tidy sum


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a large sum of money

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Daily Mail The reality star pocketed the tidy sum to pose for selfies with ' influencers' at the Revolve Hamptons party Kim got $ 700K to pose for selfies Kim Kardashian
It has taken a number of years of complaints from residents to get the council to bring in the new rule and no doubt cost the taxpayers a tidy sum.
He's already concocted a plan to get the Arches back and it involves offering a tidy sum of money to Max.
BREWER Jim Porter was seeking perfection When brewing brown ale he found the connection A flagship beer it would soon become And earn Jim Porter a tidy sum A mature smooth refreshing travelling ale, Soon impressed on a worldwide scale Brown ale is mentioned in a Humble Pie song Knowing when singing it they could do no wrong Famous now the world over From mighty New York too little Dover Beware when drinking Newcastle Brown, A little too much can bring you down The morning after it has been said, Never again, I'm too hung over to get out of bed.
BRIGHT sparks heading to college or university can save a tidy sum on delivery charges for six months by signing up to a free trial Amazon Student.
A couple called Dom and Lou walked away with this tidy sum on October 4, 2012.
There were plenty going for a tidy sum though, including the largest collection of barn finds ever offered in one sale, helping Silverstone achieve an all-time record rate of 85% in their PS1m total sale.
For example, in an hour the Welshman earns the tidy sum of EeAu2,040 (Dh11,693), with his yearly takings amounting to a cool EeAu15,600,000.
That drove me on even more, so by the time I'd turned 18, in February 2000, I was on a tidy sum.
30am until 4pm, attendees at which could find their prized pieces put through to a later auction that could see them pocket a tidy sum of money.
It is a sobering thought that but for these hills passing into public ownership - Bilberry Hill was sold to the city of Birmingham by Lord Windsor in 1913 for the then tidy sum of pounds 3,385 - they might have entirely disappeared, as extensive quarrying in the past extracted their core of hard stone, which was suitable for road metal.
Hosted as usual by Chris Tarrant, lets hope they manage to raise a tidy sum for this very deserving cause.
UPM Raflatac's Polish plant, due to come on stream by the end of 2008, will cost the tidy sum of $135 million.
It should have made them huge stars and a tidy sum, but they complain that US TV giant HBO refused to give the band an on-screen credit, so few people know who they are.
It therefore ordered the Belgian state to pay Tillack a tidy sum of 10,000 in intangible losses and 30,000 in costs (plus any extra sum due because of taxation).