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America is a lovely place to be, if you are here to earn money.
If you want to earn money, America is the best.
Do you need me to give you some money?
This day was just a waste of time and money.
Don't think about leaving money for your kids, use it all up and enjoy yourself with flair.
Apparently in this library are precious books that money can't buy.
Say that work is 8 hours, it feels like the three hour commute time is also work but you don't get any money for it. What a waste.
As I don't have the money, it'll just be a short trip.
Wha? Study, reflexes, all the parameters are MAX! You've even saved money up to the limit ... Amazing.
Y'know we're short of money to have fun and ... Well to be blunt, gimme!
The old man tried to hide his money under the ground.
Conscientiously save money for one's old age.
To my dismay I found I had lost my money.
The workers demanded more money and holidays.
Yoshiki was hard up and asked Goro to lend him 20,000 yen.
Do you have adequate money for the trip?
Do you have enough money for the trip?
Can you account for all the money you spent on your trip?
Someone has robbed us of all our money during our absence.
I am saving money in order to study abroad.

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