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Frasi con devour (in inglese)

  1. To see is to devour.
  2. A wild beast did devour him.
  3. Devour contents in the street.
  4. To eat, true sense: to devour.
  5. Let the Real devour you in full.

  6. They wanted to devour that first.
  7. Satan shall devour you together!.
  8. And read as he’d devour it all;.
  9. Then her neighbours will devour her.
  10. One reptile will devour the other.
  11. That pig will devour us, greedily!’.
  12. He felt the hunger and craved to devour.
  13. He wanted to devour this game (to the cob).
  14. And then he would devour the witches as well.
  15. Step out of time and see it devour the world.

  16. She told me once that she'd devour you one day.
  17. Reach your hand to the Evil and let it devour you.
  18. The oak was behind her ready to devour another victim.
  19. See also: Tongue, Eat, Swallow, Devour, Bitter, Flesh.
  20. The monster that came at night to devour small children.
  21. He was looking at me like some meat he wanted to devour.
  22. We do not devour, we gnaw; we do not exterminate, we claw.
  23. Lestrygonians, who devour the crews from eleven of his ships.
  24. Devour the semi-defrosted turkey the day before Christmas Eve.
  25. What the Shades didn’t devour, the Hoar Frost King decimated.

  26. Satan encircles us like a roaring lion seeking whom he may devour.
  27. You devour much, the Chinese man said, his eyes narrowing to.
  28. If it cannot devour it gets revenge anyway by becoming destructive.
  29. They shall not long possess the sky, they devour the stars only in.
  30. I had no intentions of venturing out with Sher waiting to devour me.
  31. Christ said apooleia—destroy, devour, state of being destroyed.
  32. They are hungry like lions, ready to devour anything that comes near them.
  33. Give her books, and she would devour them and end by knowing them by heart.
  34. The intruders proceeded to devour what little remaining food they could find.
  35. This illness, plus maternal greed, are the things that today most devour our.
  36. Face them while they are small or they will grow into monsters and devour you.
  37. He has the sensation that something huge and empty is about to devour them all.
  38. JUDGMENT, and a fierceness of fire which shall DEVOUR the adversaries (Hebrews.
  39. A blue-white hot light engulfed him then, as if it was ready to devour him whole.
  40. Also note that a fiery indignation will devour these people who refuse to listen.
  41. The Suitors are arrogant and proud and they devour all the riches from Ulysses’.
  42. I devour an English muffin with cream cheese, the mixed melon bowl and drink my tea.
  43. For the lost (1) judgment then (2) devour in the lake of fire, which is the second.
  44. Morris for an exegesis of the words destroy, perish, consumes, devour, burn up, etc.
  45. The Minotaur smelled deeply and crouched down, ready to devour the flesh of the King.
  46. She watched him watching her, luxuriating in the way his gaze seemed to devour her body.
  47. The more you devour the information on this page and the rest of this book, your heart.
  48. Then, just as the men were ready to devour the fruit, the order came to put it all back.
  49. For the lost (1) judgment then (2) devour in the lake of fire, which is the second death.
  50. For the lost [1] judgment then [2] devour in the lake of fire, which is the second death.
  51. They will run into the woods, without knowing the beasts have been waiting to devour them.
  52. He would devour me with his eyes, she said, smiling and shaking her head as if perplexed.
  53. After that I devour two cans of preserved fruit: this hunt has really given me an appetite.
  54. I roared and flames spewed out to devour the man in front of me as if he were made of paper.
  55. A certain fearful expectation of judgment, and a fierceness of fire which shall devour the.
  56. But if you bite and devour one another, watch out that you are not consumed by one another.
  57. With a mighty clap of thunder the lightning bolt struck the sacrifice and instantly devour it.
  58. I began to devour it at night, when the doors were closed, and read it till the break of day.
  59. They as a group were universal in their desire to rip the ship apart and devour its occupants.
  60. The T-Rex roared, spit, and tilted its head to better perceive the morsel it was about to devour.
  61. It shall devour the strength of his skin: even the first-born of death shall devour his strength.
  62. Thus, he came to see the corrupt as the scourge of the society for they devour at its very vitals.
