Moneybags


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Moneybags

Slang; a wealthy person who spends freely or ostentatiously. See also: Conspicuous consumption.
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You are talking about the ills of money and moneybags in politics as if you are afraid of some moneybags in your race to represent Iseyin/Itesiwaju/Iwajowa/Kajola Federal Constituency in the House of Representatives.
Moneybags is also, of course, slang for "a wealthy or extravagant person." For a successful artist to make art out of the material ground of money is always going to be a complicated business.
Moneybags' generous donation has morphed into a really expensive proposition, where the cost of the scoreboard is dwarfed by other expenses and lost in regulatory hoopla.
All I had to do, said the notice, was ask for some plastic moneybags which were available free from counter staff.
if they conclude without a request by Marvin Moneybags for carfare to go home.
Bungoma politician Moses Nandalwe, popularly known as Mr Moneybags, has has defied summons by the Bungoma West intelligence department and instead flown to Nairobi.
JOE SAYS: Despite spending big in the summer, Wolves' new-look side have failed to gel and their slow start to the season looks set to continue against the real moneybags. I can see both sides getting on the scoresheet but this should be easy for City.
Surveillance cameras of a building nearby showed that the 37-year-old and his two countrymen drivers, 30 and 39, carried four moneybags to a car and drove away.
Police found PS200,000 in cash when they searched the house of Paterson, who was dubbed Madam Moneybags.
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.
ARE there many that did not titter at mighty moneybags Real Madrid's exit from the Champions League?