So I’m begging you.
Please, I’m begging the government because I can’t cope.
Either that or such arguments are likely to be question-begging.
In weeks prior, the company had said Lindell was "begging to be sued."
In some countries the term describes a more serious offense than begging.
The argument is that any such appeal would obviously be question begging.
There could be letters from MPs and patient groups, and begging letters from patients."
The market is not begging for more happy words about how great the Trump economy has been.
But there are claims that the UK has a problem with 'fake homeless' begging on the street.
Daffodil sellers, shoeshine men, women and children begging in Beirut — all incant, “Min Suria.”
From a more traditional theistic standpoint, the argument is simply an elaborate exercise in begging the question.
“If I’m sitting here begging for money or begging for her to pay this bill, it puts a chink in my armor.
As the newly elected Labour government sets out to build 'New Jerusalem', Britain is forced to hold out the begging bowl in Washington.
This consideration, plus its ancient lineage back to Aristotle, might explain begging the question’s persistent inclusion among fallacies.
Begging the question is explained as asking for the answer (the proposition) which one is supposed to prove, in order to avoid having to make a proof of it.
And the fact that you can’t simply earn the treats you deserve, you’ve gotta go around begging, I don’t like saying this, but here’s the reality: it’s an international embarrassment.
None of this matters now though and, while manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was right to say nobody remembers what the table looks like in January, Pogba's clenched fist as Burnley's last chance went begging indicated the importance of these three points.
Since then authorities have made Uyghurs in China make videos begging their dissident relatives overseas to shut up; announced a lawsuit against Adrian Zenz, a prominent researcher into the abuse of Uyghurs; and harassed a BBC journalist, John Sudworth, into leaving China.
Francis did not intend that begging and alms should be the normal means of sustenance for his friars; on the contrary, he intended them to live by the work of their hands and to have recourse to begging only when they could not earn their livelihood by work.
In response, New York leaders have raised the prospect of increasing taxes and cutting services like transportation, garbage collection and park maintenance, while begging for emergency aid from Washington to resolve financial woes - pleas that so far have fallen on deaf ears.
- a solicitation for money or food (especially in the street by an apparently penniless person)
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