8 : to deliver by some bodily action <I gave
her a hug.
If I gave
it to you and later on ask for it back, what I am asking is that you give me something, namely a gift, the same one that I previously gave
But when Dutch researchers gave
13 women with diabetes 1 1/2 grams of ground cinnamon (3/4 teaspoon) every day for six weeks, they did no better on an oral glucose tolerance test than similar women who were given a placebo.
From the Middle Ages to the mid-19th century, "European women also gave
their children away with no more--it seems to me even less--reason" than Taiwanese did, Wolf holds.
non-fiction story, in the same way the summaries of historical plays gave
their exact sources (6).
Jachimko further argued that the consent obtained by the informant to enter was ineffectual because there was no preexisting DEA investigation on him, nor was there probable cause for a search when he gave
the informant consent to enter his residence.
During the night he gave
the Americans a taste of northern heritage.
me your love and nights full of tenderness
One day I gave
an issue of Animals' Agenda to the school's science teacher, who said she had never seen this magazine before.
It wasn't until after my fifth year of teaching that I finally gave
up and accepted that my only choices were either to accept the floating standard or to abandon public education.
On the second day of Christmas, health care gave
to me: "Two less regulations.