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Frasi con quench (in inglese)

  1. Don't quench the spirit of God.
  2. Jerusalem to quench it (put out).
  4. Thinking will not quench the thirst.
  5. Magic was his to command and quench.
  6. It could even quench the heart it seemed.
  7. I wanted to quench my thirst with their blood.
  8. They said they were going to quench the ball.
  9. It took several trips to quench their thirsts.
  10. Thinking to quench her thirst at the next brook.
  11. An Ant went to the bank of a river to quench its.
  12. Can I quench my thirst with some saltwater taffy?
  13. No material achievements can ever quench his thirst.
  14. Quench Soda Company’s logos are all over the studio.
  15. It can never quench the fire that burns in our hearts.
  16. The need to quench his thirst was so strong it killed.
  17. Aesa reached out to quench the ring, stealing the magic.
  18. Nothing will quench this thirst, not even fear of death.
  19. Tears quench an inner thirst, therefore, let the baby cry.
  20. God, to fellowship with God, a fire that we can never quench.
  21. Now the Quench Soda company wants all their lost money back.
  22. Remember, you have a photo shoot with Quench Soda later on.
  23. Here is mead to quench your thirst and the infusion for sleep.
  24. Articles quench the thirst for information and knowledge of the.
  25. It was smooth and slick, just cool and wet enough to quench thirst.
  26. These play as a mirage and never quench the thirst of a God seeker.
  27. Our task is to hammer you into shape, and later quench you in water.
  28. He comes up with a quick strategy to at least quench his dry throat.
  29. Nothing but a need to remember and a hunger he knew not how to quench.
  30. Those are nice Quench Soda outfits you and the Dianettes have on!.
  31. Control, and fear in your life, they go together, they quench God working.
  32. If God would quench their thirst, he vowed, he’d dedicate his life to him.
  33. There would have been no way for the people of Jerusalem to quench it (put out).
  34. His kiss became more passionate now, a force to quench his soul’s fiery thirst.
  35. Travelling on through the turn, it started raining, but it was not enough to quench.
  36. They chewed on snow to quench their thirsts and Soren returned to his sawing project.
  37. That's why Diane D and The Dianettes couldn't make it to the Quench Soda photo shoot.
  38. A glass of water was available in case the interviewees needed to quench their thirst.
  39. I stayed still, so as not to spook them as they drank away, trying to quench their thirst.
  40. Unbelief - oh, I don't think God could do this - that will quench God working in your life.
  41. He knows nothing he says will quench this fire except the chance of revenge, or forgiveness.
  42. Would you be so kind as to pass it to me? My wound has opened and I need to quench the flow.
  43. They open the door and leave out of the office as the Quench Soda executives look on at them.
  44. Of course it is only the Truth that there is no such thing as God that can quench a spiritual.
  45. Here's the fourth thing the Bible tells us in 1 Thessalonians 5:19; don't quench the Holy Ghost.
  46. Life had gone hard with some, but had failed to quench their faith in the good time yet to come.
  47. Around two week later, Quench Soda Company is preparing a photo shoot inside a commercial studio.
  48. When he stopped at a pub to quench his thirst I stole a small sample from his bag with a pen knife.
  49. We will have sex with Toby to get the mystery out of the whole thing and to quench Elle’s thirst.
  50. The once proud dance-floor became a museum of silence to quench the thirst for knowledge and betterment.
  51. In other words, quench means to put out a fire that God started, so it says don't quench the Holy Spirit.
  52. For a moment, the light flickered above its head as if it was going to quench, but then Gawavolf retaliated.
  53. Above al, taking the shield of faith, wherewith ye shall be able to quench all the fiery darts of the wicked.
  54. To quench your thirst in your dream indicates that you have the ability to succeed and fulfill your desires.
  55. Merthin realized he had allowed the old men to quench his spirit, and he was grateful to Caris for refusing to.
  56. Above all, take and use the shield of Faith, your Strong Spiritual Faith will quench the Devil’s fiery darts.
  57. As the dark approached, the wild beasts started queuing at the shore of lust to quench their thirsts and hungers.
