Oraciones con la palabra "slough"

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1. He probably had a slough of.
2. Joseph’s, their old school in Slough.
3. It would become an Asian enclave of Slough.
4. Slough was to the west, just beyond the airport.
5. Slough, ―The Indictment Of Eternal Torment—The.
6. He began to scour the appropriate shop windows in Slough.
7. He then dedicated himself to looking for a job in Slough.

8. A whole slough of people don’t know it, said Mac.
9. Slough, Ashley Sidney Johnson, Elias Smith, and many others.
10. The work was carried out in the drive of his house in Slough.
11. It was a very pleasant place, not at all crowded like Slough.
12. Oh dear, he will be a big loss to Slough Matthew commented.
13. Every time he touched it, his skin would blister and slough off.
14. Her name was Susan McGinley and she lived at the far end of Slough.
15. She lived at the western end of Slough in an area known as Cippenham.
16. Many of them and others from that region settled in Slough and the.
17. She had an accent that he had only heard on a few occasions in Slough.
18. It was called Slough Trading Estate and covered several square miles.
19. In a little over a week Brian got a job as such in a garage in Slough.
20. He went to his local pub in Slough that Sunday, just to pass the time.
21. They were tired when they finally reached Slough station that morning.
22. The area of Slough called Chalvey that they lived in was changing fast.
23. Matthew at this stage was finding Slough a bit limited at times socially.
24. The boy that Matthew had known in Slough was truly a man and about to be a.
25. It was a couple of miles away from Slough but had the reputation of being an.
26. Slough, expressed interest in their house and negotiations began to take place.
27. They lived in a big house in a much sought after suburb of Slough called Taplow.
28. It concerned Pat Joyce their neighbour in Slough and father of the Joyce family.
29. One day he confided in his Irish friend Marcus who was happily working in Slough.
30. But to all their astonishment Bridget was elected as councillor for Slough North.
31. It was also the birthplace of his Slough neighbour Orla Joyce who was Aidan’s.
32. It permeated conversations and the Irish psyche and those in the Slough community.
33. In looking at the Slough sign he had a dark thought that only he alone would know.
34. It was the biggest food store in Slough and on weekends many students worked there.
35. He conceded that it was a different world from dreary industrialized Slough and St.
36. They lived in Windsor, a few miles from Slough and attended Mass at a church there.
37. Soon the O’Connor’s tenure in their adopted town of Slough was coming to an end.
38. The Irish sporting fraternity in Slough had by now formed a hurling team known as St.
39. His name was Andrew and he was born in England of Irish parents as many were in Slough.
40. When I started up here Chalvey was only a village, separate from Slough, he said.
41. He learned that she worked as a receptionist in company also in the Slough Trading Estate.
42. One of the beggars, with a red, cicatrized slough instead of a nose, approached Katiousha.
43. Slough, evangelist, church of Christ: The word ‘punishment’ is not a puzzling word.
44. It wasn’t long before they passed the familiar exit that accessed both Slough and Windsor.
45. His friends and he had kept the head until the flesh turned black and began to slough away.
46. Dragging myself out of the slough of despond I bought bread rolls, cheese, apples and mince.
47. Sooner or later, Homo Electronicus had to slough off the less advanced species in the niche.
48. To my left was Cotton Slough, a wide-open, marshy wetland with the creek snaking through it.
49. The big news on the social front about this time was the building of the Irish Club in Slough.
50. They left in a large luxurious car that seemed out of place in the back street lanes of Slough.
51. It was one of those little shocks to the system of which he had many since arriving in Slough.
52. Such was the nature of Slough, that if anybody wanted to change jobs, the vacancies were there.
53. The O’Connor children felt very enclosed that summer, within the built up confines of Slough.
54. The reception was to take place in the parish hall in a village known as Iver Heath near Slough.
55. He was born in Upton Hospital in Slough, which was within walking distance from where they lived.
56. Matthew’s curiosity led him to buy a copy of The Bible he saw for sale in a bookshop in Slough.
57. There was no social outlet for them in Slough, save for the few pubs that Irish people frequented.
58. Joe’s brother Brian, Matthew’s uncle in Slough, a mechanic by trade was designated to do the job.
59. The bishop had supposed men and women, horses and jockeys, were all wallowing together in one slough.
60. As I watched, ash began to slough off Callie, first in a drift of fine, airborne dust, then in chunks.
