He owned half of South America and sundry mines scattered through the United States as small change.
Dr. Ferris was weaving through the group, with the grace of a cat rubbing against sundry legs.
After weeks of frantic activity on the part of insurance companies, of firemen, of ambulances and of first-aid units, attending to a series of inexplicable accidents-the "People’s Manager" had vanished one morning, having sold and shipped to sundry racketeers of Europe and Latin America most of the cranes, the automatic conveyors, the supplies of refractory brick, the emergency power generator, and the carpet from what had once been Rearden’s office.
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We sell many and sundry items.
Power in the city is divided amongst the mayor, city council, and sundry city commissions.