SAKE


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AcronymDefinition
SAKESuburban Atlanta Kite Enthusiasts (Georgia, USA)
SAKESan Antonio Kids Exchange (est. 1997; San Antonio, TX)
SAKESecond Avenue Klezmer Ensemble (San Diego, CA)
SAKESkills, Aptitude, Knowledge and Experience
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My darling," said he, "I beg of you, for my sake and for our child's sake, as well as for your own, that you will never for one instant let that idea enter your mind
For Heaven's sake, Jessie," she said, "look around and see if there is anything more
Elton for my sake; because for your own sake rather, I would wish it to be done, for the sake of what is more important than my comfort, a habit of selfcommand in you, a consideration of what is your duty, an attention to propriety, an endeavour to avoid the suspicions of others, to save your health and credit, and restore your tranquillity.
We giv' him the name of Pip for your sake, dear old chap," said Joe, delighted when I took another stool by the child's side (but I did not rumple his hair), "and we hoped he might grow a little bit like you, and we think he do.
Not change for change sake, but change to preserve America's ideals: life, liberty, the pursuit of happiness.
For the sake of him who showed One wise Frog the Jungle-Road, Keep the Law the Man-Pack make-- For thy blind old Baloo's sake
Then the miser said, 'Bind me fast, bind me fast, for pity's sake.
It is evident then that we may conclude of those things that are, that plants are created for the sake of animals, and animals for the sake of men; the tame for our use and provision; the wild, at least the greater part, for our provision also, or for some other advantageous purpose, as furnishing us with clothes, and the like.
Everyone in the house realized for whose sake Prince Andrew came, and without concealing it he tried to be with Natasha all day.
My reading for reading's sake, as I had hitherto done it, was at an end, and I read primarily for the sake of writing about the book in hand, and secondarily for the pleasure it might give me.
Your father, unfortunately, yielded to them, for your sake.
Yes," said the Horse; "if any remains out of what I am now eating I will give it you for the sake of my own superior dignity, and if you will come when I reach my own stall in the evening, I will give you a little sack full of barley.