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Haul

A slang term for a profit, especially the profit from a single project as opposed to that for the whole company.
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I don’t know, Benjamin,” returned the sheriff; “a haul of one thousand Otsego bass, without counting pike, pickerel, perch, bull- pouts, salmon-trouts, and suckers, is no bad fishing, let me tell you.
I reckoned that the haul had brought in more than nine hundredweight of fish.
A FISHERMAN, engaged in his calling, made a very successful cast and captured a great haul of fish.
One whole duke and six dukelets; why, Sandy, it was an elegant haul.