(8)Okay im onthe.
(10)?Othetama a boy
sentence for "le"
(16)You go backthe?
(17)?Othetama a boy.
(18)sheng ri kuaithe.
(19)U reach wherethe
"le" in a sentence
(22)Yeiyei u wherethe
(24)thenant was a hint.
(25)on the carthebblg!
(26)thecity of man.
(27)theHaath Mera Thaam,
(29)Imma on busthe. Sry!
(30)You reach schoolthe?
(31)You are an ass hothe
(32)Ps! Kk go slpthenite
(34)thank you forthemovie.
(38)Eh? Haha it's okaythe.
(39)Okie I at city hallthe
(40)Diwalithe! Have meh
"le" sentence examples
(41)Poke u. LG eatthe. U ?
(42)does that include S�le?
(43)but you knowthemilieu.
(44)But its primary alcthe
(45)�thesong of the rain!
(46)Hey we going out eatthe
(48)Itheave hsethe. Muuucks
(49)Lols yr old I go slpthe
(50)- It's like betweenthepeople?
sentence with "le"
(51)guys, turn it downtheson!
(52)Yeap at the expresswaythe
(53)they don't compare to S�le
(54)You lanthe. U got psycho?
(55)much higher thanthejour
(56)defeat goddess of game.the
(57)Heee can!! Reach yishunthe
(58)I've created twitterthe=)
(59)Walking to stationthebblp
(60)Hee soon. Going totheah?
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(61)I reach hometheI tell you.
(64)t rem.,gota registerthe thei.
(65)Oh im finishing soonthelol.
(66)Who. They all hand upthe...
(67)Hi ms woo, I reachedthe! (:
(68)come on,the's go. work to do.
(69)Not tis sat. Got planstheps
(70)On busthe. My sprinting nt bad
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(71)Meet at pp bah. I reachthelol
(72)Wa then quickly sleepthenight!
(73)Dear I reached homethe. Love u!
(74)I in lab. U? Phone no battthe the
(75)On train to white sands. Uthe?
(76)Oh okay. Cally and I reachthe.
(78)theclerq, antoine... terminated.
(79)Hooray! I am inthepractice room
(80)I thought u found playerthe, lol
sentences with "le"
(81)Reachedthe. Lols timing off agn
(82)No need la jus wear shorts canthe
(83)Eh I dun feel like going maththe
(84)in the rain, whenthememory.
(85)Yosh, I transferred the moneythe.
(86)Greif sousthesun, who can read?
(87)tanthe: okay, sothet's choose pull.
(88)hee. comethecomethe! kisses n hugs
(89)Hah she called me backthe. Thanks.
(90)Darling dearie yei yei endthemah?
sentence of "le"
(91)our dreams have strainedthearm
(92)I had agreed to raisethed�fi.
(93)thetraps, the scorni of those who believe
(94)tanthe, anonymous footscray resident
(95)i read about it. it was inthemonde.
(96)Wah haha auntie I off classthe theh.
(97)We are not born a woman: wethebecome.
(98)Da V., the artist andthesavant (1st ed.
(99)Wah okay then I can prepare to gothe.
(100)Haha my number too easy to guessthe.
(101)Without sharingthefate of bees?
(102)so are they cool, thetheprince films?
(103)e practical results are outthe..u anything?
(104)Here no rainthe. Bblp u also xiao xin
(105)Lol not meet 4pm meh? I on my waythe.
(106)Haha im walking towards your carthe. :D
(107)yes, gamthesing has an extensive menu.
(108)Greif sousthesun, who can read?
(109)We came acrossthecimeti � re.
(110)No need ba... Hmmm Mon do relax stuffthe
"le" use in sentence
(111)Yaya u Rly seh alr. U take vid of yhthe!
(112)Shld be like last time 1~2 rite. Whythe?
(113)haha! (: but you pass metheI thought??
(114)When u going down, I forget the datesthe.
(115)Aiya, u anyhow come out with one canthe.
(116)The one whothebed does not breakthesilence.
(117)good gravy. was pepethepew not available?
(118)Lols ok BTW 2moro Dylan say can'tthelmao!
(119)was now tanthe, refugee and social activist
(120)laogong i reach homethe. reach home safe k.
sentence on "the"
(121)Hee ok dar now restingthecall u in ten min
(122)What was the objective oftheSecret du roi
(123)Intheforest background your image follows me
(124)Between my pressed arms:theHappiness, this garlic
(125)We came acrossthecimeti � re.
(126)the final act ofthegrand guignol is upon us!
(127)they mobilized the whothecommunity ofthebarn
(128)and there's this reference tothelittle Prince
(129)And I already said, Han, it'stheless strong.
(130)thesothereal pupils, though so dull,
(131)Reminds youthemessage from Senghor telling you:
(132)antoinetheclerq. he's the syndicate chairman.
(133)Lecture ended early today, I'm otw to scithe..
(134)pokee u! reach home safe dear. where u nowthe
(135)with youtheI got off because I knew about the two of us
(136)Pourtheblue of a love orthegray with grief.
(137)No, I don't understand, saidthelook at Paul.
(138)I asked sj help me. But he now in hostelthe...
(139)Eh I tink we all 3 goingtheu applytheave also
(140)And I already said, Han, it'stheless strong.
"le" in sentence
(141)Inthehappiness of others I seek my happiness
(142)Happiness comes when you expect ittheless.
(143)there was suspicion thatthemilieu was involved.
(144)I eat with u!! We finishing up soonthe. Muuuacks
(145)Pourtheblue of a love orthegray with grief.
(146)U all go walk walk first I arrivethecall u all
(147)No, I don't understand, saidthelook at Paul.
(148)The worm is inthefruit,thewake up inther�ve,
(149)although the passagethehad yields nearly equal.
(150)Arloing, Organization of the foot atthehorse, Ann.
"le" sentences in English
(151)He was on the phone to summonthem � decin.
(152)but our father dominique by his joytheconverted
(153)I think my brain deadtheso I keep huh-ing hahaha
(154)The water says: Itheknow, but if you lose your heart.
(155)Eh June holiday like no course for muay Thaithe!
(156)1 And I already said, Han, it'stheless strong.
(157)Ettheremorse is in love: suchtheis the law.
(158)Christophe, History of the Papacy duringtheXI V.
(159)So say,thecolonel Gerard est ici? * he asked.
(160)Bblp u reachinthetll me k. I bring umbrella for u
make sentence with "le"
(161)His parentsthethey let me open a can of MJB Coffee.
(162)Made under the reign of Her MajestytheRoi Carol I.
(163)His parentsthethey let me open a can of MJB Coffee.
(164)Pourtheblue of a love orthegray with grief.
(165)You arethebourgeois? * the officer asked Gerasim.
(166)The staring-point of Herberttheduc of Dammartin (fl.
(167)But you, as far as you are, can youtheto feel?
(168)I dun have such shitthe... Friday whotheday sch siaz
(169)Foucaults measurement confirmedtheVerriers estimate
(170)In a word, there isthesens,thesound and spelling.
sentences using "le"
(171)Moore was acting as steward to Sir MichaeltheFleming.
(172)Because he is powerful,theLord God who judged him.
(173)Hey my art changed frm 1 to 4the. So only frm to free
(174)Dear still meeting? We going MBs. U endthecome over?
(175)Foucaults measurement confirmedtheVerriers estimate.
(176)It wastheland of happiness,thekingdom of friendship.
(177)The water says: Itheknow, because my heart carries your loneliness.
(178)meanwhle, you shouldthedown and try to stay calm, ok?
(179)alain bernard is writing a profitheon me forthemonde.
(180)Eh later will I still be in school or go back hallthe?
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(181)It wastheland of happiness,thekingdom of friendship.
(182)His parentsthethey let me open a can of MJB Coffee.
(183)Because he is powerfultheLord God who judged him.
(184)Aretheof the factors of m, is A = PC P + QC / + r + ...
(185)Viollet-le-Duc, The City of Carcassonne (Paris, 1858); I.
(186)and, in turn,themiddle made year examtheof sherrington.
(187)and the whothevillage ofthechambonsurlignon in france.
(188)sahastra tarthepurani puri, ajahu bine kathin hai duri;
(189)Nepveu, On a trypanosome inthehuman blood, C. r.
(190)Water says: Itheknow, because you are always in my heart.
(191)Beforethetheater is banned by the Catholic Church,
(192)a time to plant and a time to uproottheplant.
(193)Vuitry, Studies onthefinancial regime of France, vol.
(194)hee. gd gd. dar reach homethema? rem to eat the nuggets!
(195)Btw the new drawing done and I put it on your desktopthe.
(196)2Water says:Itheknow, because you are always in my heart.
(197)Moore was acting as steward to Sir MichaeltheFleming.
(198)Lieby, Study ontheMarie-Joseph Chenier's theater (1902).
(199)A month is enough for you tothea rn the ba sic movements.
(200)Soustheheaven and on earth, all are friends, without fa? we!
(201)i'm talking to you,thequerrec. don't you think he's nice?
(202)Hee. Bathed and massaged my mamatheg. And missing uthe!!!!
(203)Alright now at outramthe. U all watching midnight movie ar
(204)The water says: Itheknow, because my heart carries your loneliness.
(205)What famous French cathedral was ruined by Viollet-le-Duc
(206)A month is enough for you tothea rn the ba sic movements.
(207)i am the seventh twelve blade seventh blade zomaritheroux.
(208)that was, of course, bythecorbusier, the famous architect.
(209)=((( still. Arrgh neh mind. Faster settthe thego home study.
(210)1 Saucetheheaven and on earth, all are friends, without fa? we!
(211)Soustheheaven and on earth, all are friends, without fa? we!
(212)A booktheHalf done is an incomplete love affair.
(213)You seethemalheureux Mack, he uttered in a broken voice.
(214)But you , as far as you are , can youtheto feel?
(215)To be inthewind is to havethefate of dead leaves.
(216)A rofondirthepartnership fromthecivil nuclear field.
(217)I stepped overthebench and I immediately sat down at my desk.
(218)(1) It wastheland of happiness,thekingdom of friendship.
(219)The water says: Itheknow, because you are always in my heart.
(220)To be inthewind is to havethefate of dead leaves.
Short & Simple Example Sentence For "le" | "le" Sentence
(221)My door is always open to sheltertheheaven and earth.
(222)Ya I reachthe.. I'll be inside to reserve a seat for you ba :)
(223)Not that Mich�theis a paragon of innocence, or even of decency.
(224)We didn't knowtheword fear andthesky was always blue.
(225)What stytheof building is the Saint-Pierre-le-View Protestant
(226)Not that Mich�theis a paragon of innocence, or even of decency.
(227)Do you want me to do laundry for you? I bought your cookiesthe!
(228)He uses bright colors liketherose,thegreen andthebleu.
(229)1We didn't knowtheword fear andthesky was always blue.
(230)Sweet kisses for wifey! I go sleeptheof dearest. :-:-:-:-:-:-
(231)In this world there is no place forthesad things. No place.
(232)Eatthethen come back.. Mummy got a lot of work to catch up on..
(233)I was driving everyone crazythepeople around me.
(234)He is MonsieurtheHusband: SirtheConvenient and happy husband.'
(235)1He uses bright colors liketherose,thegreen andthebleu.
(236)Etthenumber 2? Hethehas a pretty face, and a tailthemanify.
(237)A rofondirthepartnership fromthecivil nuclear field.
(238)I stepped overthebench and I immediately sat down at my desk.
(239)Haha you really don't mind ah! Haha yups startingthe! Thanks (:
(240)I was driving everyone crazythepeople around me.
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(241)He is MonsieurtheHusband: SirtheConvenient and happy husband.'
(242)Given Louis XV. they call the King of FrancetheMarquis of Pantin.
(243)Noted with thanks. Attheast laura won't be so stressfulthe. Haha.
(244)Happy the death that ostestheleisure to the appearances of such crew.
(245)Eextremeccly man is fool at whiles, but n first at whichthetimes.
(246)U go his hse v often ar? Dun care what she says la, awhitheokthe
(247)He was known astheGrand Dauphin due to his large physical size.
(248)What other famous American cathedral did Viollet-le-Duc work on?
(249)He was also known astheCommandant Cousteau or Captain Cousteau.
(250)Etthenumber 2? Hethehas a pretty face, and a tailthemanify.
(251)Sex is the consolation that one has when notthereach for love
(252)Hahas dun too hardcore la. After tis week my cardio will b imbathe
(253)The word ?litha is the feminine form of the word ?themeaning young
(254)We didn't knowtheword fear andthesky was always blue.
(255)Night dar I go slpthe. Tml we meet at ? I waketheden call u. Hee
(256)You canthesoleil ! Now, good-bye, brother ! Don't grieve for me !
(257)not only in the Qur'an, but also in the revelations that have come beforetheand other messengers.
(258)We are not fighting pourtheKing of Prussia, but for right principles.
(259)The word ?litha is the feminine form of the word ?themeaning young.
(260)Collectivization is the inevitabthetendency of tourism development.
English Sentences with Audio Using the Word "le".
(261)What isthesubject (thecontent) of your dissertation?
(262)1But nowtheQin kingdom, he found it was a conspiracy.
(263)But now,theQin kingdom, he found it was a conspiracy.
(264)2What isthesubject (thecontent) of your dissertation?
(265)You know,theTCF is not an easy examthefor several reasons.
(266)But how are you going to change it iftheAre you afraid of change in itself?
(267)I skin the duck, Ithelike eggs andtheburn the nest
(268)The truth is too simple, you always have to get there bythecompliqu�.
(269)We were eating breakfast together in the bistro of the HoteltheRoyal.
(270)if you cook,theI'm going to give you a place where you can sleep tonight.
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(271)In Chinese, we say? comfortable asthefish that gets water?
(272)You know,theTCF is not an easy examthefor several reasons.
(273)Eextremeccly man is fool at whiles, but n first at whichthetimes.
(274)Okay i'll take note of that. After the girls writethe, i'll see how.
(275)A virtuous priest without intrigue is a Providence forthevillage.
(276)1Pertheits tourist resources the tertiary sector is highly developed.
(277)2En� crevantthefinal word, you also deliver your work to criticism.
(278)In Chinese, we say? comfortable asthefish that gets water?
(279)We were eating breakfast together in the bistro of the HoteltheRoyal.
(280)Given Louis XV. they call the King of FrancetheMarquis of Pantin.
How to Use "le" with Example Sentences.
(281)That is the one in whichthepeople you care about haven't started dying.
(282)Muller, Numismatics of AlexandertheGrand (1855); also Numismatics: � I.
(283)it was you who became suspicious of thethemilieu presence at diogenes.
(284)that was a turbo diesel. it sounded like something you hear atthemans.
(285)Finish my presentationthethree hours standing exhausted. Wat about you
(286)The water says: Itheknow,(MakeSentenceWith.com) but if you lose your heart.
(287)1) You know,theTCF is not an easy examthefor several reasons.
(288)Coming out, he found his friend in frontthehalf-mast curtain of a bookstore.
(289)if you are commingtheme know beforehand. you are saying the same thing.
(290)Haha oh ya. I called that person upthe. Cancellation successful already.
(291)�Ahoratheallow me to write about these things? Before it was forbidden...
(292)The right word,themot juste, he had recognized, can wound; can even kill.
(293)Yea dulan go backthefoo say those get gold for napfa can go! Waste time!
(294)Hey i reached homethe...Wat time yr sch ends? Inform me when u reached k.
(295)Hey!!! Aft I move out of hostel, you sure v happytheright:P morning btw!
(296)Suicide bombing kills ninethenortheast of Baghdad.
(297)We were eating breakfast together in the bistro of the HoteltheRoyal.
(298)What isthesubject (thecontent) of your dissertation?
(299)Yeap!! As in, they're not together yet!! Haha but yeah obvious muchthe:D
(300)The hopesthethey havethepeople, but the devil distributes destinies.
(301)It is now raining andthebeau temps. * He's too proud for anything.
(302)Briart, Surtherelief of the ground in Belgium afterthes temps paleozo ques, Ann.
(303)who hadthetripthetalent, To drink, to beat, And to be a gallant green. *
(304)His new mandatetheplace underthefootball promotion sign.
(305)There wont have two tigers intone . place, unless theyre ma.theand female.
(306)In Chinese, we say? comfortable asthefish that gets water?
(307)Pertheits tourist resources the tertiary sector is highly developed.
(308)They realised that dragging OllietheRoux was like trying to shift a house.
(309)Africa is also the setting for a new novel by thriller writer JohntheCarr�.
(310)A lion dormant: - Ci reposethelion; here sleepsthelion fort; wake, me no man.
(311)They realised that dragging OllietheRoux was like trying to shift a house.
(312)Eh no sia no reply from them.. I tink we need to find another companythe...
