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megabucks

A lot of money!
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"We play very casually, and usually I just buy the Megabucks tickets because it's Oregon's Game," Michelle Sutherland said in a news release from the lottery.
People magazine (http://www.people.com/article/hawaii-woman-wynn-las-vegas-jackpot-penny-slot?xid=socialflow_twitter_peoplemag) reported that the biggest ever jackpot recorded was when a 25-year-old from Los Angeles fed $100 into a Megabucks machine, winning a total of $40 million at the Excalibur hotel in March 2003.
The last winner on a Megabucks slot machine was in December 2014 when a Las Vegas man won $14.3 million at Rampart Casino, according to the Associated Press.
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London, Sept 01 ( ANI ): Cheryl Cole has been offered megabucks to bare her new "bum rose tattoo" on screen.
But a breakdown in negotiations with the megabucks Manchester side saw frustrated Swans officials formally reject the second offer for the 23-year-old - and threaten to pull the plug on the deal completely.
"I am going to buy a NH Megabucks ticket today and on the back I will write PAY TO THE ORDER OF THE NH STATE TREASURER.
In these hard times of belt tightening and making do, it's high time someone reminded the BBC that's it's our money they are frittering away and, if only for appearance sake, they should at least look as if they know what they are doing with it, even when, in the case of Mr Megabucks Ross, they clearly don't.
THE Scoop6 yesterday proved beyond punters for the third successive week and, with the Tote planning to stage three special midweek Scoop6s between now and Saturday, a winner of the bet on Lockinge day could be in line for megabucks, writes Paul Eacott.
"A high-profile soccer venture with a Hollywood superstar would also give him back some of the credibility he surely feelsA he lost after fleeing prest-igious Real Madrid for a megabucks deal in the US."
His pounds 8,000-aweek deal is megabucks compared to the average pounds 150-a-month in his home town of Struga.
He'll have megabucks to console him - estimates of his pay-off vary from pounds 12 to pounds 20m - but who will be left to entertain us with sayings such as: "There is no shame in defeat.