Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A changer of money; a money-broker.
“Jesus was no reformer content to tidy things up around the edges, he was a Truth-speaking liberator who aimed for nothing less than overturning the money-changer tables of the corrupted human heart.”
“I 'm not going to vote — I don' t care," said one man, a money-changer with a shop in downtown Yangon.”
“Over single-malt scotch and the finest Havana cigars, Lopez acknowledged for the first time that he was not just a money-changer but also a major drug lord.”
“I want to follow the Messiah who kicked money-changer butt, the Savior who teaches redemption through war, the Lamb who hates the Gay and the unbeliever, the Redeemer who packs heat, the Lord who commanded she bears to eat the 40 children who called His prophet, Mr. "bald head.”
“So they carried him to the money-changer, who paid him the money, and returned with him to their master, whom they found mounted on a dapple she-mule worth a thousand dinars, with Mamelukes and pages about him, and by his side another mule like his own, saddled and bridled.”
“The young lady dismounted and entered the house, bidding me sit down on the bench at the gate, till the money-changer should arrive.”
“Now they want a cut in mp3 sales in Japan … LOL … those “money-changer” (aka RIAA/MPAA) fu@kers never stop do they?!!!!”
“The greffier turned round to old Solomon, a money-changer, who had one or two clients in the prisn, and hapnd luckily to be there.”
“Aside from Rep. Ron Paul, which "Christian" legislator is going to lead the charge on the money-changer tables?”
“Thanks to all of those who corrected me about my money-lender/money-changer mistake.”
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