What we are talking about is quite expensive: They have plans for two more hotels. Bring money. Breakfast for two, without champagne, can run to $50 or $60 (1970s+)
This is largely due to live regiments which are stationed there and which bring money into the town.
It was painted by a famous Englishman and kept because it might bring money some day.
If the eggs cannot be had, they can bring money, only let them make haste, as day-break is near and the road is long.
Let us provide for ourselves and for other people, and bring money to the town.
When she had eaten he discovered that he had forgotten to bring money.
An invention successful enough to bring money in to the inventor—that is not all.
And a knocker between its panels which may bring money some day.
I bring money to you from the coffers of the rich malcontents.
To draw a crowded house and bring money to the treasury was the only aim.
Well; but what if I bring money for the stores sent on board?