Does it give legitimacy to the symbolic repeal passed by the House?
It gives us legitimacy in the eyes of the world.
It also gave legitimacy to British control of the country's oil industry.
The following year, his dream was given legitimacy by the establishment of a post office in the village.
But the very fact of having them successfully launched gives the government legitimacy with its people.
It would give him legitimacy if he were caught.
Our House has decided, and that now gives legitimacy.
I am more than happy to embrace those ideas, again in order to give legitimacy to what we do.
They say it is necessary to give the new Iraqi authority more international legitimacy.
The music critic at the party, however, is impressed, which gives her new style legitimacy.
I didn't want to ever give her reason to leave me.
Did he give any reason for having been so late?
You gave me a reason to keep working for him.
He didn't want to give any of them a reason to approach him.
We want to go home with you if you'll give us a reason.
You have at least given me a reason to go on.
Because they've never given me a single reason not to.
She would be given a reason for living out the rest of her life.
He was given an even better reason to hold back.
A tax cut would give us a reason to party.