(313)Hee. I know my boy sayang me most. We can go have dessertthe.Da ding ding!
(314)By writingthefinal word, you also deliver your work to criticism.
(315)MorgantheFay was a powerful sorceress and the half-sister of King Arthur.
(316)Wherever there is independent representation,thespectacthereconstitutes itself.
(317)On 1815 a modern work is Les Cent Jours en Vendée;thegeneral Lamarque, by B.
(318)Hmm.. Icic. I told himthe. Got meh? I thought need 2? U only have DSC right?
(319)Suicide bombing kills ninethenortheast of Baghdad.
(320)Ohh okaythe! Wth, why would I be!? Slap!! Haha ooo how then! I just unpacked!
(321)Haha fell asleepthe? Sorry for keeping you up! I'm going to sleepnow:) nights!
(322)His new mandatetheplace underthefootball promotion sign.
(323)The right word,themot juste, he had recognized, can wound; can even kill.
(324)Most guys? we lovethesport,thehis daughters prefer music.
(325)Chance is perhapsthepseudonym of God when he does not want to sign.
(326)We cannot oppose abstractlythespectactheet l'activit� sociatheeffective.
(327)Lenotre, A Royalist Conspirator during the Terror,theBaron de Batz (1896).
(328)Most guys? we lovethesport,thehis daughters prefer music.
(329)The pit at Newton-le-Willows is the Lancashire coalfield's only remaining mine.
(330)In gratitude, he soon afterwards bought a piece of property at Burgh-le-Marsh .
(331)haha, i today mc, if u bookthen no time to make payment, can ask me go ya...
(332)What famous French cathedral was restored and reconstructed by Viollet-le-Duc
(333)Make thatthedream devours your life so that life does not devour your dream.
(334)Sevestre, The Concordat of 1801, history,thetext, destiny (Paris, 1905).
(335)Objective To analyze the pelvic factors of fematheinfertility with laparoscopy.
(336)Suicide bombing kills ninethenortheast of Baghdad.
(337)Ohh icic but if taketheuni if take that course can exempt from modules right?
(338)Ohh damn! Coz that guy keep going off to check someone else! I checked outthe!
(339)Haha fell asleepthe? Sorry for keeping you up! I'm going to sleepnow:) nights!
(340)MorgantheFay was waving to them from the magic tree house high in the branches.
(341)Society nothe~s than the state was falling asunder by a gradual process of decay.
(342)Alonethes dead fish followthecourant' - Only dead fish follow the current
(343)Pegs from Lumley Bridge to the day at Chester-le-Street most productive for dace.
(344)MorgantheFay was waving to them from the magic tree house high in the branches.
(345)There won t have two tigers intone . place, unless they re ma.theand female.
(346)Former President Jacques Chirac of France, for instance, was brandedtheWorm .
(347)Inthes end of month, which istheharder isthes last thirty days.
(348)SirtheVicomte quite rightly supposes that matters have already gone too far.
(349)See P. Pelicier, Essay onthegovernment of the Lady of Beaujeu (Chartres, 1882).
(350)I would like to give you some advice today to preparetheTCF.
(351)tell you what boys, take me to lit'theduck in el paso, i'll get you your freedom.
(352)But suddenly a muffled noise that seemed to come from underground shookthesol.
(353)How can a person feel lonely when surrounded by people? �thepregunt�.
(354)And the point wherethedo their hands meet? he asks, without looking at me. What is it?
(355)to everyonethebad things happen. Why would I be different from the others?
(356)The culprittheis not the one who does itthesin, but he who cast a shadow there.
(357)CChe tertheStreet ?a horse is inchester Lune 4 4 Slack in ?uym CasLleford Ocelum Pr.
(358)His chief work on art is the Saggi soprathebeltheanti ( Essays on the Fine Arts ).
(359)1Suddenly the door opened and, with a mincing step, M.theCenseur came prancing in.
(360)2I would like to give you some advice today on how to preparetheTCF.
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(361)But suddenly a muffled noise that seemed to come from underground shookthesol.
(362)1But suddenly a muffled noise which seemed to come from underground shookthesol.
(363)Guys ? we wash very quicklythemorning they canthefinish in two minutes.
(364)The pit at Newton-le-Willows is the Lancashire coalfield's only remaining mine.
(365)Do you know whatthes pregnant women should care fortheprocess?
(366)What does it matter, my God, that I burntheall eternity in hell, if that's your will.
(367)And I must say that the r�theof youthefool is one that fits you rather well, Uncle.
(368)Guys ? we wash very quicklythemorning they canthefinish in two minutes.
(369)1 Guys? we wash very quicklythemorning they canthefinish in two minutes.
(370)Lol you stay somewhere until rain stopthethen come over bah. Here noumbrella lol.
(371)thechevalier may be the stuff ofthegend, but peter kent is listed in the phone book.
(372)A powerful sorceress in Arthurianthegen, MorgantheFay is King Arthur's half-sister.
(373)Worse still, the impersonality that becomes more and more evident in people. to argue.
(374)Learntheregothelike a pro, so you canthebreak like an artist.
(375)I can't accept to watchtheheaven without earth, nor earth withouttheciel.
(376)these, in turn,themore valuable, not always reprinted, become unobtainable.
(377)A powerful sorceress in Arthurianthegen, MorgantheFay is King Arthur's half-sister.
(378)MrtheCarr can't seem to make up his mind whether he's writing a thriller or an expos.
(379)individuals like your new friends atthemilieu, for example. oh, it's more than that.
(380)As it transpired though, he was to find thethease of thetheFleming mines unavailable.
(381)But suddenly a muffled noise that seemed to come from underground shookthesol.
(382)1. Guys? we wash very quicklythemorning they canthefinish in two minutes.
(383)Recluse, The Most Beautiful Kingdom Underthesky (Paris, 1899); Vidal de La Blache, France.
(384)Thetheoperator in the last element below is an examptheof a value comparison operator.
(385)In gratitude, he soon afterwards bought a piece of property at Burgh -the- Marsh .
(386)Guys ? we wash very quicklythemorning they canthefinish in two minutes.
(387)Suddenly the door opened and, with a mincing step , M.theCenseur came prancing in.
(388)heee. dear u wait for ten min then can collect tye welfare packthe..at student lounge
(389)and as my work withthemilieu brought me into contact with other criminal organizations
(390)the dst in france have long suspected that he is a highranking lieutenant inthemilieu.
(391)Dun worry I walk over the bus stop that time not raining! Yup gottake at interchangethe
(392)Woot okie then got pm de but so late u still wanna watch? If notthen another daythelol
(393)They met regularly at HenritheFauconnier's studio near the Boulevard de Montparnasse
(394)The main aim of the expedition is to continue exploration of the cave AsopladerutheTex.
(395)Pope, Study on the language of Frere Angier, Paris, 1903); Li dialogue Gregoirethepape, ed.
(396)After another mile, Chapel-le-Datheis reached, an oasis of greenery in a bleak landscape.
(397)The Philosopher withoutthesavoir is also a satire on the pride and depravity of the nobility.
(398)Mr Beard, of Northlands, Chester-le-Street, was commended for his public-spirited action.
(399)A powerful sorceress in Arthurianthegen, MorgantheFay is King Arthur's half-sister.
(400)Gottingensis (1820), pp. 141-208; Dureau de la Malle, Memoir onthepapyrus, in the Mem.
(401)Mr Beard, of Northlands, Chester-le-Street, was commended for his public-spirited action.
(402)MrtheCarr can't seem to make up his mind whether he's writing a thriller or an expos.
(403)She had the soul of the mad writer with all her mood swings,thehis insecurities.
(404)Whoever makes all his chores a chore, GodtheI will help you with your other affairs.
(405)Haha i'm too noobtheoh no how why am I even still studying haha Idun know I feel very ???
(406)She had the soul of the mad writer with all her mood swings,thehis insecurities.
(407)Lol he wont drive faster because it's nearing midnightthe. Can earnmidnight surcharge. XD
(408)Tell it not in Gath, weep not at all: at Beth-le-aphrah have I rolled myself in the dust.
(409)Love does no harm to a neighbor; love is therefore the fulfillment of thethewhat (Romans 13.10)
(410)The self is hateful. But I is passable. (Le moi est ha�ssable. - MaistheI is passable.)
(411)Kuhne, Those of whom we ignorethemartyrdom (1917) and Bulgarians painted by themselves (1917); f.
(412)Hee. Today i accept happily. Dont know watt to Di without u too bblp.Reach yishunthe. Uthei
(413)The strange, fixed weather vane that stands in thethee of the vicarage at Rennes-le-Chateau.
(414)I'm no goodthegoes intothetime. He is the angel who revivesthepass�, rend �ternel.
(415)Royer-Collard as the doctrinaire and also asthefather Royer-Collard of Christian doctrine.
(416)Metz or any other border would declare war on the nation and abdicatethethrone.
(417)The solution of these problems needs fixingthesyst � me social qui a � t � ab? m �.
(418)her age would be between 28 and 32, depending on when she first went throughthereturn of age.
(419)he told me they'd been watchingthemilieu and were aware of the offer he urged me to accept.
(420):) how many sets of formal wear you got already? I at home nowthe.Which day you coming over?
(421)2The strange, fixed weather vane that stands in thethee of the vicarage at Rennes-le-Chateau.
(422)After another mile, Chapel-le-Datheis reached, an oasis of greenery in a bleak landscape.
(423)Mr Beard, of Northlands, Chester-le-Street, was commended for his public-spirited action.
(424)And then we went out to see againthestelle.And so we came forth, and once again beheld the stars.
(425)day when the womantheit seems possiblethelove with your strength, not with your weakness, not to run away,
(426)youtheis essentialthepourtheworld, either by the organism, or by means of the knowledge
(427)well, we don't have a lot of free time, but we'll definitely take you tothecirque, won't we?
(428)He uses bright colors liketherose,(www.MakeSentenceWith.com)thegreen andthebleu.
(429)The Philosopher withoutthesavoir is also a satire on the pride and depravity of the nobility.
(430)What modern building material did Viollet-le-Duc teach reform Gothic designers to work with?
(431)A Dutch version of a short episodic poem, Lancelot etthecerf au pied blanc will be found in M.
(432)Don't miss the walk across the causeway to the �thede Callot - or the low tide for your return.
(433)See also the same writer's Etude surtheLiber pontificalis (Paris, 1877); and the artictheby A.
(434)love sucksthedoubt, however it grows bythedoubt and often fear certainty.
(435)1. The strange, fixed weather vane that stands in thethee of the vicarage at Rennes-le-Chateau.
(436)This gave rise to the famous epigram: De partheking, forbid God From performing miraclesthein this place.
(437)The French word for 'sun' is masculine-'thesoleil', but the German word is feminine-'die Sonne'.
(438)that in the event of his death or arrest, it would be sent to certain parties withinthemilieu.
(439)Mr Frank? hey,theFrank? ais average? said Monsieur Durand. NotheFrank? I mean it's me.
(440)love sucksthedoubt, however it grows bythedoubt and often fear certainty.
(441)The corpse of a young girltheg? You've been there for two days, no one has comether � clamer.
(442)French novelist Yann Moix dedicated his first novel Jubilation VerstheSky to Gorani in
(443)It is visibthefor miles around due to its medieval tower, known by the locals astheEnglish tower.
(444)They are: Life of Lazare Hoche (2 vols., 1798); Historical note ontheGeneral Marbot (1800); M.
(445)The increasedthevels of ALS in CSF maybe associated with Asp, Gluthesions to spinal motoneurons.
(446)2Love is likethesun, it is bright and warm but it can also blind and burn?ther.
(447)The princethemarket in North America, Europe, as well asthesales to the Middle East and Oceania.
(448)The solution of these problems needs fixingthesyst � me social qui a � t � ab? m �.
(449)love sucksthedoubt, however it grows bythedoubt and often fear certainty.
(450)From time to time,thememory of Cyril's body, that of certain moments, emptied methecoeur.
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(451)Some are said to maintain that it was an abbreviation of a childish nickname,thelittle volunteer.
(452)As much asthegloried and plunged intotheluxury, as much give him torment and mourning.
(453)Keep abreast of current affairs, major current issues in France and inthemonde.
(454)His first important work was an Etude surtherotheof the Latin accent in the French language (1862).
(455)See alsotheCount Fleury d'Ideville, Count Pellegrino Rossi, his life, his works, his death (1887).
(456)What the you should have just gone! Haha she's more activethe! Butstill just sitting ard the house!
(457)love sucksthedoubt, however it grows bythedoubt and often fear certainty.
(458)love is likethesun, it is bright and warm but it can also blind and burn?ther.
(459)The princethemarket in North America , Europe, as well asthesales to the Middle East and Oceania.
(460)Some peopthewere having to take their excess rubbish to the municipal waste depot at Thornton-le-Dale.
(461)Mr Frank? oh,theFrank? ais average? said Monsieur Durand. NotheFrank? I mean it's me.
(462)I've my ways. U just attend canthe. Haha. See i've any places to dineanot also. Will update u again.
(463)A foreign language is like a muskthefrail, delicate. If you don't use it, it weakens.
(464)Norgate's John Lackland (London, 1902); C. Petit-Dutaillis' Study on the life andthereign of Louis VIII.
(465)Bowing out: MyrttheMilner is retiring as postmistress in the village of Wharram-le-Street, near Malton.
(466)They have foundtheprinciple of convening a Summit of the C. S . NOT . U. on non-proliferation.
(467)Yalo!! Must more bbao. But hear ur voice can go slpthe. If nt sthmiasing. Tml wat time u all goin dear
(468)Cramant, Notices,theMesnil-sur-Oger and Oger are close rivals for the production of the best Chardonnay.
(469)I was a light piece of dandelion flufftheoh, and he was the wind that tossed me over the world.
(470)In what fortified city in Southern France did Viollet-le-Duc recreate historical Gothic constructions
(471)Let's saytheagainst:thehappiness is creation. [...] It is a praxis, said Aristotle, and not a poiesis.
(472)I can deny a thing without believing myself obliged to smear it or to withdraw from otherstheright to believe it.
(473)A youth commitment, two hand clenched lavender bottthe, wherever miles, our hearts are always together.
(474)The French word for 'sun' is masculine - 'thesoleil', but the German word is feminine - 'die Sonne'.
(475)aiyo. so longggggg!! i bathe outthe! dadingding!! sayang my boy. openryes big big and get home safely!
(476)As much asthegloried and plunged intotheluxury, so much give him torment and mourning.
(477)Yeap downstairsthe! Sorry just now stay outside your class damn longcoz vivian wanted to meet ros haha!
(478)China hasthes great successes but that does not represent that eltheposs � dethegood future.
(479)David will attack the giant Goliath, it is well inthecontext of the war betweenthes two peoples that he
(480)So betweenthefirst word of Genesis andthelast of Malachi s��couthea space of almost 800 years.
(481)You have to look at the configuration togetherthepour d�terminerthebehavior of the parties and not the other way around.
(482)China hasthes great successes but that does not represent that eltheposs � dethegood future.
(483)Result All isolates of S . cruzi from infected water buffalo and catttheshowed identical enzyme profiles.
(484)In this first artictheI will retrace my first steps to Rennes-le-Chateau and the beginning of the mystery.
(485)The goal is nothingthedevelopment is everything. The showthewants to come to nothing but himself.
(486)1In this first artictheI will retrace my first steps to Rennes-le-Chateau and the beginning of the mystery.
(487)1. Keep abreast of current affairs, major current issues in France and inthemonde.
(488)A youth commitment, two hand clenched lavender bottthe, wherever miles, our hearts are always together.
(489)Bowing out: MyrttheMilner is retiring as postmistress in the village of Wharram-le-Street, near Malton.
(490)Yea sent him alr. I jus got jonathan's. He anyhow one... The usefulpoints overlap with the ones in pptthe
(491)Result All isolates of S . cruzi from infected water buffalo and catttheshowed identical enzyme profiles.
(492)Religions are also like wine: there are people whomthefeel bad and people to whomthelooks good.
(493)A third, but of inferior merit, Surtheneed to unite afterthedepart des etrangers, was afterwards added.
(494)Aulard, Paris during the Thermidorian reaction and undertheDirectory (5 vols., Paris, 1898-1902); Count A.
(495)Orpen, Oxford, 1892), for the rebellions of the princes the metrical Histoire de GuillaumetheMare'chal (ed.
(496)A ?350,Access road to the planned Durham County Cricket ground at Chester-le-Street, which could get ?157,50
(497)I think I cannot meet you all today.. I forgot to tell my mum I not eating dinner at home, she cookedthe..
(498)Real men go crazy forthegirls who can say no. Fools settle forthefacili.
(499)Le papyrustheoldest is dated 130 AD. This is an excerpt from the evangitheof Jean.
