Oraciones con la palabra "eff"

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  1. He paused for eff ect.
  2. Th e eff ect of these.
  3. He paused again for eff ect.
  4. It looked cool as EFF though.
  5. Th e eff ect of this medita-.

  6. Stillbut for the direct eff ect.
  7. But yeah, he was that type rich eff.
  8. Padraic’s eff orts had borne fruit.
  9. Such eff ects can be observed in many.
  10. Such eff ect can be of twofold charac-.
  11. Upon analysis of this eff ect on the instance.
  12. In his mind they were less eff ective due to their.
  13. It was a woman’s weapon but eff ective at close range.
  14. For instance, in compliance with eff ective legislation.
  15. Dunradin was now eff ectively cut off from the rest of the.

  16. Tyburn woke up and attempted to shake off the eff ects of his.
  17. Today this eff ect is widely used in political technologies to.
  18. Nevertheless the methodology formulated by Jung may be eff ective.
  19. Pranayamas are special breathing exercises that eff ect upon both.
  20. Here we should make a note that in terms of rituals’ eff ect upon.
  21. Tamlyn’s teeth chattered, and his legs shook in an eff ort to fend.
  22. Th ere is an eff ect of commitment assign that is revealed in trans-.
  23. Go into your fear — the eff ect of meditation is similar to that.
  24. Many eff ective techniques that are focused on crystal ization of one’s.
  25. I suggest we redouble our eff orts in the matter of fortifi cations!.

  26. Mirror gazing — an eff ective meditation that facilitates actualiza-.
  27. So, in eff ect, I lived on an island where I could, at any time, plunge into the ravine and have adventures.
  28. Sup Sexy, are you putting the moves on me or what? I said while trying to sound smooth, but really I was nervous as EFF.
  29. Blazin' came running up to me, Sappenin’ Swift my man? Suppp??? Blazin' said in his usual pumped as all eff sort of way.
  30. I couldn’t tell if he was still, warming up his hands? or whatever in the eff he was doing? But when I saw that weirdo freak show again I nudged Mojo and Slim Jim and said, That strange cat over there is either warming up his hands or warming up his nuts.
  31. I am told that silver mixed with lead shot will be eff ective,.
  1. He sat, as the men always did in Morel's kitchen, effacing himself rather.
  2. He now felt ashamed of his speech with its constitutional tendency and sought an opportunity of effacing it.
  3. He had confined himself to gradually estranging Jean Valjean from his house and to effacing him, as much as possible, from Cosette's mind.
  4. She was seeing effacing but steel-spined women on whom the South had builded its house in war and to whose proud and loving arms it had returned in defeat.
  5. The Capataz, remembering that he was totally unarmed, stepped aside, and, effacing himself upright in a dark corner, waited with his eyes fixed on the door.
  6. I think she was herself the cause of this neglect, for she had a special faculty for effacing herself and holding herself aloof from people in spite of her obsequiousness and her ingratiating smiles.
  7. In this way it came about, that though he knew no French, Father Hucheloup understood Latin, that he had evoked philosophy from his kitchen, and that, desirous simply of effacing Lent, he had equalled Horace.
  8. At this fervid height, where reason melts like wax, both symbol and apparition, one effacing the other, merge into mystic bewilderment, the entire poem, infernal or divine, being a dream which begins with horrors and ends in ravishment.
  9. All Lucy's loveliness had come back to her in death, and the hours that had passed, instead of leaving traces of 'decay's effacing fingers', had but restored the beauty of life, till positively I could not believe my eyes that I was looking at a.
  10. Jean Valjean did violence to his habits, and took Cosette to see these rejoicings, for the purpose of diverting her from the memory of the day before, and of effacing, beneath the smiling tumult of all Paris, the abominable thing which had passed before her.
  11. I saw Prince Sergay look at Stebelkov with an agonized and hopeless expression ; but Stebelkov encountered his eyes as though nothing whatever were the matter, and without the faintest idea of effacing himself, sat down on the sofa with a free-and-easy air and began passing his hand through his hair, probably to display his independence.
