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  • funcionária-fantasma, feminine plural funcionárias-fantasmas) ghost employee (a registered employee receiving taxpayers' money without actually working) marajá
    328 bytes (28 words) - 12:38, 19 November 2015
  • use the taxpayers[sic] money without any checking as you're talking about here for what is commonly known as walk-around money or street money? walk
    744 bytes (87 words) - 22:30, 17 January 2016
  • to use the taxpayers money without any checking as you're talking about here for what is commonly known as walk-around money or street money? 1979, United
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  • more money a company has received) — and the only sure way a company can get out from under these new strictures is to give back the taxpayersmoney.
    595 bytes (73 words) - 21:40, 28 January 2016
  • the other taxpayers to continue their taxpayers' journeys. I noticed in this bus a taxpayer with a long taxpayer's neck and whose taxpayer's head bore
    3 KB (208 words) - 20:07, 8 December 2015
  • Wikipedia public purse ‎(plural public purses) Money collected or controlled by the government or taxpayers meant for public use. The public purse should
    595 bytes (43 words) - 16:30, 9 December 2015
  • plural taxes) Money paid to the government other than for transaction-specific goods and services. 2013 May 17, George Monbiot, “Money just makes the
    9 KB (385 words) - 05:10, 31 January 2016
  • they could be sent home and demobilized, saving the U.S. taxpayer an appreciable sum of money. large enough to be estimated; considerable appreciable
    2 KB (148 words) - 02:53, 25 January 2016
  • who is seen as criminally irresponsible, or as extorting bailout money from the taxpayers. 2009 February 15, Andrew Rawnsley, “The cabinet's quarrels are
    2 KB (177 words) - 21:42, 28 January 2016
  • we will continue throwing good money after bad, trying to feed a bottomless pit's insatiable appetite for taxpayer dollars. (an entity or problem
    2 KB (178 words) - 18:01, 22 January 2016
  • quo donations, for which a taxpayer receives something in return, are not deductible. An equal exchange. We had no money so we had to live by quid pro
    3 KB (278 words) - 23:59, 17 January 2016
  • to the cleaners (idiomatic) To take a significant quantity of a person's money or valuables, through overcharging, litigation, unfavorable investing, gambling
    2 KB (175 words) - 23:18, 21 January 2016
  • money lying unclaimed in these fresh hard times and the states, looking for a cut, argue that they have the means to track down bondholding taxpayers
    504 bytes (50 words) - 22:07, 28 January 2016
  • Guardian, George Monbiot's Blog,How scrapping the SDC to save money will cost the taxpayer a fortune Junking it is the definitive false economy: spoiling
    1,001 bytes (129 words) - 22:26, 1 November 2015
  • something, especially money. 2009 February 15, “More Annals of Global Greed Inc.”[1], New York Times: There may be some taxpayer comfort in the fact that
    627 bytes (72 words) - 19:00, 29 January 2016