High living


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a feeding upon rich, pampering food.

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He was the son of wealthy parents, an only child, and had known such ease and cultivation and high living as wealth and taste were able to command in the mountain country of Western Virginia.
They tell me, bowmen," said he, "that ye have grown so fond of ease and plunder and high living that ye are not to be moved from this pleasant country.
Harris was disagreeable after supper, - I think it must have been the stew that had upset him: he is not used to high living, - so George and I left him in the boat, and settled to go for a mouch round Henley.
But I doubt high living and high learning 'ull make it harder for you, young man, nor it was for me.
The forecasts come against the backdrop of demonstrations since the beginning of 2018 against high living costs.
Elaborating on the factors that prevented non-savers from setting aside part of their income, 29 per cent of survey participants in Saudi Arabia indicated high living expenses, 21 per cent blamed loan payments, and 29 per cent admitted it was due to a lack of knowledge of financial planning.
Every father dreams that he should provide high living standard to his children and tribute could be paid to a father by giving him due respect in the real sense, he added.
A member of Germany's parliament, the Bundestag, told Philippine lawmakers on Thursday that human rights 'should never be taken for granted,' citing a positive correlation between human rights protection and high living standards.
Vision 2025 aims to ensure uninterrupted access to affordable and clean energy for economic growth and security of Pakistan to have good quality of life and high living standard for all citizens, increasing dependence on domestic resources and job creation" he said.
There must have been perhaps not high living but excessive living.
Richard Clay, 51, promised clients their money would be safe in offshore property but blew it on high living or loss-making projects.
Almost half of food banks said there had been an increase in the number of people needing emergency supplies because of benefit sanctions, while other problems included low wages, high living costs or insecure work contracts.