clothing frasi

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Frasi con clothing (in inglese)

  1. My clothing is too heavy.
  2. Not a stitch of clothing on.
  4. My clothing was blood soaked.
  5. The wind rips at our clothing.

  6. We would need proper clothing.
  7. They needed food and clothing.
  8. They can cover clothing and.
  9. The Martians wore no clothing.
  10. I’ve saved all her clothing.
  11. Can I have more clothing?
  12. It was wearing white clothing.
  13. Replace wet clothing with dry.
  14. She started tossing clothing on.
  15. Even my clothing didn’t help.

  16. Their clothing, like mine, is.
  17. But if new clothing is needed.
  18. She reached across the clothing.
  19. Lovern stripped off his clothing.
  20. She is not to have any clothing.
  21. She stepped toward the clothing.
  22. Skins make ideal outer clothing.
  23. Is it because my clothing is.
  24. A pile of clothing sat beside it.
  25. She was dressed in male clothing.

  26. She looked down over her clothing.
  27. We have to mix our clothing, too.
  28. I saw blood all over her clothing.
  29. Use gloves and old clothing when.
  30. Her clothing was definitely Chez.
  31. Show some clothing for Sue here.
  32. His first problem was his clothing.
  33. She has a clothing store up there.
  34. Only a high branch and no clothing.
  35. She dressed with a lot of clothing.
  36. We started putting our clothing on.
  37. Clothing and the Joys of Mad Money.
  38. Krimshaw shed some of his clothing.
  39. Putting on clothing was excruciating.
  40. This is part of their clothing line.
  41. Is there any item of clothing that.
  42. I had every size of clothing in my.
  43. The insects penetrate your clothing.
  44. Even his clothing had turned to rags.
  45. Device that interferes with clothing.
  46. Her clothing was fit for a rich girl.
  47. There’s a clothing store there now.
  48. Thor is wearing retro clothing again.
  49. The woman was wearing royal clothing.
  50. Beware the wolf in sheep’s clothing.
  51. Beware of wolves in sheep’s clothing.
  52. Now she could see his clothing better.
  53. I handed out all the clothing and.
  55. Sweat poured and dampened our clothing.
  57. They had provided her with dry clothing.
  58. Huck scanned his own clothing forlornly.
  59. None of them wore a stitch of clothing.
  60. Let me see how much clothing he packed.
  61. Their clothing appeared to be in shreds.
  62. But the clothing of piety-that is best.
  63. I went back over to my clothing as Sue.
  64. Sorry for the lack of proper clothing.
  65. The old man in hemp clothing interrupted.
  66. Both were filled with food and clothing.
  67. Clothing should be trousers and blouses.
  68. A print, then, or a piece of clothing.
  69. I watched them eat holes in my clothing.
  70. Their clothing was straight out of the.
  71. Save Money on Entertainment and Clothing.
  72. Hides were used as clothing and for tee.
  73. And he interfered twict with my clothing.
  74. Then remove clothing from the lower body.
  75. At that morning day, I change my clothing.
  76. Afterwards, he placed it in his clothing.
  77. Wear loose comfortable yoga clothing so.
  78. Frugal Clothing and Transportation Hints.
  79. Wear warm clothing to help conserve fuel.
  80. Explain its clothing, she challenged.
  81. Their clothing though, is cheap imitation.
  82. She needed a bath and a change of clothing.
  83. Clothing Styles: Modest yet sophisticated.
  84. The hotel must have warm clothing on sale.
  85. Since the physical body is mere clothing.
  86. The asbestos was for fireproof clothing.
  87. She had not put any clothing on of course.
  88. Her clothing was not fit for the trashcan.
  89. Clothing did nothing to help the situation.
  90. The clothing store would remain open even.
  91. I have a more recent clothing story for you.
  92. T-shirt, which barely qualified as clothing.
  93. Jessica took off the last piece of clothing.
  94. The clothing store had Matt trapped into a.
  95. There he began packing clothing into his bag.
  96. Once my clothing was off Frank continue to.
  97. My mother cut and stitched his new clothing.
  98. Then I brought our clothing over to the bed.
  99. Her clothing was singed and black with soot.
  100. We will need supplies and spare clothing.
  1. Since we wil be clothed.
  2. The Great King Clothed In.
