moneyspinning

moneyspinning

(ˈmʌnɪˌspɪnɪŋ)
adj
informal earning money or making a profit
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The duo fought back in 2015 and have been tipped for a moneyspinning rematch.
And for dessert, a possible moneyspinning converted stable block which was being used as a successful wedding venue.
After battling though a dreadful start to the season, he has given himself a real chance of making the moneyspinning play-offs.
There was also plenty of moneyspinning stalls and Santa's grotto, and a Christmas photo booth.
SUNDERLAND will face League One side Walsall in the FA Cup - with a place in the third round and a potential moneyspinning tie against Premier League opposition the prize.
The Dutchman has joined Israeli champions Hapoel Beer Sheva from league rivals Kiryat Shmona in a moneyspinning deal.
Battle If Wilder will not make concessions and agree terms on what would be his biggest-ever pay-day, then the winner of Parker-Whyte on July 28 will hope to get a second shot at Joshua in another moneyspinning battle at the national stadium in April.
He followed it with two moneyspinning sequels in 1990 and 1995, before Live Free or Die Hard 12 years later.
MERTHYR TOWN will be aiming to take another step towards a moneyspinning Emirates FA Cup tie this afternoon when they make the trip to Havant & Waterlooville in the second qualifying round, writes Carl Field.
That victory set up a moneyspinning third-round trip to Manchester United but the hosts are simply not performing in the games that matter most and could struggle to match a Coventry side unbeaten in 11 league matches.
CRISTIANO RONALDO will not end his playing career with a moneyspinning finale on another continent and he hasn't ruled out hanging up his boots at United.
Cambridge have run into a patch of poor form since playing two, moneyspinning FA spinning F Cup games against Manchester United in late January and early February.