Oraciones con la palabra "appropriate"

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Appropriate en una oración (en ingles)

1. That is his appropriate sun.
2. It seemed an appropriate yell.
3. It would be appropriate later.
4. It would seem to be appropriate.
5. That is the appropriate word.
6. It would have been appropriate.
7. I thought it only appropriate.

8. That would have been appropriate.
9. That would be so appropriate now.
10. I just want to dress appropriate.
11. Lewinsky that was not appropriate.
12. Jewel, Emma thought, so appropriate.
13. You put on appropriate old clothes.
14. I think that it is appropriate to.
15. It was appropriate to the situation.
16. That would not be… appropriate.
17. The imagery here is quite appropriate.
18. She deserved an appropriate burial.
19. The words are most appropriate, but.
20. Miniature mansion is more appropriate.
21. Different actions are appropriate at.
22. The assumption of appropriate capital.
23. No one else would be more appropriate.
24. This is the only appropriate response.
25. It didn’t seem appropriate, somehow.
26. The word campaign is an appropriate one.
27. Make notes or underline if appropriate.
28. I don't think that would be appropriate.
29. It’s appropriate in hot, dry climates.
30. It is taking risks that are appropriate.
31. It is also not appropriate to offer an.
32. And find the appropriate definition for.
33. Lean towards the coachee (as appropriate).
34. I had no need to appropriate kit anymore.
35. Naive! I do not think it is appropriate.
36. It seemed an appropriate phrase for today.
37. Ensure objects are stable and appropriate.
38. Appropriate to the disciples of this world.
39. And so he’d taken the appropriate steps.
40. In the end do what you think is appropriate.
41. He flipped to the appropriate passage and.
42. It was an appropriate and accepted way to.
43. At both levels it's not appropriate at all.
44. Maybe spin-offs is a more appropriate word.
45. That would not be at all appropriate, Mr.
46. He pressed the appropriate button and the.
47. He gives Adam a body that was appropriate.
48. A prince of the Daityas, how appropriate.
49. My other covers were much more appropriate.
50. April Fools’ Day, which feels appropriate.
51. A silent interlude seemed most appropriate.
52. Yes, but they think it's rather appropriate.
53. A stern warning would have been appropriate.
54. Just choose the appropriate item to edit it.
55. We’ll need the appropriate contracts and.
56. Father in whatever ways he deems appropriate.
57. Appropriate, if they’re back of the raids.
58. He could have picked a more appropriate time.
59. From an appropriate distance that would not.
60. The trick here is appropriate time management.
61. He thought of saying an appropriate word at.
62. That sounds appropriate, joined in Josh.
63. We will come to that at the appropriate time.
64. A more appropriate term for this killing is.
65. I always found his metaphor very appropriate.
66. Be in accord with time in an appropriate way.
67. A little spiritual insight here is appropriate.
68. They appropriate everything they can from you.
69. And so the search for appropriate financiers.
70. He has made everything appropriate in its time.
71. Fill in the blanks with appropriate verb forms.
72. He gives Adam a body that was appropriate for.
73. Keywords should always be used when appropriate.
74. Wouldn’t the following be more appropriate?
75. Roy said „was a most appropriate last supper'.
76. This will get them quickly to the appropriate.
77. It will deliver justice when it is appropriate.
78. It seems appropriate that you should have them.
79. Animal shelters are not the sole, appropriate.
80. Arroz con pollo may have been more appropriate.
81. Bev stopped the playback at an appropriate point.
82. Company logo or the appropriate insignia of rank.
83. To do this, you must have the appropriate tools.
84. A word on liquidation seems appropriate, however.
85. With the appropriate shipping numbers given of.
86. After waiting the appropriate amount of time it.
87. There was no appropriate answer to that question.
88. Think about the most appropriate sites your ad.
89. But somehow it didn't seem appropriate to speak.
90. This, in my view, is not an appropriate analogy.
91. The client understands the value of appropriate.
92. I thought it appropriate under the circumstances.
93. Would it really be appropriate to combine them?
94. If appropriate, have toys, books, and puzzles in.
95. We paid appropriate homage to the precious thing.
96. Without appropriate guarding, you can be a one-.
97. Tap the Ends time and select the appropriate time.
98. Teachers provide appropriate support for learning.
99. I will see to it he receives the appropriate care.
100. They wil be released at the appropriate time and.
1. If one keeps appropriating.
2. Appropriating Patel’s legacy suited Modi.
3. Latreille in appropriating the name thus rejected to var.
4. Appropriating the reality of the organisation will empower.
5. House of Representatives, a bill was taken up appropriating.
6. Instead they eschewed any responsibility, advocating anarchy, and appropriating material possessions by illegal means.
