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The Rockefellers went into gas and electricity when those industries had developed to the safe investment stage.
His last investment, made shortly before the birth of Miranda (named in a lively hope of favors which never came), was a small farm two miles from Temperance.
It was said that the actual cost of the Bell plant was only one-twenty-fifth of its capital, and that every four cents of investment had thus become a dollar.
Or did they interpret our spurts of fire, the sudden stinging of our shells, our steady investment of their encampment, as we should the furious unanimity of onslaught in a disturbed hive of bees?
So much for the respect in which 'personal property' is held in Typee; how secure an investment of 'real property' may be, I cannot take upon me to say.
At least they were sweetly pretty then; one passed me on the bridge and, I think, smiled; and the other was standing at an open door, making an unremunerative investment of kisses upon a red-faced baby.
It was a sort of investment of good works, which he was effecting in the name of his young brother; it was a stock of good works which he wished to amass in advance for him, in case the little rogue should some day find himself short of that coin, the only sort which is received at the toll-bar of paradise.
In fact, the prisoner was anything but a profitable investment for M.
And now, that day, all the long hours that I had put into careful study, practice and training brought me in two or three minutes a full return upon my investment.
which, as nobody will deny, was a very handsome investment.
Legitimate investment had no place in Daylight's play.
Would it not be a paying investment to put stamps on the huge pile of manuscripts under the table and start them on their travels again?

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