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something won (especially money)


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Large or small, the railroad always gets my profits.
And your branch store absorbed the profits of the three small ones.
Then the business game is to make profits out of others, and to prevent others from making profits out of you.
Yes, that's it, except that we do not object to the others making profits so long as they are not extortionate.
By extortionate you mean large; yet you do not object to making large profits yourself?
So the Trust took your profits away from you," Ernest said, "and you’ve gone into politics in order to legislate the Trust out of existence and get the profits back?
In the midst of your own profit- making along comes the trust and takes your profits away from you.
You see the powerful interests rising and growing more powerful day by day; you feel their mailed hands descending upon your profits and taking a pinch here and a pinch there--the railroad trust, the oil trust, the steel trust, the coal trust; and you know that in the end they will destroy you, take away from you the last per cent of your little profits.
I put these considerations, as frankly as usual, to Miss Vanstone; offering to write the Entertainment, to manage all the business, and to share the profits.
Then, to raise money to reach England, I had to borrow from a man named Da Souza, and afterwards, in London, to start the Company, I had to make him my partner in the profits of the concession.
As it was, nobody having reason to complain of unjustly-diminished wages, nobody cared about any preferences in which profit was not involved.
The passengers, once on shore, were disposed, as usual, to profit by the occasion.
Of course, of course,' replied the undertaker; 'and if I don't get a profit upon this or that particular article, why, I make it up in the long-run, you see--he
Every student does not profit by a great teacher; but perhaps no young man ever came under the influence of Dr.
Such a student, if he be bright, will profit more by an experience like this than he could profit by all the books on sociology and economics that ever were written.