Estimates have the paper operating at losses of tens of millions of dollars every year, made up by Adelson's largess.
During that robust year, Goldman employed 30,522 people and showered them with $20.2 billion of largess.
After all, she was the recipient of the largess at the center of this case, not a director or perpetrator of it.
If rock and roll is doing its job, it should be an enemy of the state, not the recipient of its largess.
Most of that largess went to pay for advertising backing GOP candidates or attacking Democrats.
As the crowd withdrew to regale themselves with a largess of leben, the daughter of the satrap appeared.
I will give you both, and never boast of my largess in so doing.
She herself had lacked in naught—but the unworthy subject of the largess of her heart.
We must conceive of ourselves as transmitters of the largess of music to our children.
Free in dispensing gratuities, he gives to the poor and the priests—finding this last kind of largess a good speculation.