pony up

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give reluctantly

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That changed in 1994 when Congress handed the bookstores over to the Army and Air Forces Exchange Services, which run the base PXs, and instructed the Pentagon to pony up one-third of the paper's roughly $36 million budget--keeping Stripes in business, but giving the brass new leverage even as the paper was becoming wholly civilian run.
Industry observers will be closely monitoring the effort to see if consumers are prepared to pony up their cash to write a letter or use a spreadsheet.
The Dutch Film Fund, Holland's chief film subsidy arm, will pony up as much as $25,000 in matching funds earmarked only for marketing and promotion if producers match the amount.