Oraciones con la palabra "grime"

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1. Tattered and covered with grime.
2. Grime caked the edges of the walls.
3. He was head to toe in grime and oil.
4. The salt and grime had completely.
5. Rain washes away the dirt and grime.
6. His face was covered in grime and sweat.
7. Streets were stained with blood and grime.

8. Josh Freeman came home covered in mud and grime.
9. Trapped in the mud, covered with slime and grime.
10. She wiped the grime from my ears, eyes, and mouth.
11. The woman held out a thin bracelet covered in grime.
12. He was covered from head to toe with sweat and grime.
13. She felt as though a year’s worth of grime had been.
14. Every room and every object was coated with dust and grime.
15. The walls, the grime smeared windows and draughty corridors.
16. Once she’d extricated herself from the grime of traveling.
17. The smog of dust and grime had all but dissipated as the trio.
18. It came away soaked with sweat and grime from the construction.
19. He stared at his dirty hands, grime in the lines of his palms.
20. By the time he was done he'd have dirty hands, grime under his.
21. Just a rub of grime, and faint indigo staining, probably from denim.
22. He scrubbed away the grime from the journey with a bar of hard soap.
23. Forest, its green scales tarred by the dust and grime of its resting.
24. He savored the feeling of the dirt and grime being lifted off his skin.
25. Jim’s nose was bleeding, his pants were ripped, he was covered with grime.
26. She ran over to him and lifted his head from the mud, wiping the dirt and grime.
27. Black, dirty, coal grime permeated their pores that could never be scrubbed off.
28. A figure stood on the other side, and I blinked to clear the grime from my eyes.
29. Lisa looked at the layers of crusted dirt and grime on the floor and on the wall.
30. She feels like she is covered with a second skin of pollution, dried sweat, and grime.
31. His eyes were glazed and red rimmed, and the grime on his cheeks was streaked with tears.
32. It was clear and pale and it came to us in a bottle free from grime and Napoleonic cyphers.
33. The gears were still shiny and there was no grime yet in the grooves of the transcript wheel.
34. Ever since he had been removed from the grime and gore of combat, he had become a bit pedantic.
35. Filth and grime littered the clothes and colourless face, the face that once rested on my pillow.
36. As she washed the soot and grime from her body, she kept a close eye out in case someone came in.
37. The denim jacket he’d sliced the sleeves off and painted with the PHP icon was green from grime.
38. Toners complete the cleansing process, removing the last traces of dead cells and grime from the skin.
39. Their walls were almost black with many years worth of the city's grime having settled on the bricks.
40. His legs and torso were covered in grime and he had no doubt his hair was matted and his face grubby.
41. Once he soaped up with the foamless bar of soap, he scrubbed the muck and grime off his with the pad.
42. Dirt and grime were smeared all over his skin, and his normally luxurious green hair was a matted mess.
43. His tears slowed in the paths cut through the grime on his cheeks, and he answered Lovern’s questions.
44. His head was to the side; his serene face masked in splatters of blood and grime, his eyes shut tightly.
45. She was still wearing the clothing she’d had on at Temple, which was covered in blood, sweat, and grime.
46. Collar and shirt bore the grime of a long journey, and the hair bristled unkempt from the well-shaped head.
47. The bathroom is grubbier than the rest of the house: grime around the sink, toothpaste smeared on the mirror.
48. It wasn’t even the cutting that worried her, it was the filth and grime that he’d worked into the wounds.
49. The hot water washed away the grime covering her body but not the terror that kept pushing itself into her mind.
50. After some searching, she found a closet with cleaning supplies cowering under grime dating back to the Bronze Era.
51. It was night in the Blue, which would hide his grime covered face from view and give him a chance to get cleaned up.
52. Despite his hotel with its grime and smells, its waterless water-closets and stained walls, its rats and cockroaches.
53. They dusted off the grime from their faces and brandished their weapons so that they could join their comrades in war.
