Oraciones con la palabra "revolve"

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1. On this our live revolve.
2. The room began to revolve.
3. Does The Universe Really Revolve.
4. You ever revolve in this mortal dice.
5. The core of your workout should revolve.
6. We have to revolve around the divine will.
7. Love makes the world revolve and as it spins.
8. But it will mostly revolve around these groups.
9. The flashing light began to revolve, cherry red.
10. Instead: everything began to revolve around themselves.
11. All of our marketing efforts revolve around just one site.
12. GARP analysis tends to revolve around a very short-run focus.
13. Yes, it’s great, Beth! His dark form continued to revolve.
14. And it starts to revolve and revolve this fabrication in its mind.
15. The major fact-finding activities revolve around five key axes: 1.
16. The red police bubble on top of their cruiser had begun to revolve.
17. Most Vatican deceptions revolve around hiding the true nature of life.
18. Your risk-management plan should revolve around keeping losses small.
19. We will not revolve or resolve the question of the Source of happiness.
20. But the literal definition of revolution is to revolve or turn around.
21. Suddenly she became aware of a faintness and the room began to revolve.
22. That life ends before it really begins; destined to revolve eternally in circles.
23. The frame, holding the cylinder (d) is, by its opposite sides, so hung as to revolve.
24. Zorba does not revolve around its two suns, On the contrary, they revolve around Zorba.
25. We know there’s no one out there, William, the universe does not revolve around you.
26. I mean, why should they, really? Our world does not revolve the same way as theirs does.
27. He closed his eyes and started to revolve in his mind again the day that was gone and the.
28. It found the pearl of flesh in its folds at the upper juncture, pressed, began to revolve.
29. Understanding that the knowledge and perceptions of these flows revolve between space-time.
30. This may be hard for you to swallow, but the Twittersphere does not revolve around you! The.
31. Offenders with personality disorder think that all relationships revolve entirely around them.
32. Sometimes in the comics a whole story will revolve around a hero trying to maintain his secret I.
33. The most successful strategies all revolve around technology stocks with the cheapest valuations.
34. Christianized and revolve around Judeo-Christian and Kabbalistic interpretations, those who seek.
35. The primary failure of theorists who expect unlimited parallel universes seems to revolve around.
36. And Dorian’s household was set up to revolve around two points, the lesser one very clearly being me.
37. He slashed thru that with an eraser, shifted the equator and had the eye revolve with the bundle on the axis.
38. A picture was starting to revolve around the dark shapes that moved in the shadows behind Gareth in the memory.
39. But you’re so self-centered that you insist everything has to revolve around you—and when you realize that.
40. I thought to find one stubborn, at the least; but my one cogged circle fits into all their various wheels, and they revolve.
41. This engine will have two cylinders of seventeen inches diameter and eighteen inch stroke; they will revolve fifty times a minute.
42. Us humans are actually still the Kings of the Universe, and everything and everybody else revolve around us and our sanctified planet.
43. The MCT analysis would revolve around studies of the markets for distressed debt and macro statistics about overall rates of money defaults.
44. Most of our chats are dull and revolve around mundane topics but occasionally we'll get involved in a deep conversation that goes on for hours.
45. The ―All‖ is like a large sun, with five universes revolving around it, the same way the planets in our solar system revolve around our sun.
46. The example of them is as that of a man, who stands before a box containing sights that revolve one after another in succession until they finish.
47. She hates her for that and many of the client’s reactive behaviors, deep wounds and present situation revolve around her relationship with her Mother.
48. Opposite, top: Cattlemen are a breed unto themselves; their fortunes revolve around weather, the health of their herd, the price of feed, and the economy.
49. Round and round, then, and ever contracting towards the button-like black bubble at the axis of that slowly wheeling circle, like another Ixion I did revolve.
50. God! Each and every sermon focused primarily on God and I couldn't recall a single sermon where the pastor had ever had the entire message revolve around politics.
51. Experience has also taught us that the vast majority of misjudgments often revolve around being in bed with the wrong management, rather than purely financial factors.
52. His words and attitude always suppose a better state of things than other men are acquainted with, and he will be the last man to be disappointed as the ages revolve.
53. But always the jouncing and rumbling of the chariot brought his thoughts back to revolve with maddening monotony about the treachery of Amalrus and the sorcery of Tsotha.
54. If it weren’t for television, sports, and videos, you’d all go mad within weeks! You believe that all things revolve around you’re ethnocentric, myopic view of the world.
55. We cannot ask from earth that why it is revolving around the sun because the earth has to revolve around the sun, it makes no difference whether there is any reason for it or not.
56. Most of these issues revolve around economics, accessibility, intellectual property, the underlying infrastructure, and the commitment and active role of management in setting policy.
57. Most KM initiatives revolve around knowledge workers, whether they’re interacting with customers directly, indirectly through computer systems, or with other knowledge workers and managers.
58. Here you can do many good deeds that shall revolve before your sight in the hereafter, and through which you are promoted from one state to a higher one, and from one paradise to a higher one.