7. They’d actually found the imagery of him quietly appropriating the revolver from the weapons captured aboard HMS Dreadnought.
8. He also had a habit of appropriating other people’s property, when the opportunity offered of his doing so without being seen.
9. Lewis was appropriating the style of Clarence Darrow, a Chicago labor lawyer renowned all over the nation as the lawyer’s lawyer.
10. Williams spoke against the propriety of appropriating money, without estimate, for an object not wanted until we went about building seventy-fours.
11. The most important is to show that the whole matter lies in appropriating to oneself possibilities of the greatest enjoyment without thinking of consequences.
12. But the girl persevered in appropriating his favors, which obtained more for her insistence and determination that for the predisposition of the magician towards her.
13. As he could not vote for appropriating $480,000 for the repair of the vessels of war unfit for service, it would perhaps be the most proper time to submit his opinions.
14. She said little, assented only here and there, and betrayed no inclination either of appropriating any part of the compliment to herself, or of strengthening his views in favour of Northamptonshire.
15. For all that, however, he determined to take him, intending to furnish him with a more honourable mount when a chance of it presented itself, by appropriating the horse of the first discourteous knight he encountered.
16. In a more forceful attempt of appropriating me of the foreign words, I extracted half a body in the window, what made me slide imprudently and boisterously and some little stones went to smash noisily against the floor.
17. That, I can tell you, took some appropriating, for the Army had discarded their R1 (SLR) rifles and bayonets five years previously for what they called the R4, and what the rest of the world calls the Galil Assault Rifle.
18. The statesman, to compensate for the undoubted and obvious evil which he does to man by freeing himself from the struggle with nature and by appropriating the labour of others, does men another obvious and undoubted harm by countenancing all sorts of violence.
19. You ask in what does the creative power of thought consist? It consists in creating ideas, and these in turn objectify themselves by appropriating, inventing, observing, discerning, discovering, analyzing, ruling, governing, combining, and applying matter and force.
20. When Teri had joined the faculty a year ago, David had wasted no time in appropriating the responsibility of showing her how things were done at WSC, things like how to enlist the secretaries’ help when they were busy in the office and how to work the front office bureaucracy to her advantage.
21. In this habit of Jesus' going off so frequently by himself to commune with the Father in heaven is to be found the technique, not only of gathering strength and wisdom for the ordinary conflicts of living, but also of appropriating the energy for the solution of the higher problems of a moral and spiritual nature.
22. Sir, a few days ago a bill was before this House for appropriating a small sum of $20,000 to prevent the most precious archives not only that this country but that any other country possesses, the evidence of the titles of our political independence, the title-deeds of the great American family, the great charters of our liberty, from destruction.
23. In one of the estates of a wealthy landowner the peasants had raised a forest on a pasture which they owned in common with the proprietor (had raised, that is, had watched it during its growth), and had always made use of it, and so regarded this forest as their own, at least as a common possession; but the proprietor, appropriating to himself this forest, began to cut it down.
24. The doctrine of Jesus with regard to labor and the fruits of labor is expressed in the story of the loaves and fishes, wherein it was shown that man enjoys the greatest sum of the benefits accessible to humanity, not by appropriating all that he can possibly grasp and using what he has for his personal pleasure, but by administering to the needs of others, as Jesus did by the borders of Galilee.
25. Go back still further and see the architect and engineers who planned the vessel; let the thought carry you back still further in order to determine why they planned the vessel; you will see that you are now so far back that the vessel is something intangible, it no longer exists, it is now only a thought existing in the brain of the architect; but from where did the order come to plan the vessel? Probably from the Secretary of War; but probably this vessel was planned long before the war was thought of, and that Congress had to pass a bill appropriating the money; possibly there was opposition, and speeches for or against the bill.
26. And ask him whether it is laudable and worthy of a man, and proper for a Christian, to busy himself, again for money, with catching unfortunate, erring, frequently ignorant, drunken men for appropriating to themselves other people's possessions in much smaller quantities than we appropriate things to ourselves, and for killing men differently from what we are accustomed to kill men, and for this to put them in prisons, and torment, and kill them, and whether it is laudable and worthy of a man and a Christian, again for money, to preach to the masses, instead of Christianity, what is well known to be insipid and harmful superstitions; and whether it is laudable and worthy of a man to take from his neighbour, for the sake of his own lust, what his neighbour needs for the gratification of his prime necessities, as is done by the large landowners; or to compel him to perform labour above his strength, which ruins his life, in order to increase his own wealth, as is done by manufacturers, by owners of factories; or to exploit men's want for the purpose of increasing his wealth, as is done by merchants.
