cold cash

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money in the form of cash that is readily available

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That's because cold cash tempts farmers to plough every square inch of every acre.
When, for instance, hard cold cash was unavailable, Case accepted customer payments in the forms of animals, supplies and land.
Once you have your budget in place, you can put money -- as in, hard, cold cash -- into different envelopes, each representing a specific spending category.
The only palaces that didn't accept the Berlin Pass were in Potsdam, where cold cash changed hands for those wonderments.
PhilRem President Salud Bautista moved more money: $30 million in pesos and in dollars, and in cold cash, to casino operator Weikang Xu on February 5; and $29 million to the bank accounts of Manila-based Solaire Resorts and Casino on February 9.
Also, since none of this was secret with Modi making it a plank on his political platform you would think the very rich would have camouflaged their accounts, closed them or simply moved most of the money out to other places more in fashion and a lot more confidentiality than the dreary old Swiss concept of hiding cold cash.
From what we see, there is nothing better than hard, cold cash. It is something of the main drive that motivates people," he said.
Cold cash, cool climate; science-based advice for ecological entrepreneurs.
Cold cash plays a vital role in the real estate investment community and brings benefits not just to investors but the local economy.
NASHVILLE -- A suburban Nashville couple got more than they expected in their to-go order in a McDonald's drive-thru: A bag of cold cash.
Cold Cash, Cool Climate: Science-Based Advice for Ecological Entrepreneurs is written for business people and investors interested in making a profit from climate change trends, and is a fine survey analyzing the business effects of world-wide changes.
And, for all his talk of statehood and destiny, he knows the result of this vote, like most votes, will depend on the cold cash in our pockets.
He was transferred to Everton in 1974 for a then record PS350,000, although Birmingham only received PS80,000 in cold cash: Howard Kendall and Archie Styles were thrown in as part of the deal.
Chinas voracious appetite for commodities has revived the growth engine in Latin America for years, turning Brazilian iron ore and Chilean copper into cold cash.
It is a sad proud Libra who only has cold cash to cling to in the lonely winter nights.