hamper frasi

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Frasi con hamper (in inglese)

  1. My aunt sent me the hamper.
  2. I won't hamper you in any way.
  3. Put those things into the hamper again.
  4. That’s why I brought a hamper of balls.
  5. Someone wanted to hamper our investigation.
  6. I strip the bed clean and put them in the hamper.
  7. Mother Narmada want the pot for? Why will she hamper the.
  8. Damn it; why ask? Her Highness sent up a hamper of it.
  9. He opened the laundry hamper and stuffed the used items in.
  10. Getting emotionally attached can seriously hamper that goal.
  11. He threw off his outer clothing: it would hamper his swimming.
  12. Ermengarde had taken up her hamper to share with Sara and Becky.
  13. Soft wet snow will cling to the helicopter and hamper its take off.
  14. Everything is still done to hamper the Protestant missionary work.
  15. The men bend the boy over a hamper and start pulling off his pants.
  16. I move to the Asian partition and the hamper filled with bloody clothes.
  17. One of the prizes was a large hamper containing all sorts of foodstuffs.
  18. As the room steamed up, he undressed and tossed his clothes in the hamper.
  19. He lifted my hair and smoothed it down my back, so it would not hamper him.
  20. That he couldn’t fully open his mouth didn’t seem to hamper his volume.
  21. Truthfully, even these six weren’t enough to seriously hamper my strength.
  22. Nevertheless, Li Hongzhi declined it as the fetter to cultivation, the hamper.
  23. How he wished there was nothing between them, nothing to hamper the sensation.
  24. And wonderfully relaxing, said Robin, as he wrestled the hamper out of his boot.
  25. Blindness would hamper her options of killing herself and returning to Ashley as promised.
  26. Though you have awesome talent, a lack of ‘likeability’ will hamper progress these days.
  27. Then the door opened, and Ermengarde came in, rather staggering under the weight of her hamper.
  28. Having lost, the Federalists did all they could to hamper the incoming Republican administration.
  29. Finally, it will also hamper your concentration along with sluggishness in the examination timing.
  30. Good grief - look what I’ve found! said Robin as he put the hamper into the boot of his car.
  31. But he hitched his horse, threw a little straw into the hamper, and was getting ready to drive away.
  32. Don’t go with trouble mind, trouble heart and trouble soul in your life, it will always hamper you.
  33. Have a two-compartment hamper in the kids’ rooms so they can sort lights from darks as they undress.
  34. Overall, inflation and inflation uncertainty lead to misallocation of resources and thus hamper growth.
  35. You can find yourself incessantly fantasizing about your fetish -to the point where it starts to hamper.
  36. Sally called out to me to go into the kitchen where she was packing the last of the picnic into a hamper.
  37. My Lord, Mohmohtahny said, I have no desire to hamper the Inquisition, but I have vows of my own.
  38. The surface of this long sheet–iron cigar no longer offered a single protrusion that could hamper its.
  39. There, he managed to pee and shower and find clothes that were still a tiny bit clean on top of the hamper.
  40. Now another arctic front was on its way, and the additional snow would hamper anyone’s logistics, even his.
  41. But it was for the Yule Glow, which meant it would be about the fourteenth year in a row so far for a food hamper.
  42. When they sat for dinner, she served him silently as if the distraction of their conversation would hamper his eating.
  43. It is very important to prevent aggression problems as early as possible, since it can hamper your training program.
  44. To see a hamper in your dream indicates that you need to find a more productive way to express your negative feelings.
  45. Well, she said, and began to take sandwiches out of a hamper, to cut bread and butter it and offer it to him as she spoke.
  46. O ye who believe! Take not for intimates others than your folk, who would spare no pains to ruin you: they love to hamper you.
  47. It is fairly cool in this PRIMARY JUNGLE, with little undergrowth to hamper movement, but visibility is limited to about 50m (170ft).
