rake off


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Related to rake off: Off the rack, raked over
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Most of them get a rake off from the spending they recommend, whether it be for purchasing TV time or producing commercials or providing direct mail or phone bank services.
Before we could put the fertiliser down we needed to rake off all the leaves that had fallen from the pleached limes over the weekend.
The theory is simple - buy a property, often on mortgage, and let it out, using the income to pay off the borrowing and rake off a bit of extra income while at the same time having someone else pay for a rapidly appreciating asset.
The more complex part is to rake off and get it up in the air, he said, "but staying in the air is nor that difficult, if you know where all the instruments are, and which ones you are going to pay attention to.
They're being ripped off by landlords who deliberately keep insurance premiums high so that they can rake off commission.
The system works in Australia, where no obvious social evils have ensued, to the great advantage of their racing-and also to the great advantage of their government, which naturally takes its rake off from turnover.
A central register will now hunt crooks who rake off housing cash aid.