consign Hinduski

wymowa
v. भेजना, सुपुर्द करना

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And Andrew Speedy, seizing the wad of banknotes, counted them and consigned them to his pocket.
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He could sleep well only when he had driven a good bargain during the day. He bought at auction thousands of bottles of wine consigned by bankrupt firms,
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In that case, he would have been shot or consigned to a colonial prison like so many of his former comrades. So his determination crystallized, and he stopped thinking about the affairs of his mother-country.
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they wished to enslave the worthless man of the South, consigning him forever to a world regulated by "the salt of the earth," "the aristocracy of humanity."
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If I sought to enter by the house, my own servants would consign me to the gallows.
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It felt good to consign all my problems with demons to the back of my brain.
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I HAD BEEN CONSIGNED BY A TEN-YEAR-OLD TO THE COMPANY OF WEAK-WILLED TUTORS AND SPINELESS SCHOOLMASTERS.
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Most of the stuff in Patrick’s place they’d given to charity, the rest consigned to the trash bin.
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Only a few astronomers shared this view at the time. Subsequently it was consigned to oblivion.
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The boy sighed deeply, and, bestowing an ardent gaze upon its plumpness, unwillingly consigned it to his master.
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