  48. O ye who believe! Take not for intimates others than your own folk, who would spare no pains to ruin you; they love to hamper you.
  49. So we snapped ourselves in weather-proofs, lugged a hamper of sandwiches and red wine, and plunged into the forest on a drear Sunday.
  50. Much change comes in the way of appreciation of sight and that which you refuse to see, because of the energy, can hamper your vision.
  51. She knew that he was honest, and that he was doing his best to help, and any scrutiny could only be a distraction and hamper his progress.
  52. There they had lunch that was meticulously prepared by Robbie and brought in a special waterproof hamper, which he strapped to the mast of the boat.
  53. One day Arnie had surprised her by turning up on her day off and took her on a picnic, he had a hamper full of fried chicken, salad, fresh bread and soda.
  54. As a further precaution, most of the entrances to the Nile had been obstructed with hulks and debris to hamper any vessels attempting to use the waterways.
  55. First she would turn on the faucet in the bathroom, and the radio they kept on the sill by the clothes hamper, because there was no fan to cover the sound.
  56. I think it would be a mistake to underestimate their ability to work around the difficulties it’s likely to impose, but it will definitely hamper them.
  57. The doctor's supplies, the impromptu picnic hamper that he brought over from the barn the previous evening is empty, save for a couple of sachets of Resolve.
  58. Dingle does like a tidy garden as much as you like apple and blackberry pie said Granny as she packed the last of the plates and cups into her enormous hamper.
  59. Are you deliberately attempting to hamper the Inquisition’s holy mission, Father? And are you prepared for the consequences if that is indeed your intention?
  60. But next time, for a change, I'll give you a turkeycock, unless you have a preference for some dabs; and send me back the hamper, if you please, with the two old ones.
  61. She picked up the books, swept the rest of the feast back into the hamper in a jumbled heap, thrust it into Ermengarde's arms, and pushed her before her toward the door.
  62. We searched the hamper, the cabinets, and drawers, but found nothing but the residue of a life lived on the night shift and boozy days spent passed out on a single bed.
  63. The Nautilus's men attached to each fish's tail a ring that was big enough not to hamper its movements, and to this ring a long rope whose other end was moored on board.
  64. In the morning Perithnea told me that grays had been playing at levitating the plastic clothes hamper and one had accidentally allowed it to fall when it reached the ceiling.
  65. The topics of addiction and de-addiction were touched because there is a need to deal with the everyday realities that hamper our progress towards being the best of what we can be.
  66. In the Times this week it was reported that boxing clubs across Britain are facing serious financial challenges that will hamper their ability to recreate the winning performance of London in Rio.
  67. Providing there's no breach of security, no general danger to the citizens of British Columbia or Canada, for that matter, we should refrain from any action that might hamper or prevent the Soviet.
  68. As I watched it winking, I recalled how spectacular the sunset had been the last time that Stormy and I had climbed up there with a picnic hamper, on what we could not know would be the final night of her life.
  69. Here was William rummaging for a token in the pockets of the bluejeans heaped on the sleeping-nook floor—picking them up and tossing them aside, without it ever occurring to him to deposit them in the hamper.
  70. While Jeeter watched dumbfounded one of the beasts snatched an item from the screen and began to chatter excitedly, and it scampered away to place whatever it had found in the hamper at the rear of the lumbering apparatus.
  71. He had slept like a log, what with all the stress of the past few weeks, and a good dinner with one of Denis’s better wines, but he was away from the house just after eight, hamper in the boot, and his rod and tackle on the back seat of the Mini.
  72. He had shovelled away an the beliefs that would hamper him, had cleared the ground, and come more or less to the bedrock of belief that one should feel inside oneself for right and wrong, and should have the patience to gradually realise one's God.
  73. The nation’s energies were devoted to supporting the bombing offensive and a great number of her best and bravest young men gave their lives to carry it out, though in the end it did little to hamper the German war machine, but much to sow the seeds of post war hatred.