59. These environmental habitats all rotates and revolve around and over our lives and therefore their conditions could never be grasped by our potentials that have to rely and rest across their spheres.
60. The first revolve around individual companies, such as earnings misses, unexpected news, M&A activity, restructurings and legal issues—things that can make prices and valuations change relatively quickly.
61. This is an occasional occurrence, and the interests of the company itself revolve around being able to market common stock at all rather than around the price at which common can be marketed (an OPMI interest).
62. Again, I find it amusing to refer to particle physics, where the electrons revolve so rapidly around the nucleus that they cannot be pinpointed at any given moment and can only be described as a vertiginous cloud.
63. So, is it possible that the earth may revolve by itself or that the seasons recur regularly and the rain fall in every year in certain times by themselves, or there must be a great Hand that directs and moves them?
64. It was better still to see Amy pay him the daughterly duty and affection which completely won his old heart, and best of all, to watch Laurie revolve about the two, as if never tired of enjoying the pretty picture they made.
65. Should we argue as did the ancients that the earth is flat, and as some do today, and introduce for proof that the sun, moon, and stars revolve around it, we would be pursuing the same course as is relied upon to endless torment.
66. I have only confessed this to a handful of people since it occurred, for it always has the same effect--the listener fears me, is disgusted by me, for most of the theories regarding the Murmurers somehow revolve around them being.
67. Would it be possible for the earth to revolve by itself, for the seasons to recur regularly by themselves, and for the rain to fall every year at certain times by itself? Must there not be a great Hand that directs and moves them?
68. In yet another example, many meditative techniques revolve around ideas like focusing attention on a part of the body or on the breath as it goes in and out of the body; again, this is designed to achieve a single-point focus of attention.
69. Without Galileo discovering the sun did not revolve around the Earth, mankind would not have been able to invent all of the insane distractions and technology which is designed only to avoid facing the actual problems humans have here on Earth.
70. If you like to watch modern movies, especially those that revolve around trash compacting robots, stories about toys and talking cars, then you like visual effects and if you like visual effects then you appreciate a great deal of applied math.
71. One wheel slowly moved, another was set in motion, and a third, and wheels began to revolve faster and faster, levers and cogwheels to work, chimes to play, figures to pop out, and the hands to advance with regular motion as a result of all that activity.
72. Now, was there anyone else in the club car when you met them? Anyone that may have noticed their behaviour? After all, he concluded, the more witnesses the better, especially since the case seemed to revolve around the couple’s disturbed relationship.
73. The human (English) word ‘day’ describes the behaviour of the Earth in relation to the Sun where it takes 24 hours (humans’ measure for time) for the earth to revolve once on its axis, giving us a period of darkness and a period of light, which we term ‘one full day’.
74. Nature has provided us all with ample amount of substance and products so as to practice and train upon these kinds of matter format in order to maintain and retain our kind of formations over which we revolve into various other spheres by using and utilizing them all over here.
75. Who gave power to the electrons to revolve? Who gave life to the cell or the protoplasm? What is that power that unites atoms to, from molecules? Who gave intelligence to the cells to secrete milk or bile or gastric juice from the blood? Scientists are still observing and experimenting.
76. The differences in the various schools seem to revolve around three philosophical concepts: whether people are independent or interdependent; whether the universe is friendly or indifferent to the individual and his or her fellow humans; and whether the best of humanity is of the heart or the head.
77. If the discount of market price for Toyota Industries common relative to Toyota Industries net asset value (NAV), which was based largely on the market value of securities held in Toyota Industries’ portfolio, were to be explained, the explanation would probably revolve around investor expectations.
78. Academic theories that OPMI prices are right, or correct, prices in nonarbitrage markets and therefore good allocators of resources revolve in part around a view that if the OPMI price is wrong, sophisticated investors who know real value will come into the OPMI market and, through their buying, make the price right or correct.
79. To acquaint us with the earth’s revolve which brings us the night, and with the part played by the night in generating these boons, God gives us the following Verse so that we may think of this sign – in addition to the previous signs – so that our belief will grow deeper and deeper, until we completely surrender to our Creator.
80. Once the individual had passed into a blissful unconsciousness, the cubical would revolve and, either a lethal injection would be administered and the body passed on to an airtight skip for collection when full or, if the assets of the body were required, it would be further anesthetised and preserved in a drug induced state of hibernation for harvesting.
81. If Galileo had never discovered that the sun does not revolve around the Earth: the Earth would be kept as the most sacred, the most important place in the Universe, and mankind would never have spent untold hundreds of trillions of dollars upon useless pointless scientific projects and ventures which have not returned one single useful; thing back to their investors except useless tidbits of useless facts which have no application and no use to any human ever born.
82. So long as men were convinced that every word of the Bible was a distinct revelation from God, that there was no element of human limitation in its pages, and therefore that its statements on the visible universe were of as much authority as its declarations respecting redemption, they looked upon the heavens not only with the outward eye of sense, but with the inner eye of faith in the Ptolemaic astronomy, which makes the earth a plane, and the centre around which revolve sun, moon, and stars—a view of matters confirmed to the observer both by his senses and by the 'authority of Holy Writ.
