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Mine

A slang term in foreign exchange indicating a willingness to buy.
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The earth did not produce it by any help of mine, nor of its own accord.
The Chilian government, or rather the old Spanish law, encourages by every method the searching for mines.
The invariable answer to their half-humorous comment was the necessities of the mine, and the policy of frequenting the company of capitalists, to enlist their support and confidence.
It seemed not so wild a dream -- old as I was, and sombre as I was, and misshapen as I was -- that the simple bliss, which is scattered far and wide, for all mankind to gather up, might yet be mine.
Presently after I will appear in mine own shape, play the courteous knight, rescue the unfortunate and afflicted fair one from the hands of the rude ravishers, conduct her to Front-de-B
loose the falling midnight of your hair, And in those stars, your eyes, let me behold Mine image, as in mirrors.
Her wistful eyes were gazing into mine continually.
I dare say he was glad of mine, for he was otherwise quite alone in the village, or had no companionship outside of his own family.
I presume you will send out an expert to the mine first?
They were old friends of mine, enemies rather, that peopled my nights with fear.
But mine enemies shall think that THE EVIL ONE roareth over their heads.
you have got your favourite vice, too; only your vice isn't mine, and mine isn't yours), I next applied the one infallible remedy--that remedy being, as you know, ROBINSON CRUSOE.