Oraciones con la palabra "intimate"

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It’s as intimate as sex.
He was an intimate friend of.
He and I are intimate friends.
His intimate knowledge of the.
We had become intimate friends.
We can’t risk being intimate.
An intimate acquaintance of Mrs.

Her intimate touch unnerved him.
He is an intimate friend of mine.
If you are intimate with any.
The place was intimate, welcoming.
We want a fairly intimate occasion.
Then he moves down to my intimate.
Somehow he made it seem so intimate.
It was more informal, more intimate.
It became an intimate moment as he.
A book is the most intimate companion.
He was very intimate with her, abroad.
No feminine intimate might carry her.
Powell was an intimate friend of mine.
Grant and a new intimate friend of Mr.
T1: the intimate territory – is the.
What he did was intimate and intrusive.
She had intimate friendships with no one.
Eli had never been this intimate with me.
He said it was a very intimate experience.
The letters were tender, intimate, sacred.
When you have intimate knowledge of your.
I spoke to my penis--such is the intimate.
It was so much more intimate than Grandead.
Diet has intimate connection with the mind.
Where once most people were intimate with.
In every touch more intimate meanings hide;.
Herbert was my intimate companion and friend.
The more intimate details remained a secret.
But Max was also intimate with his secretary.
It's a fierce yet intimate betrayal to do so.
Bible often also means to be intimate with.
It somehow made everything seem more intimate.
But unlike Ava, she was not intimate with it.
It seemed very intimating to her.
He looked even more intimating without a shirt on.
GingerKat returned the greeting, intimating to the Elf, Yes.
What was Chuck intimating to me? Was it that Jamie Jordan had somehow been murdered?
West Yale Avenue, a very nice area intimating nothing suggesting hatred of food fascists.
Jackson—an assertion, which so far from intimating the obnoxious idea of a knowledge in Mr.
When your uncle received your letter intimating the contemplated union between yourself and Mr.
Jackson, by intimating that our Government had a knowledge of these circumstances, charges it with being particeps criminis.
He spoke to none of us, ate very little, and went out directly afterwards, intimating that he would not return before evening.
He spoke to none of us, ate very little, and went out directly afterwards, intimating that he should not return before evening.
Provoked by a complete refusal, she bit her lip and said, "Then shall I send Valentine to you?" The old man closed his eyes eagerly, thereby intimating that such was his wish.
The boats engine murmured loudly, intimating the power they were capable of unleashing, the long shaped bow of the speed boat dancing to the first large waves of the open sea.
I don’t necessarily hold that view, yet I think the implicit juxtaposition is important, intimating perjurers on one side of a divide (ravine? valley?) and thieves on the other.
Still smiling, the French officer spread out his hands before Gerasim’s nose, intimating that he did not understand him either, and moved, limping, to the door at which Pierre was standing.
Still smiling, the French officer spread out his hands before Gerásim’s nose, intimating that he did not understand him either, and moved, limping, to the door at which Pierre was standing.
I would not, however, be understood as intimating that this Cabinet project of invasion is impracticable, either as it respects the collection of means and instruments, or in the ultimate result.
She worked at it intimating her desire, her need, her contentment with gentle moans, with a flailing tongue, with noisy breathing and I felt happy I was aroused and erect and inside her and was providing this agony of pleasure.
Without intimating how far this consideration may have influence on my mind, under the circumstances in which that country has been lately placed, I cannot, however, but remark that it is natural for man to carry his feelings and prejudices about him.
This, however, did not pacify the volunteers; but they appointed certain of their own number, a committee, to attend to the business, and to communicate with the secretary of state direct; intimating, that the members of the committee were those whom they intended to elect for their officers.
I had no chance to talk with you, Prince, during the animated conversation in which that venerable gentleman involved me, he said with a mildly contemptuous smile, as if intimating by that smile that he and Prince Andrew understood the insignificance of the people with whom he had just been talking.
Off the record version? she said, intimating there may be a public version that she would be obligated to relay if the call were official as well as an unofficial version that was a combination of rumor and fact garnered from conversations, both participatory and overheard, meetings of the council, among other sources.
It would be recollected, however, that they had seen in the papers that France either had blockaded or did contemplate the blockade of all the ports not embraced in the British orders; and they had seen in the papers a paragraph intimating that a project existed to close the northern ports against all vessels but those of France.
