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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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It’s still really, really, really expensive to send people into space, and those who are not bankrolled by a government or a wealthy company have to pay their own way.
The more cowries were worn, the wealthier the wearer was believed to be.
Riding on the company’s soaring stock price, Musk is now wealthier than Mark Zuckerberg.
Another wide-open race can be found in Kennedy’s old 4th Congressional District, which stretches from wealthy Boston suburbs to working-class cities along the Rhode Island border.
TODAY’S ELECTIONS IN MASSACHUSETTS ARE ANOTHER BIG TEST FOR THE PROGRESSIVE MOVEMENTNATHANIEL RAKICH (NATHANIEL.RAKICH@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)SEPTEMBER 1, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
India’s retail industry has become a racetrack for two of the world’s wealthiest men—and one might well be close to the finish line.
The Swiss bank, the lead underwriter for Luckin’s public offering, launched an internal review though Chief Executive Officer Thomas Gottstein has said it will continue to target China’s wealthy entrepreneurs.
Most people across 14 wealthy countries surveyed by Pew tend to think their country has handled the pandemic well — and in Denmark and Australia that view is near-universal.
One of the fastest-moving shots outside the wealthy world is in Thailand.
Independents outstrip them both, with a full 53 percent believing the vaccine will find its way to the wealthiest nations first.
Initially a neighborhood developed in response to overcrowding, it soon became a popular destination for Boston’s most wealthy families.

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