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“They were to make perpetual vows, observe choir, and spend some six or seven hours daily in spiritual exercises and about three weeks altogether in strict retreat; the midsummer retreat proper covering eight full days, a triduum occupying the last three days of each year, and the first Sunday of every month except two being devoted in silence to a preparation for death.”
“She fasts from all flesh-meat during these twenty-five days, and continues to do this for five days in every month all her life.”
“My rifle and traps furnish all I need for meat, and the peltries my other little wants, such as powder, lead, coffee, salt, and a little dram when I run down here every month or two to see you town fellows.”
“Preston, of the shockingly expensive tailored suits, hundred-dollar haircuts, and specially mixed cologne that cost more for two ounces than most people paid every month on their mortgages, was the epitome of the high-powered, high-rolling, high-salaried corporate executive;”
“France alone needed to import 1.5 million tons of coal every month and cross-Channel colliers made 800 round-trips a month.”
“Before the moment I spotted Betty, I always had thought they made up those pathetic-looking kids in the magazine ads that ask people to send money to a foreign country every month so someone can eat or afford soap.”
“Mr. Danby says he can't make money from it, but I show him the books every month, and every month he's got profit coming in.”
“Last year when his relations had poured over the border in the exodus, he had sent them all down to the consulate on a roster basis, every month a different name and different story, to join the constant and evergrowing band of rice Christians or, to be more exact, rice non-Communists.”
“The other members of the group were busy too, for they had just for the first time secured an organ in the press in the Journal de l'Agriculture du Commerce et des Finances, of which their youngest convert, Dupont de Nemours, was made editor in June 1765, and in which Quesnay himself wrote an article almost every month till Dupont's dismissal in November 1766.”
“Again my mother did such outside sewing as she could secure, yet with every month of our effort the gulf between our income and our expenses grew wider, and the price of the bare necessities of exisence climbed up and up.”
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