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Synonyms for moola

something, such as coins or printed bills, used as a medium of exchange

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Sidhasana is the pose yogis adopt when meditating while the moola bandha is an exercise similar to the Kegel.
But something else happened in 1962," said Moola, who is with the David Suzuki Foundation and is a professor at both York University and the University of Toronto.
Dr Clint Le Bruyns was on-board a standby vessel, while Ismail Moola provided logistical support for three boats and 50 crew and passengers," NC4P said in a statement.
Lieutenant Kalia, sipahi Arjun Ram, Bhanwar Lal Bagaria, Bhika Ram, Moola Ram and Naresh Singh were brutally tortured.
Suddenly I can feel myself pulling off the end of a long ride at this mysto right-hand point-break, the self-same one I'm gonna f*** off too once I save up enough of the bankers', lawyers' and - maybe - landed gentry's moola.
A keen supporter of financial literacy, Peoples Bank of Alabama offers its Teen Moola U, an online financial education program, to 40 high schools teaching thousands of students how to make smarter financial decisions.
On May 15, 1999, Saurabh Kalia along with five soldiers - Sepoys Arjun Ram, Bhanwar Lal Bagaria, Bhika Ram, Moola Ram and Naresh Singh of the 4 Jat Regiment had gone for a routine patrol of the Bajrang Post in the Kaksar sector in the rugged, treeless Ladakh mountains.
They send a message out to the general public that dual fifty caliber machineguns mounted on a pickup truck are standard fair and can be purchased by anyone with the right amount of moola.
Nico Botha, of Moola Bulla station in Western Australia, told state broadcaster ABC that he would begin killing the animals as soon as Wednesday.
The book's glossary defines traditional left-brain business terms and gives them new right-brain names used in the book; for example, the financial plan is a moola map, and the mission statement is a passion and purpose proclamation.
Earlier this year, Citi also appointed Imraan Moola, formerly at Credit Suisse, as head of CEEMEA equity derivatives.
The co-op's farmers plus Moola the cow will be giving milking and butter-making demos at the four-day event at Earl's Court, from May 7.
The chanting of Sanskrit Moola Mantra added a hypnotic effect as the dancers' twirling movement shed new light on the relationship between the macro and mirco.
The mayor said he credits Obama's big move to the 76,000-seat football stadium for generating excitement and shoring up moola.
What will be the implication(s) of these lawsuits, including their impact on healthcare costs as the good doctor's insurers possibly fork over tons of moola to his wronged patients?