loose change


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loose change

n
money in the form of coins suitable for small expenditures
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Scrubby, impecunious men drift to and fro there, waiting for the gods to provide something easy; and the prudent man, conscious of the possession of loose change, whizzes through the danger zone at his best speed, 'like one that on a lonesome road doth walk in fear and dread, and having once turned round walks on, and turns no more his head, because he knows a frightful fiend doth close behind him tread.
Pockitapp offers an easier way to collect and use loose change while providing opportunities for it to grow through partner promotions, cash incentives, and money match opportunities.
He ordered that the safe be opened - but escaped with just a handful of loose change because so little cash was inside.
Paying the school lunch money, needing loose change for parking and covering school trips are the most common reasons for parents dipping into piggy banks, the research found.
PUB regulars have helped to raise hundreds of pounds for charity by leaving their loose change on a pew above the bar of a Nuneaton boozer.
Because of his experiences - and gratitude towards the rape and sexual assault counselling service - he is now a trustee of the new Loose Change Charity.
The tough-talking mayor of Davao City said drivers who do not have loose change should not go out to work.
More than half of us have loose change at the bottom of our bags, while 43% pick up coppers on the street, 41% find them down the back of the sofa, 35% discover coins in their back pocket and 26% come across them in bars, the survey of 2,000 people by Meccabingo.
A Sat Nav, CDs and loose change was stolen from a Ford Focus on Queens Avenue.
And items including sat navs, mobile phones, clothing and even small amounts of loose change have been taken.
I'm already missing all the stuff I stash around the interior - lip balm, poo bags, sunglasses, loose change, a Velcro hair roller (doubles as a dog brush in standstill traffic), dental floss, baby wipes, tissues, pens, pencils.
Nationally, the TSA collected more than $675,000 in loose change in the 2014 fiscal year that ended Sept.