1. It is why they have not appropriated.
2. Oops!!! Appropriated, if you are a Communist.
3. Congress appropriated a 13% increase over its $ 5.
4. And so they have appropriated the name of "Atoms".
5. Did you see how he relaxed after you appropriated it?
6. No, especially since I have now appropriated self-control.
7. Credits to the account are first appropriated to discharge the.
8. Its two slopes have been appropriated for the monumental hillock.
9. Polls were taken and Congress appropriated funds and it was decided.
10. Since 1983, over $13 million has been appropriated for such research.
11. I appropriated the basement and installed my witchcraft center there.
12. It wasn’t the only time Pastor Schubert appropriated someone else’s.
13. Thanks also to Kolata for the Roger Bannister quote, which we appropriated.
14. We also knew or suspected they would not want to be appropriated by SAP COIN.
15. Aahla quickly made her way down the corridor and appropriated a turbolift that.
16. I appropriated a couple of these strips as curios and placed them with my goods.
17. Are any of the ships we appropriated available and functioning? Garcia asked.
18. Garcia would learn later that, the two latter were appropriated from the base itself.
19. The authors appropriated to their own ends this hithertounknown attribute of the Virgin.
20. He loaded one into the chamber and secured the gun to the Voth belt he had appropriated.
21. Clara, in Carthagena, and that the sum of —— dollars be appropriated to that purpose.
22. Clara, in Carthagena, and that the sum of —— dollars be appropriated for that purpose.
23. Without Elle in the way, I could feel an attraction that was healthy and appropriated again.
24. After that, a few furs and trinkets were appropriated, a torch was lit and the ship was burned.
25. If the land was "appropriated," his father had done it, and since then more than forty years had passed.
26. He saved my life a few years ago from a werewolf who was a little angry that I had appropriated his meal.
27. When Father Syndail handed his quarters over to their passengers, he’d appropriated Ahlzhernohn’s cabin.
28. The girl was Brythunian, whom Conan had found in the slave-market of a stormed Shemite city, and appropriated.
29. It has appropriated for the Indian tribes reservations larger, in square miles, than the whole German Empire.
30. Ahlzhernohn, in turn, had appropriated Ahntwahn Kuhlhani’s, and Kuhlhani had moved in with the third lieutenant.
31. I thought I would be able to resist him now that I appropriated some self-restraint from Karl, but no, not at all.
32. They had not even had the decency to wear the life jackets he had appropriated from the Navy specifically for them.
33. They either lay their eggs in the nest thus appropriated, or oddly enough build one for themselves on the top of it.
34. I suspected his business had something to do with the rather large sum of money he’d appropriated the night before.
35. Oh, I know! you won’t kiss the husband of Bertha Mason? You consider my arms filled and my embraces appropriated?
36. So they appropriated what they needed from the Air Force and Army which had much more equipment than what was good for them.
37. If the latter be abandoned, the former ceases to exist—the soil becomes common to all, and may be appropriated to another's use.
38. Schools, bridges, infirmaries and roads could have been built with the stone and timber they had appropriated for their monastery.
39. Many of them appropriated several houses, chalked their names on them, and quarreled and even fought with other companies for them.
40. Jonathan Fast, my husband, read and encouraged every hundred pages or so and made suggestions so good I appropriated them as my own.
41. Actually, Soneji was the name Gary had appropriated when he fantasized about his crimes as a young boy locked in the cellar of his house.
42. Shaun's efforts in the workplace are reflected in the fact that he has appropriated the whole of the top floor of the house for himself.
43. One of the things they took out was this chapter, explaining how a Huldra's flair can be appropriated by other Huldras, Maureen smiles.
44. Barrington, who seldom spoke and was an ideal listener, was appropriated by several men in succession, who each told him a different yarn.
45. However, it was the forgotten part of the war and we never had the best or latest equipment unless it could be appropriated from the Army.
46. There was not a campus as such, just lots of buildings which had been appropriated by the college for its various faculties around the town.
47. One of them had already appropriated her cloak; the others were carrying off the mattresses, boxes, linen, tea sets, and all manner of things.
48. When money had been appropriated for fortifications, there had been no intimation that it would be necessary to prop them up with a naval force.
