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The enormous grant which had been made at the outset for three years was already spent and a fresh supply had to be granted.

I remember I told Giles, when I had recovered myself a little, that he had taken things too much for granted.

Uncle MaxRosa Nouchette Carey

Evidently it was to be taken quietly for granted that these two were engaged.

The Guests Of HerculesC. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson

This was granted them, thanks to the perseverance and energy of our remonstrances.

Most morphologists of the younger generations now take these terms for granted, without remembering the name of their founder.

The Last LinkErnst Haeckel

I therefore have to propose that we meet as old friends and take the past for granted.

Bleak HouseCharles Dickens

It was granted on condition that the terms of a peace with France should first be agreed upon.

Nevertheless, the Senate gave the highest honors to Pompey, who was voted a triumph, while only an ovation was granted to Crassus.

Does it really follow—as has been taken for granted—that Cesare must have remained an ecclesiastic had Gandia lived?

It was at Wolseys request that a charter was granted to the University which placed the greater part of the city at its mercy.

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