The nurse was a kind-hearted woman, who could not live without something
`But,' said I, `to be quite honest, I do not think I can live without something
of a musical society.
Copperfield, that we can not live without something
widely different from existing circumstances shortly turning up.
5) An oxygen tank that recycles its O2: On Mars, the oxygen level is 0.1 therefore I wouldn't be able to live without something
that generates oxygen.
Oh, and also convince folks that they couldn't live without something
they had never before seen.
That made him think of what life would be like to live without something
most people take for granted.
And no, I'm not talking about those fabulous Harajuku Lovers Snow Bunnies ($99.95 for a set of four), because it's not indulgent if you can't live without something
If you just can't stop spending on your credit card, cut it up, throw it away and live without something
- it won't kill you.
The biggest hurdle facing the makers of most new gadgets is convincing people that they cannot live without something
that didn't even exist last Christmas.
The prospect of letting go creates a sense of risk or danger, namely that we will be required to live without something
(or someone) that we have previously convinced ourselves is necessary to our wellbeing.