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

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TURN TO PAGE 5 A TEACHING assistant has won a big-money payout after being wrongly fired over claims she swore in her school's playground and was responsible for "inappropriate" Facebook photos.
OTHER BIG-MONEY ACQUISITIONS IN ROUNDS THREE AND FOUR INCLUDED: Brett Lee to Mohali (EUR900,000), Jacques Kallis to Bangalore (EUR900,000), Ricky Ponting to Kolkatafor (EUR400,000), Brendon McCullum to Kolkata (EUR700,000) Chris Gayle to Kolkata (EUR800,000), Shane Warneto Jaipur (EUR450,000)
Maybe I'm being naive and this is the first step toward big-money corporate ownership of skateboarding.
It was former British table-tennis star Andrew who masterminded Sol Campbell's big-money move from Spurs to Arsenal.
Anybody who finds the six winners will get the opportunity to follow in the footsteps of the previous big-money winners such as the Doncaster stag party and have a shot at a bonus fund next week which will be in the region of pounds 590,000.
With an assist from the nonpartisan Center for Public Integrity's report, The Buying of the President 2000, here's a guide to where the presidential candidates say they stand on the issue--and to their personal relationships with big-money interests.
It is not just the colossal struggles of big-money interests on major legislative issues that show the need for reform.
Eliminating PAC contributions, for example, would only mean more big-money individual contributions from special-interest donors.
LOS ANGELES -- A new foundation is planning a big-money investment in evangelism.
The Argentina international has been the subject of a big-money bid from the Red Devils as Louis Van Gaal looks to rebuild his new squad, Daily Express reported.
Apparently there is no free lunch unless you are a big-money friend of Gov.
More often than not, big-money givers must be identified and courted, their interests piqued, their hands held, and their egos stroked before they take that six- or seven-figure plunge.
But now he looks set for just two big-money bouts after the purse deadline for his meeting with fellow-Britain Henry Akinwande was fixed for March 26.
Sevilla coach Unai Emery has underlined his intention to retain the services of Arsenal target Geoffrey Kondogbia, but admits a big-money offer would be difficult to turn down.