How much more of the nation's economic and intellectual resources will be used up before the problem of traffic speed is solved?1671, John Milton, Samson Agonistes, in Paradise Regaind.Displaced native, middle English noten, nutten (to use) (from Old English notian, notan, nyttian ) and Middle English brouken, bruken (to use, enjoy) (from Old English brcan ).
Milton God made two great lights, great for their use / To man.Performing in front of thousands of fans is an experience Kevin is getting used.
The three of them smoked cigarettes to keep warm, the cold weather not something they were used.Remember, it is about the sound of the first letter.) An LRS.Look at the reception he gave herAndrew has no use for Mrs Jones And that is one form of weapon I have no use for, proof that I have not absorbed all of my father's teachings.
Farmers have rarely made use of cooperatives for marketing purposes.To be of any use, the photos must be up to date he had to remain focused if he was to be any use in the search a pair of goggles would be of use Such TV systems will have no analogue outputs so even.
Displaced native, middle English note (use) (See note ) from, old English notu, and.( dated ) To behave toward; to act with regard to; to treat.1558, George Cavendish, The Life and Death of Thomas Wolsey, cardinal, edited by Grace.