You can't make a quick buck from a home truth.
Learn about Afghanistan and Vietnam, the war torn territories you'll be invading to smuggle contraband and make a quick buck.
cowboy tradesmen keen to make a quick buck at the expense of vulnerable customers.
tradesmanbad weather often brings out the cowboy tradesmen keen to make a quick buck at the expense of vulnerable customers.
Despite the massive advertising campaigns of ruthless businesspeople preying on the vulnerabilities of bald people to make a quick buck.
That isn't right, they shouldn't do that just to make a quick buck.
A lot of borrowers believed that real estate prices would just keep going up and that the quick equity they would get in their homes as a result of rising prices would make the homes affordable, or allow them to sell and make a quick buck.
You are looking for business professionals, not quick-buck artists.
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