- v. find unexpectedly
“With Carolyn Otto on one side of me, and Geoff Sanders on the other, I sat before the gray-headed elected official of eighteen years and watched as he seemed to be wrestling with his convictions, trying to decide whether to override his top prosecutor and gain favor with me, or back his man and take a chance on me holding a grudge.”
“I took a chance on people gaping at my veiny legs.”
“He took me by surpriseÂ—gave me no chance on earth to hide myself.”
“He should postpone his marriage, go to Arizona, and take a chance on being designated to escort this problematical poor fellow to St. Elizabeth's, the Federal asylum at”
“This week, investors will be asked to take a chance on Shanghai-based Taomee Holdings Ltd., a children's entertainment and media company that is trying to raise $79 million through an initial public offering on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol TAOM.”
“Sue Shapiro, Karen Robinovitz, and a few good women who took a chance on me.”
“Gram was a very powerful man because of his beautiful wife, so I was surprised to see that he would take a chance on giving all of that up just for a night with Carolyn Otto.”
“Thanks also to everyone at Simon Spotlight Entertainment for taking a chance on a first novel and for making me feel so welcome within the company.”
“Snow enters the Japanese imagination by chance on a cold night in what the old calendars call December seventeen-oh-two, but which is by ours January thirty-first, seventeen-oh-three.”
“I AM DEEPLY GRATEFUL TO my agent, Molly Friedrich, extraordinary in every way, for taking a chance on this first memoir and for guiding me ever since; to my editor, Priscilla Painton, for her insight, grace, and sharp eye; and to Jacobia Dahm, my reader who first called it “a book.””
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