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All that he can get by raising his rents, is more luxury in his own house.

Awhile ago marriage meant only more luxury and less worry about money.

Argal, the more luxury among the rich the more money in the pockets of the poor.

Now there are changed ways and more luxury and a new day—less simpleness; but not among the good people we have left.

The ancients had more liberty and seriousness; the moderns have more luxury and laughter.

But this I can see—that Greece will not have more luxury without more poverty.