Example sentences of "that [pron] 've 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 This , however , is what we do , together with a big ‘ Thank you ’ for all the news and views that you 've given us in 1991 .
12 And it will be obvious to the person receiving your letter that you 've given it priority treatment , to ensure a speedy arrival .
13 Ah , thank you very much , she said we 're very appre very much appreciate the fact that you 've given up your time to come and talk to our members you see we ca n't afford to pay for really good speakers
14 Well thanks President for that welcome and thank you colleagues , Congress , for the welcome that you 've given to me .
15 You have limited er suppliers who you choose er having heard the figures that you 've given us today erm i it seems to me that there is very little control of that expenditure .
16 I 'll tell you give him a ring , tell him that you 've given me his , the telephone number and he should expect that I 'll give him a call in the next week
17 We 're so sure about the reliability of our washing machines that we 've given them a full 5-year parts guarantee .
18 That 's an assurance that we 've given them .
19 Right , now that has n't happened to quite the same degree in , in agriculture , because a lot of agriculture erm , the protectionism that we 've given is in terms of high , high prices .
20 It 's up to Social Services , and Social Services may choose , although I have got to say it 's unlikely , to register a children 's or an elderly person 's home despite the fact that we 've given advice that they should n't .
21 It 's a compliment in itself that they 've given me the chance … ’
22 Helen : For some reason I thought of it that they 've given me this monster of a baby that I was n't going to be able to love , and some woman came round — she may have been the hospital social worker or an almoner — and spent about an hour telling me how this was going to completely change the course of my life , I was going to be saddled with this child that would need twenty-four hour care and attention , and I had to think carefully about whether I wanted that for the rest of my life , i.e. was I going to keep him — virtually talking me into not keeping him , and I think the turning-point was that I felt there was something coming from the outside that was , sort of , really trying to urge me to reject him , and that I rebelled against it .
23 Let's have a look at the ones that they 've given you .
24 As a works convenor , I work along twenty shop stewards , and I can tell this Congress that the message that they 've given to me from the people from the people that have elected them , is that they 're sick and tired of the perpetual bleating of the T U C about how they have to abide by the laws , when the only laws that are there are the laws that are bringing this movement down .
25 erm This has a knock-on effect insofar as if they 've once given up the physical sciences , then it means that they 've given up all hopes , when they leave school , of following a , a job or a profession , of courses in further or higher education , in technological , engineering subjects .
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