  63. In this oral, consumer society, is there anyone who was not once devoured and does not devour today?
  64. Marius learned how all this is eaten, and how such are often the only things which one has to devour.
  65. When circumstances starve the body of food, life occupying the body would begin to devour the body in.
  66. At almost every turn of this labyrinth waits a monster that wants to devour Ulysses and his companions.
  67. In the New Testament he is, As a roaring lion, walks about seeking whom he may devour (1 Peter 5:8).
  68. We are now living in a historical moment in which mothers nourish their children so they can devour them.
  69. George Varnell of the Seattle Times shoved his press credentials into his mouth and began to devour them.
  70. You too seek his unfailing and enduring treasure where no moth comes near to devour and no worm destroys.
  71. He shall make them as a fiery oven in the day of His wrath, and His anger shall devour them’ (Psalm xxi.
  72. As I watched her devour her third steak, I soberly acknowledged the possibility that perhaps she hadn’t.
  73. Noisily, I devour the bacon, egg and tomatoey potatoes and wash it all down with two cups of tepid coffee.
  74. Is this a coincidence? Then, when he is trying to return from Troy, how many monsters try to devour him?
  75. The wild dogs were gathering around the circle of light now, and two of them boldly began to devour Penny.
  76. Natasha had an impressive library of show business books in her cottage office, which Marilyn began to devour.
  77. And the dragon stood before the woman who was ready to give birth, to devour her Child as soon as it was born.
  78. So basically I have some demanding bear shaming me into creating a less fiery dining room for him to devour me.
  79. The children sing and devour the pudding, Frau Elena says, Time’s up, and Werner switches off his receiver.
  80. He had a pre-packed sandwich and a tin of Diet Cola on the table in front of him that he was just about to devour.
  81. Let not the red dragon devour the man child as soon as it is born, but let it be caught up to God and to his throne.
  82. A few hours later Adam said, Our fleet encountered The Dark, which is spreading and attempting to devour new worlds.
  83. The wild boar out of the wood would break in and devour; the roaring lion would come in and trample all under his feet.
  84. One reptile will devour the other, Ivan had pronounced the day before, speaking in anger of his father and Dmitri.
  85. The feeling of the Evil that hovered above her and with its cold evil sent the fear through her body to devour her soul.
  86. She pulled away from it, suddenly horrified that it would become real and devour her so that she would have to be there.
  87. Robert quickly made his body into a beanpole so she could hold on while Peter created huge holes to devour the black tar.
  88. He felt their razor teeth bite into his bare legs, hundreds all unconsciously following the simple instruction to devour.
  89. She had seen these men devour and annihilate her partners, including Andy Grubman, a guy she actually missed occasionally.
  90. Woe to you who devour the finest of the wheat; and drink wine in large bowls; And tread underfoot the lowly with your might.
  91. In prison, not being able to devour human flesh, he devours the pages of the Bible and declares himself an Apostle of Christ.
  92. Woe to you who devour the finest of the wheat; and drink wine in large bowls; And tread under foot the lowly with your might.
  93. You thought I killed your parents in cold blood and there were still moments in which you nearly begged me to devour you.
  94. Settling back Brock began to do just that, feeding his memories to the hungry force that waited so impatiently to devour them.
  95. It was useless to devour the little thing with kisses; she could stay in bed no longer, and walked feverishly about the room.
  96. It’s a natural fact that there are Laestrygonians, who are cannibals and who devour the crews from eleven of Ulysses’ ships.
  97. An unholy wave of offspring arose within the underlands and their monstrous appetites were such that they sought to devour all.
  98. After all, it was this plunamic urge for survival that would have induced in them the urge to devour others without as a way out.
  99. On its surface they can still exercise their iniquitous claims, battle each other, devour each other, haul every earthly horror.
  100. All what he does is but to rush upon the grapevines and devour it, for he sees it nothing other than something that could be eaten.
