Example sentences of "[conj] [modal v] give [pron] " in BNC.

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31 Aye , that , it 'd be the Voltarol that would give her the , the black stuff coming through .
32 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 .
33 ‘ 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 .
34 Then he turned , and with a little gesture of farewell crossed the highway and headed back towards Lima , a small , shambling figure glancing back every now and then in search of a truck that would give him a lift .
35 Anything that would give him his bearings again .
36 his right hand mimes the cigarette that would give him
37 His smile deepened as he added , ‘ I have been told that I am a good lover and I can think of nothing in this world that would give me greater pleasure than to teach you the plaisirs d'amour .
38 Coppola may not have provided the definitive film of the Vietnam War , but he succeeded in providing ‘ a film experience that would give its audience a sense of the horror , the madness , the sensuousness and the moral dilemma of Vietnam ’ .
39 I think at the moment suffice to say we wanted a product that would give ourselves and our users total choice and total flexibility .
40 But our concern was to find a church in Scotland that would give us the love and teaching that our family needed .
41 Even so , I thought it was worth persisting , trying to get her to remember noises , smells , anything that would give us a clue to where they were taken .
42 He also said the US administration would seek an additional agreement that would give US airlines new access to British airports and confirmed that he hoped a new aviation agreement could be reached this year between the US and the UK .
43 He also said that the US administration would seek an additional agreement that would give US airlines new access to British airports .
44 You simply need Garden Secrets , a unique range of authentic , easy to maintain structures that would give your garden an entirely new dimension of colour and beauty .
45 What would you differentiate that would give you X ?
46 It scampered towards the cat door that would give it access to the bigger house at the end of the row , but suddenly it stopped .
47 Hewlett-Packard Co is crossing itself to ward off any demons that would give it the same misery Sun Microsystems Inc is going through moving from Solaris 1.0 to Solaris 2.0 .
48 For if the student can retrieve an item by dialling a number , he still has to discover what number , and to conceptualize how he might arrive at the correct answer that would give it to him .
49 Ordinary mortals , however , can visit the area overland by a two-mile circular walk from Bullpot Farm that will give them a hint — but not more than a hint — of the marvels beneath their feet and an appreciation of the bravery of the adventurers who dare to descend from the safety and assurance of daylight into a nether world of total and perpetual blackness .
50 All morning the world 's top cyclists will have been reconnoitring the course , selecting their gear ratios and the most suitable of their many bikes , looking at the route for the best way through corners , testing the strength and direction of the wind — looking for anything that will give them that little extra in this first trial of strength , which will be clocked in tenths and hundredths of a second .
51 The method of advertising used will depend largely on the ‘ advertising or marketing budget ’ , but the product can be advertised using several different types of media and the hotel or hotel group will select the method that will give them the best coverage within their financial means .
52 Initially , Aegon will find the additional in a way that will give them a 50 per cent stake in the non-with-profits business .
53 ELTON John and his longtime lyricist Bernie Taupin have signed a contract with Time Warner in Los Angeles that will give them a £26m advance the largest cash advance in music publishing history .
54 British Telecommunications Plc 's BT North America says it plans to introduce wire and wireless services by the end of the year that will give its daily users better access to its data network : customers will be able to cut costs of on-line network usage by up to 30% and to access network applications and transfer data up to four times faster via its 14.4Kbs local dial service , which will be available from September , and uniform number access wireless cellular and radio , and its switched digital services .
55 So , while you may well have some trait or peculiarity about her that will give her a mark of distinction , this must be something that does not disqualify her from maximum general sympathy .
56 I have a Series III 2,25 diesel and would like an engine that will give me better performance but maintain economy .
57 I have a mind , why ca n't I use it to some good in a way that will give me satisfaction if nothing else ?
58 If St Pancras can in fact be rehabilitated then that will give me the greatest pleasure , ’ he said .
59 are going to be those that will give something to the school , rather than simply be an appointment just for some stature .
60 All in all , FastLynx is an impressive package of well thought out programs that will give anyone with a need for its facilities a comprehensive resource for file transfer and pseudo-networking .
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