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given

on official documents, issued or executed, as on a stated date.
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I can hardly imagine any occurrence which could have given me more genuine satisfaction than the receipt of this draft.
Meanwhile Telemachus was furious about the blow that had been given to his father, and though no tear fell from him, he shook his head in silence and brooded on his revenge.
Every one else has given him something to put in his wallet, but Antinous has hit him on the right shoulder-blade with a footstool.
In a word, they accepted the offer; and having baked bread enough to serve them a month given them, and as much goats' flesh as they could eat while it was sweet, with a great basket of dried grapes, a pot of fresh water, and a young kid alive, they boldly set out in the canoe for a voyage over the sea, where it was at least forty miles broad.
Cardenio, then, being, as I said, now mad, when he heard himself given the lie, and called a scoundrel and other insulting names, not relishing the jest, snatched up a stone that he found near him, and with it delivered such a blow on Don Quixote's breast that he laid him on his back.
It would seem to have been better, for the first time at least, to have given a shorter sermon, and to have touched upon fewer subjects.
Eliot gave them occasionally an apple or a cake; and the adults were requested to repeat to them the instructions that had been given.
So which takeaways have been given a five star rating in 2016?
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gt; present is used when something is given with some ceremony.
It helps to know that people like Buffett are giving billions to help solve the world's problems, but as Jesus said, the widow's few coins, given with faith, means just as much as the gifts of the rich.