Oraciones con la palabra "voluminous"

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1. Not to be confused with voluminous.
2. A card fell from the witch's voluminous sleeve.
3. The women pull theirs back in voluminous loops.
4. If the required texts for either cover are too voluminous to fit.
5. Their entire life’s work is left to rot inside voluminous journals.
6. Interspersed among all this voluminous and expressive creativity were.
7. This work is small as yet, but it is destined to swell into voluminous.

8. Sitting in a voluminous white hospital nightshirt, he appeared quite shrunken.
9. Rising to his feet, he was to Hanor’s chin in height, the voluminous gown covering.
10. It would help to polish his skills--no doubt--reading the work of such a voluminous author.
11. The more voluminous their collection became, the more difficulty they had trying to unify it.
12. At the instance of the Big Bang there was voluminous plasma made from these subatomic energies.
13. Thick, voluminous clouds were developing and I could hear the ominous sounds of thunder rumbling.
14. His coat was of light-weight cloth with voluminous revers, a long swallow-tail and large steel buttons.
15. The information, though voluminous, might have been enlarged with more time for research and preparation.
16. Annie greeted her great-aunt softly and settled herself into the voluminous folds of one of the armchairs.
17. Despite their voluminous size, woodchucks are vegetarians, and all vegetables in your garden are fair game.
18. The question of their repeal was the subject of a very voluminous and long-continued correspondence between Mr.
19. Burney Falls is the most voluminous waterfall in the state of California for most of the year, a sign explained.
20. Down upon them came the splendid Magdalen, brown, warm, voluminous, scarcely brushing the grass with her sandalled feet.
21. In these voluminous notes Toll suggested another scheme, totally different from Armfeldt’s or Pfuel’s plan of campaign.
22. The fact that faith in Christ can either be accepted or rejected shows the voluminous productivity of the unconscious mind.
23. You can imagine his surprise when the old woman produced a long length of coiled rope from under her voluminous purple overcoat.
24. I was in a voluminous wool nightgown with gathered sleeves, an embroidered robe belted at the waist and thin slippers on my feet.
25. Opposite the spot to which he had brought her was such a general confluence, and the river was proportionately voluminous and deep.
26. She sat between the two men in her old-fashioned voluminous white frock, looking from one to the other with eager pride while they talked.
27. She was dressed in a voluminous white dressing-gown, with a thousand folds and large sleeves which, starting from the neck, fell to her feet.
28. Mount Mazama blew up about 7,700 years ago in a cataclysmic eruption that was forty-two times more voluminous than the eruption that decapitated Mount St.
29. He mixed various other ingredients into the propulsive powder so that when the rockets were launched skyward they would emit voluminous white smoke plumes.
30. That Nancy was herself a war correspondent and thus was well known by her foreign colleagues just made the articles about her more detailed and voluminous.
31. Claire waved at the receptionist, went through the glass door to her office, hung her coat and voluminous bag on a rack in the corner, and sat down at her desk.
32. Well, in as much as they might face me, peering down, considering I’ve never seen beneath those voluminous hoods and can’t even say whether they have faces or eyes.
33. All I have is still open to you, Ava dear, he said and she didn’t even flinch much when the thick-skinned grey hand came out of his voluminous sleeve to pat hers.
34. Hench held his head in his hands (which was a great relief, as it meant that his voluminous belly dropped back down to his knees, covering a multitude of pink-satin sins).
35. The torso, short in proportion to the legs, supported two strong arms with four-digit fingers, with a long, relatively thin neck supporting a head with a voluminous cranium.
36. New media technology capturing a lot of information about consumer values, lifestyle, preference, intentions and recommendations comes from disparate sources and voluminous in size.
37. I had intended that God in the dialogue would have had the last word in this rather voluminous essay, or assay as the dictionary might better describe it, To examine by trial.
38. In contrast, bicycle traffic was quite voluminous, with men and women of all ages pedaling around, often with a bag of groceries or other items tied to the rear rack of their bicycles.
39. For a year Jo and her Professor worked and waited, hoped and loved, met occasionally, and wrote such voluminous letters that the rise in the price of paper was accounted for, Laurie said.
40. The SEC turned in a voluminous report, again mentioning the positive attributes of short selling-market liquidity and pricing efficiency-and reviewed the history of the regulatory process.
41. Not to mention the voluminous German æstheticians, a very good book for this purpose would be either the German book by Kralik, the English work by Knight, or the French one by Lévêque.
42. Each Bank3Sector servant will have the finality of building fantastic financial amount of trillion of trillion dollars, without this voluminous capital is returned or lent with remuneration.
43. While she had told Puller that she needed to report in and start filling out voluminous paperwork, her real purpose was to stay behind and then follow Donovan Carter when he left the facility.
44. His grandfather was a black Cossack you know,’ and he pushed his young partner with a flourish of the hand and let out a voluminous ‘hah’ sound, to which he felt there was nothing to add.
45. Both display inordinate vanity, which consorts ill with the brawny calves and large feet they cannot help showing on account of their short though voluminous skirts, and both have a womanly love of jewelry.
46. Voluminous studies of the American Telephone and Telegraph System have emanated from the investigation carried on by the Federal Communications Commission pursuant to a Congressional resolution adopted in 1935.
47. He also affects ruffles and lace, a long cassock, and a voluminous cloak like many of those of Geneva combined together; black silk stockings and low shoes complete the clerical array of the higher ecclesiastics.
48. Since we don't make full use of the capability of the monster we have in this location to prepare the voluminous reports for the government, we wish to move in the direction of having the computer do much of the reporting.
