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 Current Search - money in A Farewell to Arms
1  That's where the money comes from.
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2  My money was wet but was all right.
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3  "I have no Swiss money yet," I said.
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4  But we had passports and we would spend the money.
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5  "There is money in my pocket," I said to the porter.
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6  That meant he paid less than even money on a ten-lira bet.
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7  To the Gran Italia, I said, where I will borrow money from George.
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8  I gave them money for platform tickets and had them take my baggage.
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9  One evening I was short of money and George loaned me a hundred lire.
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10  They looked back as though they were afraid I might take the money back.
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11  They questioned us but they were polite because we had passports and money.
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12  They did not understand but they held the money tightly and started down the road.
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13  Even if they had education or money men like Passini would not wish to be officers.
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14  Like bridge you had to pretend you were playing for money or playing for some stakes.
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15  Before I put on my coat I cut the cloth stars off my sleeves and put them in the inside pocket with my money.
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  In BOOK 3: 31
16  I took off my coat, took my wallet with my papers and my money all wet in it out of the inside pocket and then wrung the coat out.
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17  Later I slept on the floor of the corridor; first putting my pocket-book with my money and papers in it inside my shirt and trousers so that it was inside the leg of my breeches.
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  In BOOK 2: 24
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