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Some historians believe that their “private squalor” led to “public opulence,” in the sense that nonlinear buildings can be the perfect inspiration for some pretty creative thoughts.
PARADISE FOUND?NICK FOURIEZOSFEBRUARY 28, 2021OZY
There were hundreds of thousands in France, the most illustrious in rank and opulence, who would join such an army.
Opulence introduced the cultivation of the fine arts, with a taste for literature, and consequently for disputation.
A PHILOSOPHICAL DICTIONARY, VOLUME 1 (OF 10)FRANOIS-MARIE AROUET (AKA VOLTAIRE)
There are beings so dejected—so penurious—that this swearing constitutes their whole store of worldly opulence.
The emigrant from the sandbanks of Cape Cod revels in the profusion of the opulence of Ohio.
Hundreds of families were burned out, and reduced from opulence, or at least competency, to penury.
THE BOYS OF '61CHARLES CARLETON COFFIN.
It is yet but half developed, but no far-seeing mind can form any estimate of its future growth and opulence.
Enterprising venders of all sorts hurried to the new centre of opulence.
Many individuals, however, were no less distinguished for their liberality than their opulence.
She was descended from a Roman family of rank and opulence, and endowed by nature with great personal beauty.

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