Congress may not grant titles of nobility.
The judge granted a stay of execution.
The court granted her a decree of divorce.
Grilled Sculpin now correctly grants Ranged Attack Power.
I pray GOd grant anomer loved you so.
The outlaw was granted sanctuary in the church.
Her prayer for rain was granted at last.
[mass noun]immunities granted to trade unions by statute .
God grant he will soon regain his freedom.
The judge looked thoughtful, then granted the motion.
Western aid was only granted conditional on further reform.
The boy earnestly asked that his application be granted.
Bail is granted at the discretion of the court.
Unions were granted immunity from prosecution for non-violent acts.
Through the intercession of him, my request was granted.
The court granted me a lien on my debtor’s property.
The United States granted the franchise to women in 1920.
Higher education grants are a carrot with which to entice students.
They may grant you power,honour,and riches but afflict you with servitude,infamy,and poverty.
The railway line, due for closure, has been granted a six-month reprieve.
But what about college grants and scholarships?
Was Anne's petition for her sainthood granted?
There are so many kinds of grants.
Oh, I'll grant you it's a fixer-upper.
I'll go like a queen granting favors.
Well, I'll grant you it's a fixer-upper.
The Constitution granted them that right, supposedly.
Children always take their mothers for granted.
He's agreed to grant you your freedom.
Are you talking about the Dewer Grant?
Granted, their home lives are not great.
The Kaiser will go, I'll grant you...
I'll grant you one little locator spell.
We must never take " Us" for granted.
永远不能把" 我们" 视为当然。
Professor Nyman recalled is granted, Miss Costello.
So Pilate decided to grant their demand.
Enough not to take anything for granted.
Come on, Grant. - That water was cold.
行了 格兰特 -那水凉的 -
But God granted you such beauty, Mandy.
Hephaestus only grants one weapon per god.