61. He knew that Slough was littered with jobs and opportunities and one in the local newspaper caught his eye.
62. Back to the secure feeling of the normal teenage life he shared with his family and friends in busy Slough.
63. Alex stepped forward and used the base of his green, wood staff to slough away the last of the crimson paste.
64. This was organized by the Slough Irish Society and was attended by a large crowd including some dignitary’s.
65. Matthew never mentioned his demise to any of his Irish friends in Slough, hoping that they knew little about it.
66. He learned that she lived nearby in Cricklewood and she told him she had heard of Slough but had never been there.
67. It was to be held at a venue they chose called The Crooked Billet, a bar and restaurant on the outskirts of Slough.
68. After the pleasant ceremony that always drew Bridget’s tears, the reception was held at the Irish Club in Slough.
69. Sarah told Matthew that when she went for a farewell drink with her workmates in Slough she had an unwelcome surprise.
70. It was a true measure of the Slough Irish community and it gave the O’Connor family a sense of belonging once more.
71. He would go for a drink with some of the gang in Slough including Ivan sometimes, although Ivan was not a great drinker.
72. During one phone call he learned that his sister Bernadette and her boyfriend Andrew were involved in a car crash in Slough.
73. Slough, "Indictment Of Eternal Torment—The Self-negation of a Monstrous Doctrine," pages 218-200, 1914, church of Christ.
74. In Patrick’s case, he met and fell in love with a girl of Waterford connections, called Ciara Power, then living in Slough.
75. He began thinking of the distance it was from Slough, his family and friends and became more and more despondent about the idea.
76. I presume you grew weary of the amusement and dropped it, didn't you? Well, you dropped Linton with it into a Slough of Despond.
77. In Slough they hardly knew it existed apart from some gatherings in the evening in the couple of pubs the Irish frequented there.
78. She told him that he could get a bus there from Paddington station, which Matthew knew was where he could get a train from Slough.
79. Matthew knew the point he was making, in that he and Ivan were cushioned by the fact that they were born and brought up in Slough.
80. I presume you grew weary of the amusement and dropped it, didn’t you? Well, you dropped Linton with it into a Slough of Despond.
81. Kate was Irish born, as were all her family and although Martin and his sisters were born in Slough, their parents were both Irish.
82. He noticed the resentment of the English in Slough generally, of the arrival of a large and expanding Asian population in the town.
83. Slough, evangelist, church of Christ: We want to know if this was a real experience, and if it teaches the condition of the dead.
84. This town is getting too small for me he said to a friend in the pub, who had no idea what he meant as Slough was a large town.
85. The snake, when sheds its slough, does not loose its personality or the self-control but rather it gains a new better look and grace.
86. There was only one stop before Paddington, and all the way up to Slough, alone in her compartment, Fanny addressed herself to thought.
87. The strange thing was, that the two families that they had come to know, lived quite near to each other on the western edge of Slough.
88. They invited him to call to their house one Sunday to discuss the matter and so the seeds of an Irish Cultural forum were set in Slough.
89. He was going back to his roots in Connemara and had vacated his job as manager of the Slough Irish Club that he had held for many years.
90. She knew through Joe that there was plenty of work in Slough and that he would have relatives nearby, he never having been there before.
91. The lack of privacy didn’t concern Siri, and the promise of a cold shower to slough away the sweat and grime of the desert was welcome.
92. Bridget’s sister Margaret had become feeling isolated and lonely in her little place in Slough, a town that was not changing for the better.
93. It had a big impact on the Irish community in England and particularly those in the Slough area where he had been Parish Priest many years before.
94. In the Luniere fontis, it would have taken a man a day to disappear, while he would have been devoured in five minutes by the Philippeaux slough.
95. True, he didn’t have a proper microscope, but he had eyes and he had, thank God, an analytic mind that could slough off sensations, emotions, pains.
96. She and Patrick had with the help of her parents had put a deposit on a house in Slough and before long they were busy decorating and doing work on it.
97. She reminded them of the Methodist Minister and his family that lived next door to them when they first moved to Slough and what a nice family they were.
