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She was taking money-a disgracefully large amount of money-from Stanley Baird under false pretenses.
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Mr. Gurney, a shrewd and pompous person, was interested in seeing Grieve's son, inquired what he was about, ran over the terms of a letter to himself, which he took out of a drawer, and then, with a little flourish as to his own deserts in the matter of the guardianship of the money-a flourish neither unnatural nor unkindly-handed over to the lad both the letter and a cheque on a London bank, took his receipt, talked a little, but with a blunted memory, about the lad's father, gave him a little general business advice, asked whether his sister was still alive, and bade him good morning.
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Flowers and wax candles were luxuries which must be paid for with ready money-a commodity which was exceedingly scarce in the grandiose Château de Brestalou-but they also were a luxury which could easily be dispensed with, for did not M. le Comte de Cambray set the fashions and give the tone to the whole _département_?
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My Departure for Venice Arrived, for the first time, in the capital of Austria, at the age of eight-and-twenty, well provided with clothes, but rather short of money-a circumstance which made it necessary for me to curtail my expenses until the arrival of the proceeds of a letter of exchange which I had drawn upon M. de Bragadin.
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Luckily, she had no money-a beggarly fifty pound a year!
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So he said he would use two hundred of it, for his house was good enough security for that, and would put the rest at interest till the rightful owner came for it; and on our side we must sign a paper showing how he got the money-a paper to show to the villagers as proof that he had not got out of his troubles dishonestly.
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For though he spent freely, he placed a great value on money-as well he might, seeing it gave him all the distinction which before everything else he prized.
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Being out of work, and very firm in his resolution never to drink again, we lent him some money-a very little-with which to keep along a few days, on which he got drunk immediately, and did fall into the hands of the police, and was sent to jail as before.
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Will your principles permit you to marry a man without money-a man below you?
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A deep flush covered the girl's face as she saw the money-a flush of annoyance rather than of pleasure.
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Do you know that you are a weak young idiot to come and offer me, a perfect stranger, all that money-a man you have never seen before, and may never see again?
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You offered me your friendship and your money-as a substitute for being your wife.
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He put his hand in his pocket and brought out some money-a lot of pennies and one or two shillings and sixpences and half-a-crown.
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From one to the other were the beggars passed on by Fra Gervasio, and lastly came they back to him, to receive from his hands a piece of money-a grosso, of which he held the bag himself.
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Examples of Money-a

Example #1
How could she hope to sing when her voice could not be relied upon?
Example #2
Was not her throat at that very moment slightly sore?
Example #3
Both were satisfied, and the young man left the office with the cheque lying warm in his pocket, looking slowly and curiously round the shop where his father had earned it, as he walked away.
Example #4
As soon as Mr. Gurney's answer to Reuben's letter came, David took train for London, made his way to the great West-End shop which had employed his father, and saw the partner who had taken charge of Sandy's money for so long.
Example #5
There were no flowers upon the table, and only very few wax candles burned in the ormolu and crystal chandelier overhead.
Example #6
The table was resplendent with the silver so kindly lent by a benevolent and far-seeing king to those of his friends who had not the means of replacing the ancient family treasures filched from them by the revolutionary government.