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1. Fear of crime among Japan's new monied classes is rising rapidly.
2. He must have been a monied gentleman because it was a marvellous house.
3. Monied widowhood is their only nirvana.
4. The monied and women at Davos owe their prosperity to the trading system the WTO oversees.
5. He was going to pick them up out of the gutter and establish them in the monied world where he knew they belonged.
6. Everyone could feel the abnormal strains that were now racking the monied world.
7. High-priced scotch will more likely remain an investment in finer living, and not just for the monied class.
8. As long as political parties are utterly dependent on monied donors, ordinary folks are unlikely to get in the gates.
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9. As housing costs on China's mainland skyrocket -- raising concerns of a property bubble there -- monied buyers are heading abroad, moving into markets that look, in comparison, like a bargain.
10. Hively : I often wish I were Steiglitz who came from a monied background and promoted artists he believed in whether the work sold or not.
11. Some largest new home builders in London are increasingly listing the monied Asian investors as their consumers.
12. When a price was placed on Floyd's head he wrote to Oklahoma's governor, saying: "I have robbed no one but the monied men."
13. When power rested in one man, King Louis, all sorts complained of oppression, and the nobility, middle, and monied men called on the poor to help.
14. But in the end, the car's success may hinge on its exclusive ordering process and scarcity -- a tactic meant to boost the carmaker's image with the monied ultra-luxury set.
15. In Jordan, where they once were top dogs, they have staged protests against a monied, urbanised Palestinian elite.
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