  3. This longing to be clothed.
  4. He neither shall be clothed.
  6. I would still be fully clothed.
  7. Look at how babies are clothed.
  8. They were poorly clothed and.
  9. She was fully clothed this time.
  10. To a man, they were clothed in.
  11. I have clothed her with my hair.
  12. The shining river clothed in ice;.
  13. I used to think they were clothed.
  14. The Lord reigns he is clothed with.
  15. Great events are clothed in silence.
  16. Just a white clothed man and woman.
  17. He fed, bathed and clothed himself.
  18. Clothed in harsh cloth, with no wife.
  19. This is what it means to be clothed.
  20. Then We clothed the bones with flesh.
  21. Afar, where clothed in green and gold.
  22. She was clothed grey with early spring.
  23. He seemed to her to be clothed in light.
  24. Both were fully clothed and were asleep.
  25. Right now, he is clothed with the spirit.
  26. A fully clothed skeleton blocked his way.
  27. Kareem, fully clothed, lay down on his cot.
  28. This longing to be clothed upon with our.
  29. Healing I found, and I was clothed in white.
  30. At Toulon he was clothed in the red cassock.
  31. Clothed in their bathrobes, they sat sighing.
  32. Clothed and full-fed they are content with all.
  33. They continued on their journey fully clothed.
  34. The whole forest was already clothed in green.
  35. Rose was now clothed only in a bra and panties.
  36. At first, the chained girls were fully clothed.
  37. Lizzie was lightly clothed and started shivering.
  38. He that overcometh, the same shall be clothed in.
  39. The rams of the flock are clothed, and the vales.
  40. Chapter 6…About The Woman Clothed With The Sun.
  41. There she was, fully clothed and fully passed out.
  42. He clothed himself with the name of the tsarevich.
  43. They are clothed in coarse woollen or coarse linen.
  44. And he was clothed with a vesture dipped in blood:.
  45. OR we could now long to be clothed with immortality.
  46. We found Sharon on the couch drunk and half clothed.
  48. In verse 12:1 a woman is clothed with the sun.
  50. Moses and Aaron, clothed in homespun, oozing poverty.
  52. The winged woman clothed in the sun and twelve-star.
  53. John was clothed with camel's hair, and with a girdle.
  54. This longing to be clothed upon with our habitation.
  55. I had fallen asleep fully clothed on top of the covers.
  56. She made sure we were well fed and clothed as children.
  57. It had an interior clothed in a papyrus of corn tortilla.
  59. The guards, clothed in silver armor, carried long spears.
  60. Predictably one fully clothed show-off danced in the pool.
  61. The cat hairs clothed in the chin hits Muslim-brotherhood.
  62. I lay on the bed clothed, Judy soon asleep and snuggled up.
  63. A very thin old man clothed in hemp walked in like a ghost.
  64. It was clothed with fire and the flames engulfed the room.
  65. A great sign appeared in heaven: a woman clothed with the.
  66. Here and there, still seated, were more clothed skeletons.
  67. John came out of the bathroom clothed, his hair still wet.
  68. First, in verse 12:1 a woman is clothed with the sun.
  69. The bones are clothed with intact flesh or muscles (lah m).
  70. However clothed, my body is positioned near the footboard.
  71. Some people or other had clothed him in rags out of charity.
  72. A clothed skeleton rolled out of the chair and floated away.
  75. Tread, Life, Legs, Arm, Water, Clothed, Seven Spirits of God.
  76. And there appeared a great wonder in heaven; a woman clothed.
  77. People looked toward the sound and saw a man clothed in skins.
  78. Fully clothed and sopping wet, he was much heavier than usual.
  79. God; for He has clothed me with garments of salvation, He has.
  80. Zero not wishing to go stark naked, clothed himself in vanity.
  81. Since we will be clothed with a body, we will not be a naked.
  83. Wait in Jerusalem until you be clothed with power from on high.
  84. Although her lower body was now clothed, Ninsan still felt bare.
  85. Although fully clothed, Simon was as naked as he had ever been.
  86. He was seated opposite a man apparently clothed in causal black.
  87. The boys so well clothed for the winter weather passed by quite.
  88. A person can be clothed with Christ, can put Christ on only in.
  89. It is also stated that God made coats of skins and clothed them.
