Oraciones con la palabra "dit"

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  1. Enfin, tout est dit.
  2. I confess I still had hopes, but now tout est dit.
  3. You have never said anything more just, c'était bête, mais que faire? Tout est dit.
  4. BENIGNI There is a very swedish atmosphere in The Monster, with the melancholy and the joie, l'allegria, comment on dit ? What is the name of your program ?
  5. Léo Taxil nous a dit que qui l'avait mise dans cette fichue position c'était le sacre pigeon, ventre de Dieu! Entweder transubstantiality ODER consubstantiality but in no case subsubstantiality.

  6. But I tell you what, it's strange," he laughed suddenly ; " I shall certainly interest you directly with an extraordinary piece of news ; if your prince did make his offer yesterday to Anna Andreyevna (and, susj)ecting about Liza, I should have done my utmost to oppose his suit, entre nous soil dit), Anna Andreyevna would in any case have refused him.
  1. Ditching class got me a date with the janitor.
  2. Ditching his pistol, he moved past the rope and struck out.
  3. Next up, he continued, We’re ditching all life support.
  4. If this gets out, guys’ll be ditching their cells by the hundreds.
  5. It’s important to say that we are not ditching cap spreads totally.
  6. The very first thing they’ll do after ditching him is call the cops.
  7. They discussed ditching near Howland, but that raised the issue of sharks.
  8. It was drained by ditching and the re-routing of creeks in a previous century.
  9. You want me to have all my future lovers hand over test results prior to ditching the condoms.
  10. Most of the time, stricken Pacific bombers came down on water, either by ditching or by crashing.
  11. Ditching the spear to draw his sword as he passed, the rider aimed a desperate cross-body cut at Rob.
  12. Crewmen who crashed were very unlikely to survive, but ditching offered better odds, depending on the bomber.
  13. Police said he drowned behind the wheel of his rock truck, after seemingly ditching it purposefully in the river.
  14. I don’t want her to suddenly decide she’s not happy with us riding her and ditching us through the clouds.
  15. Tatiana, who was just coming out of the food line, saw him and followed, ditching her food into the same recycler.
  16. Sims could tell her how far the red helicopter could have flown and whether ditching near a vessel was survivable.
  17. Their sturdy bomb bay doors sat flush to the fuselage and tended to hold in a ditching, enabling the plane to float.
  18. Well, I can tell you that ditching your daughters for two scumbags is definitely not how to handle it, Kendall says.
  19. You will need to prepare for ditching within the next hour; hopefully, we will see the US1 by then or a ship to ditch near.
  20. By the time his headlights cut through the blinding whiteout in front of her, ditching the car was all she had a chance to do.
  21. The excessive fatigues to which the troops were subjected in clearing, ditching, and draining the ground on which they were encamped.
  22. The military was dedicated to finding crash and ditching survivors, but in the sprawling Pacific theater, the odds of rescue were extremely daunting.
  23. They are off on their own or with a new, younger model ditching the old one and all the baggage that comes with an unhappy life without giving anyone a forwarding address.
  24. Talise and Shea were mad at me for ditching them for you guys and they said the only way for me to show them that I was still their friend, was for me to go out with Cam and they wanted a picture for proof.
  25. Life rafts were deployed manually: from inside the plane, crewmen could pull a release handle just before ditching or crashing; from outside a floating plane, they could climb on the wings and turn raft-release levers.
  26. Was it true? Would Cousin Harry marry Rhea knowing she was pregnant with Hassan"s child? True or false, was Hassan as low as all that? To ruin the reputation of his former girlfriend in such a public fashion however hurt he might have been by her ditching him? And the final intriguing question, did Rhea have sexual relations with Harry as early as three or four months before her marriage while she was still reputedly fooling around with Hassan? A few years later, certainly with many details of the pre-marital romance missing, it was clear to me that the boy was Harry"s son.
