Some articles on bought:

Russell Garcia (composer) - Personal Life
... One of his brothers presented him with an old cornet he bought for $5, which Russ taught himself to play ... In 1966, at the height of his career they sold their home and possessions, bought a boat, and on 1 June set sail ... Garcia and his wife fell in love with the location and bought a house on the waters edge of Tangitu Bay in the Te Puna Inlet, east of the Purerua Peninsula ...
Marquis Who's Who - History
... Macmillan bought ITT's publishing division in 1985 ... Reed Publishing bought Marquis and National Register from Macmillan in 1991 ... which owns The Hill, bought Marquis in 2003 ...
Dublin Evening Mail - Bought, Then Closed, By The Irish Times
... The mail was bought by The Irish Times in its final few years ... Having failed to turn the newspaper around (it had hoped to turn it into its own evening paper to rival the Irish Independent/Evening Herald and the Irish Press/Evening Press relationships, the Irish Times controversially closed the paper on 10 July 1962 ...
Robert Dollar - Lumber Baron
... His first venture into the lumber industry began when he bought a lumber camp, but it failed ... did not deter him, and, apparently learning from his mistakes, he bought other camps that were successful ... He bought camps and timberland in Canada, then in the upper peninsula of Michigan and finally in Northern California ...
Graham Kirkham, Baron Kirkham - Personal Life
... Road, Sprotborough and Grade II-listed Georgian mansion Cantley Hall which he bought in 1990 from motor dealer John Carnell ... including John Constable's View of the Stour (bought for £6.7m) and Thomas Gainsborough's Peasants Going To Market (bought for £3.5m) ...

Famous quotes containing the word bought:

    Flaemmchen: Did you ever see a stenographer with a decent frock on?
    The Baron: I have indeed.
    Flaemmchen: One she’d bought herself?
    The Baron: Oh, I see what you mean.
    William A. Drake (1900–1965)

    ... the virtue of female slaves is wholly at the mercy of irresponsible tyrants, and women are bought and sold in our slave markets, to gratify the brutal lust of those who bear the name of Christians.
    Sarah M. Grimke (1792–1873)

    There was a crooked man, and he went a crooked mile,
    He found a crooked sixpence against a crooked stile:
    He bought a crooked cat which caught a crooked mouse,
    And they all lived together in a little crooked house.
    Mother Goose (fl. 17th–18th century. There was a crooked man, and he went a crooked mile (l. 1–4)