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Synonyms for moneymaker

someone who is successful in accumulating wealth

a project that generates a continuous flow of money

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Key moneymakers within the proposed west-side city in the area of Castaic, Westridge and Stevenson Ranch are the Valencia Marketplace shopping center, the Valencia Commerce Center industrial park and Six Flags California's Magic Mountain.
Characteristic of the "Net" generation, the Future Moneymakers also heavily favor tech companies, such as Intel (Nasdaq: INTC), Cisco (Nasdaq: CSCO), and Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT).
The Future Moneymakers are part of a growing movement in youth clubs.
The Future Moneymakers formed in 1998 as an outgrowth of National Tots and Teens Inc.
The MoneyMakers program is a quick and easy way for individuals and small groups to make money on the Internet.
Adult Internet sites have been moneymakers," said Huemmer.
One of the many moneymakers for the YMCA is the Indian Guides' Pancake Breakfast.
And we also see that four of the top 10 moneymakers in the Los Angeles area are in the San Fernando Valley.
Among the top 10 touring moneymakers are Fleetwood Mac, Garth Brooks, Tina Turner and Jimmy Buffett.
The convention, hosted by the National Congress of Inventor Organizations, brought together inventors, distributors, marketers and investors who are looking to turn new product ideas into moneymakers.
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Of the current films out, "Toy Story" is by far the top moneymaker, earning $174.