  1. He said he had ditched his ID.
  2. You shouldn't have ditched us.
  3. Max ditched the white Mercedes in town.
  4. The bloody CTS ditched by a fire hydrant.
  5. He ditched her though and married money.
  6. He ditched the travel bag on the ground.
  7. After the General ditched her mud boots and.
  8. She ditched him and kept Colorado, she liked.
  9. He couldn't believe she had ditched him like that.
  10. Thank goodness I ditched them, but at a heavy price.
  11. Carla ditched the 4x4 and climbed aboard the lorry.
  12. They could care less about a ditched Cadillac or a.
  13. She ditched the wine and drank water with her dinner.
  14. I wouldn’t want to be ditched in the middle of.
  15. One of my best friends, Emma, has ditched Amanda and I.
  16. I felt like I did as a kid when the cool kids ditched me.
  17. Is it any wonder? My mother, whoever she was, ditched me.
  18. The plane ditched into the sea but the fuselage gave way.
  19. When I got to the beach, I ditched my shoes on the landing.
  20. Tony ditched his first escape plan, and bolted out the rear.
  21. Allen quickly ditched his towel and began to play with a toy.
  22. He’d ditched the smoke-smelling coveralls in a trashcan outside.
  23. Most of the juniors and seniors ditched that day to go to the lake.
  24. Confession time: I ditched Grover as soon as we got to the bus terminal.
  25. They have ditched the plane out to sea, in deep water, explained Max.
  26. This truck will have to be ditched and you two are better prepared to run.
  27. He had probably wiped and ditched the gun there, but that was a supposition.
  28. I ditched my gun, phone, jacket, and shoes—just dropped all of it on a chair.
  29. She put the tooth back in place, ditched the backpack, and sailed through the air.
  30. Reluctantly, Millie ditched her pilot's overalls and started putting the dress on.
  31. The bit that I don’t understand is why Reave ditched Groat’s wife, said Marna.
  32. He then caught a taxi and drove close to the warehouse and ditched the taxi to go home.
  33. The cars he had ditched there were typically stolen before anyone thought of towing them.
  34. He loosened the lacings of his axehead cover with his teeth and ditched it with a wrist flip.
  35. The pilot had ditched the plane, and it had floated long enough for the men to get into rafts.
  36. Julia was on the floor, listening to the TV, the auburn wig ditched after her assignment last night.
  37. After waiting for a couple of hours for Cristian to return, Billy replied, I think he ditched us.
  38. And when I could able to rescue myself then I was already ditched into the world of dirt and darkness.
  39. Kind of funny that the Grim Reaper had ditched his scythe and snuck up behind him with a tobacco leaf.
  40. I ditched the rum ration in order to survive and found shelter from the whizzing bullets in a shell hole.
  41. The first ditched B-29 not only survived, it floated onto an Indian beach, completely intact, the following day.
  42. Seconds later, Glenn ditched his glider in the ocean, just outside the surf break and right in front of Ken’s crash.
  43. Star approached Dan Sims and asked if he thought the girl in the red helicopter would survive if she had ditched at sea.
  44. I’d ditched my dromedary bag back in Kennedy Meadows, since most sections of the trail north of there had adequate water.
  45. In 1943, navy lieutenant Art Reading, Louie’s USC track teammate, was knocked unconscious as he ditched his two-man plane.
  46. I would have to explain to Simon later why I ditched him, but he wouldn’t want to be seen with me in the lunch room anyway.
  47. He's ditched his suit coat and tie, and the way his broad shoulders fill out the white dress shirt makes me drool, just a little.
  48. Me and Bert followed them and I saw a few more survivors leap up and run forward too and I could see that they had ditched their packs as well.
  49. At the next turn in the trail, as fate would have it, just after I’d ditched the gun, he suddenly appeared from behind a cedar and jumped me.
  50. God my head is killing me! she said, spotting the Tylenol bottle that Mike left out from when he ditched the pills that he stole from work.
  51. Less than a quarter of ditched B-17s broke up, but a survey of B-24 ditchings found that nearly two-thirds broke up and a quarter of the crewmen died.
  52. At the first micro town, filled with whitewashed trailers and an enormous school in the middle of nowhere, I ditched the electric car and stole another one.
  53. Most of the kids I hang out with usually take the best offer at any given moment, and they’ve ditched me at the last minute more times than I can remember.
