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Frasi con burden (in inglese)

  1. The Burden of a Yoke.
  2. The burden he must bear.
  3. For now it’s my burden.
  4. The entire burden is on me.
  5. It's a constant burden to.

  6. Life became a burden to me.
  8. The burden is not your own.
  9. The burden is on the consumer.
  10. It got a burden off my chest.
  11. I yearned to take His burden.
  12. But a burden in the long term.
  13. Life is a burden and so tough.
  14. Reducing the tax burden of the.
  15. Son, you were never a burden.

  16. It was a heavy burden to carry.
  17. Brian was carrying that burden.
  18. The commands were not a burden.
  19. Rather than bear the burden of.
  20. Here lay aside your burden for.
  21. That’s quite a burden to bear.
  22. I felt the burden of these cares.
  23. The burden of it weighed on her.
  24. The burden of her death was on Mr.
  25. I wouldn’t want to burden them.

  26. I don’t want feel burden to him.
  27. The beast of burden was the two-.
  28. Today that burden had been lifted.
  29. I cannot burden them with this.
  30. Why burden her with that? Nothing.
  31. This in turn increases the burden.
  32. I must carry the burden to the end.
  33. I do not want to be a burden to you.
  34. Marilyn didn’t want to burden her.
  35. This burden is more than I can bear.
  36. In 1835, Henry Burden received the.
  37. Berniece didn’t want to burden her.
  38. He walked—His burden no one shared.
  39. No, she would bear this burden alone.
  40. And realize the burden farmers carry.
  41. On him, then, is the burden of proof.
  42. It is our responsibility, our burden.
  43. You’ve had this burden for a long.
  44. A burden; for a cowl they bartered it.
  45. Why would God give me such a burden?
  46. Home! And relieved of the burden of.
  47. Atlas was trapped under his old burden.
  48. His burden was a vision from the Lord.
  49. It will become a burden to that group.
  50. She doesn't want to be a burden to you.
  51. Because the burden of proof is on us.
  52. His shoulders had borne a heavy burden.
  53. I have no idea how to bear that burden.
  54. I don’t want to burden you even more.
  55. I will be a beast of burden for the Al.
  56. Instead, we have the burden of survival.
  57. Family is not a burden, Sarek said.
  58. Dex left him then, alone with his burden.
  59. What a burden now seemed to weigh down.
  60. This creates an especially heavy burden.
  61. The beasts of burden were another matter.
  62. Love, does my love with weary burden fall.
  63. The burden of it all was: Here they come.
  64. When burden falls, darkness replaces light.
  65. I feel all this burden and I just can't.
  66. Older people should not be seen as burden.
  67. Don’t burden yourself with names, just.
  68. And I don't mean to add to the burden but.
  69. Wouldn’ be a burden on you folks?
  70. That burden cannot be lightened by sharing.
  71. The burden placed on our businesses is huge.
  72. He was a heavy burden as Joe as lifted him.
  73. You do not realise the burden that you lay.
  74. You heard him; this is a burden for him too.
  75. Suddenly he felt tired with the burden of it.
  76. The burden of this theory on already over-.
  77. Never once did he complain about his burden.
  78. That it was I who chose to carry this burden.
  79. Whether he accepts it or not, the burden of.
  80. It was a burden no child should have to bear.
  81. We never burden any soul beyond its capacity.
  82. It was like he was just some burden to him….
  83. I was thinking about the soldier’s burden.
  84. But the tests for SEALs added an extra burden.
  85. I don’t want to burden you with the details.
  86. It seemed a burden, which he could do without.
  87. Actually he feels the burden and understands.
  88. He removes the burden of human guilt and shame.
  89. There is no explanation why this is his burden.
  90. He dreads the consequence, the burden of a soul.
  91. Perhaps that was her burden alone, and her joy.
  92. In hopes that a burden may be relieved from my.
  93. The burden of truth was taking its toll on him.
  94. And that was the heavy burden upon him in this.
  95. Why burden him with the secret? He sat forward.
  96. It is a heavy burden that God has given to the.
  97. It would take that huge burden off my shoulders.
  98. ISLAUGGH’s burden had become Alice’s as well.
  99. The equality of the pressure lightens the burden.
  100. The burden of the word of the LORD against Israel.
  1. Responsibility was burdening her shoulders.
  2. These are all things that can be very burdening for your neck.
  3. Jack, I'm sorry for burdening you with all this but I have to tell someone.
  4. This wasn’t a prize, these thousands of books burdening the tables of the Bodleian Serapeum of Oxford.
  5. The investment is unique and possible of being done, without burdening anybody, even the humblest people.
  6. I hadn’t seen her in five years, and burdening her with my problems would only put a damper on the evening.
  7. It means giving the detective an actual portrait of the person he is sent after without burdening him with a photograph.
