"Tell me," he cried, "where is this wicked woman, and where is the miserable object of her affection, whom she just manages to keep alive
This influence of habit was necessarily strong in a man whose life was so monotonous as Marner's-- who saw no new people and heard of no new events to keep alive
in him the idea of the unexpected and the changeful; and it explains simply enough, why his mind could be at ease, though he had left his house and his treasure more defenceless than usual.
As he opened his eyes and gave out the last hymn he looked at the handful of people, at the scattered pennies and dimes in the contribution box, and reflected that his mission was not only to gather funds for the building of his church, but to keep alive
, in all these remote and lonely neighborhoods, that love for the cause which was its only hope in the years to come.
- and what could be more obligatory than to keep alive
in the heart of a daughter that filial trust and honour which, even although misplaced, became her like a jewel of the mind?
"I mean, that it is only your wanting me very much, and being hardly able to keep alive
without me, whatever my offences, that would make me feel I ought to say I will."
"I perceive that you are curiously constructed, and that if you cannot breathe you cannot keep alive
She stressed on students to keep reading books to keep alive
book reading culture.
Assistant coach James Lowes has dubbed the match "a cup final" and admits the Wolves probably need to win all three remaining League matches to keep alive
their hopes of a Wembley and Old Trafford double.
But Turner knows he must stay in the top flight to keep alive
his international hopes.
Should we not be prepared to spend pounds 40,000 or more each year on chemotherapy or other drugs to try to keep alive
people with potentially life-limiting diseases such as kidney and other cancers?
IVORY COAST winger Max Gradel scored twice to keep alive
Bournemouth's slim chances of avoiding relegation.