  54. Today Jessie’s best friend ditched her for no reason at all, and when she came home, she had to hear about my bad day before she could tell them about hers.
  55. For them it was now game- over as they ditched their old identities in the wake of a fait accompli with no need to return to New Zealand unless any of them chose.
  56. She’d ditched the spiral perm, but still wore her hair in loose dark waves, still wore thick black eyeliner that made her eyes look Easter-blue, like pieces of candy.
  57. Let's face it, you need friends since your old ones ditched you like last season's Prada and we need everyone in the freshman class to like us, and they obviously like you.
  58. The adult who had fucked her and ditched her got to return to the world twenty stories above street level, while she, the seventeen-year-old, got left out in the cold alone.
  59. I’d ditched most such bags and containers back in Kennedy Meadows, unwilling to carry the extra weight, but this bag I’d held on to, believing the stove needed its protection.
  60. Without sealed fuselages, Liberators sank instantly; one airman recalled watching his ditched B-24 sink so quickly that he could still see its lights when it was far below the surface.
  61. The rouge wrote that she wants a lover to satiate her lust, the wherewithal of whom she had ditched could be heard from the horse’s mouth, besides a husband to cater to her monetary greed.
  62. My brother didn’t find out about his catcher’s mitt and the statue for two weeks, and when he did he ditched me when we hiked out in farm country and left me lost because I was such a sap.
  63. I actually wanted to tell you that Fergus and I spoke to your mother late last night, and we told her that we had happened upon a white van that had been ditched by the side of the road, and had rescued your sister.
