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1  It was I who procured the money.
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2  You might give me money, Torvald.
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3  I never said I had borrowed the money.
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4  Still, you know, we can't spend money recklessly.
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5  But it cost a tremendous lot of money, Christine.
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6  Well, then I have found other ways of earning money.
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7  We have not been in a position for me to waste money.
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8  I have no father to give me money for a journey, Nora.
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9  No, not only what one needs, but heaps and heaps of money.
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10  Yes, and in emergencies like that it is lucky to have the money.
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11  If that were to happen, I don't suppose I should care whether I owed money or not.
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12  Yes; you see we had money then, and the doctors insisted on our going, so we started a month later.
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13  I have not been able to put aside much from my housekeeping money, for Torvald must have a good table.
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14  You always find some new way of wheedling money out of me, and, as soon as you have got it, it seems to melt in your hands.
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15  Indeed it is--that is to say, if you were really to save out of the money I give you, and then really buy something for yourself.
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16  Whenever Torvald has given me money for new dresses and such things, I have never spent more than half of it; I have always bought the simplest and cheapest things.
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17  You see, he had to make money every way he could, and he worked early and late; but he couldn't stand it, and fell dreadfully ill, and the doctors said it was necessary for him to go south.
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