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    1. They had, however, been scouting out a likely target and had chosen the slightly built young lady with the bulging money belt as the best source of the filthy lucre that they needed to maintain their lighter fuel and crack cocaine habits

    2. bulging money belt as the best source of the filthy lucre that they

    3. Feed the flock of God which is among you, taking the oversight thereof, not by constraint, but willingly; not for filthy lucre, but of a ready mind; (3) Neither as being lords over God's heritage, but being ensamples to the flock

    4. windfall lucre had changed their lives

    5. Twenty minutes on stage and home in bed by ten-thirty having earned as much untaxed lucre as a week in the classroom – not bad

    6. Krone, marks, yen and all the other versions of filthy lucre

    7. Thus peace is not just against State versus State violence, but against the undertaker's lucre

    8. Not since punk has this happened but, wallowing in Thatcher’s filthy lucre, London can’t deliver

    9. The power of the royal families as they were waning were replaced by the newer power of national banks, moneyed capitalists…money: filthy lucre, capitalist deathsheads: the Jewish Rothschild family intermarrying with English, American and other European families became the shadow controllers of the national economies of Europe and America

    10. So 100 years after the book was written… in a TV series, the truth is yet again whitewashed over> and the true villain of the book: the true enemy of Jim the boy… Long John Silver… who if he had had his way in the book: would have gotten his filthy lucre, and then killed the boy and sailed off without an ounce of remorse… becomes in the TV show… Jim’s closest friend

    11. 'a late famous vicar of Croydon in Surrey,' as the translator thinks) is desirous of being sent thither as a missionary by the High Bishop, 'yea, and that he may himself be made Bishop of Utopia, nothing doubting that he must obtain this Bishopric with suit; and he counteth that a godly suit which proceedeth not of the desire of honour or lucre, but only of a godly zeal

    12. Deaf and blind to every other consideration, to this end they had degraded their intellects by concentrating them upon the minutest details of expense and profit, and for their reward they raked in their harvest of muck and lucre along with the hatred and curses of those they injured in the process

    13. Not, he parenthesised, that for the sake of filthy lucre he need necessarily embrace the lyric platform as a walk in life for any lengthy space of time

    14. Now at the further side of that plain was a little hill called Lucre, and in that hill a silver mine, which some of them that had formerly gone that way, because of the rarity of it, had turned aside to see; but going too near the brink of the pit, the ground being deceitful under them, broke, and they were slain; some also had been maimed there, and could not, to their dying day, be their own men again

    15. A sharer in his lucre; so these do

    16. He’d spent the previous dozen years swelling his firm’s coffers with Central American lucre

    17. Thenceforth, everything was done on a small scale, instead of on a grand scale; for lucre instead of the general good

    18. She was in pursuit of fame, not filthy lucre, and her literary dreams were as yet untainted by mercenary considerations

    19. and eat black bread all one's life to heap up filthy lucre 1 These questions I will consider later

    20. He is not greedy, no, but he must have money, a great deal of money, and you will see how generously, with what scorn of filthy lucre, he will fling it all away in the reckless dissipation of one night

    21. Stanford,) who sits near the Speaker, are a mere counting-house business of pounds, shillings, and pence, or dollars and cents; that, in fact, the spirit of lucre is transferred from the warehouses and counting-rooms of the merchants to the tobacco-fields and cotton plantations of the Southern planters; and that, to such a pitch has the patriotism of the mercantile class risen, that they are really ready to sacrifice one-half of their property for the protection of the Government of their country

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