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“Paqu got back to the three-million-dollar shack on Emerald Bay, strapped little Ophelia into one of those baby packs, and hit the treadmill.”
“Places where the very rich could sit and think about their two- or three-million-dollar purchase without being disturbed by the general public.”
“Then again, time was a luxury he could afford for her, along with the three-million-dollar home and the $55,000 Mercedes station wagon she needed to cart the girls to and from private school, piano lessons, ballet, and the seemingly never-ending soccer practices.”
“Harold, escorting a Danish couple interested in buying a three-million-dollar villa.”
“There has been approximately a three-million-dollar cost increase, due mainly to inflation.”
“The three-million-dollar (2.2 million euros) project would involve adopting technologies used in Asia, which produces the vast majority of the world's natural rubber, said Yo Tiemoko, head of the Ivory Coast's national agronomic research centre.”
“The three-million-dollar Boeing 727 they flew into Harare has been forfeited to Zimbabwe.”
“To be honest with you, the day a messenger comes to your house with a three-million-dollar check is a very, very good day indeed.”
“John Casteel was a sharp businessman and he immediately set about clouding the title to his three-million-dollar stand of timber so that Fernandez could not take it over.”
“But I don't think paying off a three-million-dollar debt could qualify as a game, do you? ”
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