  8. What an irony our life has turned out to be! While I slighted him all through, he died burdening me with his magnanimity.
  9. With every gunshot from Ralf's weapon of eternal bullets, a bloated human carcass piled upon the sacrificial pyre of pets his cause was burdening Eartheart with.
  10. For it would have been discreditable to insist on burdening with the common regulations so great an ascetic, who prayed day and night (he even dropped asleep on his knees).
  11. Between the burdening guilt of leaving her alone, and her understanding feelings that subsequently followed, he finally realized the human aspect of their semi-serious relationship.
  12. The people developing the budget of the current administration dont have a clue, with the exception of burdening our progeny until the whatever generation, in order to pay the debts of the current one.
  13. For no man, they argued, not even father, an habitual pursuer of dreams, would push the love of the novelist's art of make-believe to the point of burdening himself with real trunks for a voyage AU PAYS DU REVE.
  14. It's easier without the day-to-day problems burdening you down, but as John pointed out, even at the bottom a person can hold an image in his mind, an image of success and prosperity that keeps his hopes and dreams alive.
  15. In October, 1805, a Russian army was occupying the villages and towns of the Archduchy of Austria, and yet other regiments freshly arriving from Russia were settling near the fortress of Braunau and burdening the inhabitants on whom they were quartered.
  16. Second, stock options are already reflected in the diluted share base used to calculate the earnings-per-share (EPS) figures most investors focus on; by further burdening net income with an expense for options, diluted EPS under today’s accounting clearly reflects double counting.
  17. At the first glance, when Davout had only raised his head from the papers where human affairs and lives were indicated by numbers, Pierre was merely a circumstance, and Davout could have shot him without burdening his conscience with an evil deed, but now he saw in him a human being.
  18. Then, as we had gathered talking with so many, and at any given time someone was always at the door, or in the room with questions, the Spirit of God and His Christ was upon us, and those gathered wanting to understand this new way of life that is so much different than the religious leaders have tried burdening them with.
  19. Besides, this standard unit propitiates to terminate with fixed cost, it eliminates the state-owned bureaucracy, it liberates the entrepreneurs of the country-cost and of the waste and it makes possible its execution for billions of people with consequent generation of income, without burdening the costs of the production.
  20. From Sancho they took his coat, leaving him in his shirt-sleeves; and dividing among themselves the remaining spoils of the battle, they went each one his own way, more solicitous about keeping clear of the Holy Brotherhood they dreaded, than about burdening themselves with the chain, or going to present themselves before the lady Dulcinea del Toboso.
  21. And as God's above, I suddenly thought, why go on in misery any longer, what is there to wait for? Here I have a willow, a handkerchief, a shirt, I can twist them into a rope in a minute, and braces besides, and why go on burdening the earth, dishonoring it with my vile presence? And then I heard you coming—Heavens, it was as though something flew down to me suddenly.
  22. From the moment when Alexey Alexandrovitch understood from his interviews with Betsy and with Stepan Arkadyevitch that all that was expected of him was to leave his wife in peace, without burdening her with his presence, and that his wife herself desired this, he felt so distraught that he could come to no decision of himself; he did not know himself what he wanted now, and.
  23. You know how it goes, right? Jobs that have become a burdening, stressful weight rather than a joyous opportunity to learn and contribute; once vibrant relationships gone sour yet clung to in a monotonous and abject state of surrender; and unending financial woes that in great part are self-generated due to an insatiable purchasing hunger that feeds on itself like the viral monster that it is.
  24. If a certain stable creative Impulse wedges in their dynamics, which decreases their quality (for example, egoistic “emanations” and “psychonations”), then their Inertia, in the form of burdening Energy-Information, affects the speed of propagation of flakses, they “come out” of the structures of iskon “Fields” and begin to “slow down”, being transformed into wave formations — photons.