49. For many sections of this book, I also relied on voluminous correspondence between Norma Jeane and her half sister, Berniece, which has fallen into the public domain as a result of its placement in public auctions over the years.
50. Casaubon to become engaged and married: but this learned gentleman was possessed of a fortune; he had assembled his voluminous notes, and had made that sort of reputation which precedes performance,—often the larger part of a man's fame.
51. The gases, or vapours, issue from a small orifice at the end of the pipe; and, being ignited by a little fire, into which it is directed, an intense and voluminous blaze is produced, and continues as long as the materials remain unexhausted.
52. That whole benefit is already possible with the resources existent, without needing of voluminous financial contributions or indebtedness, without damaging anybody, without causing economic recession or sacrifice to the people or organizations.
53. Wrapping a voluminous silken cloak about her lithe figure and donning a velvet cap from which depended a filmy veil, she passed hurriedly through the corridors and approached a bronze door where a dozen spearmen gaped at her as she passed through.
54. Steinbeck’s voluminous correspondence with Otis covered thirty-seven years, from 1931 to his death in 1968; a sampling is available in Steinbeck: A Life in Letters (1975), Letters to Elizabeth (1978), and in the Appendix to The Acts of King Arthur.
55. On the other hand, some of the best known—such as Moody’s Investment Service and Standard & Poor’s—are identified with statistical organizations that compile the voluminous statistical data that form the basis for all serious security analysis.
56. Well, bring in the bride, said Gerald, and Pork, turning, beckoned into the hall to his She entered, and behind her, almost hidden by her voluminous calico skirts, came her wife, newly arrived from the Wilkes plantation to become part of the household of Tara.
57. Its needle-like nose was flanked by two huge rectangular engine air inlets and connected to a long, wide fuselage that contained both the two huge TF-58R combination turbofan/ramjet engines and the multiple internal weapons bays of the aircraft, plus voluminous internal fuel tanks.
58. Things didn’t get better when the WILDCATs finally dove on the Japanese bombers of the second wave, which were protected by only six ZERO fighters, as the fighter control frequency then exploded into voluminous and endless chatter, exclamations and shouts, rendering nearly impossible any command control of the battle.
59. Every transaction produces voluminous documents in which the parties to the transaction spell out in detail the basis for the price that is agreed upon: How much is being paid for each revenue stream that makes up the company being acquired? The investment bankers who turn out these documents provide a range of multiples.
60. After Joseph Miller had become what Mercutio calls "a grave man," his descendants went into literature largely, as any one may see by turning to Allibone's very voluminous dictionary, where upwards of seventy of the name are immortalized, the most noted of whom are Thomas Miller, basket-maker and poet, and Hugh Miller, the learned stone-mason of Cromarty, whose many works, we confess with much humility, we have not read.
61. She filled her days helping the women in the camp get through what seemed a never ending array of chores—preparing and cooking all the meals, fetching water for cleaning, scrubbing laundry by hand at the river’s edge, cleaning the bedding, bathing the children, swatting the voluminous dust and sand from rugs and eiderdowns with handmade brooms—it seemed as if every woman in the camp was busy from sun up till well after sundown.
62. He said he had examined the voluminous document on the subject of impressment, which was printed during the last session by order of the House, and that it did not appear from that document that more than ninety-three American seamen had been impressed in the year 1809; from which I believe every one who heard him inferred that it was proved affirmatively by that document, that no more than ninety-three American seamen, who were named therein, were impressed in that year.
63. His name is Collins, and some days he wears a pink shirt, and other days a blue shirt, and in his right cuff there is a pink silk handkerchief on the pink days, and a blue silk handkerchief on the blue days; and he has stuck up the pictures he likes to have about him on the walls of his room, and where your Luini used to be there is a young lady in a voluminous hat and short skirts, and where your Bellini Madonna sat and looked at you with austere, beautiful eyes there is the winner, complete with jockey, of last year's Derby.
64. For it appeared, that if I, a very voluminous writer, who had done nothing for nearly forty years except write, and who had written three hundred printed sheets;—if I had worked during all those forty years at ordinary labor with the working-people, then, not reckoning winter evenings and leisure days, if I had read and studied for five hours every day, and had written a couple of pages only on holidays (and I have been in the habit of writing at the rate of one printed sheet a day), then I should have written those three hundred sheets in fourteen years.
65. That a bill should be brought in on a very important subject which has been long under consideration, and that a gentleman should move to strike out the first section of the bill, which comprises all its vitality, (for it is the first section which provides for the continuance of the bank,) and should be supported in it, without deigning to assign any other reasons than may be derived from newspaper publications, which are so crude and voluminous that not one man out of ten will so far misspend his time as to take the trouble to read them, is indeed extraordinary.
66. That explains it: I have heard about certain persons lately who, although they are illiterate, have become successful travelling salesmen and earn up to 700,000 drachmas per month! Taking into account that a salesman's commission is no higher than 10%, how do they manage to make sales of 7,000,000 drachmas every month? What do they really sell? Encyclopedias? Come on now! Nowadays you can find cheap and voluminous encyclopedias in bookstores or, even, on offer in newspapers! Why would anyone pay dearly a commercial traveller? Unless they sell other things, other ''services'', instead of books.

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