  1. Devouring the leaves in a rage.
  2. THE LABYRINTH OF THE DEVOURING MOTHER.
  3. And a creature is devouring you in terror.
  4. He sunk his head to her neck and began devouring.
  5. They can be seen devouring cherries among the wheat.
  6. She was devouring the shrimps that graced her plate.
  7. I’ve never heard of a mascot devouring the team.
  8. But aren’t such stories grand? I love devouring them.
  9. Who among us shall dwell with the devouring fire? who.
  10. The scent of smoke, flame devouring timber, filled the air.
  11. You burn to catch up, your two wheels devouring the asphalt.
  12. Maggots of corruption devouring the corpse of our civilization.
  13. She knew I was intellectually avid, devouring books by the day.
  14. After devouring everything that I could think of , and having.
  15. I didn't feel sleepy, and I did feel full of devouring anxiety.
  16. I feel sorry for him; the beast is probably devouring him alive.
  17. He seizes the limb and rips it from the dog’s devouring teeth.
  18. I heard the fire first as it sat in the library, devouring books.
  19. My rumbling stomach overcame me and I started devouring the food.
  20. He must unmask his unconscious complicity with this devouring and.
  21. When he had finished devouring his meal, he looked up and saw the.
  22. Carrie was lost in a North Wind world, eagerly devouring each page.
  23. Ulysses’ mother is possessive and absent, devouring and castrating.
  24. I would like to look at one more encounter with the devouring mother.
  25. In, in, always in, devouring the sweaty air, hungering the passions.
  26. The wave roared through the harbor, devouring a small speedboat and.
  27. They are arrogant and they only care about devouring Ulysses’ riches.
  28. I toss my paper sack in the trash can, after devouring every last crumb.
  29. Mickey spoke once the door closed behind Frank, his eyes devouring her.
  30. John walked around her slowly, circling his prey and devouring it from.
  31. His smile was as huge as the steaks he was already devouring in his mind.
  32. We have learned how great the mother’s phallic, devouring power is, and.
  33. Locke imagined subjects walking outside could hear Hiss devouring his food.
  34. It won’t be enough for Ulysses to encounter the devouring mother just once.
  35. He parts his mouth, sucking with a devouring wetness, on her whorling nipple.
  36. The unarmed security guard, who was devouring his late supper while peering.
  37. She shook her head in wonder at his calm audacity, and fell to devouring her pear.
  38. Polyphemus is the first devouring mother that Ulysses encounters during his voyage.
  39. I stand paralyzed as he closes the distance between us, devouring me with his eyes.
  40. I had already seen the fear riddled face of the woman that the zombies were devouring.
  41. There are an infinite number of types of devouring mothers and I have met many of them.
  42. The fury of fire is at the judgment is a consuming, devouring, destroying fire, not an.
  43. The fury of fire is at the judgment and is a consuming, devouring, destroying fire, not.
  44. Thomcat devouring all of your lovely oxygen and totally not feeling bad about it at all.
  45. The little ravening London savage was still snatching and devouring when she turned away.
  46. He had no idea as to whether or not the reconstituted cutlet he was devouring with gusto.
  47. Palmerworm: A destructive locust that suddenly appears in large numbers, devouring herbage.
  48. We lived concealed, content, with closed doors, devouring love, that sweet forbidden fruit.
  49. Thomas’s stomach begged him to hurry; he picked up his sandwich and started devouring it.
  50. Galen thanked him for the food and began devouring the meal, desperate for the distraction.
  51. Yes, master, drunk from the nutmegs it was devouring under that nutmeg tree where I caught it.
  52. Then there were huge sand octopi that came through the crowds, eating and devouring the people.
  53. Like most innocent and well-bred young women, she had a devouring curiosity about prostitutes.
  54. Dominic pulled her away and stepped in between, but Balion’s devouring eyes never left Holly.
  55. The swamp seemed the most savage and devouring place, with no pastoral symmetry or harmony to it.
  56. And what's the horse-shoe sign? The lion is the horse-shoe sign—the roaring and devouring lion.
  57. Curiosity devouring her, Patricia pushed open the entrance door and stepped inside the bar lounge.
  58. As she went out of the room, Becky turned upon the threshold and looked about her with devouring eyes.
  59. They were obviously still too busy devouring their unexpected meal to bother with him for the moment.
  60. They had discovered the horses and immediately set upon them, devouring them in less than three minutes.
  61. It is a death from which there will never be a resurrection THE DEVOURING, CONSUMING, DESTROYING FIRE.
