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Synonyms for money-spinner

a project that generates a continuous flow of money

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Summary: Youth in Kolkata have taken to cyber gaming in a big way as it is fast emerging as a money-spinner and a lucrative career option.
Perhaps another name should be sought; such as Score-Score or just plain Slog or best of all Money-Spinner. What a travesty of such a fine deteriorating game; once again and just for the greed of more and more money!!
Others will decry the fines as nothing more than a money-spinner for the Government.
It seems that, from shirts to crisps, football has become just one big money-spinner that costs the fan.
WORKING at the car wash proved a money-spinner for Red Nose Day when Coventry pupils rolled up their sleeves and sprung into action.
A source said: "Ferne is relatable and a girls' girl and marketing bigwigs can see that is a real money-spinner. It helps that she has not had cosmetic surgery done on her figure."
But saying she does is just a big tick in the "We're just an ordinary family" box, which helps boost the multi-million pound money-spinner that is Brand Beckham.
If HS2 is such a money-spinner why doesn't the Government get the private sector to pay for it instead of the taxpayer?
an insider said it "could be a real money-spinner".
The recently-retired Vieira was confirmed for the Easter Road money-spinner last week thanks to his friendship with Hibs cult hero Jimmy Boco.
He did not mention the already large and rapidly growing covert charge to all of our bills which is made at Government's behest to cover various "carbon taxes" and the Renewables Obligation (RO) which makes uneconomic wind power a money-spinner for its owners.
Her dam has proved a real money-spinner for Tindall, who sold her daughter Anacreon, also by Dansili, for 140,000gns as a foal, and a half-sister by Teofilo as a foal last year for 150,000gns.
Wellington, Feb.23 (ANI): New Zealand Cricket is hoping that having a star-studded Indian team on tour will be a money-spinner for the sport.
The fans will feel the clubs are selling their soul but if it's a money-spinner they'll vote for it.
The fiancee of football star Wayne Rooney, who is becoming something of a money-spinner in her own right, was at The Perfume Shop at the MetroCentre at the weekend, meeting and greeting North East folk while she flogged bottles of her new scent.