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breadhead

(ˈbrɛdˌhɛd)
n
slang a person who is overly concerned with money
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Did all those left-wing, 80s musicians turn into breadheads like Jagger and Bono?
With more than 200,000 BreadHeads providing feedback online, the company isn't afraid to take risks if it means seeing their customers happy.
BREADHEADS: (from left) Calum Best, Jeff Brazier, Janice Dickinson and Sam Fox at dinner
For the whitetail, I used a Mathews Drenalin at 45 Ibs., Carbon Express 250 shafts, Rage two-blade breadheads, and a Carry-Lite Deer Decoy.
Comedy series that had been under development before they were ditched included Breadheads, about a pair of entrepreneurs, and Night School, set in an adult education college.
Author's Notes I hunted with a Mathews Q2XL pulling 70 pounds, Boman ICS 400 carbon arrows, and Barrie Rocky Mountain Titanium 125, three-blade breadheads. I wore lightweight Underbrush mesh camo with a 3-D leaf pattern and Cabela's Scent-Lok Silent Stalk Sneakers.
They insisted on no bail for those arrested and started to use the addicts, dubbed "smackheads", as informants to track down the dealers and eventually the men at the top known as "breadheads".