Definitions for "money"
Any form of wealth which affects a person's propensity to spend, such as checking accounts or time deposits in banks, credit accounts, letters of credit, etc. Various aggregates of money in different forms are given different names, such as M-1, the total sum of all currency in circulation plus all money in demand deposit accounts (checking accounts).
In general, wealth; property; as, he has much money in land, or in stocks; to make, or lose, money.
that part of a person's wealth that can be readily used for transactions; money also serves as a store of value and a unit of account.
Legal tender, cash.
A piece of metal, as gold, silver, copper, etc., coined, or stamped, and issued by the sovereign authority as a medium of exchange in financial transactions between citizens and with government; also, any number of such pieces; coin.
Any written or stamped promise, certificate, or order, as a government note, a bank note, a certificate of deposit, etc., which is payable in standard coined money and is lawfully current in lieu of it; in a comprehensive sense, any currency usually and lawfully employed in buying and selling.
Money is a KMFDM single, which preceded their fifth album, Money, in 1992.
KMFDM's sixth album, Money, was released in 1992. The album was originally supposed to be named Apart, as Sascha Konietzko and En Esch would break up during the tour with My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult in 1990. With the budget split in half, Konietzko and Esch made five songs each for the album.
"Money" is the sixth trackThe track number depends upon the edition of the album; some releases merge the two tracks "Speak to Me" and "Breathe". from British progressive rock band Pink Floyd's 1973 album, The Dark Side of the Moon. It is the only song on the album to hit the top 20 in the United States charts. On the original LP, it opened the second side of the album.
A capitation tax, or poll-tax. In ancient times there lived a king Whose tax-collectors could not wring From all his subjects gold enough To make the royal way less rough. For pleasure's highway, like the dames Whose premises adjoin it, claims Perpetual repairing. So The tax-collectors in a row Appeared before the throne to pray Their master to devise some way To swell the revenue. "So great," Said they, "are the demands of state A tithe of all that we collect Will scarcely meet them. Pray reflect: How, if one-tenth we must resign, Can we exist on t'other nine?" The monarch asked them in reply: "Has it occurred to you to try The advantage of economy?" "It has," the spokesman said: "we sold All of our gray garrotes of gold; With plated-ware we now compress The necks of those whom we assess. Plain iron forceps we employ To mitigate the miser's joy Who hoards, with greed that never tires, That which your Majesty requires." Deep lines of thought were seen to plow Their way across the royal brow. "Your state is desperate, no question; Pray favor me with a suggestion." "O King of Men," the spokesman said, "If you'll impose upon each head A tax, the augmented revenue We'll cheerfully divide with you." As flashes of the sun illume The parted storm-cloud's sullen gloom, The king smiled grimly. "I decree That it be so -- and, not to be In generosity outdone, Declare you, each and every one, Exempted from the operation Of this new law of capitation. But lest the people censure me Because they're bound and you are free, 'Twere well some clever scheme were laid By you this poll-tax to evade. I'll leave you now while you confer With my most trusted minister." The monarch from the throne-room walked And straightway in among them stalked A silent man, with brow concealed, Bare-armed -- his gleaming axe revealed! G.J.
good, favourable. when said of people, indicates admiration of the subject's dependability, skill, generosity, or general virtue. "Man, you really pulled us through on that assignment -- you're money." "This apartment is money!" See phat.
anything that provides a way to express price and store value. Gold, silver, shells, tobacco, beads, and paper have all been used as money.
Often described as the root of all evil (though in fact it was the "love of money" in the original quote); many attempts have been made to design a moneyless society. All very worthy, but an impossible goal - for example, money, or something like it, is an ideal means of fulfilling the following functions: Expressing the relative value of goods and services Avoiding undisciplined use and discarding of materials Ensuring, without compulsion, that unattractive labour is carried out
the abstract unit of account in terms of which the value of goods, services, and obligations can be compared) anything that is widely established as a means of payment.
a lovely modern sparkling restaurant in the Hongqiao area of Shanghai which is serving very nice food and a drink that we fell in love with
a fast and furious four-letter-word farce that with machine gun dialogue that crackles with wit, grit and hysterics
An insurer's definition of money includes, cash, bank notes, cheques, postal orders and postage stamps. Insurers will give specific limits for money losses. These will vary depending whether the money was stolen during normal business hours, whether it was in a locked safe or whether it was in transit. Insurers normally provide an assault extension under the money section of a policy. This provides a benefit if you or an employee suffers bodily injury or death caused by violent or accidental means or robbery. This is mainly historical and the benefits are normally quite low. In the event of a temporary injury a weekly benefit is payable, normally for a maximum of 2 years. In the event of death or permanent total disablement a fixed one off amount is paid.
Money (full title: Money: A Suicide Note) is a 1984 novel by Martin Amis.
"Tearz" Money is how you refer to any male whose name you don't know
Something you work very hard for and we in turn make every effort to save it for you. "Money Saved" is a measure of your shopping savvy.
Financial substance that it is not about. Though often what it is about (ie ambition, respect, feeling wanted) is expressed in purely fiscal terms. Example: "The gaffer has proved his ambitions match my own by awarding me a 25% pay rise".
A warrant whose exercise price is near or equal to the underlying security's price.
A warrant with an exercise price below (for a call warrant) or above (for a put warrant) the price of the underlying security.
Money base Money market demand account (MMDA)
market account A savings account that provides bank depositors with many of the advantages of a money market fund. Certain regulatory restrictions apply to the withdrawal of funds from a money market account.
A blessing that is of no advantage to us excepting when we part with it. An evidence of culture and a passport to polite society. Supportable property.
The mint makes it first and it is for us to make it last.
The mint makes it first, and it's up to us to make it last.
We pay when we rent space, and if we send written notices that costs money for reproduction and mailing, so please kick in a couple of dollars to help with the costs if you can.
A certificate, which represents a valuable holding, varies from country to country.
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To supply with money.
The physical substance responsible for the earth's rotation.
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