bezzle

bezzle

(ˈbɛzəl)
vb
(tr) to waste (money)

bezzle

(ˈbɛzəl)
vb
to consume (alcohol) to excess
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The outer bezzle is illuminated, and as time passes, the rim illumination turns off in sequence, counting down the hour.
Also known as Rocky B, Plat'num B or Bezzle, the rapper, DJ and producer is the founder of Dmode music and also appeared in reality TV show The Games.
Simply put, Galbraith shows that market forces endogenously generate the bezzle.
There's money to bezzle with, if there's money for nothing else.
We all love reading about chicanery, and Galbraith's bezzle has always been food for thought, since there's a lot that we can't see or touch easily in our financial world.
Set them nettled critics to the bezzle stop, dead and wrong/ Get 'ern higher than the pitch of metal tea kettle songs.
When money is plentiful and cheap, the Bezzle grows; when "money is watched with a narrow, suspicious eye," commercial morality improves, and "the Bezzle shrinks.
Joseph Hughes, who plays nasty Baron E M Bezzle, said: "The Man in the Moon, Santa's Little Helper and a couple of skeletons will also help to keep children of all ages happy.
bezzle size : 96 x 96mm flush mounting type supply voltage 433v 50hz a.