83. As for the twelve portals in the Heaven at the ends of the Earth out of which go out the sun moon and stars and all the works of Heaven in the east and in the west There are many windows open to the left and right of them and one window at its appointed season produces warmth corresponding as these do to those doors from which the stars come out according as He has commanded them and wherein they set corresponding to their number; And I saw chariots in the Heaven running in the world above those portals in which revolve the stars that never set; And one is larger than all the rest and it is that that makes its course through the entire world.
84. As for the twelve portals in the Heaven, at the ends of the Earth, out of which go out the sun, moon, and stars, and all the works of Heaven in the east and in the west, There are many windows open to the left and right of them, and one window at its appointed season produces warmth, corresponding as these do to those doors from which the stars come out according as He has commanded them, and wherein they set corresponding to their number; And I saw chariots in the Heaven, running in the world, above those portals in which revolve the stars that never set; And one is larger than all the rest, and it is that that makes its course through the entire world.
85. For they belong to the reckoning of the year and are truly recorded thereon forever one in the first portal and one in the third and one in the fourth and one in the sixth and the year is completed in three hundred and sixty four days; And the account of it is accurate and the recorded reckoning of it exact; for the luminaries and months and festivals and years and days has Uriel shown and revealed to me to whom the Lord of the whole creation of the world has subjected the host of Heaven; And he has power over night and day in the Heaven to cause the light to give light to men the sun moon and stars and all the powers of the Heaven which revolve in their circular chariots; And these are the orders of the stars which set in their places and in their seasons and festivals and months; And these are the names of those who lead them who watch that they enter at their times in their orders in their seasons in their months in their periods of dominion and in their positions.
86. For they belong to the reckoning of the year and are truly recorded thereon forever, one in the first portal and one in the third, and one in the fourth and one in the sixth, and the year is completed in three hundred and sixty four days; And the account of it is accurate and the recorded reckoning of it exact; for the luminaries, and months and festivals, and years and days, has Uriel shown and revealed to me, to whom the Lord of the whole creation of the world has subjected the host of Heaven; And he has power over night and day in the Heaven to cause the light to give light to men the sun, moon, and stars, and all the powers of the Heaven which revolve in their circular chariots; And these are the orders of the stars, which set in their places, and in their seasons and festivals and months; And these are the names of those who lead them, who watch that they enter at their times, in their orders, in their seasons, in their months, in their periods of dominion, and in their positions.
87. Nor is it consistent with itself: thus the boa-constrictor has rudiments of hind limbs and of a pelvis, and if it be said that these bones have been retained "to complete the scheme of nature," why, as Professor Weismann asks, have they not been retained by other snakes, which do not possess even a vestige of these same bones? What would be thought of an astronomer who maintained that the satellites revolve in elliptic courses round their planets "for the sake of symmetry," because the planets thus revolve round the sun? An eminent physiologist accounts for the presence of rudimentary organs, by supposing that they serve to excrete matter in excess, or matter injurious to the system; but can we suppose that the minute papilla, which often represents the pistil in male flowers, and which is formed of mere cellular tissue, can thus act? Can we suppose that rudimentary teeth, which are subsequently absorbed, are beneficial to the rapidly growing embryonic calf by removing matter so precious as phosphate of lime? When a man's fingers have been amputated, imperfect nails have been known to appear on the stumps, and I could as soon believe that these vestiges of nails are developed in order to excrete horny matter, as that the rudimentary nails on the fin of the manatee have been developed for this same purpose.
