The suitors applauded the bard, whereon Minerva went up to Ulysses and prompted him to beg
pieces of bread from each one of the suitors, that he might see what kind of people they were, and tell the good from the bad; but come what might she was not going to save a single one of them.
'Thus do we beg who know the way of it,' said he proudly to the lama, who opened his eyes at the contents of the bowl.
There is Sikandar Khan, Nur Ali Beg, and Farrukh Shah all heads of kafilas [caravans] - who deal there,' said the Flower.
Farrukh Shah is a bear, Ali Beg a swashbuckler, and old Sikandar Khan - yaie!
"I wish you'd beg Archie's too, and be good friends again.
You are so ready to beg my pardon I don't see why you can't beg Archie's, if you are in the wrong."
"I'm not!" this was so short and sharp that Rose started, and Charlie added in a calmer but still very haughty tone: "A gentleman always begs pardon when he has been rude to a lady, but one man doesn't apologize to another man who has insulted him."
Franklin Blake presents his compliments to Miss Clack, and begs to thank her for the fifth chapter of her narrative.
(3.) "Miss Clack begs to acknowledge the return of her Extracts.
Given the strong correlation between homelessness and begging (94 per cent of people who beg
being homeless), the establishment of assertive outreach, engagement, intervention, and referral strategies to assist beggars to access housing and other support services has the potential to significantly reduce the incidence of begging.
* Boston Globe columnist Dan Shaughnessy observed, "Which (a Red Sox action) begs
the question, How come Sox stars behave like babies (in Yankee Stadium)?
built a remarkable astronomical observatory equipped with an enormous stone sextant--it has a 131 ft (40 m) radius--set solidly in a hill near Samarkand.