Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
Rich is folding money, lots of it, and enough for whatever you want.
He was getting married much too quickly and needed folding money in a hurry.
They'll need a new science feature editor pretty soon, and that's real folding money.
I'm just one buck, the least of the folding money denominations.
He'd seen the thick mass of folding money Janet had put in her handbag.
First, there was the problem of turning the Nibelung's gold into folding money.
Many residents, too, have taken to handing out folding money to the bearers.
He's found something he can't buy with folding money and it's eating him to a shell."
Any of you got money on you, real folding money?
"He was as American as folding money and war."
Andrea loves seeing the Coinstar turn her change into what she calls "real folding money."
He pushed the chips and folding money, forty-one dollars' worth, into the center of the table.
"I don't make no special price," he said, but he allows that folding money is preferred.
I gave Mac a thousand dollars in folding money and he looked at it in surprise.
I tucked a dollar's worth of folding money into his lilac-colored palm.
That cracker goes nuts when he sees folding money.
Yesteryear's wallets were intended to be used for more than carrying folding money.
Leybourn was precisely the sort of man to have a lot of folding money instantly available.
It took my best blarney and plenty of folding money to fix it.
He had eighteen dollars in folding money.
Anybody can clap and cheer - but applause worthwhile will be found in a pile of soft, green, folding money.
Rose realized Vic was folding money into the palms of the bartenders as he asked his questions, but to no avail.
Lire to Go It's always convenient to have a little local folding money in your pocket when you land at a foreign destination.
Perhaps an envelope or a cash box with folding money, which a fleeing murderer would surely pause to take with him.
All across the room men slipped their hands into pockets and found only neatly pressed handkerchiefs and folding money.