  25. Brightly, the ferryman's smile lit up; softly, he touched Siddhartha's arm and said: Ask the river about it, my friend! Hear it laugh about it! Would you actually believe that you had committed your foolish acts in order to spare your son from committing them too? And could you in any way protect your son from Sansara? How could you? By means of teachings, prayer, admonition? My dear, have you entirely forgotten that story, that story containing so many lessons, that story about Siddhartha, a Brahman's son, which you once told me here on this very spot? Who has kept the Samana Siddhartha safe from Sansara, from sin, from greed, from foolishness? Were his father's religious devotion, his teachers warnings, his own knowledge, his own search able to keep him safe? Which father, which teacher had been able to protect him from living his life for himself, from soiling himself with life, from burdening himself with guilt, from drinking the bitter.
  1. Burdened with me you would fail.
  2. Burdened by the fact his brother.
  3. My words are burdened: eons, days.
  4. He shut his eyes, heavily burdened.
  5. Who more burdened than Jacob, on the.
  6. Lonesome, burdened with shame, guilt and an.
  7. I don’t want her to be burdened with my grief.
  8. The pain and sadness of the past burdened his heart.
  9. You have been burdened with a heavy responsibility.
  10. Burdened with secrets and afraid of every wrong word.
  11. As he looked at the shop, Darek’s heart felt burdened.
  12. The sky was burdened with odd gray clouds and black smoke.
  13. I have been struggling and burdened all week long.
  14. They are not burdened with questions like, Has anybody.
  15. I’m sorry to have burdened you further with my request.
  16. Today, her soul felt less burdened than it had in some time.
  17. Because of this he was burdened with bitter racial prejudice.
  18. The trip back to Schweinfurt, although she was burdened with.
  19. I was burdened with existence and its irreconcilable problems.
  20. These virgins were even more heavily burdened than the convicts.
  21. Caris was not sure she wanted to be burdened with such a secret.
  22. Fears the thought of being burdened with the "soul" of anything.
  23. She would not be burdened with her society for any consideration.
  24. They bent as if burdened, ducked under the drum of beating wings.
  25. He burdened her with his gigantic efforts to keep her from burdens.
  26. Not to say that I will never be burdened by all of this, because I.
  27. She already felt burdened with guilt over what happened to the horse.
  28. However; he was burdened and wanted to share with his friend Ferguson.
  29. He felt conflicted about having Danny, he supposed, burdened with his.
  30. He was one of the few burdened by the near certainty of what was to come.
  31. We have been given the Comforter to comfort those who are heavily burdened.
  32. It referred to her as elderly, secretive and with an air of being burdened.
  33. His spirit was deeply burdened with sorrow, and his cross hopelessly heavy.
  34. The chain, now burdened with my weight, skipped down the rope at high speed.
  35. He burdened her with his inflated notions of how burdenless she ought to be.
  36. It's the suffering that having creates and that having not is burdened with.
  37. He was entertaining but we learned as well and weren’t burdened by testing.
  38. You’ll enjoy yourself more if you aren’t burdened down like a pack animal.
  39. Our lives are full of so many struggles and burdened with our responsibilities.
  40. A man burdened with a secret should especially avoid the intimacy of his physician.
  41. Sometimes liabilities are burdened with a cost of money, and sometimes they are not.
  42. But, in reaction, horrified, she seized a breath, sucked weight, burdened the balloon.
  43. I shouldn't have woken you and burdened you with the gruesome events of the evening.
  44. The burdened man, so full already of anxieties and worries, was shattered by the blow.
  45. Its golden-green leaves, burdened with white berries, grew out of the tree’s injury.
  46. It is translated tribulation, affliction, persecution, anguish, trouble, and burdened.
  47. She had talented children, yet she felt burdened with them, and she could not feel proud.
  48. He has chosen you, and has not burdened you in religion-the faith of your father Abraham.
  49. If you load them with information they will feel burdened and loose interest in your speech.
  50. A large wooden table, occupying the centre of the room, was burdened with a banquet of food.
  51. Not only are we burdened with the nanny state; we now have to contend with the nanny society.
  52. The fear of slaves who were not constantly burdened and laden with backbreaking work was born.
  53. Burdened vessel: vessel required to take action to avoid collision under the Rules of the Road.
