from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • Cash, John Known as "Johnny.” 1932-2003. American country and western singer and songwriter best known for his songs about poverty and the downtrodden, including "Folsom Prison Blues” (1969).

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  • proper n. A surname.


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  • At the mention of his name Cash touched his forehead with his index finger and gave a small salute.

    Over the Edge

  • The expression "Cash is King" is particularly apt in a recessionary economy.

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  • Michael Cheney is also providing a full spectrum list building and email marketing campaign for each of the six products, (three ready made products and three affiliate products) plus the lead capture promotion for a total of seven money generating campaigns. is his concept of high conversion video sales letters which he calls Cash Canons that contain a personal twist combined with your unique position in your market.

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  • Charity Roberts, a primary schoolteacher who lives in a property marked for demolition, told Amnesty: Cash is the problem.

    Nigeria building development could leave 200,000 homeless, says Amnesty

  • Speaking of which, maybe you can help develop the Johnny Cash idea at Uncyclopedia: Johnny Cash is a smartcard, used pay for entry to any restroom in the North American Union that charges an entry fee.

    Johnny Cash, Johnny Sokko, Dante's Inferno, History of Internet; State Dept. e-mail

  • Cash is king during deflation do to uncertainty and assets loosing value relative to the dollar.

    Matthew Yglesias » Deflation

  • Rigell and other candidates taking part in Cash for Clunkers note it was buyers, not dealers, who received taxpayer subsidies up to $4,500 to offset the price of fuel-efficient cars if they traded in their clunkers.

    Dealers-turned-candidates run into trouble

  • So Eric Cash is like, There but for the grace of God go I. Q: You're known for spending a lot of time with cops to help you create characters, get a feel for their world.

    A Q&A with Richard Price


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