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    2. I explained that I wore “that cap” to cover an operation scar and the loss of hair from radiotherapy – this seemed to satisfy

    3. The day was fine and warm but I was wearing a wool hat to cover my scars – rather odd in the circumstances so I was

    4. Tempus Fugit [as featured on the cover of this section] works as a metaphor in that the mol usc - not known for its speed - has fossilised with the inexorable passage of time

    5. Raw Sex Object is on the cover of Best Scandal Ever

    6. Cover up the entrance and pat down the soil

    7. Throw the cotton balls back into the tunnels and cover the entrance with a large rock

    8. Hermann tried to cover his ears with his pillow, but then he was bothered by the sound of the whistling from his own nose

    9. In this chapter, I will cover some basic methods of making your own organic fertilizers while showing you how we can help the earth (soil) reestablish the balance and restore the natural process by harness-

    10. In such a scenario, there's a definite need to cover for unforeseen medical expenses during the individual's working years

    11. In case of hospitalisation, the expenses that are incurred will be taken care of by this policy subject to the limit of the cover

    12. The cover will be to the extent of the sum assured of the policy

    13. This cover will also take care of pre as well as post-hospitalisation expenses like money spent on buying medicines and conducting medical tests

    14. This is unlike the CI rider where the entire amount of CI cover is paid to the individual

    15. The latrine boy had run for cover, if there was such a thing anymore

    16. Ava couldn't tell if she was just being chatty to cover her tracks

    17. · The retirement planning need to cover not only you and your spouse but also your children and parents

    18. You see, the humans only used fishing as a cover

    19. On top of this place either a pretty rock or a nice clay pot to cover it, or simply mulch over, remembering where it is

    20. After this the plastic cover is not needed

    21. Cover the pile with clear plastic

    22. He shows John the inside of the watch’s back cover

    23. I grew up in an era when you would cover them up so people wouldn't think you had been in jail

    24. There was a little bit of water in an excavated pool, enough to grow enough vine to cover the lodge and fill the kegs within

    25. He shall cover you with His feathers, And under His wings you shall

    26. He will cover me with His feathers, and under His wings i

    27. His insurance should cover the damage I should think …’

    28. home under His cover and blocked the way of the destroying angel

    29. What can you do? Cross over into the cover of the mighty

    30. " She pushed the double-starred Jammer's cover over Melinda's helmet and pushed her back to the jammer line, 30 feet behind the already formed line of blockers

    31. The girl with the stain in her crotch from the locker room was wearing the pivot helmet cover

    32. Those under the iron cover of shields survive

    33. The same was true of much of the ground cover in the area

    34. I realized also that the insurance policy I had wouldn't cover this

    35. Those extroverts who tried it never lasted long and Rosy was left to cover the holes in the schedule, rehire and retrain the next warm body for the job

    36. My heart thumped against the thin, pale skin that barely seemed to cover my ribs

    37. above all things, have fervent charity among yourselves: for charity shall cover the

    38. I awoke to the sound of the door being unlocked and, although it was agony to move now that my limbs had stiffened after the beating, I managed to kneel and cover my nakedness with the bottom of my blood-spattered tee-shirt

    39. He wondered how Diam was arranging to cover other sensors, because too-late Bahkmar realized that they had to encapsulate all the ships instrumentation to keep the crew from noticing the effects of their intervention

    40. They all grazed on ribbonleaves, the ground cover in areas of intermediate rainfall

    41. With Byram Hermosa from the shop, he cruised down the narrow canal between the thick roots of towering apartment trees and into the open lake, bound for the Yakhan, determined to cover the fifteen hundred miles in a native week

    42. A kranjan fears absolutely nothing and makes no effort to cover it's tracks

    43. ‘I’ve been careful, saved sensibly so I can retire when I want to … and Joris left me … some …’ The phrase stuck in her throat; concentrating her attention on the plate in front of her, she hauled herself back together again under cover of sharing condiments

    44. Although this book doesn’t cover all the ins and outs of

    45. Kara reckoned it was a walk of two miles, three at most, from the side street where the Association was sited to the railway station and she had a good two hours in which to cover the distance

    46. to cover a world and lay a carpet from here to the moon

    47. It had a nostril ahead of each leg, far enough apart that a human didn't cover them, with a flap around each that looked like a short horse's ear

    48. There was nothing running for cover, everything was quiet, and the house looked just like any other ordinary estate home on a hill

    49. We have to hurry and cover as much distance as possible

    50. to cover the cold, deep puddles

    1. I barely remember Earth and when I try to picture it in my mind today I notice the fields covered with ribbonleaves and archwoods shading the houses

