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Frasi con pedigree (in inglese)

  1. Witches are pedigree of the devil.
  2. Hardly the pedigree of a lazy man.
  3. I told you, said Stan, smiling that pedigree grin.
  4. Each time his pedigree protected him from accountability.
  5. I might say that it is a real, blue-blooded, pedigree American.

  6. She deserved to be known for something more than her familial pedigree.
  7. Thus, the natural system is genealogical in its arrangement, like a pedigree.
  8. The purple in the sky indicates the good home she was raised in and her pedigree.
  9. As to looks, pedigree, or performance, there was hardly a pin to choose between the pair.
  10. Who can show a pedigree like Leviathan? Ahab's harpoon had shed older blood than the Pharaoh's.
  11. And then, the forgotten Abrahamic pedigree of Arabs didn’t get Muhammad’s racial focus either.
  12. He pretended to have some sort of English pedigree but his clients didn’t seem to care about that.
  13. Such a pedigree is indicative of inherent vitality and the possession of vast recuperative resources.
  14. The exalted sense of his pedigree could have made Muhammad fiercely honest, even in the state of deprivation.
  15. Look at the bright side—we are about to improve that child’s pedigree and our own prospects in the process.

  16. Jeez, what a slice of history! I now had less loathing and a little more respect for Odd Job or at least his pedigree.
  17. What's good is management with a pedigree of accomplishment in well-run companies where they may have learned something.
  18. ACT has generated an impressive pedigree of clinical support, with healing claims for everything from addictions to schizophrenia.
  19. For those who have never traded, have a passion to trade pro, and do not possess a stereotypical Wall Street pedigree, let Shark be your inspiration.
  20. But the laird, likewise being a deputy lord-lieutenant, he accepted the invitation, and came with his sister in all the state of pedigree in their power.
  21. It was a life he very much preferred to the post that had been offered to him in Bonn where his pedigree was recognized at the West German Foreign Ministry.
  22. Likewise a company with a low P/E but a shrinking profit history would have a high PEG, thus showing it as a shaggy dog rather than a misunderstood pedigree.
  23. In classing varieties, I apprehend that if we had a real pedigree, a genealogical classification would be universally preferred; and it has been attempted in some cases.
  24. Jud Brewer, a compact thirty-eight-year-old with short brown hair, perfect teeth, and an ebullient manner that reflects both his earnest Indiana roots and Ivy League pedigree.
  25. One program,’ Family Tree’ was specialist genealogical software that enabled you to create your own family pedigree chart, something in which he had always had a fascination.

  26. Attaining an officer’s rank was of supreme importance to Watanabe, and when he applied to become an officer, he probably thought that acceptance was his due, given his education and pedigree.
  27. The brand new professional horse racing track was almost exactly three quarters of a mile in circumference, and it was set up specifically for both horse and dog races, offering up pedigree animal racing.
  28. Screwing silencers to their pistols first, the two men quietly entered first the cabin occupied by Abramovich’s head bodyguard, a dangerous man indeed with Russian special forces training to his pedigree.
  29. Ilusha, who had heard three days before that he was to be presented with a puppy, not an ordinary puppy, but a pedigree mastiff (a very important point, of course), tried from delicacy of feeling to pretend that he was pleased.
  30. Lastly, with monstrous impudence he used to say "you" to his equals and even those who knew what he was, and declare that his arm was his father and his deeds his pedigree, and that being a soldier he was as good as the king himself.
  31. Veynes fought it, there is that to his credit; and it is pleasant to remember that, of all his obligations, duty to his father died the hardest; sheer tenderness for the old man’s hopes often wringing from him a resolve to conquer passion and wed a pedigree.
  32. And first they had him into the study, where they showed him records of the greatest antiquity; in which, as I remember my dream, they showed him first the pedigree of the Lord of the hill, that he was the son of the Ancient of Days, and came by that eternal generation.
  33. If we possessed a perfect pedigree of mankind, a genealogical arrangement of the races of man would afford the best classification of the various languages now spoken throughout the world; and if all extinct languages, and all intermediate and slowly changing dialects, were to be included, such an arrangement would be the only possible one.
  34. That shared, be wise and not deceived by what will seem what it is not: Love doth not hide behind half-truths nor levy pressure to persuade; it can’t be used to further greed nor foster acts of selfishness; Love takes no pride in pedigree nor threatens the environment; it neither motivates by fear nor rests where sleeps complacency, but manifests scenarios designed to challenge staid ideals.
  35. True it is I am a gentleman of known house, of estate and property, and entitled to the five hundred sueldos mulct; and it may be that the sage who shall write my history will so clear up my ancestry and pedigree that I may find myself fifth or sixth in descent from a king; for I would have thee know, Sancho, that there are two kinds of lineages in the world; some there be tracing and deriving their descent from kings and princes, whom time has reduced little by little until they end in a point like a pyramid upside down; and others who spring from the common herd and go on rising step by step until they come to be great lords; so that the difference is that the one were what they no longer are, and the others are what they formerly were not.
  36. Thinkest thou that the Amarillises, the Phillises, the Sylvias, the Dianas, the Galateas, the Filidas, and all the rest of them, that the books, the ballads, the barber's shops, the theatres are full of, were really and truly ladies of flesh and blood, and mistresses of those that glorify and have glorified them? Nothing of the kind; they only invent them for the most part to furnish a subject for their verses, and that they may pass for lovers, or for men valiant enough to be so; and so it suffices me to think and believe that the good Aldonza Lorenzo is fair and virtuous; and as to her pedigree it is very little matter, for no one will examine into it for the purpose of conferring any order upon her, and I, for my part, reckon her the most exalted princess in the world.
  37. And by that way wend the herds innumerable of bellwethers and flushed ewes and shearling rams and lambs and stubble geese and medium steers and roaring mares and polled calves and longwoods and storesheep and Cuffe's prime springers and culls and sowpigs and baconhogs and the various different varieties of highly distinguished swine and Angus heifers and polly bulllocks of immaculate pedigree together with prime premiated milchcows and beeves: and there is ever heard a trampling, cackling, roaring, lowing, bleating, bellowing, rumbling, grunting, champing, chewing, of sheep and pigs and heavyhooved kine from pasturelands of Lusk and Rush and Carrickmines and from the streamy vales of Thomond, from the M'Gillicuddy's reeks the inaccessible and lordly Shannon the unfathomable, and from the gentle declivities of the place of the race of Kiar, their udders distended with superabundance of milk and butts of butter and rennets of cheese and farmer's firkins and targets of lamb and crannocks of corn and oblong eggs in great hundreds, various in size, the agate with this dun.

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