  62. These same blinds now held in check his devouring desires to own more than could be had by legal means.
  63. That the devouring mother exists is a natural fact, just as earthquakes and hurricanes are natural facts.
  64. The sinner in the next booth, God sew up his mouth, was actually sitting in there devouring a candy bar!.
  65. If it returned in full force, neither Anon’s light nor Adros’ staff could stop it from devouring them.
  66. Who among us shall dwell with the devouring fire? Who among us shall dwell with everlasting burnings? ’.
  67. Miss Ellen, who was a great reader, had been devouring a book on the Kaiser of Germany, and she demanded Mr.
  68. She rushed to the open closet as Donald reached into his overcoat and sent another at her, devouring the door.
  69. Muravyof, Fenschaw, Chichagof, and many others affirm that they saw the French devouring their dead comrades.
  70. Mothers might kiss; she had seen her calm mother kiss a new-born baby with a sort of devouring, a cannibalism.
  71. Quickly overcoming his trepidation, he responded, moving into her, acting upon need, devouring her in his kiss.
  72. Many remain controlled by these laws for their whole lives, devouring energy and never creating any themselves.
  73. He feels that the moment he enters into the unknown, he will be thrown into the very jaws of a devouring tiger.
  74. Ulysses’ encounter with the devouring mother is presented by Homer in the Odyssey in six different episodes:.
  75. His tongue explored her like a viper on fire, hungry for her, devouring every inch of her pleasure filled body.
  76. They might have been dragging it farther away, but they were more interested in the devouring than the dragging.
  77. Some combatants, having discovered a few crusts of rather mouldy bread, in a drawer, were eagerly devouring them.
  78. With the fears thus dispelled from her mind, Roopa went on devouring the lips that uttered those reassuring words.
  79. They were all within her as she touched Tommy’s tongue with hers, devouring it like nothing else on earth existed.
  80. See, good things come when you have good manners, I said, but he was too busy devouring the sandwich to notice.
  81. This time the power to enjoy the devouring mother and give her pleasure as well overcomes the fear of being devoured.
  82. I, 56-57) Before a child encounters the devouring mother, he encounters the seductive mother and the castrating mother.
  83. Melissa's eyes were huge with expectation, devouring him, hungry for his words, wanting to believe that she was the one.
  84. Every man has a devouring passion in his heart, as every fruit has its worm; that of the telegraph man was horticulture.
  85. As he came upon the crumpled tower at the edge of the city, the Eater was within him, devouring him from the inside out.
  86. Harry Stemkowsky almost always went through the same exact thought process while he was devouring breakfast at the Dream….
  87. Yet when the heavy mist reached me, parasites crawled under my skin and into my brain, devouring flesh and bone as they went.
  88. A ridge of lighted heath, alive, glancing, devouring, would have been a meet emblem of my mind when I accused and menaced Mrs.
  89. Had the monsters from his cubhood dreams pulled it down into the nadir? Were they even now devouring the body in the cold depths?
  90. Wickland and Del were devouring their hot Chinese food from a local’s favorite that had just been delivered to Wickland’s office.
  91. My revenge is of no moment to you; yet, while I allow it to be a vice, I confess that it is the devouring and only passion of my soul.
  92. Two infantry soldiers were seated in the dust, on the stones of a ruined garden-wall by the roadside, devouring a watermelon and bread.
  93. So lying there tangled among other male in-mates who were once again devouring their breakfast like animals, he began to wail pitifully.
  94. His tongue was demanding as it moved into my mouth and I responded like a ravenous animal, devouring and encouraging him to give me more.
  95. It is important to reflect on the infinite types of complicity that exist between a child who has been devoured and the devouring mother.
  96. Near four o'clock in the afternoon, unable to control the impatience and uneasiness devouring me, I went back to the central companionway.
  97. The fury of fire is at the judgment; it is a consuming, devouring, destroying fire, not an everlasting tormenting fire that cannot consume.
  98. David was sitting there munching away at his pizza, really devouring it with relish; it looked from here like he had not eaten for a month.
  99. The fury of fire is at the judgment and is a consuming, devouring, destroying fire, not an everlasting tormenting fire that cannot consume.
  100. Before I knew it, the shirt was unbuttoned and lay open, and he was devouring the sight of me with eyes turned hungry, but not for my blood.
