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|21 The distribution of wealth in society If you know how rich you are, you are not |
rich. But me, I am not aware of the extent of my wealth. That's how rich we are.
Imelda Marcos, former First Lady of the Philippines. That income and wealth is
|If you know how rich you are, you are not rich. But me, I am not aware of the |
extent of my wealth. That's how rich we are. – Imelda Marcos We will get to the
truth. That's what we're all asking for. – Corazon Aquino Introduction: there for the
|But I should doubt Colonel Lenox is aware to the full extent of the risk his wife is |
running, and which indeed terrifies me Tery much. Perhaps you are not aware
that he has been out of town for the last ten days, and is not expected to return till
next ... Perhaps not. I did not know that he had been so long out of town. I have
judged him hastily, I see. Indeed, I cannot ... those things that surprises me This
man is excessively, incalculably rich, I am told ; but, then, how has he made his
|But why were they trusted when it was well known that all those people who were |
considered rich at that time were ... If you will take the returns of the money which
came into Bombay during 1863-64 and 1864— 65 you will find that it was ... No, I
am not. 641. You are not aware that previously, viz., on the 16th December 1864,
which was in your time, the same ... I cannot call it to my recollection. ... Other
people, I dare say, would be better able to speak of what his wealth -was than I
Erick San Juan - 1998 - Snippet view
|Imelda and the We Forum Series In her latest political charade designed to |
capture the attention of voters in the 1998 presidential elections, Madam Imelda
Marcos told a press forum: "If you know how rich you are, you are not rich. But me
, I am ...
|... was Mt. Apo, the country's highest peak, which was struck by several grassfires |
in February. trailing in a field of nine major candidates. "If you know how rich you
are, you are not rich," the widow of dictator Ferdinand Marcos said. "But me ...
|Kxcuse me, that the Mercury Who carries letters oft for me, I, in my haste, the |
other day, Forgot to charge the post to ... I know politeness must belong, Of
course, to every son of song ; Yet I'm aware that editors Are forced to add the ...
But, pshaw I I hate apologies — A word's sufficient to the wise, □lis for the sake
of rhyme, not reason, I send you this excuse in season. ... luxuriant beauty to the
breeze, and the river comes winding in among the rich clover fields and around
the lonely hills, ...
|On observation, however, it appeared to me that the features of my fellow-|
traveller did not bear upon them that impression of cuteness ... despairing, yet
restless look that we see in a tra ed rat. “ How you talk, talk, talk!" she sai ,
indignantly. “ But—" I remonstrated. “ Are you mad? ... I thought; and I began to
speculate who and what she could be, and how she came to be travelling alone.
... I am quite convinced that if the struggle had lastod three minutes longer I must
have given way.
|had become themselves as high, noble, and wealthy as many of the proudest in |
the land. ... “Did you not tell me—" "That she placed her hand at my disposal—
yes,” intemipted Mr. Walter, “but that does not bind me to Mr. ... This has been the
aim and plan of my life, and 1 am least of all likely to swerve from it now. ... What if
the lady had considerable wealth ? ... in a state of great perturbation and
excitement, inasmuch thst he rememborcd that he had been gambling to a
serious extent; ...