Nabob's calculation is short, but "as rich as a Nabob" in error.
His father, the brewer, died, and he became possessor of a nabob's fortune.
A great change had come over the Nabob both externally and internally.
First of all, the Nabob offered it to the heydukes one by one.
And thus he not only filled himself, but satisfied the Nabob also.
And now the Nabob lay down for another little snatch of slumber.
He had expected the Nabob to be enraged, not rejoiced at the news.
She will be the light of the harem of a nabob with many tails.
I have promised the Nabob to present him to the duke, just as, formerly, I presented you.
For them, every rich foreigner is a nabob, no matter whence he comes.