much larger sum

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  • Fifty dollars was a much larger sum then than now. ...
  • By writing for the theatre it was possible to earn a much larger sum with much less trouble. ...
  • They made up one hundred and forty-four dollars and gave it to us, which was a much larger sum than we expected to receive. ...
  • They had gotten away with about $500, missing a much larger sum in the safe. ...
  • I think if you look at the books which you have showed me, you will find that many of the accounts show that a much larger sum would require to be repaid. ...
  • Nominally, the shares were worth a much larger sum, but she had found out that nobody else was willing to buy the block. ...
  • The number of schools provided for Japanese is proportionately very much larger than for Koreans, and a much larger sum of money is spent on them. ...
  • Therefore they would not abide by the terms of the consul: instead, they exacted from them a very much larger sum of money than had been promised. ...
  • He has been much, but not justly, blamed for not having sent a much larger sum, and indeed for not having repaid the poet for his songs long before. ...
  • The truth was that the Princess's prompters hoped to obtain from Parliament a much larger sum than was offered by the King. ...
  • "Earlier in the day one of my clients had placed in McBride's hand a much larger sum of money than North expected to receive from him." ...
  • The son absolutely refused to wake his father, to obtain the key, even when the sages in their impatience offered him a much larger sum for the jewel than he had demanded. ...
  • I know you will find by the good man's books that I owe him a much larger sum, but even if I should not owe anything, you could freely command my purse. ...
  • This was a much larger sum than had ever been dreamed of by Julien de Buxieres, whose belongings did not amount in all to three thousand francs. ...
  • He brought with him about half a million of francs, the greater part of which he invested in the French funds; a much larger sum remained in Austrian land and securities. ...
  • I had often lost or won at a single sitting at cards a much larger sum than the one I was now risking in what seemed an excellent business proposition, so that the money involved caused me no uneasiness. ...
  • Many young men, when, upon going to the University, they find in their pockets a much larger sum than they ever possessed before, fancy themselves rich, and at liberty to allow themselves various unnecessary indulgences. ...
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