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    1. Now, it still gave him the creeps

    2. So Ann gave her some cereal

    3. Mal: 2:5: My covenant was with him of life and peace; and I gave them to him for the fear wherewith he feared me,

    4. beginning He gave a man the power to rule over the

    5. Since He gave man the power, He cannot violate

    6. Mal: 2:5: My covenant was with him of life and peace; and I gave them to him for the fear wherewith he feared me,

    7. thou gave me no water for my feet: but she hath washed

    8. Luke: 7:45: Thou gave me no kiss: but this woman since the time I came in hath not ceased to kiss my feet

    9. “On it, Cap!” Tom and the captain gave a sloppy salute back to one another

    10. thou gave me no water for my feet: but she hath washed

    1. knew Him as the Rock and the One Who Gives

    2. “That guy gives me the willies,” Kevin whistles

    3. When God give us His word, He gives us

    4. Kick Start Cart gives you seven different sales report options

    5. 2Th: 3:16: Now the Lord of peace himself gives you peace always by all means

    6. “It gives me a chance to even up the score

    7. Inspector Ditton gives his sidekick instructions and suggests that I might like to take my jacket off – commenting that it is quite warm in here

    8. Kitchen scene: Mom gives me a kiss on the head

    9. The Net Asset Value (NAV) of the fund gives the current value of your investment by indicating how much each unit of Rs 10 is worth on a day-to-day basis calculated from the daily market value of the funds total asset

    10. ‘And now there’s the business of the baby … which gives him a motive

    1. His sufficient grace and His presence is giving you the

    2. your life? You are in the moment of giving up

    3. At the giving of the law (Ex

    4. I have resisted giving my recommendation because there was

    5. " Athnu had been giving him the usual 'how do we know you?' interrogation until she arrived

    6. Henry had interrupted whatever presentation he was giving by trying to enter as quietly as possible

    7. Giving advice is tempting, but it is better ninety percent of the time to remain silent unless asked

    8. These can be followed by respect giving salutations, cleanliness, loving others, and other experiences to give them the foundation to develop in to a good human being

    9. It has a little lake of its own giving it a square mile of harbor and a few more square miles of lon

    10. ‘How far did you go?’ he asked, the pain giving his voice an edge you could cut steel with

    1. assurance that will give you the peace of mind and knowledge

    2. are about to give up on your faith

    3. Gen: 12:7: And the LORD appeared unto Abram, and said, unto thy seed will I give this land: and there builded he an

    4. You don’t give up and it has paid off

    5. Think about how much attention you give

    6. If you're not specific you don’t give your brain and the universe an exact point where they need to end up

    7. which is in heaven give good things to them that ask him?

    8. influence this world? Games are addicting because they give you a sense of accomplishment

    9. My original view [since revised!] was that “if you can’t give it away you might as well give up!” I also wanted to distribute copies to gain feedback as family and friends are not always the best critics

    10. Gen: 17:8: And I will give unto thee and to thy seed after thee, the land wherein thou art a stranger, all the land of

    1. Some since they have discovered that God have given

    2. This means as they were not given the portion of land

    3. with Abram, saying, unto thy seed have I given this land,

    4. with Abram, saying, unto thy seed have I given this land,

    5. realizing it, if they were given the opportunity to sin

    6. Sam realised he was out of his depth, even if she had given him the chance, which Tatania apparently had no intention of doing

    7. She had at least, given up the corset wearing this time, and was back in the usual scruffy outfits he was more familiar with

    8. Couple this loss of needed activity with the dietary habits of modern man, and constipation, along with numerous other problems, is the likely result! In fact, today, it is common for people to report to hospital emergency rooms with terrible back and sciatic pain, only to be told that they are constipated and given a laxative, which frequently alleviates the back or sciatic pain

    9. DE is totally harmless to mammals if eaten and is recommended to be given to your animals as part of their diet

    10. It is given to help us to relate

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    Synonyms for "give"

    give spring springiness devote pay commit consecrate dedicate throw render feed yield generate return establish have hold make ease up give way move over break cave in collapse fall in founder gift present hand pass pass on reach turn over impart leave chip in contribute kick in apply grant afford sacrifice open bestow confer donate furnish offer award assign enable hand out set forth show issue suppose assume produce perform pronounce publish put forth utter emit give out communicate transmit transfer divulge recede retreat draw back retire cede give over give up

    "give" definitions

    the elasticity of something that can be stretched and returns to its original length

    cause to have, in the abstract sense or physical sense

    be the cause or source of

    transfer possession of something concrete or abstract to somebody

    convey or reveal information

    convey, as of a compliment, regards, attention, etc.; bestow

    organize or be responsible for

    convey or communicate; of a smile, a look, a physical gesture

    give as a present; make a gift of

    cause to happen or be responsible for


    give or supply

    transmit (knowledge or skills)

    bring about

    leave with; give temporarily

    emit or utter

    endure the loss of

    place into the hands or custody of

    give entirely to a specific person, activity, or cause

    give (as medicine)

    give or convey physically


    bestow, especially officially

    move in order to make room for someone for something

    give food to

    contribute to some cause

    break down, literally or metaphorically

    estimate the duration or outcome of something

    execute and deliver

    deliver in exchange or recompense

    afford access to

    present to view

    perform for an audience

    be flexible under stress of physical force


    accord by verdict

    manifest or show

    offer in good faith

    submit for consideration, judgment, or use

    guide or direct, as by behavior of persuasion

    allow to have or take

    inflict as a punishment


    consent to engage in sexual intercourse with a man

    proffer (a body part)