  90. THE SAVED are longing to be clothed upon with our habitation.
  91. Sally ripped open the condom package with her teeth, clothed the.
  92. After these came a huge Negress clothed like Solomon as to colors.
  93. It is time to be girded with My strength and clothed with My ways.
  94. Mother of Harlots, Holy Grail, Sun, Clothed, Crown, Twelve Stars.
  95. And He called to the man clothed in linen at whose loins was the.
  97. Chinedu fell on his bed fully clothed, and fell asleep immediately.
  98. Aaron opens his eyes to see me, fully clothed, standing before him.
  99. He stripped the body and clothed me in the garments and ornaments.
  100. Clothed in shackles and handcuffs, once the other Agents got here.
  1. I look at my clothes.
  2. I took my clothes off.
  3. I get my clothes and.
  4. I sewed my own clothes.
  5. I motion at our clothes.
  6. I put my clothes back on.
  7. The clothes were a gift.
  8. With all her clothes on.
  10. And a change of clothes.
  11. His clothes were old 268.
  12. He did change his clothes.
  13. And clothes for my family.
  14. His clothes are bound to.
  15. Vasy shed his clothes, too.
  16. But the clothes on my back.
  17. She only has her clothes.
  18. Except for the clothes on.
  19. I got some clothes on and.
  20. Nancy looked at the clothes.
  21. I need a change of clothes.
  22. His clothes were almost dry.
  23. But his clothes had changed.
  24. I have to have clothes, Sam.
  25. Put your clothes in here.
  26. Then he noticed his clothes.
  27. Get him a change of clothes.
  28. No one wore civilian clothes.
  29. Maybe my clothes were in it.
  30. He ripped off all my clothes.
  31. They wore no clothes at all.
  32. Put your clothes back on.
  33. He clothes us in His Spirit.
  34. They changed into new clothes.
  35. Clothes outlets by the dozens.
  36. Choose clothes that fit well.
  37. Her clothes were soaked and.
  38. Her clothes were still moist.
  39. Inside were old clothes 280.
  40. Not even a change of clothes.
  41. Give me the clothes now!.
  42. I want to wash your clothes.
  43. Exchange your clothes with me.
  44. Your hair and clothes ignite.
  45. Strip the clothes of identity.
  46. I need some of your clothes.
  47. Buy clothes that are smaller.
  48. I pretended to put a clothes.
  49. It’s only clothes after all.
  50. His clothes still smelled of.
  51. And they had a lot of clothes.
  52. I had to put on their clothes.
  53. The black clothes of mourning.
  54. The clothes of the figures in.
  55. But I usually pack my clothes.
  56. All his clothes floated around.
  57. Without the warmth of clothes.
  58. She was taking off her clothes.
  59. I wore simple but neat clothes.
  60. Someone had changed my clothes.
  61. They, your clothes were lost.
  62. Flowing dark clothes and face.
  63. Clothes are hanging out to dry.
  64. Taking the clothes out, I sat.
  65. She was wearing her new clothes.
  66. When your clothes become very.
  67. Clothes flew and in seconds we.
  68. His clothes were old and coarse.
  69. Help me, my clothes are on fire.
  70. He clothes were torn and soiled.
  71. He changed back into RAF clothes.
  72. Than the clothes of the sex fair.
  73. Those are Earth clothes he’s.
  74. You have better clothes I see.
  75. His clothes are instantly dried.
  76. They wear the same size clothes.
  77. Your clothes will smell whack.
  78. I hated washing clothes by hand.
  79. Take your clothes off, mother.
  80. I've put your clothes in the bin.
  81. She still had all her clothes on.
  82. His clothes were chosen ever so.
  83. And they kept her clothes?
  84. I changed to my ordinary clothes.
  85. Your clothes will still be clean.
  86. He stood up, dusted his clothes.
  87. At least I had the black clothes.
  88. The choice of clothes was a bit.
  89. Marie found clean clothes for me.
  90. She started choosing some clothes.
  91. Wear the darkest clothes you own.
  92. She took off her clothes quickly.
  93. She wore shabby and dirty clothes.
  94. Uh Shay, they have no clothes on.
  95. It was full of women’s clothes.
  96. And warm clothes, she added.
  97. She then gathered her clothes on.
  98. I accepted the clothes with thanks.
  99. I showered and put on new clothes.
  100. They were both in country clothes.

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1. We clothe ourselves in Your love.
