sharpness frasi

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Frasi con sharpness (in inglese)

  2. A sharpness entered his tone.
  3. The sharpness of it can cut skin.
  4. Oh yes, the sharpness of the knife.
  5. There was no sharpness, no coldness.
  6. He was losing his sharpness and clarity.
  7. Licorice removes the sharpness of the onion.
  8. HEY! I shouted with a sharpness I didn’t recognize.
  9. But gradually mental concepts lost sharpness of definition.
  10. She felt the sharpness of the pain that Eleazar was feeling.
  11. The sharpness of the sensation reminded me that I was alive.
  12. There is already a hint of crimson and sharpness in the air.
  13. Leaping behind the barn, he felt an instant sharpness in his leg.
  14. What new leads? Alex pressed with sharpness in his tone that.
  15. Bay, where you going? Khevasiah said with the utmost sharpness.
  16. Should I be? Alex retorted quickly, with a sharpness that came.
  17. He opens it up and inspects the sharpness of the blade with his thumb.
  18. Oh yeah - when someone is bitter, there’s a sharpness in their words.
  19. He could already attest to the sharpness of the thorns in the undergrowth.
  20. He seldom lets a sharpness of edge run far without losing it occasionally.
  21. Elior’s arms around her muffled the sharpness of the pain and calmed her.
  22. But someone with extreme mathematical sharpness was needed at short notice.
  23. The men’s brows raised at the speed and sharpness with which she shot back.
  24. Our windows to the world have lost the sharpness they enjoyed in their youth.
  25. Have you been to Frans’ place? he said, a new sharpness in his voice.
  26. Stainless steel blades generally keep their sharpness for a longer period of time.
  27. He cried to her sharply, because of the sharpness with which his heart smote him:.
  28. The age of the track can be accurately judged by its sharpness and moisture content.
  29. A certain sharpness in her registry seemed to give it claims to be considered calendar.
  30. Catching his breath at the sharpness of their eyes, so dark and unyielding, he could not.
  31. Farebrother, her sharpness blunted for the moment by her confidence in maternal judgments.
  32. Twins of this size and sharpness are rarely seen, and this example is from the Itauz Mine.
  33. With his usual sharpness he had doubtless guessed that Pugatchéf was not pleased with me.
  34. Damien winced at the sharpness of her words and wondered if he had comprehended them wrongly.
  35. During my visit, I congratulated Ezra, Eudora’s only barber, on the sharpness of his blade.
  36. Plymdale, her native sharpness softened by a fervid sense that she was taking a correct view.
  37. Russell lifted it down with reverence, drew the sword from its sheath and tested the sharpness.
  38. Madden carefully nodded his head, all the time aware of the sharpness of the blade at his throat.
  39. Jaggers's sharpness should detect that there had been some communication unknown to him between us.
  40. He retained just enough sharpness to season his kindness; his mind was rough and his heart was soft.
  41. He turned it slightly and let the light catch the sharpness of the blade that shimmered with a white glare.
  42. After its sharpness returned, she began to rub the blade with a piece of soft leather till it shined brightly.
  43. The same hand which had stopped his sword, the hand that should have lost fingers to it sharpness, flicked downward.
  44. The burrow was damp and dismal just as Cherva knew it would be, discomfort would lend a sharpness to their training.
  45. His mind was losing its sharpness to the reality of death, and his thoughts meandered amongst happy cubhood memories.
  46. The sharpness of her retort drew the attention of the small group huddled by the man she had tried and failed to kill.
  47. My sharpness showed how much this whole thing was getting to me and made it obvious I was filled with anxiety and fear.
  48. For a moment he felt as if his mind had gone completely blank until he felt the sharpness of her fingernails in his wrist.
  49. The sharpness of his long face and chiselled nose was accented by his grey skin - it wasn’t a face that suited laughter.
  50. But it was the expression on his face and the sharpness of his nose that made Joey stare at him a bit longer than he should.
