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I have shot along, a whole week on a stretch, and gone millions and millions of miles, through perfect swarms of angels, without ever seeing a single white one, or hearing a word I could understand.
He was a Colonel Sellers whose dream of millions (for the telephone) had come true; and when he died, in 1897, he was rich both in money and in the affection of his friends.
This new world has already enriched the lives of MILLIONS of Americans who are able to compete and win in it.
Above me shone the red eye of Mars holding her awful secret, forty-eight million miles away.
Here Captain Nemo came, according to his wants, to pack up those millions with which he burdened the Nautilus.
Nothing else was talked of; only some said he was worth millions, and others that he did not possess a farthing.
Yes," she added, "two hundred millions; besides sixty millions of odd money
These millions are the king's; it is the king's money I am reckoning.
Xerxes crossed his host of five millions of men on it, and if it had not been purposely destroyed, it would probably have been there yet.
You say that these thirteen millions are found to be wanting in the accounts?
To us it is incomprehensible that millions of Christian men killed and tortured each other either because Napoleon was ambitious or Alexander was firm, or because England's policy was astute or the Duke of Oldenburg wronged.
The possession of millions made little change in him, except that he played the game more passionately.
She had increased by a hundred millions since her awakening.
I amused myself with running over in my mind the sum of the fortunes represented, and it ran well into the hundreds of millions.
The millions of spectators which had beset the peninsula of Florida, would they not rush to meet these sublime adventurers?