sleeping partner


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sleeping partner

a partner in a business who does not play an active role, esp one who supplies capital
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Fifty-eight percent of those with sleeping partners say it is the hardest environmental factor to compromise on with their partner.
When asked what the hardest compromise with their sleeping partner was, the most common response was room temperature (31 percent).
BOOKMAKER OF THE YEAR: All of them who stand up and bet on a racecourse all year round even though they now have a sleeping partner in Betfair.
He was a leading administrator, won Classics with Blue Peter, Ocean Swell, Sleeping Partner and Sandwich, was a member of the Jockey Club from 1924 as well as being a Jockey Club steward, President of the TBA and captain of Surrey at cricket.
BROOKSIDE: Ron is determined to be more than a sleeping partner in Bar Brookie.
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When bosses parked a van on the roof of their garage as a promotion, they hoped to attract more customers ( not an unwanted new sleeping partner for the business.
A spokesman added: ``We will be selling some land to the developers but the intention is to retain some equity as a sleeping partner.
If so, here are just a few simple suggestions on how to turn that worst nightmare into the ideal sleeping partner.
I've not been the easiest sleeping partner, but I've loved those Friday nights on away trips.
The sleeping partner who had put up the original capital had called a halt to the drain on his resources and the only other employee in the business had not been paid for two months.
Speed dating, sleeping partner, and espresso sex demonstrate that even our sex lives seem to have gone kinetic.