  64. Shorty ditched his sawed-off, and bolted through the door,.
  1. We have to ditch it.
  2. The Cat sat in the ditch.
  3. We have to ditch this car.
  4. It was a last ditch effort.
  5. They threw him in the ditch.
  6. And that is to ditch your TV.
  7. That drives it into the ditch.
  8. His sister gazes into the ditch.
  9. Ace, ditch the stuff, man!.
  10. And that is your dirt in my ditch.
  11. They walked to the end of the ditch.
  12. Z3 out of the ditch but it was no use.
  13. So I unfortunately had to ditch the.
  14. Caramarin threw himself into the ditch.
  15. Into a dry ditch, that drowned them all.
  16. Caramarin hurled himself into the ditch.
  17. When papa came to the ditch it was full.
  18. Well, let’s go out and dig some ditch.
  19. I slip and slide back into the ditch again.
  20. I later had to fish the head out of a ditch.
  21. That would be a bloody last ditch effort.
  22. Smitty led them here in order to ditch them.
  23. He should ditch the loser and take her home.
  24. Oh, she probably just got stuck in a ditch.
  25. Can't dig a ditch or even clean out a pig-pen.
  26. Lie easy in the ditch, as the hog farmers say.
  27. He pointed down into the ditch without saying.
  28. This was a last ditch effort to survive and eat.
  29. She tried to get me to ditch you and join them.
  30. Guy can’t see out, this buggy’s in the ditch.
  31. I was later found in a ditch by some stray dogs.
  32. He pushed up his cap and stepped into the ditch.
  33. If they couldn‘t ditch their cargo here, then.
  34. He ripped mine open and tossed it into the ditch.
  35. As I led him to the ditch bank, I marveled at a.
  36. Is fallen into the ditch (ghath) Psalm 7:15.
  37. While I struggled to come up with any last ditch.
  38. Is fal en into the ditch (ghath) Psalm 7:15.
  39. She flew over the ditch as though not noticing it.
  40. Tyre will take you there, while I ditch the truck.
  41. He stood on the far edge of a wide and deep ditch.
  42. Alice ran to the side of the ditch to look for him.
  43. He crossed the shallow ditch, crawling in low gear.
  44. If the blind lead the blind, both fall in the ditch.
  45. It was lying in the ditch, the pole still standing.
  46. Is fallen into the DITCH (ghath) Psalms 7:15.
  47. He had been searching near a drainage ditch on the.
  48. He pitched forward into the ditch he was working in.
  49. Than she wallowed and sank and was lost in the ditch.
  50. And you wanted to ditch them for a tumble in bed.
  51. The ditch was deep, uneven and composed of soft loam.
  52. We found his mutilated body a week later, in a ditch.
  53. And then he crawled slowly over the edge of the ditch.
  54. Amy knows me well enough to know I’d ditch Gilpin.
  55. Tom climbed back into the ditch and Wilkie stood aside.
  56. Now! He urged me, we must move quickly along the ditch.
  57. And, even ditch diggers should be treated with respect.
  58. In a last ditch effort to hurt me, the VCO haphazardly.
  59. A gang of men was digging a ditch to expose the conduit.
  60. It tumbled, and descended, and came down into the ditch.
  61. We lie down on the side of a ditch and enjoy the breeze.
  62. This little ditch is the place where Gum Disease begins.
  63. He lay face down in the ditch, with the shotgun under him.
  64. The car swerved off the road and flipped over in a ditch.
  65. He went on without knowing where the ditch would lead him.
  66. He wisely took cover in a ditch while calling the sheriff.
  67. I say: ditch the Walkers and bring back the Mainwarings!.
  68. Of the badly injured Roadrunner he left in the muddy ditch.
  69. I finally manage to crawl out of the ditch towards the road.
  70. A water logged ditch ran along the field side of the hedge.
  71. The best Phil could do was to try to level it out to ditch.
  72. And he came back to the ditch camp with his memory crowded.
  73. The cars crawled across the ditch and lined up in the road.
  74. Her car slides into a shallow ditch on the side of the road.
  75. Two lunch wagons sit in the ditch by the once scenic outpost.
  76. Court climbed out, stepped across the ditch, and moved closer.
  77. I checked the ditch on my way back, just in case, no kitties.
  78. El-ahrairah dragged the bag into the ditch and they buried it.
  79. He pointed to a stone-lined ditch that ended in an iron grill.
  80. They must have been from an old bus I saw tumbled in the ditch.
  81. Ditch all of those 'business opportunities' which come your way.
  82. I was now safe, for I could swim along the ditch without being.
  83. Hazel into the ditch, Fiver looked to see how badly he was hurt.
  84. He would just ditch the truck somewhere and run back to the car.
  85. As they sat near a roadside ditch they ate scraps and leftovers.
  86. Your first plan should be to ditch that flashy car, said One.
  87. Get your dirt out of my ditch!! Dick was having a very bad day.
  88. Or his plane was in a ditch beside the O’Hare runway, in flames.
  89. The ditch had been formed when excavating soil to create the road.
  90. Tom stepped clear of the ditch and wiped the sweat out of his eyes.
  91. The two college students came down and helped me out of the ditch.
  92. Khaled Hosseini The Kite Runner I imagined Sohrab lying in a ditch.
  93. Gomes smiled to himself under the cover of the trees and the ditch.
  94. Then they wonder why they wind up in the ditch or off the highway.
  95. I didn't stop till they were all lying dead in the drainage ditch.
  96. A soldier to the left of Garock fell into a ditch and landed on a.
  97. The tunnel opened into a drainage ditch that led down to the river.
  98. Maybe even ditch the truck right where it was and tour the city of.
