- nizaleBANGA OKUTHILE
(1) Acts of cruelty in this life beget suffering in the next.(2) killings beget more killings(3) they hoped that the King might beget an heir by his new queen(4) All children are from the same mother, as our stepmother did not beget any children by my father.(5) A man marries in order to establish a household and beget children.(6) It has been a case of policy errors begetting more dangerous mistakes.(7) And the cycle of violence begets more violence.(8) She was not the only begetter of this programme, but she dramatized its urgency.(9) Such conviction is the begetter of culture and history.(10) They begot seven children.(11) However, he cannot properly be seen as the begetter of international law.(12) Apart from other things, she too begets children by someone other than her husband.(13) New Lanark, the most famous early mill village, was created and run by its begetter , Robert Owen, with a blend of benevolence and authoritarianism.(14) Violence begets more violence, which begets even more violence.(15) Success begets success and you start to believe that you can climb the mountain.(16) But he was the real begetter of the Human Rights Act, and above all a defender of the judges.
(1) beget :: nizale
1. father ::
2. cause ::
3. generate ::
Different Formsbeget, begets
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