Oraciones con la palabra "gripe"

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1. It was a familiar gripe.
2. His gripe was legitimate.
3. The greatest gripe I have with freelance.
4. And he then proceeded to outline a major gripe about me.
5. Muddy swinesnouts, hands, root and root, gripe and wrest them.
6. Then he made a point of drawing Lester into the gripe session.
7. A few shareholders will gripe, but most will be out of the loop.
8. At that, even the locals will start to gripe if the outsiders get meal stipends and they don’t.
9. His mind was full of constant grumbles that sometimes would surface enough for him to gripe about.
10. She had listened to him gripe for days now, and for the most part, she suffered his words in silence.
11. Her main gripe was that it didn’t pay and her parents had suggested she might look for something else.
12. Linton's heart would be gladdened, and his lands secured from a stranger's gripe, by the birth of an heir.
13. Mostly college students and nature freaks with nothing better to do than gripe and throw Molotov cocktails.
14. After hearing Annabeth gripe about her dad for two years, I was expecting him to have devil horns and fangs.
15. Linton’s heart would be gladdened, and his lands secured from a stranger’s gripe, by the birth of an heir.
16. So Lord, help me not to gripe about the tough rows that I've hoed, I'm drinking from my saucer 'cause my cup has overflowed.
17. He hated these so–called conferences, it was no more than a gripe session, and he never could figure out the use for them.
18. Mostly the gripe was around a friend of his that I had barred from the facility for a month after his third violation for alcohol.
19. She was tired of problems without answers, which is why she was eating lunch in her room this year instead of sharing in the lunchroom gripe sessions.
20. I am not going to tell you my life story but it is essential for you to know I am not some ignorant peasant with a personal gripe borne out of poverty.
21. My eye rose to his; and while I looked in his fierce face I gave an involuntary sigh; his gripe was painful, and my over-taxed strength almost exhausted.
22. In the early days after the disaster when the Committee came to power there was a Committee member who had a gripe against a man who lived in this town.
23. Of course she’d find a way to work in a gripe: that I hardly ever sent her flowers, when her dad had sent her mom flowers each week since they’d been married.
24. When problems occur --- let's say that your editor's demands annoy you, or that your advance payments are late, you've got someone to gripe at other than your editor.
25. Vets would gripe about the food, about no hot water in the showers, and about almost anything else, and the intent of the meetings was to let some of the steam out of the population.
26. You can be sure that, at the coming conference in Quebec, Prime Minister Churchill will gripe about that and will try to convince us to spare forces to expel the Germans out of Italy.
27. But to know is like trying to quench your thirst by drinking the salty sea-water that not only quenches not the thirst but causes nausea, gripe in stomach and in the end may cause bleeding.
28. He seized a tureen of hot apple sauce (the first thing that came under his gripe) and dashed it full against the speaker's face and neck---who instantly commenced a lament that brought Isabella and Catherine hurrying to the place.
29. The tender mother cannot _lawfully_ snatch from the gripe of the gambling spendthrift, or beastly drunkard, unmindful of his offspring, the fortune which falls to her by chance; or (so flagrant is the injustice) what she earns by her own.
30. However I disapproved, I couldn’t hinder her: indeed, how could she have refused him herself? What was filling him with dread we had no means of discerning; but there he was, powerless under its gripe, and any addition seemed capable of shocking him into.
31. It is also remarkable that the terms of this celebrated letter from the Duke of Cadore, of the fifth of August, which have been represented as a relaxation in the rigor of the French Emperor's policy, are, in fact, something worse than the original terms of the Milan decree, and that, instead of having obtained a boon from a friend in this boasted letter, our Administration have only caught a gripe from a Tartar.
32. While all is uncertainty and embarrassment with France; while her decrees remain merely suspended and not revoked; while your merchants, trusting to the plighted faith of the Emperor, have been drawn into the French ports and there betrayed and sacrificed; while commerce is bleeding at every pore under the merciless gripe of Napoleon, we are called on to go farther to conciliate France, than she was entitled to, had she faithfully revoked her decrees.
33. Why, then, had he come hither? Was it but the mockery of penitence? A mockery, indeed, but in which his soul trifled with itself! A mockery at which angels blushed and wept, while fiends rejoiced, with jeering laughter! He had been driven hither by the impulse of that Remorse which dogged him everywhere, and whose own sister and closely linked companion was that Cowardice which invariably drew him back, with her tremulous gripe, just when the other impulse had hurried him to the verge of a disclosure.
