The File replied, "You must indeed be a simple-minded fellow if you expect to get anything from me, who am accustomed to take from everyone, and never to give anything
With his knowledge of languages, the respect shown him by the French, his simplicity, his readiness to give anything
asked of him (he received the allowance of three rubles a week made to officers); with his strength, which he showed to the soldiers by pressing nails into the walls of the hut; his gentleness to his companions, and his capacity for sitting still and thinking without doing anything (which seemed to them incomprehensible), he appeared to them a rather mysterious and superior being.
But when one wants to sell, no one will give anything
An embankment fell on some Frenchmen yesterday, and the papers are full of it today--but whether those sufferers were killed, or crippled, or bruised, or only scared is more than I can possibly make out, and yet I would just give anything
He wouldn't give anything
to the library last summer, you remember, till the Story Girl told him that story about his grandmother.
I pity poor Nancy from my soul, and would willingly give anything
in my power that no familiarities had ever passed between us.
"Well, he don't miss any property by it, because he'll get that all right; but he's missed seeing his brother Peter die -- which he mayn't mind, nobody can tell as to that -- but his brother would a give anything
in this world to see HIM before he died; never talked about nothing else all these three weeks; hadn't seen him since they was boys together -- and hadn't ever seen his brother William at all -- that's the deef and dumb one -- William ain't more than thirty or thirty-five.
So now my lord and lady duke and duchess, here is your governor Sancho Panza, who in the bare ten days he has held the government has come by the knowledge that he would not give anything
to be governor, not to say of an island, but of the whole world; and that point being settled, kissing your worships' feet, and imitating the game of the boys when they say, 'leap thou, and give me one,' I take a leap out of the government and pass into the service of my master Don Quixote; for after all, though in it I eat my bread in fear and trembling, at any rate I take my fill; and for my part, so long as I'm full, it's all alike to me whether it's with carrots or with partridges."
Here again, I find it impossible to give anything
like a clear account of the state of my mind in the interval after Sergeant Cuff had left us.
In the present instance, she confessed and lamented her want of knowledge, declared that she would give anything
in the world to be able to draw; and a lecture on the picturesque immediately followed, in which his instructions were so clear that she soon began to see beauty in everything admired by him, and her attention was so earnest that he became perfectly satisfied of her having a great deal of natural taste.
The prepared text released last Friday didn't give anything
away, but reiterated that the economy and job market remained strong, while inflation was low.
Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) co chairman Asif Ali Zardari reacting over the Tweet said that the government cannot give anything
including NRO (National Reconciliation Ordinance).
Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari also reacted over the Tweet said that the government cannot give anything
'I did not give anything
(in cash or kind) to anyone.
It was difficult at that time to give anything
to those who were fleeing through the forest from certain death, but now I can give something to these people who keep the memory alive,' said MaliA to FENA.