Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
While there is any danger, I cannot bond with anyone to become someone's weapon- or to give hostages to fortune.
Francis Bacon rightly said that people with children have given hostages to fortune.
The man, says Lord Bacon, who hath wife and children, has given hostages to fortune.
A man with a wife and family has, in the words of Francis Bacon, given hostages to fortune."
Who was it who'd said, "He who has children gives hostages to Fortune".
If they are not practical and people are agreeing to them, then we will be giving hostages to fortune in this regard.
"I still don't give hostages to fortune."
A playwright gives hostages to fortune.
That'd be giving hostages to fortune."
You can't give hostages to fortune.'
The LibCons will willfully misrepresent this as "Labour now agree with us" but there is no point in the Eds giving hostages to fortune.
Well, here's one for you, Mr. Uppity: 'He that hath a wife and children hath given hostages to fortune.'
'He that hath wife and children,' says Lord Bacon, 'hath given hostages to fortune; for they are impediments to great enterprises, either of virtue or mischief.
It's an approach which not only makes it hypocritical to charge for the printed newspaper and the iPhone app, but also gives hostages to fortune: what if the Murdoch paywall, or some other "micro-payment" system, starts to work?
Some profess to see in Mr. Clinton's promises of a Government that "looks like America," to cut the deficit by a quarter in four years, to produce wonders in his first 100 days, and so on, a tendency to give hostages to fortune.
Poor Tamoszius was a man without any relatives, and with a wonderful talent besides, and he ought to have made money and prospered; but he had fallen in love, and so given hostages to fortune, and was doomed to be dragged down too.