  74. China faces severe water pollution issues that will hamper its ability to commercialize its farms, but the country’s interest in agricultural self-sufficiency and its powerful central planning apparatus mean that it could achieve large-scale farm commercialization within a decade.
  75. Holding by a shroud, Starbuck was standing on the quarter-deck; at every flash of the lightning glancing aloft, to see what additional disaster might have befallen the intricate hamper there; while Stubb and Flask were directing the men in the higher hoisting and firmer lashing of the boats.
  76. Notwithstanding the favorable attitude of many of Herod's advisers, and even of Herod himself, there existed a group of his subordinates who were so influenced by the religious leaders at Jerusalem that they remained bitter and threatening enemies of Jesus and the apostles and, later on, did much to hamper their public activities.
  77. Whether fagged by the three days' running chase, and the resistance to his swimming in the knotted hamper he bore; or whether it was some latent deceitfulness and malice in him: whichever was true, the White Whale's way now began to abate, as it seemed, from the boat so rapidly nearing him once more; though indeed the whale's last start had not been so long a one as before.
  78. To drive your boxed car to your office building to return to your multi-roomed home, where you take food from a refrigerator, place it in a microwave and toss its box in the trash, take today's uniform and put it in the hamper for tomorrow's wash, take tonight's bed clothes from a bureau drawer and lay on your king size mattress to watch your big screen, broadband gorging T.
  79. Why is this House called upon, and I am sorry to say it is, too often, and too lightly, to give its sanction to the conduct of individuals in the public service, if its approbation is estimated so trivially? No, sir; this is a great question which I have presented to you, and gentlemen may hamper it with as many amendments as they please; they cannot keep the question out of sight.
  80. He had no pain, to hamper his cause,.
  1. It's hampering his ability to connect.
  2. Factors hampering normal sexual function.
  3. It made my mother's company less hampering.
  4. Some kind of festival filled the streets, hampering him.
  5. They're obviously hampering our investigation and that's illegal.
  6. Barnes isn't the only one of us three who has theories--that reticence is a stuffy, hampering thing.
  7. Many equity option traders complain of poor liquidity hampering their efforts to enter or liquidate positions.
  8. By my faith, my lady, this is the safest way, he said, taking her hands in one of his, hampering her futile efforts to remove his ring.
  9. I was breathing hard and despite my best efforts I was still laughing, which was hampering my efforts to escape, but then I wasn’t really trying to escape.
  10. More than once she thought of going away from him during his absence at the mill; but she feared that this, instead of benefiting him, might be the means of hampering and humiliating him yet more if it should become known.
  11. These were remedial exercises called Patterning, designed to stimulate crawling movements – that crucial part of development that our children had missed, thereby hampering further developments in walking and speech - which are linked.
  12. Lewem hovered obsequiously around Barrad’s every step, hampering his advance and his attempts to appraise the situation – thirty bowmen to the right, twenty heavily armed bodyguards close behind the commanders, plus a massive contingent of men-at-arms beyond them.
  13. She might want to find out about me first, after the cautious and hampering way of women,--oh, I wish women wouldn't always be so cautious, but simply get on with their friendships! She might first want assurances that there was some good reason for my being here all by myself.
  14. Now that the cynical Hindu politicians made the time-tested tactic of the Mohammedan despots their own – give the poor Musalmans more of Islam that keeps them calm, the franchise of the backward castes combined with the Muslim vote came to dominate the Indian politics, debilitating the country’s democratic vitality, hampering its social integration and degrading its citizens’ intellectual integrity.
  15. Moreover, one should ponder the many aspects of the current, crept-in socialistic aspects to our economic system in America; namely, the present welfare state and its hampering effect on individuals, oppressive taxation, inheritance taxes, and the many arbitrary and restrictive interferences with private businesses, like requirements of minimum wages and compulsory liability and medical insurance coverage.
