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Frasi con harmonize (in inglese)

1. The cacophony of trumpets begins to harmonize.
2. You want me to harmonize with you, I see….
3. Harmonize natural talent with talent that motivates.
4. Its action will harmonize with such stimulants as are necessary to take.
5. It is essential, however that your purpose should harmonize with the purpose.
6. Instead, they studied and wrote about how to harmonize oneself with this way.
7. What we can do, for the sake of Truth, is to harmonize one passage with Scripture.

8. But let us assume that what is called science can harmonize all contradictions and.
9. And a man couldn’t harmonize with his crewmates unless he opened his heart to them.
10. Much more important than what number is chosen as the base, is the need to harmonize.
11. And I shall harmonize on my pipe, Hermes said, from the chamber on the other side.
12. The way it works is we harmonize our string with a nearby string and make transfer over when.
13. Thus thirteen does not harmonize with twelve to make heaven, earth and mankind have value of a circle.
14. You would think the puppets would seek to harmonize these passages with any other recorded in Scripture.
15. And last, but not least, no other view appears to me to harmonize with the exclamation of the Apostle St.
16. Naturally there were all sorts of attempts to harmonize these heathen practices with the Christian religion.
17. This deep driving energy is seeking new ways to integrate, new ways to harmonize with each other and the world.
18. For this reason, these puppets stand in a very weak position when having to harmonize twenty passages with one.
19. Learn to balance the head and the heart; harmonize intellectual and cognitive perception with heart-centered perception.
20. At first I thought my goal was to harmonize two different ways of seeing the world and how it got to be the way that it is.
21. If a human undead filth entity can harmonize themselves with a living person; and instantly be where the living person is.
22. To reject the divine qualities that are essential to harmonize us with one another is to reject God’s will for the future.
23. It is utterly impossible to harmonize the New Testament teaching of a resurrection with the pagan teaching of an immortal soul.
24. So, what sounds you feed your body is what it will try to harmonize and integrate with, regardless if it creates cancer or immortality cells.
25. What is the music of compassion, the sounds of grace? To what sounds will we harmonize our hearts and minds from which to have our spirits emerge?
26. To achieve a true victory, the charioteer must ensure that mind and body work together; he must harmonize (harmozein, join) the spiritual and physical.
27. You could say that the beauty of Nature and the Universe is a random design of certain basic structures that are designed to harmonize with each other.
28. It is imperative, therefore, for everyone, for one’s own sake and for the sake of one’s children to harmonize one’s actions to a single melting pot.
29. They try to become you, they ret to harmonize with you so completely: that you cannot later attack them because attacking them would be attacking yourself.
30. The papers on the walls of several of the rooms were not to the new owner's taste, and, of course, the woodwork would have to be re-painted to harmonize with the new paper.
31. In the sign of Libra the universal mind – the soul – expresses its genius for relationships, that is, its power to harmonize diverse elements in a unified, organic way.
32. Then there is the question of the hierarchy of control over any living person, and which undead filth can harmonize themselves better and have more of an unsuspecting influence on them.
33. And as they refuse to harmonize with general facts, and are utterly unintelligible when applied as a historical fact, we conclude that the narrative itself was never designed to be taken as such.
34. It is this Society which has done more than any other one agency, to revolutionize and harmonize the national sentiment as regards the rights of the Indian to civilization and to Christianization.
35. The translators did not dare to make this Hell for them they would have Job asking to go to Hell for relief from his sufferings; it would have made this passage be absolute nonsense, and completely impossible to harmonize with the Hell of today.
36. JOHNSON: Does the doctrine of endless punishment harmonize with the fundamental principles underlying God’s government that the hopelessly wicked, the incorrigibly wicked, shall be blotted out? Trace his dealings with the nations through the centuries.
37. Despite the many passages recorded exclusively on this subject alone, these overseers want to harmonize over twenty clear passages referenced under the New Covenant with one enigmatic passage that apparently supports their position on this particular subject.
38. As this man, also, at the last, must be considered as a manifestation of Spirit; there is nothing sacrilegious in the idea that he, being Spirit, should so harmonize himself with his Origin and Source that he would be able to manifest at least a minor degree of its Power.
39. These hardly harmonize with the ordinary character of English country-houses of the Elizabethan and Queen Anne types, with their many mullioned windows and lead-glazed casements, nor is the other extreme of heavy Classic with ponderous detail and a portico two stories high at all desirable.
40. Having once departed from the indications of reason, men heap up and take upon faith, generally in the shape of laws, revelations, dogmas, such complicated, unnatural, and contradictory propositions that, in order to expound them and harmonize them with the lie, there is actually a need of astuteness of mind and of a special gift.
41. The child is methodically deceived in the most important matter of life, and when the deception has so grown up with his life that it is difficult to tear it away, there is revealed to him the whole world of science and of reality, which can in no way harmonize with the beliefs instilled in him, and he is left to make the best he can out of these contradictions.