2. We a lwa ys throw a wa y old clothe s.
3. You must clothe yourself with this freedom and not.
4. To feed and clothe thee? Why should the poor be flatter'd?
5. What responsibilities? To feed them? To house them and clothe.
6. I can and will create a coveted new fabric to clothe your soul in.
7. It was cold and we had no time to clothe ourselves with warm overcoats.
8. After she left Gorham opened the clothe and looked at an ill-shaped stone.
9. I had to feed and clothe my children, and so I would go wherever a job was.
10. Thus do the civilised clothe their real sensations in splendid robes of courtesy.
11. When a baby gets a fever, baby’s mother puts a wet clothe on baby’s fore head.
12. The question to clothe the committee with compulsory power was carried—104 to 10.
13. They can use good clothes to sell in their thrift shop and to help clothe the needy.
14. Ah, I remember now! Was I not about to clothe you with this beauteous skirt? he.
15. All you have to do is feed and clothe me for four years while I have this free tuition.
16. Then they can not properly feed and clothe their wives and children, he continued.
17. You clothe and color yourself ( soul) by the character of your deeds and their results.
18. There were seven children to raise without a husband and little money to feed and clothe them.
19. There is only one way to clothe yourself in righteousness, and that is to humbly admit our lack.
20. He, Jean Valjean, had made her abandon those rags to clothe herself in these mourning habiliments.
21. The first is the invisible presence and power of the Holy Spirit comes on you, and begins to clothe you.
22. Eze 34:3 Ye eat the fat, and ye clothe you with the wool, ye kill them that are fed: but ye feed not the flock.
23. God will clothe you with the double garment of justice and will set a crown on your head of everlasting honour.
24. He also noticed that his silver-brown transparent clothe was covered with different signs he had never seen before.
25. As three days in April suffice to cover certain trees with flowers, six months had sufficed to clothe her with beauty.
26. When they opened the bathroom door, to their horror they found his body hanging from a clothe line in the bathroom!.
27. Just as Hannah made a new robe, and brought it to her child year by year, so will I clothe my child with love, and prayer.
28. It was given to her to clothe herself in fine linen, bright and clean; for the fine linen is the righteous acts of the saints.
29. The top two shelves were filled with books, but on the bottom shelf was a row of the ugliest clothe dolls Manda had ever seen.
30. All the magnificence of these humble parishes combined would not have sufficed to clothe the chorister of a cathedral properly.
31. All of you, clothe yourselves with humility toward one another, because, ‘God opposes the proud but shows favor to the humble.
32. So, as long as the southern slave owners feed, clothe and house their slaves, and do not whip them too often, they will not rebel.
33. Clothe her enemies with shame, but upon herself let the crown flourish, and continue her long, very long a nursing mother to thine Israel.
34. When you clothe with the spirit, sometimes you feel Him, sometimes you can't stand; so you notice it's like something invisible came over him.
35. A dollar and a quarter a week would board, lodge, and school a boy in those old simple days—and clothe him and wash him, too, for that matter.
36. And they will have nothing left to clothe themselves with except naked fear, and naked hate and naked lies, and naked cowardice and naked killing.
37. So, the images here are meant to be the bodies, because after they vanish, He will create them again, then clothe each body with its own spirit.
38. Those who think that it is only necessary to feed and clothe the prisoner, and to act towards him in all things according to the law, are much mistaken.
39. They are: feed the hungry, give drink to the thirsty, give shelter to strangers, clothe the naked, visit the sick, minister to prisoners, and bury the dead.
40. She saw the eight loud happy Americans below and wanted to call to them: Save me, hide me, help me! Color my hair, my eyes; clothe me in strange clothes.
41. She saw the eight loud happy Americans below and wanted to call to them: ‘Save me, hide me, help me! Color my hair, my eyes; clothe me in strange clothes.
42. Without complaint, and neither of them ever referred to the first ten years of Abigail’s life, when apparently it hadn’t cost anything to feed or clothe her.
43. Let us clothe ourselves with concord being humble temperate keeping ourselves far from all whispering and evil speaking justified by our deeds and not by our words.
44. What responsibilities? To feed them? To house them and clothe their children? To provide them with jobs, cars, telephones and holidays through the sweat of your brow?
45. Every dollar taken by government is a dollar that taxpayers might have better used to put food on tables, clothe families, pay for healthcare, and make house payments.
46. Without Allayn’s officers, and without my manufactory workers and my Treasury workers, Mother Church’s ability to arm, clothe, and feed her defenders will evaporate.
47. And there shall be no iron for war nor shall one clothe oneself with a breastplate; Bronze shall be of no service; And tin shall be of no service and shall not be esteemed.
48. He persuaded Indian National Congress to pass a resolution to stop buying imported cloth from Britain and encourage everyone to start wearing home spun and home weaved clothe.
49. Ilya's employers, and many others in the town, especially of the tradespeople, tried to clothe her better, and always rigged her out with high boots and sheepskin coat for the winter.
