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  • n. Plural form of cashbox.

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Examples

  • The so-called cashboxes are financial structures set up in offshore financial centers such as Jersey.

    U.K. Firms Turn to 'Cashboxes' for Capital

  • It also matters because only a small fraction of the spending has occurred so far, so presumably those in charge of the cashboxes have time to change course.

    Going Big With Stimulus

  • Bankers and analysts predict companies issuing equity to strengthen their balance sheets will use cashboxes throughout the year.

    U.K. Firms Turn to 'Cashboxes' for Capital

  • More than £30 billion, or about $44 billion, has been raised via cashboxes since mid-December by U.K. companies.

    U.K. Firms Turn to 'Cashboxes' for Capital

  • Although U.K. companies have started using cashboxes on equity raisings aimed at capital strengthening, the structures were originally set up as a means of raising money for acquisitions.

    U.K. Firms Turn to 'Cashboxes' for Capital

  • Like Jacob Marley, with his tangle of chains and cashboxes and ledgers.

    Dru Blood - I believe in the inherent goodness of all beings: Keeping it Going

  • I think the trend in the UK is going back towards not charging fees for withdrawals from standard bank machines, but instead you get those stupid little “cashboxes” all over the place now – in pubs, shops and annoyingly motorway service stations – which do charge a one-off fee.

    stand and deliver

  • They stole two cashboxes containing 40 guilders, blank checkbooks and, worst of all, coupons for 330 pounds of sugar, our entire allotment.

    The Diary Of A Young Girl

  • In a land where a bus or taxi driver hangs an oleograph of a deity on the dashboard and decorates it with garlands of fresh flowers, where merchants set an idol upon their cashboxes and shopkeepers do not begin their trade before lighting incense and intoning prayers to their chosen god, the presence of the divine is so pervasive as to become intimate and familiar, woven into the texture of everyday.

    India: The Seed of Destruction

  • And how preach disinterestedness and frugality from amid the cashboxes of a receiver-general?

    Rousseau

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