  54. You may be burdened by money responsibilities or you are trying to balance the household budget.
  55. That responsibility burdened him as much as feeding the four of them did back before the starship.
  56. Agnes, burdened beyond bearing with the injustices of the world, chose confrontation over diplomacy.
  57. If the seeker imitates those who are superior to and ahead of him, he will be only burdened with fear.
  58. A stern expression of the lofty, secret suffering of a soul burdened by the body appeared on her face.
  59. Beside him, in a lesser chair, was his young wife, sixteen in years, and burdened by their first child.
  60. Since her goal was to avoid hand to hand combat, why be burdened with it when her hands could be free?
  61. I did not think I would be a good mother and I did not want to be burdened with a baby that was not mine.
  62. He is so burdened with his load but he is not willing to give it up, which is crippling his ability to grow.
  63. Observation teaches that, generally speaking, it is not well for the children that they should be so burdened.
  64. Her heart was burdened from some unknown source that seemed to steal the joy she should be feeling in this moment.
  65. Two days into the siege, our auxiliaries finally began to file in, somewhat burdened by booty from their conquest.
  66. Even now, burdened as he was, he was widening the track for those who followed, thrusting the snow aside as he went.
  67. The wrong-doer whose guilts and wrong doings have burdened will be taken up by his diseases from anything and anybody.
  68. He even felt hatred for himself[a10] and he was burdened by his part in the unjust, idle, luxurious[a11] life.
  69. When taxes are used to cover losses in government industries, then the consumers are further burdened for the extra cost.
  70. Young men, young men, I wish you did but know the comfort of a conscience not burdened with a long list of youthful sins.
  71. The hill was steep and a long way down and a long way up, and they had been burdened with an upright piano, hadn't they?
  72. It struck the ground and then slowly rose again, burdened with dampness and the nauseous odor of rotting leaves and roots.
  73. It greatly burdened me for a short while but I took it for granted because it was his first time of behaving in that manner.
  74. Of course, they have an accountant to do that who might be burdened but takes on the task and thinks of his upcoming paycheck.
  75. But despite those bewitching first rites, she was still burdened by the belief that the loss of virginity was a bloody sacrifice.
  76. There was no way to get to the loo so one of the guys whose bladder was burdened beyond bearing, attempted to piss out the window.
  77. Unlike them, we know that anyone turning to God is not to be burdened beyond the requirements set forth by the council at Jerusalem.
  78. And as Clare was oppressed by the outward heats, so was he burdened inwardly by waxing fervour of passion for the soft and silent Tess.
  79. In this same year, 1823, Thenardier was burdened with about fifteen hundred francs' worth of petty debts, and this rendered him anxious.
  80. She was fat and old, burdened with unruly children whose father was not the man she still loved without hope but a soldier living on his.
  81. The Captain nodded and started to leave, when not being able to hold back what I felt burdened to say any longer I said, We should pray.
  82. John slowly opened his eyes and smiled at her as she approached his bedside, although he couldn't hide his heavily burdened heart from her.
  83. It was a long start Zorathus had, but Conan rode steadily on, knowing that he was traveling faster than the burdened merchants could travel.
  84. Already a portion of our citizens are burdened with oppressive exactions in the form of duties, and heavy taxes are staring all in the face.
  85. Things were going rather well, but she was burdened with very serious emotional problems and remained aloof in the practice of her religion.
  86. Grieving, burdened parents expressed tremendous relief and feelings of fellowship with the mother of a president and a family of high achievers.
  87. I put my head down on the kitchen counter and cried and cried and cried, not hearing Egan trying his utmost to console and ease my burdened heart.
  88. He was a titular counsellor, a man about forty, much disfigured by small-pox, very poor, and burdened with a consumptive wife and an invalid child.
  89. I traced a long file of ants burdened with booty, for about forty yards back, to a very thick clump of heath, whence I saw the last individual of F.
  90. Liggett Company, which operated a large number of drug stores and which was burdened by a high-rental problem similar to that of United Cigar Stores.
  91. If you’re always aiming for perfection in everything you do, you’re going to be burdened by your overwhelmingly increasing stress in the long-run.
