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

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1 They were standing now , in the as bomb-hit kitchen , Rab and Doctor ; and Doctor — she was taller than him , what with her feather and hat , by a good head — said , ‘ Those pills that I 've given you , take them only as prescribed .
2 He could take her away , I thought , he could just do that , he has such power to hurt me , this little furry creature who has n't even noticed that I 've given up the weed .
3 And then I feel that I 've given myself to somebody who thinks my heart is a pretty flower .
4 Well I hope that I 've given you enough to get you started on the right tracks .
5 Now you think that because I am I am forgiven and I preach forgiveness that I would be pretty good as up people , but that 's part of my human failure and I must admit that I 've given plenty of opportunity to practice at home and at work er the opportunity to forgive , but it does n't come easily and certainly it is n't a strong feature of the non-Christian world in which I work and which you will be working soon .
6 Er Rosie the the press release number six that I 've given to Sandra , will you tell her to hold it please and not to send it out tomorrow .
7 The best bit of information you 've got is the syllabus coverage that I 've given you .
8 ‘ It 's true that I 've given my personal backing to Kevin Keegan in our search for players , but we have to be realistic .
9 So know that , if you now refer back to the , the book that I 've given you this morning and if you turn to where it says okay it says stop here do not read on
10 I think to be a good teaching aid something has to say ‘ Well I think this because ’ and , as it were , retrace the chain of reasoning that I 've just the sort of chain that I 've given you .
11 All I know is that I want to give everything I have for England again . ’
12 ‘ People asked me and Derrick what we were doing over the past two years and the answer that I want to give is that we were waiting for everybody to catch up .
13 You can explain to her why I rushed off , that I want to give her time to think things over without me around to distract her .
14 Is the Chancellor aware that not so long ago I met a chap in Blackpool who said to me , ’ When you see that Chancellor of the Duchy , tell him that I want to give him a piece of my mind : not only is the poll tax three times higher than the rates , but I have lost my job , my wife has been waiting for an operation for two years , my daughter has lost her maternity grant through this Tory Government and my son has lost his income support — so when you see the chairman of the Tory party , will you tell him that I want to meet him to discuss this matter at the top of the Blackpool Tower ? ’
15 And that I refuse to give them . ’
16 I always do sit with my hands in my pockets , except when I am in the company of my sisters , my cousins , or my aunts ; and they kick up such a shindy — I should say expostulate so eloquently on the subject — that I have to give up and take them out — my hands I mean . ’
17 Based on that I have to give it to Mel cos he could also bend the ball around the wall to score — I never saw Lorimer do that ( he did nt have to ! ) .
18 In view of the answer that I have given to the first question this second question does not arise and it would be unwise for me to attempt to answer it on a hypothetical basis .
19 The account of global politics that I have given here derives in part from such a paradigm , in which I emphasize the importance throughout the twentieth century of the opposition between capitalism and socialism , and more generally between those processes and policies which tend either to increase or to diminish inequality in its diverse forms , within societies and in the world as a whole .
20 After the answers that I have given , I do not know how anyone can say that nothing is happening on the matter .
21 ££ the House that I have given way rather more often than the Leader of the Opposition did .
22 The numbers that I have given publicly hitherto are the best estimate that the senior chief inspector and I can make — about 175 at the end of the transitional period .
23 For all the reasons that I have given , we are determined to introduce a minimum wage that will offer decent protection to decent people whom I , my hon. Friends and , indeed , Conservative Members represent .
24 To ask me to give commitments in advance of the review is an outrageous request , and I can not meet that commitment for the reasons that I have given .
25 I refer to the case outlined in the report of breaches of the code and to the cases behind the figures that I have given .
26 The examples that I have given show that there is a fundamental myth , which is that public service is incompetent and that the private sector is always right .
27 For the reasons that I have given , I am sceptical of the existing system and therefore I rarely speak on such motions .
28 I am glad to have the chance of following the hon. Member for Honiton ( Sir P. Emery ) , the Chairman of the Procedure Select Committee , although I strongly disagree with his suggestions , for reasons that I have given before and hope to repeat this evening .
29 The person undertaking , if required to sign , states : " I understand the undertaking that I have given , and that if I break any of my promises to the court I may be sent to prison for contempt of court " .
30 Good morning , I must say , I I stand before you today somewhat nervous , because erm , this is , this is my first to you as Treasurer , but this will be a slightly different speech from one 's that I have given in previous years .
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