  58. When you are on a race, you may find yourself picking up drinking cups at the stations, to quench your thirst.
  59. I realized that to quench the blood of these cruel beasts, I need power, the power of money and the power of sex.
  60. Colling took the whiskey and raised it to his lips, sipping slowly, hoping to quench his mounting urge to cough.
  61. A bruised reed shall he not break, and smoking flax shall he not quench, till he send forth judgment unto victory.
  62. Eph 6:16 Above all, taking the shield of faith, wherewith ye shall be able to quench all the fiery darts of the wicked.
  63. When both cups were filled, they toasted and drank the bubbly liquid, letting the alcohol quench their burning thirsts.
  64. There would have been no way for the people of Jerusalem to quench it (put out) before it burnt up all there was to burn.
  65. Chairman, to quench my thirst a little… Porter, bring me a lemonade and a glass of English bitter, there's a good fellow.
  66. Who are you? the boy with the gun questioned, his voice softer now as he drank her in as if she could quench his thirst.
  67. Negative, critical talk will grieve and quench the Holy Spirit, so we're called not to quench Him but to learn how to co-operate with Him.
  68. We will therefore ask him to give us of the Water of Life and to quench our thirst with it rather than with a drink of water of this land.
  69. Yeah, they’re going to have that part of the video separate from the part of the video that has the Quench Soda outfits and logos on it.
  70. We moved off with Lizzie to a kiosk nearby and bought two bottles of Spathis, a lemonade drink, to quench a thirst that started to trouble us.
  71. We will, therefore, ask him to give us of the Water of Life, and to quench our thirst with it, rather than with a drink of water of this land.
  72. Jo couldn't even lose her heart in a decorous manner, but sternly tried to quench her feelings, and failing to do so, led a somewhat agitated life.
  73. They kissed and slid into a long, passionate love session to quench a longing wedged firmly and painfully in their subconscious for many long years.
  74. The altitude of the gallows that would turn to water and quench it, no functionary, by any stretch of mathematics, was able to calculate successfully.
  75. I sat there and the sun beat down my lips throat and eyes were burning and I was thirstier than a drunken camel but I had no water to quench my thirst.
  76. Their vision may not be as big as yours, but then again, they may be reaching for something greater, and it is vital for you not to quench those goals.
  77. He grabbed her hips tight as he pistoned himself in and out of her, faster and faster he rode between her thighs, unable to quench the fire in his gut.
  78. To become spiritual merely by thinking of spirituality is as farcical as a thirsty person would try to quench his thirst by merely thinking about water.
  79. But when I told Mafdet of my fear, she said to me, ‘Do not fear the hunters—Runs Like Cheetah and Bitter Knife will find a way to quench their anger.
  80. Billy Graham said, I have often wondered if Hell is a terrible burning within our hearts for God, to fellowship with God, a fire that we can never quench.
  81. She was conscious herself that her delight sparkled in her eyes and curved her lips into a smile, and she could not quench the expression of this delight.
  82. He groaned and pulled her onto his lap, kissing her with passion, love and desperation, as if trying to quench his thirst for her, having waited for so long.
  83. It says because Diane D and The Dianettes canceled a photo shoot a couple of times before in the past and caused the Quench Soda Company to lose all that money.
  84. He would eat the dried food that he had brought with him, and drank the liquefied King Cobra liver, mixed with oranges and mango for energy and to quench his thirst.
  85. He and his chaplains and inquisitors jumped on that sentiment with both feet whenever it reared its head, but it was like trying to quench a grass fire in high summer.
  86. There are things that facilitate the spirit of God working, and some things quench His working in your life; reasonings in your mind will quench the flow of the Holy Spirit.
  87. More tables along the walls of the vast ballroom supported a rich and abundant buffet and four big barrels of wine attended by valets helped quench the thirst of the guests.
  88. It says Diane D's brother Nicolas called the Quench Soda Company on the phone and tried to explain the accident to the Quench Soda Company, but the Quench Soda Company didn't buy it.
