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History is littered with cities that took on either general debt or project debt to build something, and that money then ended up in the pockets of mayors and alderman and unions and cronies.
Cohen and his cronies always make sure that it’s socially acceptable to laugh at his American targets.
Perhaps more interesting than the straight-up fraud perpetrated by King and his cronies is the history of the entire country of Liberia.
"God bless me, crony; we ought to do these fine things and yet stay Catholics," cried the jeweller.
CATHERINE DE' MEDICIHONORE DE BALZAC
He had known something of the Erringtons for many years, having been a crony of old Maxfield's once upon a time.
A CHARMING FELLOW, VOLUME II (OF 3)FRANCES ELEANOR TROLLOPE
I think every family should have a dog; it is like having a perpetual baby; it is the plaything and crony of the whole house.
SPARE HOURSJOHN BROWN
It is something that happened to—Tom Wyld, an old crony of mine out on the other side.
A COUNTRY GENTLEMAN AND HIS FAMILYMRS. (MARGARET) OLIPHANT
But I take it that it is more likely to be some crony of the landladys.
“I think you dropped this,” murmured the crony of Langridge.
THE WINNING TOUCHDOWNLESTER CHADWICK
Lucy had only time for a whisper—a last injunction—to her faithful crony.
HUSKSMARION HARLAND

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