  1. A Wolf devoured a sheep.
  2. He devoured her with his eyes.
  3. An evil animal has devoured him.
  4. Devoured them with an eager zest.
  5. Ramirez is devoured by jealousy.
  6. Some wild beast has devoured him.
  7. Pinocchio did not eat, he devoured.
  8. Then we’d be devoured by clowns.
  9. The house has devoured her already.
  10. Not so! A secret ambition devoured him.
  11. The steak he had just devoured was an E.
  12. The wolves devoured these animals as well.
  13. I believe I could have devoured that German.
  14. The captain's wife devoured it with her eyes.
  15. The fire began to roar as it devoured the bed.
  16. Breakfast was prepared and devoured in a hurry.
  17. We sat on the bed and all but devoured the food.
  18. I read and devoured more books than I had read.
  19. The Great Hall of Firefly Palace devoured light.
  20. Somewhere, giant waves have devoured lives[sunami].
  21. For he has sold us, and has also quite devoured our.
  22. It devoured children who refuse to obey their elders.
  23. So much of the rest of him had been devoured by moths.
  24. Riddance: Something that is devoured; or gathered away.
  25. His eyes devoured the table but he forced himself to.
  26. Grasping her head in his hands, his lips devoured hers.
  27. DESTROYED, once as DEVOURED by fire, and once as BURNED.
  28. In three or four weeks, Marius had devoured this bliss.
  29. He fed her a slice of apple which she devoured greedily.
  30. Thomas devoured the Old Testament in the Good News Bible.
  31. If we go on like this we’ll be devoured by animals.
  32. The plants completely devoured them from the inside out.
  33. Now with everything in sight having been devoured, they.
  34. Where the wine flows and spills, the food devoured, the.
  35. Donovan devoured two of the small loaves and stashed two.
  36. We devoured our sandwiches, waiting for the rain to cease.
  37. It is Amenhotep, screaming as he is betrayed and devoured.
  38. This was because the sharks had already devoured the first.
  39. Still bitter, Azura took the piece of meat and devoured it.
  40. Hennom (Ge Hinnom) and was devoured by the worm or the flame.
  41. I devoured Leila with my eyes when we were out of the water.
  42. The small bike devoured the miles as if it was its last meal.
  43. The transported youth devoured everything with his eyes, and.
  44. Darek devoured the meat in his hands before saying, I guess.
  45. Lost will be devoured Heb 10:2|The lost can never be devoured or.
  46. LOST WILL BE DEVOURED HEB 10:2 |THE LOST CAN NEVER BE DEVOURED OR.
  47. Lost will be devoured Heb 10:2 |The lost can never be devoured or.
  48. Like a roaring lion ravening the prey: they have devoured souls.
  49. He filched the container out of the bag and devoured it in seconds.
  50. Like all things living, they were eventually devoured by the Plague.
  51. Verse 24 They shall be wasted with hunger, devoured with pestilence.
  52. A child can be devoured in a thousand ways with a thousand different.
  53. They reached out and took him and devoured his delicious dreams with.
  54. I devoured the stack of pancakes without saying too many words to my.
  55. Was Ulysses supposed to let himself and his companions be devoured by.
  56. Of course she didn’t want her son to be devoured by these hags either.
  57. Bokassa, the child who was devoured, or Bokassa, the child who devours?
  58. No wonder then that in such a taking, and devoured by flames that licked.
  59. Like a roaring lion ravening the prey: they have devoured souls [souls-.
  60. It was a loud bang from across the yard that saved him from being devoured.
  61. Like a roaring lion ravening the prey: they have devoured souls [souls -.
  62. Like a roaring lion ravening the prey: they have devoured souls (souls–.
  63. Verse 24 They (Israel) shall be wasted with hunger, devoured with pestilence.
  64. Then the pigeon and ringdove were devoured to the bones and declared excellent.
  65. Later that evening they devoured a cold meal of re-hydrated beef and vegetables.
  66. While her back was turned he swiped all the frying bacon and devoured it tastily.
  67. Princess Ruby devoured an apple; she needed to keep her strength up for tonight.
  68. Two of the corpses appeared to have been partially devoured as though by wolves.
  69. They could also have been the eyes of a large cat just before it devoured its prey.
  70. But if you refuse and rebel, you will be devoured by the sword (Isaiah 1:19-20).
  71. My stomach groaned as a little boy devoured a pie, his fingers dripping with gravy.