54. Still, she was quite certain that one single, nasty looking whatever covered with dusty grime shouldn’t cost five dollars.
55. The dust of the Waterloo year lay on the panes and frames of its windows; early Georgian grime clung to its sombre wainscoting.
56. For musicians, heroin and opium were ways to compensate for all the grime and grit of the world in which they made a livelihood.
57. He had, for Lucy’s sake; but he longed for the green hills, the rolling suburbia, the friendly people, the smoke, and the grime.
58. He was, as the inspector had said, extremely dirty, but the grime which covered his face could not conceal its repulsive ugliness.
59. Then Silas detached his emotions, reexamining the grime, finally considering that maybe it appeared only where the killer had tracked.
60. The room was wrecked by the killer, but the grime tracked over Grace’s covers, the walls, the floor … that was careless nestkeeping.
61. The lack of privacy didn’t concern Siri, and the promise of a cold shower to slough away the sweat and grime of the desert was welcome.
62. Even Billy is aware of the odour; stage sweat, the remains of half cleaned Leichner, disinfectant, grime, sleep and sheer bloody terror.
63. Yes, there it lay on the sofa under the quilt, but it was so covered with dust and grime that Zametov could not have seen anything on it.
64. His face was lined and deeply encrusted with grime, his matted hair falling over his ears and forehead, and his greying beard a tangled mess.
65. Her face quivered, as tears dripped off her chin to land in the grime of the floor, I was asleep and then I woke up, but I couldn’t move.
66. Scarlett caught sight of Phil Meade and hardly recognized him, so black was his face with powder and grime, so taut with strain and weariness.
67. No, that was just dirt; underneath the grime, it was evident that Fishmael was almost albino in his paleness, having shunned smuglight for so long.
68. He cussed himself for forgetting oil for the padlock but it proved easy to open, some corrosion and grime having been removed by its recent operation.
69. When he was covered in white suds, he stepped back out and felt the rain wash the dirt and grime, as well as the general feeling of filth, from his body.
70. The door which faced them was blotched and discoloured, and a faint light in the fan pane above, it served to show the dust and the grime which covered it.
71. I lit a fire in the barbecue with all the useless drawings and paintings and while Jon washed off some of his soot and grime, grilled the meat and vegetables.
72. On the way back to the car I noticed a marigold in the flower beds alongside the pathway that was struggling to survive amongst the ash and grime from the fire.
73. It was filled with cobwebs and dirty grime which had accumulated over the years, but Velera went straight to a concealed door and opened it with a gentle push.
74. Between the patches of grime and green algae that covered the inside of the tube, it was just possible to make out the creeping movement of a semi clear liquid.
75. Every copy was thumbed and smudged with sweat and grime where avid but confused readers had tried and failed to glean the document's meaning from its empty pages.
76. She scrubbed hard, trying to get rid of not only the dirt and grime covering her body but to remove the terrifying scenes that would not stop running through her head.
77. Enough scant light spilled from the wick of my lantern to reveal a small personal traveling box that looked very familiar; it was caked in year’s worth of dust and grime.
78. Images of tiny, sandaled feet, soiled with the city’s soot and grime shot through his head; a piteous street-child buried in the filth of the most merciless city in the world.
79. There was nothing hidden, unless it had been walled up and artfully painted over with a finish exactly resembling twenty-year-old latex base coat, complete with grease and grime.
80. I love being in a parked car when the rain is tap-dancing on the roof, and for a while I just sit there and watch it wash the grime off the windshield, just like I washed Sean off of me.
81. He looked a complete mess, blood from the decapitated snake stained one trouser leg, his clothes were torn, stained with sweat and grime and there was more blood on his shirt from the dead gunman.
82. That great ship, which started out as proudly, went down to her death like some grime silent juggernaut, drunk with carnage and anxious to stop the throbbing of her own heart at the bottom of the sea.