50. The Emmaus Center of Ellsworth, Maine has somehow involved the entire area in helping them feed, clothe and house comfortably, an ever-changing mix of homeless women, children and men.
51. The diary contained Linda Wilks's dreams; the film-script-like layout had helped to clothe the sordid reality of what she was doing in the soft-focus lighting of a film seduction scene.
52. Jesus said, "Do not be anxious then, saying, 'What shall we eat?' or 'What shall we drink?' or 'With what shall we clothe ourselves?'" Jesus also recommended a cure for these worries: ".
53. She carried a black leather bag on her left shoulder and a native basket on her head, which perched on a round-weaved clothe meant to support and ease the pain of the basket on her head.
54. He warns them that it is of far more importance to preserve the soul or life to eternity than to be anxious about it on earth; to preserve the body forever than to clothe it curiously now.
55. Madrepores, which one must guard against confusing with precious coral, clothe their tissue in a limestone crust, and their variations in structure have led my famous mentor Professor Milne–.
56. One moment, Jilin said to the interpreter; tell him that he must feed and clothe us well, and that he must put us together so that we don’t feel so lonely, and he must remove our shackles.
57. He says to me Put away from you all wicked desire and clothe yourself with good and chaste desire; for clothed with this desire you will hate wicked desire and will rein yourself in even as you wish.
58. On learning this, the new party had made haste, during the dispute about Flerov, to send some of their men in a sledge to clothe the stripped gentleman, and to bring along one of the intoxicated to the meeting.
59. She moved among them like a popular queen, encouraging them in their labors, sitting down in the workshops, giving words of advice to the workmen whose hands hesitated to cut into the rich stuffs that were to clothe heroes.
60. From that day and date, have we departed from those counsels—in my humble judgment, at least—from those principles, adherence to which had induced the people of the United States to clothe us with their power and confidence.
61. For where there’s Life, Honour may oft’ be recaptur’d—many’s the Duchess who started out a Whore—but where no Life is, what use is Honour? Honour will neither feed the Hungry, nor clothe the Shiv’ring, nor heal the Sick.
62. Transported beyond his age and his own individuality, he was seeing the transmutation of the being men called Khosatral Khel which crawled up from Night and the Abyss ages ago to clothe itself in the substance of the material universe.
63. His happiness in knowing himself to have been so long the beloved of such a heart, must have been great enough to warrant any strength of language in which he could clothe it to her or to himself; it must have been a delightful happiness.
64. Infants there were aplenty in London, but no Money to clothe or feed ’em; and oft’ the very Mother who had borne in Pain, at risque to her own Life, put her own sweet Babe out to starve upon the Street for no Reason but Harsh Necessity.
65. What good do they do? Millions and millions are collected from you and your folk for them—it's no joke to clothe and feed such a host! There are nearly a million of those idlers, and they're only useful to keep the land from you; and it is on you they will fire.
66. They had learned to use the native remedies for malaria and dysentery, to clothe themselves and wash and sleep in the native manner; in consequence they now had far more leisure than when they had been fighting to maintain a western style of life in primitive conditions.
67. Before he can appropriate the labour of the weaker he must feed and clothe them and keep them at work, and so their number remains small; and, besides, this compels the slave-holder to remain continually with the slaves, driving them to work by the threat of murdering them.
68. When neither commerce nor manufactures furnish any thing for which the owner can exchange the greater part of those materials which are over and above his own consumption, he can do nothing with the surplus, but feed and clothe nearly as many people as it will feed and clothe.
69. Those who bear on their shoulders all the labour of life and who feed and clothe the scientists and artists cannot recognize the usefulness of the activity of these men because they cannot even form an idea about an activity which always appears to workmen useless and even depraving.
70. And so I say to you, do not compel us to assign to the guardians a sort of happiness which will make them anything but guardians; for we too can clothe our husbandmen in royal apparel, and set crowns of gold on their heads, and bid them till the ground as much as they like, and no more.
71. To make the clergy mediators between Christ and man,�to exalt them far above the laity, and put all ecclesiastical power into their hands,�to clothe them with sacerdotal authority, and regard them as infallible guides in all Church matters,�this has always been an essential element of the Romish system.
72. Simon son of Jonas do you love Me? Do you love Me? Feed my sheep; Truly truly I say to you when you were young you clothed yourself and walked where ever you would desire but when you shall are old you shall stretch out your hands and another shall clothe you and carry you where ever you do not want; Follow Me.
