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Frasi con conveyance (in inglese)

1. The conveyance was accordingly made.
2. Jess and Glain took the next conveyance.
3. AmenMoses are the vessel (conveyance, a.
4. Craves the conveyance of a promised march.
5. This was the conveyance of someone important.
6. He will travel at great speeds and his means of conveyance.
7. The wagon was a four-wheeled conveyance of typical Polish design.

8. Each conveyance sported a single torch at the bow with one on each.
9. Wisdom is the conveyance and sanctuary of Her covenant with humanity.
10. A deed of conveyance that releases any title, interest, or claim the.
11. Anyhow after drinking coffee she had hired a conveyance and had gone on to Wiek.
12. Ultimately that tempest razed the roof off Indra’s conveyance, who immediately.
13. Three well-fed roans stood ready harnessed to a small conveyance with a leather hood.
14. Thus, I have made you a conveyance, to your measurements, which Yazadril provided.
15. During the battle of Gaza in April 1917 camels were used for the conveyance of wounded.
16. Ark of Her Testament– Vessel (conveyance) and sanctuary of the Creator’s covenant ( testament).
17. They were half clad, hungry, too weak to get away on foot and had no means of obtaining a conveyance.
18. Again as on the night of his departure from Moscow, a three-horsed conveyance stood waiting at the door.
19. The bullets were housed in a conveyance resembling a modern refrigerator, on a belt twenty-seven feet long.
20. From the inside of his omnipotent conveyance Loofah watched the world slide past with supercilious detachment.
21. The next conveyance? Could it be that you are talking about the fiery ball that overpasses the pyramid?
22. The measurements that Yazadril took of you, and passed to Alilia when she made your conveyance, were complete.
23. The occasional train travelling in the other direction passed with a whoosh that made their own conveyance rock.
24. My quickness would have to be remarkable, however, and the question of a conveyance was the great one to settle.
25. Clambering out from his toppled conveyance the Devata king took to the air where he created a high-voltage vortex.
26. The bookmaster harrumphed, but knew Forgo was right—these Halflings were exhausted and needed a speedy conveyance.
27. He flew across the water faster than he had ever moved before on any conveyance for he had never ridden a bolting keda.
28. In some places it is even dangerous to travel on horseback, and mules are the only conveyance which can safely be trusted.
29. The objects destined for him may be sent by the common modes of conveyance, with a letter of advice, to the following address:.
30. It simply takes time to break the masses out of information that has been given to them repeatedly in many forms of conveyance.
31. And to answer your third question, you could be said to exist inside the buffer matrix of the conveyance sub-system of Support.
32. The Pennsylvania also had eight taxicabs at the pier for conveyance of the rescued to the Pennsylvania Station, in Thirty-third Street.
33. Ashon sat in the back of the massive vehicle with three of Loco's other soldiers and the rest of the unit was in the second conveyance.
34. They are crazily afraid of everything in the shape of a conveyance run by its own motive power, from a threshing machine to an automobile.
35. She followed the curve of the tree, and waited while the others alighted on the balcony and moved indoors to leave room for her to land Mark’s conveyance.
36. With thousand miles of tumbling waves might have stretched between Tara and Jonesboro the old horse dead, their one mode of conveyance was gone, and there was neither.
37. I jumped up, took my muff and umbrella, and hastened into the inn-passage: a man was standing by the open door, and in the lamp-lit street I dimly saw a one-horse conveyance.
38. Indeed, many a maimed and feeble soldier was compelled to drag his exhausted limbs in the rear of the columns, for the want of the necessary means of conveyance in that wilderness.
39. I brought over some whiter and cleaner sand for this purpose from the opposite shore of the pond in a boat, a sort of conveyance which would have tempted me to go much farther if necessary.
40. Sir: I am favored with another opportunity of writing to you by a private conveyance; and think it probable, at this season, that the frequency of these will render it unnecessary to write to you in cipher.
41. So far as he could see he was rather pale in the face so that it occurred to him as highly advisable to get a conveyance of some description which would answer in their then condition, both of them being e.
42. Finally, he had proposed, after anxious consideration, that Miss Pross and Jerry, who were at liberty to leave the city, should leave it at three o'clock in the lightest-wheeled conveyance known to that period.
43. At a midway point, when Nuttlebury had been passed, and where there were cross-roads, Clare stopped the conveyance and said to Tess that if she meant to return to her mother's house it was here that he would leave her.
44. The fact that I could take a conveyance at the station never occurred to my mind, no, not even when I got out into the street, and stood, taking my anxious bearings, in the midst, so to speak, of twenty thousand hansoms.
45. Our progress was leisurely, and gave me ample time to reflect; I was content to be at length so near the end of my journey; and as I leaned back in the comfortable though not elegant conveyance, I meditated much at my ease.
46. Her eyes could dwell upon details more clearly now, and Mr and Mrs Crick having directed their own gig to be sent for them, to leave the carriage to the young couple, she observed the build and character of that conveyance for the first time.
47. Those capitals may be greater, in almost any proportion, than the amount of the money which serves as the instrument of their conveyance; the same pieces of money successively serving for many different loans, as well as for many different purchases.
