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1  You can always get money from her.
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2  The young man did not dispute it and took the money.
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3  It is for the recovery of money on an I O U, a writ.
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4  He knew of no end of resources by which to earn money.
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5  You don't pay her money and you won't turn out of the room.
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6  then they would all be without a crust to-morrow except for my money.
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7  He had only thought of money, and so had not prepared a hiding-place.
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8  Once he stood still and counted his money; he found he had thirty copecks.
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9  I am not studying, because I cannot keep myself now, but I shall get money.
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10  And you must be aware that her mother has to raise money on her pension for the journey.
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11  But although we shall be meeting so soon, perhaps I shall send you as much money as I can in a day or two.
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12  Kill her, take her money and with the help of it devote oneself to the service of humanity and the good of all.
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13  "This very quart was bought with her money," Marmeladov declared, addressing himself exclusively to Raskolnikov.
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14  "Sonia wants pomatum too," he said as he walked along the street, and he laughed malignantly--"such smartness costs money.
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15  Sonia, my little darling, had only helped with money 'for the time,' she said, 'it won't do for me to come and see you too often.'
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16  I could kill that damned old woman and make off with her money, I assure you, without the faintest conscience-prick, the student added with warmth.
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17  But while he stood at the railing, still looking angry and bewildered after the retreating carriage, and rubbing his back, he suddenly felt someone thrust money into his hand.
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18  We deceived you then, writing that this money came from Dounia's savings, but that was not so, and now I tell you all about it, because, thank God, things have suddenly changed for the better, and that you may know how Dounia loves you and what a heart she has.
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19  "Twenty to the policeman, three to Nastasya for the letter, so I must have given forty-seven or fifty to the Marmeladovs yesterday," he thought, reckoning it up for some unknown reason, but he soon forgot with what object he had taken the money out of his pocket.
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20  The old woman had already made her will, and Lizaveta knew of it, and by this will she would not get a farthing; nothing but the movables, chairs and so on; all the money was left to a monastery in the province of N----, that prayers might be said for her in perpetuity.
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