In the rearing of skyscrapers, it is now usual to have a temporary wire strung vertically, so that the architect may stand on the ground and confer
with a foreman who sits astride of a naked girder three hundred feet up in the air.
Don Quixote asked her name in order that he might from that time forward know to whom he was beholden for the favour he had received, as he meant to confer
upon her some portion of the honour he acquired by the might of his arm.
I knew two, that were competitors for the secretary's place in Queen Elizabeth's time, and yet kept good quarter between themselves; and would confer
, one with another, upon the business; and the one of them said, That to be a secretary, in the declination of a monarchy, was a ticklish thing, and that he did not affect it: the other straight caught up those words, and discoursed with divers of his friends, that he had no reason to desire to be secretary, in the declination of a monarchy.
Prithee, friend, do not keep your knowledge to yourself; we are a large party; and any benefit which you confer upon us will be amply rewarded.
But does he therefore confer no benefit when he works for nothing?
He appeals to the world-famed hospitality of Athens and hints at the blessings that his coming will confer
on the State.
or agrees to confer
any benefit and the receipt of the benefit is prohibited by this section;
In very limited circumstances, the project for which the condemnation is being undertaken confers
a special benefit on the remainder.
The President every year confers
civil awards on Pakistani citizens in recognition of gallantry, or distinction in academics, sports etc.
In caterpillars of the diamondback moth, a pest of cabbages and related crops, a single recessive trait confers
resistance to four Bt toxins.
Each Series I and Series II Note confers
the right to subscribe for two Series J Shares:
However, enterobacteria of animal origin were resistant to apramycin by synthesis of a plasmid-mediated 3-N-aminoglycoside acetyltransferase type IV, which also confers
resistance to gentamicin (4).
The first integron carries the aadA2 gene, which confers
resistance to streptomycin and spectinomycin, and a truncated sulI resistance gene.
EpiVax, Inc, a leader in genome-derived vaccines, announced today that it has developed a promising tularemia vaccine candidate (TuliVax(TM)) that confers
Giving birth confers
on women some protection against ovarian cancer.