34. And now, while both elastic gunwales were springing in and out, as the whale dallied with the doomed craft in this devilish way; and from his body being submerged beneath the boat, he could not be darted at from the bows, for the bows were almost inside of him, as it were; and while the other boats involuntarily paused, as before a quick crisis impossible to withstand, then it was that monomaniac Ahab, furious with this tantalizing vicinity of his foe, which placed him all alive and helpless in the very jaws he hated; frenzied with all this, he seized the long bone with his naked hands, and wildly strove to wrench it from its gripe.
35. Dana and Mark continue to violently fight each other! They start to beat on each other real bad! Dana violently fights Mark using kick boxing and Hapkido! She punches Mark! She throws several straight blows to his face again! She elbows Mark! She kung fu's Mark! She knees Mark! She knees him real hard again and again in the groin area! Mark bawls over in pain! Dana throws Mark another uppercut under the chin, knocking Mark down to the floor again! Dana bends down and grabs Mark! She lifts him up and violently shoves him to the wall, banging his entire body hard against the wall! As Mark's body bounces back off the wall, Dana raises her knee and violently bangs her knee real hard against Mark's abdomen! Mark bawls out in pain again! Dana quickly spins her whole entire body around and kung fu kicks Mark's head and body real hard to the floor! Then she bends down and grabs Mark by the neck, putting him into another choke hold! Mark also grabs Dana by the neck, putting her into a choke hold! They both have a choke hold of each other's neck as they both roll all over the place again, knocking everything down within their path again! Then they both race right towards the wall at a very fast speed! At the last second, Dana suddenly pulls back as Mark's head slams hard into the wall! Mark yells out in pain as Dana grabs his head and violently bangs her knee against Mark's head, causing Mark's entire body to flip back real hard against the floor again! Dana bends down and grabs Mark by the neck again! She pulls him up by the neck and grabs his head, putting him into another choke hold! Then she grabs Mark's entire head and violently bangs her knee and fist against Mark's head again, causing Mark's entire body to flip back down to the floor again! Dana bends down and grabs Mark by the neck again! She puts him into another choke hold! Mark grabs Dana's neck again also! They both have a choke hold of each other's neck again as they both race towards the wall again at a very fast speed! This time, Dana's head hits the wall! She falls to the floor! She is sort of woozy! Mark starts to sit on top of Dana's body as she lays face up on the floor! His face, mouth and clothes are all covered with blood as he puts his entire body weight right on top of Dana's neck and chest! Then he unzips his pants and tries to force oral sex on Dana! He tries to jam his penis into her mouth! He tries very hard to jam his penis into Dana's mouth, but is having a hard time doing so because Dana has her mouth tightly shut! Her mouth remains tightly shut as Mark tries to force his penis into her mouth! As Mark tries to force his penis into Dana's mouth, she suddenly opens her mouth wide and bites down real hard onto his penis! Mark lets out a bloodcurdling scream! He is in pain! He tries to break his penis away from Dana's teeth grip, but she will not let go! Mark continues to scream out in pain! He is in agony! He then falls his body to the floor trying to break his penis away from Dana's teeth grip, but she still keeps biting down hard onto his penis, not letting go! Dana then holds her face downwards as she continues to bite down hard onto Mark's penis! She begins to draw blood! Mark continues to scream out in pain! He pleads for mercy! He kicks his legs real hard and starts to pound his fists real hard on Dana's back, but she still will not budge! Mark tries to use any hard object he can find within his reach to slam Dana with, but still, she will not let go! Dana continues to gripe down real hard onto Mark's penis with her teeth, drawing more and more blood! Mark's entire body is shaking! His face is red and sweating in pain! He continues to holler and scream out for mercy! He is in great agony!.
1. They were just griping, mostly.
2. Anti-inflammatory, sedative and eases griping pains.
3. Aldous emerged, smiling at Kira’s old lady griping.
4. Griping his shirt with both hands, she just stood there trembling in his arms.
5. I didn‘t pay any attention to her or even to hear what she was griping about.
6. Tracy Munroe had had a belly full of the griping between the captain and the commander.
7. Yes, she told some of us one day when there was some griping about student loans and grants.
8. There are just one lunch buddy and a couple of neighbors to hang around griping and bitching with.
9. The shadow of the head and body moved, its arms slightly away from its body, griping the edge of the stone.
10. He suffered less from the deadly griping of his bowels than from the thought that she might hear them bubbling.
11. They mostly do, said the clergyman, griping hard at his breast as if afflicted with an importunate throb of pain.
12. When he wasn’t doing that he could be found in the break room griping about how little of a severance he was going to get.
