Thy father has rented him the ponds to use when his own gives out.
When newly prepared, it gives out a strong smell of vinegar.
Rosalind, dressed as a man, gives out that Celia is her sister.
The first and second are informative, explicative, they take in and dothe other gives out.
Well, too, is the tree repaid for all that it gives out through its leaves.
On recognising his antagonist in the duel, the Kentuckian gives out a groan.
The Rabbi then stands, and gives out the names of the sacred tones in their succession.
If it gives out a purple color in burning he knows there is gold in it.
For what all denominate the Sun, is that which gives out light and heat.
He is still older than the clerk, but he gives out all the voice he has to help him.