But above all things he ought to give up measuring his own customers with his own hands.
"Ralph the Heir" by Anthony Trollope
Each would give up anything, I think, for the other.
"Girls of the Forest" by L. T. Meade
Gives up Office Work.
"Autobiography of Frank G. Allen, Minister of the Gospel" by Frank G. Allen
It's only when you give up everything that you really know.
"The Creators" by May Sinclair
Then the summer after, if you can get away again, you can give up at Tomsk.
"Condemned as a Nihilist" by George Alfred Henty
Belinda, who had never fought for anything else in her life, refused absolutely to give up her dressmaker.
"Virginia" by Ellen Glasgow
Oh, Madeline, my little nursling, give up these wild plans and plots; they will bring you no good.
"Madeline Payne, the Detective's Daughter" by Lawrence L. Lynch
Every other temptation is at last concentrated into this; pride, and lust, and envy, and anger all give up their strength to avarice.
"The Crown of Wild Olive" by John Ruskin
I only put before you clearly and plainly what it was I was giving up in helping you.
"Vice Versa" by F. Anstey
Mrs. Farnshaw watched her daughter furtively and strained her ears for signs of giving up.
"The Wind Before the Dawn" by Dell H. Munger
"Now, madam, give them up, I beg -
I've had rheumatics in my leg;
Besides, until you do, it's plain
I cannot come to sight again!
"The Perils of Invisibility" by William Schwenck Gilbert
I could give up the cheering wine,
And never taste the siren cup,
But oh, thou woman, nymph divine,
I can not, will not give thee up.
"Love And Wine" by Thomas Frederick Young
Unto Him who has ordered all your lot,
To the Hand that will give the best,
That bids you come up to His home
To be His wedding guest.
"Welcome Home" by Nora Pembroke
IN all my Enna's beauties blest,
Amidst profusion still I pine;
For though she gives me up her breast,
Its panting tenant is not mine.
"Translation Of A South American Ode" by Oliver Goldsmith
O wandering graves! O restless sleep!
O silence of the sunless day!
O still ravine! O stormy deep!
Give up your prey! Give up your prey!
"Ave Imperatrix" by Oscar Wilde
"But what we have we give to you.
In the name of Jesus, walk!"
The man jumped up with a glorious shout.
He walked and jumped, began to talk.
"A Lame Man Is Healed" by Doris Clore Demaree
He doubts many in his group would give up their pension and opt for a lump sum .
After 57 years of being known for its short stories, Mademoiselle is giving up fiction for fashion.
The First Baptist Church of Boca Grande doesn't give up on the spirit of Christmas.
We're not ready to give up on Thanksgiving, however.
Mike Hadreas gives up a beefier, richer sound on his sophomore LP.
GOP moralist Bennett gives up gambling.
I stay patient with the Mets because the lack of it creates brash, misinformed decisions like trading Nolan Ryan for Jim Fregosi or giving up on a season in April when there's plenty of baseball to be played.
Despite several arrests and prison terms, the Moustache Brothers comedy team of Burma (Myanmar) haven't give up their craft.
The Department of Health has rolled out an ad campaign set to the song 'I'd do anything' from the musical Oliver to target smokers who want to give-up in the New Year.
Since then, President Obama's been criticized for giving up neckties in public appearances.
"Do not give up on your invention," he said.
Stanley Park's Forest Is A Haven Too Valuable To Give Up.
"never give up fighting for a cure".
George Sherrill should be able to get three outs before he gives up three runs.
Ladies and gentlemen, there are some things you need to know — some things you need to be absolutely clear about because there are people out there trying to cloud the issues and convince you to give up your rights.
The ﬁrst theorem in [FM3] gives a classiﬁcation of all ﬁnitely-presented, nonpolycyclic, abelian-by-cyclic groups up to quasi-isometry.
Problems on the geometry of finitely generated solvable groups
When tallied up, these contributions give formulas (b) and (c) in the cases l = n and l = n + 1 respectively.
Some applications of localization to enumerative problems
On a workstation, a day of symbolic computation with this formula gives the Ik ,l,m as integers up to k = 50.
Random incidence matrices: moments of the spectral density
Using this method, Karlin and McGregor [12, 13] give a determinant formula for the probability or measure for the n particles, starting at known positions, not to have collided up to time t and to be in given positions.
Random Walk in an Alcove of an Affine Weyl Group, and Non-Colliding Random Walks on an Interval
Giving up on that hope is indeed a radical shift.
Quantum theory and the role of mind in nature