give audience

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He could give audience to a nation at a time under its roof.
As she spoke, Fe lix stopped to give audience to one of the grooms, who had apparently been sent with a message to him.
In his political capacity he has authority to settle disputes between the provinces, when other methods fail; to assist at the deliberations of the States-General, and at their particular conferences; to give audiences to foreign ambassadors, and to keep agents for his particular affairs at foreign courts.
Sally says: "The shows will be psychic dynamite and although they are undoubtedly entertaining, there is also a very serious side, which is to give audience members messages of hope and love from the other side.
The forum is named "Oufuqy" because it follows the horizontal approach to give audience the opportunity to integrate the festival into their daily activities, according to Oufuqy Music Forum's official Facebook page.
Dino also clarified that all films would be merely for exhibition and that the FDCP would give Audience Choice awards to the Top 3 films.
Ray Mears: Tales of Endurance will give audience members the chance to quiz the survivalist, author and TV presenter.
At one point, she succumbed to a fit of laughter - and leaned down to give audience an eyeful, as her brassiered breasts almost came out of her top.
The film gained interest from audience across the globe, compelling festival administrators to give Audience Award to the film.
The film gained interest from the audience across the globe compelling festival administrators to give Audience Award to the film," he added.
Each evening, a double-bill will showcase two different classical styles to give audience members an insight into the art form's diversity.