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  • William Baumol tells of Mises saying, "Vat is dee Austrian School bat me und Hayek?"

    Edmund S. Phelps - Autobiography

  • Of course, with advancements in Vat-Grown Meat (tm) it’s probably only a matter of time before a lot of our low-grade meat consumption becomes perfectly guilt free.

    With Enemies Like These…

  • So I went to the Old Vat, which is today's Arena, and they had regional theater.

    Robert and Arlene Kogod, Jaylee and Gilbert Mead donated millions to D.C. arts

  • At the beginning of this month, the price of petrol hit a record level when duty was increased along with Vat, which is levied on fuel.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • This was a hard thing to do because if he was busy in the store he would not leave and if he wasn't busy, he would say to me, 'Vat's de use of buying, Maircus?

    Tales of the Road

  • Nobody else knows aboud dis treasures, und ve got it all for ourselves -- ve four und no more, und you say, 'Vat's der hurry?'

    The Man from Brodney's

  • The price for each day is £117.50 inclusive of something called "Vat," which I can only hope is a huge cauldron or such of ale.

    Strobist

  • The price for each day is £117.50 inclusive of something called "Vat," which I can only hope is a huge cauldron or such of ale.

    Strobist

  • "Vat," said His Majesty, meditatively, "is a 'parkle cwown, like what I will wear when I go to heaven.

    Indian Tales

  • "Vat," he would exclaim to some new boy fresh from some grammar-school on the Etonian system -- "Vat do you mean by dranslating Zeus Jupiter?

    The Caxtons — Volume 02

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