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The gains to be made were so large and so easily obtained, that men were ready to run the risk of the punishment.

LockeThomas Fowler

That gives you an idea of Moriarty's gains and of the scale on which he works.

The Valley of FearSir Arthur Conan Doyle

The victory he gains is that of one who will be true at all hazards.

The gains of alien merchants were looked upon more unfavourably than those of English merchants.

Their gains are occult curses; comfortless loss their truest blessing; failure and pain Nature's only mercy to them.

But ill luck still pursues him; he becomes excessively fat, and gains a belly of most aldermanic proportions.

The delicate little Catherine, the only one for whom we had any serious alarm, gains ground daily.

She gains a mastery over your sterner nature by very contrast, and wins you unwittingly to her lightest wish.

Dream LifeDonald G. Mitchell

His gains in the capacity of dramatist formed the smaller source of income.

Certain gains there may have been in the eighteenth century, but these gains were more than counterbalanced by losses.

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