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Frasi con mite (in inglese)

  1. Didn't bother you a mite.
  2. He just lit him a mite neither.
  3. The boss reddened a mite at that.
  4. Sales were a mite disappointing.
  5. Little David was small but a mite.

  6. Mama be running a mite of fever again.
  7. Out a mite early in the day it seems.
  8. Hers were polite and a mite embarrassed.
  9. I can’t help but be a mite suspect of.
  10. Mite: A small Jewish coin; about ⅛ of $0.
  11. Swimmin’ in November can be a mite chilly.
  12. Maire has gone to get that mite of a child?
  13. The import fees would be a mite prohibitive.
  14. Please forgive me if I appear a mite tipsy.
  15. I‘m a mite rusty with the medical mumbo jumbo.

  16. A mite like that, I've nothing to say about, but the idea of a.
  17. All of sudden the mite is in medical school studying to change.
  18. In his mite of a hand was a cap, out of which stuck a long pointed.
  19. Anyway, we got a better chance if we rest up a mite before we go on.
  20. Why, we haven’t got a mite of cleaning powder in the house, Mrs.
  21. The spider mite and the aphid are the mortal enemies of the pepper plants.
  22. Acourse not! Give you a mite extra and he's got you feedin' outa his hand.
  23. As we were going to the car, a mite unsteadily, I had an urge to kiss Corina.
  24. I hear Galeron is a mite enthusiastic about cataloguing the keep’s faults.
  25. Even this poor little mite, when he woke up today, asked the nurse if he might go away.

  26. Not enough you may say yer greatness, so could stretch it a mite more to five, that 'ud make.
  27. Lida was a mite of ten and looked younger, because she was such a small, wizened little creature.
  28. I can‘t help but be a mite suspect of the character of those who unswervingly defend the eternal.
  29. Italian like Loren in her prime and was wearing a rough housedress and was a mite disheveled herself.
  30. But some confidence’s a mite different from complete confidence, as you might say, Your Eminence.
  31. By the way old horse, I ran into your doctor friend, Martinez, this morning and he seemed a mite upset.
  32. She was more than willing to oblige, but became a mite confused when she couldn’t find it in its usual place.
  33. Yes, I was a soldier before, and that’s a mite more glamorous, but I don’t miss those months in the field.
  34. Another new boy is Josie Mike, and I think it might well be changed to "Mite," because he is such a small specimen.
  35. I called in a doctor at once, he wrote a prescription, and we were up all night, tormenting the mite with horrid medicine.
  36. To the Blythe girls, after Una had gone, she said, Ain't she a queer little mite? But I've always said she had a good heart.
  37. Love is not giving a lion's share of one’s massive philanthro-capitalist empire, but rather the giving of the widow’s solitary mite.
  38. That time, my tongue loosened just a mite and I answered a few questions and uttered a few sentences and lost what was left of my heart.
  39. He was small like me though just a mite taller, thin and well built, with beautiful, sparkling black eyes and an enchanting smile ….
  40. She was forever orderin’ the ocean to roll on, but she didn’t mean it; I had her out sailin’ once when the bay was a little mite rugged, and I know.
  41. But gentlemen say, in a crisis like the present, when each individual ought to contribute his mite, it is very easy to find fault; and they ask for a substitute.
  42. But where were the others—the ones who would be proud they were of a species with the gray man—the ones whose arms would ache to gather up the small, scared black mite?
  43. Sawyer said he was, as he always had been, willing to contribute his mite to the relief of the sufferers; but he did not wish to see them remunerated from the public treasury.
  44. Nichols has filed a patent application for a line of equipment that uses a brief exposure to extreme heat and hot water for the control of whitefly, aphids, mealybug, scale and mite infestations.
  45. It was a mite too small for his expanded frame, tattered and full of holes but still recognisable as the costume of the teenage archers who had cut the throats of the French nobility twenty-two years earlier.
  46. And as her loving eyes behold her babe she wishes only one blessing more, to have her dear Doady there with her to share her joy, to lay in his arms that mite of God's clay, the fruit of their lawful embraces.
  47. One of the little girls, a mere mite who seemed to have prematurely taken upon herself some charge of the others, stepped out of her place by me, and danced to and from the baby until it left off crying, and laughed.
  48. He run up the ‘Cut-Through’ a little ways, and then come about, and back he comes again, never slackin’ speed a mite, and runnin’ close to the shoal as he could shave, and all the time goin’ through the bloodiest kind of pantomimes.
  49. She knew he must be at some expense, that he would have many things to buy, though to be sure his father and mother would be able to put him in the way of getting everything very cheap; but she was very glad she had contributed her mite towards it.
  50. And by cutting corners what do they get but bits and pieces of accretion? Oh, how they have to take care to remain faceless while still active in their occupation! And in time, they insensibly melt into the multitude of the retired to continue their humdrum existence but not before contributing their mite to corrupt the system.
  51. My dear Sir Thomas, I perfectly comprehend you, and do justice to the generosity and delicacy of your notions, which indeed are quite of a piece with your general conduct; and I entirely agree with you in the main as to the propriety of doing everything one could by way of providing for a child one had in a manner taken into one’s own hands; and I am sure I should be the last person in the world to withhold my mite upon such an occasion.
  52. I can’t help but be a mite suspect of the character of those who unswervingly defend the eternal torture doctrine…I personally believe that these people who staunchly support eternal torture – these folks who almost seem to relish the idea of human beings consciously roasting in agony for all eternity and who become ridiculously irate when a fellow Christian rejects such a ghastly view (even though based upon a thorough biblical analysis) – I believe that such people have given reign to their flesh in this one area.
  53. What are the sinews and souls of Russian serfs and Republican slaves but Fast-Fish, whereof possession is the whole of the law? What to the rapacious landlord is the widow's last mite but a Fast-Fish? What is yonder undetected villain's marble mansion with a door-plate for a waif; what is that but a Fast-Fish? What is the ruinous discount which Mordecai, the broker, gets from poor Woebegone, the bankrupt, on a loan to keep Woebegone's family from starvation; what is that ruinous discount but a Fast-Fish? What is the Archbishop of Savesoul's income of L100,000 seized from the scant bread and cheese of hundreds of thousands of broken-backed laborers (all sure of heaven without any of Savesoul's help) what is that globular L100,000 but a Fast-Fish? What are the Duke of Dunder's hereditary towns and hamlets but Fast-Fish? What to that redoubted harpooneer, John Bull, is poor Ireland, but a Fast-Fish? What to that apostolic lancer, Brother Jonathan, is Texas but a Fast-Fish? And concerning all these, is not Possession the whole of the law?

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    Sfortunatamente non abbiamo ancora frasi di esempio per questa parola.

  1. A miter saw will be useful for this or set a circular saw to cut.
  2. The middle figure was clearly the bishop, wearing his bishop‘s miter and staff.
  3. In back of the shed, lying inconspicuously under a miter saw, he noticed an undeniable stack of magazines through the dim lighting.
  1. We already touched upon the fish-head miters of Christian leaders.
  2. Equally eye opening is the fact that the miters worn by Bishops, Cardinals, and Popes are actually based on a fish’s head, with the.

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