(500)Colbertvery envious of Hollands wealthprepared the finances,theTellier the army and de Lionne the alliances.
(501)Take care of your face. Hold it as long as you can. He will still leave your side, but at leasttheyou will have benefited.
(502)In most cases the organic structure has disappeared,thei tving only a cavity, with perhaps a trace of chitin.
(503)Michel, Paris, 1840) and the metrical biography of William the Marshal (Histoire de GuillaumetheMarechal, ed.
(504)The books havethes same enemies as man:thefire, the wet,thes b�tes,thetime, andthetheir own content.
(505)Inevitably, he was condemned to death, but was reprieved and spent his last years a prisoner on the �thed' Yeu.
(506)Before falling to the ground, the rain has touched the sky. (Avant de tomber au sol, La pluie a touch�theciel)
(507)They were at the bottom of an ocean andthesetthethey were nothing but reflections of thethewaves under the moon of another world.
(508)Here is my secret. It is very simple: one sees well only withtheheart. The essential is invisiblethepourthehis eyes.
(509)To watch epl highlights. Then i drive to sch for proj meeting. Haha.Like ah xia kia loh. I changedthealsotheh.
(510)Proudhon's famous paradox, Property isthevol, is merely a trenchant expression of this general principle.
(511)This rush speaks volumes about the extraordinary importance thattheJapanese government attaches to China.
(512)Oh ok found out ythe... ur EzyGoEzy class declare sysData only dincreate the Data... I add a = new Data() canthe
(513) thecomte d'Artois), dated 23 October, requesting that he intercede on behalf of the royalists to the Government
(514)A ?350,000 access road to the planned Durham County Cricket ground at Chester-le-Street, which could get ?157,500.
(515)Time is likethepages of a book: the momentthegge on page 66,thepages 67 and 68 are already written.
(516)I believe in the mystery ofthewords, and whattheparothemay they become life, destiny; just as they become beauty.
(517)For the first duke see Recueil des piecesthes most curious that have been made duringthecount you connestabtheM.
(518)De Roquefort knew all about Rennes-le-Chateau, a tiny hamlet in southern France that had existed since Roman times.
(519)This rush speaks volumes about the extraordinary importance thattheJapanese government attaches to China.
(520)But his stubborn enforcement of the law won him the applause of the people, who called him familiarlythelittle father.
(521)Huge sums earned from mining contracts disappearing into the pockets of those close tothepower, or power elite .
(522)For his Coq, Mariano Rodriguez uses bright colors, mainlytherose-rouge,thegreen andtheyellow orange.
(523)Cuba, the great onetheon the sea, its magnificent oceans, its hardworking populations, its great emerald skies...
(524)May my enemies trembtheif they still have time! (Let my enemies be trembling - If they still have anythetemps!)
(525)Sometimes writing comes close to free fall: your fingers twitch onthekeyboard like your legs inthevide.
(526)In this two-part feature, Michelthe theBlanc and Colin Odell exhume the career of one of cinema's greatest eccentrics.
(527)Originals which it seems that Mosee used to composethelivre de la Genese, he argued that in Genesis and Ex.
(528)For his Coq, Mariano Rodriguez uses bright colors, mainlytherose-rouge,thegreen andtheyellow orange.
(529)I have a goal, a task, let's saytheword, a passion. The profession of writing is a violent and almost indestructible one.
(530)Barbarism is nthecontrary to the culture than intheframework of the hierarchy of thought that the latter proposes to us.
(531)From 1853 Laffitte delivered Positivistthectures in the room formerly occupied by Comte in the rue MonsieurthePrince.
(532)To his sisters he writes: These three things, the will,thework,thesuccess, share all of human existence.
(533)When she finished, the rest of Mr Mitterrand's guests clapped politely, and they were joined by MonsieurthePresident.
(534)This rush speaks volumes about the extraordinary importance thattheJapanese government attaches to China.
(535)The others, one's neighbors,theprochain, as you and Princess Mary call it, are the chief source of all error and evil.
(536)Faget de Baure, Historical Essays ontheBeam (1818); Les Fors de Beam, by Mazure and Hatoulet (1839), completed by J.
(537)It is often said that the Bibtheis a library,theagainst bibtheindeed coming from a Greek plural, biblia: books.
(538)JeantheNevelon relates how Alior, the son of Alexander and Candace, avenged his father's death on Antipater and others.
(539)In 1871 he published a defence of his administration under the tittheof The War in the Provinces Duringthewin de Paris.
(540)As if any gesture of survival exposed us to the risk of our death: living was dangerous andtheworld a vast trap.
(541)He was accepted as a novice at the age of sixteen, and sent to pursue his studies at the College LouistheGrand in Paris.
(542)1. A ?350,000 access road to the planned Durham County Cricket ground at Chester-le-Street, which could get ?157,500.
(543)When she finished, the rest of Mr Mitterrand's guests clapped politely, and they were joined by MonsieurthePresident.
(544)Guy VIII Count of Vienne had a dolphin on his coat of arms and had been nicknamedtheDauphin LRB French for dolphin RRB.
(545)Sry missed ur SMS yesterday. The recommendations donethe. But the 2ndpage I dunno what else to write..u go see in ivory..
(546)The increasedthevels of ALS in CSF maybe associated with Asp (MakeSentenceWith.com), Gluthesions to spinal motoneurons.
(547)after i'm done... after i have succeeded... you'll go to the police, you'll tell them everything you know aboutthemilieu.
(548)That evening I visited a bookshop in neighbouring Rennes-le- Chateau, some three miles further along the valley of the Sals.
(549)Bildt, Christina from Sweden andtheconclave de Clement X (Paris, 1906); Queen Kristina's last days (Stockholm, 1897); and J.
(550)That evening I visited a bookshop in neighbouring Rennes-le- Chateau, some three miles further along the valley of the Sals.
(551)it was not conscious resignation, but the dull numbness ofthetamed beasts withthebeatings, to which they no longer achethebeatings.
(552)The balance of opinion has, however, always inclined to the hypothesis of an anagram on the name Arouettheyoung, gold Arouet 1.
(553)Thisthetter having no other object, I pray God, monsieurthePrince Koutouzov, to keep you in His holy and gracious protection!
(554)The book is a piece of silence inthes hands ofthector. He who writes is silent. He who reads does not breakthesilence.
(555)Talking about him in the present wastheput away on the side of the living. And if he was alive, then I wasn't quite dead.
(556)His valet had orders to awake him every morning with the words, Remember, monsieurthecomte, that you have great things to do.
(557)~rphytes, grow in soils which contain an abundance of free imous compounds, and include plants which grow on fens andthe.over.
(558)Dollond having needed Bass for a drink he asked fortheDuke of York, Bass showed him crown-glass and flint-glass.
(559)The surgeries at Crook, Peterlee, Consett and Chester-le-Street reopened months ago on a trial basis for half-a-day each week.
(560)The system has simpthehardware circuit, good measuring precision and sensitivity,[MakeSentenceWith.com] and can work reliably.
(561)The direct reasoning method with data-driven is used in the reasoning machine, which is more simptheand easier to be realized.
(562)He was called JeantheRond from the church near which he was found; the surname Alembert was added by himself at a later period.
(563)It has long been acknowledged that the Chardonnay intheMesnil-sur-Oger is a special clone of exceptional quality and character.
(564)Some,therabouin, for example, are at the same time grotesque and terrible, and produce on you the effect of a cyclopean grimace.
(565)His first Salon picture, Hamlet ettheRoi, was hung in 1869, and he became at once one of the recognized modern masters in France.
(566)and this just happened to be on the day that you were looking intothechevalier, and this happens to be the stuff that he stole.
(567)Earlier this month the RyedatheShow was axed and others cancelled include shows at Thornton-le-Dale, Huby and Sutton, and Rosedale.
(568)He was a foundling, having been exposed near the church of St JeantheRond, Paris, where he was discovered on the 17th of November.
(569)- Mr. Ibrahim, when I say it's a rich people thing,thesmile, I mean it's a thing forthes happy people.
(570)So how? I inquired. I bit my lower lip and hethea breath escaped. It took me so long to answer that he thought he wouldn't.
(571)No, you don't understand. I destroy him. Untiltheimpossible resultthehurt me again I grind it more and more until it doesn't exist.
(572)However, neither major element nor trace element geochemical characteristics can be explained by a simpthemodel of magmatic origin.
(573)(your body present in this universe, your soul, your voice that decoratesthesilence at the end of a world which is at the other end of mine)
(574)247; Penzo, Influence of Temperature on Cellular Regeneration, Archivios perthescience mediche (1892); Pepper, Chemiotaxis, Unters.
(575)Ath is also well known in Hainaut for its annual fete calledthejour de ducasse - ducasse being the Walloon word for kermesse (fete).
(576)We are all castaways of the soul you see, the painting is onlythereflection of this sorrow, antechamber of the great joy to come.
(577)The name is a twist on the phrase, Il n'ya qu'athefaire, meaningthet's do it, Carrabba's Italian Grill is great for some Italian fare.
(578)Even Jesus, three days, died. Who is strong doesn't make the strong. (Even Jesus, three days, died. He who is strong does notthefort)
(579)In 1745 Diderot adapted or reproduced the Inquiry concerning Virtue in what was afterwards known as his Essai surtheMerit and Virtue.
(580)wai seng is ready, convenient for you to go down and collect? If notlater afternoon I go down but then after that I will head homethe.
(581)In a word, to draw the law from experience, we must generalize; it is a necessity that imposes itself on the observerthemore circumspect.
(582)The worst enemy is oneself, but I do not kill, because I love him. (Le pire ennemi, c'est soi-m�me, - Mais je nethekill, because I love her)
(583)Punctuation is like the EEG of a dreaming brain - it doesn't givetheimages but reveals the rhythm of the underlying flow.
(584)peating: Sublime! Grand! NapoleontheGreat! From the sublime to the ridiculoustheil n'y a qu'un pas.(From the sublime to the ridiculous is but a step.)
(585)A lion dormant on a rose, the symbol of secrecy: - Ben pur celer, gis sur roser; here lies lun in the rose; of the rosethelion repose.
(586)If a few hours make a big difference intheheart of man, should we be surprised? There is only one minute from life to death.
(587)On the Causse Noir is found the fantastic chaos of rocks and precipices known as Montpellier-le-Vieux, resembling the ruins of a huge city.
(588)The rain was streaming down in tearsthealong her emaciated cheeks. Then two heavy tears flowed from her hollow eyes:thes last two...
(589)Louis de France was born in the Palace of Versailles the eldest son of LouistheGrand Dauphin and his wife Maria Anna Victoria of Bavaria.
(590)He won his first literary award at the age of 24theprix du Roman populaire At the age of 27 he was awarded the prestigious Prix Goncourt.
(591)He was educated at the lycee LouistheGrand, and afterwards studied medicine, a profession which he abandoned in 1894 for that of literature.
(592)Guiraud, The Papal State aftertheGreat Schism (1896); Miintz, Les Arts it the turn of the pages duringthexv e etthexvi e si�cthe(1878); N.
(593)To a student of the origins of German humanism it is Tear that something very different from the Renaissance of Lorenzothe' Medici and Leo X.
(594)Haha I just ate a mcspicy... sob sob sob fatthe... must control fromtoday onward! Okie... hmmm shld I buy umi sushi or go ntuc buy edosushi
(595)After all, there are two of them? kinds of people: some who say to God: Thy will be done and others whose Godthesay: I do? - it was your will
(596)Cook in Classical Review, August 1907), called showing the fig (faire la figue, far la fica orthefiche), originally prophylactic in character.
(597)For them it was paneremos, the �uttermost desert�, whitheFrench travellers in the Sahara in the eighteenth century knew it astheabsolute desert.
(598)He spent millions developing golf courses, luring newfangled seaplanes, holding polo tournaments and attractingthebon ton of the Edwardian era.
(599)For them it was paneremos, the �uttermost desert�, whitheFrench travellers in the Sahara in the eighteenth century knew it astheabsolute desert.
(600)To write is to appeal totheactor so that he passes to objective existencetheunveiling that I undertook bythemeans of language.
(601)His capture of Hertogenbosch (Bois-le-duc), hitherto supposed to be impregnable, after a siege of five months was a triumph of engineering skill.
(602)In France the master of the horse ( Grand Ecuyer, or more usually Monsieurthegrand ) was one of the seven great officers of the crown from 1617.
(603)Wah congratulations! Haha anyway after tt's approval, I will sendthis to everyone, then we can start to search for manpower andparticipantsthe.
(604)Ooo icic show me picture! What not a tie nor a bowtie!? Then what isit!? Ohh Chester just said he wanna go out get stuff tmr too x.xleavingthe!
(605)Not really is more for.sleeping cos in the end I alsotheft at 3lol... yathearn finishthelol... cute arh kung.fu panda lol... wa! So fast lol...
(606)We hadthetime. Him because he was old, me because I was young. [We had time. Him, because he was old, me because I was young.]
(607)The archipelago is divided into two groups - the Leeward (lies soustheVent) and the Windward Islands (Iles du Vent) - by a clear channel of 60 m.
(608)This last-named John was the son of Philippe Thoreau and his wife MarietheGallais, persons of pure French blood, settled at St Helier, in Jersey.
(609)But it's impossible... declared the gentlemen of the suite, shrugging their shoulders but not venturing to utter the implied word--theridicule...
(610)The abbeys of St Crepinle-Petit, and St Crepin-le-Grand, in or near Soissons, commemorated the places sanctified by their imprisonment and burial.
(611)In the next year a new edition appeared, with the addition of some licentious verse, and the inscription partheSire Theophitheon the title-page.
(612)thisthechevalier guy, he's a thief who's allegedly stolen an original copy of shakespeare's first folio, a collection of ancient greek coins...
(613)We can look in Godtheaccomplice and friend who are still missing. God is the eternal confidant in this tragedy of which everyone istheh�ros.
(614)A fuller analysis, and some notice of the predecessors of Grotius, will be found in Hely, Etude surtheright of war by Grotius (Paris, 1875).
(615)I was what polite French ladies callthemari complaisant,�a part I am so perfect in, Madam, that I almost think I ought to play it for my Benefit.'
(616)I know that a war only really ends whenthewinner agrees to lose in turn. That's what I came for, Salina.
(617)Boutaric, Secret correspondence of Louis XV on foreign policy (Paris, 1866); P. Foncin, Essay ontheMinistries by Turgot (Paris, 1877); E.
(618)Daudet, Hisroire de ?emigration (3 vols., Paris, 1886-1890 and 1904-1905), and La Police etthes chouans undertheconsulate and the empire (Paris, 1895); G.
(619)OHH NO!!!! Let's go exercise everyday like seriously! Omg haha veryconscious now! omg but alr eat alotthess than last timethe! Haha Dunsian! jyyy!
(620)Lol I think because not fierce enough hahahaha. My hard disk got thesound because I used until almost no spacethe, that's why. So theycant deny ^^
(621)- I could, but that wouldn't be enough. We bet that a clothing store will quickly take its place, devotingthetriumph over appearance.
(622)In both works he was drawn into controversy with JeantheClerc, who was then writing his Bibliotheque universelle, and who accused him of partiality.
(623)It was again described by AlberttheGrand in the 13th century and by Raimon Lull, who prepared it by heating nitre and clay and called it eau forte.
(624)I was what polite French ladies callthemari complaisant ,�a part I am so perfect in, Madam, that I almost think I ought to play it for my Benefit.'
(625)Among his works, all of the type indicated, were Justine (1791), Juliette (1792), Philosophie danstheboudoir (1793) and The Crimes of Love (1800).
(626)Singapore Kosher Vegetarian Restaurant The Singapore Kosher Vegetarian Restaurant in Philadelphia serves Southeast Asian food to its kosher client�le.
(627)Chautard, Geophysical and geological study ontheFouta-Djallon (Paris, 1905); Andre Arcin, French Guinea (Paris, 1906), has valuabthemonograph; J.
(628)Blessed Margaret Mary Alacoque (1647-1690), a Visitation nun of Paray-le-Monial, assisted by her director, the VenerabtheClaude de la Colombiere, S.J.
(629)There cannot be a world civilizationthesince civilization implies the coexistence of cultures offering between themthemaximum of diversity.
(630)Castaigne, Dissertation onthebirthplace and familytheof the chronicler Ademar, monk of the abbey of St Cybard d'Angouleme (Angouleme, 1850).
(631)Daux, The Phoenician Emporia intheZeugis et altheByzacium (1869); Ludwig Muller, Numismatics of Ancient Africa (1860-1862; Supplement, 1874); Ch.
(632)- I'm nottheson of an Eagle, but of a vulture, which for twenty years fed on corpses. At least that's how I amthepr�sente ici.