42. The glorious man the lord of the whole tower having accordingly finished these alterations called to him the Shepherd and delivered to him all the stones that were lying beside the tower that had been rejected from the building and said to him Carefully clean all these stones and put aside such for the building of the tower as may harmonize with the others; and those that do not throw far away from the tower.
43. But let us assume that what is called science can harmonize all contradictions and possesses an unchanging standard of good and bad by which to try historic characters and events; let us say that Alexander could have done everything differently; let us say that with guidance from those who blame him and who profess to know the ultimate aim of the movement of humanity, he might have arranged matters according to the program his present accusers would have given him—of nationality, freedom, equality, and progress (these, I think, cover the ground).
44. We need only think of a man of our world, educated in the religious tenets of any Christian profession,—Catholic, Orthodox, Protestant,—who wants to elucidate to himself the religious tenets inculcated upon him since childhood, and to harmonize them with life,—what a complicated mental labour he must go through in order to harmonize all the contradictions which are found in the profession inoculated in him by his education: God, the Creator and the good, created evil, punishes people, and demands redemption, and so forth, and we profess the law of love and of forgiveness, and we punish, wage war, take away the property from poor people, and so forth, and so forth.
1. What’s harmonizing, Lez? he said.
2. By harmonizing these three principles, the benefits of yoga.
3. Joey, we have not tried harmonizing all of this time!.
4. Licorice has been used in traditional Chinese medicine in harmonizing the.
5. Since it is considered as a cool to cold medicine, it helps to harmonizing the.
6. In a certain light, the metabolism has been referred to as a harmonizing process.
7. Consious emotions are slowly moving to honor services through harmonizing thoughts.
8. By harmonizing their weak undead aura with your living one without you being aware of it.
9. Simple… the unseen entity who you are harmonizing with, harmonizes its aural body with yours….
10. And harmonizing itself with the living soul in secret… and setting up house inside that living person.
11. And flit instantly to another living person’s aura simply by harmonizing with that other person’s aura.
12. The genius of the community of the common promise is harmonizing differences into a symphony of co-existence.
13. Philo was engaged in the laudable but exceedingly difficult task of harmonizing Greek philosophy and Hebrew theology.
14. He remembered huddling around the piano and harmonizing with his brothers while his mother played carols and his dad made fudge.
15. Whether we respect their repulsive effects upon British hostility or their harmonizing effects among ourselves, they appear to me to be equally strong and persuasive.
16. Rodan was now earnestly engaged in the task of harmonizing his philosophy of life with Jesus' new religious teachings, and he had come to Magadan hoping that the Master would talk these problems over with him.
17. From the little jazz and folk clubs where he’d ridden out his twenties and thirties and from church basements and union halls issued new sounds that, rather than harmonizing what was discordant, made more discord.
18. Plato has himself admitted, in the earlier part of the Republic, that the arts might have the effect of harmonizing as well as of enervating the mind; but in the Tenth Book he regards them through a Stoic or Puritan medium.
19. Moreover, as interpreters began to collect different interpretations of biblical texts, they tended to deal with conflicts between authorities by harmonizing such opinions rather than simply keeping some and discarding others….
20. But with such a definition of the church there appears a still greater difficulty in harmonizing, as Khomyakóv wants to, the church which is united in love with the church which recognizes the Nicene symbol and the justice of Photius.
21. The chairs were of ancient workmanship and materials; over the doors were painted sketches of shepherds and shepherdesses, after the style and manner of Boucher; and at each side pretty medallions in crayons, harmonizing well with the furnishings of this charming apartment, the only one throughout the great mansion in which any distinctive taste prevailed.
22. Set them not down in a low place because they and you have little sympathy, few harmonizing and responding strings in your hearts,�because you soon come to a standstill in communing with them, and discover that they and you have only a limited extent of ground in common! Write it down on the tablets of your heart, that there are many schools, orders, classes, diversities of Christians.
23. Here, then, comes in the mysterious narrative with which the sacred history opens, of a primeval paradise and introductory trial of a man for continuance in life under condition of obedience,—a narrative more rational, and harmonizing better with all the facts of human life and thought, and with our inward yearning for immortality, notwithstanding our evanescence, than any hypothesis of animal descent, or, rather, ascent, from ascidians and the fur-clad grinning monsters of the woods.
1. And harmonized yourself.
2. Their voices harmonized even as they laughed.
3. It grew louder as several other sounds from other rocks harmonized under the first.
4. He was dressed all in white except a sky-blue tie that harmonized with the color of his eyes.
5. There was nothing markedly abnormal in any of these conditions, which harmonized with my former experiences.
6. There is no way that this version of Hell could be harmonized Vine, The immaterial, invisible part of man.
7. If your car shakes and at times is harmonized to your favorite song on the radio you have what we call a Vibration.
8. He had not attended to the train of his thoughts long when he heard some one playing on a flute, and that sound harmonized with his mood.
