(1) She is love-struck and will requite the strong love that she thinks Benedick feels for her.(2) Convince Banudi of his love, and plot with him a way to requite it.(3) they are quick to requite a kindness(4) she did not requite his love(5) Because of this expectation that the accepter will somehow requite the gift, Scripture tells us to be very selective in accepting gifts.(6) The next line in Moses's Song takes up the image: ├ö├ç├┐Do ye thus requite the LORD, O foolish people and unwise?├ö├ç├û(7) When Hero and Ursula leave, Beatrice decides that she will give up her proud ways, and requite Benedick's love.(8) to win enough to requite my friends(9) Not to mention the fact that even though he was entirely in the know about mine and Zan's issue of not seeing eye to eye, he'd still gone ahead, pretty much secretly, with going some way to requite her obvious interest in him.(10) Does not he who keeps watch over your soul know it, and will he not requite man according to his work?(11) Shekure in turn had not requited the melancholy Black's love.(12) This was hard on Thompson, who, a few years earlier, had dug up an entire bed of irises in his mother's garden as an attempted exorcism of his insufficiently requited love for her.(13) For she saw in his eyes love, which no woman can mistake, and a thousand tons of regret and remorse, which aroused pity, which is perilously near to love requited .(14) Rock, like the newly-despised Trent Harbor, had the power to make Ally love him; he had the opportunity to have his love requited .(15) She is someone who has fallen in love and who cannot believe that such love can be requited .(16) As a result, the juvenile justice system has emphasized rehabilitation, not retribution, requital , or punishment.