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1 Investors were storing up a lot of cash in anticipation of disaster.
2 They took cash in lieu of the prize they had won.
3 You may cash in this cheque at all times and all places.
4 You'll need some cash in local currency but you can also use your credit card.
5 This business generates cash in prodigious amounts.
6 He did not cash in his shares.
7 Cash in any remaining travellers' cheques when you return.
8 Daft old bat. What's she keeping all that cash in the house for?
9 He says he wants cash in advance before he'll do the job.
10 Sensation - seeking newspapers tried to cash in on her misery.
11 She has tied up her cash in the stock market.
12 The record company was trying to cash in on her fame by releasing early teenage recordings.
13 She got £25 in cash in her first wage packet.
14 Nowadays we can use plastic instead of cash in many places buying things.
15 I keep running in to pay cash in trickles.
16 He had about $150 in cash in his wallet.
17 Maybe they should cash in chips now.
18 If your team wins the tournament, you cash in.
19 Worst still, she was planning to cash in on Ivor's insurance policies.
20 George Bush could now cash in on the country's post-war confidence by launching another war on the black home-front.
21 Van Poppel, the former phenom, has yet to cash in on his vast potential.
22 The new law means video pirates can no longer cash in by selling illegal copies.
23 Manufacturers are rubbing their hands with glee as they prepare to cash in.
24 Suddenly two masked gunmen burst into the shop and demanded all the cash in the till.
25 Track days are big business,[www.Sentencedict.com] and the circuits are keen to cash in on this growing area of classic car ownership.
26 Like many old people he ignored advice not to keep cash in his home.
27 Just a room for occasional use over a few months, cash in advance of course, sorry no baby-sitting.
28 Marketable securities, accounts receivable, and inventories are continually being converted into cash in the normal course of business.
29 Some folk may be tempted to stay on the sidelines and keep cash in the bank or building society.
30 Small and large breeders have sprung up worldwide, anxious to cash in on escalating demand.
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