    2. Isa: 6:2: Above it stood the seraphims: each one had six wings; with twain he covered his face, and with twain he

    3. covered his feet, and with twain he did fly

    4. In case of medical insurance, the individual is covered only to the extent of the actual expenses incurred on medicine/hospitalisation (up to a maximum limit of the sum assured)

    5. The walls were also covered with writing, both on and off the multiple whiteboards around the room

    6. Without the help of insects, we would be covered with our own waste

    7. The waters covered the house and the man was forced to sit on his chimney as the rain poured down and a helicopter came by and another man urged him to get in or he'll drown

    8. The insects bled Haques, little by little, until the great hunter died, shriveled and covered in his own blood and the bodies of those he had killed

    9. It was at least an hour, but they might have covered a sixth of the distance back to habitation when her mount went down

    10. A counter divides the room into an office for the secretary and a small waiting area with a few chairs and a coffee table covered with magazines

    11. It was something that could be maneuvered into place around something and used to jack it up because the backbone was covered in tackle hooks

    12. That subject is covered in the chapter on Pest controls

    13. covered hands in his, and to her he whispered that simple phrase that brings life to the

    14. Again all is covered in dust, but on the kitchen table are two plates, two cups, forks, spoons, a couple used paper napkins,

    15. king-size bed is unmade and covered in dust

    16. she couldn’t find a space anywhere near the covered walk way, and that meant the

    17. By the time she reached the covered area by the main doors she was

    18. Tables are covered with books, used paper cups and plates, half-eaten chunks of food covered with slowly crawling, lazy flies

    19. I’d heard him coming but it was obvious that Liz hadn’t and she was shaken rigid … I saw his face when he spotted her though he covered it immediately … yes, it was the right thing to do, going and getting Liz

    20. seemed to suggest that it was covered in Russian vine and honeysuckle and, here and

    21. that rather than end up covered in scratches and have his Harris Tweed ripped and

    22. By the time I hear Stephen’s car on the gravel outside the house, I have covered the whole of the carpet and heaped up the bits of furniture in a pile in one corner

    23. his body was reduced to a heap of bones covered with skin with a huge

    24. The ranks part for the MAIN GUARD, a muscular swarthy man with a bandanna on his head, dressed in military fatigues and covered in tattoos

    25. He's covered in the real thing and he knows his tats inside out

    26. Bolt pushes along the fence row, snapping pictures as he walks of rocks, an acacia tree covered with windblown plastic bags, his shoe, a pile of garbage rotting in the sun, a dead sheep rotting in the sun

    27. Bolt, covered in dust and fresh goat gore, sits on his ass in the mine field

    28. Semi-detailed tattoos covered most of his face, neck and head

    29. Finally he leaned forward a little, bringing his large beaked nose and inked skin into the light and revealing the swirl of art that covered his face and neck

    30. Just one second later, with another impossible distance of road covered, he saw an

    31. His face is covered in Ta Moko

    32. "The way you're dressed for one thing, I think you are the only other women in this room with her breasts covered

    33. designed for hot, sultry Greek nights, and barely covered her modesty

    34. graffiti covered passageway between the streets of her new place of abode

    35. the rough shape of torso, limbs and head, all of them covered in what seemed to be a

    36. The blood of the sacrifices only covered over the sins in the

    37. His arm was covered in tattoos which showed up as dark shadows under the black light, but one mark fluoresced more brightly than the others

    38. every inch covered her senses reeled with ever deeper revelation

    39. shining as if someone covered her with sparkling mica

    40. ‘I’ll see your workload is covered

    41. His skin looked like tree bark it was so covered in lines, webs and spirals

    42. MacKenzie covered his eyes

    43. He had blood on the inside of his visor and when he did finally lift his head from the console and look up, his face was half covered in it

    44. My ever-present tears had dried on my cheeks by the time that I woke fully from my reverie, leaving my face covered with brittle tracks of tight skin

    45. I felt rough fibres catching at the corners of my mouth as though I were being force fed a winding sheet, and then, as stars started to explode across my eyelids, I realised with a flood of relief that my head and shoulders were still covered by the sacking

    46. Something flared up too bright and too close and between the gaps in his helmet visor not covered with the boneless alien appendages, he saw Wambach wielding a plasma cutter, swinging the clumsy, fat, meter-long cylinder like the hilt of a ridiculously out of proportion sword

    47. I imagined him blowing smoke into my covered face

    48. The structure of the conduits for the new control system that would interface with Chief Horcheese had been color-coded and now covered the ghostly, holographic ship like nerves coming together in a nexus at the center of the breaching ship’s bridge