And therefore the Lord speaks thus of such unthankful persons: If you have not been "faithful in that which is least, who will commit much to you?" intimating thereby unto us, that they who are unthankful to Him with respect to this short transitory life, which is His gift—the effect of His bounty—shall be most justly deprived of length of days forever and ever.
For my part, who had sincerely no intention to push the joke further than simply satisfying my curiosity with the sight of it alone, I was content, in spite of the temptation that stared me in the face, with having raised a May-pole for another to hang a garland on: for, by this time, easily reading Louisa's desires in her wishful eyes, I acted the commodious part, and made her, who sought no better sport, significant terms of encouragement to go through stitch with her adventure; intimating too that I would stay and see fair play: in which, indeed, I had in view to humour a new born curiosity, to observe what appearances active nature would put on in a natural, in the course of this her darling operation.
Reia intimated, But be careful.
Quincy having intimated to the House that Mr.
Erskine's powers is not so much as intimated.
His Holiness has intimated as much himself.
Threats of possible further action were intimated.
The doctor intimated they were lucky he hadn’t.
Slyme intimated that he desired the latter arrangement.
Frequently not all as urgent as K intimated, or stated.
But I am not convinced she knew as much as she intimated.
Still, she might have intimated a thing or two to my father.
And so far he had not intimated he had anything to give to me.
He has never openly discredited Hurd, but he has intimated it.
Russell's powers, and the want of an act of Congress is intimated.
President David intimated her with threat to book her for rebellion.
Charlie's wife could be pushy and, when she intimated that Susan was.
Suppose the spirit of man does go upward as here intimated, and as Eccl.
A number of people have intimated that she’s had a number of affairs.
Andrew intimated that Peter had seen things which were not real before.
But you intimated that this man might possibly be charged with these crimes.
The persons to be intimated are in the following order with their telephone.
He intimated, ere I left, that he’d bring his festive accouterments with him.
He intimated his contempt of the offer with a backward motion of his head, and.
Will you please observe that it is not intimated that any one dies in that lake.
He assumed that had been the, ‘brought to justice’ that the recording intimated.
Diana intimated that this would be a different parting from any they had ever yet known.
She intimated that she thought it might have been connected to one of your dad’s cases.
Her aunt noticed and realised that there was more to this Zarko than her niece intimated.
And then she remembered something Nolan had intimated as they all stood at the front door.
More he did not know, and, breaking into propitiatory smiles, he intimated that he was hungry and thirsty.
He also intimated that if I screwed-up and brought him any grief I’d never work again for the department.
It is a sad thing to say, and we have already intimated it, that, at eight years of age, her heart was cold.
Ken couldn’t see the sergeant’s face in the darkness of the parka hood, but the voice intimated more than the words.
Edward has already intimated that he would like to bestow membership on me, although if truth be told I fail to see why.
They must not complain if, as has recently been intimated, envious novelists misrepresent them and their customs and traditions.
The French Emperor has been extolled, and his mode of conducting wars has been more than intimated as being worth our imitation.
Well, Pooh-Bah said all these things, and when asked whether he really meant it, intimated his readiness to give the subject more of.
As for those who rode with Harlow in the last coach, most of them, as has been already intimated, were men of similar character to himself.
Sawkins said that would be a very good way to put it, and they finished their beer just as the landlord intimated that it was closing time.
I was always willingly of service to the old soul; and he intimated pretty plainly a sense of obligation which would show itself in his will.
As for Linden's sons, the Guardians intimated their Intention of compelling them to contribute towards the cost of their parents' maintenance.
I glanced at these intimates of the usurper.
Peter intimates, their case was a hard one.
Jackson, of the first of November, he intimates to Mr.
Reversed: The reversed Queen of Wands intimates easily.
In my opinion, this intimates that if every ant in the colony.
And many other valiant warriors are resolved, Duryodhan intimates.
Our common intimacies made us intimates for all practical purposes.
Briggs intimates that the answer to his application was not from Mr.
Death, indeed, as the original word intimates, signifies separation from God.
In addition, the myth intimates we were highly developed animals prior to becoming human.
He was evidently not accustomed to intimates in attics, and unexpected crumbs startled him.
Peter intimates thereby that infants cannot be saved unless they repent; which is impossible.