98. These are the Redgauntlet, Hero, Slough of Despond, and Heartsease mines, the latter having ten years ago been one of the principal mines in Lancashire.
99. In no time she was a party member and with the help of Sean was put forward as the Labour candidate to contest the up and coming local elections in Slough.
100. In his formative years, since coming to Slough, he had always had to be strong in combating adversity and this had left him very guarded about his inner feelings.
1. Looks like it's held the sand behind it from sloughing off better than the rest, he thought as he.
2. Instead of cells sloughing away from a tumor and penetrating the bloodstream, here it was a mystery molecule.
3. Looks like it’s held the sand behind it from sloughing off better than the rest, he thought as he approached.
4. The other part is the internal part; the slow, painful sloughing away of self, layer by layer, piece by piece.
5. As if they weren’t horrid to begin with, now what little flesh they had was cooking and sloughing off of their bones.
6. The school was an old two-story building with broken windows and dim, cobblestone hallways, patches of its Khaled Hosseini The Kite Runner original dull yellow paint still showing between sloughing chunks of plaster.
7. The girl would never see the birds tippling at the puddles, but he liked to think that somewhere deep inside the shell of her body, she would feel the fresh cold air, hear the sounds of city buses sloughing past and the drug commerce from the park across the way and know she wasn’t missing anything.
1. He sloughed it off and continued brushing.
2. The Doc had noticed that her appetite had sloughed.
3. I sloughed over the way the villagers gossiped about me.
4. She wrapped the blanket about herself and sloughed off the cot.
5. I liked his explanation of a universal faith that had somehow sloughed of the.
6. When Alwyn, having sloughed off his witch’s weeds appeared as Duncan, he took over.
7. In the process of his association and apprenticeship with his mentor, he had sloughed.
8. The paint had begun to peel and Khaled Hosseini The Kite Runner sections of it had sloughed off altogether.
9. The sense of release at having sloughed off responsibility for bringing Lance to justice, rendered him weightless.
10. Even after they have sloughed off their lower status, they still justify everything they do by typecasting themselves as victims.
11. All the hair had sloughed off the surface of the cannon bone and there was a huge knot of calcium where the bones had fused together.
12. On Molly’s farm that night the straight-jacket of the city, and our youths, was sloughed off and our minds breathed, as if for the first time.
13. My parents, still not having sloughed off the cultural residue of the Age of Aquarius, sent me to a children’s yoga class at a local elementary school.
14. Mark’s Place who sloughed off all questions, I came to feel my own species of exasperated affection for these characters of hers, SG and DT and NC, sometimes called Iggy.
15. He was apparently not worried when brand-new competitive boards started springing up in Scranton, making our boards look shamefully outdated, and when cigarette businesses started to appear on those boards, he sloughed it off.
1. The illusion wobbles and sloughs away.
2. The river was still braided, but not so hectic, a main channel and some side sloughs.
3. It was very flat with large trees on both sides and sloughs of dirty brown water on my right.
4. The right time is easy, fish the feeding grounds on the flats and oyster bars on the rising tide and till just after the tide turns and fish the hiding places in the troughs and sloughs on the ebb.
5. The man who made it possible, a foreigner, lost his serenity forever, became involved in the sloughs of abjection and misery, and years later was cut to pieces by a train after he had fallen asleep on the tracks.
6. Shall we, poor human beings at such a disadvantage from the first in the fight with Fate through the many weaknesses and ailments of our bodies, load our souls as well with an ever-growing burden of regret and penitence? Shall we let a weight of vivid memories break our hearts? How are we to get on with our living if we are continually dropping into sloughs of bitter and often unjust self-reproach? Every morning comes the light, and a fresh chance of doing better.
7. As I was leaving the Irishman's roof after the rain, bending my steps again to the pond, my haste to catch pickerel, wading in retired meadows, in sloughs and bog-holes, in forlorn and savage places, appeared for an instant trivial to me who had been sent to school and college; but as I ran down the hill toward the reddening west, with the rainbow over my shoulder, and some faint tinkling sounds borne to my ear through the cleansed air, from I know not what quarter, my Good Genius seemed to say—Go fish and hunt far and wide day by day—farther and wider—and rest thee by many brooks and hearth-sides without misgiving.

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