  16. What he really cared for was a medium for his work, a vehicle for his ideas; and after all, was he not bound to prefer the object of getting a good hospital, where he could demonstrate the specific distinctions of fever and test therapeutic results, before anything else connected with this chaplaincy? For the first time Lydgate was feeling the hampering threadlike pressure of small social conditions, and their frustrating complexity.
  1. But a woman is always hampered.
  2. Their progress was further hampered by.
  3. Both had a past, hampered by misfortune.
  4. His vision hampered their lack of wattage.
  5. When I say that knowledge is hampered by.
  6. On the contrary, it hampered them, because of.
  7. Jealous? Then you were hampered by understanding.
  8. An action hampered somewhat by the cast on her leg.
  9. Unfortunately this oversight has hampered our legal system.
  10. Attempts to locate him have been hampered by torrential rain.
  11. His every breath was hampered by the breathing filter he was wearing.
  12. Though he was slightly hampered by an occasional stammer and his gestures.
  13. The firelight hampered his vision, and he thought it only a trick of the eyes.
  14. I don't wish to be hampered by any restrictions in the compilation of my notes.
  15. Oh, they don’t fool me! They just don’t want to be hampered responsibility.
  16. Their progress was hampered by the smoke from the fires that blanketed the planet.
  17. On his thin, weak legs were heavy chains which hampered his irresolute movements.
  18. The hotel d'Aubrion was hampered with mortgages; Charles was destined to free it.
  19. Kirk starts running with the group, but he feels hampered by the restrictive gear.
  20. His expensive tailored evening suit hampered him, as Max did his best to fight back.
  21. Michael leaned as far back as he could, but he was hampered by the back of the chair.
  22. Not as blind as I was in the mall that morning, but definitely hampered by the gloom.
  23. This has only slightly hampered the dynamic of accumulation and reverse Pyramidality.
  24. Direct healing can dissolve these but it is hampered if the diet is remaining the same.
  25. The system of government intervention is the hampered market or just plain interference.
  26. The literal relevancy of Hebrew verses in the Torah is further hampered by the size of the.
  27. But in these great endeavors we are gravely hampered by the political institutions of today.
  28. And no matter how good a mutual fund is, the returns are hampered by the large fees they charge.
  29. That bad tail that she spotted has hampered my investigation more than any other event so far.
  30. I tell you this because I fear that you may be hampered by those religions, which can't save you.
  31. They plot against the Master, and in case anything should happen to me, you would not be hampered.
  32. The wet season had rolled in, bringing much needed precipitation to the jungle, but it hampered Lov.
  33. Gwenda waded through it, desperately hoping that the heavier Sim would be hampered even more than she.
  34. This noise hampered the commando’s who had been unable to use their heightened hearing to the fullest.
  35. Hampered by the clumsy spacesuit and weightlessness he turned in slow motion to face the elevator shaft.
  36. He had a camp-stool on one arm, and what appeared to be a mackintosh, and was altogether greatly hampered.
  37. Lucky for him it was a stylish doorstep and so his eccentricity was nothing that hampered his social life.
  38. Direct healing energy can dissolve these but is hampered if you do not change your diet to one less acidic.
  39. The Chinese President very well knew what it would have meant if India would have hampered Chinese defense system.
  40. The power of meaning perspectives showed in her in this very unhappy and restrictive way and they hampered her life.
  41. As the background usually varies little, the swing of the brush is not hampered on this side as it is on the other.
  42. This contented sense of belonging was being hampered by the fact that his body didn’t seem to want to behave itself.
  43. Droughts in Australia and the Midwest have hampered supply in recent years along with hurricanes and other natural forces.
  44. Forcing the legs into the box was being hampered by this swelling, so Star pierced the layers by stabbing in several places.
  45. The chain from the handcuff on his left wrist to the briefcase on his lap hampered him only slightly as he moved the throttle.
