At the end of the sixteenth century the quarrel became so bitter that the goldsmiths and changers took to "throwing down the cages and birds and trampling them under foot," and even assaulted and openly ill-treated the poor bird-dealers.
These Italians constituted the great corporation of money-changers in Paris, and hoarded in their coffers all the coin of the kingdom, and in this way caused a perpetual variation in the value of money, by which they themselves benefited.
Each of these pole changers is arranged to effect and control one of the above-named operations, and is therefore connected with one of the aforesaid insulated wires forming the cable.
Yes, the money changers have fled from their high seats in the temple of our civilization.
Practices of the unscrupulous money changers stand indicted in the court of public opinion, rejected by the hearts and minds of men.
And that is what ministers ort to do, and have got to do, if the world is saved from its sins--scourge the moneychangers who sell purity and honor, true religion and goodness for money.
Our Lord took a whip and scourged the money changers out of the temple.
And he found in the temple vendentes boves, et oves, et them that sold oxen and sheep columbas, et numularios and doves, and the changers of sedentes.
Cattle-dealers and money-changers have always been notorious for making more than their own out of their bargains, and facts enough are on record to justify our Lord calling this particular market "a den of thieves.
Notice how everything is sacrificed to violent action and contorted position--the money-changers whom Christ is driving out of the Temple are composed as it were for a ballet of limbs.
Metsys was also fond of depicting merchants or money-changers counting their gains--a subject imitated by Marinus van Romerswael (see 944).
Then let her proceed to eject the money-changers from the temple.
It is more likely this cometh of the swift and terrible scourging suffered by the money-changers at the hand of our brave friend.
Fortunate is he as those of the House of Annas since with the money-changers hath the High Priest given him a place so that he hath riches more abundant than us all.
With incredible swiftness the money-changers had been driven out and the cleanser of the Temple had mounted the steps of the Beautiful Gate, and thong in hand was looking out on a scene unparalleled.
While the tradesmen and stock drivers had begun early to prepare for a season of unusual profit making, the money-changers had not forgotten their interests.
And the tables of the moneychangers has he overturned, and released the doves.
The crowd, silent now, watched with eager interest the money-changers and priests, who but imperfectly understanding what had been said to them, stared at the intruder.
The cursing of the fig tree whereon there were no figs, because 'the time of figs was not yet,' the violent conduct toward the dealers and changers at the temple, were manifestly foolish acts.
The great Englishman is also too clear-sighted to accept the fallacious doctrines of the money-changers in regard to the medium of exchange.
By insisting on the substitution of justice for charity, and by taking the teachings of Jesus seriously, he offends the sleek money-changers who occupy choice pews in the modern palaces of ease dedicated to the lowly Nazarene.
In Cairo another coinage was current, and in Italy the Turkish and Egyptian coins left over had to be sold to the money changers or taken home as souvenirs.
On the porticoes the money changers made loans and the brokers sold real estate and grain.
At Paris the money-changers of the Pont-au-Change complained that the approach to their shop was obstructed by the birdsellers, and tried to force them to settle elsewhere.
Pole Changers for Harmonic Ringing] Pole changers for ringing bells of harmonic party lines are required to produce alternating currents of practically constant frequencies.
Make a diagram of pole changersfor harmonic ringing.
Best money-changers by the west side of the Bourse, 10 in plan.
Money-changers in the central railway station and in the principal streets.
Best money-changers and restaurants in the Via Calzaioli, between the Piazza della Signoria and del Duomo.
In 1204 we find the money-changers as one of the corporations.
In 1228, and probably from the beginning of the century, several Florentines were settled in London as changers to King Henry III.
The guilds of the money-changers and of the woolstaplers were the principal, for the first gave the law to all foreign banks, the last, to which smaller societies were subject, governed all foreign markets.
Do you 'think that under money-changers and slave-traders and men who have waxed rich in other ways by the ignoble arts of buying and selling, the lot of the people will be any better than under their priests and nobles?
The money-changers in Paris who hold the bonds in the national debt, seeing the parlous financial condition of the State, tremble at the thought that it may lie in the power of a single man to cancel the debt by bankruptcy.
But Jesus answered not; he saw the money changers in the house of God, and he was grieved.
And would there were many like him, amidst the money-changers of princes!
And he made a whip of cords, and drove them all, with the sheep and oxen, out of the temple; and he poured out the coins of the money-changers and overturned their tables.
In the temple he found those who were selling oxen and sheep and doves, and the money-changers at their business.
And Jesus entered the temple and began to drive out those who bought and sold in the temple, and overturned the tables of the money changers and the seats of those who sold doves.
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "changers" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.