  99. He carefully walked into the ditch, trying not to get his cane stuck.
  100. He looked up and saw a long pole coming down at the end of the ditch.
  1. I'll clean the bloody ditches out.
  2. With blessings on the ditches and.
  3. They grow in ditches and along the rivers.
  4. Fish underwater ledges, ditches or troughs.
  5. The irrigation ditches were stained with blood.
  6. That’s why she ditches them after a few weeks.
  7. It also goes over all ditches and bumps smoothly.
  8. The drainage ditches were also deathtraps for tanks.
  9. Delaney had to dig out these ditches that usually went.
  10. They rustle in the ditches, they tug and hang on the hedge.
  11. That's why the ditches were broken and the plain untouched.
  12. I’ve seen plenty of cars pushed out of ditches in Minnesota by.
  13. Princes are not made for sleeping in ditches and eating hard salt beef.
  14. Mike had driven Will’s old ‘86 Honda hatchback into ditches numerous times.
  15. After the rains there is plenty of water in the ditches, but it is not wholesome.
  16. Along the highway he saw the dancing beams of the flashlights, searching the ditches.
  17. The fields goaded him, and the company ditches with good water flowing were a goad to him.
  18. He busied himself in straightening the boundaries of his fields and ditches along the high-.
  19. Mostly they are dry ditches with torrential waters flowing through them only during flooding.
  20. Then he was gone and I turned back to the enemy as they started reaching our forward ditches.
  21. They prevent anyone dropping hraka except in special places in the ditches, where it's buried.
  22. He crawled through ditches and across fields until he picked up a freight train heading north.
  23. The water had long since subsided in the Terek and rapidly vanished and dried up in the ditches.
  24. Her nose told her their drains still didn’t have traps, but they weren’t open ditches either.
  25. Ditches are overgrown with grass, and swamps are invisible until you actually find yourself in them.
  26. Valeria saw the ancient irrigation ditches he indicated, half filled in places, and overgrown with cactus.
  27. Then they could make straight for the Ferry over country that was open, except for a few ditches and fences.
  28. Freddie filled him in on the days events then told him about the ditches and the pipes and then about Olivia.
  29. He cut more hay, dug more ditches, dynamited more stumps, and spread more hot, black asphalt on Highway 101.
  30. What he hadn’t expected to find was her swimming naked in the lake that fed into the irrigation ditches around the town.
  31. Today, Willets Point is a zone of razor-wire and dog bark and wastewater in open ditches backed up against the IRT trainyards.
  32. I sang for those left to rot in ditches, landfills, and junkyards, like fodder for a Bolaño story he had already considered.
  33. Along the margin came those who were on foot threatened by the wheels, stumbling in the ditches, blundering into one another.
  34. The ditches and ramparts also had to be cleared and the post-holes were to be marked and dug for the hall’s upright supports.
  35. It appeared to be a collection of back lanes, ditches, and little gardens, and to present the aspect of a rather dull retirement.
  36. She used to chase her off the deck and run her nearly all the way off the property, into the nearby ditches that surrounded the house.
  37. Even with NVGs, even with our heightened awareness of anomalies on the ground, there are ditches and shadows where the enemy can hide.
  38. The gang started and spread out as it stepped on to the muddy high road with ditches on each side, which passed through a dense forest.
  39. They had me digging ditches for the electricians and I would go over and read the blue prints, and dig a ditch where it was supposed to go.
  40. From ring ditches, wooden and brick walls to automatic defensive robots, the entire history and their strengths and weaknesses is portrayed.
  41. Cars careened off roads and into ditches, where their occupants clutched cloths to their faces, struggled to breathe, gagged, and coughed up dirt.
  42. The soldiers, blinded by the whirl of drifting snow, could not even distinguish the road, and often fell into ditches which became their graves.
  43. When they worked at the river bank, the prisoners used to cut willow branches and other foliage, and gather flowers in the ditches to ornament Vaska.
  44. There were natural deep-sided ditches, shallow caves and rocky mounds, and plenty of camouflage for a dugout they could hole-up in if they wanted to.
  45. Seconds later, apparently, the mercy of the Lord heard my request and the guard walked away a stretch beyond and there, ditches!, released the thread.
  46. The wind freshened, and soon myriads of dry beech leaves were filling the ditches and hollows and blowing in gusts across the dark miles of open grass.
  47. The gigantic Atlantic Wall composed of blockhouses, minefields, and many kilometers of barbed wire, flame throwers, machine guns, and anti-tank ditches.
  48. It isn’t easy to travel down these roads in a rich mobster rubber, so Drago ditches his fancy car for a standard Dorris, a flivver that was made in St.
  49. Landowners in the vicinity of Aronka, Schmedleyville, and along County Road 17 are being asked to check woodlots, ditches and secluded areas of their land.
  50. We hardly ever stopped, and only to relieve ourselves (me in ditches and behind bushes), and though I thought myself tough as cat gut, the pace was grueling.
  51. Godwyn remembered being impressed by the neatness of the fields, the trimmed hedges, the cleared ditches and the apple trees in straight lines in the orchard.
