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motser

(ˈmɒtsə) or

motza

n
(Banking & Finance) informal Austral a large sum of money, esp a gambling win
[of uncertain origin; possibly Yiddish]
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A huge ancient settlement, one of the largest of its kind in the region, has been discovered during archaeological excavations by the Israel Antiquities Authority near Motza Junction.
A number of years ago, a clay called Motza clay from the Jerusalem and Negev area ran out (azal, Hebrew).
According to News.com.au, Virat Kohli is the poster-boy of a new generation of Indians, with a motza of rich new sponsorship and endorsement deals set to send his earnings soaring to incredible levels for someone who has only played 18 Tests.
A major expansion of the highway from Sha'ar-HaGay to Jerusalem has revealed many important archaeological finds at Tel Motza, including Neolithic ruins and an enormous underground water reservoir from the Crusaders at Motza Stream.
MARYANN MOTZA is the Colorado State Social Security Administrator, State of Colorado Department of Labor and Employment.
Writing off electricity and water charges will save a motza.
Also, trees are planted in celebration of the holiday Tu Bishvat in honor of Zionist Theodor Herzl, who planted a cypress tree when he first visited the small Jewish settlement of Motza outside of Jerusalem in 1898.
(41) Elsewhere, in answer to the same question, Shukeiry responded, "Those who survive will remain in Palestine, but I estimate that none of them will survive." (42) That such bravado was not merely idle talk is evident from an Arab Legion document discovered after the war detailing plans for a raid on Motza, which lies on the outskirts of Jerusalem.
The dishes divide into those taught in various cookery lessons, but include fried sausages and sausage rolls, as well as Passover dishes in the form of 'motza kleis', 'grimlichs', 'motza pudding', sassafras and pancakes.
Motza is translated by the Old and New JPS as well as by Gordis as "mine." Such a rendering may be correct but does not do justice to the poet's playing on the ambiguity of motza-timatze.