  72. I devoured them and picked at my teeth with a claw while he dragged the rope ashore.
  73. Opening it with shaking hands, she then devoured its content in a couple of minutes.
  74. Consumer culture has devoured religion, and everything else into its insatiable maw.
  75. With glowing eyes Heidi devoured the scene; but suddenly she began to sob violently.
  76. Kate had already devoured her hamburger and fries, and was looking at Doug's tater tots.
  77. She hungrily devoured the strap of my sports bra while the discharge ran down her cheek.
  78. She had told everything to the dark green sea that had risen above her and devoured her.
  79. In the hotel restaurant, they devoured a pizza and salad and decided to walk on the beach.
  80. I devoured Zane Grey, while sitting on a horse, herding cattle on a North Dakota prairie.
  81. Pitiful remnant, half devoured of death, you fill men with distress and aversion to life.
  82. Scores of them were seized and devoured by the monsters before they could reach the city.
  83. On the following morning it was seen that one of the corpses had been partially devoured.
  84. Therefore hath the curse devoured the earth, and they that dwell therein are desolate:.
  85. The empty bodies whirled down into the frothing waves, and they were devoured by the ocean.
  86. I recollect having heard an old ballad sung that says, By bears be thou devoured, as erst.
  87. Nine times they are spoken of as be destroyed, once as devoured by fire, and once as burned.
  88. Greed has mutated the bonus into a bounty for how many economic carcasses you have devoured.
  89. For their sign there will appear about the circle men who shall seem to be devoured by lions.
  90. Some small animal had died in their area and I happened to come upon them as they devoured it.
  91. He was devoured and his scooter was shoved back in a corner along with the remains of the cage.
  92. The carcase is often left to rot upon the ground, or to be devoured by beasts and birds of prey.
  93. The bear had taken the meat, devoured it, and satisfied with the gift, had left the reservation.
  94. The world record for eating broccoli is held by Tom Landers who devoured 1 pound of broccoli in.
  95. Apparently they had not seen Freitas’ body, or conversely, maybe the gargoyles had devoured him.
  96. After shedding their skins, the worms began to eat more voraciously, and more leaves were devoured.
  97. The worry that any of her crew really could be devoured any minute brought real tears to her eyes.
  98. I did not eat until late afternoon, when I had a sandwich sent up, and which I devoured while typing.
  99. In this oral, consumer society, is there anyone who was not once devoured and does not devour today?
  100. First the child is masochistic and allows itself to be devoured, then it becomes sadistic and devours.
  1. One reptile devours another.
  2. It devours the treat in one.
  3. This thing all things devours:.
  4. It is an illness that devours us.
  5. He smiles at him as he devours the last of the samples.
  6. In a panic, LP said, I'll drive before this place devours us.
  7. He must face the mother who devours and the mother that seduces and.
  8. Bokassa, the child who was devoured, or Bokassa, the child who devours?
  9. The mantis captures, holds and devours many different bothersome insects.
  10. Therefore, a curse devours the earth, and those who live in it are held guilty.
  11. Fire must be made into something that preserves, not something that devours or consumes.
  12. He greedily plucks and devours the white Gods’ Eye bloom, then another, then another.
  13. Fire must be changed into something that preserves, not something that devours or consumes.
  14. And if any man will hurt them, fire proceeds out of their mouth , and devours their enemies :.
  15. They are the last powerful symbol of a mother who devours the life of both Ulysses and Penelope.
  16. First the child is masochistic and allows itself to be devoured, then it becomes sadistic and devours.
  17. And if any man will hurt them, fire proceeds out of their mouth, and devours their enemies: and if any.
  18. The mother is first sadistic and devours, then she becomes masochistic and allows herself to be devoured.
  19. He devours financial documents including 10-K annual reports, 10-Q quarterly reports, and proxy statements.
  20. In prison, not being able to devour human flesh, he devours the pages of the Bible and declares himself an Apostle of Christ.
  21. It then explodes in all its violence and life becomes an infernal labyrinth that hides a frightening monster that continually devours us.