  89. Hoping to both quench his thirst and obtain directions to where the signalmen might be, he stopped at the tavern where he had received directions to the site of Elizabeth’s accident.
  90. To the worship, belief and adherence of ‘man made gods’ and ‘systems’ that purport to quench human thirst for answers to existential questions the human spirit possess to desire.
  91. But to know is like trying to quench your thirst by drinking the salty sea-water that not only quenches not the thirst but causes nausea, gripe in stomach and in the end may cause bleeding.
  92. And when the prey surrender from its struggling breathe; she tear the fleshes of her prey piece by piece with her claws and bite with her canines contently, and quench her thirst and hunger.
  93. The mere sight of those fruits only served to increase his thirst and his craving and he said, ‘If only the enemy were not in that position we could quench our thirst with a delicious, juicy melon.
  94. When the monsoon fails, it is then that the parched land of my village, Kashipur, clamours for rain to quench its thirst, to keep the bareness at bay and produce some wheat so that I am able to feed my family.
  95. The uniform motion of charged particles in the physical vacuum is accompanied by the appearance of electromagnetic waves, which interfere in the outer field Space and quench each other, not being emitted.
  96. To fully quench their thirst for historical information, tourists may direct their attention to the Pompey Museum, also known as the “Vendue House”, from the French word “vendre” which means to sell, a not so.
  97. This transformation is not seed falling to the ground from burnt cones and blazed pines pyried to the sky hallucinating the hue to oceans not suspended ‘tween clouds – no quench of thirst, extinguishing of flames.
  98. Whenever he remembered it, which was frequently throughout each day, he felt anger surge within him, so he kept trying to plot some way that might quench his thirst for revenge and help him pay the officer back twofold.
  99. That only reminded them that they were also parchingly thirsty, without doing anything to relieve them: you cannot quench a terrible thirst by standing under giant oaks and waiting for a chance drip to fall on your tongue.
  100. He frowned, trying to appear as if he did not want any of that wine, but was mortified because no one would understand that it was not to quench his thirst or from greediness that he wanted it, but simply from a conscientious desire for knowledge.
  1. The quenching rain ceased.
  2. Water represents the thirst quenching truth but.
  3. After eventually quenching his curiosity, he squashed.
  4. The animal blood isn’t quenching my thirst, Sage said.
  5. The beer was quenching, and like yesterday, she was there as he.
  6. By water quenching, even if the outer surface is cooled, but the.
  7. The only repose I had in my religion depended on quenching thought.
  8. Such a quenching is called a cleansing because it purifies idolatry.
  9. Words from the soul are health for the heart, quenching it with intimate entanglements.
  10. They commanded the skies, bringing rain that poured down, drenching the forest and quenching the fire he brought.
  11. The cold water spilled into her mouth, quenching her thirst, relaxing her breathing and decreasing her pulse rate.
  12. This provided ready water for quenching of hot iron and steel at the forge when the need arose, and also for his baths.
  13. How could they? Having shared her bed before, over and over again, he had grown accustomed to quenching his lust as soon as it arose.
  14. Their time together was more confined and they preferred to use it quenching their passion and having their conversations naked in bed.
  15. At that moment the humming vibration grew louder, quenching the rushing of the night breeze in the that poured over them like a cloudburst.
  16. A great rain came out of the Sea, and it seemed that all things wept for Thjoden and Jowyn, quenching the fires in the City with grey tears.
  17. After quenching his thirst from our water skin, Lovern reached into his labyrinth bag and retrieved the red thread we had been handfasted with.
  18. He snatched up the bottle, which still contained a glassful of beer, and gulped it down with relish, as though quenching a flame in his breast.
  19. Plain tap water was good enough for quenching my thirst, but soon I improved on that by stealing a bottle of pop from the lowest of the crates which were stacked in a dark corner.
  20. His native warm-heartedness took a great deal of quenching, and it is a part of manliness for a husband to feel keenly the fact that an inexperienced girl has got into trouble by marrying him.
