big bucks

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Synonyms for big bucks

a large sum of money (especially as pay or profit)

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General and administrative expense increased sharply in the recent quarter as we added management in anticipation of the October 1 opening of our new Big Buck Brewery & Restaurant in Auburn Hills.
William Rolinski, president, said, "We are constantly asked by customers who do not live near a Big Buck Brewery to make more of our brews available in bottles for them to enjoy at home.
While only the best sharp-shooter will walk away a champion, Big Buck Hunter finalists will be competing for a purse of $67,000.
BIG BUCKS will also be attempting to extend his amazing winning sequence, stretching back to his departure, when unseating Sam Thomas, at the final fence in the Hennessy, won by Madison Du Berlais in 2008.
A United Teachers Los Angeles representative was heard to say to her office assistants and school administrative assistant, ``that's why they pay you the big bucks.
Karabak, no match for Big Bucks at Newbury last time and previously runner-up to Zaynar in the Ascot Hurdle, is likely to chase home the favourire in an event which lacks depth, despite the presence of out-of-form, former champion KATCHIT and TIDAL BAY, winner of the Arkle here two years ago.
The glazed treats translate into big bucks for grocers.
Nasdaq: BBUC) today announced that it has changed its corporate name to Big Buck Brewery & Steakhouse, Inc.
Nasdaq: BBUC) today opened its third Big Buck Brewery & Steakhouse, a 26,400 square foot unit in Auburn Hills, Mich.
17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Seventh Annual Big Buck World Championship went WILD October 24[sup.