83. The hospital, which predated the surrounding buildings by at least a hundred years, stood out from the turn-of-the-century warehouses and it's once sparkling granite facade was dulled by decades of grime.
84. Her face, too, was streaked with grime, and at the best she could never have been handsome, for she had the exact physical characteristics which Holmes had divined, with, in addition, a long and obstinate chin.
85. The water had washed away some of the dust and grime from Lucky’s uniform to reveal a military insignia and the corporal, realising that Lucky was a Chinese officer, stooped down in order to examine him more closely.
86. He shuns the light, he fights against it, rages against it and dedicates his life to extinguishing it; yet in all this fury, beneath the grime of his iniquity, he himself becomes an albino – as white as snow, as white as starlight.
87. She spent one night at her friend Nina’s, but Nina asked too many questions and the sound of her chatting downstairs to her parents while Lily lay, soaking the grime out of her hair in the bath, made her feel like the loneliest person on earth.
88. A small amount of the precious water supply was brought forth, and carefully applied to the worst of the dirt and grime on the two men’s faces and upper bodies, which appeared to provide a modicum of cooling in the increasingly torrid midday air.
89. Swogs now with his face damp with sweat, which only served to smear the grime of his unwashed features the more stammered out in a rush, There’s plenty to read! I only was a meaning to say that it says you got to swear as to what it’s saying.
90. She was however more cautious when she applied cream soap to their bodies after two thorough, successive cycles of soaking, scrubbing and rinsing meant to remove the thick coat of grime on the children’s bodies: she didn’t want them to get soap in their eyes, something that would somehow ruin part of the fun.
91. In many ways Century City serves as a stylish urban setting, away from the grime of downtown Los Angeles some eight miles to the east, that houses the financial, legal, and talent businesses that serve the entertainment-industry wealth that resides in the hills separating West Los Angeles from the Valley of San Fernando.
92. The entire body had been littered with dents and dings, the quarter panels cratered with rusted-out holes, right front fender bashed in by a stubborn tree or telephone pole, engine caked with grease and grime, interior drenched in the rancid aroma of old cigarette smoke and stale cologne and Josh didn’t even want to think about what else.
93. Using the World’s Fair to Whitewash its stink of the millions of animals penned waiting for slaughter, its black evil of the most inhuman human souls ever to be assembled in every vice and crime known, its black grime, the dirtiest most polluted city on earth in its heyday, famous for its black crime, its black pollution, its blackened death, as the worlds largest mass slaughterhouses: killing millions of animals a year… Holding a an entirely white, whitewashed World’s Fair.

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1. Brakelight smearing the grimed tiles.
2. Signs for the Verrazano are grimed but legible.
3. Bits of bush clung to his trousers, dirt grimed his hands and, no doubt, his face.
4. We clinked cans reflexively and then sat silent on our matchingly grimed deck furniture, gazing down toward the expressway, lost in our respective thoughts.
5. I particularly remember one thin, tall fellow, a cabinet-maker, as I found out later, with an emaciated face and a curly head, black as though grimed with soot.
6. We changed trams I town and caught one up to Higherscrop we both looked out the window at the dull grey smoke grimed terraced mill houses that permeated the district.
7. And moving masses as wild demons surging, and lives as nothing risk'd, For thy mere remnant grimed with dirt and smoke and sopp'd in blood, For sake of that, my beauty, and that thou might'st dally as now.
8. And Lor-a-mussy me!" cried my sister, casting off her bonnet in sudden desperation, "here I stand talking to mere Mooncalfs, with Uncle Pumblechook waiting, and the mare catching cold at the door, and the boy grimed with crock and dirt from the hair of his head to the sole of his foot!".
9. Sergey Ivanovitch had long ago finished dinner, and was drinking iced lemon and water in his own room, looking through the reviews and papers which he had only just received by post, when Levin rushed into the room, talking merrily, with his wet and matted hair sticking to his forehead, and his back and chest grimed and.