  52. It was hard moving along some of them as they were little more than wet ditches that you stumbled along with irregular floors and right angle turns every so far.
  53. I glanced to the side at Zora, who was smiling as she watched the butterflies flitting around the weed flowers growing along the roadside ditches to either side of us.
  54. At night he used to sleep in ditches or barns or anywhere he could hide; and he lived on the berries he picked from the hedges and the cob-nuts that grew in the copses.
  55. At first she felt stunned; she saw the trees, the paths, the ditches, Rodolphe, and she again felt the pressure of his arm, while the leaves rustled and the reeds whistled.
  56. Its ramparts and ditches would be impenetrable to any invading force; its height gave perfect views in every direction to the very horizon of the lands and marshes around it.
  57. Fernanda feared that he was as crazy as his twin brother when she saw him taking the measurements, and even more when he told the digging crew to make the ditches three feet deeper.
  58. He ditches those which are too moist for grain; he ploughs and fences them, and raises from seventy to one hundred bushels of maize or Indian corn to the acre, without ever hoeing it.
  59. The carriage rolled off; rows of apple-trees followed one upon another, and the road between its two long ditches, full of yellow water, rose, constantly narrowing towards the horizon.
  60. In his youth he was a soldier, was taken prisoner by the Crusaders and forced to work in the ditches of Tripoli, whence he was ransomed by a merchant whose daughter he subsequently married.
  61. The shadowy recesses of the strange burrow seemed full of whispering, malignant ghosts and he recognized the forgotten voices of rabbits done to death months since in the ditches of Efrafa.
  62. The old prince used to approve of them for their endurance at work when they came to Bald Hills to help with the harvest or to dig ponds, and ditches, but he disliked them for their boorishness.
  63. The winding road up to the south-western gate was protected by battlements and gate-towers, a solid gate, all of it surrounded by massive ramparts and ditches and high solid stone and timber walls.
  64. There was a look of order and neatness about everything: the hedges trimmed, the ditches straight, the trees planted at measured intervals in the orchard, the fields of ripening grain free of weeds.
  65. The footpath wound over the hill, past humid green ditches, fields rented out for usufruct now that Hercule was gone and the dream of self-subsistence Pop had brought back from his own war had collapsed.
  66. The onrushing soldiers, following close behind the ill fated cavalry charge, attempted to climb across the ditches, trampling on the fallen and wounded bodies of their own fellow soldiers and their mounts.
  67. Fastening their boat to a willow, the friends landed in this silent, silver kingdom, and patiently explored the hedges, the hollow trees, the runnels and their little culverts, the ditches and dry water-ways.
  68. Such divisions as could still be made to perform any evolutions, after wandering about over snow-blocked roads, would end the day by retiring without their artillery and baggage, which had been abandoned in the ditches.
  69. The ripe corn on our left looked a deeper gold against the dull sky; the ditches were like streaks of light, they were so crammed with yellow flowers; the air grew fragrant with wetness; and, best of all, the dust left off.
  70. She did not follow the open road, but cut straight through fields and over slopes, avoiding fences and leaping irrigation ditches as surely as if it were broad daylight, and as easily as if she were a trained masculine runner.
  71. Job candidates should study what employers are looking for, rehearse interview skills, and maintain high grade point averages to play the system before the system plays them and they end up digging ditches for minimum wage or.
  72. The nights had without doubt been the worst; people would fall into ditches twisting ankles or worse the periodic volleys of silent arrows that put the fear of god into them would fall from the blackness to claim further lives.
  73. There is yarn, she knows, that connects it, that has not been chewed by kittens or puppies or any of the magical things in the world, and it is this yarn that has not been touched by the witches—by the evil kids and all their ditches.
  74. Several days’ labour preparing the defences were evident, with several ditches dug into the frozen ground at the track’s entrance to slow a charge up and lines of sharpened stakes had been driven into the ground to stop any cavalry.
  75. The Taliban assault columns were now well on their way along the ditches, their tail already ten meters away from the house, while the RPGs and light machinegun group had taken position behind a low earthen wall maybe five meters from the house.
