Example sentences of "i give [prep] " in BNC.

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1 To those who put their trust in the Lord Jesus Christ , he says ‘ Peace I leave with you ( peace with God ) my peace I give unto you ( the peace of God ) . ’
2 And so when you get peace , when God gives his gift of peace , it 's not something he has given from heaven down to you but he says , my peace , I give unto you .
3 With reference to our conversation today , I give below the details of what we have agreed .
4 Meanwhile I give below the dates of the next open days at Larksoken so that as many of us as possible can attend and strenuously put our case against nuclear power during the question time which normally precedes the actual tour of the station . ’
5 You 'll come along and you say , right I will I 'm going to You 're going to take as your input , whatever I give as output .
6 I 'm taking here about pure , blind betting of someone who is not attempting to exercise any skill but is just looking at the odds offered by the bookies , and pointing out — and I 'll have a table to demonstrate this in the talk I give at the Open Day — the way in which the rate of return on bets made in this way decreases steadily the longer the odds are offered .
7 The Dempster was called into court by the ringing of a bell and recited the sentence as recorded by the Clerk of the Court adding " This I give for doom . "
8 Oh bloody seven ninety nine I give for mine
9 Coleman 's will , dated 1 July 1839 , provided for the founding of a Coleman prize : ‘ Also , I give to the Royal Veterinary College , at the expiration of three years from my decease , the sum of one hundred and sixty-six pounds thirteen shillings and fourpence , 3 per Cent .
10 But even with that clutch of reasons to be glassy-eyed , I 've stayed almost sober for an entire month , sitting miserably at the bar wondering why low-alcohol lager has an after-taste like floor polish , and disturbing old friends with the rapt attention I give to such enquiries as : ‘ Ice and lemon in your tonic water , sir ? ’
11 You do n't think for one minute I 'm going to eat the filth I give to you ?
12 And throughout the journey , the question asked by that woman in the beginning anchored the emphasis of this book , it shook a fist at the ghosts over my shoulder ( because like most people I give to others the power to intimidate and censor from afar ) and it forced me to make the chronicle accountable to its subjects .
13 I must also emphasise that the answer I give to the question before me will be of general application .
14 On the contrary , the older I get , the greater priority I give to a loving relationship .
15 I pledge to increase the amount of time or money I give to environmental and development organisations .
16 I give to charity what I can afford . ’
17 Archivist reads : I give to Henry my eldest son my broad loom in the shop with my rapier and dagger and a physic book called the Breviary of Health .
18 I give to you Helen
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