13. Majorities quickly get tired of listening to any minority griping and whining about what happened to them in them in the past.
14. After first griping about being kept back and about Steve breaking the rules by not taking his GPS device he phoned his line manager to get his instructions as to what to do for the best.
15. He became aware that he was griping the arm rests as he twisted the Velcro sleeves he had put on the grips to prevent him from accidentally touching the Kelvan interface during the battle.
16. If no reactions such as soreness to the mouth, repeated belching, nausea, sickness, stomach pains, griping pains in the lower abdomen or any other distressing symptoms are experienced, you may consider the plant safe.
17. Sure, there will be some griping from people who are harmed by specific projects, but it will average out, or—like the car inspection—we can modify the project to give less harm to those paying the costs, if we have particular sympathy for their circumstances.
18. This is so out of character for them that it seems almost impossible, but apparently they even assist in the most mundane and distasteful of labors with as much stoic military discipline as any commander could ask! Imagine Dark Dragons expending their flame in flaring latrine pits! I would have thought that any of them would gladly die before submitting to such malodorous drudgery, but our witnesses have seen it with their own eyes, and reported that it was accomplished with no more griping and complaint than one would expect from any other soldiers!.
19. It is well known to your committee, and to the whole nation, that the far greater part of the officers were compelled by hard necessity to dispose of their commutation certificates at prices infinitely below their nominal amount; that this did not proceed from want of patriotism, of which they had beforehand given proofs most unequivocal, or of want of confidence in their Government; but that, after having spent the vigor of their manhood in the service of their country, they returned to the walks of civil life, (many of them maimed, and scarcely able to halt along,) ignorant of what was passing or likely to pass in the councils of their country; the griping hand of poverty bore hard upon them; and, unacquainted as they necessarily were with civil affairs, they fell an easy prey to the wiles of the artful and insidious speculator, who was lying in wait to fatten upon their hard earnings.
1. He griped the arm of the chair and.
2. Others griped about the fact that they.
3. This is not a good idea, he griped.
4. PMW, or griped about his/her predicament.
5. Rodney griped about the money she would be.
6. I told you about the hot dog bandit, griped Bru.
7. Get that fucking tarp over here, griped the same voice.
8. I won’t forget it in a hurry either, Snotty, I griped.
9. Now? Dacian griped angrily as he heard the door open again.
10. He held onto it with one hand as another griped the handle of the bike.
11. This is ridiculous, Hallen griped, irritation getting the better of him.
12. Yes, Cinder griped, the words in her next statement molding together in her.
13. Oh for pity’s sake, griped Dorro, pulling up a chair and stepping up onto it.
14. Good thing you have a privacy fence or the neighbors would have griped about the nudity.
15. Don’t they matter? Well, that’s what I griped about silently in my head as I neared Bob’s room.
16. With all of his diminished strength, Olamayiani griped Siri’s shoulders and pulled himself up a little.
17. In fact, the nursing staff continually griped about the complexity of security: passwords, PIN numbers, med codes.
18. Setting her eyes on his, she lifted the long flowing skirt with her right hand, and griped the arm rail tight with the other.
19. I wondered if in NYC we would have griped to the courtesy shop that they should start stocking plastic cups for future clients.
20. All you had to do was look out your front door, he griped, referring to the Guardian Standard’s building overlooking the St.
21. Unless he recovers quickly and regains condition we won’t have much chance, Ulbrickson had griped to the Associated Press a week before.
22. When people outside the area complained, Rwandans recalled that those who griped were those who didn’t come to the aid of the nation when it was needed, and shouldn’t be listened to.
1. Her past gripes.
2. That gripes my gut.
3. I didn’t mean to shout at you, but this gripes me all the way.
4. Dimarico clenched his jaw and ignored the growls and gripes of his crew.
5. The right of lords to refuse such requests on a whim, and blight the course of a serf’ s life, was one of the peasants ’ greatest gripes.
6. I heard the gripes of ‘what kind of role model are these two’ coming from concerned parents and I also saw the look of utter astonishment and embarrassment on my mother's face.
7. The hairy wild-bee that murmurs and hankers up and down, that gripes the full-grown lady-flower, curves upon her with amorous firm legs, takes his will of her, and holds himself tremulous and tight til he is.
8. Any hesitation after the gripes expected (1 day of gripes) should lead to hound dog ferreting with the staffs of the Chiefs and so on down the line, to get the information summarized nicely in the president’s office on time, in one week.

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