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What he did say was, "I am putting money into your business to help your trafficking," a different thing altogether.
For usury and lending upon interest were forbidden by the Church, but trafficking was lawful and permitted.
I saw how easy it was to achieve by social trafficking what men spent lifetimes laboriously to acquire.
The trouble with shifting labor disappeared except for the liquor trafficking that always hounds every camp.
STILL JIMHONOR WILLSIE MORROW
Can anything be imagined more horrible than a free nation trafficking in the blood of its co-citizens?
Others might sail up the Hooghly to Calicut, trafficking with mysterious Indian men.
THE WIND BLOWETHBRIAN OSWALD DONN-BYRNE
Isn't that—excuse me—but isn't it rather like trafficking with one's ideas of right and wrong?
As for the heiresses—I don't believe one word of it, of the succession and transition and trafficking.
In trafficking with us some displayed a disposition to knavery, and the appellation of thieves is certainly applicable to them.
The times were evil: many and various heresies stalked about the land: let her beware of trafficking with them.
THE FIFTH QUEENFORD MADOX FORD

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