Example sentences of "[conj] have give " in BNC.

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1 If , on a sale of unregistered land , there is any personal obligation on the part of a seller-client to observe restrictions ( as , for example , where the seller is the original covenantor or has given a personal covenant to observe these ) , it is desirable to provide in the contract for a similar covenant indemnifying the seller against any future breach .
2 If Liu Chang had lied to him , or had given him a signal which would tip Herrick off …
3 No account is usually taken of the care which the dependant may be giving or have given in the past to the carer .
4 It is even more useful if people have produced verbal statements without explanation , or have given you a formula but missed the underlying structure .
5 Both BR and RENFE , in common with railways elsewhere ( Bouley 1985 ) , have stressed the new ‘ reality of competition ’ and the need ‘ to shift the emphasis from ‘ running a railway ’ to providing a value for money service to the customer' ( BRB 1985r : 5 ) ; in these conditions , it was ‘ the market that has to give the orders ’ ( RENFE chairman , cited in El Nuevo Lunes , 16 December 1985 ) .
6 It is common for students to return to a part that has given them many ideas , and to rework a passage fruitfully .
7 With a long journey ahead of me every morning and evening , I do n't hang about , and this is the first petrol-engined car I 've used that has given me over 45mpg on a run .
8 In an ideal world , there would be no need for either , but for now I would rather see the frustration expressed in these light-hearted terms than in the sort of man-hating bitterness that has given feminism such a bad name .
9 A country that has given us countless cheeses , truffles , classic dishes such as moules marinières and cassoulet , champagne and , for many years , some of the world 's finest wines , requires several tomes to do it justice .
10 In many cities the names are still interchangeable , a fact that has given many a visitor a mystified look .
11 This last possibility is one that has given me some concern over these months , and is something about which I still feel undecided .
12 Her great good fortune has been an electoral system that has given her power on a minority vote .
13 Turner 's Slave Ship which was so highly praised by Ruskin , shows faithfully the horror and evil of that traffic and it is the emotion , not the technique that has given the painting its immortality .
14 The method that has given most results has now become known as the ‘ de Broglie-Bohm formulation ’ , after Louis de Broglie and David Bohm , professor of physics at Birkbeck College , London ( New Scientist , 11 November , p 361 ) .
15 It is the unfinished nature of those parts dealing with the schemas of reproduction that has given rise to a number of controversies regarding the interpretation of them .
16 A club spokesman said : ‘ It was a win over an in-form side that has given the whole team great hope and we will go to Wasps with nothing to lose . ’
17 It is really this last concern that has given feminist objections to sexist language their public visibility , since feminists have demanded concrete changes in speech and writing .
18 The problem position , of course , is fly-half — the berth that has given Ireland the greatest of difficulties over the past few seasons .
19 And why had the hair that has given Clive James and others so much fun over the years been tidied into a conventional razor-styled crop at last ?
20 Dale 's studies of fetal response to moderate cardiovascular exercise showed increased breathing movements , transient bradycardia or tachycardia , or changes in uterine bloodflow , but there does not appear to be a systematic study that has given clear guidelines for safe levels of maternal exercise .
21 The scream of a fox , on the other hand , is quite distinctive : a wailing , wavering shriek that has given rise to many a false report of a midnight mugging .
22 She felt for Mary , in fact , the fine contempt due to someone or to an institution that has given way too easily .
23 Just across on the Spanish side of the col is the opening of the fearsome gouffre in the limestone that has given the name Pierre-Saint-Martin a certain resonance .
24 This attitude is one of the things that has given non-verbal communication such a bad name and since it already has a somewhat shaky reputation due to the fact that it has no powerful theory associated with it , its academic credibility suffers in comparison to that of formal linguistics .
25 It is this destruction that has given the wealth of shattered archaic sculpture from the city .
26 They are now mothers with the responsibility for a child , and some of them would maintain that it is their baby that has given them the determination to do something more with their lives , however hard this may be .
27 It is ‘ the West ’ that has given both existence and identity to ‘ the Orient ’ .
28 It captures the fundamental agreement that has given a unity to the perspectives of leading constitutional authorities , but it does not reveal the disputes that have existed within liberal-democratic constitutional theory .
29 ‘ Wickedly wasteful , I know , but I smashed it , and set up a new one and I have painted upon that new one the first thing that has given me real pleasure for years , oh , years and years .
30 ‘ I want to put something back into the game that has given me a good life . ’
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