Oraciones con la palabra "skilful"

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Skilful en una oración (en ingles)

  1. Such is the theory of the skilful.
  2. The skilful swordsman whom you have conquered.
  3. He was short, strongly built, agile, and skilful.
  4. He is clever, skilful, courageous, active and strong.
  5. However this may be, her manoeuvres were skilful enough.

  6. I believe these four stones to be skilful imitations which.
  7. The convicts are very skilful at the work, and do it readily.
  8. With a vigorous and skilful effort he clambered over the stern.
  9. It was controlled, though her attacks were skilful and malicious.
  10. The whole business a skilful operation and Michael was impressed.
  11. It was an inconspicuous and skilful way of transporting drugs, or.
  12. Their mother was not so skilful at contriving new clothes out of old.
  13. But my work had hardly been published, when a skilful palaeontologist, M.
  14. With the skilful hands of a mother she did her best to stem the bleeding.
  15. But the retoucher with his pencil and etching tool to-day is very skilful.

  16. Though his eyes were sharp and keen, he was deceived by the skilful counterfeit.
  17. Who shall understand except he who is wise and skilful and who loves his Lord?
  18. Notwithstanding his youth, Master Andrea was a very skilful and intelligent boy.
  19. When the skilful had finished, the immense vice of their solution became apparent.
  20. Danglars is so skilful, he will soon regain at the Bourse what he loses elsewhere.
  21. The German ships succeeded in avoiding the bombs and shells by skilful manoeuvring.
  22. I had some knowledge of gold-work, but was far less skilful than the thief had been.
  23. Disposing these articles about him in skilful manner, he bestowed a parting defiance on Mrs.
  24. Skilful men, of the medical and chirurgical profession, were of rare occurrence in the colony.
  25. And he who is most skilful in preventing or escaping from a disease is best able to create one?

