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Buenos Aires
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Atlas Shrugged
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  • She did not learn the story until the next fall, when he had graduated and returned to New York after a visit to his father in Buenos Aires.
  • He was twenty-three when his father died and he went to Buenos Aires to take over the d’Anconia estate, now his.
  • The plumbing pipes-as well as most of our mining equipment-were purchased from the dealers whose main source of supply are the city dumps of Buenos Aires and Rio de Janeiro.
  • There had been only one person whose reaction she had wanted to know; she had telephoned the Wayne-Falkland Hotel; but Senor Francisco d’Anconia, she was told, had gone back to Buenos Aires.
  • The boys in Buenos Aires and the boys in Santiago will probably want to hand me a subsidy, by way of consolation and reward.
  • That’s the only thing I brought here from my palace in Buenos Aires.
  • When he entered his father’s office in Buenos Aires, a large room, severe and modern as a laboratory, with photographs of the properties of d’Anconia Copper as sole ornament on its walls-photographs of the greatest mines, ore docks and foundries in the world-he saw, in the place of honor, facing his father’s desk, a photograph of the Cleveland foundry with the new sign above its gate.
  • I’m flying to Buenos Aires day after tomorrow," he said, uncorking the bottle.

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