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31, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Jennifer Lawrence has been voted the Top Money-Making Star of 2013 in Quigley Publishing Company's 82nd Annual Poll.
Addressing students at Pune's Fergusson College, Modi said: "Education has become a money-making business.
EVEN Alan Sugar would have admired the money-making skills of 16 Teesside apprentices.
Both of us have turned down huge money-making opportunities because family is more important.
Greed and easy money-making fever has gripped Bahrain severely.
The Public and Commercial Services (PCS) Union says HMP Rye Hill, near Rugby, is a money-making operation which does not want crime to go down.
Summary: The Government should promote money-making sites such as eBay to drive poorer people online, according to a consumer watchdog.
Mr Phillips said: "The people and businesses I have spoken to recently agree as I do that it is seen as a money-making parking scheme.
Yet the money-making lines operated by NHS Direct and some GPs and dentists are effectively charging for advice and treatment.
Conference co-chairs Guy Crossley and Phil Ash promise "a whole herd of fresh faces with money-making insights.
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As an accountant I know that if I factor in all the courses I've taken and the instruments I've bought"--not to mention the full recording studio in his basement--"music is not a money-making proposition.