48. Domingo trade, was procured for the conveyance of your petitioners to the city of Washington, for which purpose she was hauled down to the watering place, where your petitioners went on board her the 1st day of February, 1806, and the next day (the 2d) the ship put to sea.
49. The heavy luggage would have to wait until the steamer floated off with the next tide, and made her way round to Penzance; but negotiations had begun before we left for the conveyance of the mails in time to catch the up train, by which we also intended travelling to London.
50. With reference to diplomacy, all Napoleon’s arguments as to his magnanimity and justice, both to Tutolmin and to Yakovlev (whose chief concern was to obtain a greatcoat and a conveyance), proved useless; Alexander did not receive these envoys and did not reply to their embassage.
51. With reference to diplomacy, all Napoleon’s arguments as to his magnanimity and justice, both to Tutólmin and to Yákovlev (whose chief concern was to obtain a greatcoat and a conveyance), proved useless; Alexander did not receive these envoys and did not reply to their embassage.
52. It was additionally disconcerting to have madame knitting all the way there, in a public conveyance; it was additionally disconcerting yet, to have madame in the crowd in the afternoon, still with her knitting in her hands as the crowd waited to see the carriage of the King and Queen.
53. An hour after the vehicle was at the door; it was a hack conveyance which was elevated to the rank of a private carriage in honor of the occasion, but, in spite of its humble exterior, the young men would have thought themselves happy to have secured it for the last three days of the Carnival.
54. Now, the spouting canal of the Sperm Whale, chiefly intended as it is for the conveyance of air, and for several feet laid along, horizontally, just beneath the upper surface of his head, and a little to one side; this curious canal is very much like a gas-pipe laid down in a city on one side of a street.
55. He remembered a general impression of the misfortunes and sufferings of people and of being worried by the curiosity of officers and generals who questioned him, he also remembered his difficulty in procuring a conveyance and horses, and above all he remembered his incapacity to think and feel all that time.
56. His first grievance had been the dilapidated conveyance; his second the fact that Richards, who for reasons of his own had not tried to make the expedition a bed of roses, had insisted on his getting out a dozen times to see certain offices, the shaft house, and a number of other buildings, about whose use he was extremely hazy.
57. She now found herself, Cinderella-like, promoted châtelaine, while her brother and his wife who had till that moment expected to find themselves, within a matter of days, in absolute command, were without a roof; the deeds of conveyance, engrossed and ready for signing, were rolled up, tied, and put away in one of the black tin boxes in Lincoln's Inn.
58. Mr Starr was surrounded by a crowd of admirers, and a little later, when he rode away with Mr Belcher and Mr Sweater in the latter's motor car, the ladies looked hungrily after that conveyance, listening to the melancholy `pip, pip' of its hooter and trying to console themselves with the reflection that they would see him again in a few hours' time at the evening service.
59. In answer to the prosecutor's inquiry, where he would have got the remaining two thousand three hundred roubles, since he himself had denied having more than fifteen hundred, Mitya confidently replied that he had meant to offer the little chap, not money, but a formal deed of conveyance of his rights to the village of Tchermashnya, those rights which he had already offered to Samsonov and Madame Hohlakov.
60. The successful employment of the steam-engine, in navigating the rivers and inland waters of the United States, and the probable extension of this mode of conveyance of persons and property, makes those improvements desirable which adapt the steam-engine to this purpose with less complication and expense, placing it more within reach of individual enterprise, and rendering it even useful on our small rivers and canals.
61. Norris found that all her anxiety to save her brother-in-law's money was vain, and that in spite of her wishes and hints for a less expensive conveyance of Fanny, they were to travel post; when she saw Sir Thomas actually give William notes for the purpose, she was struck with the idea of there being room for a third in the carriage, and suddenly seized with a strong inclination to go with them, to go and see her poor dear sister Price.
62. Norris found that all her anxiety to save her brother-in-law’s money was vain, and that in spite of her wishes and hints for a less expensive conveyance of Fanny, they were to travel post; when she saw Sir Thomas actually give William notes for the purpose, she was struck with the idea of there being room for a third in the carriage, and suddenly seized with a strong inclination to go with them, to go and see her poor dear sister Price.
63. The particular undertaking contemplated by the State of New York, which marks an honorable spirit of enterprise, and comprises objects of national as well as more limited importance, will recall the attention of Congress to the signal advantages to be derived to the United States from a general system of internal communication and conveyance; and suggest to their consideration whatever steps may be proper, on their part, towards its introduction and accomplishment.
64. And whilst foreign Governments adhere to the existing discriminations in their ports against our navigation, and an equality or lesser discrimination is enjoyed by their navigation in our ports, the effect cannot be mistaken, because it has been seriously felt by our shipping interests; and in proportion as this takes place, the advantages of an independent conveyance of our products to foreign markets, and of a growing body of mariners, trained by their occupation for the service of their country in times of danger, must be diminished.

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