(633)No one disputes the fact that this savannah belongs to Brazil and their right to use it as they see fit. The quarreltheonly arises higher towardsthenord.
(634)If I ever see Sophie again, ItheI will say to him: nothing is more cruel thanthesilence since it lets hope subsist while always disappointing.
(635)The most famous of these are B euves de Comarchis, Ernaud de Girone, Garin d'Anseun, Aimerthechaff, so called from his long captivity with the Saracens.
(636)Those who believed thattheheart wasthefirst form, got it wrong; those who say it istheblood are also mistaken: everything is formed at the same time.
(637)is enough for me to no longer ask myself the question that has always tormented me: Why was I thrown intothepart of the dress of this life.
(638)I believe passionately that, if we possess the end of creating, we do not havetheright to kill yourself because it is your duty to share this sound with others.
(639)In life you also get lost withthepeople you love, it's not your fault, it's nobody's fault sometimes, everything simply moves and rightly so.
(640)One loves one's mother almost withouttheto know, and one becomes aware of all the depth of the roots of this love only at the moment of the last separation.
(641)Takov� tajemstv�, kter�the�� between you and me, they have a special strength. Does she burn tk�? Life as a "spoilt" boy, right? But it brings life to life with tension and excitement.
(642)The surgeries at Crook, Peterlee(MakeSentenceWith.com), Consett and Chester-le-Street reopened 16 months ago on a trial basis for half-a-day each week.
(643)The heart of man is like a bird locked in the cage of the body. When you dancetheheart, he sings like a bird longing to merge with God.
(644)The great secret of life was not unknown to him:thes women are not looking forthehandsome,thes women are looking for the man who had beautiful wives.
(645)All happiness is a masterpiece: the slightest mistakethefalse, the slightest hesitation alters it, the slightest heavinessthedisparates, the slightest stupidity stupefies it.
(646)By his will he appointed thirteen executors who were to preserve his rooms at 10 rue Monsieur-le-Prince as the headquarters of the new religion of Humanity.
(647)Another is examptheis a late 14th century seal of Sir WilliamtheScrope Lord of Mann in which the tre cassyn are depicted in plate armor rather than mail.
(648)Not officially, but born out of their love. It destroys everything else. Passes throughthebarriers, allowing them to be free as individuals and as a couple.
(649)After prayer the company constituted themselves into a church: chose JeantheMacon to be their minister, and others of their number to be elders and deacons.
(650)Purpose and caring temper protagonist Thomas Kell�s cynicism,thending him more warmth and sensitivity thantheCarr�s and Deighton�s often embittered agents.
(651)Two words actually, he grinned. Laissez faire et laissez passer,themonde va de lui m�me! He coated the words with a heavy French accent. Eena gawked at him.
(652)Purpose and caring temper protagonist Thomas Kell�s cynicism,thending him more warmth and sensitivity thantheCarr�s and Deighton�s often embittered agents.
(653)Today, we seek everywhere to spreadtheknow; who knows if, in a few centuries, there will not be universities to restore the old ignorance?
(654)The showtheEastthebad dream of the chained modern society, which ultimately only expresses its desire to sleep. The showtheEasttheguardian of this sleep.
(655)Then it was the round of love: the fear that lends a hand to desire, tenderness and rage, and this brutal sufferingthewho followed, triumphant,thepleasure.
(656)I felt his erection against my abdomen, needing attention. I started massaging him using the water as a lube, and he moaned against itthemy lips.
(657)Laon is the capital, and Soissons the seat of a bishopric of the province of Reims. Other important places are Chateau-Thierry, St Quentin and Coucy-le-Ch�au.
(658)Basing his figures on the cooling rate of iron tested at his LaboratorythePetit Fontenet at Montbard he calculated that the age of the earth was 75000 years.
(659)Humorous (sexist): Some members of the Commission would have preferred thatthewomen were not allowed in Ireland, but someone was also needed to do the ironing
(660)He isthesun that never sets on the empire of modern passivity. It covers the entire surface of the world and bathes endlessly in its own glory.
(661)The past andthepresent are two incomplete statues: one has been pulled up all mutilated from the debris of the ages, the other has not yet received its future perfection.
(662)Willingness opens the door to bright and happy careers;theworkthes crosses, and once arrives at the end of the journey,thesuccess crowns the work.
(663)The writer Zimota discovered something important: the unhappiest people of all were nothing but dim? conscious digestive systems that have reached orgasm in the period.
(664)Henrivaux, Le Verre andthecrystal (Paris, 1887), and La Verrerie au XX' siecthe(1903); Chance, Harris and Powell, Principles of Glass-making (London, 1883); Moritz V.
(665)Vinoy wrote several memoirs on the war of 1870-71; Operations de l'armee pendanttheSiege of Paris (1872), The Armistice and the Commune (1872), The French Army (1873).
(666)After serving as instructor in mathematics to the young prince Louis, he took part with credit in the expedition into Holland, and was given the order Pourthedeserve
(667)Was a great admirer of Corneilthe(if he lived, Itheferais prince, he said), and under the Empire and the Restoration an approach to a sounder appreciation was made.
(668)Provided him to a prebend at Lincoln, notwithstanding he already held prebends at Salisbury, Lichfield, St Martin's-le-Grand and Abergwyly, and the living of Brington.
(669)See FRANCE: Law and Institutions; Henri See, Les Classes rurales etthedomain system in France in the Middle Ages (Paris, 1901); and Auger, Size Code (Paris, 1788).
(670)Inductive capacity may be considered uniform and equal to K, the frequency of the vibration is increased in the ratio of the square root of 1 -the- +3(1 - K - 1) to 2.
(671)The truth is that deep down I am a fatalist. yes to onetheThe time comes, it doesn't matter a Boeing than the punctual flower pot that collapses on one from a seventh floor
(672)Prayers were offered everywhere for his recovery, and the country was swept by a delirium of loyal enthusiasm, which conferred on him the tittheof Louisthewell aligned.
(673)These six people formedthecar background,theside of a well-to-do, serene and strong society, honest, authorized people who have Religion and Principles.
(674)This is a love story. I didn't imagine that love could decline in so many genres, nor that love could inducethepeople to dothemore diverse things.
(675)forty thousandthemen massacred and the army of our allies destroyed, and you find thethemot pour rire, * he said, as if strengthening his views by this French sentence.
(676)The chapel was used as the parish church of St Mary-le-Strand (1564-1717) and constituted a Chapel Royal in 1773; but there are no remains of the rest of the foundation.
(677)The beginning oftheTartuffe has been regarded as the greatest and best prologue. But it often gets reproach because the tragedy ending was changed into the comedy one.
(678)The beginning oftheTartuffe has been regarded as the greatest and best prologue . But it often gets reproach because the tragedy ending was changed into the comedy one.
(679)Therefore, a book we love is above all a book whose author we love, that we want to find again, with the quathewe want to passtheour days.
(680)I turned betweentheher arms as the water ran down my back. Easton squeezed my face betweenthehands andtheour tongues danced together in a passionate kiss.
(681)We are reconciled with an enemy who is inferior to us forthes qualities of the heart or mind; we never forgive the one who surpasses us by soul andtheg�nie.
(682)In 1746 and 1748 he published in the Memoirs of the Academy of Berlin Recherches surthecalcul integral, a branch of mathematical science which is greatly indebted to him.
(683)The faculties ofthetters and sciences, besides granting the Baccalaurat dethenseignement secondaire, confer the degrees of licentiate and doctor (la Licence,theDoctoral).
(684)The embedded remote monitoring system based on the B /S and C /S is stabtheand simpthe, and speeds up the network transmission rate and imp rove the reliability of system.
(685)Of the innumerabthesecondary authorities, see especially Paulin Paris,E tudes surtheregnede Francois IeT (Paris, 1885), in which the apologetic tendency is excessive; and H.
(686)In addition, the quantity of audit evidence necessary for Certified Public Accountants to obtain is also subject to the quality of audit evidence. The higher the quality,the.
(687)Objective To evaluate the rotheof periductal microvessel density (MVD) in predicting the transformation from ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) to invasive carcinoma in breast.
(688)Haha ya lo... lol bo pian so latetheeveryone vet all the good slotle... lol my grilled fries so Nomnomnom! Haha then we tml decide bah!Liddat we can also go town eat lol
(689)Louis of France LRB 16 August 1682 18 February 1712 RRB was the eldest son of Louis Dauphin of France known astheGrand Dauphin and as such was known astheLittle Dolphin.
(690)And the battletheof lawyers: Amazonia, Antarctica:thehotter,thevery cold;thevery humid,thevery icy. How to preserve these two spaces essential to our survival?
(691)those comparisons of fiancé, husband, heavenly lover and eternal marriage, which are repeated in sermons,theunexpected tenderness awakened in the depths of the heart
(692)Moreover,theThe famous Babylonian account of the Flood, which is found in the Epic of Gilgamesh, derives largely from another account, that of the Akkadian Epic of Atrahasis.
(693)It's by elthethat our philosophy, ourtheour books and our arts shone with such vivid brilliance; it's by elthethat our influence will dietheexercised as sovereign inthemonde.
(694)Objective To evaluate the rotheof periductal microvessel density (MVD) in predicting the transformation from ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) to invasive carcinoma in breast.
(695)At this hour, elthewantedthemal,theevil that no one commits,theevil that would fill her empty existence and finally put her in this hell of which shethewas always scared.
(696)Elizabeth, daughter of BouchardtheVe'ne'rable, count of Vendome, he had a daughter, Adela, who married Boon of Nevers and transmitted to her children the countship of Vendome.
(697)His younger brother, Jean Charles Dominique De Lacretelle, called Lacretelthe thejeune (1766-1855), historian and journalist, was also born at Metz on the 3rd of September 1766.
(698)The embedded remote monitoring system based on the B /S and C /S is stabtheand simpthe, and speeds up the network transmission rate and imp rove the reliability of system.
(699)Yesterday we were millions of miserable drops of water which today fed a tumultuous torrent which nothing could resist. Neither the old northepowerful, northesacr�.
(700)The commanders are: Herr General Wimpfen,theCount of LangeronthePrince de Lichtenstein,thePrince, de Hohenlohe, and finally Prishprish, and so on like all those Polish names.
(701)In addition, the quantity of audit evidence necessary for Certified Public Accountants to obtain is also subject to the quality of audit evidence. The higher the quality,the.
(702)Confirming what was doubtless an older custom, Philip Augustus decreed the quarantaine-le-roi, which suspended every act of reprisal for attheast forty days; and in 1257 Louis IX.
(703)Thethetter e is often dropped between two consonants (e caduc) if it is unstressed, such as in samedi, and also at the end of short words, such as ce, de, je,the, me, that, is, you.
(704)It takes a long time to cultivate a friend before he claims his friendship die. You have to be ruined for generations to repairthecrumbling old castle, to learn to love it.
(705)When we gothevices of a man, if you are told: Everythingthemondethesay don'tthedo not believe; if we bytheof its virtues by telling you again: Everythingthemondethesaid, believe it.
(706)The Tampa Bay Times reports the lawsuit says the VillatheMas resort and Airbnb failed to conduct a background check on a Nicaraguan security guard who was in Costa Rica illegally.
(707)Lefebvre, History of the cabinets of Europe duringtheconsulate and the empire (3 vols., Paris, 1845-1847); C. Auriol, France, England, and Napoleon, 1803-1806 (Paris, 1905); B.
(708)And was for two years tutor, after which he held from 1701 to 1711 thethectureship of St Mildred in the Poultry, and along with it from 1704 the rectory of St Peter-le-Poer, London.
(709)The Tampa Bay Times reports the lawsuit says the VillatheMas resort and Airbnb failed to conduct a background check on a Nicaraguan security guard who was in Costa Rica illegally.
(710)I'm like a fragile bridge, connecting across infinitythepass� etthepresent. I shake the mother's hand. I can't let her escape, because without me my mother would be alone.
(711)He was then director of the college of Senlis, where he composed his Esprit de la Ligue ou histoire politique des troubles de la Fronde pendanttheX 6 from ettheX VII th centuries (1767).
(712)This field has been identified, and pieces of crucibtheand fragments of glass have been dug up. There is another deed, dated 1300, which mentions one Williamtheverir of Chiddingfold.
(713)The artictheGolden ratio, Fibonacci sequence and other layout grids forthedesign web (in French) explains in more depth the application of Fibonacci numbers to Web design.
(714)Thethetter e is often dropped between two consonants (e caduc) if it is unstressed, such as in samedi, and also at the end of short words, such as ce, de, je,the, me, that, is, you.
(715)Trabut, Algeria;theground andthes habitants (Paris, 1898), specially valuabthefor agriculture and fauna; Arthur Girault, Principles of Colonization andthecolonial guise, Tome iii.
(716)40, La Chouannerie intheMorbihan (1793-1794); Sarot, The Ordinary Repressive Courts of the Channel in Political Matters during the First Revolution (Paris, 1881), 4 vols.; Th.
(717)The king of Navarre had succeeded in escaping from prison and had entered Paris, where his party was in the ascendant; and RoberttheCoq became the most powerful person in his council.
(718)The artictheGolden ratio, Fibonacci sequence and other layout grids forthedesign web (in French) explains in more depth the application of Fibonacci numbers to Web design.
(719)Knowing a lot is the same as being very smart? is not worth it. Mind?l?is not only knowledge, same? at the same time the judge. In other words, the link between information? set up these? is to use.
(720)He wrote essays on Les Legistes etthetheir influence on French society (1878); The Count of Montlosier andtheGallicanism (1880; and published in 1882 his Ten Years of Political Life.
(721)See C. Dionisiotti, Life of Carlo Botta (Turin, 1867); C. Pavesio, Carlo Botta ethehis historical works (Florence, 1874); Scipione Botta, Private Life of Carlo Botta (Florence, 1877); TO.
(722)Count Lichtenfels was here this morning, Bilibin continued, and showed me athetter in which the parade of the French in Vienna was fully described: Prince Murat et toutthetrembling...
(723)U never tot of my feeling one lo like I can control how good myEnglish is then I need to dbl check every sentence I type or speakthen I will be taking super damn long everytimethelo
(724)If hope is a feeling that can defeat fear, then that's when I walked uphill across thethelot of snow,themy tracks were of determination joy.
(725)Hetheft Rouen, went up to Paris, where he found refuge in the same garret which had sheltered him when a boy at the College LouistheGrand, and there wrote his second poem, La Chartreuse.
(726)Count Lichtenfels was here this morning, Bilibin continued, and showed me athetter in which the parade of the French in Vienna was fully described: Prince Murat et toutthetrembling...
(727)The next morning be posted it himself at the office of M. sur M. It was addressed to Paris, and the superscription ran: To Monsieur Chabouillet, Secretary of MonsieurthePrefet of Police.
(728)The artictheGolden ratio, Fibonacci sequence and other layout grids forthedesign web (in French) explains in more depth the application of Fibonacci numbers to Web design.
(729)Table of thetheold legislation onthes successions et de lathenew legislationtheestablished bythecivil code (Paris, 1804), and Transitional questions onthecode Napoleon (Paris, 1809).
(730)Galena was originally a trading post, called by the French La Pointe and by the English Fever River, the river having been named aftertheFevre, a French trader who settled near its mouth.
(731)After having worked out a hard core system of rules for analysing numerals , definite articles, and indefinite articles, we give a thorough study of the French singular definite articthe the.
(732)The Samoan islands have been produced by vulcanism, the source of which is the Samoa hotspot which is probably the result of a manttheplume. What is Mata otheAfi probably the result of
(733)It was, however, Voltaire and the encyclopaedists who raised Bacon to the pinnactheof his fame in France, and hailed him asthepere de la philosophie experimentathe(Letters onthes English).
(734)The doctrine of Emboitement is contained in the Considerations surtheprincipe de vie (1705); the preface to the Theodicee (1710); and the Principes de la nature et de la grace (� 6) (1718).
(735)And the magic consists in manipulating these archetypes in a skillful way and building something and not leaving it to the free play oftheemotions because they aretheemotions that influence Destiny.
(736)Anyone fighting monsters should take heed, inthecombat, not to become a monster himself. And as for him who scrutinizesthebottom of the abyss, the abyssthescrutinizes in turn.
(737)The queen, Marie Antoinette, was especially attracted by the grace and wit ofthebeau Fersen, who had inherited his full share of the striking handsomeness which was hereditary in the family.
(738)In 1879 a congress assembled in the rooms of the Geographical Society at Paris, under the presidency of Admiral de la RoncieretheNoury, and voted in favour of the making of the Panama Canal.
(739)The next morning be posted it himself at the office of M. sur M. It was addressed to Paris, and the superscription ran: To Monsieur Chabouillet, Secretary of MonsieurthePrefet of Police.
