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We need to keep asking the human rights lawyer-turned-apologist, never mind that he will peddle us with lies.
He further asked which is a sin, asking or looting, and added that it is acceptable to him to ask from people instead of looting them.
Suggesting instead of asking. Many salespeople "suggest" a client give them a referral instead of directly asking for it.
However, 70% of 18 to 24-year-olds ask for help more than once a month, with a quarter asking a few times per week.
5 : to behave as if seeking a result <You're asking for trouble.>
The reason I keep asking "What does that mean?" is because people keep making up complicated names for simple things, just so they can make themselves feel a little more superior or more intellectual.
If you're asking them to sign your board then it's mandatory that the board you are asking them to sign is not a board that is manufactured by the company that is throwing the demo.
"What do you really look like?" they were asking. Not me--my genes.
The mean response score for the item asking students whether they write brief summaries of course readings had a low score of 3.0, indicating most students did not use this study technique.
JOE DIMAGGIO, the late New York Yankee legend, on his naivete as a younger player: "I can remember a reporter asking for a quote, and I didn't know what a quote was.
I travel all the time, and friends think nothing of asking me if my partner and I have a "don't ask, don't tell" policy in regard to our fidelity.