73. Christ said to the church at Laodicea, You do not know that you are wretched and miserable and poor and blind and naked, I advise you to buy from Me gold refined by fire, that you may become rich, and white garments, that you may clothe yourself, and that the shame of you nakedness may not be revealed (Revelation 317-18).
74. The land which produces a certain quantity of food, clothes, and lodging, can always feed, clothe, and lodge, a certain number of people ; and whatever may be the proportion of the landlord, it will always give him a proportionable command of the labour of those people, and of the commodities with which that labour can supply him.
75. I am occupied with starting a general outline, with the impartation of ideas, with the grounding of a few basic concepts in the consciousness of the reader, and with an attempt to clothe this most abstruse and difficult subject in such a form that some new rhythm of thought may be set in motion, and some new realisations be grasped and held.
76. We shall break out the jib and the foresail, the white houses on the harbour side will glide slowly past us as she gathers steering-way, and the voyage will have begun! As she forges towards the headland she will clothe herself with canvas; and then, once outside, the sounding slap of great green seas as she heels to the wind, pointing South!.
77. A year had now elapsed since her sad marriage, but she had preserved sufficient draperies from the wreck of her then full wardrobe to clothe her very charmingly as a simple country girl with no pretensions to recent fashion; a soft gray woollen gown, with white crape quilling against the pink skin of her face and neck, and a black velvet jacket and hat.
78. In a few days we took occasion to interview his mother and broach the subject of his going to school; but we soon found that the chances were against him; for being the youngest of ten children, there were so many to feed and clothe, as his mother expressed it, she "couldn't get to him," and he had to tote wood and water for her, while she cooked at the big house.
79. He had found himself quite unable in his anger to clothe his hard sayings in forms of speech that would have hidden their brutal force, and he had turned his back at last on her answering bitterness and fled to Baker's, thankful to find when he got there that Priscilla's beauty and the interest of the mystery that hung about her wiped out every other remembrance.
80. Chapter 12: Will a literal pregnant woman be clothe with the sun, have the moon under her feet, and have twelve stars upon her head? Will she literally fly into the wilderness with the wings of an eagle? Will there be a red dragon with seven heads and ten horns and will this dragon be so large that it's tail will literally cast a third of the stars of heaven on the earth?
81. We surrender to her what many say she has been contending for—the commerce of the world—by giving her an opportunity of supplying us with her merchandise under the flag of her friends; and, in the first onset of this war, implicitly acknowledge our dependence upon them; that we cannot do without their manufactures to clothe the nation, nor without their commerce, to raise a revenue to carry on the war.
82. Has the constitution, with the most jealous scrutiny, defined the privileges of a member of this House, not permitting us to define our own, and made our principal privilege an exemption from arrest; and do we clothe ourselves with a power of exempting from arrest, ad libitum, a whole class of society—of creating a privileged order? We are, indeed, a privileged order, but we are privileged by the constitution.
83. All questions as to how the time of labor is best divided, what is the best method of nourishment, with what, in what shape, and when it is best to clothe one’s self, to shoe one’s self, to counteract dampness and cold, how best to wash one’s self, to feed the children, to swaddle them, and so on, in just those conditions in which the working-people find themselves,—all these questions have not yet been propounded.
84. And it is evident that neither the rays of the sun, nor the clothes on the body, nor the stakes, nor the spade, nor the plough, with which each man works, nor the machines with which they labour in the workmen's association, can belong to anyone else than those who enjoy the rays of the sun, breathe the air, drink the water, eat the bread, clothe their bodies, and labour with the spade or with the machines, because all these are necessary only for those who use them.
85. I would begin in April with the king-cups, and leave off in September with the blackberries, and I would keep one eye on the geese, and one on the volume of Wordsworth I should have with me, and I would be present in this way at the procession of the months, the first three all white and yellow, and the last three gorgeous with the lupin fields and the blues and purples and crimsons that clothe the hedges and ditches in a wonderful variety of shades, and dye the grass near the water in great patches.
86. Again, is it not the agriculturist who fattens, for our clothes, his abundant flocks in the pastures? For how should we clothe ourselves, how nourish ourselves, without the agriculturist? And, gentlemen, is it even necessary to go so far for examples? Who has not frequently reflected on all the momentous things that we get out of that modest animal, the ornament of poultry-yards, that provides us at once with a soft pillow for our bed, with succulent flesh for our tables, and eggs? But I should never end if I were to enumerate one after the other all the different products which the earth, well cultivated, like a generous mother, lavishes upon her children.