  12. Bound to him as I was by friendship, I strove by the best arguments and the most forcible examples I could think of to restrain and dissuade him from such a course; but perceiving I produced no effect I resolved to make the Duke Ricardo, his father, acquainted with the matter; but Don Fernando, being sharp-witted and shrewd, foresaw and apprehended this, perceiving that by my duty as a good servant I was bound not to keep concealed a thing so much opposed to the honour of my lord the duke; and so, to mislead and deceive me, he told me he could find no better way of effacing from his mind the beauty that so enslaved him than by absenting himself for some months, and that he wished the absence to be effected by our going, both of us, to my father's house under the pretence, which he would make to the duke, of going to see and buy some fine horses that there were in my city, which produces the best in the world.
  1. Of woe: effaced the pathway now:.
  2. Mr Bloom effaced the letters with his slow boot.
  3. Its entire land, air and naval forces were effaced from the earth.
  4. This encounter occupied his mind for three days and then was effaced.
  5. I knew it so well and yet it had been totally effaced from my memory.
  6. There was a hint of winter, though the springtime was not wholly effaced.
  7. She looked out at the rain until the melancholy of the wet street effaced.
  8. The market-gardens, the timber-yards, and the old buildings have been effaced.
  9. The other monument has also a Chinese inscription on one side, but greatly effaced.
  10. The circling dances of the 8th of July effaced the enthusiasms of the 20th of March.
  11. Nor even down to so late a time as Cuvier's, were these or almost similar impressions effaced.
  12. Many evenings, indeed, Ellen effaced herself almost totally, sitting back in the corner with St.
  13. Three years of separation, three years of the broken marriage had effaced nothing from his heart.
  14. He could only think of her as triumphant, successful in her menace of a wholly useless remorse never to be effaced.
  15. The heads of both figures are considerably damaged, and the lower part of the right leg of the pirate is quite effaced.
  16. Almost every night they were brought out; almost every night some pencil marks were effaced, and others were substituted.
  17. Apart from anj-thing else, I was convinced that by taking this tone I had effaced all that was ridiculous in my position.
  18. Following Kuwait, his tracks were sort of effaced in a mist of mystery because he was unwilling to talk about his activities.
  19. The traces of consumption may become fainter, or be wholly effaced: the inherent tendency to vice or crime may be eradicated.
  20. With it was effaced the last trace of the preceding night; and then supper, Sinbad, hashish, statues,—all became a dream for Franz.
  21. Karamazov, who had been frantically jealous of every one, collapsed, so to speak, and effaced himself at once before this first lover.
  22. Most of this little scientifically knowledge has been effaced by committing sins, therefore, when he reads in the Qur'an, he doubts, or he may even denies.
  23. It was the smile that led you astray because it was merry and unconstrained and constantly effaced the underlying hint of an experienced and passionate nature.
  24. He revived the sacred prophetic Sunna after the books of the ancient had effaced it, when he drove away the incurable diseases by animating the Sunna of cupping.
  25. They were almost abreast before she saw Blanche Remi, and then it was with a start, a stare of keen surprise, of interrogation, that effaced the first expression.
  26. He revived the sacred prophetic Sunnah after the books of the ancient had effaced it, when he drove away the incurable diseases by animating the Sunnah of cupping.
  27. He revived the sacred Prophetic Sun’na after the books of the ancients had effaced it, when he drove away incurable diseases by animating the Sun’na of cupping.
  28. It was forty-eight hours since he had seen Cosette; he was about to behold her once more; every other thought was effaced, and he felt only a profound and unheard-of joy.
  29. A thrill of pleasure passed over her as she opened the drawer of an old oak cabinet, a fine specimen of the period called the Renaissance, on which could still be seen, partly effaced, the famous royal salamander.
  30. The strife had fairly begun, and the recollection of what they had seen half an hour before was gradually effaced from the young men's minds, so much were they occupied by the gay and glittering procession they now beheld.
  31. It was effaced as easily as it had been evoked by an allocution from Mr Candidate Mulligan in that vein of pleasantry which none better than he knew how to affect, postulating as the supremest object of desire a nice clean old man.
  32. Then, from looking at this image and recalling the memory of its original, Emma's features little by little grew confused in his remembrance, as if the living and the painted face, rubbing one against the other, had effaced each other.
  33. These recollections clashed with her present views of life, and for that reason were entirely effaced from her memory, or, rather, were preserved somewhere in her memory, but were covered up, as it were, with a thick plastering, to prevent any access to them.
