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    1. I roll to my feet and grab the sword lodged in the coffee table

    2. The bolt barely lodged itself into Vald's thigh and was flicked away like a stray crumb

    3. He risked a glance and saw a child staring out of a smudged window, finger lodged up his nostril, digging for gold

    4. Death certificates were signed and lodged with the appropriate authorities, funeral arrangements planned and paid for, paperwork sorted and solicitors engaged to deal with the minutiae of closing down a life

    5. emotion was lodged, was already functioning as best

    6. sadness was lodged in the area of her left breast

    7. emotions that were lodged in her chest, we may have

    8. will always “land” or become lodged somewhere in the

    9. of worthlessness lodged in Jean’s left ovary, where it

    10. lodged in the tissues of Jack’s forearm

    1. The place itself was nothing more than a large field with a snug old lodge in the middle of it

    2. There was a little bit of water in an excavated pool, enough to grow enough vine to cover the lodge and fill the kegs within

    3. Where Trapped Emotions Lodge

    4. find that trapped emotions lodge in an area that’s

    5. emotions to lodge in an area that has symbolic

    6. for that trapped emotion to lodge in your womb or

    7. trapped emotion may lodge in one of your shoulders

    8. Trapped emotions can lodge anywhere in the body,

    9. in your body, and sometimes they will lodge in and

    10. Where They Lodge, 64

    1. emotion lodges in the body

    2. The inauguration of the Livingson Bungalow Lodges was a step too far for that cadre of individuals who, through ignorance, fear, or arrogance had long suspected that the continued encouragement of the 'Chinaman and his squaw-woman,' by the rest of the civic population would lead to dire consequences

    3. Mandy Hill, in an exertion of will to remain civil, said, “I have just come from an inspection of the Livingson Bungalow Lodges,” she carefully phrased, “and was graciously received, properly entertained, and handsomely impressed with Livingson's sophistication and good taste

    4. He whistled a little tune and crossed the street to the lodges in search of Harry on an errand he had too long put off

    5. Livingson appeared to be oriental, and I already know the proprietress of the Lodges is an elegant Indian woman with adorable children by the way

    6. They wandered from room to room around the Lodges

    7. Next the decks at the Lodges

    8. The same for the Lodges, although the girls had taken that job over recently

    9. So he knew without his father telling him that they had deposited approximately, $5,500 from the store into the Tahoe City Bank, and $14,000 from the Lodges over the last nine years into an account at Sutro & Co

    10. They could build those lodges thirty times over and still have money in the bank

    1. levels to the lodging house, a basement, ground

    2. interior of the lodging house

    3. “Those glad tidings have, of course, caused no little disruption to our Kaitlyn's lodging arrangements in this charming hamlet

    4. I'll start at a salary of $13,400 year but in addition I'll be doing some traveling and when I travel the government pays the expenses of lodging and food

    5. The common complaint, that luxury extends itself even to the lowest ranks of the people, and that the labouring poor will not now be contented with the same food, clothing, and lodging, which satisfied them in former times, may convince us that it is not the money price of labour only, but its real recompence, which has augmented

    6. extraordinary, the dearness of house-rent is the cause of the cheapness of lodging

    7. have commonly no other means of subsistence ; and the price of the lodging must pay, not

    8. After food, clothing and lodging are the two great wants of mankind

    9. Land, in its original rude state, can afford the materials of clothing and lodging to a much greater number of people than it can feed

    10. The materials of lodging cannot always be transported to so great a distance as those of clothing, and do not so readily become an object of foreign commerce

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    lodge in English

    inn hotel house tavern cottage shelter habitation affiliation association brotherhood society accommodate quarter billet station plant install infix set settle lay

    Sinónimos para "lodge"

    auberge hostel hostelry inn lodge indian lodge hunting lodge club gild guild order social club society sir oliver joseph lodge sir oliver lodge charge file deposit stick wedge accommodate hotel house tavern cottage shelter habitation affiliation association brotherhood quarter billet station plant install infix set settle lay