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  • Furthermore, she told Frank that if the repairs at Tara could ever be completed, she intended to lend out her money on mortgages.
  • We could mortgage it for enough to pay the taxes, if we had to.
  • She’d tell the family tonight she was going to Atlanta to borrow money, to try to mortgage the farm if necessary.
  • Scarlett was going to Atlanta to borrow money or to mortgage Tara if necessary.
  • But what was a mortgage, after all?
  • I’ll give you a mortgage on Tara.
  • If she were a man she would have that mill, if she had to mortgage the store to raise the money.
  • It had come as a surprise to him that she even knew what a mortgage was and, at first, he was amused.
  • A woman had no business even knowing what a mortgage was.
  • They always pay their rent and, look here, Frank, I could put up a cheap salon out of poor-grade lumber I can’t sell and get good rent for it, and with the rent money and the money from the mill and what I could get from mortgages, I could buy some more sawmills.
  • She had been refused because there were already two mortgages on the house.
  • I’m making money out of Johnnie Gallegher’s mill, plenty of it, now that I don’t use free darkies and I have some money out on mortgages and we are coining cash at the store from the darky trade.
  • And you, Madam, will kindly refrain from undoing my work behind my back and foreclosing mortgages on any of the people I’m courting or selling them rotten lumber or in other ways insulting them.

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  • We are the proud owners of a new home and a $100,000 mortgage.
  • But that includes the last payment on the mortgage.
    Arthur Miller  --  Death of a Salesman

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