I intend to be more, not less, in the thick of resolving serious issues.
“Everybody knows Henry did not intend to kill his mother,” Epstein said.
Once again, Wiliam and Kate are showing that they intend doing things their way.
The only pejorative aspect I intend by “very liberal” is their spending.
Late last week, Afghan President Hamid Karzai made a surprise announcement: he does not intend to run for a third term in 2014.
But they did not intend to fight matters out on high waters.
"Of course Captain Blastblow did not intend to run into it," I added.
I did intend to have written something about Marsilly but that I had noe time then.
There is only one point on which I wish or intend to hang any reproach.
Do you intend to go over in the full uniform of a staff-officer?
c.1300, "direct one's attention to," from Old French entendre, intendre "to direct one's attention" (in Modern French principally "to hear"), from Latin intendere "turn one's attention, strain," literally "stretch out, extend," from in- "toward" (see in- (2)) + tendere "to stretch" (see tenet). Sense of "have as a plan" (late 14c.) was present in Latin. A Germanic word for this was ettle, from Old Norse ætla "to think, conjecture, propose," from Proto-Germanic *ahta "consideration, attention" (cf. Old English eaht, German acht). Intended (n.) "one's intended husband or wife" is from 1767.