  92. She had been burdened by the officer for a long winter in the north of the country, and Andrei and I would be tolerably well off for a while, at least.
  93. The left waist – 6 days after the birthday – is the person’s negative obligations: how the person is burdened; held back, or loses what he has won.
  94. In a suburb there was a doctor Granz, burdened with a family; he was paid half a thaler, such i3 the position of doctors out there, and no one knew him.
  95. They also have not known war for five centuries and are not burdened with any military expenditures, except for the few needed to support the Time Patrol.
  96. I often followed him in his long walks, burdened with his tools, canvases, stand and paints, in search for the right view or seascape to put on the canvas.
  97. It is likewise natural (again from experience) to feel so despondent about your trading failures that everything else you do is burdened by a dark melancholy.
  98. It was the conservative culture of the late sixties, which burdened both families and progeny, male and female, with this agonizing need to settle their children.
  99. And she nursed and fed me, even if burdened herself with me and Beau all that dreadful trip to Tara when she could have she was tired and even if she went hungry.
  100. Breaking the silence in the room, Gabriel said, I think we are all burdened by our country’s actions and maybe our own lack of engagement in political affairs.
  1. She was used to burdens.
  2. He was living with burdens.
  3. Her burdens were her own and.
  4. One who bears their own burdens.
  5. Is it that which burdens you?
  6. Fife had burdens they were unaware of.
  7. Her mind slowly shed its burdens and.
  8. Such heavy burdens are not for all men.
  9. I was sent to bear tidings not burdens.
  10. That was one of the heaviest burdens to.
  11. Burdens the mothers on their nests in June!.
  12. Only those without burdens can scale walls.
  13. We frame the poor, ill, and elderly as burdens.
  14. He’s still so young to bear such burdens.
  15. That no soul bears the burdens of another soul.
  16. It also had the burdens of any software-based.
  17. Many times we try to carry the burdens ourselves.
  18. Finally, Samantha felt her burdens floating away.
  19. God never burdens a soul beyond what He has given it.
  20. Today, even I feel too young to bear such burdens.
  21. Both, whether conscious or not, possess heavy burdens.
  22. He has released you and removed your burdens from you.
  23. He sighed deeply, feeling the burdens too much suddenly.
  24. Relieved, but the burdens of responsibility were heavy.
  25. We all have a variety of talents and burdens and ideas.
  26. Those who are weighed down with burdens and cares are.
  27. I am confident our hearts can achieve the burdens that.
  28. Neither Jemelda nor Frankel deserved to bear such burdens.
  29. For they bind heavy burdens, hard to bear, and lay them on.
  30. Pain, it seems, exists here, as do physical, mortal burdens.
  31. They headed for the ruins, cursing lustily under their burdens.
  32. Heavy-laden, bearing burdens which are no longer yours to bear.
  33. Brokin shook his head sadly: they all had their burdens to bear.
  34. I throw down the burdens that I swore I would never pick up again.
  35. And, besides, I see you already have your own burdens to carry.
  36. He burdened her with his gigantic efforts to keep her from burdens.
  37. If you tire, give me both burdens, and rest the chuff of your hand.
  38. Broad Shoulders: Strong authority and ability to carry large burdens.
  39. A graphic example of State burdens is found in the State of California.
  40. Gal 6:2 Bear ye one another's burdens, and so fulfil the law of Christ.
  41. And the burdens are less conspicuous because they are distributed over.
  42. Everyone could move on without burdens and make new lives for themselves.
  43. Ideally, wellmeaning bureaucrats should work to decrease the tax burdens.
  44. Bear one another’s burdens, and so you will fulfill the law of Christ.
  45. The air around him vibrated, a sign of a life filled with burdens of others.
  46. So just as the Truth frees us from sin it immediately burdens us with bitter.
  47. This will put fewer burdens on teachers with higher dimensional consciousness.
  48. It will impose the burdens of the war on the Atlantic, the commercial, States.
  49. You are taking on more financial responsibility and have more burdens to carry.
  50. But this way I have all the burdens of a wife and mother but no one to help me.
  51. Generally we shy away from new burdens or responsibilities and try to avoid them.
  52. These extra burdens are forcing important financial changes and reorganizations.
  53. I have not come to add to the heavy burdens of those who would enter this kingdom.
  54. So just as the 'heretical Truth' frees us from sin it immediately burdens us with.
  55. Neither of them had fully appreciated the magnitude of the burdens he was carrying.
