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  • adj. Having several millions.


From multi- +‎ million. (Wiktionary)


  • Bill Weld and ex-Rep. Rick Lazio - cost $2,500 per person and kicked off an agenda that the Romney team dubbed a "multi-million dollar day."

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  • Rep. Rick Lazio - cost $2,500 per person and kicked off an agenda that the Romney team dubbed a "multi-million dollar day."

    NYDN Rss

  • They were centrally involved in raising and managing a multi-million dollar budget.

    American Grace

  • A year later the company placed Bob in charge of their multi-million dollar custom products regional division, managing the Minneapolis, St. Louis, and Kansas City offices.

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  • There are now multi-million dollar homes on the land. datingjesus

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  • The TV channel, which McDonald's says is a multi-million dollar investment, is part of an effort to broaden its appeal beyond its core fast-food customers.

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  • Another is married to a local trial attorney who is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, a group limited to attorneys who have won "million and multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements," according to the group's website.

    Missouri Compromised

  • The only thing the oil company executives care about is their own bottom line - their multi-million dollars salaries and stock deals - their yachts and corporate jets and thousand-dollar dinners at the best restaurants.

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  • If the contractor guy is indeed grandfather, it is unlikely his daughter is covered on his insurance at all, much less with 'perks' like IVF and extended multi-million dollar care.

    Baby Boom

  • In the same extensive interview with Holyrood magazine, Salmond then made potentially libellous comments about Professor Tony Kelly, the defence lawyer for the Lockerbie bomber Abdelbaset al-Megrahi and solicitor behind multi-million pound civil rights cases for hundreds of prison inmates.

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