bohemian frasi

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Frasi con bohemian (in inglese)

  1. He liked the bohemian life of Portland.
  2. The Sleschwig-Holstein thing, the whole Bohemian thing.
  3. She has the same bohemian, floaty look as the receptionist.
  4. He could no longer be described as a bohemian; by the age of 37, he had.
  5. She has a bohemian look about her, the sort of woman I could be friendly with.

  6. They’ve made up splendid packs for me—fit to cross the Bohemian mountains with.
  7. Their bohemian indolence is a myth they’ve perpetuated themselves, Yaf explained.
  8. There flowed in her veins some of the blood of the bohemian and the adventuress who runs barefoot.
  9. Alastair is sitting at the piano practising; clearly this wild display of bohemian life throws Tilly.
  10. She dressed in bohemian clothes, penned novels, painted, and yearned to roam forgotten corners of the world.
  11. She didn’t seem interested in any of my story, but instead wanted to know what my definition of a bohemian was.
  12. He wondered what Captain de Villiers knew and could not tell him and how this all affected bohemian Umhlanga Rocks.
  13. It appeared that a Bohemian, a bare-footed vagabond, a sort of dangerous mendicant, was at that moment in the town.
  14. Personal freedom tops her list and her friendships tend to gravitate towards those with artistic and bohemian persuasions.
  15. To me, a bohemian is somebody that is unconventional, usually with morals and a lifestyle different from the rest of society.

  16. Her youngest daughter had always been somewhat of a rebel and a bohemian, with very real talent for music, particularly the piano.
  17. One of the general “appearances,” or “disguises,” that he had carefully selected for his family was that of the bourgeois bohemian.
  18. In fact, the Circle’s rendition of The Bohemian Girl was said by many was after she had maneuvered the Lady Harpists into the fold that Mrs.
  19. That is the beauty of those out-of-the-way Bohemian restaurants—people are so absorbed in their own love-making that they never have time to watch anyone else’s.
  20. The basement dwelling at 46a Avonmore Road was my first family home; just a couple of rooms decorated in a bohemian style, thanks to the gift of paintings from an artist friend of my folks.
  21. Lazare felt suitably bohemian, and in one day I managed to race around all the essential sights, gob smacked at the beautiful architecture that even layers of soot and scaffolding couldn’t hide.
  22. This ball was an exceptional affair, given some time before Shrovetide, in honor of the anniversary of the birth of a famous draftsman; and it was expected to be much gayer, noisier, more Bohemian than the ordinary masked ball.
  23. Later on she sold the silver service and bought ceramic dishes, pewter bowls and soup spoons, and alpaca tablecloths, and with them brought poverty to the cupboards that had been accustomed to India Company chinaware and Bohemian crystal.
  24. If Kutuzov decided to abandon the road connecting him with the troops arriving from Russia, he would have to march with no road into unknown parts of the Bohemian mountains, defending himself against superior forces of the enemy and abandoning all hope of a junction with Buxhowden.
  25. If Kutúzov decided to abandon the road connecting him with the troops arriving from Russia, he would have to march with no road into unknown parts of the Bohemian mountains, defending himself against superior forces of the enemy and abandoning all hope of a junction with Buxhöwden.

  26. Wearing a Mara Hoffman bright coral bikini with bohemian styled beading in the middle of the demi bra and sides of the bottom, a beige see-through Chanel crochet cover up, Antik Batik brown leather thong sandals, with a purple orchid lei around her neck and a matching orchid in her beachy wavy hair.
  27. With a calm smile and a gentle wave of the hand, Monte Cristo signed to the distracted mother to lay aside her apprehensions; then, opening a casket that stood near, he drew forth a phial of Bohemian glass incrusted with gold, containing a liquid of the color of blood, of which he let fall a single drop on the child's lips.
  28. The troops of the center, the reserves, and Bagration’s right flank had not yet moved, but on the left flank the columns of infantry, cavalry, and artillery, which were to be the first to descend the heights to attack the French right flank and drive it into the Bohemian mountains according to plan, were already up and astir.
  29. The troops of the center, the reserves, and Bagratión’s right flank had not yet moved, but on the left flank the columns of infantry, cavalry, and artillery, which were to be the first to descend the heights to attack the French right flank and drive it into the Bohemian mountains according to plan, were already up and astir.
  30. Marrying a Jew was not quite the social suicide it would have been two or even one generation previously, especially since Sally Spofford had developed a Bohemian reputation, as grandmother Bo Peep – a name earned at prep school when her girlfriends followed her like sheep – commented to anyone who cared to listen to her boast about her favorite grandchild.
  31. But in what way will in our time be expressed the patriotism of an Irishman in the United States, who by his faith belongs to Rome, by his nationality to Ireland, by his state allegiance to the United States? In the same condition are a Bohemian in Austria, a Pole in Russia, Prussia, and Austria, a Hindoo in England, a Tartar and an Armenian in Russia and in Turkey.
  32. Systematically, serenely, in the same parsimonious way in which he had papered the house with banknotes, he then set about smashing the Bohemian crystal ware against the walls, the hand-painted vases, the pictures of maidens in flow-er-laden boats, the mirrors in their gilded frames, every-thing that was breakable, from parlor to pantry, and he finished with the large earthen jar in the kitchen, which exploded in the middle of the courtyard with a hollow boom.
  33. Yet it was merely a very pretty drawing-room, and within it a boudoir, both spread with white carpets, on which seemed laid brilliant garlands of flowers; both ceiled with snowy mouldings of white grapes and vine-leaves, beneath which glowed in rich contrast crimson couches and ottomans; while the ornaments on the pale Parian mantelpiece were of sparkling Bohemian glass, ruby red; and between the windows large mirrors repeated the general blending of snow and fire.
  34. If an American wishes the preferential grandeur and well-being of America above all other nations, and the same is desired for his state by an Englishman, and a Russian, and a Turk, and a Dutchman, and an Abyssinian, and a citizen of Venezuela and of the Transvaal, and an Armenian, and a Pole, and a Bohemian, and all of them are convinced that these desires need not only not be concealed or repressed, but should be a matter of pride and be developed in themselves and in others; and if the greatness and well-being of one country or nation cannot be obtained except to the detriment of another nation, frequently of many countries and nations,—how can war be avoided?

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