"Our dear companion Will Stutely hath been taken by that vile Sheriff's men, therefore doth it behoove us to take bow and brand in hand to bring him off again; for I wot that we ought to risk life and limb for him, as he hath risked life and limb for us.
"Now we will lie here in ambush until we can get news, for it doth behoove us to be cunning and wary if we would bring our friend Will Stutely off from the Sheriff's clutches."
And the same sun, yellow and pale, as it behooves
a Dutch sun to be, was shining in the skies; and the same grated window looked down upon him from the Buytenhof; and the same rabble, no longer yelling, but completely thunderstruck, were staring at him from the streets below.
Now, while discoursing of sperm, it behooves
to speak of other things akin to it, in the business of preparing the sperm whale for the try-works.
But once posted in the bank, he fell for a time into a high degree of good fortune, which, as it was only a longer way about to fresh disaster, it behooves
me to explain.
'The Development of an "Impersonal" verb in Middle English: The Case of Behoove
So it will behoove
any venturesome distrib that picks up this indie drama to find a way of playing up the pic's distinguishing strengths: exceptional performances by two femme leads and sensitive but unsentimental storytelling throughout.
1 In the same interview, when asked about your husband, you said: "It doesn't behoove
us to be a public couple." Who the hell speaks like that?
But without our clearance Your memo won't move, So to beg for our blessing It would you behoove
I" think it would be a bit Pollyannaesque to await reassurance that all is well in pharmacy- and technology-land It would behoove
physicians to have as many non-pharmaceutical and non-technological tricks as can fit up the sleeves of their white coats.
If we want to avoid that which France is beginning to experience, it will behoove
us to perhaps reconsider our heritage and traditions and that which we have abandoned or lost and that upon which the entire genius of Western civilization--its education, science, culture and identity and moral underpinning--is based and is wholly dependent on: our Judeo-Christian tradition and worldview.
what this is meant to do, essentially, is provide even greater incentives and greater information to customers about the widely varying cost of electricity and when it might actually behoove
customers to make even greater efforts to strategically manage their loads and create even greater demand savings than they've found it economically beneficial to do up to this point." While curtailment was one of the strategies discussed, the area that brought the most heated debate centered around steam-chilling.