  46. The full integration of candlestick charting has been hampered by a tendency among many proponents to see them as an alternative.
  47. The memo said, The Communists have launched heavy artillery attacks in Laos and Heavy cloud cover and haze have hampered U.
  48. He is very fond of Natural History and various scientific matters, and he is hampered in reconciling these tastes with his position.
  49. The practical application of the Pareto method is often hampered by the small quantity of elements constituting the Pareto optimal set.
  50. As Rosemary aged, however, her mobility became hampered, slowly decreasing over time until finally, in her last years, she used a wheelchair.
  51. Kierd still had superiority of numbers, and the technologically superior Cluster ships were now functionally hampered by their conjoined cargo.
  52. Most to the press ignores the truth that the federal government was stymied and hampered by the slow state-level requests and approvals (required.
  53. I swam more vigorously, but hampered by clothes that were as restricting as a cloak made of lead, I was managing with only the greatest difficulty.
  54. That gave us the double advantage of attacking when they needed to harvest the last of their crops in and not being hampered by rain-soaked terrain.
  55. Periods of construction on the new building hampered a few prospective memos he submitted for delays as he felt a section equaled many valued opinions.
  56. His interference prevented the smooth and timely development of the Luftwaffe, and he hampered the development of rocket propulsion and atomic weapons.
  57. Although most other systems were more technologically advanced, they were hampered by higher battery consumption and less third-party developer support.
  58. This and other governmental actions severely hampered any actions on behalf of the Southern slave owners to reestablish power through financial strength.
  59. Maybe it would prove to be paranoia, maybe it would prove to be true, but I sensed that my pursuers weren’t nearly as hampered by the cottonwoods as I was.
  60. When governments are involved in, or look the other way regarding illegal poaching and trading, well-intentioned organizations’ efforts are severely hampered.
  61. One day Tommy had heard that Martha, then the village postmistress, had taken a nasty tumble from her bike and been severely hampered by the resultant lameness.
  62. Since the end of the last century almost every progressive movement on the part of mankind has been not only discouraged, but invariably hampered, by governments.
  63. The trouble was that, just like Russia, Mexico’s attempts to build a secure and stable socialist state were hampered by internal conflicts and struggles for power:.
  64. The search for the answer to this question is hampered by many factors creating interference effects upon the analysis of criteria effectiveness in option strategy selection.
  65. It has been laid down that a woman shall leave father and mother and any other related obstacle she may have the misfortune to be hampered with, and cleave only to her husband.
  66. The Su-Katii warrior had now removed his helmet as if totally unbothered by the pot shots and continued to casually deflected the arrows that hampered him with a large round shield.
  67. Some energy will always flow through any physical form and much more energy can be supplied if it is something that is hampered by a physical passing through in order to reach an area.
  68. He started to rise hampered by his injured arm, but his movement was arrested as Evette grasped his head with both hands and said, To hell! and twisted sharply breaking his neck.
  69. She fiercely: Turn me loose, Wade! Turn me loose and walk! But the child only clung the started down the stairs, each step hampered by Wade’s dragging hands and she said closer.
  70. Each new and forward evolution of political sovereignty is (and has always been) embarrassed and hampered by the "scaffolding stages" of the previous developments in political organization.
  71. The creation of a surplus in agricultural products for the purpose of trade, income from which could pay for capital investment in the process of modernization, was hampered by several factors.
  72. The practice or form will never die out—I can vouch for that; but what, after all, is the form, I ask once more? You can't compel an examining magistrate to be hampered or bound by it everlastingly.
  73. They were quite prepared to engage on anything remotely like equal terms, and that aggressiveness had severely hampered Earl Sharpfield’s operations against the Gulf of Dohlar’s merchant shipping.
  74. At the end of two years they found themselves exhausted with the protracted campaign, their movements hampered by a lot of worn-out plant and antiquated machinery, and harassed on every side by the lower charges of the Gas Coy.