  76. Ere entering upon the subject of Fossil Whales, I present my credentials as a geologist, by stating that in my miscellaneous time I have been a stone-mason, and also a great digger of ditches, canals and wells, wine-vaults, cellars, and cisterns of all sorts.
  77. With bullets being fired haphazardly in their direction by the trapped Taliban fighters, Nancy used again her rifle to reply, using her holographic sight and concentrating on any extremist that tried to flee by leaving the ditches and running across the field.
  78. Were we now on our own or on the enemy’s side of the battle lines? I could not tell, but when we entered a stretch of highway we found ourselves in the middle of about ten burned-out vehicles, some still smouldering, others driven into ditches, crashed or overturned.
  79. In the course of centuries, the Egyptians learnt how to control and distribute the flow of water by dams and irrigation ditches and it was the need of having the machinery to control the yearly flood of the river under one central authority, which brought about this unity.
  80. Just after he had crossed the square and turned the corner coming out into Mihailovsky Street, which is divided by a small ditch from the High Street (our whole town is intersected by ditches), he saw a group of schoolboys between the ages of nine and twelve, at the bridge.
  81. Farmers’ gates were unhinged and left in ditches, peoples’ horses were moved to different fields, and children would knock on neighbors’ doors for food and treats in a way that we still find today, in a watered-down way, in the custom of trick-or-treating on Hallowe’en.
  82. It gave the water rights in a different area of the reservation over to the townspeople that lined the outskirts, using central irrigation ditches for crops with the promise of enough water to serve the entire population, and those who would settle in the valley anytime in the foreseeable future.
  83. Again the gray lines were summoned swiftly from their red ditches to defend the railroad, and, weary for sleep, exhausted from marching and fighting, and the little town of Calhoun, six miles below Resaca, ahead of the Yankees, entrenched hungry, always hungry, they made another rapid march down the valley.
  84. Had Thenardier, spurred on by that thirst for liberty which changes precipices into ditches, iron bars into wattles of osier, a legless man into an athlete, a gouty man into a bird, stupidity into instinct, instinct into intelligence, and intelligence into genius, had Thenardier invented a third mode? No one has ever found out.
  85. Grandma and Grandpa, both individually and as a tag-team, have argued tirelessly that they will not let me come over to help them plant trees, clean out the gutters, put sealer on the driveway, climb ladders, clean their chimney, dig ditches, split firewood, or do any other type of labor for them, if I do not accept their money.
  86. As the surviving Chinese and Soviet soldiers were either running for their lives or crouched down in ditches or trenches, the Marine A-3Ns came back for their second pass, this time firing five-inch rockets from their retractable launchers and targeting a series of lines of parked medium tanks and assault guns, plus a huge artillery ammunition dump.
  87. There were many turning zones here and there; deep ravines and ditches; somewhere high hills and high waterfalls; the road was surrounded with rain forests, once these forests were dense and thick ; a dwelling place of thousands of wild life, full of flora and fauna, but now these were in devastating condition due to deforestations, poaching and human habitations.
  88. It was heavy, this vapour, heavier than the densest smoke, so that, after the first tumultuous uprush and outflow of its impact, it sank down through the air and poured over the ground in a manner rather liquid than gaseous, abandoning the hills, and streaming into the valleys and ditches and watercourses even as I have heard the carbonic-acid gas that pours from volcanic clefts is wont to do.
  89. Okay so maybe when we had looked at the architecture with mild interest on our way in, this hadn’t actually translated into observation of any particular features as we soon realised that one colonnade and another looked distressingly similar, two cupolas were indistinguishable and iron work bridges over drainage ditches had clearly been breeding like the Welsh since we had walked this way.
  90. I would begin in April with the king-cups, and leave off in September with the blackberries, and I would keep one eye on the geese, and one on the volume of Wordsworth I should have with me, and I would be present in this way at the procession of the months, the first three all white and yellow, and the last three gorgeous with the lupin fields and the blues and purples and crimsons that clothe the hedges and ditches in a wonderful variety of shades, and dye the grass near the water in great patches.