  21. He clearly remembered catching the birds—but when? Why hadn‘t he eaten them? With thoughtless efficiency Joe Billie started a cook-fire and seared the quail, eating both with a can of beans from his pack and washed it down with a quenching draught of slough water.
  22. Seven days a week the miners drag coal into the light and the coal is pulverized and fed into coke ovens and the coke is cooled in huge quenching towers and carted to the blast furnaces to melt iron ore and the iron is refined into steel and cast into billets and loaded onto barges and floated off into the great hungry mouth of the country.
  23. Of course they couldn’t let these Martians go to hell, could they? With a compromise to their consciences, could they go back to the new colonial towns, those towns so full of sinful gullets and women with scintilla eyes and white oyster bodies rollicking in beds with lonely laborers? Wasn’t that the place for the Fathers? Wasn’t this trek into the hills merely a personal whim? Was he really thinking of God’s Church, or was he quenching the thirst of a spongelike curiosity? Those blue round globes of St.
  24. Of course they couldn’t let these Martians go to Hell, could they? With a compromise to their consciences, could they go back to the new colonial towns, those towns so full of sinful gullets and women with scintilla eyes and white oyster bodies rollicking in beds with lonely laborers? Wasn’t that the place for the Fathers? Wasn’t this trek into the hills merely a personal whim? Was he really thinking of God’s Church, or was he quenching the thirst of a spongelike curiosity? Those blue round globes of St Anthony’s fire—how they burned in his mind! What a challenge, to find the man behind the mask, the human behind the inhuman.