1. The earth is ever revolving.
2. Revolving shafts can catch onto.
3. Interest paid on Revolving debt.
4. Revolving yellow lights sit on the.
5. He turned slowly on the revolving chair.
6. You discovered that by revolving your hands.
7. Jacob squinted at a sign by the revolving door.
8. Interpretation: revolving around the point—.
9. Things should not have been revolving around me.
10. Harvey hadn’t pushed through the revolving door.
11. Then they were split apart by the revolving line.
12. That is revolving by the order of Heaven�s will.
13. Guy Street, but without sirens or revolving lights.
14. Lawrence spun the revolving chamber with his thumb.
15. She stared up at the slowly revolving map before her.
16. For it the revolving cycles truly and steadily roll'd.
17. Such appears to be the revolving engine invented by Mr.
18. With a burst of might I began revolving into windmills.
19. She passed through the revolving door and into the hotel.
20. An ambulance with sirens blaring and lights revolving was.
21. As it approached it could be seen that it was also revolving.
22. There is a revolving door between the exchange and Washington.
23. A hushed silence was in place around the revolving universe as.
24. Every particle of our being is revolving around this divine sun.
25. Colt’s revolving pistol was only an improvement, an advantage.
26. Fortunately for her the milk in the revolving churn at that moment.
27. The revolving movement ceases after the early growth of each shoot.
28. The pain in my stomach was growing like a fist revolving my insides.
29. There were six glass doors and a large revolving door at the far end.
30. Revolving thought, and exercised affections had banished some of the.
31. With the room slowly revolving, it felt like she was suspended in air.
32. I refer to the whirlpool of events in which, at the time, I was revolving.
33. The officer shined a light on me then turned on the revolving siren lights.
34. By the time he was pushing through the revolving doors of the hotel it was 4.
35. Himself is the greatest server-- for He keeps the wheel of life revolving, not.
36. Sam turned and went through the revolving doors, knowing it was for the last time.
37. Charles Halloway, sipping his third coffee, turned slightly on the revolving stool.
38. Then I remembered that I’m not normally a revolving ball floating above my body.
39. About another 49k was in business store cards including, Dell revolving credit for.
40. God be with you! he said and he disappeared through the revolving glass doorway.
41. The revolving images of both elongated crystals floated out from the central diamond.
42. The revolving engine makes up in activity what in other engines is supplied by magnitude.
43. They managed to turn without really moving, like a couple of statues revolving on plinths.
44. Mid-level buildings are revolving doors, short‐term leases, for rent on the lobby windows.
45. Interest paid on Revolving debt The interest paid on revolving debt is like negative income.
46. As we roll along the dirt road,222 Bessie's hooves and the revolving buggy wheels combine to.
47. On the day of my initial grilling, I awoke in the suburbs and found the room was revolving.
48. This time the ax sank inches deep into the polished floor close to Ascalante's revolving legs.
49. She tried another door, then wanted to kick herself for not going to the revolving door first.
50. Soon all the inside seemed on fire; the ball was spinning, or the lights within were revolving.
51. By the third hour of the Black and White Night filming, everything in the room was revolving.
52. Headlong they went down the steps together, in a revolving whirl of limbs and heads and bodies.
53. The revolving brass doors gave way to a flush of warm air that brushed off the cold of the street.
54. Movies and dramas are revolving around the topics of money, power, food, sex, violence and glamour.
55. It was clearly visible with the twilight, the tiny dust particles were revolving with the foul air.
56. For a moment I felt that Sunita and I got married and we were revolving the sacred fire seven times.
57. Every time these thoughts were only revolving in the axis of my mind, and a strong desired to succeed.
58. If we all stopped revolving around it, there wouldn’t be a center of revolution anymore, would there?
59. Sometimes, however, a single relationship will repeat itself, turning its revolving wheel again and again.
60. The lights we all saw were the twin revolving searchlights on the starboard side of the Forty-one’s cabin.
61. That’s why I have his shoes with me- Bob’s shoes will be revolving around in head spins tomorrow night!.
62. The man stopped a few feet away, scratched the tip of his nose as he thought, then pointed to the revolving door.
63. He enters through the revolving door because he knows demons are afraid of it, and already he feels the eyes on him.
64. They drifted on and came to a second came round the bend almost in the middle of the stream, revolving as it did so.
65. We appeared opposite The Buzzcocks, revolving into view, already playing the opening bars of This Year’s Girl.
66. She exited the mixing area and walked through an empty corridor leading to a white revolving door with small glass windows.
67. It smacked the metal arm and pivoted the thing skyward, revolving in an arc until it slammed back into the body of the Griever.
68. It should have remained the tennis courts revolving on matches, switching courts after points, bringing an irrefutable contest.
69. There were many speculations, revolving in my mind again and again that if SP sir would reject me like he had rejected Gauri didi.
70. On the Revolving Steam-Engine, recently invented by Samuel Morey, and Patented to him on the 14th July, 1815, with four Engravings.
71. Our solar system (planets revolving around the sun) was created through the extraordinary enormous and complex cosmic interactions 4.
72. Remember: an Astro physicist can find an exo-planet within the millions of galaxies in the solar system revolving around a single star.
73. If you had, you might even now still be enjoying your millions of dollars and the constantly revolving line of new female acquisitions.
74. Even now, when I am gravely revolving the matter, it is almost impossible to realize that the cause of all our trouble is still existent.
75. There are big issues revolving around the loss of a father, such as the absence of a disciplinarian or an authoritative figure in the home.
76. I had a friend helping with the business and we took Tony to dinner at that revolving restaurant overlooking Canberra as a thank you gesture.
77. At ground level, the inspector’s having no luck with the building’s revolving door, which any idiot could have told him would be locked.
78. Politicians come and go, passing through the revolving doors of power and celebrity, and sometimes even infamy, like eels sliding from a barrel.
79. The ―All‖ is like a large sun, with five universes revolving around it, the same way the planets in our solar system revolve around our sun.
80. Separately, Berkshire Hathaway signed a credit agreement with Media General for a $400 million term loan and a $45 million revolving credit line.
81. Along one side of the field the whole wain went, the arms of the mechanical reaper revolving slowly, till it passed down the hill quite out of sight.
82. Seven Small Wheels revolving; one giving birth to the other – Souls of Seven Plans, the Higher Planes "feed" by their Ether the lower – give birth.
