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  • verb Present participle of pony.

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Examples

  • She was wrong in ponying up billions of dollars for Skype, but she was right in her assertion about voice.

    In Europe, VoIP Grows & Grows

  • Not that I especially like the idea of ponying up, but I'm going to take a very deep breath and suggest that this is probably a good idea.

    The LLama Butchers

  • Not that I especially like the idea of ponying up, but I'm going to take a very deep breath and suggest that this is probably a good idea.

    The LLama Butchers

  • Not that I especially like the idea of ponying up, but I'm going to take a very deep breath and suggest that this is probably a good idea.

    The LLama Butchers

  • Others expressed outright scorn at the idea of ponying up four grand for a conference.

    CNET News.com

  • And what if, as a result of not ponying up, they don't take their kids to the doctor for checkups and something goes wrong?

    Jason Salzman: Talk Radio Hosts, Orphanages, and Children's Health Insurance

  • And what if, as a result of not ponying up, they don't take their kids to the doctor for checkups and something goes wrong?

    Jason Salzman: Talk Radio Hosts, Orphanages, and Children's Health Insurance

  • Some people (including me) would object to including Evernote on a list of freeware programs, since the latest versions of both the Mac and Windows versions are now adware (there is a "promo box" complete with third-party ads that can only be closed by ponying up $45 per year for a premium subscription). dre12n

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  • If you ask us, ponying up the extra money for the GPScape version is well worth it — we enjoy exploring the wilderness all while knowing we can get back to our truck without a lot of thinking required.

    Quad 2009 ATV Buyers Guide

  • After New York City's Transport Workers Union lost the right to automatic dues collection in 2007 following an illegal strike, its income fell by more than 35% as many members stopped ponying up.

    What's at Stake in Wisconsin's Budget Battle

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