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  • v. To pay (usually a bill, debt or due).

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  • v. give reluctantly


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  • So every mother's son and daughter that gits a squint at that paper to-night got to pony up five cups of sugar.

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  • A privileged few had won the seating lottery and each had managed to pony up the obscene cost of the tickets that would enable them to attend the opening-night ceremonies of the 2002

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