easy money


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income obtained with a minimum of effort

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the economic condition in which credit is easy to secure

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A top official with the Indian finance ministry has said that public sector banks (PSB's) in the nation would not be given easy money as part of a bank re-capitalisation plan.
Emerging markets will pay a high price for the twilight of easy money.
Pennsylvania Department of Banking and Securities said it urges consumers to avoid the lure of illegal, easy money loans from unlicensed, out-of-state lenders that might sound appealing during the holidays when people may experience added financial stress.
Nevertheless, there is no such thing as easy money, as most of Birmingham's small business owners will testify.
as Johan 'JW' Easy Money Some of the cinematography is too bleached and each of the three central male characters is weakened by worrying about a member of the fairer sex.
Blue film/Porn site producers use a set of women who are willing to have sexual intercourse with men in front of cameras for easy money.
So Easy Money sat on my desk for a couple of weeks till I finally gave in and took it home and, to my surprise, I like it.
Now, this might in part be the fault of the translator, but Easy Money is shockingly badly overwritten and under punctuated.
CDATA[ Anyone wanting to earn easy money could have pocketed $$1,500 for the questionable honor of eating with Ahmadinejad in New York.
The High School Musical star will shed his clean-cut image for the remake of Swedish drama Snabba Cash, which translates as Easy Money, reports The Daily Express.
In my area dealing is an alternative career choice for the youngsters - easy money, no effort, nice clothes and virtually no chance of being caught.
Such price pressures may come on the back of the unprecedented attempts to revive the economy with easy money.
Now that world of smoke and mirrors is no more, perhaps those charged with safeguarding public money will rediscover old values such as modesty of purpose, while learning to value security over the hollow promise of easy money.
Needless to say, after coughing up for the gaffe, Charlize, 33, will still have plenty of time on her hands for other easy money.
They recognized bad deals but found it hard to resist the temptation to make easy money, the researchers propose.