83. I recalled all of the horror movies I had seen revolving around haunted houses, and this house could have been pulled directly from one of those films.
84. Complexity revolving drug abuse and definition has become increasingly clear and several efforts have been done to look of the right meaning both terms.
85. A revolving space station: a ring slowly spinning around a central cylindrical axis, slightly converging in the middle, four tunnels leading to this point.
86. Morey's engine should rather be denominated a revolving engine than a rotatory one, especially as it is essentially different from one so called invented by Mr.
87. The Earth is situated in the exact center-point of the Infinite Universe, and the entire Infinite Universe is revolving at an incredible speed as a single unit.
88. The fully restored Roadster parked in front of the revolving glass doors near the valet station provided an extra touch of class for which the club was renowned.
89. Remains of arms, legs and human heads were standing out in the surface that was showing a slow revolving movement as if the weight of its iniquities was too heavy.
90. You start to notice the curve of the earth and then you are out in space staring at the awesome sight of your planet slowly and majestically revolving beneath you.
91. The heliocentric vision (from the Greek: helios - sun, center) placed the sun at the center of the system and the Earth as one of the planets revolving around the star.
92. At intervals, he ran close up to the revolving border of the confusion, and prying into the heart of it with his pike, sought to prick out the object of his resentment.
93. The Federal Reserve's most recent G-19 Consumer Credit report states that revolving credit (like credit card debt) for August continues to increase at an annual rate of 8%.
94. The whole had one motion, but while this was revolving in one direction the seven inner circles were moving in the opposite, with various degrees of swiftness and slowness.
95. Yet, it may be that I shall be able to stop myself from revolving if once I can succeed in rendering myself an exact account of what has happened within the month just past.
96. In these two latter classes the stems have generally, but not always, lost the power of twining, though they retain the power of revolving, which the tendrils likewise possess.
97. We cannot ask from earth that why it is revolving around the sun because the earth has to revolve around the sun, it makes no difference whether there is any reason for it or not.
98. The thing that distinguished it from other similar edifices around that part of the capital is the famous revolving sign outside which announces it is the home of New Scotland Yard.
99. As soon as the lower part of a stem strikes against any object and is stopped, the upper part still goes on bending and revolving, and thus necessarily twines round and up the support.
100. With the two occupants of the Fiat now inside the hotel, Erik hurried to it and went through the revolving glass doors, adopting a more nonchalant pace once inside the lobby of the hotel.
1. Once more the wheel revolved.
2. It revolved on its base and had a.
3. Everything revolved around his absence.
4. Below revolved the ivory bodies of men.
5. The wheel revolved, and stopped at thirty.
6. His whole life had revolved along this river.
7. It seemed the drama that revolved around he.
8. The wheel revolved, and stopped at twenty-four.
9. The design was such that when it revolved you.
10. Everything for the next several weeks revolved.
11. And so my madness revolved around the clock face.
12. The ideas revolved around quality instead of cost.
13. Everything revolved around these elements of nature.
14. Fruit Flies revolved around him, blanketing the air.
15. Later that evening, all discussions revolved around.
16. Wall trapped emotions all revolved around his birth.
17. And as it revolved it grew, expanded, became nebulous.
18. Unspoken, the rebuttal revolved around in Chuck’s head.
19. The churn revolved as usual, but the butter would not come.
20. Notice how everything revolved around food? Yes, that part of.
21. My life revolved around him and I didn’t mind, I still don’t.
22. A lot of questions revolved over my head while the day had the answers.
23. Their chat had revolved mainly around safe subjects: the MacArthurs’ D.
24. The altar did not come off the ground, but it revolved suddenly on its side.
25. His plans for the future revolved around his mate, his child, and his tribe.
26. He was the one around whom everything revolved, even if he was rarely there.
27. The dinner revolved around stories of the past holidays and a lot of laughter.
28. I haven’t seen him all day, yet my whole day’s events revolved around him.
29. Its principal problem seemed to have revolved around a poor financial position.
30. Each night revolved around campfires and hours upon hours of music and singing.
31. People used to think that the earth was flat or that the sun revolved around the earth.
32. His speculations recurrently revolved about the oracle chamber and its cryptic occupant.
33. His thoughts constantly revolved around his sense of failure and guilt, and more and more.
34. Farther along the bank, The Eye, revolved its slow way around its axis like an old watermill.
35. As I ran down the passage, my sister’s door was unlocked, and revolved slowly upon its hinges.
36. In whatever circle of ideas Marius revolved, he always returned to a certain horror for Jean Valjean.
37. What would the state of humanity be in the case that the earth had revolved too slowly or too quickly?
38. As the chariot in which he lay rumbled over the meadowlands, his mind revolved maddeningly about his defeat.
39. While my dinner revolved, I took off my shoes, put my gun away, and went in to see Julie, who was sleeping deeply.
40. My world normally revolved around the empty hours of chaotic imagination, but now I had other people to think about.
41. The proceedings revolved around pollution of the water supply due to the proximity of a tannery in Woburn, Massachusetts.