    49. covered with snow, or greet the visitors as they visit our assemblies

    50. The bundles of control conduits feeding into Horcheese blocked the projection in a few places, but the bridge’s tactical display covered half the bridge

    1. She had a light knit-wrap with her, but she hung that on the rail, leaving only her thin jersey covering her long and elegant body

    2. ” He snorted, covering his mouth

    3. He placed the box over the alarm keypad, completely covering it, and then started entering random number combinations on his own keypad

    4. A quick look outside told her that there was no one covering that side of the house, at least she hoped there wasn’t

    5. John lies on his back resting with his eyes open, the sheets covering his body up to his waist

    6. with our physical eyes His covering hand which separates, protects and

    7. ’ I said, covering the moment

    8. I think he is covering another identity

    9. This advanced technology had allowed it to make the fastest crossing ever to Satan's Star, covering the eleven light years in under fifty years

    10. Ridges of crumbling stone and cement bit into the thin skin covering my knees and I waited, letting the reality of this simple and basic reaction to the physical world wash through me

    11. The light dimmed and before I could react again I felt Smiler’s breath against the rough cloth covering my face

    12. In all my fifty years of being active in the church, a book covering this material has never crossed my desk and only one tract have I read

    13. A respectable woman would never appear in public without her head covering

    14. Countless machines hovering above them, covering the sky

    15. "Those who listen are very interested in covering their tracks

    16. What took more time was covering tracks

    17. I fumbled with the edges of the black sack covering my head

    18. An eerie haze was gradually covering everything, as the mystic light was fading away

    19. Closing her eyes, fighting against the sharp disinfectant smell of the hospital, she forced herself to picture the interior of the bus … nauseating diesel fumes … a dingy, well used fabric covering the seats, chipped and faded paint on the accoutrements of metal … or was it plastic? She found it hard to tell sometimes … she heard again the chatter and laughter of the young people as they swayed along the aisle towards the door as the vehicle approached the bus stop

    20. every precious stone was thy covering,

    21. She got up from him and made sure she didn't drip on the tarp covering the cargo

    22. stone covering an opening in the wall

    23. He was quite relieved to see that the falling snow was covering the

    24. The landscape was becoming more built up as is drew nearer to the City … more farmsteads along the river, many with wharves selling produce, more large barn-like constructions doubtless used for craft activities, and, as they drew nearer to the city, glass houses covering vast areas of land, growing produce to be shipped to markets of London

    25. covering their chests and legs and arms

    26. It's eyes were not on stalks, they were two big saucers right below it's jaws with blinking scales covering them

    27. of days when covering the cracks

    28. The argument ceased abruptly when the adults saw the mess covering every inch of the kitchen and every last hair on their children’s' heads

    29. The shop was in a yard overlooking the bay and covering its low walls hung every type of linen designed for every household need

    30. And as I moved through the deepening shadows, delicate frescos emerged depicting the life of Christ and covering every centimetre of ceiling and walls

    31. And so they began, Alessandra, Alexis and Nikos, taking their time covering every detail and full of suggestions on how to overcome the looming threat from Kaliantikos

    32. Naria stepped forward and took the box from Duncan, covering his hands with her own as she did so

    33. tinfoil as a floor covering

    34. Her hand was covering her mouth and she looked either

    35. She leaned over the balcony and looked over the parapet onto the plain below; as far as the eye could see there was white covering the ground

    36. “So you are telling me that Heymon has been covering up Thom’s discoveries?” Kelvin asked Ava

    37. “He doesn’t think of it as covering up

    38. A massive boulder on the inside was then rolled back across the entrance; one man climbed above it and pulled on a rope and a large black tarp unrolled, covering the entrance

    39. argument ceased abruptly when the adults saw the mess covering

    40. find a way to remove what is covering it such as making it want to be seen

    41. ‘I’m Sarah … I’m covering for Dilly

    42. He has a king size bed with a very tasteful throw covering it which matches the curtains

    43. The back garden is a mess of churned lawn, clearly the fallout of the builders who built the single storey extension on the back of the house covering what used to be a patio

    44. He turns to the pages covering North Devon and scans the map, familiarising himself with place names and road numbers

    45. Horrified, Chrissie watched, one hand covering her mouth, as Chas hauled himself out of Ozzie’s grasp, launching himself at Mickey yet again

