’twas never merry world since, of two usuries, the merriest was put down, and the worser allowed by order of law a furred gown to keep him warm; and furred with fox on lamb-skins too, to signify that craft, being richer than innocency, stands for the facing.
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This is a kind of usury, banker, that I do not understand.
Alexandre Dumas -- The Count of Monte Cristo
Of course, any industrial profit above four per cent is considered usury nowadays.