  34. Before the Pharaoh had been properly entombed it would seem that his enemies broke into his last resting-place, destroyed his sarcophagus, tore the wrappings of his mummy to shreds, and effaced the name and image of his god wherever it was engraved upon the wall.
  35. During the talk with Bolter Doc Burton had effaced himself, had been so quiet that he seemed to have disappeared, but when the group went out, leaving only Jim and Lisa sitting on the mattress, he came out of his corner and sat down on the edge of the mattress beside them.
  36. Besides all the other phenomena which the exterior of the Sperm Whale presents, he not seldom displays the back, and more especially his flanks, effaced in great part of the regular linear appearance, by reason of numerous rude scratches, altogether of an irregular, random aspect.
  37. The humiliation of having, in some slight degree, lost the scent, and of having indulged, for a few moments, in an error with regard to Champmathieu, was effaced by pride at having so well and accurately divined in the first place, and of having for so long cherished a just instinct.
  38. The figures of this group, which were in tolerable preservation at the time when Lord Elgin's cast was made, have since been nearly effaced, particularly the face, legs and torch of the satyr, and the face and legs of the pirate, also the rocks upon which he is seated, and the serpent.
  39. The whole barricade fired, the report was terrible; an avalanche of smoke covered and effaced both cannon and men; after a few seconds, the cloud dispersed, and the cannon and men re-appeared; the gun-crew had just finished rolling it slowly, correctly, without haste, into position facing the barricade.
  40. The cry of terror which ran through the lower deck; the grating of the keel as she was forced in; the violence of the shocks which convulsed the frame of the vessel; the hurrying up of the ship's company without their clothes; and then the enormous waves which again bore her up and carried her clean over the reef, will never be effaced from my memory.
  41. And shall republicans become the instruments of him who had effaced the title of Attila to the "Scourge of God!" Yet even Attila, in the falling fortunes of civilization, had, no doubt, his advocates, his tools, his minions, his parasites in the very countries that he overran—sons of that soil whereon his horse had trod; where grass could never after grow.
  42. Where, how, and when had this young countess, educated by an emigree French governess, imbibed from the Russian air she breathed that spirit and obtained that manner which the pas de chale* would, one would have supposed, long ago have effaced? But the spirit and the movements were those inimitable and unteachable Russian ones that ‘Uncle’ had expected of her.
  43. A dozen families might be saved from hunger, want, ruin, crime, and misery, and all with her money! Kill her, I say, take it from her, and dedicate it to the service of humanity and the general good! What is your opinion? Shall not one little crime be effaced and atoned for by a thousand good deeds? For one useless life a thousand lives saved from decay and death.
  44. Where, how, and when had this young countess, educated by an émigrée French governess, imbibed from the Russian air she breathed that spirit and obtained that manner which the pas de châle * would, one would have supposed, long ago have effaced? But the spirit and the movements were those inimitable and unteachable Russian ones that Uncle had expected of her.
  45. Twenty years ago, there was still to be seen in the southwest corner of the Place de la Bastille, near the basin of the canal, excavated in the ancient ditch of the fortress-prison, a singular monument, which has already been effaced from the memories of Parisians, and which deserved to leave some trace, for it was the idea of a member of the Institute, the General-in-chief of the army of Egypt.
  46. Descending into the grotto, he lifted the stone, filled his pockets with gems, put the box together as well and securely as he could, sprinkled fresh sand over the spot from which it had been taken, and then carefully trod down the earth to give it everywhere a uniform appearance; then, quitting the grotto, he replaced the stone, heaping on it broken masses of rocks and rough fragments of crumbling granite, filling the interstices with earth, into which he deftly inserted rapidly growing plants, such as the wild myrtle and flowering thorn, then carefully watering these new plantations, he scrupulously effaced every trace of footsteps, leaving the approach to the cavern as savage-looking and untrodden as he had found it.