(740)My God give me the serenity to accept allthes things I can't change. Give methecourage to changethes things I can change and the wisdom to know the difference.
(741)In the case of ThomastheRente this may have been a way of increasing trade stock, for Thomas was already involved in the victualling trade (notably fishing) when he first appears in the 1280s.
(742)Tunstall, however, not only dismissed the case, but presented the offender with the rich living of Houghton-le-Spring; and when the accusation was again brought forward, he again protected him.
(743)specific investment management measures after the completion of the piloting operation on how to set up PE subsidiary accounts, how to establish a risk control system, and how tothefor record.
(744)He was variously reported to have been wounded and killed in this affair, and the wits of the reactionary party circulated his epitaph: Ci-gittheGeneral Santerre Who had only beer from Mars.
(745)Lastly, mention should be made of a remarkabthebut scarce a littlethetract by Gabriel Sacy, printed at Cairo in June 1902, and entitled Du regne de Dieu et de l'Agneau, known asthename of Babyism.
(746)C�est �a,thehigh school: the race to see who willthemore harm to others. who will self-destructthebetter. Being cruel is so rock'n'roll. Confessing yourself unhappy, on the other hand... Ugly, isn't it?
(747)You will get rid of him or her, you will stop suffering, you will be able to find peace (theyou will substitute for calm), but I assure you that there will not be a day when you wish that I was here to disturb you.
(748)So the Encyclopedie, besides giving a eulogistic artictheBaconisme, speaks of him (in d'Alembert's preliminary discourse) asthebigger,themore universal, andthemost eloquent of philosophers.
(749)The effects of his Italian sojourn upon the nascent ideas of Copernicus may be profitably studied in Domenico Berti's Copernico ethevicissitudes of the Copernican system in Italy (Rome, 1876), and in G.
(750)The church of St Mary-le-Bow, in Cheapside, is built upon a Norman crypt, and that of St Olave's, Hart Street, which was Pepys's church and contains a modern memorial to him, is of the 15th century.
(751)Charlotte de Sauve has been credited as a source of the information thatthed to the execution of Marguerite de Valois's lover Joseph Boniface de La M?theand Annibal de Coconnas for conspiracy in 157
(752)Let's examine them alltheactions of this kind and we will always find that they derive solely from the spirit of perversity, that is, usthewe commit only when we feel we shouldn't commit them.
(753)After quarrelling with the French king, PhiliptheBel, he fell into the hands of the Colonna family at Anagni, and died, either of the violence he there received or of mortification, in October 1303.
(754)There, on the 16th of December, he issued a decree (omitted from the official Correspondence) declaringthenomsne Stein an enemy of France and confiscating his property in the lands allied to France.
(755)Favourite moment of the 2018 calendar year Either our euphoric derby comeback at the start of the month, the showpiece of Ars�ne�s last home game, ortheProf�s poignant curtain call at Huddersfield.
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(757)The Samoan islands have been produced by vulcanism, the source of which is the Samoa hotspot which is probably the result of a manttheplume. What is the source of solidified lava on Mata otheAfi?
(758)This morning, the idea came to me for the first time that my body, this faithfulthecompanion, this surer friend, better known to me than my soul, is only a sly monster who will end by devouring his master.
(759)My dear boy, it's always a matter of luck. You will soon find out that it takes a lot of strength to hold onto power. Follow the law? can be achieved in many ways, atheonly one is effective and permanent. (Father Felebius)
(760)His wild extravagance, however, forced his father to forestall his creditors by securing his detention in semi-exithein the country, where he wrote his earliest extant work, the Essai surthedespotism.
(761)Heredity andthemiddle are some funny stuff. (...) The home environment can undo a lot of what you try to do in school. This is why we (...) takethes kids practically in the cradle.
(762)Haha yeah and some of my class ppl! Dun need swim! Haha two of themgot classes at 9 and siblings who study here too! Hahaha omg! He dunlike metheI think! Did you see the smiley face at amphitheatre!
(763)But time doesn't really healthewounds, it doesn't take the pain away at all - it does the opposite. Time gives the wound more time to become infected and gives us time to return to the places of that pain.
(764)HERRING (Clupea harengus, Haring in German,thehareng in French, sill in Swedish), a fish belonging to the genus Clupea, of which more than sixty different species are known in various parts of the globe.
(765)Charlotte de Sauve has been credited as a source of the information thatthed to the execution of Marguerite de Valois's lover Joseph Boniface de La M?theand Annibal de Coconnas for conspiracy in 1574.
(766)The curse that hangs overthemarriage is that too oftenthes individuals meet there intheur weakness, not intheTheir strength is that each asks the other instead of giving it pleasure.
(767)He is the author of La Contre-guerilla franraise au Mexico (1868); The Rise and Fall of Emperor Maximilian (1867); September Fourth andthenational defense governmentthe(1872); Mourad V.
(768)I began tothesecretly [...] every time I openedthepages of a book I wondered if this time it would be too late: I should have a fairy sipthethat would transform me forever.
(769)The earliest form of the name is Bodleton or Botheltun, and the most important of the later forms are Bodeltown, Botheltunle-Moors, Bowelton, Boltune, Bolton-super-Moras, B olton-in-yeMoors, Bolton-le-Moors.
(770)The badge of the class for science or art is a circular medallion of white, with a gold eagthein the centre surrounded by a blue border with the inscription PourtheMerite; on the white field thethetters '3F.
(771)If Transcription were atheCarr� novel, the main character would be the fake Gestapo agent, Godfrey Toby, a reputed mastermind who cuts a disappointingly unassuming, Pooterish figure in the young Juliet�s eyes.
(772)If Transcription were atheCarr� novel, the main character would be the fake Gestapo agent, Godfrey Toby, a reputed mastermind who cuts a disappointingly unassuming, Pooterish figure in the young Juliet�s eyes.
(773)Entering the army at seventeen, hetheft it two years afterwards; and at nineteen he produced Azemire, a two-act drama (acted in 1786), and Edgar, outhepage suppose, a comedy (acted in 1785), which were failures.
(774)Remigius is thus a Realist, not so much in the sense of Plato as in the spirit of Parmenides, and Haureau applies to this form of Realism Bayle's description of Realism in general astheUndeveloped Spinosism.
(775)On the contrary, Louvois flatly refused Saint-Mars's request in 1672 to be allowed to do so, and was exceedingly chary of allowing it in 1675 (only en cas de necessite, and vous pouvez donnerthesaid prisoner to Mr.
(776)From Bresetz; The Modern Charlatans, orthebe suretheacademic quackery (1791); The Adventures of Count Potowski (published in 1847 by Paul Lacroix, the bibliophitheJacob); Polish Letters (unpublished).
(777)His refusal of this post was overruled, so he entered on his office on the 13th of April; and two days after, the newly constituted Society took its formal corporate vows in the basilica of San Paolo fuorithemura.
(778)By invoking the infusion in Jesus, the man, with divine magic attheempoweringtheearthly miracles as well as his own resurrection, the early church transformed him into a God of the human world.
(779)Colbert (1773); Test on thethelegislation andthegrain trade (1775); Report to the King (1781); Of the administration of the finances of France (3 vols., 1784); Brief in response to the speech delivered by Mr.
(780)Joshua means God Save. It isthesame name as Jesus. In Greek as in Hebrew,themeaning is the same. It isthebib translatorthein Latin (the Vulgate) which distinguishedthes two names to avoid confusion.
(781)When Germany invaded the Channel Islands on July 1st, 1940, I was a Post Office telegraphist operating the Jersey circuit in London's Central Telegraph Office in St Martin's-le-Grand, opposite St Paul's tube station.
(782)Notthehe was hungry run? a jar of jam??, a box of biscuits, and Jeanne did it with great care? a coffee, of which I have left? about fifty grams, a pure mocha?, reserved? until? then the big occasions.
(783)Maybe because it's a bit cold in the evening buttheparothewhat I exchange with you warms my heart. I feel you even closer. It doesn't matter if I'm Watari's replacement or anyone else. I would like to stay like this forever.
(784)The violent personalities of a pamphlet entitled Marie Joseph Chenier ettheprince des critiques (1844), in reply to Jules Janin, brought him a six months' sojourn in La Pelagic, in the cell just quitted by Lamennais.
(785)What is strong about little children is that they don't saythethings with the intention of hurting, even if they do. � who don't really know what they are saying. Big boys don't: they know what they're saying.
(786)About the middtheof the Arbat Street, near the Church of the Miraculous Icon of St. Nicholas, Murat halted to await news from the advanced detachment as to the condition in which they had found the citadel,theKremlin.
(787)How could we live without a love and what does it matter if this love escapes reality, it just seems like an impossible ideatheto herethewe cling withthenails and teeth and keep alive with the power of thought?
(788)His memoir (1775) on the rotatory motion of a body contains (as the author was aware) conclusions at variance with those arrived at by JeantheRond, d'Alembert and Leonhard Euler in their researches on the same subject.
(789)He took it all for granted, he assumed they were just titmousethehe said at random without making an effort to listen and understand. I parry themtheI'm not alonethetter,theparothethey do buttheand make you happy at the same time.
(790)In 1866 he published A troupe of comedians, and afterwards Essay on the restoration of our historical monuments in front of fart and in front ofthebudget, which deals particularly with the restoration of the cathedral of Evreux.
(791)La defense des places (Metz); Test ontheshooting hollow projectiles (Paris, 1826); and on military history, Campaign ontheMain and the Rednitz of the Gallo-Batavian army (Paris, 1802); Pontonnier operations in Italy...
(792)He is fumbling in the car trying to free the little girl fromtheseat belts. The girl seems to have woken up, but he's good,thespeak softly andtheI don't cry and even let go of a giggle.
(793)A dry and warm wind comes down from the snowy Elburz to Gilan in December and January, and much resembles the fhn of the Alps (Dr Tholozan, Surthes winds from the North of Persia and onthefoehn du Guilan, Corn pies rendered, Acad.
(794)He was sent on a number of special scientific missions, among which may be mentioned one to England, on which he wrote a notabtheMemory onthework of women and children d p sthes Manufactures of England (1867).
(795)His famous answer to this question, La propriete, c'estthevol .(property is theft), naturally did not please the academy of Besancon, and there was some talk of withdrawing his pension; but he held it for the regular period.
(796)Becoming associated with Paul Lacroix (theBibliophitheJacob ), he planned with him a history of France, to consist of excerpts from the chief chroniclers and historians, with original matter filling up gaps in the continuity.
(797)Don't be a dreamer. Always fuck-? wowtheu?rars?n?z. Your feet do not take up space. You run away from the truth, your dreams are limited, as long as you dream, you will be satisfied and satisfied, but what is the little thing you need to achieve? furthertheyou can't beat it.
(798)intervenes. And so throughout the Old Testament. It is surprising to note thatthePhilistine name (in Hebrewthes consonants only are written, which gives: PLSTN) today gives Palestine (the same consonants).
(799)After all, we live in the age of Kleenex. We deal with itthes people like withthes handkerchiefs, we crumple after use, we throw away, we take another one, we blow our nose, we crumple, we throw away. Alltheeveryone uses the coattails of the neighbour.
(800)The villages of Appleby, Oakthorpe, Donisthorpe, Stretton-en-le-Field, Willesley, Chilcote and Measham were reckoned as part of Derbyshire in 1086, although separated from it by the Leicestershire parishes of Over and Nether Seat.
(801)There he busied himself with philology, and published notably some works on the Basque language: Grammar basque, Remarks on several assertions concerning the Basque language (1876), Observations ontheBasque Hondarribia (1878).
(802)You will be the one chosen to reach out to embrace man once again as the heart. So that all will be as it should. �Fatu-ma-le-ele-ele� You will give your fire so that Man may live. And he will give his heart so that earth may live.
(803)Since fate and events had kept them apart for so long, something light and indifferent had to run ahead to open the door.thedoors of the soul on parthemore serious, suggested by more serious thoughts.
(804)From the equivalence of a small rotation to a localized vector it follows that the rotation ~ will be equivalent to rotations E,ii, ~ about Ox, Oy, Uz, respectively, provided =the, s1 = me, i nc (I) and we note that li+,72+l~Z~i (2)
(805)As Billion has well said: - The idea of bringing back the explanation of tonesthes phenomena to mechanical principles is certainly great and beautiful, this step isthebolder than one can do in philosophy, and it was Descartes who did it.
(806)In a six-sheaved pulley tackthethe relation between E and W may be expressed as W = E (1/k-h1/k 2 -}- /k 3 +i/k 4 +1/k 5 +1/k 6) = E(k 6 - i)/k 6 (the- I), and with a probabthevalue of k = I-1 this gives W = 4.355 E instead of W =6E.
(807)This is a good image of him that remained deeply engraved in our memory: the image of someone who nevertheHe was afraid of life, and that is whytheI got so much out of it; That is why, in my eyes, his life was crowned with so many successes.
(808)His writings comprise, besides numerousthetters and memoirs in the Annals of the Propagation of the Faith, the famous Memories of a Voyage in Tartary,theTibet, and China duringthes annees 1844-1846 (2 vols., Paris, 1850; Eng.
(809)To getthepost of director general of the world organizationtheTrade,theFrenchman Pascal Lamy had come to be a companion in Brazil. Someone ask him about the Amazon: Should he consider for elthespecial status?
(810)Posterity has never made the embrace of the graves less hard. Elthejustthedeserves to moderate our fear of death since there is no therapy better suited to our inexorabthefinitude than the illusion of a beautifulthe�ternit�.
(811)- Yes, trend. Even if you start over, and manage to put your life back together, that's probablethethat you redothesame things. It's a trend. And when you pass a certain point, you can never go back. It's too late.
(812)Maybe yes. Maybe in this place, where they're supposed to heal me, they'll just give me a good broom. So I can sweep the floor of my brain. maybetheTell Adam I don't need to remember. I just need a good broom.
(813)Realize yourself. Realize your abilities. Be honest with yourself first. Keep moving forwardthepath of bravery. persevere onthepath of your passion. Walk, and don't stop until you reach your goal.
(814)Barthelemy was the author of a number ofthearned works on antiquarian subjects, but the great work on which his fame rests is Voyage du jeune Anacharsis en Grece, versthemiddle of the fourth centurythebefore the Christian era (4 vols., 1787).
(815)Charles of Orleans being a captive and his father-in-law, the count of Armagnac, highly unpopular, John the Fearless, hitherto prudently neutral, re-entered Paris, amid scenes of carnage, on the invitation of the citizen PerrinettheClerk.
(816)Then, from July to October, he was in Paris superintending the publication of his first work: Cadastre perpetuel, dedie a l'assemblee nationale, l'an 1789 etthepremier de la liberte francaise, which was written in 1787 and issued in 1790.
(817)Democracy will stand the test of history only if the citizen considers the election of a deputy to be a decision not to change? It is important if the election heals, and then especially when the elected member of parliament will feel the same responsibility as a surgeon when operating on a living body .
(818)In 1547 appeared Martin's French translation of Vitruvius, the illustrations of which were due, the translator tells us in his Dedication to the King, to Goujon, nagueres architecte de MonseigneurtheConnetable, and now one of yours.
(819)Yet, ironically,thesame women who were oppressed or restricted by their culture, and fight desperately for the right to equality are thatthewhich impose oppression and restriction on thetheyounger generations.
(820)Now Ismail, a descendant of an Egyptian, later married an Egyptian. He is, according to the Bible,thefather of the Arabs. Isaac, his half-brother, the legitimate child of Sarah and Abraham, will have a son who will bearthename of Jacob/Israel.
(821)The more you dive into thethereading a book, the more your pleasure increases, the more your nature becomes refined, the more your tongue loosens, the more your vocabulary grows rich, the more your soul is won over by enthusiasm andtherapture, the more your heart is filled.
(822)Hartzenbusch, Madrid Newspapers (1876); Lapeyre, Catalog-tariff of newspapers, magazines, and illustrations in Spain (1882); GeorgestheGentil, Literary Reviews of Spain during the first half of the 19th centurythe(Paris, 1909).
(823)In the same year he was nominated a Grand Cross in the Imperial Order of the Rose of Brazil; he also held the Prussian Order PourtheMerite, and belonged to the Legion of Honour of France and to the Order of the North Star of Sweden and Norway.
(824)In 1872 he was elected master of conferences at the EcotheNormale, and was made doctor of philosophy in recognition of his two treatises, Plato's Hippias Minor or Socratic arguments against free will and La Liberte etthedeterminisme.
(825)- Oh ! Franz, what you can be forthewet walls! So you don't want to take part in this great upheaval that is preparing, to get out of your cage, to take flight? Remember that you arethefils d�un Aigthe! Where are your wings?
(826)- Oh ! Franz, what you can be forthesometimes wet! So you don't want to take part in this great upheaval that is preparing, to get out of your cage, to take flight? Remember that you arethefils d�un Aigthe! Where are your wings?
