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financial

adjective ad aerarium pertinens, budgetary, bursal, fiscal, monetary, nummary, pecuniary, sumptuary
Associated concepts: financial institution, financial loss, fiiancial responsibility, financial worth
See also: commercial, fiscal, mercantile, monetary, pecuniary
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Well," said he, "the fact is that I have heard some really extraordinary stories about your financial ability.
Now, since Totski had, of late, been upon terms of great cordiality with Epanchin, which excellent relations were intensified by the fact that they were, so to speak, partners in several financial enterprises, it so happened that the former now put in a friendly request to the general for counsel with regard to the important step he meditated.
During all the financial stress through which the school has passed, his patience and faith in our ultimate success have not left him.
His sense of proportions was altered, his financial triumphs were no longer omnipotent.
He found, with rare and mythical exceptions, that there was no noblesse oblige among the business and financial supermen.
Austria showed herself generous in the midst of her financial crisis.
However, with the removal of financial pressure his natural indolence, increased by the strain of hardships and long-continued over-exertion, asserted itself in spite of his self-reproaches and frequent vows of amendment.
One somehow never thought of de Barral as having any children, or any other home than the offices of the "Orb"; or any other existence, associations or interests than financial.
He proposed to call witnesses to show how the prisoner, a profligate and spendthrift, had been at the end of his financial tether, and had also been carrying on an intrigue with a certain Mrs.
Branca's letter as "small foreign firms;" and they had produced the serious financial crisis in the affairs of the great house in Austin Friars, which had hurried Turlington up to London.
Ye'll make a voyage upon the water very soon, and have a financial loss.
He read another article, too, a financial one, which alluded to Bentham and Mill, and dropped some innuendoes reflecting on the ministry.

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