I branched off into this discussion of robots and nanites to give an idea of the kinds of massive gains in efficiency with declining costs.
Let the son marry the daughter, if both agree, and give them the treasure as a wedding portion.
I will not propose that we should "give peace a chance."
Let's move back and give her some air.
Why should she give Brandon the chance to reject her again?
"Give him a seat," said Tushin.
"Will you give it to me, mother?" asked little Alfred.
You cannot give away your right to live.
I only said that you were to give them the grain.
'I'll give you grain, indeed!' she says, voices in the crowd were heard saying.
"Why didn't you give something to Sarcas?" he asked.
Nanotechnology will give us metals that don't bend, or bend and yet remember their original shape.
I wouldn't give it up for a million dollars, just like I wouldn't sell my left arm for a million dollars.
Give a brief account of Huss and his work.
It is said that the Emperor was reluctant to give Kutuzov those powers.
Napoleon smiled and told them to give the Cossack a horse and bring the man to him.
"Give it to the peasants, let them have all they need; I give you leave in my brother's name," said she.
I give this order in my brother's name; and tell them that what is ours is theirs.
Go when you please, and I give you my word of honor that no one shall dare to cause you annoyance if only you will allow me to act as your escort.
I'll give them armed force...
Give me five hundwed men and I will bweak the line, that's certain!
"I give my word of honor as a Wussian officer," said Denisov, "that I can bweak Napoleon's line of communication!"
"We must give reserves," he said, moving his arms slightly apart.
"There are gentry here; the general himself is in that hut, and you foul-mouthed devils, you brutes, I'll give it to you!" shouted he, hitting the first man who came in his way a swinging blow on the back.
It was impossible to take bread and clothes from our hungry and indispensable soldiers to give to the French who, though not harmful, or hated, or guilty, were simply unnecessary.
The first time he had recourse to his new judge was when a French prisoner, a colonel, came to him and, after talking a great deal about his exploits, concluded by making what amounted to a demand that Pierre should give him four thousand francs to send to his wife and children.
But best of all you have brought yourself back--for I never saw anything like it, you ought to give your wife a scolding!
He seeks only for peace, and only these people sans foi ni loi * can give it him--people who recklessly hack at and strangle everything--Magnitski, Arakcheev, and tutti quanti....
The blue skirt and sweater were a little dressy for jail, but they'd no doubt give her some fashionable stripes to wear anyway.
Her knees were trembling as if they were going to give way at any moment, and her face felt devoid of blood.
But when she asked Giddon to give Connie his phone number, he looked suspiciously from one of them to the other.
But his thoughts--the simplest, clearest, and therefore most terrible thoughts--would give him no peace.
It is essential for us; it will give us all we need: comfortable quarters and a speedy return to our country.
He swore on his honor that the Russians were lost if the Emperor would give another division.
Napoleon did not give his Guards, not because he did not want to, but because it could not be done.
"Give me your hand," said he and, turning it over so as to feel the pulse, added: "You are not well, my dear fellow.
From all this talk he saw only one thing: that to defend Moscow was a physical impossibility in the full meaning of those words, that is to say, so utterly impossible that if any senseless commander were to give orders to fight, confusion would result but the battle would still not take place.
To give that terrible order seemed to him equivalent to resigning the command of the army.
Is it better to give up Moscow without a battle, or by accepting battle to risk losing the army as well as Moscow?
In the midst of the conversation she noticed "Granddad" give Bennigsen a quick, subtle glance, and then to her joys she saw that "Granddad" said something to "Long-coat" which settled him.
I would give my life for the happiness of them both.
"And who may you be?" one of them suddenly asked Pierre, evidently meaning what Pierre himself had in mind, namely: "If you want to eat we'll give you some food, only let us know whether you are an honest man."