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give

/lend an ear
To pay close attention; listen attentively.

give

free/full rein to
To release from restraints; allow to go unchecked: gave free rein to her emotions.
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There are philanthropic mutual funds, like Schwab's Fund for Charitable Giving, that are designed to make charity as palatable as playing the market.
Document administration on the Medication Administration Record as soon as possible after giving a drug so other providers have access to this information.
It's a way of saying thank you for giving something back toward the event," Bruscia says.
By giving an effective amount of time to God--time at home in prayer, time with their families in prayer--people get closer to God.
Philanthropic giving is an important part of building wealth in your community.
Some citizens argued that the officers accepted the coffee with no intention of giving favorable treatment to the shop owner or anyone else, while others claimed that no one else would have had their fines paid by the police.
And it implies that it is our bread and wine that we are giving, not bread and wine from His bounty.
Of 50 major metropolitan areas surveyed by The Chronicle of Philanthropy, San Jose ranks last in individual charitable giving.
It means personal and financial involvement, and, ideally, giving that promotes equality of opportunity.
Waits argues that this shift problematized gift giving, for it seemed to contaminate what was supposed to be a spontaneous outpouring of personal warmth and regard with the cold, impersonal values of the market.
To some, giving money away to win PR chits makes as much sense as giving it to antibusiness organizations, though it is far more benign.
Exchanging good refers to the giving and taking of all material things.
Beware of Scam Artists Trying to Take Advantage of Holiday Giving Spirit
People giving money to charity traditionally open their wallets the widest from Thanksgiving through Christmas.
Supreme Court's totality of the circumstances test, the impact of everything that occurs during the course of an individual giving consent to search a particular person, place, or thing must be considered when determining if the consent was voluntary.