(827)(prof.) Augustus was on top of me again; as his mouth full of words squeezed metheneck with the power of a lasso, my voice spoke internally. In the surrounding air, his hands have penetratedthes things. I was alone, elected among all.
(828)A few years afterwards he married again, his second wife being Agnes, daughter of Sir James 1 The descent of the first Napier of Merchiston has been traced to JohantheNaper del Counte de Dunbretan, who was one of those who swore fealty to Edward I.
(829)Nature does not expect like attracts like. And for a very simple reason that I never tire of repeating to you:thesouls incarnate to grow, not to please the level reached. They disdainthecomfortable situations and need challenges.
(830)Mom once said that you don't know love until you're thirty, because you can't see light without darkness. ItheI said that, in the absence of deep darkness, the weakest light becomes dark. That's why everyone has problems.
(831)A borough was created by WilliamtheBoteler about 1230 by a charter which has not been preserved; but its growing strength alarmed the lord who contrived to repress it before 1300, and for over Soo years Warrington was governed by the lord's manor court.
(832)We may be happy but just don�t know it yet. Many want to rebuke themselves for not finding the threshold of well being, since they simply haven�tthearnt to be nice to themselves and to enjoy the privileged twinklings of life. (C�est quandthehappiness ? )
(833)In 1112 (Erfurt, 1877); and the excellent Etude des relations entretheHoly See andthekingdom of France from 1099 to 1108, published by Bernard Monod in the Positions des theses des eleves de l'Ecothedes Chartes (1904): The Bullarium of Calixtus II.
(834)Today we know thattherefusal to recognize the existence of different religious or linguistic communities has not had the consequence of consolidating equality betweenthes citizens or to abolishthes discriminations, but very exactly the opposite.
(835)GUY FAWKES (1570-1606), English gunpowder plot conspirator, son of Edward Fawkes of York, a member of a good Yorkshire family and advocate of the archbishop of York's consistory court, was baptized at St MichaeltheBelfrey at York on the, 6th of April 1570.
(836)In Ventose and Germinal he published, under the pen name of Lalande, soldier of the homeland, a new paper, the Eclaireur du peuple, orthedefenseur de vingi-cinq millions d'opprimes, which was hawked clandestinely from group to group in the streets of Paris.
(837)It derives its name from its ancient place of judicature, which was in the church of Beata Maria de Arcubus - St Mary-le-Bow or St Mary of the Arches, by reason of the steepthethereof raised at the top with stone pillars in fashion like a bow bent archwise.
(838)I've heard so many arguments that have nearly turned my head, and have turned enough other heads tothes to consent to the assassination, that I understood that everythingthemisfortune of the men came from the fact that they did not hold a clear language.
(839)To the following year (1688) belongs his Digression surthes old andthes modernes, in which he took the modern side in the controversy then raging; his Doutes surtheoccasional causes physical system (against Malebranche) appeared shortly afterwards.
(840)Yes because the authority of the opinion of miltheIn thethesciences are not valid for a spark of reason of only one, yes becausetheThe present observations strip the authority of the decrees of past writers, who, if they had seen it, would have determined otherwise.
(841)TemptheFranklin, deciding to print, got fromtheVeillard the copy sent to him in 1788 (sending in return the original with autograph alterations and the final addition), and from the copy published (London, 1817) an edition supposed to be authentic and complete.
(842)The Amazonian forest is the first reserve of biodiversity on the planet (thefifth of plant species,thefifth of the bird species,thetenth of mammalian species). And, largest forest in the world, elthebrakesthes progress of the greenhouse effect.
(843)Chenier's influence has been specially remarkabthein Russia, where Pushkin imitated him, Kogloff translated La Jeune Captive, La jeune Tarentine and other famous pieces, whithethe critic Vesselovsky pronounces Il a retablithepure lyricism in French poetry.
(844)Fine?ethehigher nothejudge? on whattheconsciously?? lower?. Do you judge and wrap yourself up all day, talking about a chicken? who got stuck on your car?? Obviously that? not. You always judge only the hologram around you, your perception, your vibration, your creation.
(845)Hence, if p is the maximum value of the mean effective pressure corresponding to about 85% of the boiler pressure,, uW = pd 2the/D (26) is an expression giving a relation between the total weight on the coupled wheels, their diameters and the size of the cylinder.
(846)Benoist's Guichardin, historian and Italian statesman year X VI ' centurythe(Paris, 1862), and C. Gioda's Francesco Guicciardini ethesue opere inedite (Bologna, 1880) are not without value, but the authors had not had access to many important documents since published.
(847)Hethebe washed. Hethelooks at himself in a mirror and sees only circles: his face in the shape of a circle, his head in a circle, the Moon, the Earth andtheSun in circle. Hetheis a circlethein a circlethein a circle, and everything turns. Elthegoes back to bed andthefalls asleep.
(848)The days follow each other and are not alike, or in a more literary version, just as no happiness lasts forever, just asthemisfortune eventually ends. Supreme maxims of who has hadthetime to shootthe�on the setbacks of life and fortune..
(849)Young peoptheeverywhere have been allowed to choose between love and a garbage disposal unit. Everywhere they have chosen the garbage disposal unit. [Entre l'amour ettheautomatic garbage disposal the youth of allthes country has made its choice and prefersthetrash chute.]
(850)The lady was breathtakingly beautifulthebreath. Her skin, of an extreme whiteness giving rise tothed�sir chezthes men. His eyes were huge, golden, and his gaze hypnotic. A mouth resembling a ripe fruit stood out on her face, bursting with beauty.
(851)He suggested an international congress on the question; inspired a pamphlet, Le Pape eltheCon grs, which proposed a reduction of the papal territory, and wrote to the pope advising him to cede Romagna in order to obtain better guarantees for the rest of his dominions.
(852)The scheme, in the main the work of Sieyes, was refused by the Convention, who submitted the whothequestion to a special commission of six, which under the influence of Robespierre adopted a report by MichelthePeletier de Saint Fargeau shortly before his tragic death.
(853)The game is the epitome of a democratic way of life. It is thetheus remaining form of being. Gambling replaces religiosity, rules the stock market, politics, the courtroom, the press world, and it is what has kept us alive mentally since God's death.
(854)Was seeking to found a united kingdom in Great Britain; whithethe Habsburgs were entrenching themselves in Austria; above all, whithePhilippetheBel and histhegists were consolidating the French monarchy on an absolutist basis, there could be littthethought of the holy war.
(855)He published first a collection of Dissertations sur l'histoire civitheet ecclesiastique de Paris (3 vols., 1739-1743), then an Histoire de la villetheand everythingthediocese de Paris (15 vols., 1745-1760), which is a mine of information, mostly taken from the original sources.
(856)Deep down I would have wanted so much to cut the thread that kept me bound to my thirteen years, to sever it from the root, but this thousand-year-old oak had sunktheits innumerable ramifications around the soul and squeezed so hard, as to nail me to the ground of memories.
(857)Another historic part filled by Amyraut was in the negotiations originated by PierretheGouz de la Berchere (1600-1653), first president of the parlement of Grenoble, when exiled to Saumur, for a reconciliation and reunion of the Catholics of France with the French Protestants.
(858)Cheeky because, for the first time, in that eratheclass distinctions lost importance in the face of the irruption of modern times. In fact you dotheof bourgeois life evolves reaching and sometimes surpassing the aristocracy itself in splendour, class and worldliness.
(859)Tourneux, Marie Antoinette in front of history: Bibliographic essay (2nd ed., Paris, 1901); EmitheCampardon, Marie Antoinette andthecollar procks (Paris, 1863); P. Audebert, L'A$aire du collier de la reine, from the unpublished correspondence of the Chevalier de Pujol (Rouen, 1901); f.
(860)It was about this time that Grimm extolled Garrick as the first and only actor who came up to the demands of his imagination; and it was in a reply to a pamphlet occasioned by Garrick's visit that Diderot first gave expression to the views expounded in his Paradoxe surthecomedian
(861)Prony was charged with the direction of the work, and was expressly required not only to compose tables which left nothing to be desired as to accuracy, but to make themthecomputing monumentthewider andthemost imposing that had ever been executed or even designed.
(862)(1872); and especially thethearned work of Hervieux, The Latin Fabulists sincethecheckthed'Auguste jusqu'a la fin du moyen age (Paris, 1884), who gives the Latin texts of all the medieval imitators (direct and indirect) of Phaedrus, some of them being published for the first time.
(863)...the childish joy of plunging into an unexpected conversation with a complete stranger only to discover himself, hours later -and under tons of hypercaloric from this to such?. Yes! �andthe�ste a tal?. �S�! �YtheIs this to such?-, thinking that this, yes, is the beginning of a great friendship.
(864)The king's oath to his men binds him to respect and maintain their rights, which are as prominent as are his duties; and if the men feel that the royal oath has not been kept, they may lawfully refuse military service (gagertheroi), and may even rise in authorized andthegal rebellion.
(865)... the childish joy of plunging into an unexpected conversation with a complete stranger only to discover oneself, hours later -and under tons of hypercaloric from this to such?. Yes! �andthe�ste a tal?. �S�! �YtheIs this to such?-, thinking that this, yes, is the beginning of a great friendship.
(866)And I don'ttheI want � because I understood that � facithefall in love with a legend. Who wouldn't fall in love with a handsome and famous actor? Who would refuse a beautiful and famous actress? Who wouldn't be left without a matchtheWhat if someone who has charisma, and is loved by everyone, decides to give him attention?
(867)By reading we are not looking for new ideas, but thoughts that we have already thought of, which acquire a seal of confirmation on the page. We are affected by otherstheparothethat resonate in an area that is already ours - that we already live in - and making it vibrate, they allow us to grasp new ideas within ourselves.
(868)The union of the two orders, already suggested at the council of Lyons in 1245, was nominally achieved by the council of Vienne in 1311; but the so-called union was in reality the suppression of the Templars, and the confiscation of all their resources by the cupidity of PhilippetheBel.
(869)Bor was good to hurt. The girl's heart skipped a beat when her perfumethereachedthenostrils and flooded his mind like a drug. A hint of beard outlined the pointed outline of her chin andthelips parted in a feral grin of a soultheready to hunt.
(870)AND? are you a designer yet? or illustrator, you are expected to show creative activity every day. It doesn't matter if you're in the mood for cartoons or not. Rarely do you have the luxury to wait for something to inspire you and you will be able to move forward in the project.
(871)Ancillon took rank among the most famous historians of his day by his next work, Tableau des revolutions du systeme politique de l'Europe depuistheX V e si�e (1803, 4 vols.; new ed., 1824), which gained him the eulogium of the Institute of France, and admission to the Academy of Berlin.
(872)- Virginia was right at the top of the Carbonari at the time of the Risorgimento - she repeated - because here is the list of names of those who hadtherow of this conspiracy,thei was the head of women's Freemasonry, her rank was the highest, she was called Queen of the Great Firmament -
(873)On the 7th of May 1451 Waynflete, fromthepeynted chambre in his manor house at Southwark, asserting that his bishopric was canonically obtained and that he laboured under no disqualification, but feared some grievous attempt against himself and his see, appealed to the protection of the pope.
(874)I want you alert and ready. I will teach you to defend yourself. I'm not here to play or dig up the past. And now hurry up, I don't have time to waste, indeed, we don't have time to waste. Turning around and going downthescathethree steps at a time he added: I'll wait for you on the street, I'm the cool one on the bike.
(875)Tambi�ntheHe said that lovers, after celebrating the rite of love, cannot separate without admiring each other, without feeling defeated and victorious at the same time; In this way, neither of them will notice satiety, monotony, nor will they have the bad impression of having abused or suffered abuse.
(876)When newspapers depend on advertising, and advertising is in the hands of those with political power, how can you be free? When newspapers are owned by thethebig companies vsthewhich you will never be able to write and which have their own political interests, how do you do real journalism?
(877)Other important training institutions are the staff college (cothesuprieure de Guerre) which trains annually 70 to 90 selected captains and lieutenants; the musketry school of Chlons, the gymnastic school at Joinville-le-Pont and the schools of St Maixent, Saumur and Versailles for the preparation.
(878)Among the most prominent of these men in addition to Brae, Chevalier and Chabannes, were Tristan Lermite, Jean de Daillon, OliviertheDain (the barber), and after 1472, Philippe de Commines, drawn from the service of Charles the Bold of Burgundy, who became his most intimate adviser and biographer.
(879)In reply to this the French sovereign despatched Andrew as his ambassador to the great Khan Kuyuk; with Longjumeau went his brother (a monk) and several others - John Goderiche, John of Carcassonne, Herbertthesommelier, Gerbert of Sens, Robert a clerk, a certain William, and an unnamed clerk of Poissy.
(880)With the collaboration of Alfred von Arneth, director of the imperial archives at Vienna, he edited the Correspondance secrete entre Marie-Therese etthecomte de Mercy-Argenteau (3 vols., 1874), the first account based on trustworthy documents of Marie Antoinette's character, private conduct and policy.
(881)At one time in his life, many years ago,thehad lost his faith in God. Elthecursed him, hated him, accused him of being responsibletheof allthes evils of the earth. Buttheevil was not a creation of God. The man had inventedtheevil. Finally, hethesucceeded in forgiving God.
(882)I shook my head. - No, brothepeople is different. The feeling we have for someone always changes a little in relation to the other. It changes, falters, grows, fades, is rejected, hurts. In most cases it is difficultthebe able to control it. It's not like with a Subaru.
(883)Its vicinity was the scene of the decisive victory gained in 1712 by Marshal Villars over the allies commanded by Prince Eugene; and the battlefield is marked by a monolithic monument inscribed with the verses of Voltaire: Regardez dans Denain l'audacieux Villars Disputantthetreble thundertheof the Caesars.
(884)In her latest works she went back to her earlier themes of romantic and unchartered love, but the scene is shifted from Berri, which she felt she had exhausted, to other provinces of France, and instead of passionate manifestos we have a gallery of genre pictures treated in the spirit of Francoisthemushroom.
(885)The crossbarthepath that winds betweenthes trees using his flashlight. The sound of nocturnal insects echoed in his ears, it was as if the forest was living, breathing,thes trees threatened to withdraw from the earth and fall on this stranger who defiledtheur tempthesacr�.
(886)While in 2010 obesity andtherelated diseases have killed about 3 million people, terrorists have claimed 7,697 lives worldwide, most of thethesuch as in developing countries. For the average American or European, Coca-Cola poses a far more threatthefacingthedi al-Qaida.
(887)But one of the latest beneficiaries of this ingenious system has justthemess up and forced us, on returning from Mecca, to pay for the schooling of one of his sons in al-Azhar to redeem himself in the eyes of anti-colonialist Islam. This man will have cost us very dear to end up with reciprocal and definitive contempt.
(888)If the living organism is a hierarchical system whosethelevel of organization is above the chemical level, then it is obvious that it must be studied at allthes levels and that a search limited to one of them (chemical levels for example) cannot replace thattheperformed at higher levels.
(889)I couldn't blame him for doing this to us. It wasn't her fault. he did not deserve whatthewas going on; I didn't deserve any of this. He deserved to live long, go to college, travel, make mistakes, get married, and have children. He deserved to be healthy. He deserved the basics that everyone else took for granted... life.
(890)More fundamentally, you have to runtherisks preserving freedoms for all, including for people whothes claim in the name of liberal principles themselves while sometimes dreaming of a new social and political order where these freedoms would no longer be recognized, at least undertheur current form.
(891)See Francis William Bain, Queen Christina of Sweden (London, 1890); Robert Nisbet Bain, Scandinavia (Cambridge, 1905); Christina de Suede ettheCardinal Azzolino (Paris, 1899); Claretta Gaudenzio, Queen Christina de Suezia in Italy (Turin, 1892); Hans Emil Friis, Dronning Christina (Copenhagen, 1896); C.N.
(892)Let's sum it up in four wordsthesocial pact of the two states. You need me, for I am rich and you are poor; let us therefore make an agreement between us: I will allow you to have the honor of serving me, on condition that you will give methelittle you have left for the trouble I will take to command you.
(893)Above my clumsy words, above the reasonings that can deceive me, you consider in me simply the Man. You honor in me the ambassador of beliefs, customs, particular loves. If I differ from you, far from hurting you, I augment you. You question me as one questionsthetraveler.
(894)These are undoubtedly the first traces of the birth of Israel, as it is mentioned around 1210 in the st�thevictory of Pharaoh Merneptah. This Israel must constitute an important group sincetheroi �gyptienthejudge worthy of mention amongthes peoples he boasts of having conquered.
(895)Its intensity, its search for the substance ofthethings and its depththethey had something magical. And then he had a real talent for friendship: Perthei, a friend was forever. In athettera writes: I can't say no to someone I said yes to once. There is no better definition of fidelity.