42. I revolved many projects, but that on which I finally fixed was to enter the dwelling when the blind old man should be alone.
43. On the way up to the roof Legion had revealed his strategy, and it wasn’t an understatement to say that it revolved around her.
44. The kitchen, without doubt, was the center of creation, all things revolved about it; it was the pediment that sustained the temple.
45. Cakes and biscuits were served and the conversation again revolved around the adventures met during their last several months apart.
46. These ignitions collided violently and revolved around each other until mutual resistance gave way to a breach in Antarloka’s mesh.
47. Our household revolved around my father, his moods, his needs, his expectations and his neuroses, recalled his daughter, Susan.
48. At the moment that I was going to open it, the sound of a latch that revolved alerted us of the presence of someone entering the room.
49. Barnes looked appalled and then incredulous, as if I’d somehow challenged the idea that the planets revolved around her and not the sun.
50. Not surprisingly most of the dinner conversation revolved around the abortive revolution of the Tenocha and the accession of the new Khan.
51. He breathed with a sort of muffledness; then seemed troubled in the nose; then revolved over once or twice; then sat up and rubbed his eyes.
52. The locked room, about which the spiritual life of the house revolved in former times, was known from that time on as the chamberpot room.
53. It revolved around whether the computer could be trusted to check the computer's activities, and there were certainly arguments for and against.
54. The wheel revolved while the Grandmother sat as bolt upright, and with as proud and quiet a mien, as though she had not the least doubt of winning.
55. Galileo scientifically proved that the Earth revolved around the sun, and thus the idea that the universe revolved around the Earth was overturned.
56. Most of Timmy and Walter’s conversations revolved around leaving the estate in some way with talk of dream jobs and money never far from their lips.
57. As everything turned upon her, and revolved about her, they went out under the plane-tree, and she carried the wine down for the special benefit of Mr.
58. Eulalie wanted—not possession of the earth, but to be the earth, and to be duly revolved around by friends, relatives and countless planetary lovers.
59. If Mars revolved a little faster, raising the gravity to 50% of Earth's then Mars would be able to sustain an atmosphere of Nitrogen and oxygen and the.
60. Just roll your hands over and over slowly like this, And the old man slowly revolved his hands around an imaginary point in front of him; the younger man imitated.
61. If a patient presented with heavy substance use, suicidal thoughts, and their entire household revolved around drug use, the patient was in need of in-patient treatment.
62. The whole dispute revolved around whether disclosure of an ephemeral expense ought to be made in the income account or in the footnotes to the financial statements.
63. Bob revolved around about ten times, with his hospital gown covering his body from his waist to his head with his underwear and bald and boney legs showing and everything.
64. The argument revolved around what multiple of cash flow parks would sell for and what that would subsequently do for the balance sheet and cash-flow statement of the parent.
65. But everyone cared violently about hurting Melanie or India and the storm revolved around them, rather than Scarlett, centering upon the one question—Did India lie?
66. He had much more serious business to attend to and right now every ounce of that business revolved around his urinal mate, the man slouched over the trough two feet to his left.
67. He did four in a row at best, but I could tell that his legs were dragging on the floor as he revolved around, so it did not equal our boy Mojo’s Atomic Flares, and that was for sure.
68. For some reason they took this game very seriously and the social order often times revolved around which child could dominate this seemingly innocuous game played with a red rubber ball.
69. He even made a special series of videos to show on his body and as he slowly revolved under the hot studio lights, as he turned from judge to judge, each programme was revealed in all of its glory.
70. The politics of the late republic revolved around the optimates and populares; each contained groups of factions and ambitious individuals whose objectives remained unchanged: the acquisition and use of power.
71. The Manxman took the reel, and holding it high up, by the projecting handle-ends of the spindle, round which the spool of line revolved, so stood with the angular log hanging downwards, till Ahab advanced to him.
72. More recently, I was involved with another incident, which revolved around another credit card, a phone bill, the attorney general of my state, some culprit yet to be identified and an internet service provider (ISP).
73. Everybody played their parts but hands down, when Fandango jumped back out there and revolved a million more times around without falling and then leaping to his feet with might for his ending, we all knew we had won.
74. It wasn’t like her to feel selfish, but as she finally dried her eyes, she said aloud to herself, why did you have to die, you know that I am useless on my own, my whole world revolved around you and the company you worked for.
75. The authors’ most successful investments have revolved around being in bed with superior managements who were able to be opportunistic on a long-term basis, say five years or so, in taking advantage of the resources in the business.
76. When I made this prediction, I knew of only one imperfect case, namely, of the young flower-peduncles of a Maurandia which revolved slightly and irregularly, like the stems of twining plants, but without making any use of this habit.
77. Strat, whose real name was Steve, was an ancient sixty year old rock legend in his own teatime, a small rotund man who resembled Grandpa Smurf and whose stories always revolved around shagging, usually the first words out of his mouth, being.
78. Since leaving Auckland he had completed a mental replay of the entire Clegg drama, exploring again every line of inquiry, going over every piece in the puzzle, every dead end to eventually reach the same conclusions as those on which the basis of the inquiry now revolved.