  26. The assistant-surgeons knew that they were entrusting their patients to skilful and experienced hands.
  27. It comprises in itself hundreds of supple, skilful processes that the cleverest juggler cannot compass.
  28. Japanese pilots had undoubtedly attained the world’s highest bombing standards and were extremely skilful.
  29. The surgeon was quick and skilful, and when he had finished Caris said admiringly: You did that very well.
  30. The pasha employed only the world’s most famous and skilful chefs in his kitchen and paid them high salaries.
  31. He heard as clearly as she, the galloping horses, and he knew he was soon going to be in skilful healing hands.
  32. It must be remembered that by "business" Caleb never meant money transactions, but the skilful application of labor.
  33. The children lifted their faces to him and he went on: you will, therefore, need to be more capable, more skilful.
  34. And if merchandise is to be carried over the sea, skilful sailors will also be needed, and in considerable numbers?
  35. Taylor is a very skilful poet—how skilful we never knew before, highly as we have always valued his poetical powers.
  36. Yet the most skilful naturalist, from an examination of the species of the two countries, could not have foreseen this result.
  37. Thus, people who have had many incarnations are often regarded as ‘old souls’, and they are generally very skilful and wise.
  38. Thus day after day passed, and the Muzhik became so skilful that he could actually cook soup for the Officials in his bare hands.
  39. Among the dancers few were really skilful, but the unskilled stamped so vigorously that they might have been taken for agile ones.
  40. Doyle’s skilful use of verbal technique ensured that Adam remained completely calm as he began to reminisce about the early days.
  41. Though one Wizard that I knew took up the art long ago, and became as skilful in it as in all other things that he put his mind to.
  42. He had been trained to be a skilful sniper with the Government forces and it was he who trained Tar, they had both easily spotted Pon.
  43. And what do you think I did? I feigned a criminal process, and employed all the most acute bloodhounds and skilful agents in search of her.
  44. Comparative observations acquire a particular degree of interest, when made by skilful observers, at the same time, but at different places.
  45. No picture can do justice to the rich colors of the edifice or to the harmonious tone resulting from the skilful use of many diverse materials.
  46. So that I am stupid, am I not? But as this gift of stupidity is natural to me, why shouldn't I make skilful use of it? And I do make use of it.
  47. Again and again to such gamesome talk, the dexterous dart is repeated, the spear returning to its master like a greyhound held in skilful leash.
  48. The nature of the weapon, though it by no means puts the awkward upon a level with the skilful, puts him more nearly so than he ever was before.
  49. It was proved by the skilful and eloquent representative of the public prosecutor, that the theft was committed in complicity with others, and.
  50. With skilful manipulation the demons convinced the people that it would be in their interest to have their God close at hand in case of emergencies.
  51. But excuse me, sir, for talking of our domestic misfortunes; I interrupted you at the moment when you were telling me that you were a skilful chemist.
  52. On another day, she wandered with him, hand in, hand, along the deserted paths of a garden whose creepers had been cut out by a decorator's skilful hands.
  53. Women in general and mothers in particular, know instinctively when you’re concealing something, and they’re very skilful at forcing you to tell them.
  54. The skilful in our century have conferred on themselves the title of Statesmen; so that this word, statesmen, has ended by becoming somewhat of a slang word.
  55. In terms of history the film’s bunkum, but it’s an undoubted technical feat: Griffith was particularly skilful at recreating the panoramic battle scenes.
  56. Afterwards, Estella and I played at cards, as of yore,—only we were skilful now, and played French games,—and so the evening wore away, and I went to bed.
  57. He was as skilful on the keyboard as any other member of Diamond Head Crater, which is to say he could just about play block chords and the occasional melody.
  58. In an instant Beppo, a skilful workman, made a small hole in the wet plaster, dropped in the pearl, and with a few touches covered over the aperture once more.
  59. He had listened while his father explained the intricacies of laying patters out to make the best use of the cloth and the extra profit made by skilful cutting.
  60. Chantaburi has the reputation for having some of the world’s most skilful cutters of the stones, turning the drab, raw dull stones into beautifully faceted gems.
  61. I assist the helpers in their preparation, but I believe that in dealing with their countrymen they are more skilful than I could be, even if I could speak Chinese.
  62. Manstein, by skilful military manoeuvering, managed to evacuate the endangered German armies which Hitler had recklessly and fatally thrust south into the Caucasus.
  63. Poor patient! It needs skilful treatment; and what will these queer doctors do? Why, they propose to force emetics and drastics down the throats of ever so many Chinamen.
  64. The Test series was drawn 2–2, and Cliff Morgan outshone everyone when he eventually captained a skilful Lions backline that included Arthur Smith and Jeff Butterfield.
  65. He had been plunged in parish affairs since breakfast, for it was the day appointed by him and recurring once a fortnight into which by skilful organizing he packed them all.
  66. By skilful tactical and strategic use of our ability to travel through time, we can overcome enemies much bigger than us if war is the only option left to us to solve a problem.
  67. He was not very skilful yet, and as he scrubbed the water ran down over the stock of the brush, over his hand and down his uplifted arm, wetting the turned-up sleeves of his shirt.
  68. The shocks our old whalers had to stand amongst the heavy floes in Baffin's Bay were perfectly staggering, notwithstanding the most skilful handling, and yet they lasted for years.
  69. She initially found the speed of the sleek catamaran somewhat intimidating, and sensing this he sailed the cat in a more conservative fashion until she became a more skilful sailor.
  70. The trade was entirely new to Fantine; she could not be very skilful at it, and she therefore earned but little by her day's work; but it was sufficient; the problem was solved; she was earning her living.
  71. And said most sage Cide Hamete to his pen, Rest here, hung up by this brass wire, upon this shelf, O my pen, whether of skilful make or clumsy cut I know not; here shalt thou remain long ages hence, unless.
  72. Tussie had gone in himself, after a skilful questioning of Fritzing had made him realize how little had been ordered, and had, with Fritzing's permission, put the whole thing into the hands of a Minehead firm.
  73. It has been remarked that a skilful workman, with fitting tools and measures, would find it very difficult to make cells of wax of the true form, though this is effected by a crowd of bees working in a dark hive.
  74. Fifteen hundred dollars will give the farm the barn it needs, and furnish work to a number of young men, by which they will learn the use of tools, under our very skilful carpenter, and be able to pay their expenses in school.
  75. Premiums had been given, and attempts made to discharge a harpoon from a ring and rope attached to it, at the distance of ten fathoms, which was a greater distance than the most experienced and skilful could strike with effect.
  76. He had once been a skilful sculptor and had earned an honest living, but he had taken to evil courses and had twice already been in gaol—once for a petty theft and once, as we had already heard, for stabbing a fellow-countryman.