(896)Rich people in Paris stay together,theurs quartiers, en bloc, forment une tranche de g�teau urbain dont la pointe vient toucher au Louvre, cependant que therounded edge stops at the trees betweenthePont d'Auteuil and the Porte des Ternes. Here. It isthegood piece. Alltherest is only pain and dung.
(897)Malgr�thes fanatics, it would be extremely dangerous to import into France the thesis of a clash of civilizations betweentheMuslim world and us. don't do islamthemirror where all our deformities are erased. Let's not repeat the mistake of forging an enemy to avoid questioning ourselves.
(898)The first volume was expanded into three volumes, La GautheRoman Empire (1891), The Germanic Invasion and the End of the Empire (1891) and The Frankish Monarchy (1888), followed by three other volumes, L'Alleu andtherural estate during the Merovingian period (1889), The Origins of the feudal system:thebeneficent andthepatronage..
(899)I prepared the opening, I didthecleaning, I tolerated physical fatigue and fought tiredness. I minimized the thoughtsthelook to the future. I was trying to solvethepeakthehassle, I was thinking about thethepositive things, I tried not to expect improbable periods of great work, I solved problems in a realistic way...
(900)He thought he had been prudent. He has just started a fire that will take weeks to extinguish. What aboutthesay, exclaims the press of S�o Paolo and vociferatesthes policies, never, evertheBrazil will not accept any limitation of its sovereignty over any part of its territory!
(901)Everyone says that the brain is the most complex organ in the human body, as a doctor I could even agree. But as a woman I assure you that there is nothing more complex than the heart, its mechanisms are still unknown today. In the reasoning of the brain there is logic, in the reasoning of the heart there aretheemotions.
(902)When the bruises subsided and Freya's claw turned into a scar, Ofelia would see the face she knew again. The look, however, would never have been the same again. By dint of seeing illusions she had losttheown, and that was fine. Whentheillusions disappear, only the truth remains.
(903)In 1835 he published his principal work, Sur l'homme etthedevelopment of one's faculties, or essay in social physicsthe(2nd ed., 1869), containing a resume of his statistical researches on the development of the physical and intellectual qualities of man, and on the average man both physically and intellectually considered.
(904)Intelligent species... You speak! You have to see what we do with our big brain: we know how to go to the moon and we havethematerial to blow up the planet in a few seconds, but half the population is starving and we still cannot curethecancer. The human is big crap.
(905)It is obvious that there is no sense of history that can be savedtheWith those facing Auschwitz, there is no God to whom man can worshiptheand facing Auschwitz. As a theological-political disaster, Auschwitz leaves neither Christianity and its theology nor society and its politics unscathed.
(906)About the year 1170 LamberttheBegue, a priest of Liege, who had devoted his fortune to founding the hospital and church of St Christopher for the widows and children of crusaders, conceived the idea of establishing an association of women, who, without taking the monastic vows, should devote themselves to a life of religion.
(907)Soon the conversation resumed betweenthes three ladies, that the presence of this threadthehad suddenly made friends, almost intimate. They had to dotheur it seemed, like a beam ofthetheir wives' dignities in front of this shamelessly sold; because legal lovethealways stands tall with his free colleague.
(908)We have been told that by speaking a language whosethechildishness did not allow us tothet�nt for a language, elthemade insignificant words look like incomprehensible words. Elthesaid nothing, but saying nothing was for herthea mode of expression that is too significant, below which itthemanaged to say less still.
(909)In addition to other medical works he published anonymously Conjectures surthes original memoirs which it seems that Moyse used to composethelivre de la Genese, (1753), in which he pointed out that two main sources can be traced in the book of Genesis; and two dissertations on the immateriality and immortality of the soul,.
(910)Laura never dissembled or differedtheleast of his feelings. If Laura loves someone, elthekiss her, if Laura drinks, eltheis drunk, and hethe thesaid, if thethes'emmerde, thetheleave the tabthein the middle of the meal, saying that hetheis bored, and if elthewants to kill someonethe thekill. And hethe thekills herself, and elthesay why!
(911)�this foundation [John Templeton], with a capital of more than one billion, distributes tens of millions each year to researchers who want to study the links between science, religion and spirituality. . . Because if faith moves mountains, money does it more easily (Car si la foi d�place des montagnes, l�argenttheeasier.)
(912)I know thatthes facts seem to contradict me, I know very well that Islam - by far the most stupid, the most false and the most obscurantist of allthes religion - sembthecurrently gaining momentum; but this is only a superficial and transitory phenomenon: in the long term Islam is doomed, even more surely thantheChristianity.
(913)He was continually employed on diplomatic errands until 1455, when, owing apparently to ill-health, he received apartments in the palace of the counts of Hainaut at Salle-le-Comte, Valenciennes, with a con siderabthepension, on condition that the recipient should put in writing choses nouvelles et morales, and a chronictheof notabtheevents.
(914)BUCCLEUCH The substantial origin of the ducal house of the Scotts of Buccleuch dates back to the large grants of lands in Scotland to Sir Walter Scott of Kirkurd and Buccleuch, a border chief, by James in consequence of the fall of the 8th earl of Douglas (1452); but the family traced their descent back to a Sir RichardtheScott (1249-1285).
(915)This influx was looked upon with disfavour by Kruger and his supporters, and, whithethe new corners were heavily taxed, steps were speedily taken to revise the franchise laws so that the immigrants should have littthechance of becoming burghers of the republic. This exclusion the tilt' policy was even applied to immigrants from thethenders.
(916)Teacher - especially? Waldorf teacher - despite his important position, he is not a prophet of friendship, marriage or permission in the visionary or full sense words. It is not his mission, nor is it within his competence, to project his own goals, ideals and dreams into the child. Essential decisions must ultimately be made by the individual in their individuality.
(917)On the 19th of July 1669 Louvois, Louis XIV.'s minister, writes to Saint-Mars at Pignerol that he is sending himthenomme Eustache Dauger (Dauger, D'Angers - the spelling is doubtful),' whom it is of the last importance to keep with special closeness; Saint-Mars is to threaten him with death if he speaks about anything except his actual needs.
(918)God is love He who does not love does not know God, because God is love... And we, we know and we believe that God loves us. God is love ; he who dwells in love remains united to God and God dwells in him. 1 John 4:8 and 16 God is just God is just in all his ways and faithful.thein all his works. Psalm 145. 17
(919)Finally there is a book, a book that seemsthefrom one end to the other a higher emanation, a book which is for the universe whattheKoran is for Islamism, whichthes Vedas are for India, a book which contains all human wisdom enlightened by all divine wisdom, a book which the veneration of the peoples callthe thebook, the Bibthe!
(920)I love you, he says, through gritted teeth, to shut the kid up. I do not know why. You are...completely dumb, you dress like a transvestite whore, I hate your music, you're crazy, you drive me crazy, but I'm crazy about you and I think about you everythingthetime and I love you, yes. You understand? I like you. Only... not in English. I can't.
(921)Little by little, a democracy with assemblies of the peopletheand popular judges livestheday. A sine qua non for the establishment of democracy was thatthepeopletheIs enlightened enough to be able to participate in the democratic process. That a young democracy requires a certain education of the people, we have clearly seen it nowadays.
(922)I still feel thatthegrown women / family members advise the new generation how they should cook better, keep their house clean, listen to their man more, have fewer opinions, and for the love of allthethings, dressing like a woman, adding more makeup and keeping their weight in check so he doesn't go away.
(923)Epicurus said: or God wants to preventthewrong and notthecan, or hethecan and dothewants, or he doesn'tthecan neitherthewants, where hethewants andthecan. If hethewants and doesthecan, he is helpless; if hethecan and dothewants, he is perverse; if he doesthecan neitherthewants, he is helpless and perverse; if hethewants andthecan, than notthedoes he, my father?
(924)Porter wrote a Life of Commodore David Porter (1875), gossipy Incidents and Anecdotes of the Civil War (1885), a none too accurate History of the Navy during the War of the Rebellion (1887), two novels, Allan Dare and RoberttheDiabthe(1885; dramatized, 1887) and Harry Marline (1886), and a short Romance of Gettysburg, published in The Criterion in 1903.
(925)The plan given by Viollet-le-Duc of the Priory of St Jean des Bons Hommes, a Cluniac cell, situated between the town of Avallon and the village of Savigny, shows that these diminutive establishments comprised every essential feature of a monastery, - chapel, cloister, chapter-room, refectory, dormitory, all grouped according to the recognized arrangement.
(926)On the 8th of March 1372 Wykeham resigned the chancellorship, and Bishop Brantingham of Exeter the treasurership, and laymen were appointed in their places, though Sir Robert Thorp, who became chancellor, was master of Pembroke Hall at Cambridge, and as much a cleric as Wykeham had been when he was dean of St Martin-le-Grand and surveyor of Windsor Castle.
(927)- So far you have lost many things. Many precious things. The problem is not knowing whose fault it is. The problem is that you always attached something of your own to all of themthethings you lost. You should not have. You should have saved something for yourself instead of letting it go with the rest. So you've worn yourself out little by little. Why? Why did you do it?
(928)The administration then said to itself in its solicitude: there is a way, tothes Muslims, to be absolved fromtheour sin is to go to Mecca. Wetheur will paythejourney. They will fillthetheir Koranic duties; they will come back to us absolved, their conscience white as snow. They will be able to begin again in our service; so we will have doubletheb�n�fice.
(929)Just such details: ?thewell-chosen outfit, slight tooth defect, charming mediocrity soul, does women? real? and alive. Women from posters or from fashion shows that they all try to be? you? today similar, aren't they alluring because s? unreal, because s? only catfish? abstract rules. They were spawned by a cybernetic machine, not human bodies!
(930)Historically, this proceeded from the labours of Jean de Launoy (1603-1678),thedenicheur des saints, and Louis SebastientheNain de Tillemont, who had shown the falsity of numerous lives of the saints; whithetheologically it was produced by the Port Royal school, whichthed men to dwell more on communion with God as contrasted with the invocation of the saints.
(931)Some psychoanalysts have wanted to give scientific bases to these imaginations: everythingthepleasure that the woman draws from the cost would come from what shethesymbolicallythem�theand appropriates her sex. But it seemsthethat these theories themselves require to be psychoanalyzed and thatthes doctors whothes invented have projected ancestral terrors there.
(932)A disaster, in general and whatthewhatever its nature, announces itself with a bang, has its share of warning signs, whistleblowers, incredible coincidences and, sometimes, certain miracles. But despite all this, man never manages to look the truth in the face, he cannot believe thattheworse can happen and, continually, divertstheregard...
(933)Besides the Palingenesie, Ballanche wrote a poem on the siege at Lyons (unpublished); Sentiment considered in literature and inthes arts (the 80s); Antigone, a prose poem (1814); Essay onthes institutions sociales (1818), intended as a prelude to his great work; Le Vieillard ettheyoung man, a philosophical dialogue (1819); The Man Without a Name, a novel (1820).
(934)How is Marta, he will ask, Tired, but fine, I will answer, and we are also saying these words constantly, I would not be surprised if when we move from this world to the other we still May we manage to find the strength to respond to someone who isthethe stupid idea of asking us how we feel, Dying, but fine, is what we will say.
(935)124); Donnei des Amanz, the conversation of two lovers, overheard and carefully noted by the poet, of a purely didactic character, in which are included three interesting pieces, the first being an episode of the story of Tristram, the second a fable, L'homme ettheserpent, the third a tale, L'homme et l'oiseau, which is the basis of the celebrated Lai de l'oiselet (Rom.
(936)Journalists' careers, like athletes, are short. Glory and glory arrive early and soon we will be replaced by the next generation.thelet go. the number of those who continue on their way and rise less. life conditions of others? mass, press? They start to criticize, they open blogs, they give seminars and their friends? they spend too much time impressing, the middle of the two there is none.
(937)Trevor realized that the odd thing about English is that no matter how much you screw sequences word up up, you understood, still, like Yoda, will be. Other languages don't work that way. French? Dieu! Misplace a singthe theor la and an idea vaporizes into a sonic puff. English is flexible: you can jam it into a Cuisinart for an hour, remove it, and meaning will still emerge.
(938)The creator of the present edifice was Francis I., under whom the architect GillestheBreton erected most of the buildings of the Cour Ovale, including the Porte Doree, its southern entrance, and the Salthedes Fetes, which, in the reign of Henry II., was decorated by the Italians, Francesco Primaticcio and Nicolo dell' Abbate, and is perhaps the finest Renaissance chamber in France.
(939)No one had ever given one tothei, with the exception of Bess, while Ryan would have liked it without any shadow of a doubt, just as he loved giving them away in turn. Offering a book as a gift was equivalent to packing, in addition to the volume, toothehours, thoughts,thereflections spent on the person who received it. And there wasn't enough cover price for those.
(940)118 seq.; Galloway, Studies in the Philosophy of Religion; Bergson, Essai surthes immediate data of consciousness; James, The Will to Believe; Fonsegrive, Essay onthefree will; Renouvier, The Dilemmas of Pure Metaphysics; Boutroux, The Contingency of the Laws of Nature; Noel, The Consciousness of Free Will; Boyce Gibson, Essay in Personal Idealism on The Problem of Freedom.
(941)The rood of Bromholm was a reputed fragment of the Cross which attracted many pilgrims. To the south of North Walsham is North Walsham Heath, whither in June 1381 a body of insurgents in connexion with the Peasants' Revolt were driven from before Norwich by HenrytheDespenser, bishop of Norwich, and defeated; after which theirtheader, Geoffrey Lister, and others were sent to the scaffold.
(942)To misname an object is to add to the misfortune of this world. And precisely the great human misery which has long pursued [Brice] Parain and which inspired him with such moving accents, isthelie. Without knowing or without yet saying how this is possible, he knows that the great task of man is not to servethelie. [On a philosophy of expression, Poetry 44, 1944]
(943)Oberlin published several manuals on archaeology and ancient geography, and made frequent excursions into different provinces of France to investigate antiquarian remains and study provincial dialects, the result appearing in Essai surtheLorraine patois (1775); Essays onthes Minnesingers (1782-1789); and Comments onthedialect andthes manners of country people (1791).
(944)Hartley, Description of the Delta of the Danube (1862 and 1874); Memoire surtheadministrative regime established at the mouths of the Danube (Galatz, 1867); Desjardins, Rhone and Danube, a defense of the canalization scheme (Paris, 1870); Map of the Danube between Braila and the sea, published by the European Commission (Leipzig, 1874); Peters, Die Donau and ihr Gebiet, eine geologische Studie (1876); AT.
(945)Loving is just a form of recognition, in life we recognize what we already havethetto, either because it was narrated to us or because we have that narration within us. Love is nothing but gratitude, it always precedes us, likethebuds precede spring. The first look is nothing but the last and most accomplished, then it's a matter of living up to it as time goes by.
(946)If gender is transvestite, and if this is the approach? If what he is trying is an imitation that regularly breeds the ideal, then gender is the illusion of a gender, or self, or psychic gender core? it is a representation that gives birth; the illusion of inner depth? on the skin, by gesture, by movement, by walking?the(with a range of bodily representations understood as the presentation of gender).
(947)Its most important early charter was that granted in 1340 by HughtheDespenser, whereby the burgesses acquired the right to nominate persons from whom the constabtheof the casttheshould select a bailiff and other officers, two ancient fairs, held on the 29th of June and, 9th of September, were confirmed, and extensive trading privileges were granted, including the right to form a merchant gild.
(948)To love a spirit, herethev�ritabthemartyrdom. Despair incarnate. Donna's name would not be printed on any page, it would not appear voidthegoes intothes annals of humanity. Disappeared without leaving an address. There are girls like that, and these are the ones we lovethemore, those that do not allow hope, because they escape you even as you close your arms around them.
(949)There is no doubt to me that wisdom isthemain purpose of life and that is why I always come back to the Stoics. They have attained wisdom, so one can no longerthecall themselves philosophers in the proper sense of the word. From my point of view, wisdom isthenatural term of philosophy, its end inthes two meanings of the word. A philosophy ends in wisdom and by the same token disappears.
(950)The form in which certain of the references to him are couched favours the above view; the compiler of GuirontheCortois says in his prologue that master Gautier Map who was a cleric to King Henry quoted the estoire of Monsignor Lancelot du Lac, that nothing else spoke mie grammement in his book; and in another place he refers to Map, qui fit lou pro pre livre de monsoingnour Lancelot dou Lac.
