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    1. If he did this again he'd have to put BigThree in the middle to get enough side-thrust to pass on any help from BobbingTwo

    2. ‘Molly, can you pass on what I’ve said to Stephen, please? He’s in touch with the Inspector dealing with the case and I feel he ought to know about Dan’s behaviour

    3. I pass on this message and then have to hang on while my daughter goes off to grab her diary

    4. He worried about Jaseem, if he would pass on some things Bahkmar said

    5. " Among the Elves one is expected to be able to read when they pass one decade and become a child

    6. When it is time to pass on your ministry to the next generation, you need to pass it on

    7. Wants to pass on her condolences

    8. And today you great men pass on these values to

    9. ’ I said stunned by this offer, ‘Please pass on my thanks

    10. ’ I said, unwilling to pass on Dave’s gossip

    11. He should be able to pass on the benefit of his experience, but it seems so sordid

    12. Never again will any man trespass on that territory, not if she has anything to do with it! The thought makes her smile; again she wriggles her limbs under the covers, enjoying the utter magnificence of the freedom

    13. of hereditary trait that she vowed not to pass on to children of her own

    14. Pass on any information that comes your

    15. no one else to whom he could pass on his business

    16. Should she just turn her back on the Place? Forget about building it into something to be proud of, something to pass on to the kids, perhaps, even somewhere to grow old in

    17. Men pass on the road from time to time, but nobody acknowledges a slave

    18. Now that I’m a holy man I feel compelled to pass on my vast wisdom, so here it is…

    19. The time was near for him to pass on, but he needed to tie up some loose ends before commencing his journey to the afterlife

    20. He could pass on in peace

    21. ‘No, he'll pass on that,’ added Jodie

    22. Every once in what felt to him like a decade or two, a compassionate stranger would take pity and pass on some coin

    23. “I’ve heard Lead Arrows have sex to pass on their ‘gift’

    24. So we had given our letters and postcards along with small presents to our friends to pass on to our loved ones

    25. I knew that I needed to settle down and think and that I had to get a letter through to Helen I would give it to George and tell him to take it to her personally on his next leave and to give her my possessions as well I would also give him this piece of shit to pass on to her then she could see what her mother had been up to

    26. The day would come soon; no one knew when (or anyone who did know considered the knowledge too demoralising to pass on)

    27. Information would be required by the Admiral, to then pass on to the Council

    28. He could see in her eyes that this was a challenge she couldn’t pass on

    29. Wouldn’t pass on

    30. She said you and she were close and wanted me to pass on her condolences if I saw you

    31. The defense intercepted an Atlanta desperation pass on 4th down and it was over

    32. Therefore, Julien robbed the rich of information to pass on to the needy

    33. If the emperor truly meant something to him, perhaps he could be counted on to pass on this information to someone with clout

    34. Today‘s youth have been subsequently commissioned with the unenviable task of having to navigate through troubled waters on a rudderless boat without a compass only to criticize them for faulty seamanship for having failed to negotiate the prescribed course

    35. He decided that he would trespass on the homicide division’s jurisdiction, and investigate the murder himself

    36. How much of this would Brendan pass on in subsequent conversations? It always comes back to you, doesn’t it? Teasing Sim was getting to be a bad habit, but it would do well to keep Sim and Trent and all the others guessing

    37. “That’s good news, I’ll be happy to pass on the results of your analysis, Mr

    38. Thomas wished him a good hunt and he would pass on

    39. you can pass on that man was not just in his actions

    40. “Technically you don’t really need the mask on, just everything else, unless you’re worried that you have a cold that you could pass onto Bob and the other patients” Nurse Mary told me

    41. Was she reliving what her brother had lived in those seconds? How much had he had time to pass on to his sister? Laino pulled her on

    42. It is also obvious that only those who have learned to inhibit the desires of self to a degree that allows others a closer proximity than is natural have survived to pass on to the present generation the inheritance that is Man’s world of today

    43. Voila! Language! The lowest form of grunt communication that could pass on that which was most necessary seems to have, over a plethora of a great many generations of time, reached up to become the flowering of today’s complicated linguistics

    44. forced to pass on their expenses, creating higher product costs

    45. 10 And it came to pass on the morrow, that the evil spirit from God came on Saul, and he prophesied in the midst of the house, and

    46. 27 And it came to pass on the morrow, which was the second day of the month, that David's place was empty, and Saul said to

    47. 8 And it came to pass on the morrow, when the Philistines came to strip the killed, that they found Saul and his three sons fallen in

    48. 2 It came even to pass on the third day, that, note, a man came out of the camp from Saul with his clothes rent, and earth on his head,

    49. 18 And it came to pass on the seventh day, that the child died; And the servants of David feared to tell him that the child was dead,

    50. 15 And it came to pass on the morrow, that he took a thick cloth, and dipped it in water, and spread it on his face, so that he died, and

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    Sinónimos para "pass on"

    transfer impart convey give communicate bestow offer