9. What mattered more than how hard a man rowed was how well everything he did in the boat harmonized with what the other fellows were doing.
10. If there are twenty or fifty undead entities harmonized to one living person: they may be able to corrupt that living person fifty different ways.
11. The universe as a whole is a compatible unit whose pieces have gathered to each other and whose atoms have attracted and harmonized with each other.
12. Her nose was somewhat too thick, but it harmonized well with the vermilion mouth, whose lips, creased in many lines, were full of love and kindness.
13. The universe as a whole is a compatible unit, whose pieces have gathered together and whose atoms have attracted each other and become harmonized with each other.
14. Plato has no idea either of a social State in which all classes are harmonized, or of a federation of Hellas or the world in which different nations or States have a place.
15. The last of these he favored mostly because as it aged its color evolved from that of old ivory to a golden honey hue that harmonized with the burnished red of the cedar hulls.
16. Whether she will be called upon to act against an united, harmonized Government and people—or whether she shall have for her prey, a divided people and a discordant Government.
17. If there is only one entity filth harmonized to that living person: that entity may only succeed in secretly encouraging only the addictions they have; to develop in the unsuspecting living person.
18. I sought, and soon discovered, the three headstones on the slope next the moor: on middle one grey, and half buried in the heath; Edgar Linton’s only harmonized by the turf and moss creeping up its foot; Heathcliff’s still bare.
19. Once in a while we sat together on the pond, he at one end of the boat, and I at the other; but not many words passed between us, for he had grown deaf in his later years, but he occasionally hummed a psalm, which harmonized well enough with my philosophy.
20. I felt her shudder only a second beyond my release and the golden flush that slowly ebbed from my body drew out a cry from me that was almost the same music that she had sung and we harmonized our cries and it echoed in the small room as if we’d rung a chorus of bells.
21. Then there is the question of the combined effect of many entities harmonized inside a single living person: and how many of their evil intentions cancel each other out… or increase their toxicity ten times for every doubled subconscious poison urge inside the living person.
22. Juan Gelmán, an Argentinean poet wrote that poetry is an act of love, a useless, but necessary glowing-red type of job… As most of you know, poetry is one’s lyrical spirit highlighted, and coincides with the harmonized conditions of the heart… So, I decided to play for her, with a poem, the melody that today fills my heart: a ballad that I wrote to celebrate her birthday with a very special gift: A POETIC KISS.
23. But when I told them that no such limitation was made in God's law, and reminded them of the doctrine of brotherhood, of the forgiveness of offences, of love, which are obligatory for all Christians and which could in no way be harmonized with murder, the men of the people generally agreed with me, and on their side put the question to me as to how it happened that the government, which, according to their ideas, could not err, commanded the armies, when necessary, to go to war, and ordered the execution of prisoners.
24. I have already mentioned the general Rule of structurization of “human” Formo-systems of Worlds — “the Law of Eternal Existence of any Form”30: higher-qualitative and more harmonized frequency Configurations of our Stereo-Types are organically “included” into scenarios of development of higher-qualitative Formo-systems of Worlds, and, as a rule (if this doesn’t contradict scenarios of development of other “people”), provide biological structures of manifestation of their NUU-VVU-Configurations with the largest vital reserve (that which we usually mean by the Force of Spirit, the Creative Potential), which has a positive effect on the state of health of our more spiritualized “personalities” and on the “linear” length of their temporary manifestation in these systems of Worlds (length of Life).
1. It harmonizes two essential bodily functions: converting food into.
2. Effective impulse control solves problems and harmonizes relationships.
3. It harmonizes two essential bodily functions: converting food into cells/tissues, and.
4. Every universe has its own specific task to fulfill, that harmonizes with the tasks of.
5. Simple… the unseen entity who you are harmonizing with, harmonizes its aural body with yours….
6. Nature is beautiful because everything in Nature harmonizes with everything else in Nature mathematically.
7. The self-expression of the world harmonizes through the miracle of newborn goodwill within people around the world.
8. And when a beautiful soul harmonizes with a beautiful form, and the two are cast in one mould, that will be the fairest of sights to him who has an eye to see it?
9. It starts a vibration that emits a note that harmonizes with like-minded others growing into a powerful chord that starts others to vibrate and they, in turn, take up the same tune.
10. It is beautiful because all of the supposedly random atoms and molecules and DNA, and chemical and atomic and physical reactions and actions are not random at all, but are mathematically structured in a way that harmonizes with everything else in the Universe.
11. He was a most lovely child, with large blue eyes, of that deep color that harmonizes so well with the blond complexion; only his hair, which was too light, gave his face a most singular expression, and added to the vivacity of his look, and the malice of his smile.
12. For instance: if you tune a lute harmonically so that all the strings are in harmony with each other; based upon the mathematical harmony of thirds, halves, sixths, and twelve’s… Then no matter how randomly you put your fingers on it: most of what you create will be music that harmonizes with itself….

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