79. A central theme of the Buddha’s “dharma” (which roughly translates to “teaching”) revolved around the very word that had been wafting through my consciousness when I used to lie on my office couch, pondering the unpredictability of television news: “impermanence.
80. For, by this time, so spent was he by loss of blood, that he helplessly rolled away from the wreck he had made; lay panting on his side, impotently flapped with his stumped fin, then over and over slowly revolved like a waning world; turned up the white secrets of his belly; lay like a log, and died.
81. Even though I was in the midst of breakin’, even though I was spinning around on my head, I was clearly thinking to myself as I revolved around: I did it! I made it! I transitioned into head spins from windmills! Something I had only done but a couple of times before in my basement during practice sessions.
82. Then Hunter and the bearers resumed their former position, mid they passed through the open gate and up to the door of the church, where they were received by the clerk - a man in a rusty black cassock, who stood by while they carried the coffin in and placed it on a kind of elevated table which revolved on a pivot.
83. The investment analysis of the GMAC Debentures revolved around the fact that it would have been utterly unreasonable to conclude that these issues were being acquired at prices that represented a market bottom or even anything close to a market bottom, because the OPMI consensus, which could have proved right, was that the near-term outlooks were horrible and that GMAC, as an operation, was in deep trouble.
84. After they had deflected the impertinent curiosity of the taxi driver about the three of them, who were, for him, unusual characters, the conversation revolved almost entirely around a soccer match between Benfica and Sporting, then the best taverns in the area, and finally, the Chinese and the Indians, who, according to the taxi driver, should be expelled because they want to take over business rightfully belonging to Portuguese traders.
85. The prophet who had opened his book on the Genesis of the world by an explicit reference to a lost prospect of 'living forever’ ('lest he take of the tree of life and eat and live forever ’),— showing thereby that his mind had revolved the conception of Immortality, preserves an unbroken silence in every after-page on that immortality of the soul which carries with it, if true, an eternity of being, independent of the 'word which endured.
1. The gun revolves on it's mount and.
2. All of life revolves around this number.
3. The gist of the argument revolves around.
4. It revolves around the Dallas or Waco area.
5. They are the 'king pins' around which VPA revolves.
6. She always thinks the world revolves around herself.
7. It revolves around one of the people that played the.
8. Life revolves around universal laws, one of those being.
9. God, in the eyes of most Christians, revolves around man.
10. He is the Absolute around which everything else revolves.
11. One of the most important failings in the Vatican’s story revolves.
12. The final aspect of this symbolism revolves around speaking as a dragon.
13. The earth revolves around sun but it also revolves around its own axis.
14. Moon revolves around the earth every 28 days Just as the (physical) Moon.
15. Much of this false prophecy revolves around a literal reading of the Book of.
16. Western thought usually revolves around conditional happiness and sense pleasures.
17. If the husband seems thoughtful, as he revolves some business plan in his mind, then.
18. It is said the sign revolves no fewer than fourteen thousand times each and every day.
19. He carried himself in a way that said the world revolves around me, and it probably did.
20. But I also know that you and your buddies think the world revolves around the Emerald Isle.
21. Most credit analysis revolves around trying to predict whether there will be a money default.
22. An additional link to this information revolves around the symbolism of the Eagle, Eighth and 8.
23. As the planet slowly revolves below him Grailem sees a large military complex covering the land.
24. It encodes that the sun disc is a star, that the earth circles the sun/star and revolves on its.
25. One of the biggest controversies revolves around the assertions of an Egyptian source for pivotal.
26. Roman Catholic Church, revolves around the very same prophecy of the second-coming of a non-.
27. I selected these companies because their sphere of operations revolves almost exclusively around gold mining.
28. Why are revolutions called revolutions? Because all that happens in a revolution is that the status quo revolves.
29. In essence, the answer to the question of which strategy is best again revolves around that familiar word suitability.
30. The idea of net present value (NPV) revolves around discounting future cash flows estimated for a project at what Richard A.
31. In fact it would have been much better if the entire human race were still convinced that the sun revolves around the Earth.
32. Ninety-nine percent of the time, a homicide investigation revolves around a body and a scene where the crime actually took place.
33. Reagan’s world revolves around his conservative ideals and Nancy, with whom he has been known to get annoyed but rarely angry.
34. It revolves around looking for undervalued companies and buying stock with the expectation it will rise in price over the long term.
35. By solidifying into an apparent entity , the thought that creates the self becomes the pivot around which all other thinking revolves.
36. Mind chattering that revolves around desire to dominate and self-projection leads ultimately to dissolution of inner peace and equilibrium.
37. Can I introduce you to my beautiful young assistant, Emily Gray? said Gary, Emily, this is Nick Adams around whom the world of CN revolves.
38. You’ll quickly realise that everything on the ADVFN website (as with most other stock market websites) revolves around what are called stock symbols.
39. In fact, everything about this administration revolves around a single subject, a single goal: the acquisition of centralized power as absolute as can be achieved.
