for every sovereign told another--there would not be one piece of money in all the heap which wouldn't represent ten thousand mean and paltry lies, told, not by the money-lender
, oh no
The Black Hawk money-lender
who held mortgages on Peter's livestock was there, and he bought in the sale notes at about fifty cents on the dollar.
I say,' began the money-lender
, pursing his lips, 'that there is not one rule of right living which these te-rains do not cause as to break.
It was the feeling--half hope, half fear--that Angus Baird might still be on our trail--that some more immediate and less cold-blooded way of dealing with him might result from a sudden encounter between the money-lender
To talk of the soul of a money-lender
in a beast that never had the courage of a jackal is child's talk.
HIGGINS [glancing at the billet-doux] Money-lender
Third, and last," said Sergeant Cuff, "you will, sooner or later, hear something of that money-lender
in London, whom I have twice taken the liberty of mentioning already.
He expressed the confidence that people would fully cooperate with police and administration in crackdown against such ruthless money-lenders
, as he said, it was ugly business based on human and social exploitation and this reminded us of the era of slavery.
have been so-called because of the manner by which they lend: A person borrows P5 over a period of one month, and he must repay the lender P6, which includes the one peso interest.
com As the economic crisis bites, needy people are taking loans from money-lenders
at exorbitant rates at the expense of their vital documents and landing in debt trap.
He didn't throw money-lenders
out of temples or mock the rich for having less chance of entering his father's house than a camel getting its jacksie through a needle's eye.
THE boss of a payday loan giant has been paid nearly PS14million in three years as hard-up Brits turn to money-lenders
Some are even duped and cornered by employers and money-lenders
who withhold passports and slap cases against them.