be given

  1. have a tendency or disposition to do or be something; be inclined
    These dresses run small
    He inclined to corpulence
    She tends to be nervous before her lectures
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  • · The tailstock quill is brought into working position (Fig. 14) whereby special attention must be given to quill cleanliness. 3. Preparations for thread cutting by dies and taps
  • If an infant's condition is not as grave as was thought, he will live, and he can then be given optimal care if he has any handicaps.
  • Such a cynosure, at least in aspect, and something such too in nature, though with important variations made apparent as the story proceeds, was welkin-eyed Billy Budd, or Baby Budd, as more familiarly under circumstances hereafter to be given he at last came to be called, aged twenty-one, a foretopman of the British fleet toward the close of the last decade of the eighteenth century. Billy Budd
  • It will be given a tender from another departed locomotive and regain its former Sierra appearance.
  • Ministers will be given powers to remove weak heads swiftly if they are unable to provide a blueprint for improvement. The Sun
  • The Confucius Business School set up at various countries shall recruit students locally, and the recruited local business students will be given face-to-face couching by teachers sent over.
  • The most important practical lesson that can be given to nurses is to teach them what to observe – how to observe – what symptoms indicate improvement – what the reverse – which are of importance – which are of none – which are the evidence of neglect – and of what kind of neglect. Notes on Nursing: What It Is, and What It Is Not
  • We collected a bundle of old clothes to be given to poor people.
  • With the cost of floor coverings over concrete subfloors now estimated at more than a billion dollars a year in the United States, far greater attention must be given to the issue of moisture within and below concrete slabs on grade.
  • An account must now be given of the eustyle, which is the most approved class, and is arranged on principles developed with a view to convenience, beauty, and strength. The Ten Books on Architecture
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