Example sentences of "that [vb mod] give " in BNC.

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31 WHEN director Alan Rudolph cast cute couple Bruce Willis and Demi Moore in his suspense drama Mortal Thoughts , little did he know the pair would do over $200 million of business this summer ( with Die Hard 2 and Ghost ) , an unexpected boost that could give the arthouse auteur a much-needed hit
32 There is not the amount of direct questioning that could give an interview the air of a lawyer/witness relationship .
33 If we win against both Spain and Japan that could give us a shot against South Africa in the quarter-finals , which would be tremendous news for Scottish rugby back home ’ , said Rutherford .
34 For example , members might claim to be disadvantaged in an open hearing in putting forward a defence that could give rise to legal action for defamation or breach of confidence .
35 Largest aircraft to leave the Museum and the one that could give the most problems when it comes to moving it , is former Spanish Dornier Do 24 flying boat HD5-1 .
36 But questions will be asked about a defensive unit that could give away three goals .
37 Junior and Senior cataloguers participate in a profit-sharing scheme that could give a salary uplift of up to 12% .
38 After a careful examination of all these factors , the Layfield Committee concluded : ‘ a local income tax ( LIT ) on personal incomes , levied according to where people live , is the only serious candidate for a new source of local revenue that could give a substantial yield and at the same time maintain or enhance accountability ’ ( Layfield 1976 : 190 — 1 ) .
39 The danger of serious conflict occurring on the border was anticipated in a motion proposed by the United States and carried in the General Assembly in 1949 authorising UNCOK to observe developments on the border and to report back on clashes that could give rise to war .
40 ( i ) The main requirement of water for textiles is freedom from solid particles in suspension or from substances that could give rise to solids in processing .
41 The little terraced houses , with gardens front and back , that Loudon advocates have now doubtless been demolished as substandard , for each floor could measure as little as 12 feet by 12 feet ; but they were not only a great advance on the slum housing in industrial towns ; they provided interiors that could give the domestic virtues at least a chance of growth .
42 ‘ Was it possible , ’ I wondered , ‘ to find a drug that could give each side of my character its own separate face and body ? ’
43 It is not hard to find suitable populations of bodies that could give rise to the observed range of crater sizes today — more on this in section 6.4 and in Chapter 8 .
44 Thank you for sending me further information on your ideas that could give Blaenau Ffestiniog 's market hall a new lease of life appropriate to the Twenty-First Century .
45 Just now he 's working on a deal that could give him a big say in the life of a lady who 'll ‘ definitely ’ be in the Top Ten within weeks .
46 C T that could give us C C T plus any other form of constant
47 ‘ Christ that used to give me the shits , ’ said the New Zealander .
48 On existing membership figures that would give constituency parties 26 per cent of the vote , and the unions 74 per cent .
49 He longed to do some real work that would give him some satisfaction at the end of a day , yet there seemed to be nothing for him to do .
50 In his West Berlin speech on a New Europe and a New Atlanticism , Mr Baker , who had earlier held talks with Chancellor Helmut Kohl , proposed strengthening Washington 's links with the EC , possibly through a new treaty that would give the US a formal presence in EC institutions .
51 He did not believe in the 1952 Global Strategy paper 's concept of a period of ‘ broken-backed war ’ after an indecisive nuclear exchange in Europe that would give the Navy a worthwhile role in the Atlantic in global war .
52 They ( and East Germany 's communists ) argued throughout the election campaign for a slower road to unity , one that would give East Germans the chance to negotiate some safeguards for their livelihoods .
53 He persuaded the Board in 1970 to recognise that a new kind of qualification was now required , one that would give status to the more ‘ creative ’ approach to drama in schools .
54 Knowing the mountains were there , Martha passed hours gazing upwards , waiting for a break in the curtain of vapour that would give her a view to the summit , her attention fixed at that mysterious level where the mist descended on the tree-tops and blotted out the perspective entirely .
55 In any case , I did not linger long enough — as I was obliged to explain to his lordship shortly afterwards — to hear anything that would give a clue as to M. Dupont 's attitude to Mr Lewis 's remarks .
56 It had to be something that would give the prospective punter some idea of the staggering depth and scope and thoroughness of Henry 's work .
57 He would deck himself out in the kind of clothes that would give most offence to her were she alive .
58 As the US and the Soviet Union discuss disarmament in Geneva the two super-powers continue to oppose plans for an international agency that would give other nations a look-in on their military manoeuvres .
59 ‘ How can I understand it , how can I understand it ? ’ he went on and on accusingly , as though scientists are to blame for not inventing a magic serum that would give him instant knowledge .
60 In Bettelheim 's search for material that would give ‘ access to deeper meaning ’ ( 1976 , p.4 ) he found currently-available children 's books ( in the 1970s ) superficial : ‘ most of these books are so shallow in substance that little of significance can be gained from them ’ ( ibid .
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