40. So, again: this entire endeavor revolves around moments of mindfulness, interrupted by periods of distraction, then gently catching yourself and returning to the breath.
41. Legionnaire, need I remind you that there is a war happening? Not everything revolves around notifying you of the comings and goings of the army and those part of it.
42. So the question everyone wants answered revolves around two things: where oil will be a few years from now, and if $150 oil was an anomaly or a true value of the commodity.
43. Theory number five! This final supposition states that the whole evolutionary mechanism revolves around competition among a great number of individuals—within a species and among species.
44. So down there, some ten feet below the level of the deck, the poor harpooneer flounders about, half on the whale and half in the water, as the vast mass revolves like a tread-mill beneath him.
45. The ending that is linked to 2012 is the demise of the old human consciousness or the previous way of life and a new beginning that revolves around aspects of unity, equality, integrity and empowerment of self.
46. Ishq stands as Sun and mind revolves around it like earth, which part of mind is exposed towards Ishq that goes through the experience of “affirmation” and which part is not facing the sun that goes through an experience of “denial”.
47. The kind of kicks and twists that we all get out of this imaged form, is that it revolves and recycles all of us, which unequivocally confirms exactly what Empedocles of Sicily had once said, that `earth` is an `element` over which existence is based.
48. The man who does not understand the construction of the machine cannot conceive that the small connecting cogwheel which revolves quietly is one of the most essential parts of the machine, and not the shaving which merely harms and hinders the working.
49. Up until now there is an aspect to Vulcan culture that you have not been privy to, and it revolves around how Vulcans select mates Your reaction, as well as that of Professor Heart, was extremely out of proportion to the stimulus either of you were presented.
50. The bad news that typically precipitates the need for an operating turnaround, as well as the ongoing uncertainty that revolves around management's turnaround effort, can wreak the kind of havoc on stock prices that value investors are keen to capitalize upon.
51. Economists seem to believe that much of the problem in commercial banking revolves around moral hazard—banks financed largely with government insured deposits could take special risks in lending because if the loans turned bad, the government would bail out the depositors.
52. A good example of this revolves around the common stocks selling at huge discounts from net asset value (NAV) of companies that are extremely well capitalized, highly profitable, and with glowing long-term records of increasing earnings, increasing dividends, and increasing NAVs.
53. Although middle aged in my eyes she still has her beauty and her long hair still retains its black lustre, her eyes are dark pools that reflect a very resourceful and stubborn woman whom I love dearly; she is the centre of my life, everything I do or say revolves around my mother.
54. When those who are acquainted with steam-engines of the atmospheric kind only, are told that Morels cylinder revolves, their imaginations may suppose a moving mass as large as the enormous cylinders they have been accustomed to see: but it is not so; the elastic force of steam requires machinery but of comparatively small dimensions.
55. An important point in the book revolves around the view that if the market price of a common stock is well above the reproduction value of assets, the company and the industry, in the normal course of events, will draw new competition which will result in diminished returns unless the company can build a moat to insulate itself from new competition (e.
56. A disconcerting development revolves around bankruptcy court rulings that prohibit sales by creditors who are likely to receive common stocks in a reorganization in order to permit companies to preserve the value of net operating losses that would be compromised if, for purposes of Section 382 of the Internal Revenue Code, there were to be a change of ownership.
57. Now the whole spindle has the same motion; but, as the whole revolves in one direction, the seven inner circles move slowly in the other, and of these the swiftest is the eighth; next in swiftness are the seventh, sixth, and fifth, which move together; third in swiftness appeared to move according to the law of this reversed motion the fourth; the third appeared fourth and the second fifth.
58. And suppose the objector to refine still further, and to draw the nice distinction that not only parts of tops, but whole tops, when they spin round with their pegs fixed on the spot, are at rest and in motion at the same time (and he may say the same of anything which revolves in the same spot), his objection would not be admitted by us, because in such cases things are not at rest and in motion in the same parts of themselves; we should rather say that they have both an axis and a circumference, and that the axis stands still, for there is no deviation from the perpendicular; and that the circumference goes round.
59. If Horace thought that man almost impiously daring who first adventured upon the open sea, what shall we say of the hardihood of the attempt to visit THE POLE?—the pole, which it is impossible to contemplate without awe—which, in all probability, has never been visited by any living being—where the dreary solitude has never been broken by human voice—where the sound of war has never been heard, and darkness and cold exert an almost undisputed dominion! What must be the emotions of that man who first stands upon the point of the earth's axis! Who, no longer partaking of the revolution, in circles of latitude, slowly revolves on the axis of his own body, once in twenty-four hours—to whom the sun does not rise or set, but, moving in a course very oblique to the horizon, makes scarcely a perceptible progress in twenty-four hours, and at the end of three months, when he has attained his noon, is only 23° 28′, on the arc of a vertical circle, above the horizon—to whom longitude is extinct, and who can move in no possible direction but south—to whom the stars are a blank, and to whom the polar star, could he see it, would appear in the zenith.

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