Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
After that, all they had to do was install security, sit back, and pull in money.
I think they're just using it as an extra way of pulling in money from small businesses like mine.
It seemed like a marketing scheme to pull in money rather than represent the university."
Barack Obama is no slouch when it comes to pulling in money.
Given the slow advertising market, it is difficult for advertising-supported businesses to pull in money right now.
They pull in money because money seeks continuity and the rule of law.
The way she’s pulling in money from recordings, she could actually concentrate on creating music rather than re-creating it.
Exchange traded funds are still pulling in money.
The main beneficiary of the dollar's tight range was the pound, as Britain's relatively high interest rates pulled in money, dealers said.
Mamma Mia! will pull in money, money, money
That's its most famous challenge: figuring out how to pull in money not just from venture capitalists but from everyone -- or anyone -- else.
Mr. Clinton appears to have agreed that Mr. Huang would be successful at pulling in money.
It was dubbed an "overnight sensation" by one trade magazine and rapidly pulled in money from clients eager to profit from a then-booming commodity cycle.
Over the weekend I pulled in money from our overseas businesses to shore up the bank account and, as soon as I could, I changed banks.
The comfort is that fee rates have been maintained and that the company’s hedging division continues to pull in money from US pension funds that hold non-dollar assets.
The speed at which Texas candidates are pulling in money to pay staff members, buy advertising and spend on other campaign needs is on pace to surpass that of the last election cycle.
Mr. Romney, who had made his nearly $350 million fortune at Bain Capital, a Boston private equity firm, also soon showed he could pull in money for the Games.
While the changes don't include direct revenue-generating features, the more time people spend at YouTube the more they will invariably see or click on ads that pull in money for Google.
Bernie, played once again by Terry Kiser, began his comeback when "Weekend at Bernie's" began pulling in money in theaters and on video, stirring talk of a sequel.
In Britain, the 1980s idea of plural funding, that is funding from a variety of sources, was a great stimulus and pulled in money and support from outside the public sector.
Others say a casino would pull in money that would otherwise be spent in downtown Saratoga, where many businesses still depend on a strong 40-day track season to get them through the rest of the year.
Once funds are big enough, they can pull in money from institutional investors like pension funds and university endowments, which are seeking to invest in larger funds that can easily absorb their capital.
And even though concern for the environment and conservation appear to be rising, especially with the 20th anniversary of Earth Day a week away, there are signs that wildlife checkoffs are not pulling in money the way they once did.
He is suddenly pulling in money — “more on Wednesday than in all of July,” he said in an interview — which has allowed him to open a state headquarters here in New Hampshire, with six paid staff members.
The comments by fund managers came as the Investment Company Institute, a trade group, reported that stock funds continued to pull in money at a rapid rate in October while bond funds saw cash pour out at near-record rates.