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moneybags

n. a nickname for a wealthy person. When you get to be a big moneybags, don’t forget those you left behind.
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My co-worker was carrying the moneybag when the defendants attacked us.
20am yesterday, he dropped the moneybag after the worker grabbed it.
BIG BUCKS has more than 775,000 MONEYBAG automatic-win prizes in the game with over $6 million in prizes of $100 and above.
In addition to participating in the Moneybag Sweepstakes, the three customers will also be treated to a nights stay at the Westin Hotel before the event and a special dinner in their honor at a local restaurant as guests of Firstar Bank.
Lucky Christopher McLernon, below, is another cash winner with Moneybags.
No wonder Cherie Blair looks stunned - she's just found out that today we're DOUBLING YOUR MONEYBAGS.
MONEYBAGS French outfit Paris Saint-Germain will be back for Everton's Seamus Coleman in the January transfer window.
Police found PS200,000 in cash when they searched the house of Paterson, who was dubbed Madam Moneybags.
RUMOURS persist that Paris St-Germain are looking for a new manager to replace under-fire Antoine Kombouare, but the moneybags of French football are odds-on to be crowned Ligue 1 champions, writes Mark Langdon.
Chris Hughton's spirited side ultimately had little answer to Roberto Mancini's outfit as moneybags Manchester City marched into the last 16.
Back in the summer, Arsene Wenger rejected a move to moneybags Paris St Germain on the principle he had never before broken a contract.
Moneybags is picking up the cost of the equipment, what can go wrong?
It is believed that Yakubu's pounds 35,000-a-week wage demands proved too rich for the moneybags Championship side.
MONEYBAGS Crawley Town were knocked off the top of the table after visiting Newport County beat them 3-2, Darryl Knights got the winner just after half-time.
BBC1, 9pm There are few things more exciting than hearing some demented granny tell you that your great-granddad had a fling with a minor royal and that you're descended from a certain somebody called Maurice Moneybags.