To give place

to make room; to yield; to give way; to give advantage.
- London Academy.

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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The virtues, also, such as justice, self-restraint, and so on, are not easily dislodged or dismissed, so as to give place to vice.
The polished gentleman disappeared to give place to the bank robber.
At first the talk was a little gloomy, and ran mainly upon the shortness of life, the uncertainty of it, the perils which beset it, and the need and wisdom of being always prepared for the worst; this shaded off into low-voiced references to the dangers of the deep, and kindred matters; but as the gray east began to redden and the mysterious solemnity and silence of the dawn to give place to the joy-songs of the birds, the talk took a cheerier tone, and our spirits began to rise steadily.
Unfortunately, contrary to Islamic teaching, the Muslim society failed to give place to woman.
He asked the political and religious parties not to give place to criminals or terrorists in their ranks.
There will also be less flexibility for admissions staff at Coventry University to give place to applicants who have slightly lower grades than they need.
Rather, to be humble means "to give place to another." Any human relationship that values reciprocal attention is a humble relationship when one sentient individual gives place to another.
The dominant image is that God's love will be played out as God protects Israel from harm and gathers Israel from the nations to give place and dignity to the people again.
The world of literary scholarship is based on paradigms which break down to give place to new ones.
"Will national economies disappear to give place to a one-world economy?" "This is unclear," he said.
Akhtar Mohiuddin and prayed to Allah Almighty to give place to the departed soul in the paradise and gives strength to Mr.