  1. I have quenched my thirst.
  2. But his anger was not quenched.
  3. The fire was not quenched but went out.
  4. I quenched every drop of tears, silently.
  5. He quenched it and the shield dissipated.
  6. The fire was not quenched, but it went out.
  7. It shall not be quenched neither night nor day.
  8. Oh, that smile that never quenched my thirst for it.
  9. She was thirsty, and the juice quenched that thirst.
  10. And still the thirst of this people is not quenched.
  11. His hunger had been quenched by the basket of fried.
  12. Such a filter would have its ringing quickly quenched.
  13. Where their worm dies not, and the fire is not quenched.
  14. The water quenched her thirst but she felt empty inside.
  15. The sand half quenched the sound of the horse’s coming.
  16. For the years, he felt, had not quenched his soul or hers.
  17. Don't tell them he was nine years old when it was quenched.
  18. When William quenched his thirst he clutched at his wound.
  19. Where their worm dieth not, and the fire is not quenched.
  20. I could see where the fire on my clothes had been quenched.
  21. Then he quenched his thirst and hunger of lust with my body.
  22. The yogi, whose mind is quenched with knowledge-both di-.
  23. The water quenched her thirst, and calmed her down considerably.
  24. With her thirst quenched, Emily was able to lean back against a rock and.
  25. For their worm shall not die, neither shall their fire be quenched (Isa.
  26. But presently the day grew so hot and humid that all activity was quenched.
  27. The fire was not quenched but went out when there was nothing more to burn.
  28. It was as if the blood he had just shed had quenched the fire of his frenzy.
  29. The worms consumed the corpses, and the fires were not quenched unto there.
  30. The blaze struggled, seemed to try to get away from her, and then was quenched.
  31. The Arkenians quenched the earth until the Trader crops died of blight and mold.
  32. As happened in great revivals past men took control and quenched the Holy Spirit.
  33. Sitting in plain sight, below, was the dray – next to a freshly quenched hearth.
  34. The fire was not quenched, but it went out when there was nothing more for it to burn.
  35. Aesa quenched it, and then took a step backwards as the backlash of magic hit his chest.
  36. It wasn't helping things that Chevalier hadn't quenched his thirst in almost four weeks.
  37. His fire was quenched, but now he was a thing of slime, stronger than a strangling snake.
  38. The enemy has quenched his fires and a continual noise is heard from his camp, said he.
  39. But thou hast suckled me with a bitter milk: my moon and my sun thou hast quenched for ever.
  40. It seems a long time since his thirst of any kind has come as near as this to being quenched.
  41. Their children, his writing, her household cares had not quenched all their souls' tender fire.
  42. When their appetites were finally quenched, they sat in silence for a while, enjoying the fire and the.
  43. He pulled away from her, relishing in the taste of her blood as it quenched the thirst and wet the back of.
  44. I cupped the cold water in both hands, splashed my face a few times and drank until my thirst had been quenched.
  45. The worms consumed the corpses, and the fires were not quenched unto there was no more flesh to consume or burn.
  46. Unquenchable—Incapable of being quenched, extinguished or allayed (Encyclopedic Dictionary, page 987, Vol.
  47. On it, they not only quenched their longing but also managed to talk intimately like the first days of their love.
  48. Her thirst was temporarily quenched; it was a false mercy to let her suffer until delirium and death brought relief.
  49. Her efforts in this line, however, were brought to an abrupt close by an untoward accident, which quenched her ardor.
  50. She had given it a lot of thought lately but was unable to come up with an answer that quenched the flame of unrest.
  51. With dreamlike ease he quenched them, including the Mind Bend spell that had compelled Laeron to fight for the oracle.
  52. The chunk of melted flesh that passed for her upper lip curled over her teeth as she quenched the flames and smiled at LeCynic.
  53. His fine and lovely eyes were now lighted up with indignation, now subdued to downcast sorrow and quenched in infinite wretchedness.
  54. Bephistoles snapped a spry little rune that Aesa recognized and dispatched with ease, the Truth Tell tickling his palm as he quenched it.
  55. Edom's fire was not quenched "night or day" (Isaiah 34:10), but it did go out, and Edom became a place for wild creatures (Isaiah 35:11-15).
  56. But the faint light of consciousness was soon quenched again : by the evening of the second day I was completely prostrate with brain-fever.
  57. Billy Graham said, Could it be that the fire Jesus talked about is an eternal search for God that is never quenched? That, indeed, would be hell.
  58. The whole consciousness of my life lorn, my love lost, my hope quenched, my faith death-struck, swayed full and mighty above me in one sullen mass.
  59. Contemplating her when she was not looking his desire to shake her became finally quenched by the perception that really there would be nothing to shake.
  60. His thirst quenched, we continued on until he arrived at his home in the country where there, in his backyard, I saw some twenty very plump free-run chickens.
  61. The newly-lit wood fire blazed cheerfully when they went in, but its amiable light was immediately quenched by the electric light Wemyss switched on at the door.
  62. Several times they halted for brief rests, which Tarzan did not need, and at noon they stopped for an hour at a little brook, where they quenched their thirst, and ate.
  63. He was proud, he said, of his church, very proud on week-days; on Sundays so few people came to the services that his pride was quenched by the aspect of the empty seats.
  64. And if thy foot offend thee cut it off; it is better for thee to enter halt into life than, having two feet, to be cast into hell, into the fire that never shall be quenched.
  65. It is only when they have been walking and scrabbling up the increasingly steep slopes for another story’s length, that the scribe realises his thirst hasn’t been quenched.
  66. She is a demon, she sacrifices animals but how long til she needs man flesh, a demons thirst for blood cannot be quenched by livestock, it whispered sweetly into his ear.
  67. It shall not be quenched night or day; and the smoke thereof shall go up forever; from generation to generation it shall lay waste; none shall pass through it forever and ever.
  68. This confirmation of the refusal in cold blood at once quenched all the doubts in Nekhludoff’s bosom, and brought back the serious, triumphant emotion he had felt in relation to Katusha.
  69. They fired, and fired again, until every part of his body was riddled with bullets: his feet, legs, head and chest, and then, their pistols empty, they had quenched their thirst for revenge.
  70. According to Plutarch, The sistrum shows that whatever exists ought to be shaken and never cease from movement, but should be aroused and agitated as if it were asleep and its life quenched.