49. As Conan came down the road he wondered why the beggars, so plentiful in Zamboula, had not appropriated these empty houses for sleeping quarters.
50. At this moment two women entered, bringing salvers filled with ices and sherbet, which they placed on two small tables appropriated to that purpose.
51. Maureen took it a step further and killed every person she appropriated virtues from, thinking that by wearing their hair she will have their powers.
52. I remember Maureen saying that she had seen it in a vision also, probably because she appropriated a gift, making it possible for her to have visions.
53. Give the four hundred thousand dollars asked for, and the deficit in the appropriation will be at least ten times the amount of the sum appropriated.
54. They soon progressed to highly mechanized infantry using their excellent Casspir armoured vehicles and much other appropriated equipment from the Army.
55. Peter Labázov replied to him in two lines: 'Neither I nor my heirs have any right, nor can have any right, to the property legally appropriated by you.
56. Apparently he’d appropriated them, and then effected a sort of intellectual elephantiasis, exaggerating their features in the most profitable of ways.
57. If one were jabbed just right, he would drop to his knees in pain, and Garcia would clobber him over the back of the neck with his appropriated Painstik.
58. It also appropriated some differently interpreted Jewish rituals, some time after Mohammad and his followers had been rejected as equal partners with them.
59. This, however, was a thing which, on the face of it, appropriated a sum of money for the purpose of making experiments to ascertain the use of the invention.
60. She appropriated so many virtues from humans and from other Huldras and beings that her power continued to grow even though she was banned from the Dynasty.
61. I asked if the port had been named Paulpa, but it seemed the villagers took great umbrage at having their home appropriated and they had to be forcibly evicted.
62. Most of the stone and brick of which they’d been built had been appropriated for other uses in the meantime, turning them into little more than heaps of rubble.
63. They floated around, each one wearing a life jacket duly appropriated from the Navy making a fool of the poor man, much to our amusement, we suspecting the truth.
64. Although she's a Huldra, she has killed so many Darkálfars and appropriated their character traits that she must have gained the ability to shape-shift along the way.
65. All this may have arisen indirectly and unconsciously from the secret stings of his conscience for the money of Katerina Ivanovna that he had dishonestly appropriated.
66. The estate owned by Liventsov was an extremely large one, but there was no revenue to be got out of it, as the peasants appropriated all its wealth to their own profit.
67. Ultimately the defendants (the crew of another ship) came up with the whale, struck, killed, seized, and finally appropriated it before the very eyes of the plaintiffs.
68. Now, the trick is to find a person who has the qualities you want, but they have them in so much excess that it would be better for them if you appropriated some of it.
69. Now it seemed humans were the adolescents of the universe to be admonished, and the B’tari the young Turks who’d appropriated the role of protector of the human race.
70. My whole time, from the earliest hour in the morning till the latest at night, was appropriated to something; even if I did not go out, there was no time that I left free.
71. Everything was about weight and we suffered with our 1950s sail webbing which was very outdated and consequently we appropriated decent chest webbing from the Army afterwards.
72. They have, moreover, the extraordinary habit of pecking holes in the eggs, whether of their own species or of their foster parents, which they find in the appropriated nests.
73. The soul's spiritual capacity for receptivity determines the quantity of heavenly blessings which can be personally appropriated and consciously realized as an answer to prayer.
74. The medic appropriated the medical supplies and immediately injected a shivering Linda with a hefty dose of antibiotics as she asked, "You're not allergic to Penicillin, are you?".
75. He had appropriated a thick tapestry rope in the great hall, and now, having reached the parapet, he looped the soft strong cord about the girl's hips and lowered her to the earth.
76. Mostafa has appropriated a special book about him under the title of: (Contemplations in the Sciences of the Great Eminent Scholar Mohammad Amin Sheikho 'God has made his secret sacred').
77. Mostafa has appropriated a special book about him under the title of: Contemplations in the Sciences of the Great Eminent Scholar: Mohammad Amin Sheikho ‘God has sanctified his soul’.
78. Resolved, That $30,000, in addition to the sums heretofore appropriated, and reimbursable by the same fund, shall be appropriated for making the road leading from Cumberland to Brownsville.
79. So he had appropriated the largest house in the village and now he and his three VPs were poring over a large ordnance survey map that had been unrolled and placed on the dining room table.
80. Let us have an estimate from the Secretary of the Navy of the probable expense, or the whole sum appropriated may be lost, and the law will prove utterly disgraceful to those who passed it.
