"One lady buys four or five pounds a week from us."
So she told the woodcutter to buy 100 pounds of flour.
Why, he's bought forty pounds of goods from you already.
He bought more than 100 pounds of raw opium last year in a weekend, just to show how simple it was.
Each family is allowed to buy 4.4 pounds of bread a day at a subsidized price.
We bought 100 pounds of horse mixture No. 14 sweet for $13.
Last year, the company bought about 2.5 billion pounds of beef, poultry and pork.
Americans bought 2.7 billion pounds of yogurt in 2004.
Why, the securities we left with you could not have bought two pounds, even at the price then prevailing!
It was a demand: He was buying 80 pounds for his family.