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fame and fortune

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  • If I hadn’t been thin when I first stepped on a comedy stage, all the fame and fortune which allowed me to buy my own nut farm in Hawaii and drive all over it in my fabulous Kawasaki Mule with my little grandsons never would have happened.

    Roseanne Archy

  • Not only was his own rise to fame and fortune unprecedently rapid, but he became the founder of a family many of whose members have since played a distinguished part in the public and social life of the country.

    Charles Philip Yorke, Fourth Earl of Hardwicke, Vice-Admiral R.N.

  • Trimolet still thought well of the arrangement, though, and agreed, if Meissonier would support him, to secure fame and fortune for them both.

    Little Journeys to the Homes of Eminent Painters

  • So Jamie Rowe said no to the fame and fortune that RATT offered and chose to remain faithful to his first calling in Christ.10

    The Courage To Be Christian

  • Tax cheating may bring you fame and fortune as in the case of Billie Sol Estes, who claimed tax deductions for nonexistent Texas grain bins, but jail and other legal penalties always outweigh the fame and can cost you your fortune.

    MORE WEALTH WITHOUT RISK

  • 110 The minister, whose fame and fortune depended on the prosperity of the state, was accused of betraying Italy to the Barbarians; whom he repeatedly vanquished at Pollentia, at Verona, and before the walls of Florence.

    The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire

  • They compared the fame and fortune of Belisarius with the weakness of their ill — fated king; and the comparison suggested an extraordinary project, to which Vitiges, with apparent resignation, was compelled to acquiesce.

    The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire

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