
However, there is a problem here on the basis that I pay not so much as a razoo to get into the place, have a wonderful balcony outside the hacks' room from which to watch streams of losers trail sweatily home, and more free lunches than it is decent to eat.
This process has devalued celebrity's coinage and turned royalty into its brass razoo. Royalty's stocks plunge spectacularly whenever its cast members look like doing something relevant.
Trade union band Brass Razoo played a song composed by band member Don Franks, Three Sixty Four, and NZNO members joined in with gusto.
It's not worth a brass razoo until some publisher offers you a contract.