When he had seen him spring, a free man, to his feet, and had given vent to
the transport of delight which the sight awakened, he went to work upon his own, which soon fell rattling down upon the ground, and left his limbs unfettered.
He was of the opinion that progressive writers, poets and critics have successfully given vent to
an emotional impulse in the Urdu literature, but their temporal thought had pushed the literature to the lowest rung of the intellectual ladder.
LAHORE, October 29, 2011 (Frontier Star): PML-N Leader Nawaz Sharif's absence from the party's show of strength on Friday has given vent to
the reports of widening differences between the Sharif brothers.
Warne had earlier in July given vent to
his plight with British Airways over an uncomfortable trip from London to the US.
The LTF studies have been challenged by opponents of the project, particularly inhabitants of the Suse Valley (Italian Piedmont), who have given vent to
their opposition through a series of protests and blockages over recent months.
The fact that Dr Rowan Williams seems to have given vent to
the disappointment when answering questions at the Christian Festival at Cheltenham Racecourse could mean something far more serious.
With time running out to the start of the season, Newcastle Vipers boss Clyde Tuyl has given vent to
his frustrations regarding the Findus British National League's failure to deliver a full fixtures list.
Small businesses in the Midlands have given vent to
their feelings to a Government quango.