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  • n  a drawstring bag for holding money

  • When company paymasters opened the moneybag, they found only bricks and old newspapers.
  • On the public criticism of his stormtroopers' sex life said the Realmleader: ''I'd a lot rather my good SA men took the pretty women than that some fat-bellied moneybag should .
  • He feels pity for a twitchily neurotic moneybag (Ruth White), for his loyal secretary (Agnes Moorehead), and for a lonely press-maligned monopolist (Henry Daniell).

  • Gene Simmons in Vegas Pop
    Gene told me: "I have owned the trademark MONEYBAG logo for over 25 years. I have used it on my magazines, book imprint, record company and a few other areas. Until I met Jason Dussault, I held off on really going out into the marketplace in the...

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