Sir, I have no doubt the gentleman from North Carolina has had a communication such as he intimates.
Can any thing be more palpable than this? He expresses this idea in still stronger terms when he intimates that Mr.
O ye who believe! Take not for intimates others than your folk, who would spare no pains to ruin you: they love to hamper you.
O ye who believe! Take not for intimates others than your own folk, who would spare no pains to ruin you; they love to hamper you.
But the gentleman intimates that the politics of Maryland have undergone a great change, and that the party formerly uppermost, is now under.
When the Inspector intimates that he wants to continue this interrogation tomorrow morning Stephen tries to persuade him that I should be allowed to go home.
In these cases a man is not compelled to ask of thought the question what is a finger? for the sight never intimates to the mind that a finger is other than a finger.
He gave rendezvous for the morning hours to his men friends, so that even while he painted he was attended by one or another of a dozen intimates, who amused and diverted him.
I always admired and honored my father, but we were never true intimates; I knew that he loved me, but I felt as if it was not for my own sake; as if he loved something in my soul that was strange to me.
Also, at the suggestion of one of her intimates, Elia Kazan, Marilyn would begin taking additional acting classes with renowned drama teacher Michael Chekhov, known for his acting technique called The Method.
That night and the night after, wherever she went always in her own little circle of intimates, she brought a moment of Joy, such as strikes deep to the heart on the river's bank when the kingfisher suddenly flares across the water.
All this loving-kindness shall be shown the so-called heathen, notwithstanding the unfortunate declaration of the record which intimates that the triumphant Son `shall break them with a rod of iron and dash them to pieces like a potter's vessel.
Nixon’s rebuffs—his rudeness, as Butterfield repeatedly calls it—set the conditions for him so he could step away and not feel the intense loyalty of other presidential intimates who had attached themselves, their careers and future to Nixon.
He is aware of the absurdity of mankind framing their whole lives according to Homer; just as in the Phaedrus he intimates the absurdity of interpreting mythology upon rational principles; both these were the modern tendencies of his own age, which he deservedly ridicules.
Is not the soul, yuch>, more than meat, and the body than raiment?’—Our Lord by this last question intimates that if His hearers neglected the kingdom of God on account of meat and drink, they would lose their lives, body and soul, in the world to come, and therefore.
To his few intimates who were intimate enough to question him about his come-down from his Chicago splendors, he explained that with advancing years he was seeing with clearer eyes his responsibilities as a steward of the Lord, that luxury was sinful, and no man had the right to waste the Lord’s gifts that way.
I listened to and utilized in this work thirty-five previously unpublished taped interviews and conversations with Marilyn intimates such as Jim Dougherty, Ida Bolender, Wayne Bolender, and costars such as Jane Russell, Betty Grable, and Lauren Bacall, all of which Ms Reed generously had transferred from reel-to-reel format to cassette for my convenience.
I was not concerned to impress the new freshmen who, like their London sisters were here being launched in Society; there were strange faces now at every party and I, who a few months back had been voracious of new acquaintances, now felt surfeited; even our small circle of intimates, so lively in the summer sunshine, seemed dimmed and muted now in the pervading fog, the river-borne twilight that softened and obscured all that year for me.
Rex's age was greatly in his favour, for among Julia's friends there was a kind of gerontophilic snobbery; young men were held to be gauche and pimply; it was thought very much more chic to be seen lunching alone at the Ritz - a thing, in any case, allowed to few girls of that day, to the tiny circle of Julia's intimates; a thing looked at askance by the elders who kept the score, chatting pleasantly against the walls of the ballrooms - at the table on the left as you came in, with a starched and wrinkled old roué whom your mother had be warned of as a girl, than than in the centre of the room with a party of exuberant young bloods.
But is this equally true of the greatness and smallness of the fingers? Can sight adequately perceive them? and is no difference made by the circumstance that one of the fingers is in the middle and another at the extremity? And in like manner does the touch adequately perceive the qualities of thickness or thinness, of softness or hardness? And so of the other senses; do they give perfect intimations of such matters? Is not their mode of operation on this wise--the sense which is concerned with the quality of hardness is necessarily concerned also with the quality of softness, and only intimates to the soul that the same thing is felt to be both hard and soft?
Come my boys and girls, my women, household and intimates,.

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