87. In belief of the good reception and honours that Your Excellency bestows on all sort of books, as prince so inclined to favor good arts, chiefly those who by their nobleness do not submit to the service and bribery of the vulgar, I have determined bringing to light The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote of la Mancha, in shelter of Your Excellency's glamorous name, to whom, with the obeisance I owe to such grandeur, I pray to receive it agreeably under his protection, so that in this shadow, though deprived of that precious ornament of elegance and erudition that clothe the works composed in the houses of those who know, it dares appear with assurance in the judgment of some who, trespassing the bounds of their own.
88. Are not you 4 better than they? Who of you when he tries is able to add to his stature one 5 cubit? If then you are not able for a small thing why are you anxious about the 7 rest? Consider the wild lily how it grows although it toils not nor spins; and I say to you that Solomon in the greatness of his glory was not clothed like one of 8 them; And if God so clothe the grass of the field which today is and tomorrow 9 is throw into the oven how much more shall be to you O you of little faith! Be not anxious so as to say What shall we eat? or What shall we drink? or With what shall we be clothed? Neither let your minds be perplexed in this: all these things the nations of the world seek; and your Father which is in heaven knows your need of all these things.
89. Let your thighs be clothed and your lights be still burning; and you yourselves are like men who wait for their lord when he will return from the wedding; that when he comes and knocks they may open up for him immediately; Blessed are those servants whom the lord shall find them watching when he comes: Truly I say to you that he shall clothe himself and make others sit down to a meal and will come and serve them; and if he shall come in the second shift or come in the third shift and finds them doing so blessed are those servants; but realise this that if the owner of the house had known what hour the thief would come he would have watched and not suffered his house to be broken into; therefore be ready also because the Son of Man will come at an hour when you do not think.
90. But the question ought to have been put thus,—as it would have to be put to a learned rabbi who had studied all the Talmud, and knew the exact number of letters in the Holy Scripture, and all the subtleties of his science:—What can I do, who, from unlucky circumstances, have lost my best years in study instead of accommodating myself to labour,—in learning the French language, the piano, grammar, geography, law, poetry; in reading novels, romances, philosophical theories, and in performing military exercises? what can I do, who have passed the best years of my life in idle occupations, depraving the soul? what can I do, notwithstanding these unlucky conditions of the past, in order to requite those men, who, during all this time, have fed and clothed me, and who still continue to feed and to clothe me?
91. Are you not much better than they? Who by thinking can add one cubit to his height? and why think about clothes? Consider how the lilies of the field grow; they do not toil neither do they spin and yet I say to you that even Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these; therefore if God so clothes the grass of the field while it is today and tomorrow throws it into the furnace shall He not clothe you much more; O you of little faith? therefore do not fix onto anything thinking saying: What shall we eat? Or what shall we drink? Or how shall we be clothed? because the Gentiles seek after all these things because your heavenly Father knows that you all have need of all these things but seek first the Kingdom of God and his righteousness and all these things shall be added to you therefore do not fix onto thoughts about tomorrow because tomorrow shall think of these things by itself; The evil that is in the day is sufficient for the day.
92. If, then, to meanest mariners, and renegades and castaways, I shall hereafter ascribe high qualities, though dark; weave round them tragic graces; if even the most mournful, perchance the most abased, among them all, shall at times lift himself to the exalted mounts; if I shall touch that workman's arm with some ethereal light; if I shall spread a rainbow over his disastrous set of sun; then against all mortal critics bear me out in it, thou Just Spirit of Equality, which hast spread one royal mantle of humanity over all my kind! Bear me out in it, thou great democratic God! who didst not refuse to the swart convict, Bunyan, the pale, poetic pearl; Thou who didst clothe with doubly hammered leaves of finest gold, the stumped and paupered arm of old Cervantes; Thou who didst pick up Andrew Jackson from the pebbles; who didst hurl him upon a war-horse; who didst thunder him higher than a throne! Thou who, in all Thy mighty, earthly marchings, ever cullest Thy selectest champions from the kingly commons; bear me out in it, O God!.
93. The question for me, as for the rabbi, should stand thus: “What am I, who have spent, owing to the misfortune of my surroundings, the year’s best fitted for study in the acquisition of grammar, geography, judicial science, poetry, novels and romances, the French language, pianoforte playing, philosophical theories, and military exercises, instead of inuring myself to labor; what am I, who have passed the best years of my life in idle occupations which are corrupting to the soul,—what am I to do in defiance of these unfortunate conditions of the past, in order that I may requite those people who during the whole time have fed and clothed, yes, and who even now continue to feed and clothe me?” Had the question then stood as it stands before me now, after I have repented,—“What am I, so corrupt a man, to do?” the answer would have been easy: “To strive, first of all, to support myself honestly; that is, to learn not to live upon others; and while I am learning, and when I have learned this, to render aid on all possible occasions to the people, with my hands, and my feet, and my brain, and my heart, and with every thing to which the people should present a claim.
