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annuity
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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • I had often heard him complain of the disproportion of his rank with his fortune; and I advised him to invest all he had in an annuity.
  • He had reserved from his annuity his family papers, his library, composed of five thousand volumes, and his famous breviary.
  • We should command an annuity of 175,000 livres.
  • Him to whom your excellency pays that little annuity.
  • I can still say it is a dream; a retired baker, my poor Benedetto, is rich—he has an annuity.
  • Well, you have an annuity.
  • "If you reach your home safely, leave Paris, leave France, and wherever you may be, so long as you conduct yourself well, I will send you a small annuity; for, if you return home safely, then"— "Then?" asked Caderousse, shuddering.

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  • The annuity does not increase with inflation.
  • The annuity is fixed and insured, but if the economy gets bad enough, the annuity can decrease.

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