There he had only to be a plutocrat again--a plutocrat called away suddenly on business.
But these modern plutocrats could not bear a poor man near to them, either as a slave or as a friend.
Martin was--if one discounted the harshness of the life, the dirt, the endless duties and the ever-pressing chores--a Kansas plutocrat
That is how Jesse Trefusis, a poor Manchester bagman, contrived to be come a plutocrat
and gentleman of landed estate.
When Epstein, the agent, wrote to say that the allegory had been purchased by a Glasgow plutocrat
of the name of Bates for one hundred and sixty guineas, Sellers' views on Philistines and their crass materialism and lack of taste underwent a marked modification.
Nearly every one else in Packingtown did the same, however, for there was universal exultation over this triumph of popular government, this crushing defeat of an arrogant plutocrat
by the power of the common people.
It was oil and water, and there was no hope for him, though for a short period he was a source of serious apprehension to the Plutocrats
Underneath were the names of the plutocrats
who had subscribed for this national gewgaw, and I fell to wondering where their L8,000 came in, while Raffles devoured his two-penny guide-book as greedily as a school-girl with a zeal for culture.
This is a lesson for all countries contemplating corporate tax breaks - even those without the misfortune of being led by a callow, craven plutocrat
This is a lesson for all countries contemplating corporate tax breaks -- even those without the misfortune of being led by a callow, craven plutocrat
His business record was constant attack fodder for Democrats last year, and was often used to paint him as a wealthy, out-of-touch plutocrat
, it added.
Though debates often reinforce existing perceptions, Romney took steps towards reversing his image as an out-of-touch plutocrat