givens was sitting in her car with a figure with “flowing blonde hair.”
“His tone of voice, too, was audibly less forceful than it normally is,” givens continued.
For givens, a return to Harlan County is a return to everything he fought hard to get away from.
But the negotiators on both sides understand these givens, and they are more or less ready for them.
After his divorce from givens, Tyson continued to see her from time to time.
Warden left the sheriff's office, after turning the bodies of Link and givens over to the official.
In the end the rumour drove them from givens, and in this manner.
At any rate, she married him and lived from 1718 to 1725 in the manse at givens, where I made her acquaintance.
The "rucus," as givens called it afterward, was brief and somewhat confused.
The parishioners of givens seldom had sight of her, and set it down to pride and contempt of her husband's origin.
past participle adjective, late 14c., "allotted, predestined," from give; also with a noun sense of "fate," reflecting an important concept in pagan Germanic ideology (Old English had giefeðe in this sense). The modern sense of "what is given, known facts" is from 1879. Given name (1827) so called because given at baptism.