  56. Then, either release them by grace, or by ransom, until war lays down its burdens.
  57. She dropped her burdens on the way by, then jumped into Herndon's arms with a shout.
  58. In popular Governments there is always a reluctance to laying burdens upon the people.
  59. Then, my old parents had to carry the burdens of life and pay the debts of the family.
  60. Anne nodded, feeling somewhat relieved that one of her burdens had been lifted from her.
  61. Behind them came the other women carrying all his equipment as well as their own burdens.
  62. It is only when you add the burdens of those yesterdays and tomorrows that we break down.
  63. Besides, Belinda, ’twas clear to me that you had no greater Burdens than any other Babe.
  64. These, when the first salutations were over, Long Arrow ordered to lay their burdens down.
  65. I regard a shadow is a reflection of psyche intention displayed under fear bearing burdens.
  66. In doing this we shift our problems and burdens from our shoulders over for God to handle.
  67. But there’s another important legacy of that self-absorption which still burdens society.
  68. And whenever she found mending, she felt that Carreen was shirking her share of the burdens.
  69. Your responsibilities are heavy, Kifter said, concerned by the burdens his friend was.
  70. I hope his burdens have been lifted, and I hope he is watching over me, as he always had my back.
  71. Poor little Retty, though by far the lightest weight, was the most troublesome of Clare's burdens.
  72. A kind of death seemed to seek as a refuge to the overwhelming burdens and guilt in his shoulders.
  73. Half the world’s population or three thousand years, those are the true burdens bestowed upon you.
  74. A good conscious can’t change its mind; the mechanism of liberating from burdens walks with repairs.
  75. Each began to feel the weight of humility, and both were overjoyed in bearing their new secret burdens.
  76. Their own bedding! What a complication of burdens to lay on the back of the patient father of a family.
  77. He was seen as someone who would help them in their need and carry their burdens on his broad shoulders.
  78. The necessity of proper parenting, so desperately lacking in society, added to the terrible burdens of.
  79. But you have got on bravely, and I think the burdens are in a fair way to tumble off very soon, said Mr.
  80. Very few of the women had a change of any sort, because burdens had been reduced to an absolute minimum.
  81. But things that you can’t use or enjoy are merely burdens on you – not real wealth – just headaches.
  82. They galloped down the snowy path in silence, both carrying their own tender burdens and remorseful regrets.
  83. All things work together for good to those that are called up to this life, we all have our burdens to bare.
  84. I think it would be best to form support groups so that they can share the emotional burdens of their dilemma.
  85. He has chosen you and laid on you no burdens in the observance of your faith, the faith of Abraham your father.
  86. The prisoner labours, carries heavy burdens, and the cloth naturally wears out, and gets into holes very quickly.
  87. Sagittarians do not carry the burdens of want and limitation which stop most other people from giving generously.
  88. A person that is hostile, aggressive is an enemy, of man and God led by burdens stopping him from moving forward.
  89. And, indeed, sir, few cases will occur in which the people will submit to support the burdens of an offensive war.
  90. She squared her shoulders for exhausted, she had thought: Burdens are for shoulders strong enough to carry them.
  91. And when the souls of men stagger under these heavy burdens, you will not so much as lift with one of your fingers.
  92. Only those that drink from the bowl atop the half-spire are given this knowledge and the burdens that come with it.
  93. They didn’t launch into their burdens, but rather they eased their way there as the ropes grew taunt with tension.
  94. Ultimately, the regulatory burdens and lack of consumer demand for digital money led companies to abandon the concept.
  95. Still is this a breed highly esteemed and, as you witness, much honored with the burdens it is often destined to bear.
  96. We see no necessity for wars and armies, but we must bear terribly heavy burdens in support of troops and war expenses.
  97. The gnome catapults unleashed their burdens of steel and the balls dispersed in the air as they flew over the city wall.
  98. They placed the heaviest burdens onto the packhorses; they would carry almost three weeks of water for the entire party.
  99. Addicts and beggars and others that have chosen to be burdens to society should have the old-tyme stigma of lepers about them.
  100. Overall, he could put me under great pressure, add to my financial burdens, and sometimes presented a very real physical danger.

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