give money

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It is wholly against my principles to give money away to people of this class.
You'll get up concerts, and chase people about for autographs and give money your parents give you and that doesn't cost you either time or labour.
In well-ordered States they are commonly those who are the weakest in bodily strength, and therefore of little use for any other purpose; their duty is to be in the market, and to give money in exchange for goods to those who desire to sell and to take money from those who desire to buy.
As a matter of fact the necessity of having to pay, to actually give money to people, infuriated the pious Therese.
In the footage, most terrified scene is that an addict overlying on a car to force the driver to give money to him.
Our selection of the best of your messages to our Twitter and Facebook sites Charity says beggars aren't always homeless after Coventry man is banned from sitting on the pavement I will give money if I have it.
Coun Emily Spurrell, the mayoral lead on community safety, told the ECHO: "We understand that people want to help those who are in need, especially as Christmas approaches, and it is a hard message to be asked not to give money to them.
If you wish to give money then please give your money to the appropriate charities in Newcastle.
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He says he married me so I'd give money to him to manage his parents' home.
So, if there is uncertainty in this area, why not in the statistics about the percentage of volunteers who also give money to charity?
How can any sensible person give money they don't have?