top whack


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top whack

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informal the maximum price: paying top whack for your child's education.
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Sule cost [pounds sterling]21million two years ago and still has three years left on his contract which would likely see United have to pay top whack for him.
You could drive by, throw your passengers out and still have to pay top whack because of the greedy airport.
Opt for the tested 2.0-litre turbodiesel with S tronic dual clutch transmission, four-wheel drive and top whack S line Plus spec and you're looking at almost another PS10,000 on the tab.
And those languishing on their supplier's Standard Variable Tariff will be paying top whack - often hundreds of pounds more.
You can open an account with a top whack of PS1,200 and then save PS200 a month, up to PS12,000 - with a maximum Government bonus of PS3,000 which you get at the point of purchase.
No worries, if you harbour Autobahn aspirations that top whack can scorch on up to 174mph by specifying the optional Dynamic package.
No worries, if you harbour Autobahn aspirations, that top whack can scorch on up to 174mph by specifying the optional Dynamic package.
Power is awesome, with the V6 turbo 2.8 power pack producing a huge 325mph which rockets the Insignia to 60mph in just 5.9 seconds and on to a top whack of 170mph.
The engine which produces 125 bhp at top whack, is mated to a transmission that has longer gear ratios to keep the revs low.
People do not expect "top whack" London prices in the cafes and restaurants and the lower costs in Wales are of course an attraction to any foreign tourist.
I mean, if you wanted top whack S for your house, what would you do?
Describe your best day's trading We took three grand at Cheltenham one day and had a good five days at Glorious Goodwood, but three or four grand would be our top whack. And your worst?