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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of cash.


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  • If it does turn out to be a good discovery and one does have development some day it is going to be a year or two of [inaudible] before you have to spend any consequential income or capital and we'll just see what oil price environment you're in, what kind of cashes you have at that point before one considers what you may or may not have to do from a financing standpoint. Home Page

  • Glenn Beck cashes in on this when he sells gold on TV and survivalist gear.

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  • After some serious social media fan-whoring I find it reasonable that one cashes in.

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  • If East leads another club, South discards another diamond, wins in dummy, takes the ace of hearts, ruffs a heart, cashes the A-Q of trumps, ruffs a club and ruffs a heart.


  • If West leads a third heart, South ruffs in dummy, takes the ace of trumps, leads a club to his hand, cashes the K-Q of trumps and concedes a trump.


  • Hunter Pence cashes in in what was a vital at-bat for Carpenter, a single scores Rollins.

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  • Declarer ruffs and cashes 11 more rounds of spades.

    Time to go

  • Or do you go for the American, whose glittering series of previous cashes would be the best evidence of skill over luck?

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  • In a bubble the smart money doubles down on their investment in the awareness phase, but when it starts becoming a mania -- the smart money cashes out.

    Steve Blank: Are You the Fool at the Table?

  • Urban Art Auction - Bonhams creates a new auction category and cashes in on the urban art craze.

    January 2009


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