94. The ground of a certain rich man produced abundantly and he thought to himself saying: What shall I do because I have no room where to store my fruits? and he said: This is what I will do; I will pull down my barns and build greater ones and there I will store all my fruits and my goods and I will say to my soul: Soul you have many goods laid up for many years; take your rest eat drink and be merry; but God said to him: You fool this night your soul shall be required of you; Who then shall own those things be which you have provided? such is the one who lays up treasure for himself and is not rich for God; therefore I say to you take no hold of thoughts of your life of what you shall eat; neither for the body what you shall put on; Life is more than meat and the body is more than clothing; consider the ravens because they neither sow nor reap which do not have store houses nor barns and God feeds them; how much more are you better than the birds! and who of you by thinking can add one cubit to his height? If you then are not able to do that thing which is least why think of doing the other? consider the lilies how they grow; they do not toil; they do not spin and yet I say to you that Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these; If God then so clothes the grass which is in the field today and tomorrow is thrown into the furnace how much better He will clothe you O you of little faith? and do not seek what you shall eat or what you shall drink neither be of a doubtful mind because all these things the nations of the world seek after and your Father knows that you have need of these things;.
95. His lord said to him: Well done you good and faithful servant you have been faithful over a few things I will make you ruler over many things you enter into the joy of your lord; Also he who had received two talents of gold came and said: Lord you gave to me two talents of gold; Note I have gained two other talents of gold besides those; His lord said to him: Well done good and faithful servant; you have been faithful over a few things I will make you ruler over many things; enter into the joy of your lord; Then he who had received the one talent of gold came and said: Lord I knew you that you are a hard man reaping where you have not sown and harvesting where you have not cultivated; and I was afraid and went and hid your talent of gold in the ground; see there you have what is yours! His lord answered and said to him: You wicked and lazy servant you knew that I reap where I did not sow and harvest where I have not cultivated therefore you should have placed my money with the money exchangers and then on my arrival I should have received my own back with usury; therefore take the talent of gold from him and give it to him who has ten talent of gold; because for everyone who has it shall be given and he shall have abundance but from him who has nothing even that which he has shall be taken away; and you will throw the unprofitable servant into outer darkness where there shall be weeping and grinding of teeth; When the Son of Man shall come in his glory and all the holy angels with him then shall he sit upon the throne of his glory; and before Him shall be gathered all nations; and He shall separate them one from another as a shepherd divides his sheep from the goats and He shall place the sheep on his right hand side but place the goats on the left; Then the King shall say to those on his right hand: You blessed by my Father come over; Inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world because I was hungry and you all gave Me food; I was thirsty and you all gave Me drink; I was a stranger and you took Me in; I was naked and you all clothed Me; I was sick and you all visited Me; I was in prison and you all came to Me; Then shall the righteous answer Him saying: Lord when did we see you hungry and fed you? Or thirsty and gave you drink? When did we see you a stranger and took you in? Or naked and clothed you? Or when did we see you sick or in prison and came to you? and the King shall answer and say to them: Truly I say to you in as much as you all have done it to one of the least of these my brothers you have done it for Me; Then he shall say also to those on the left hand depart from Me all you cursed ones into everlasting fire prepared for the Devil and his angels because I was an hungry and you all gave Me no food I was thirsty and you gave Me no drink: I was a stranger and you did not take Me in; I was naked and you all did not clothe Me; I was sick and in prison and you did not visit Me; Then they shall also answer Him saying: Lord when did we see you hungry or thirsty or a stranger or naked or sick or in prison and did not minister to you? Then He shall reply to them saying: Truly I say to you in as much as you did it not to one of the least of these ones you did not do it to Me and they shall go away into everlasting punishment but the righteous shall go into eternal life.
96. With fifteen kids to clothe and feed,.
97. Clothe the naked, give the homeless shelter,.
98. The priest asked me to feed her and clothe her and keep her warm,.
99. And there shall be no iron for war, nor shall one clothe oneself with a breastplate; Bronze shall be of no service; And tin shall be of no service and shall not be esteemed,.

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