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fat cat

noun affluent contributor, contributor with deep pockets, moneyed contributor, rich backer, rich connributor, wealthy campaign contributor, wealthy contributor, wealthy donor, wealthy supporter
Associated concepts: campaign finance laws, election laws, limits on campaign contributions, publicly funded campaigns
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Fat Cat and his feline girlfriend, Kitty Cat, both love money and all it can buy, so the game is loaded with their favorite bling.
But wouldn't it be nice if Fat Cat Tuesday could fall just a little later next year?
Brown a month ago and are already receiving great feedback from customers," said Bruce Taub, a former Memphian and president of The Fat Cat Beer Company.
The Fat Cat has been at the forefront of radical changes to the pub industry, constantly innovating in order to satisfy increasingly sophisticated customer demands for food and drink and the atmosphere in which to enjoy it.
Fat Cat managing director Matt Saunders yesterday told the Daily Post it was a very sad day for all those involved with the pub chain.
Fat Cat Gameworks is the collaborative effort of three Game Industry veterans, Chance Wees, Hunter Thomas, and Alisa Christopher.
As far as I am concerned, fat cats should face charges if anyone dies through malnutrition or hypothermia because they can't pay fuel bills.
SECU's FAT CAT coin sorters make it so easy and convenient for us to convert the coin, taking a multi-hour staff process down to an hour or less.
After reading these figures from my end of the telescope, it appears that fat cat salaries have been excluded from the radar.
Having taken over as the head chef at Fat Cat, Wrexham recently, 2010 promises to be an exciting year with their new spring and summer menus as well as Valentines Day special menu.
A NEW home is being sought for a lazy, fat cat that refuses to exercise.
Leave fat cat pay deals to shareholders, says Digby Jones Business chief Digby Jones today gives his backing to action by shareholders to tackle socalled 'fat cat' pay - rather than new laws.