  71. Anything more wheedlesome than that touching appeal was seldom heard, but Jo quenched `her boy' by turning on him with a stern query, "How many bouquets have you sent Miss Randal this week?".
  72. And what did this strain of trouble matter when my eyes went back to the window only to see that the air was clear again and—by my personal triumph—the influence quenched? There was nothing there.
  73. Jeremiah warned Jerusalem of the consequence of their sins, "Then will I kindle a fire in the gates thereof, and it shall devour the palaces of Jerusalem and it shall not be quenched" (Jeremiah 17:27).
  74. Then, if you found someone grieving and relieved him of that grief, or quenched the pain of thirst by offering him water, you will have broken the obstacle and released the constriction around his neck.
  75. Inside, they spread out sleeping bags, made depressions in the sand for hips, cut two thick lumps of bread and two equally enormous slices of cheese, then, sharing the water bottle, quenched both hunger and thirst.
  76. Meg admired the tragedy, so Jo piled up the agony to suit her, while Amy objected to the fun, and, with the best intentions in life, Jo quenched the sprightly scenes which relieved the somber character of the story.
  77. Isa 66:24 And they shall go forth, and look upon the carcases of the men that have transgressed against me: for their worm shall not die, neither shall their fire be quenched; and they shall be an abhorring unto all flesh.
  78. When he went out in the morning he was bewildered by small commissions for the captive mamma, if he came gaily in at night, eager to embrace his family, he was quenched by a Hush! They are just asleep after worrying all day.
  79. Jo quite glowed with triumph when Teddy got quenched in an argument, and thought to herself, as she watched her father's absorbed face, "How he would enjoy having such a man as my Professor to talk with every day!" Lastly, Mr.
  80. On the judgment of Edom in Isaiah 34:5-17 it is said, "It shall not be quenched night or day; its smoke shall go up forever," but after it did it work it went out and the land became a desert inhabited by jackals and other wild things.
  81. I bought a huge crystal ball which perfected my clairvoyant faculty, an oak table that occupied the southern end, from wall to wall, and on it, my magic book, invaluable companion, always open as my thirst for learning was never quenched.
  82. Whorls and eddies of intelligence and drive continuously erupt to spew red-hot molten productivity and ingenious ideas across the planet’s surface, only to be quenched in the sea of couch potato quicksand and Happy Meal appetite mud-slides.
  83. Hunger and thirst quenched with succulent fish, wild herbs and clear spring water, cuts and scratches rubbed with the glutinous sap from long leathery leaves that grew at the edge of the lake, they sat in a circle while the fishermen plied them with questions.
  84. For their (the corpses) worm shall not die, and their (the corpses) fire shall not be quenched; and they (the corpses) shall be an abhorrence to all mankind (Isaiah 66:15-24); carcasses in King James Version, dead bodies New International Version.
  85. Hilderich had finally slept, his protestations about the lack of a night sky silently put aside when his fatigue took over and the anxiety and nervousness subsided after their thirst had been quenched; when the warm, tasty meal of mushrooms sat comfortably in their bellies.
  86. A bounty of food on the tables stained the air with a rich mouthwatering scent, coupled with drinks from huge jugs that had split on the table, floor and the clothes of the people dancing around, to huge barrels in the corner that some dipped their cups in and quenched their thirst.
  87. What then think you all? If one does anything unseemly in the incorruptible contest what shall he have to bear? For of those who do not preserve the seal [unbroken] [the Scripture] says Their worm shall not die and their fire shall not be quenched and they shall be a spectacle to all flesh.
  88. His forehead, that I once thought so manly, and that I now think so diabolical, was shaded with a heavy cloud; his basilisk eyes were nearly quenched by sleeplessness, and weeping, perhaps, for the lashes were wet then: his lips devoid of their ferocious sneer, and sealed in an expression of unspeakable sadness.
  89. His forehead, that I once thought so manly, and that I now think so diabolical, was shaded with a heavy cloud; his basilisk eyes were nearly quenched by sleeplessness, and weeping, perhaps, for the lashes were wet then; his lips devoid of their ferocious sneer, were sealed in an expression of unspeakable sadness.
