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granted



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see take for granted .

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Example Sentences

But that stability can be withdrawn as easily as it was granted.

Granted, James is in an office in the Pentagon, and not on the front lines.

But Bratton himself has granted that black people “of all classes” have told him they fear the police.

As far as finally being acknowledged herself with that elusive Academy gold, well, Moore says she would not take it for granted.

At this point, the developed world takes the internet for granted.

"Granted; as many as you like," he returned, glancing down into her eyes that were full of thoughtfulness and some speculation.

Instead of the expected general amnesty, only a few special pardons were granted.

In 1622 a monopoly of the importation of tobacco was granted to the Virginia and Somers Island, companies.

If the high wage is paid and the short hours are granted, then the price of the thing made, so it seems, rises higher still.

He granted her continuance at home, till the year of her noviciate; but that year must come, and it will commence next January.

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