He was just asking for the sake of something
to talk about.
I was busy out in the garden, as you saw, turning the soil over for the sake of something
Now we call that which is in itself worthy of pursuit more final than that which is worthy of pursuit for the sake of something
else, and that which is never desirable for the sake of something
else more final than the things that are desirable both in themselves and for the sake of that other thing, and therefore we call final without qualification that which is always desirable in itself and never for the sake of something
When nations rise above themselves for the sake of something
grander, it is a force to be reckoned with.
Work is an activity done for the sake of something
else: we work in order to get paid.
We don't think, 'Oh we're getting into various states of undress for the sake of something
And both of these are used by the nature <of the embryo> insofar as they have a capacity for making one thing this way and another that way from necessity; so that in the context of development at any rate it is for the sake of something
that the heating and cooling of these and the formation of each of the parts takes place, the flesh being made soft--heating and cooling making it such on the one hand from necessity and on the other hand for the sake of something
--while sinew is made solid and elastic, and bone solid and brittle.
Fools may act silly and, well, foolish, but, underneath, their real job is to speak, sing, rhyme and uncover for the sake of something
Indian academic Rajmohan Gandhi writes, 'When inspired genius is willing to renounce ease and glory for the sake of something
greater, the impact is huge.
Did some fashion editor at Vogue get so bored of writing articles about Liz Hurley wearing the same white jeans for 10 years that she decided with a sigh that for the sake of something
to write about, it was about time they revived a long-forgotten fashion crime?
Thus, even liberal education can be seen to be for the sake of something
beyond itself, namely, the activity and enjoyment of leisure.
As we shall see, the relation between limits of motion and limits of being turns out to correspond perfectly with the relation, which we have already considered, between coming to be for the sake of something
and being for the sake of something
We pay for unity for the sake of something
greater, namely, God's mission to the world.
reminds us that the Evangelists were not composing for the sake of something
new in speech but because God's Spirit was "radically re-creating their very selves" (154).
VENEERS could be a choice for anyone happy to loosen the purse strings for the sake of something
more long-lasting and guaranteed to resist the staining of nicotine, coffee and red wine.