Oraciones con la palabra "grievous"

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  1. It would be a grievous mistake to.
  2. It has been grievous, and very sore.
  3. For them is a penalty grievous indeed.
  4. It symbolizes a grievous attack on the.
  5. Those are grievous tidings indeed!.

  6. This grievous trouble is along more to come.
  7. This was not a grievous omission by the authors.
  8. Ser Glendon stands accused of grievous crimes.
  9. He can also distress with grievous and long-term.
  10. The Chinese infantry also suffered grievous losses.
  11. Grievous: Something that is hard to bear; burdensome.
  12. It was a grievous error for this news to be released.
  13. Were you? I wouldn't believe in anything so grievous.
  14. Perhaps his wound was a grievous one, and it would be.
  15. Both these are grievous to the Holy Spirit-doubt and anger.

  16. M: To take appearance for reality is a grievous sin and the.
  17. Unfortunately, our victory was not without a grievous cost.
  18. Every act of disobedience is as grievous in His eyes as the sin.
  19. But there had been no word of any grievous harm coming to Adrianus.
  20. There’s a moment here when things could get grievous and/or bodily.
  21. If it was a grievous fault, grievously have the merchants answered it.
  22. But Aragorn came to Jowyn, and he said: 'Here there is a grievous hurt.
  23. However, charity that is grievous because it is done under coercion, or.
  24. But if you turn away, then I fear for you the punishment of a grievous Day.
  25. Is it your son? he said softly, believing child the most grievous loss.