  75. While demand for coal of all types continues to grow, exports have been slow to respond and are often hampered by insufficient port and rail capacity in large coal-exporting countries such as South Africa, Colombia, and Australia.
  76. After they had both relieved themselves, James gazed around the toilet noticing a small window high up on the one wall, which might have possibilities…but of course, they would be hampered by the cord, that bound them together at the wrists.
  77. The Aryans, who came well after Mohen jo daro, in spite of their emphasis on spirituality, didn’t seem to have hampered the work ethos of yore as would be evident from the prosperity of the populace in the bygone eras of Ramayana and Mahabharata.
  78. Shape-shifting is exceedingly difficult and dangerous, Reen countered, And indetectability would have hampered their enjoyment of social interaction with some of the fine citizens of Latrel, which was part of their objective in coming here.
  79. They proceeded into the building with the others, amongst a dazzling array of flashing light bulbs and clicking sounds, and excited screams and shouts, as the press and fans alike eagerly took photos of the famous rock stars and their hampered guest.
  80. He slowly helped her negotiate the stairs, their progress somewhat hampered by the cats who were playfully chasing each other up and down the staircase, getting underfoot, and periodically batting at their mistress’s crutches with their playful paws.
  81. Reformation may be its cure; and I could reform—I have strength yet for that—if—but where is the use of thinking of it, hampered, burdened, cursed as I am? Besides, since happiness is irrevocably denied me, I have a right to get pleasure out of life: and I will get it, cost what it may.
  82. Certain groups in recent generations, however, have been hampered, for political and social reasons, perhaps, by bureaucratic ―visionaries‖ whose (utopic) imaginations and impractical zeal for alternative (economic) reforms have repeatedly impeded economic progress, if not encouraged underachievement.
  83. Nevertheless, in an avalanche of events, the government was further hampered and weakened by feature stories that included accounts of atrocities by a government mired with rampant corruption, while the flow of arms from Russia and East Germany to the Sandinistas increased, creating a rebel army from the mobs of protesters.
  84. How fool you people are? Who told you Mr Fardeen Sheikh that when a mosque is hampered always Hindus are behind it? And who told you Mr Abhay Pratap Singh that it is always a Muslim who conspires to annihilate the temples and hence deceive the trust, the pious bond between Hindu-Muslim communities? Where do you learn these facts from?
  85. A hunchbacked woman, unfit for harder work, looks after the babies during the day in a room set apart for that purpose, so that the mothers may not be hampered in their duties at the farm; they have only to carry the babies there in the morning, and fetch them away again in the evening, and can feel that they are safe and well looked after.
  86. Going for Moscow in August rather than October may have changed things dramatically, but would its capture have forced the Russians to surrender? The capture of Moscow would have hampered the Soviets' ability to move supplies, but the question of whether the capture of Moscow would have brought about the collapse of the USSR is questionable.
  87. These manipulations consisted in the priest’s regularly lifting and holding up his arms, though hampered by the gold cloth sack he had on, then, sinking on to his knees and kissing the table and all that was on it, but chiefly in his taking a cloth by two of its corners and waving it regularly and softly over the silver saucer and golden cup.
  88. The Republican Establishment, hampered over the years by its high-brow demeanor and perceived indifference to common causes, has squandered an exceptional opportunity to set the political tone over the coming generation; assisted in large measure by the (self) destructive tendencies of Democrats who continue steering further away from popular mainstream opinion(s).
  89. Some of the defenders were hampered with their bicycles, but they resisted as well as they were able, and succeeded in keeping the crowd off until the foot of the hill was reached, and then someone threw the first stone, which by a strange chance happened to strike one of the cyclists whose head was already bandaged - it was the same man who had been hit on the Sunday.