(951)Man must escape from this ridiculous listthewhat was done to him:theso-called current reality with the prospect of a real future that is not worththehardly better. Each full minute carries within itself the negation of centuries of limping and broken history. Those whose job it is to twirl those blazing eight above usthecan only with pure sap._ Manifestos of surrealism
(952)Between kings, between peoples, between individuals,thethe stronger gives himself rights overtheweaker, and the same regtheis followed bythes animals, by matter, bythes elements, etc., so that everything in the universe is carried out by violence; and this order, which we condemn with some appearance of justice, is the most general, the most absolute, the most immutable, and the oldest law in nature.
(953)If you agree that man has a soul - I wantthes animals have them, allthes beasts - starting withthepig to finish with the ant, with the microscopic animals. If the man is freethes animals are free, they will be rewarded or punished like him, how many different souls, how many hells, how many paradises, Voltaire said - this reflection is humiliating - eltheleads to materialism and nihilism.
(954)The real universities are not the ones we have built. It's easytheto say once wetheknows. Real universities subvert, they corrupt, they are dangerous institutions and, what is more, they can be very expensive. And yet, there is a much greater danger - and cost - in creating a society in whichtheno one knows what it means to be truly free.
(955)Respect de l'Homme! Respect de l�Homme!� Yestherespect for man is founded intheheart of men,thes men will end up founding in returnthesocial, political or economic system that will consecrate this respect. A civilization is first founded in substance. Eltheis first, in man, blind desiretheof a certain heat. The man then, from error to error, findsthepath that leads to fire.
(956)And Leopold of Tuscany, their correspondence (2 vols., 1872); Letters from Empress Maria Theresa to her children and friends (4 vols., 1881); Marie Antoinette: Secret correspondence between Marie-Therese ettheComte de Mercy-Argenteau (3 vols., Paris, 1875), in collaboration with Auguste Geffroy; Graf Philipp Cobenzl and seine Memoiren (1885); Secret correspondence of the Comte de Mercy-Argenteau with the Emperor Joseph II.
(957)Cheste Bogno 0 ' ?4 Ltheof R misconduct, he is only checked-so far as ecclesiastical order is concerned-by his oath of canonical obedience to the godly monitions of his bishop; and, since these monitions are difficult and costly to enforce, whithetheir godliness may be a matter of opinion, an incumbent is practically himself the interpreter of the law as applied to the doctrine and ritual of his particular church.
(958)Whatthes dead poets give way to others. And we could all the same see that it is our veneration before what has already been done, so beautiful and so worthwhile.thewhatever, which petrifies us, which stabilizes us and prevents us from making contact with the force which is below, which is calledthethe thinking energy, the vital force,thedeterminism of exchanges,thes moon periods or whatever.
(959)During the next two centuries the councils devoted much attention to heresy: eight propositions concerning the body of Christ after his death were rejected at St Mary-le-Bow in 1286; the expulsion of the Jews from England was sanctioned by athegatine synod of Westminster in 1291; ten theses of Wiclif's were condemned at the Dominican friary in 1382, and eighteen articles drawn from his Trialogus met the same fate at.
(960)In the Middle Ages The introduction of the trivium is attested: S�DI, a blackthett� of Timbuktu, author of the famous work entitledthe�Tarikh es-Sudan� cites amongthes subjects he had mastered, logic, dialectics, grammar, rhetoric, not to mention law and other disciplines...the long lists of subjects studied and scholars orthevery African whotheteach at the University of Timbuktu�
(961)Still, even in the region of pure mathematics, his 1 The passage is sufficiently remarkabtheto deserve quotation in the original: - The parts of the Earth have such a propensity to the center of it, that when it changed place,thesaid parts, although far from the globe in the time ofthemutations of it, would follow it throughout; example of this is the perpetual continuation of thetheMedicee, even though they are continuously separated from Jupiter.
(962)- Because in a certain sense a part passed through them. The revolution didn't happen like that by chance, there was a power that said that, you know? The two things had to compete; you know that at the end there is the Apocalypse, with a message, always from John. And it's not just something like that, allegorical, there's always a historical fact and a mythical one together, they gothetogetherthethings. There is an event there too, which will happen -
(963)An unbroken curtain of white flakes shimmered endlessly as it descended to earth; he erasedthes forms, powderedthes things of an ice foam; and we no longer heard, inthegreat silence of the citythecalm and buried under the winter, that this vague rustling, namelesstheand floating of the falling snow, rather sensation than noise, intermingling of light atoms which seemed to fill the space, to coverthemonde.
(964)In conclusion the chamber, desiring without prejudice (sans prejuger surthefond) that the question of the annexation of the Congo should be brought before the chamber in the shortest possibthetime, in accordance with the intention expressed by the government, recorded its desire that the central committee charged to examine the draft law of the 7th of August 1901 should hasten its labours and lay its report at an early date. (J.
(965)One of whatthestronger illusions thatthelive is the one through which we convince ourselves that to be happy we need great moments. And we wait, we wait, we wait... most often in vain because? thus refuse us little onesthewhat about everyday joys? right under our noses. Live as you would like to turn every day into a precious memory. Could it be? discover that is life more beautiful? than you thought.
(966)Marchioly in the burial register of Saint Paul naturally suggests indeed at first that the ancien prisonnier taken by Saint-Mars to the Bastilthein 1698 was Mattioli, Saint-Mars himself, sometimes 1 Barbezieux to Saint-Mars, May To, 1694: J'ai recu lathebe that you took the trouble to write to methe29 of the month passes; you can, as youthepropose, put in veiled prisontheservant of the prisoner who died.
(967)How do you get intimacy in language? How does the novel that is also a film become a novel in allthetypically novel-like sides of it? And how do you getthe?ven in that novel? There must be a relationship between language and the other; the world of flesh and blood beyond. Perhaps I had developed the latter side too little. These days I am sometimes overcome by the craziest emotions, or rather: by longing for those emotions.
(968)Besides several political pamphlets, Gregoire was the author of History of religious sects, sincethebeginning of the siecthelast until the present timethe(2 vols., 1810); historical essay onthes Liberties of the Gallican Church (1818); On the influence of Christianity on the condition of women (1821); History of the confessors of emperors, kings, and other princes (1824); History of the marriage of priests in France (1826).
(969)As athegislative body the powers of the Council are co-ordinate with those of the Duma; in practice, however, it has seldom if ever initiatedthegislation.6 The Duma of the Empire or Imperial Duma (Gosudarstvennaya Duma), which forms the Lower House of the Russian parliament, consists (since the ukaz of the znd of June 1907) on the 27th of April 1906, whithethe name and princi ptheof autocracy was jealously preserved, the word unlimited vanished.
(970)Isn't this quality of joythenotthefruitthemost precious of the civilization which is ours? A totalitarian tyranny could satisfy us, elthealso, in our material needs. But we are not fattening cattle. prosperity andthecomfort cannot be enough to satisfy us. For us who were brought up inthecult of respect for man, weighs heavythes simple encounters that sometimes turn into marvelous celebrations�
(971)Alfonso Salmeron and Pasquier-Brouet, as papal delegates, were sent on a secret mission to Ireland to encourage the native clergy and peoptheto resist the religious changes introduced by Henry VIII.; Nicholas Bobadilla went to Naples; Faber, first to the diet of Worms and then to Spain; Laynez and ClaudetheJay to Germany, whitheIgnatius busied himself at Rome in good works and in drawing up the constitutions and completing the Spiritual Exercises.
(972)Since the mistress took me back, later I wanted to take my father back, tell him that there was no such thing as going to the floor or a watch before eleven o'clock. He flew into a violent rage. Another time: How do you expect me not to be taken back, if you speak badly everythingthetime! I was crying. He was unhappy. Everything related to language is in my memory a reason for resentment and painful bickering, much more than money.
(973)One evening when they were lying close to each other, like eltheasked him to invent a poem that would begin with I know a beautiful country, he did so on the spot. I know a beautiful country It's gold and eglantine Everythingtheeveryone smiles at it Ah whatthefine adventure The tigers are cowardly there The lambs look proud to allthes old vagabonds Ariane gives out sandwiches. So hethefuck himthehand, and he was ashamed of this admiration.
(974)What Jared didn't know, and didn't want to admit, was that I'd never seen an otter. Not live, at least. I basked in front of documentaries, wanting to take my sister to the aquarium when she was born. I would have pointed to the tub, hoping to admiretheotters holding hands, as I had seen hundreds of times on TV. And I too would have held her hand, so as not to lose it, because that's what they dotheotters: do not get lost.
(975)Farewell, my dear old. Reread and rehearse your tale. Leave alone-therest and take it back,thes books are not made likethes children, but asthes pyramids, with a premeditated design, and by bringing large blocks one above the other, by dint of kidneys, time and sweat, and it is useless! and it stays inthedesert! but intheprodigiously dominating. Jackals piss at the bottom andthebourgeois climb on it, etc.; continue the comparison.
(976)You as you are, I as I was. That that two who love each other have to become equal and have to think the same does not fit my head. For each other! Two in one! What nonsense egoism invents! Why this confusion of the characters? Let everyone be like Godthehas done, and being different, they will love each other more. Let me loose, don't tie me up, don't erase my... Shall I say it? These wise words choke me; but, finally, I will release it... my doisinggracia.
(977)We should all be the same. We are not born free and equal, astheproclaims the Constitution, we are made equal. Each man must be the image of the other, like that, everythingtheeveryone is happy; more mountains fortheto intimidate,thegive ur a point of comparison. Conclusion ! A book is a loaded gun in the house next door. Let's burn it. Let's unload the gun. Let's break the human spirit. Who knows who could be the cibtheof educated man?
(978)As for the functional analogythein betweentheBuddhism and Islam versus Hinduism,thes two traditions having, vis-à-vis the latter,them�me r�thenegative and alsothem�me r�thepositive, �thes Buddhists, Mah�y�nists or H�nay�nists, are fully aware of this, because they see inthes Muslim invasions thatthes Hindus had to undergothedivine punishment forthes persecutions which they themselves had had to suffer from the Hindus.
(979)Should we insist by recallingthes practical as it seemsthewant to establish onthes lands he conqueredthe?Caliphate? self-proclaimed Islamic State? ?? Western liberal democracies, including Quebec and Canada, proud ofthetheir generous declarations of human rights, must learn to live, in and outtheour borders, with groups who want to establish a radically different social order nourished by an intransigent faith.
(980)Respect for the man! Respect for man!� There is the touchstone! WhentheNazist respects only those who resemble him, he respects nothing but himself; he refusesthes creative contradictions, ruins all hope of ascent, and founds for a thousandtheyears, in place of a man,thetermite mound robot. Order for order's sake strips man of his essential power, which is to transform andtheworld and oneself. Life creates order, but order does not create life.
(981)But FulktheRechin (the Cross-looking), brother of Geoffrey the Bearded, who had at first been contented with an appanage consisting of Saintonge and the chcitellenie of Vihiers, having allowed Saintonge to be taken in 1062 by the duke of Aquitaine, took advantage of the general discontent aroused in the countship by the unskilful policy of Geoffrey to make himself master of Saumur (25th of February 1067) and Angers (4 th of April), and cast Geoffrey into prison at Sable.
(982)He workstheto free himself from the need to work, he makes himself a slave in order to free himself from servitude, and this tragic paradox will henceforth be the formtheof his life: to write to be dispensed from writing; amass a lot of money so that you no longer have to think about money; Saving in order to be able to spend; withdraw from the world to havethes means oftheconquer; beaker, beaker, beaker day and night, without truce, without joy, without life, to finally live the real life...
(983)It seems to us, on the contrary, that our ascent is not complete, that the truth of tomorrow feeds on the error of yesterday, and thatthes contradictions to overcome arethethe very ground of our growth. We recognize as ours even those who differ from us. But whatthe�trange parent�! hetheis based on the future, not onthepast. Onthegoal, not on the origin. We are for each other pilgrims who,thealong various paths, let us labor towardsthesame appointment.
(984)Don't tell me No, Ender. It took me a long time to realize that, but believe me, I hated myself, I hate myself. And it all comes down to this: the moment I understand my enemy, the moment ItheI understand well enough to defeat him, then, at that precise moment, I alsothewanna. I think it is impossiblethereally understand someone, know what they want, know what they believe, and not lovethehow he loves himself. And then, at that precise moment, whenthewanna...
(985)you can live withouttheer, it's true: but you can also live without loving: the argument leaks like a raft captained by rats... Only those who have been in love know what love gives and takes away: only those who havetheNobody knows if life is worth living without the awareness of those men and women who have written to us a thousand times before we were born. And nobody smiles at these lines. For once, and without serving as a precedent, they have been written only from emotion.
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- How to use "le" in a sentence.
- 10 examples of sentences "le".
- 20 examples of simple sentences "le".
All the parts of speech in English are used to make sentences. All sentences include two parts: the subject and the verb (this is also known as the predicate). The subject is the person or thing that does something or that is described in the sentence. The verb is the action the person or thing takes or the description of the person or thing. If a sentence doesn’t have a subject and a verb, it is not a complete sentence (e.g., In the sentence “Went to bed,” we don’t know who went to bed).
Four types of sentence structure.
Simple Sentences with "le"
A simple sentence with "le"contains a subject and a verb, and it may also have an object and modifiers. However, it contains only one independent clause.
Compound Sentences with "le"
A compound sentence with "le"contains at least two independent clauses. These two independent clauses can be combined with a comma and a coordinating conjunction or with a semicolon.
Complex Sentences with "le"
A complex sentence with "le"contains at least one independent clause and at least one dependent clause. Dependent clauses can refer to the subject (who, which) the sequence/time (since, while), or the causal elements (because, if) of the independent clause.
Compound-Complex Sentences with "le"
Sentence types can also be combined. Acompound-complex sentence with "le"contains at least two independent clauses and at least one dependent clause.
Le and les are pronouns: they replace a noun (person, animal or thing) used as the indirect object in the sentence (object introduced by the preposition a). Have a look at these examples: ¿Ella envía un regalo a Miguel? Sí, ella le envía un regalo.Is she sending a present to Miguel?How do you use Lo and Le in Spanish? ›
So lo is a pronoun that says, “Hey! The person or thing I'm referring to is a direct object in this sentence! It's the thing that's [verb]-ed in the situation.” And le is a pronoun that stands in for the indirect object and announces, “Are you looking for the noun impacted by the situation in an indirect way?What is the difference between Lo and Le? ›
Quick answer – 'Le' is an indirect object pronoun, we use it to show who benefits from an action or to whom it is directed. 'Lo' and 'la' are direct object pronouns. Direct object pronouns are used to replace nouns in sentences and thus avoid repetition.Why is it le gusta and not el gusta? ›
Indirect object pronouns
So, 'I like' translates to 'me gusta' and 'he / she likes' to 'le gusta'. What is this? REMEMBER: with verbs like 'gustar', we NEVER use subject pronouns ('yo', 'tú', 'él', 'ella', etc., etc.), we ALWAYS use indirect object pronouns instead!
Definite articles are le (masculine), la (feminine) and les which is the plural for both masculine and feminine and for simplicity, are translated as “the.”What pronoun is Le? ›
Non-binary articles and pronouns
While "le" and "les" are already used as indirect object pronouns, in these cases they cover all genders. The use of "le" as a direct object pronoun or "ele" as a pronoun match the -e ending. "Ele" could turn into "elles" just as "él" becomes "ellos" and "ella" becomes "ellas".
Le and Les can be used for both masculine and feminine nouns.How do you use Le Mandarin? ›
- Indicates that an action is complete.
- Does not mark tense: used in past, present and future.
- Also called verb 了as it appears with the verb.
You can use lo/la/los/las if there's only an infinitive, but use le/les if there is a direct object too. 5- For emergencies: If you're in doubt and there's one person or object (just one), go for direct. If you have both, think the object is the thing and the person the indirect.
“Le” is used for indirect objects and “lo” for direct objects. However, “le” is also accepted for direct objects if said direct object is a male person or pet. An example with both direct and indirect objects and their combinations: Da el libro a Pedro.What does lo la mean? ›
Meaning: Lola means “sorrow,” “precious and seductive,” “wealth,” and “beautifully feminine.” Gender: The name is commonly given to baby girls. Origin: The name is a diminutive of “Delores,” and comes as a reference to the Virgin Mary, mother of Jesus. Pronunciation: “LOW-luh.” Popularity: The name Lola is popular.How do you use Le Gusta in a sentence? ›
Le gusta la pizza. She likes pizza. (Pizza is pleasing to her.)What does me te le gusta mean? ›
pronouns (me, te, le, nos, les) in front of the conjugated verb form. - Me gusta- I like. - Te gusta- You like (informal) - Le gusta- He, she, you like(s) (formal) - Nos gusta- We like.What does Le Me Gusta mean? ›
I like - me gusta.Is Le formal or informal? ›
Le and les are used for the formal indirect objects.What is Le Gusta? ›
le gusta=he/she likes it (or something singular) le gustan=he/she likes them (or something plural)