Example sentences of "[conj] [pron] give [pers pn] " in BNC.

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1 about analysis or me giving them the dream and I have to sort of like get out for myself what
2 In I gave the book to him or I gave him the book , him would normally be considered thematic in FSP theory .
3 Erm , Philip or somebody gave me the level premium .
4 To complicate the picture even further , there are a number of other devices which , although not strictly security interests in the sense of vesting some type of proprietary interest in the creditor or which give him possessory control over assets of the debtor company , nevertheless act as security .
5 Make a list of any activities which make you buzz with energy , which absorb you so much that time dissolves , or which give you a sense of inner peace and satisfaction .
6 At the Red Cross warehouse , we were met by Stoyaeka who drove us to her house where she gave us a meal of soup , bread , stew and dumplings , all washed down with a very palatable local red wine .
7 Matt put in , ‘ Departing guests pay their accounts at the office , where she gives them a receipt , and Ling takes his list of commodities to her — things to be ordered for the kitchen , you understand . ’
8 well you do n't have to go where you give you one
9 So you just bring them home at lunchtime or something give him a
10 Every so often , he goes to a local hospital where they give him an injection of something , which cheers him up noticeably .
11 Whenever we need to go to and from the Institute , or even if we want to make an expedition into town , we go to the Car Office , at the hotel , where they give us deluxe transport by car , and pick us up again when we want to return .
12 Where they gave me meat and drink . ’
13 Ever since then , whenever I left a job or anyone gave me a present , I was given more of the same .
14 Or he gave them the impression that he wrestled , with limbs contorted , in the effort to seize hold of what truth could be found .
15 ‘ Look , if you do n't want to tell me who you are , or what gave you the horrors , then do n't .
16 Because it was the women themselves who were organizing it because they felt part of it they did n't see it as some sort of other people that were more politically motivated that than them giving them something to keep them out on strike , which by its very nature could could have been something that the people would have accepted for a while and then not accepted .
17 It is with no disrespect to her that I give him preference .
18 But he complains that I give him the impression that I am holding back and am not fully committed .
19 Somebody I , ones that I give him that I thought he
20 The staff all know what 's got to be done and they go off and do it ; it 's just when jobs are different that I give them any guidance .
21 Different names may be current in my area , so that I give you information on the wrong fish .
22 Do n't worry if you ca n't do it if you ca n't any of these any of these exercises that I give you by the way it 's not like homework it 's just for you to play with them to get the do them at your own pace .
23 So I 'm hoping that this system that I give you will allow you to do that , anybody been a best man at a wedding ?
24 Oh dear me so I 'm hoping that the system that I give you will allow you to deal with all those situations as well as make a longer presentation where you do have some preparation time .
25 It 's only when I 'm writing an article that I give it its proper name !
26 He feasted for months , for years , on a small pair of my slippers that I gave him ; I expect he has burnt them by now .
27 It was duly arranged that we should meet after work , and it was then that I gave him further details about my ‘ sponsored ’ trip to Paris and about my much more ambitious idea of a trip to Libya .
28 I can give the hon. Gentleman the undertaking — it is of the sort that I gave him in Committee — that I believe that many things should be done with the extra resources that we shall have , and in the context of administrative matters the care of records is relevant .
29 one or two members who are resident in St Albans did ask me about their position on item two St Albans Transport Study er the advice that I gave them was that unless they er did which is likely to be affected by any identifiable schemes in the study they do not have a need to declare either a pecuniary or a non-pecuniary interest .
30 Right quite an awkward one that I gave you .
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