  47. The I excepted, the I effaced, the I forgotten, what would be the result of all this? What if I denounce myself? I am arrested; this Champmathieu is released; I am put back in the galleys; that is well—and what then? What is going on here? Ah! here is a country, a town, here are factories, an industry, workers, both men and women, aged grandsires, children, poor people! All this I have created; all these I provide with their living; everywhere where there is a smoking chimney, it is I who have placed the brand on the hearth and meat in the pot; I have created ease, circulation, credit; before me there was nothing; I have elevated, vivified, informed with life, fecundated, stimulated, enriched the whole country-side; lacking me, the soul is lacking; I take myself off, everything dies: and this woman, who has suffered so much, who possesses so many merits in spite of her fall; the cause of all whose misery I have unwittingly been! And that child whom I.
  48. Thus,—and in the exaggeration of anguish, and the optical illusion of consternation, all that might have corrected and restrained this impression was effaced, and society, and the human race, and the universe were, henceforth, summed up in his eyes, in one simple and terrible feature,—thus the penal laws, the thing judged, the force due to legislation, the decrees of the sovereign courts, the magistracy, the government, prevention, repression, official cruelty, wisdom, legal infallibility, the principle of authority, all the dogmas on which rest political and civil security, sovereignty, justice, public truth, all this was rubbish, a shapeless mass, chaos; he himself, Javert, the spy of order, incorruptibility in the service of the police, the bull-dog providence of society, vanquished and hurled to earth; and, erect, at the summit of all that ruin, a man with a green cap on his head and a halo round his brow; this was the astounding confusion to which he had come; this was the fearful vision which he bore within his soul.
  1. Because I wish to efface, to expiate my sin.
  2. Marius' enchantment, great as it was, could not efface from.
  3. No new impressions could efface those which are so deeply cut.
  4. I could not help looking at them, I could not efface them, I could not keep from evoking them.
  5. Oh, admirable consoler! He sought not to efface sorrow by forgetfulness, but to magnify and dignify it by hope.
  6. On the reputation of the British Government it fixes a blot which nothing short of the power of time can efface.
  7. He remained just as long as it was necessary in order to efface the unpleasant impression of my abrupt entrance with a frightened face.
  8. You may think what you like, but I desire now to do all I can to efface that impression and to show that I am a man of heart and conscience.
  9. Above the door was an old inscription, dated 1603, which threatened sudden death and eternal damnation to any human being who dared to open the door or efface the inscription.
  10. At certain moments, all these beings of the past, returned and present, formed a circle around him, and overshadowed him; then he thought of Cosette, and recovered his serenity; but nothing less than this felicity could have sufficed to efface that catastrophe.
  11. We feel it was this their birth right to retaliate because it is fundamental right of all individuals and nation to efface those harm and break finger pointed out to them, and if possible teach oppressors a lesson so that no mischief manger could dare repeat atrocious acts….
  12. On the right side of this cupboard, in the corner formed by the cupboard and the wall, stood Kirillov, and he was standing in a very strange way; motionless, perfectly erect, with his arms held stiffly at his sides, his head raised and pressed tightly back against the wall in the very corner, he seemed to be trying to conceal and efface himself.
  13. Yes, but he talked in the taverns of murdering his father, and two days before, on the evening when he wrote his drunken letter, he was quiet and only quarreled with a shopman in the tavern, because a Karamazov could not help quarreling, forsooth! But my answer to that is, that, if he was planning such a murder in accordance with his letter, he certainly would not have quarreled even with a shopman, and probably would not have gone into the tavern at all, because a person plotting such a crime seeks quiet and retirement, seeks to efface himself, to avoid being seen and heard, and that not from calculation, but from instinct.
  14. These were the words and contents of the second paper, and on hearing them, each declared himself willing to be the ransomed one, and promised to go and return with scrupulous good faith; and I too made the same offer; but to all this the renegade objected, saying that he would not on any account consent to one being set free before all went together, as experience had taught him how ill those who have been set free keep promises which they made in captivity; for captives of distinction frequently had recourse to this plan, paying the ransom of one who was to go to Valencia or Majorca with money to enable him to arm a bark and return for the others who had ransomed him, but who never came back; for recovered liberty and the dread of losing it again efface from the memory all the obligations in the world.
  15. Efface the footprints in the sands,.
  1. Al'lah effaces the misdeeds by them.
  2. Clarence, who feared to be killed in traffic, and so waited at street signals until the traffic was absolutely clear so he could run his true pals, his pet albums effaces, safely across.

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