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- n. something that generates a continuous income
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a project that generates a continuous flow of money.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as money-spider.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a project that generates a continuous flow of money
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Given how superficial the fashion world can be - and how cynical - it could be that Galliano's very notoriety makes him a short-term money-spinner.
In my experience, those who insist that fashion is a fickle money-spinner are the same people who at dinner ask a million questions about designers, the front rows at shows and I kid you not whether I have seen Kate Moss in her knickers.
They have simply been identified as a new money-spinner.
I reckon that there is another money-spinner for you - car stickers.
The England and Wales Cricket Board's working group does not look like considering the all-too-obvious money-spinner: geographical franchises that can tap in to the tribalism of football fans, thus building a new and lucrative audience.
He scored against England last September Odds 500-1League position 2009-10 1st RomaniaChampions League best First appearance Player to watch: Gabriel Giurgiu pictured The former Rubin Kazan midfielder is something of a late bloomer, making his Romania debut against Brazil in June at the age of 28 Odds 1250-1The television companies will be disappointed with Manchester United's opponents given the English champions are the advertising money-spinner, but Benfica will be interesting rivals.
With the police often slow to react and wealthy parents eager to pay, a kidnap should be a quick and simple money-spinner.
There has been the feeling in Ireland that the Football Association has an obligation to offer them another game in Dublin, which would represent a money-spinner and the FA fully accepts this.
Eco-tourism today is a huge money-spinner and President Oscar Arias talks about a new goal to make Costa Rica the first nation in the world to become carbon neutral by 2021, in time for the country's 200th birthday.
Even before this retail effort, Glee has been a money-spinner for the Murdoch-owned network – and for record companies, with profits from iTunes downloads, ringtones and CD.
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