But if they stop being selfish and share the goods they’ve hoarded-they’ll have a chance to work hard and produce some more.
That’s the savings account I’m —hoarding.
A genius is an intellectual scavenger and a greedy hoarder of the ideas which rightfully belong to society, from which he stole them.
Hoarding, they called it.
The editorial said that at a time of dwindling production, shrinking markets and vanishing opportunities to make a living, it was unfair to let one man hoard several business enterprises, while others had none; it was destructive to let a few corner all the resources, leaving others no chance; competition was essential to society, and it was society’s duty to see that no competitor ever rose beyond the range of anybody who wanted to compete with him.
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They found a 7th century hoard of treasure.
She has hoarded so many things, you can barely step into her apartment.