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1  And a very handsome sum of money too, I think.
Great Expectations By Charles Dickens
Get Context   In Chapter XXXVI
2  If I could have kept him away by paying money, I certainly would have paid money.
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3  Not to mention bearers, all the money that could be spared were wanted for my mother.
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4  He sat astride of the chair when he had pushed the money over, and sat swinging his purse and eyeing Joe.
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5  We spent as much money as we could, and got as little for it as people could make up their minds to give us.
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6  I told her so, and told her that I would spend any money or take any pains to drive him out of that country.
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7  There is already lodged in my hands a sum of money amply sufficient for your suitable education and maintenance.
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8  We became particularly hot upon some boorish sneer of Drummle's, to the effect that we were too free with our money.
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9  "We made the money up this morning, sir," said one of the men, submissively, while the other perused Mr. Jaggers's face.
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10  But I felt that the kiss was given to the coarse common boy as a piece of money might have been, and that it was worth nothing.
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11  As I was saying, Pip, it were my intentions to have had it cut over him; but poetry costs money, cut it how you will, small or large, and it were not done.
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12  It led to my remarking, with more zeal than discretion, that it came with a bad grace from him, to whom Startop had lent money in my presence but a week or so before.
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13  The sound of our pens going refreshed us exceedingly, insomuch that I sometimes found it difficult to distinguish between this edifying business proceeding and actually paying the money.
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14  But I saw him collapse as his master rubbed me out with his hands, and my first decided experience of the stupendous power of money was, that it had morally laid upon his back Trabb's boy.
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15  I soon contracted expensive habits, and began to spend an amount of money that within a few short months I should have thought almost fabulous; but through good and evil I stuck to my books.
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16  In one or two instances there was a difficulty respecting the raising of fees, and then Mr. Wemmick, backing as far as possible from the insufficient money produced, said, "it's no use, my boy."
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17  When Mr. Wemmick had put all the biscuit into the post, and had paid me my money from a cash-box in a safe, the key of which safe he kept somewhere down his back and produced from his coat-collar like an iron-pigtail, we went up stairs.
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