  77. He had once been a skilful sculptor and had earned an honest living, but he had taken to evil courses and had twice already been in jail—once for a petty theft, and once, as we had already heard, for stabbing a fellow-countryman.
  78. First, let the unjust be like other distinguished masters of craft; like the skilful pilot or physician, who knows intuitively his own powers and keeps within their limits, and who, if he fails at any point, is able to recover himself.
  79. Sir James, and having made up her mind that it was to be the younger Miss Brooke, there could not have been a more skilful move towards the success of her plan than her hint to the baronet that he had made an impression on Celia's heart.
  80. Dantes employed it in manoeuvring his yacht round the island, studying it as a skilful horseman would the animal he destined for some important service, till at the end of that time he was perfectly conversant with its good and bad qualities.
  81. She read books of travel, she learned poetry by heart, she grew skilful at combining her studies with her cooking; and propping up Keats on the dresser could run to him for a fresh line in the very middle of the pudding almost without the pudding minding.
  82. The voyage was a skilful and lucky one; and returning to her berth with her hold full of the precious sperm, the Amelia's example was soon followed by other ships, English and American, and thus the vast Sperm Whale grounds of the Pacific were thrown open.
  83. Now the most skilful physicians are those who, from their youth upwards, have combined with the knowledge of their art the greatest experience of disease; they had better not be robust in health, and should have had all manner of diseases in their own persons.
  84. Any one of the ragged lot, any miserable workman who would not have dared to say a syllable to the other convicts, all more intelligent and skilful than he, assumed the right of swearing at me if I went near him, under pretext that I interfered with him in his work.
  85. Oh, I had such _hope_ that I was better! Shall I ever get quite well again? Won't it at best, after every effort, every perseverance in struggle, be just a more or less skilful mending, a more or less successful putting together of broken bits? I thought I had been growing whole.
  86. And as unskilful players of draughts are at last shut up by their more skilful adversaries and have no piece to move, so they too find themselves shut up at last; for they have nothing to say in this new game of which words are the counters; and yet all the time they are in the right.
  87. Yes, if he be poor and inexperienced, not if he be rich and skilful; besides, the worst that could happen to him would be the punishment of which we have already spoken, and which the philanthropic French Revolution has substituted for being torn to pieces by horses or broken on the wheel.
  88. I have now considered enough, perhaps more than enough, of the cases, selected with care by a skilful naturalist, to prove that natural selection is incompetent to account for the incipient stages of useful structures; and I have shown, as I hope, that there is no great difficulty on this head.
  89. John Dawes's dash up the left touchline gave the move terrific momentum, before a burst from flanker Tom David with a long pass out to Derek Quinnell who had numbers, another long pass and a skilful pick up (some say an interception) for Number 9, Gareth Edwards, resulted in a diving touchdown.
  90. I am touched, of course, and accept with real emotion this wreath prepared beforehand, but still fresh and unwithered, but I assure you, mesdames, that I have suddenly become so realistic that I feel laurels would in this age be far more appropriate in the hands of a skilful cook than in mine.
  91. The most skilful geologist, if his attention had been confined exclusively to these large territories, would never have suspected that during the periods which were blank and barren in his own country, great piles of sediment, charged with new and peculiar forms of life, had elsewhere been accumulated.
  92. At last, one day in early May, a letter reached her from a former friend of her mother's, to whom she had addressed inquiries long before—a person whom she had never seen—that a skilful milkmaid was required at a dairy-house many miles to the southward, and that the dairyman would be glad to have her for the summer months.
  93. If Evolutionists then make use of the word Design, when referring to specific aspects in organisms that supposedly came about by chance, they in fact acknowledge that a designer, having in mind the skilful execution of a plan to put together a work of art with a specific purpose, was behind the subject that they are discussing.
  94. Yes, how am I to act? Lord, have mercy on me! And that all this should happen! he cried out at last in despair, tottering along the street at random; that all this must needs happen! Why, but for this, but for just this, everything would have been put right; at one stroke, at one skilful, vigorous, firm stroke it would have been set right.
  95. Eustace Miles, which tell me in invigorating language of all the money, time, and energy I have saved, of my increase of bodily health, of how active I am getting, how skilful and of what a tough endurance, how my brains have grown clear and nimble, my morals risen high above the average, and how keen my enjoyment of everything has become, including, strange to say, my food.
  96. Oh, let us have no gestures, no screams, no modern drama, or you will oblige me to tell you that I see Debray leave here, pocketing the whole of the 500,000 livres you have handed over to him this year, while he smiles to himself, saying that he has found what the most skilful players have never discovered—that is, a roulette where he wins without playing, and is no loser when he loses.
  97. Wedon questioned them for about an hour and they were more than willing to answer all and every question, no hesitations or awkward silences, I was impressed with Wedon’s skilful questions and I was convinced the two novices had not been accomplices to Yaotl’s treason, when Wedon finished his questioning, we discussed the findings and we were all in accord, Coatl stood and addressed the people.
  98. Amin gives you his best regards and asks you to search for a skilful painter in the country- if you do not have we have an excellent one-and let him draw the best and most perfect picture of Holy Jerusalem in large size, then let the whole cooperate to fix it nicely at the entryway of the country and on the wall of the first house seen by the coming ones to this country, then the problem will be solved by God’s will.
  99. His most skilful inventions are either directly harmful to the people, such as guns, torpedoes, solitary prisons, and so on; or they are not only useless but quite inaccessible to them, such as electric light, telephones, and the innumerable improvements of comfort; or lastly, they deprave the people and rob them of their last kopek, that is, their last labour, for spirits, wine, beer, opium, tobacco, finery, and all sorts of trifles.
  100. When the marine forms of life are spoken of as having changed simultaneously throughout the world, it must not be supposed that this expression relates to the same year, or even to the same century, or even that it has a very strict geological sense; for if all the marine animals now living in Europe, and all those that lived in Europe during the pleistocene period (a very remote period as measured by years, including the whole glacial epoch) were compared with those now existing in South America or in Australia, the most skilful naturalist would hardly be able to say whether the present or the pleistocene inhabitants of Europe resembled most closely those of the southern hemisphere.

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