  90. The river cool and silent, flowing, always on the move; busy sowing life after having fed and quenched the thirst of dinosaurs and pterodactyls, mammoths and other extinct species and having witnessed the whole of the evolution of man, which our scientists are trying to divine from bits of bone and fragments of skulls.
  91. When years ago a kind mistress, in the State of Maryland, undertook to teach a little slave boy to read, little did she think that she was awakening aspirations never again to be quenched; little did she dream that she was unchaining extraordinary powers, and kindling the first fires of eloquence in the soul of a Douglass.
  92. And if your eye cause you to stumble, cast it out; it is good for you to enter into the kingdom of God with one eye, rather than having two eyes to be cast into Hell (Greek—Gehenna) where their worm dies not, the fire is not quenched" "Where their worm dies not, the fire is not quenched" is in Mark 9:44, 46, and 48 in some translations.
  93. Lord Jesus you gave me rest from all of my burdens I was without food yet I did not hunger I thirst, yet it was quenched with your wonder I was consumed with self-pity but now have concern for others You taught me how to love rather than hate To pray for the ones who hurt me and give up the blame Jesus your heart is so gentle and kind S 48 S.
  94. The love she experienced from this interrelationship with Jesus was significant enough to be internalised and processed within, fostering a personal, emotional, intellectual and spiritual sensitivity that realized and quenched her thirst of that which she had been seeking in ‘physical’ encounters and of that which she was intended and made.
  95. If this fire that "shall not be quenched night nor day," is the Hell that is taught today, how is it that "none shall pass through it forever and ever," is their no one that shall be in Hell but pelican, porcupine, owl, and ravens? This is clearly an earthly judgment on Edom that has long passed, not an unquenchable fire in Hell after the Judgment Day.
  96. His countenance reminded one of a lamp quenched, waiting to be re-lit—and alas! it was not himself that could now kindle the lustre of animated expression: he was dependent on another for that office! I had meant to be gay and careless, but the powerlessness of the strong man touched my heart to the quick: still I accosted him with what vivacity I could.
  97. For a long time, he sat, read in the pale face, in the tired wrinkles, filled himself with this sight, saw his own face lying in the same manner, just as white, just as quenched out, and saw at the same time his face and hers being young, with red lips, with fiery eyes, and the feeling of this both being present and at the same time real, the feeling of eternity, completely filled every aspect of his being.
  98. Such as it is, however, the argument of our opponents is as follows:—The wicked are here said to be cast into the unquenchable fire, called elsewhere the 'everlasting fire,’ and that alone shows that they are destined to eternal pain; a conclusion fixed by the sequence, thrice repeated to bring out the terror of the prospect,—'where their worm (their conscience) shall not die, or cease to be, and the 'fire is not quenched.
  99. Formerly I had come to this pond adventurously, from time to time, in dark summer nights, with a companion, and, making a fire close to the water's edge, which we thought attracted the fishes, we caught pouts with a bunch of worms strung on a thread, and when we had done, far in the night, threw the burning brands high into the air like skyrockets, which, coming down into the pond, were quenched with a loud hissing, and we were suddenly groping in total darkness.
  100. There in Medina, the Prophet joined those who had already believed there and others of Medina, then he formed a strong holy force, and this made Quraish people ((the disbelievers)) feel more wrath and decided to eradicate this new state, here the prophet (cpth) was constrained to hit them, overcome and discipline them, destroy their force, and eventually he quenched their ignorance and became able to guide them, treated them mercifully and forgave all their past.
  1. It quenches the thirst! We have said that.
  2. No longer quenches thirst climbing the hill:.
  3. Water quenches thirst, cools, refreshes and re-.
  4. It quenches the thirst! We have said that there.
  5. But to know is like trying to quench your thirst by drinking the salty sea-water that not only quenches not the thirst but causes nausea, gripe in stomach and in the end may cause bleeding.
  6. It quenches the thirst,.
  7. Give thanks for thirsts and quenches,.

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