from The Century Dictionary.
- noun An erroneous plural of
money, sometimes used.
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- noun Plural form of
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The other side so far has No on stimulus, No to budget,, which includes monies from the two wars we are in.
Much as I want the funding, I'm trying hard to understand how any of the proposed NASA monies is stimulus to the economy - willing to listen; help requested.
If theyre taking money from ACORN, then why is Blackwater, and other thieving, lying companies funded by my tax dollars still receiving monies from the government.
The politicians will pat themselves on the back and say job well done and the depletion of monies is staved off until another day only to fall on future generations.
The problem is that Congress has been “borrowing” the surplus, and currently owes SSI somewhere around 2-3 trillion in monies!
A LOT: any Republican or Democrat curently accepting monies from the insurance companies and pharmaceuitcals.
All posts need to be aware as he learned about the VAC's after getting monies from the posts.
Not all the monies from the Magnificat [prayer book] have come in yet and there are still other sources we are waiting for.
Thus the great profession of Advertisement, [brain conditioning to get the masses to be the great consumers, not producers] thus the position of marketing manager, to get monies from the tax payer and earn a nice living producing er nothing but destroy trees. note the the word “plots” in manager. manager, n.
Not to include Parades burials and VA functions to have Albert Laughter arriving hours late, not in uniform and squandering credit and taking monies from the Gourd Society then leaving briefly approximately staying 1-2 hours tops, while my comrades and myself worked Volunteer 16-18 hours or more at these functions, and did not take any monies whatsoever.
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