  22. But there is also the desert, which devours the land and is slowly transforming Belvun into the same kind of place I’m trying to escape.
  23. All know that in that grim chamber lurks some monster from the black night of ages, which devours the shrieking humans Taramis delivers up to it.
  24. And if any man will hurt them, fire proceeds out of their mouth, and devours their enemies: and if any man will hurt them, he must within this way be hurt.
  25. Therefore a curse devours the earth, and its inhabitants suffer for their guilt; therefore the inhabitants of the earth are scorched, and few men are left.
  26. And if any man will hurt them, fire proceeds out of their mouth , and devours their enemies : and if any man will hurt them, he must within this way be hurt.
  27. The hog, that finds his food among ordure, and greedily devours many things rejected by every other useful animal, is, like poultry, originally kept as a save-all.
  28. That lady is more mighty than dainty, she is no way squeamish, she devours all and is ready for all, and fills her alforjas with people of all sorts, ages, and ranks.
  29. The fourth encounter comes about in the Strait of Messina, where Scylla strikes Ulysses’ ship in an instant and devours six of Ulysses’ companions with its six heads.
  30. Lust is the animal that devours respect! the voice of probity protested but with a volume diminished as if by a greater distance than before, but his arm suddenly came loose.
  31. Such a point of the field of battle devours more combatants than such another, just as more or less spongy soils soak up more or less quickly the water which is poured on them.
  32. Just as the caterpillar devours the plant it will return as a butterfly to pollenate, the Livingsons utilized and nurtured the forest, the mountains, the meadows and the waters.
  33. He must have been a nice person! All these poor wretches are perfectly well-behaved; they all seem satisfied, and yet their desire to finish their period of chains devours them.
  34. Lesson: The Lion with the beehive in its belly sleeps and is forever forgotten, but the Green Lion who devours the sun, is remembered and the gold it shits out is forever worshipped.
  35. Mind gives space to divine light, which ultimately devours all the negative and dark conditions and what prevails in the end is nothing but unpolluted sense of oneness and sweetness.
  36. He carefully recalls his descent into Hades, which was possible because of Circe’s indispensable help, and he understands the illusion that devours those who run after power and glory.
  37. She soon accepts a half of each of the little girls’ cookies, as they seem to know that she is hungry, and she devours them hungrily, the oats, the chocolate, the peanut butter and all.
  38. How many human societies have had groups of killers hunting by night under the cover of darkness? What is the archetype of the rapist? Someone who hunts small children at night and devours them.
  39. She, in fact, does not want to make any decisions to recognize and love Ulysses, as she is still attached to her childhood, her expectations, and the maternal element that devours her life (the Suitors).
  40. The bal Mabile is not the polymnia dance of the Janiculum, but the dealer in ladies' wearing apparel there devours the lorette with her eyes, exactly as the procuress Staphyla lay in wait for the virgin Planesium.
  41. But man searches in vain for these truths which he desires so ardently; he in vain devours with avidity each page of Holy Writ; he does not find either them, or the simple doctrine of the resurrection of the dead, explicitly announced.
  42. He clung to one idea—that of his happiness, destroyed, without apparent cause, by an unheard-of fatality; he considered and reconsidered this idea, devoured it (so to speak), as the implacable Ugolino devours the skull of Archbishop Roger in the Inferno of Dante.
  43. I am speaking of myself so I can speak to you about you, with the hopes that someone will see themselves in me, not only because of what you have suffered but because of what you have chosen to do to leave behind your identity as one who was devoured and one who devours.
  44. The scaffold is the accomplice of the executioner; it devours, it eats flesh, it drinks blood; the scaffold is a sort of monster fabricated by the judge and the carpenter, a spectre which seems to live with a horrible vitality composed of all the death which it has inflicted.
  45. The singers were dwelling on one of those low, dying chords, which the ear devours with such greedy rapture, as if conscious that it is about to lose them, when a cry, that seemed neither human nor earthly, rose in the outward air, penetrating not only the recesses of the cavern, but to the inmost hearts of all who heard it.
  46. God; Because they say to you, You land devours up men, and has bereaved your nations: 14 Therefore you shall devour men no more,.

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