81. Macon observed, that the immediate expense of this arrangement, if agreed to, would be at least five or six millions of dollars, and but four hundred thousand were appropriated by the bill.
82. In 1933 Hecker Products (then called Gold Dust Corporation) appropriated out of surplus the sum of $2,000,000 as a reserve for the net cost of introduction and exploitation of new products.
83. The interior of the barricade, that species of tiny courtyard appropriated from the street, was bathed in shadows, and resembled, athwart the vague, twilight horror, the deck of a disabled ship.
84. From where he stood, looking across the square, the colonel could see the Church’s green and gold banner flying from the roof of the house which had been appropriated for Bishop Qwentyn’s quarters.
85. Lyon said he would not vote for recommitment, not that he had not rather that ten thousand dollars were appropriated than five thousand; but the House had the Senate's opinion on that point before them.
86. Could not believe it was that simple and being deeply disappointed in their long haired liberal tendencies for breaking a 20 year old appropriation tradition I told everyone I appropriated it from them.
87. Lord Ravenshaw and the duke had appropriated the only two characters worth playing before I reached Ecclesford; and though Lord Ravenshaw offered to resign his to me, it was impossible to take it, you know.
88. Indeed, the so-called Islamic achievements were owing to the contributions of those nations with advanced cultures such as Mesopotamia, Persia and Egypt that Islam had appropriated for itself with brute force.
89. In 1803 the President was authorized to buy or build four vessels, to carry not exceeding sixteen guns each, for the protection of our commerce in the Mediterranean, and towards this object $96,000 were appropriated.
90. He looked at her, saw clearly what was in her mind (he's admitted here before you that he understood it all), appropriated that three thousand unconditionally, and squandered it in two days with the new object of his affections.
91. The poor wretches soon appropriated everything, but unfortunately they applied this permission universally, and on subsequent marches, when the men laid their packs by the roadside to collect later, they frequently found them rifled.
92. An adversarial race, equal in technological terms to their own future selves, had appropriated an already prosperous (albeit troubled) planet to suit an ideological goal: a kind of utopia; the foundation for, perhaps, a colonisation.
93. Look here! You’ve eaten and spoiled my first dinner, stuffed my second, swilled my beer, taken two drinks for one of the whisky, appropriated my bed, broken two phonograph records, and I saw you put my fountain pen in your pocket.
94. After that, Prince Chernýshev, with his good-natured and merry carelessness, entirely acquiesced, the more so since he knew full well that he had not "appropriated" any land of the peasants, as was said in the petition of the peasants.
95. A few years back, cars were able to pass through but now wooden hand carts with diverse merchandise appropriated street and pavement and together with the dense humanity and strewn rubbish obstructed even the circulation of pedestrians.
96. We draw our kit on the first day which consisted of camouflaged overalls, old fashioned sail webbing (suitably appropriated from the Army just after the Korean War), a sleeping bag and an R1 (SLR) rifle without a strap and two magazines.
97. By its aid he was enabled to enter the haven of his hopes, which was merely another apartment of the cavern, that had been solely appropriated to the safekeeping of so important a prisoner as a daughter of the commandant of William Henry.
98. But assuming that even no more than half of the rifles the Army of Shiloh had lost had been captured intact and appropriated for the Siddarmarkian Army’s use, they would suffice to arm another fourteen infantry regiments for Greyghor Stohnar.
99. Rostov remembered Sventsyani, because on the first day of their arrival at that small town he changed his sergeant major and was unable to manage all the drunken men of his squadron who, unknown to him, had appropriated five barrels of old beer.
100. Rostóv remembered Sventsyáni, because on the first day of their arrival at that small town he changed his sergeant major and was unable to manage all the drunken men of his squadron who, unknown to him, had appropriated five barrels of old beer.
1. It annexes the territory in question to the Orleans Territory; it creates a Governor; it enacts laws, and appropriates money.
2. Karl said in his Manifesto; the development of Modern Industry, therefore, cuts from under its feet the very foundation on which the bourgeoisie produces and appropriates products.
3. Congress is failing in its oversight functions, not only in enforcing the Civil Rights Act’s prohibition against quotas, but also in making certain that the money it appropriates is used for authorized purposes.
4. Why it was that upon this beautiful feminine tissue, sensitive as gossamer, and practically blank as snow as yet, there should have been traced such a coarse pattern as it was doomed to receive; why so often the coarse appropriates the finer thus, the wrong man the woman, the wrong woman the man, many thousand years of analytical philosophy have failed to explain to our sense of order.

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