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If my slave should find it when he comes, and should bring it to Delagoa, let my friend (name illegible) bring the matter to the knowledge of the king, that he may send an army which, if they live through the desert and the mountains, and can overcome the brave Kukuanes and their devilish arts, to which end many priests should be brought, will make him the richest king since Solomon.
Fitted up, within and without, with the richest materials that De Guiche had been able to procure in Havre, they completely encircled the Hotel de Ville.
The sulphur coating of that island was gaudy in the extreme--all mingled together in the richest confusion were red, blue, brown, black, yellow, white--I do not know that there was a color, or shade of a color, or combination of colors, unrepresented--and when the sun burst through the morning mists and fired this tinted magnificence, it topped imperial Vesuvius like a jeweled crown!
Miss Morstan, could we secure her rights, would change from a needy governess to the richest heiress in England.
And now one of the richest known accumulations of fossil mammals belongs to the middle of the secondary series; and one true mammal has been discovered in the new red sandstone at nearly the commencement of this great series.
The financial crisis of 2008-09 caused carnage among racing's richest owners, and the threshold for inclusion in the Rich List top 1,000 plummeted from pounds 80m to pounds 55m last year, but this time it has risen to pounds 63m.
Mr Hicks had been ranked 701st richest man in the world by Forbes in 2009.
Northwestern Bulgaria, the poorest EU region, is seven times poorer than Inner London, which is the richest, according to Eurostat data.
A man from Skopje trading on the Stock Exchange became the richest person in Macedonia in 2008.
Byline: QPR shareholder Lakshmi Mittal is the richest man in British football, according to new research.
The Richest Kids in America" tells the story of many young kids who took business into their own hands to earn a great deal of money, more than others make in their entire lives before the young age of eighteen.
After 13 years at the top, Microsoft founder Bill Gates is no longer the richest man in the world.