    46. ’ she said as he lifted the bowl and checked the grid covering the plughole

    47. covering from the crystal and placed her hands on

    48. covering of the trees

    49. ’ He said, frowning at the floor covering

    50. She watches as he loosens the fixing round the edge of the floor covering and helps roll it up

    1. This sticky substance covers the leaves and provides nutrients for the mold to grow

    2. The third stage covers the actual process of counseling

    3. The covers are in disarray

    4. Ivy covers part of the front wall of the house, giving it a solid, friendly feel

    5. He was bathed in sweat, and the covers were

    6. straining under the covers

    7. them, He is with us today and He covers us with His clothes, makes the

    8. He comes back to the bed, draws back the covers and helps me to my feet

    9. Cloud that hovers and covers

    10. Between the two of them, they manoeuvred her between the covers, Angie fussing over straightening the sheet and patting the pillows

    11. He raised the covers, and was surprised that his clothes had been removed

    12. Why can’t I sleep? I am so very tired … raising one hand from under the covers, I wearily wipe it over my eyes

    13. I tuck it back under the covers and lie, staring at the ceiling … my mind freewheeling as the stars whirl through my head … a soft sound brings me back to reality …

    14. She watches as I snuggle down under the covers

    15. When Gilla comes back, she insists that I snuggle under the covers and get some rest

    16. ’ Gilla said, straightening the covers and tidying the bed generally

    17. and a sodium glare that covers the mad twinkling

    18. neither covers nor names

    19. as I turn down bed covers

    20. with boxes and loose dust covers,

    21. My eyelids heavy, I hand it to her and snuggle down under the covers, bidding her a sleepy goodnight as she quietly leaves the room

    22. "But I'm not your mother!" Desa yelled, "and I shouldn't have to change your diapers! Now get your sorry little slut ass up and stand your shift like the adult you pretend you are!" Desa yanked the covers off her

    23. He covers it with his own, returning the gesture

    24. Hand-embroidered bed covers, chair covers, head covers, shirts and blouses of the national costume all decorated the yard, set off by a backdrop of rolling sea on one side and rolling hills on the other

    25. ’ I said, arranging the blanket the woman has left for me so that it covers me decently and praying that it will stay put

    26. He climbed into bed and threw back the covers

    27. 'What? Put seat covers all day

    28. 'It covers every topic,' I said and measured the thickness with the fingers of my

    29. Before I can actually read the words, Jim covers the sheet, ‘No need to read it, Jo

    30. Then he pulled her under the covers with him, and was aroused even more when she began to giggle

    31. I debated whether to place my hand on Govind's hand lying pale on the covers

    32. He turned and lifted the covers and admired Rayne’s form as she slept beside him

    33. It doesn’t help that the blasted thing is bigger than I am … so I’m on a loser for starters! It would seem that the world is divided into those people who can put on duvet covers without any trouble and those who cannot

    34. Grabbing a handful of covers he wrenched them back

    35. As I go into the bedroom, my bed beckons welcomingly … relaxed and sleepy, I undress and snuggle down under the covers

    36. ‘Hmm … well, that covers a fair amount

    37. ‘And that covers all the expenses?’

    38. the covers, cleaned his head wound and used butterfly Band-Aids on the open tear

    39. pictures on the covers

    40. ’ I went on, watching as an astonished expression covers his face

    41. The companions clambered under the canvas covers and into the

    42. Then I got close enough to read the tabloid covers and there was the woman on the front cover of a daytime drama tabloid

    43. 13He that covers his sins shall not prosper: but whoso confesses and forsakes them shall

    44. back into bed, slipping under the covers and appearing to fall asleep

    45. Vastly relieved, she quickly and quietly slipped into the room, put her damp towel to hang over the back of a chair and turned out the light before sliding under the covers careful not to disturb him

    46. She sighs contentedly and snuggles under the covers, revelling in the luxury of the lie in

    47. Never again will any man trespass on that territory, not if she has anything to do with it! The thought makes her smile; again she wriggles her limbs under the covers, enjoying the utter magnificence of the freedom

    48. He sheathes the needles in their plastic covers

    49. Wooden joints complain and the carpet slips where the runners are broken, but the sound of canned laughter covers his footfalls

    50. The slow arousal of his waking breaks like a cobra strike, and his hand shoots up and covers Helen's mouth

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    Sinónimos para "cover"

    cover covering fire covering masking screening back binding book binding blanket cover song cover version concealment covert screen top natural covering cover charge wrap up brood hatch incubate insure underwrite report address deal handle plow treat spread over overlay breed enshroud hide shroud cross cut across cut through get across get over pass over track traverse cover up comprehend embrace encompass compensate overcompensate continue extend harbour asylum pretence defence guard ceiling case umbrella roofing attic integument copse bower growth shrubbery thicket underbrush disguise curtain cloak camouflage spread mask wrapper sheath capsule pod casing wrapping jacket clothes bonnet cowl cap mantle muffler cosy rug carpet runner canopy clothe face wrap overwhelm envelop overspread shade defend house shelter shield