10. Sergey Ivanovitch had long ago finished dinner, and was drinking iced lemon and water in his own room, looking through the reviews and papers which he had only just received by post, when Levin rushed into the room, talking merrily, with his wet and matted hair sticking to his forehead, and his back and chest grimed and moist.
11. Because it was so cold he was wearing his jacket with the ends of the sleeves turned back to keep them clean, or to prevent them getting any dirtier, for they were already in the same condition as the rest of his attire, which was thickly encrusted with dried paint of many colours, and his hands and fingernails were grimed with it.
12. He pushed his way through the tangled twigs with many a slap in the eye; he was greened and grimed from the old bark of the greater boughs; more than once he slipped and caught himself just in time; and at last, after a dreadful struggle in a difficult place where there seemed to be no convenient branches at all, he got near the top.
13. These thin legs appearing under the big jacket gave him a rather grotesque appearance, which was heightened by the fact that all his clothes, cap, coat, waistcoat, trousers and boots, were smothered with paint and distemper of various colours, and there were generally a few streaks of paint of some sort or other upon his face, and of course his hands - especially round the fingernails - were grimed with it.
14. Blacksmiths with grimed and hairy chests environ the anvil,.
1. The man stared at Grimes.
2. He pointed it at Grimes.
3. Grimes looked at the three.
4. Grimes in between two slurps.
5. Grimes grabbed for the banner.
6. Kim listened to Grimes and said.
7. The man looked at Grimes and said.
8. Grimes had an illustrious reputation.
9. Grimes and Akhim looked at each other.
10. Grimes you would be the most foolish.
11. Grimes arrived in Hanoi early evening.
12. Grimes knew his mind games had paid off.
13. Grimes plan had started coming to fruition.
14. Professor Julian Grimes also known as, Mr.
15. Grimes and Akhim still appeared unconscious.
16. Where can I find this, Ca? asked Grimes.
17. Grimes just managed to snatch the hammer away.
18. Grimes had two of his boys with him like always.
19. Grimes then made the initial phone call to Thran.
20. Grimes, it being the larger and cleaner than Mr.
21. Raekwon considered what Grimes was saying to him.
22. Grimes watched from his office CCTV monitor, elated.
23. Look even the Grimes and the Clothiers are dancing.
24. Grimes ever said anything and that was ‘GO AWAY’.
25. Grimes and the others left the cafe, got into their S.
26. Grimes carefully pulled up the window and peered out.
27. I really hate that bastard, Grimes said to Akhim.
28. What’s happening? shouted Grimes at the screen.
29. The Sheik leaned back in his chair and spoke to Grimes.
30. The Art and Science of Technical Analysis (Grimes), 29.
31. Grimes had been thoroughly convincing and had made the P.
32. Ca then handed her the letter as per Grimes instructions.
33. Grimes, Akhim and Mophi stared at Mohammed on the screen.
34. Grimes as he backed his bicycle into the Post Office door.
35. No said Grimes My bodyguard has another assignment.
36. Grimes spooned a tiny amount of the black ash out of the box.
37. Good morning Minister, said Grimes as they shook hands.
38. Grimes rented an office in Hanoi; this would be the Hanoi HQ.
39. Grimes went to the presidential suit and used the hotel phone.
40. Grimes whose hayfever had suddenly taken a turn for the worst.
41. Grimes went over to the reception desk and into a phone booth.
42. What’s this? said Grimes as he pointed to the tunnel.
43. We have finished the building stage, Sheik, said Grimes.
44. The man handed Grimes a torch and he shone it into the tunnel.
45. Grimes arrived in Vegas and had spent a few months settling in.
46. Once Grimes sources had gotten the information he needed about Ca.
47. Ca thought for a while and told Grimes he would let him know later.
48. Just remember, , said to the now reinvigorated Julian Grimes.
49. He swung back the door and a look of horror came over Grimes face.
50. Mophi took Grimes around the back of the diner, and got into a limo.
