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It was a strange reversal of attitudes: Fred's blond face and blue eyes, usually bright and careless, ready to give attention to anything that held out a promise of amusement, looking involuntarily grave and almost embarrassed as if by the sight of something unfitting; while Lydgate, who had habitually an air of self-possessed strength, and a certain meditativeness that seemed to lie behind his most observant attention, was acting, watching, speaking with that excited narrow consciousness which reminds one of an animal with fierce eyes and retractile claws.
My mother, of course, had little time in which to give attention to the training of her children during the day.
Talking to media here, Ahmed Chattha said that Nawaz Sharif should have give attention to poverty eradication in the country.
Different media, including radio and television stations, newspapers and Internet sites, may give attention to the issues around the World Day of Social Justice.
There is nobody in government serious enough to give attention to the voice of deprived people, said Adil.
NEW YORK: A new survey from American Express revealed Millennials will reorder the priorities in the workplace to focus on building businesses based on both purpose and profit, and give attention to employee well-being.
Moreno said that it is just right to give attention to sports development since this is one of the ways to develop the character value of the youth.
This event is organised by the school as they give attention to the overall development of the students.
The Vice-President directed Wali of West Darfur State to give attention to people's livelihood and to provide them with basic services.
I need a full-time job to work through all these materials on this timetable to give a reasonable response but unfortunately the one I have now expects me to give attention to it, especially through Advent.
Prof Francis, co-editor and Pro Vice-Chancellor (Learning & Teaching) at Northumbria said: ""In examining the nature and extent of invisible crime and social harms, our approach has been to give attention to a number of acts that often seem opaque, and to provide an organising framework that challenges a number of commonly held beliefs and ways of thinking about crime, harm, victimisation, regulation and crime control.
The demand the concerned authorities to give attention to Lower Kurram Agency and help the affectees because the infrastructure in the Agency is destroyed, schools, hospital, electricity and jungle of the area were destroyed.