So it can be done.
Done done done done done.
They haven't done what they should have done.
We’ve complained to judges about judges and nothing’s been done.
Well or ill done, excusably or inexcusably, it was done.
However, jobs that can be done from home haven't been as largely affected.
Done also means convicted, or sentenced; so does DONE-FOR.
"It's done extremely well and their SPACs have done well."
What art I had done, I hadn’t done since I was in high school.
I know you always say you want to do me proud and oh my goodness you've done me more than proud, so well done.
(Komolafe demonstrated a flair for office-speak by announcing that she was done—“but not done done”—with an assignment.)
An action is obligable if and only if it is an action of which ‘ought to be done’ or ‘ought not to be done’ can be predicated.
And if he have; then his Will to have it done being signified, is a release of that Covenant; and so again there is no Injury done him.
We’ve done it for four or five years and I’ve always done the same training that he has done and I’ve always done the hours that he has done,” he added.
When faced with the choice between prioritizing a task you've done before that is due soon and a task you haven't done before that is due later, your first impulse is likely to prioritize the task due sooner.
"If the same idea was done by the Coen brothers, it could have been done well, but this feels like it’s been done by fans of the Coen brothers and Quentin Tarantino so it’s just imitations of things that are already imitations of things...
"We need to recognize that while the House may be done with this matter after today's vote, it will not be done for the country, it will not be done for the Senate, and it will not be done for the incoming Biden administration.
Asked whether there was a delay in implementing a lockdown which ultimately cost lives, he said: "Maybe there were things we could have done differently and of course there will be time to understand what exactly we could have done, or done differently."
"Everything else that was done in the taking of the wolf was done legally and so typically in those circumstances where the person involved is forthright with the information and has done everything else legally, we take it as an educational opportunity and issue a written warning," Lemon said.
For can we really make sense of someone being instrumentalised or objectified (in the relevant normative or pejorative senses of these terms) if what is done to them is done with valid consent, and especially if what is done to them would not have been done but for their giving of valid consent?
- the syllable naming the first (tonic) note of any major scale in solmization
- an uproarious party
- engage in
- carry out or perform an action
- get (something) done
- proceed or get along
- give rise to; cause to happen or occur, not always intentionally
- carry out or practice; as of jobs and professions
- be sufficient; be adequate, either in quality or quantity
- create or design, often in a certain way
- behave in a certain manner; show a certain behavior; conduct or comport oneself
- spend time in prison or in a labor camp
- carry on or function
- arrange attractively
- travel or traverse (a distance)
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