  90. Has the time come for men to cast aside the customs of the State and establish a new order? When a man's inner consciousness has so developed that he feels himself hampered by the requirements of the State, and can no longer submit to the restraint, realizing at the same time that he has ceased to need its protecting care, the question whether or no men have matured sufficiently to enable them to dispense with the State is disposed of without reference to former arguments.
  91. It hampered and handcuffed the most honest consciences from doing anything except castigating themselves for their own personal failings, vices, and sins, while at the same time: it gave the most cunning liars and self-deceivers: the most rotten evil human scum a leg-up in their upwardly mobile scramble for riches and status and fame and power, because it was they who had no conscience to speak of… They were the ones who could deceive themselves better than any honest conscientious, person who truly believed in the Christian-protestant ethics of hard work and poverty and submitting to the will of God and helping others.
  1. The evidence was often stuffed in hampers or washed.
  2. Nothing so hampers human liberty as this wonderful delusion.
  3. And this complexity just hampers our concentration on devotion.
  4. However, the solid conductor hampers the flexibility of the cable.
  5. Granny had arrived with several large hampers and jugs of cool lemonade.
  6. In 1910 people took the trolley out to Chessman's Park with vast picnic hampers.
  7. Evil, and consequently create a spiritual barrier between humanity that hampers the ability to.
  8. There is often a lack of fit with respect to individual goals and work styles that hampers team performance.
  9. Nor was he satisfied with this; for, during the time that he had over, he learned to make hampers and baskets.
  10. And that hampers the fluidity of their thought that is needed to cope up with the realities of the given times.
  11. They swarmed through the rooms, asking questions, opening closets, prodding clothes hampers, peering under beds.
  12. The rover heater is designed to heat air at one atmosphere, and the thin Martian air severely hampers its ability to work.
  13. I suppose his nursery was crammed with Christmas presents and hampers full of cakes and things, and he could see I had nothing.
  14. Investors chase performance and commit capital to PE funds after strong years, a pattern that then hampers subsequent performance.
  15. Some of the inhabitants of Yonville came out into the square; they all spoke at once, asking for news, for explanations, for hampers.
  16. The coarse hardware was spread out on the ground between pyramids of eggs and hampers of cheeses, from which sticky straw stuck out.
  17. Although you may feel that clothing hampers your movement, do NOT discard it for it will shield you from the full force of radiated heat.
  18. People in Spokane found their picnic hampers and filled them with sandwiches and loaded them in the backseats of their own cars and headed west.
  19. Although continuous functioning in such complicated environment hampers the investment process significantly, it provides at the same time a broad spectrum of promising trading opportunities.
  20. Their drivers eased their vehicles under shade trees along the last few hundred meters of the racecourse, then spread picnic blankets on the grass and opened hampers full of sandwiches and cold drinks.
  21. Frederick is a decent runner, faster than Werner, but the commandant seems to count quickly this afternoon, and Frederick’s head start has been abbreviated, and the snow hampers him, and he cannot be over twenty yards away when Bastian raises his left arm.
  22. They end up modifying their strategy, but when that modification doesn’t improve their performance, or worse, hampers their performance, they modify it again as they search for the answer to improved performance, but further modification only makes things worse.
  23. Cocaine is a powerful drug used as a stimulant of the mind that can greatly increase a person's alertness for about one hour, but also tends to interfere with their feeling of pleasure and hampers movement, both of which are controlled by chemical messengers from the brain.
  24. One wagon, ahead of the others, bore four stout negroes with axes to cut evergreens and drag down the vines, and the back of this wagon was piled high with the black bucks were equipped with banjo and harmonica and they were rendering a napkin-covered hampers, split-oak baskets of lunch and a dozen watermelons.
  25. Once the event occurs our cooperation to authorities, encouraging the younger lot to provide help to the needy, taking some sort of control to prevent theft and arsons, regulate the crowd that usually collects and hampers rescue efforts and the doctors amongst us to provide urgent medical aid are some of the tasks we can take upon ourselves and thus be relevant for the society even at this age.

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