51. Grimes gave a reassuring look to Akhim then at the bottle Stu held.
52. Grimes asked him what the embassy intended to do to get him released.
53. Good morning Duke said Thran as he greeted Grimes at the door.
54. Grimes was not amused, he felt hot and tired and in need of a shower.
55. Grimes was about to step to Wisdom when he realized who he was with.
56. Mophi went onto the gamblers floor, but Grimes was nowhere to be seen.
57. Grimes noticed Ca’s features change every time he looked at a photo.
58. Grimes knew he needed to get the relic and targets away from Thailand.
59. Grimes thought it would make him more subservient and easier to handle.
60. Good, he can take little Snooty back to the village, its Mrs Grimes dog.
61. Grimes spent the next few months terrified and amassed a fortune in debt.
62. Grimes snook around Vegas for a few more months, until his money ran out.
63. There had been something about the Sheiks expression that worried Grimes.
64. Grimes figured the easiest way to do this would be to target her mother.
65. There is still a lot to do, but I estimate two months, said Grimes.
66. Grimes produced the leather bound pieces of papyrus and handed them to him.
67. But if Grimes is right and you see that chick Sonja with another cat too.
68. I require an early morning call at 6:30, with breakfast ordered Grimes.
69. Akhim and Mophi came out of Grimes office and walked back over to the group.
70. Grimes sniggered as he looked at the screen behind him and pressed a button.
71. Grimes had also been awoken by the noise of the patrol leaving and returning.
72. Grimes and the Innkeeper all rolling a barrel of finest brew up the incline.
73. Grimes and Akhim nodded to each other and Grimes turned off the third screen.
74. Grimes, as the duke of Southerby, met with the PM and informed him that the U.
75. He then stared into the eyes of Grimes, who appeared gaunt, feeble and afraid.
76. They knew Mophi never comprehended the technical parts and Grimes said to him.
77. They had been bound using Grimes jacket and belt and leant up against the wall.
78. Grimes and Akhim studied the data from the other screens and waited on the third.
79. After Grimes had made the initial phone call to Thran and the instructions given.
80. Grimes and Akhim had laid down flat keeping their heads down anticipating rescue.
81. Grimes wanted to be caught; he knew that the safest place for him would be prison.
82. I’m Pauline Grimes, the woman said, we’re still in shock about Lauren.
83. As they approached the office, Grimes and Akhim were being led away by two soldiers.
84. Grimes was beating her hall carpet out in the street when three men approached her.
85. Grimes and his buddies turned around and proceeded to head to where they were going.
86. He, Grimes and Mophi had surveyed the plans of Thran’s home and surrounding area.
87. Mohammed gave details about his ghostly encounter with Abdul to now relieved Grimes.
88. After about an hour, Grimes got to his feet, thanked Farquarson and handed him $200.
89. Grimes then ordered them to find out everything about the fisherman, and the affair.
90. Grimes placed the box in a machine on his desk for a spectral analysis on the stones.
91. Dan brought in the tea and while he poured it into bone china cups, Grimes enquired.
92. People came from Jamesburg to see him and from down the coast as far as Grimes Point.
93. Grimes knew the Thalium had been effective and had spread into Nga’s internal system.
94. Grimes bent to pick it up and replace it but Morton bellowed to leave it where it was.
95. Grimes gave out an instruction to Akhim to take a sample and test that it was genuine.
96. Grimes loved these mind games and didn’t care about the delays from Thailand at first.
97. Grimes left Ca to his twisting and turning thoughts and they drove to a hotel in Ky Anh.
98. He had paid $2,000,000 for the grail, from his now good friend Professor Julian Grimes.
99. Not the window Grimes, its the board above it I’m after, got to tack this banner up.
100. Grimes knew the Sheiks illness would be a perfect excuse for him to miss the appointment.

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