  91. On this course nine obstacles had been arranged: the stream, a big and solid barrier five feet high, just before the pavilion, a dry ditch, a ditch full of water, a precipitous slope, an Irish barricade (one of the most difficult obstacles, consisting of a mound fenced with brushwood, beyond which was a ditch out of sight for the horses, so that the horse had to clear both obstacles or might be killed); then two more ditches filled with water, and one dry one; and the end of the race was just facing the pavilion.
  92. She hears Americans scurry across farm fields, directing their huge cannons at the smoke of Saint-Malo; she hears families sniffling around hurricane lamps in cellars, crows hopping from pile to pile, flies landing on corpses in ditches; she hears the tamarinds shiver and the jays shriek and the dune grass burn; she feels the great granite fist, sunk deep into the earth’s crust, on which Saint-Malo sits, and the ocean teething at it from all four sides, and the outer islands holding steady against the swirling tides; she hears cows drink from stone troughs and dolphins rise through the green water of the Channel; she hears the bones of dead whales stir five leagues below, their marrow offering a century of food for cities of creatures who will live their whole lives and never once see a photon sent from the sun.
  93. I must clean the keys of the piano with milk whatll I wear shall I wear a white rose or those fairy cakes in Liptons I love the smell of a rich big shop at 7 1/2d a lb or the other ones with the cherries in them and the pinky sugar I Id a couple of lbs of those a nice plant for the middle of the table Id get that cheaper in wait wheres this I saw them not long ago I love flowers Id love to have the whole place swimming in roses God of heaven theres nothing like nature the wild mountains then the sea and the waves rushing then the beautiful country with the fields of oats and wheat and all kinds of things and all the fine cattle going about that would do your heart good to see rivers and lakes and flowers all sorts of shapes and smells and colours springing up even out of the ditches primroses and violets nature it is as for them saying theres no God I wouldnt give a snap of my two fingers for all their learning why dont they go and create something I often asked him atheists or whatever they call themselves go and wash the cobbles off themselves first then they go howling for the priest and they dying and why why because theyre afraid of hell on account of their bad conscience ah yes I know them well who was the first person in the universe before there was anybody that made it all who ah that they dont know neither do I so there you are they might as well try to stop the sun from rising tomorrow the sun shines for you he said the day we were lying among the rhododendrons on Howth head in the grey tweed suit and his straw hat the day I got him to propose to me yes first I gave him the bit of seedcake out of my mouth and it was leapyear like now yes 16 years ago my God after that long kiss I near lost my breath yes he said I was a flower of the mountain yes so we are flowers all a womans body yes that was one true thing he said in his life and the sun shines for you today yes that was why I liked him because I saw he understood or felt what a woman is and I knew I could always get round him and I gave him all the pleasure I could leading him on till he asked me to say yes and I wouldnt answer first only looked out over the sea and the sky I was thinking of so many things he didnt know of Mulvey and Mr Stanhope and Hester and father and old captain Groves and the sailors playing all birds fly and I say stoop and washing up dishes they called it on the pier and the sentry in front of the governors house with the thing round his white helmet poor devil half roasted and the Spanish girls laughing in their shawls and their tall combs and the auctions in the morning the Greeks and the jews and the Arabs and the devil knows who else from all the ends of Europe and Duke street and the fowl market all clucking outside Larby Sharons and the poor donkeys slipping half asleep and the vague fellows in the cloaks asleep in the shade on the steps and the big wheels of the carts of the bulls and the old castle thousands of years old yes and those handsome Moors all in white and turbans like kings asking you to sit down in their little bit of a shop and Ronda with the old windows of the posadas 2 glancing eyes a lattice hid for her lover to kiss the iron and the wineshops half open at night and the castanets and the night we missed the boat at Algeciras the watchman going about serene with his lamp and O that awful deepdown torrent O and the sea the sea crimson sometimes like fire and the glorious sunsets and the figtrees in the Alameda gardens yes and all the queer little streets and the pink and blue and yellow houses and the rosegardens and the jessamine and geraniums and cactuses and Gibraltar as a girl where I was a Flower of the mountain yes when I put the rose in my hair like the Andalusian girls used or shall I wear a red.
  94. Behind the curtain wall and bastions lay a series of ditches,.

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