“I remember that what we call our fortunes, good or ill, are but the wise dealings and distributions of a”
“Here the artist presents Marxism Today, an installation following the uncertain fortunes of Marxist-Leninist teachers from the former communist East Germany.”
“Generations ago, industrialists and financiers extracted fortunes from the copper and gold mines dug into the canyons near here.”
“The next few weeks and months could be critical—for both the government's longer-term fortunes and Mr. Gandhi's own political future—with key tests in Parliament and a series of state elections early next year.”
“As consumers, we benefit as innovators make personal fortunes from the exceptional execution of these shared ideas.”
“To say it was not an effort to improve their own fortunes is asking too much of a set of men who have carefully used political influence and control to commandeer the most important resources of their time.”
“To answer your question as a critic and not a novelist, the most obvious difference between England circa 1910 and England now is that the sudden drop in fortunes that Leonard Bast experiencesthe free-fall from simply "working-class" to "economic and social oblivion" is not quite as swift nor as absolute as it used to be.”
“He said the fates of Italy and Spain are intertwined, and integral to the euro's near-term fortunes.”
“The blood of our sons and daughters fighting over the years to give Donald Trump the freedom to amass his fortunes is desicrated by his lying loyalty to this foreign lover of terrorists.”
“The Senate there instead of being elected for a term of six years, and of being unconfined to particular families or fortunes, is an hereditary assembly of opulent nobles.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘fortunes’.
by the Pogues, on the LP "Rum, Sodomy, and the Lash." Lyrics copyright 1985 P. Gaston (according to the Pogues website).
The canals and the bridges, the embankments and cuts,
Looking for tweets for fortunes.