  26. Her pleasure seemed to depend less on their juices than on their grievous screams.
  27. For all of his bluster, Mercer Frey was not immune to the pangs of grievous injury.
  28. See also: Heal, Wound by a sword, and did live, As it were wounded to death, Grievous.
  29. There were rumours that he had been convicted of grievous bodily harm and procuring.
  30. In those grievous times of famine, war, and death, this land had been notable in horror.
  31. She had never struck him as someone who would commit a mortal sin as grievous as suicide.
  32. Franklin Monroe, your courageous action saved many of us from grievous injury and death.
  33. Susannah, for her part, was certain God was testing her for some grievous Error she had made.
  34. So, for her, while a fall could be grievous, life itself would be laborious in the long run.
  35. He had committed the most grievous and unforgivable of sins for a black man raised in the south.
  36. Walker must apologize for her grievous error in the former column concerning the European Countess.
  37. Image 17 thereby shows a grievous attack on the veracity of these religions that occurs during the.
  38. Condy (A previous Chevron officer) made a grievous error and got Secretary of State, a nice promotion.
  39. And the first went, and poured out his vial upon the earth; and a noisome and grievous sore fell upon.
  40. And the first went, and poured out his vial upon the earth; and there fell a noisome and grievous sore.
  41. Our present system of appointment to livings entirely ignores the laity, and often proves a grievous abuse.
  42. It is they who will receive the grievous punishment-and in the Hereafter they will be the greatest losers.
  43. Those two Kings I have already mentioned committed such grievous sin that even today the world gasps at it.
  44. Government at all levels is too large, too expensive, woefully incapable, disdainful, meddlesome, and grievous.
  45. The father abbot has received grievous testimony of heretical practices within his manorial domain of Sherborne.
  46. It says in Proverbs 15:1, a soft answer turns away wrath, but grievous words, harsh words, stir up and create anger.
  47. But Arod, the horse of Rohan, refused the way, and he stood sweating and trembling in a fear that was grievous to see.
  48. She had laid linoleum, repaired bicycles, wound clocks, stoked furnaces, swabbed iodine on ten thousand grievous wounds.
  49. Built much more lightly than the cruiser, the three destroyers suffered at once grievous damage that all but doomed them.
  50. Even to be a plain weed is grievous to one's vanity, but to be a weed and poisonous as well is a very desperate thing to be.
  51. And there was a famine in the land: and Abram went down into Egypt to sojourn there; for the famine was grievous in the land.
  52. Hadn’t her clan learned at grievous cost the necessary result that when one party’s lifted up, the other suffers terribly.
  53. In the end, bleeding from a dozen grievous wounds, with his own blade broken in his hand, he threw himself headlong at his foe.
  54. He had said farewell to Jowyn above in the Hold, and the memory was grievous; but now he turned his mind to the road that lay ahead.
  55. The soft answer turns away wrath; but grievous words stir up anger; the tongue of the wise uses knowledge rightly; but the mouth of.
  56. Sennacherim, the grievous King of the Assyrians, glorying in his countless hosts, had subdued the whole land with his spear, and was.
  57. She didn’t worry for a second that any of them would think it grievous or strange that she didn’t know the subject of today’s class.
  58. This is the response that lets little old ladies lift cars off children or allows soldiers to continue in battle oblivious to grievous wounds.
  59. Stay with me, Sister, forgive me if you can, you listen to my most grievous sins and somehow I feel as though a weight has been lifted from me.
  60. The whole responsibility for this unhappiness is on my shoulders, and I frankly confess it is a burden so grievous that I know not how to bear it.
  61. Burden: Something taken up by someone that is hard, heavy, grievous, and burdensome, as a prophecy to be proclaimed or a physical or emotional load.
  62. The child, about twelve years old, was afflicted with a grievous nervous disorder characterized by convulsions and other distressing manifestations.
  63. This was grievous, for Brosy was, in person, a very charming young man, and the good opinion of charming young men is quite a nice thing to possess.
  64. Priscilla flushed, for since Tussie left after tea she had had grievous surprises, of a kind that made her first indignant and then inclined to wince.
  65. This catastrophe I am inclined to regard as an unhappy accident, for I am convinced that the lady had no intention of inflicting so grievous an injury.
  66. The initiative set forth by our creators on September 8, 1977 in Stockholm Sweden declares we are owed royalties and interest for this grievous theft.
  67. Here had been grievous mismanagement; but, bad as it was, he gradually grew to feel that it had not been the most direful mistake in his plan of education.
  68. Someone who does this by threatening the person with a deadly weapon commits aggravated assault because the fear involved is fear of more grievous injury.
  69. Despite the grievous insult to his arm, as time went by, Duval had come to appreciate the killer Ravan had become and the brilliance of the young mercenary.
  70. As I reflect on these grievous oversights, I concluded that although one should embrace relationships, but definitely not at the detriment of his or her life.
  71. And now, rather than have had this grievous wrong to confess, she would gladly have lain down on the forest-leaves, and died there, at Arthur Dimmesdale's feet.
  72. I repeat I dare say I have committed many a grievous sin in my day; but I cannot help always looking back upon this as the worst action I have ever perpetrated.
  73. Officers accustomed to command, and unacquainted with want, were in the most grievous plight of all—every one shunned them to avoid rendering them any service.
  74. They had all suffered grievous financial loss, and the more they thought about it, the less likely it seemed to them that they would be able to recoup their losses.
  75. A piteous Snap o’ his Neck told me that Martin had gone to his Reward with Merciful Dispatch—but I dangl’d in grievous Pain, unable to dye, yet unable to live.
  76. The bull‘s rear legs were bleeding profusely from the grievous gashes inflicted during the first encounter; the gaskin area just above his hocks laid open to the bone.
  77. Woe to you who build your houses through the grievous toil of others; And all their building materials are the bricks and stones of sin; I tell you you shall have no peace.
  78. As for those who dispute about God after having answered His call, their argument is invalid with their Lord; and upon them falls wrath; and a grievous torment awaits them.
  79. Woe to you who build your houses through the grievous toil of others; And all their building materials are the bricks and stones of sin; I tell you, you shall have no peace.
  80. Fortunately the city was the largest in the Northlandic Kingdom and the king’s guard had managed to fight them off before they plundered too much and caused grievous damage.
  81. The physical damage was not grievous; a bandage and a couple of weeks would see to the ribs, but he had to be kept under observation for twenty-four hours in case of concussion.
  82. Linton had slid from his seat on to the hearthstone, and lay writhing in the mere perverseness of an indulged plague of a child, determined to be as grievous and harassing as it can.
  83. And the first went, and poured out his vial upon the earth; and a noisome and grievous sore fell upon the men which had the mark of the beast, and upon them which worshipped his image.
  84. The Commander had relented when Buey Dan had said she was making atonement for a grievous crime against the Liber�ation, and that he would assume total responsibility for her actions.
  85. And the first went, and poured out his vial upon the earth; and a noisome and grievous sore fell upon the men, which had the mark of the beast, and upon them, which worshipped his image.
  86. You well know how these leaders bind heavy burdens on your shoulders, burdens grievous to bear, and that they will not lift as much as one finger to help you bear these weighty burdens.
  87. What, he did not remember me? What, after the memorable evening in Berlin? I know of few things more wholly grievous than to have a celebrated connection who forgets he has ever seen you.
  88. That would explain her sudden, overwhelming emotion and those she had had during their last meeting, but she sincerely hoped that nothing grievous were wrong to precipitate such feelings.
  89. Jesus said: `Be ye not called masters; for they bind heavy burdens and grievous to be borne, and lay them on men's shoulders, but they themselves will not touch them with one of their fingers.
  90. A very few of them, in fact, passing, in constant sight of my pupils, without a fresh incident, sufficed to give to grievous fancies and even to odious memories a kind of brush of the sponge.
  91. That she had done a grievous thing in taking an impressionable child to mould into the form that her wild resentment, spurned affection, and wounded pride found vengeance in, I knew full well.
  92. They are not only very grievous occasional taxes, but they contribute to establish perpetual taxes, of the same kind, still more grievous ; the ruinous taxes of private luxury and extravagance.
  93. Actually, I was most delighted to have James on the record because his playing had lit up the Gram Parsons albums GP and Grievous Angel, and he had been a member of Emmylou Harris’s Hot Band.
  94. This mode of taxation, therefore, it seems evident, could never, without the most grievous oppression, produce a revenue nearly equal to what is derived from the present mode without any oppression.
  95. Feltus frowned at the revelation and how a medical man could have made such a grievous error, given the impossibility of the situation, unless there had been specific reasons for drawing such a conclusion.
  96. This was a grievous political and military mistake, particularly when British intelligence had informed Eisenhower that there was no evidence to support the rumours regarding the so called national redoubt.
  97. His demands and your inexperience together, on a small, very small income, must have brought on distresses which would not be the less grievous to you, from having been entirely unknown and unthought of before.
  98. She was obliged to call herself to think of it, and acknowledge it to be terrible and grievous, or it was escaping her, in the midst of all the agitating pressing joyful cares attending this summons to herself.
  99. So, when he arose, he getteth him a grievous crab-tree cudgel, and goes down into the dungeon to them, and there first falls to rating of them as if they were dogs, although they never gave him a word of distaste.
  100. Finally, and perhaps most importantly, the information I seek is to help right a most grievous wrong, and not to commit any crime - without telling you that, you will think I am little better than a modern robber.

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