  51. And those traits we detest, sharpness, greed, acquisitiveness, meanness, egotism and self-interest are the traits of success.
  52. Rob knew the meter and a half blade wasn’t honed to shaving sharpness, and that this was why: so it could be safely grasped.
  53. It was tall and dark and thin and, against a sudden night of frosty stars, it swung a two-handed scythe of proverbial sharpness.
  54. It was clear to Jess now why he was in charge, because there was a sharpness to the man that felt dangerous even at this distance.
  55. If you’d done either of those things, you would have been culpable, Captain! Sarmouth interrupted with an edge of sharpness.
  56. By dint of attention and sharpness he had succeeded in clothing all those phantoms with flesh, and those corpses were alive for him.
  57. The energy which had at once supported him under his old sufferings and aggravated their sharpness, had been gradually restored to him.
  58. Know what I mean?‖ Skeets words had an edge but his attitude belied the sharpness of his intentions causing the surgeon to look around.
  59. Their arrival outside the wood caused something of a sensation, which Hazel cut short with a peremptory sharpness quite unlike his usual.
  60. Soon the wine ran out, and Andore was forced to confront the sharpness of his mind, and every memory was a haunt that made him restless as he slept.
  61. If they had been just the least bit rough the sharpness of the lava would have sliced the tires off the bike within minutes or even possibly seconds.
  62. They spoke as with the thunder that loudly rolled over the hills, they saw with the sharpness of the lightning that occasionally claimed an apparently random victim.
  63. His body was absolutely corpulent, but his face, though massive, had preserved something of the sharpness of expression which was so remarkable in that of his brother.
  64. I believe I smelled the sea rocks and the kelp and the excitement of churning sea water, the sharpness of iodine and the under odor of washed and ground calcareous shells.
  65. But even here a monotonous sharpness is too dead a thing, and although a firmness of run will be allowed to be felt, subtle variations will be introduced to prevent deadness.
  66. He now unlocked the box, and, drawing from it another key, looked straight at her with eyes that seemed to have recovered all their sharpness and said, "How many of 'em are in the house?".
  67. Family with a history of sexual disorder, lack of intelligence and mental sharpness will have females with lesser desire for sex and with a very little imagination in how to perform in bed.
  68. Science seems destined to be limited by the lack of sufficient sharpness of its instruments, with each end indicating only the limit of those instruments’ ability to measure what might be beyond.
  69. And now he believed that the time was nearing when he would with abundant satisfaction use the pointed straight-bladed dagger that he had so carefully honed to exquisite sharpness during many brooding evenings.
  70. To-day he saw all the wrinkles of her face, knew which of her teeth were false, saw the way her hair was crimped, the sharpness of her elbows, and, above all, how large her thumb-nail was and how like her father’s.
  71. In the East, the ValdeGrace projected its dark mass on the clear horizon with the sharpness of steel; Venus dazzlingly brilliant was rising behind that dome and had the air of a soul making its escape from a gloomy edifice.
  72. On the way up, however, given the sharpness and steepness of the rally, some leading stocks would exhibit a great deal of volatility as they ran up sharply, pulled back sharply for a few days, and then turned and charged to new price highs.
  73. There are men who possess a peculiarly strong visual memory, sharpness and accuracy of eye, presence of mind, dexterity of hand, and above all a subtle sense of touch, who are as it were born into God's world for the sole and special purpose of becoming distinguished card-sharpers.
  74. Don Quixote was about to reply, but was prevented by the duke and duchess, who came in to see him, and with them there followed a long and delightful conversation, in the course of which Sancho said so many droll and saucy things that he left the duke and duchess wondering not only at his simplicity but at his sharpness.
  75. As a result, we lost that sharpness of awareness which comes with waking just before daybreak; we lost the need to be intensely aware of our surroundings, we lost the sensitivity of our awareness that was needed in order to survive without tools, and in this process of dulling our awareness in order to use tools better; we lost our sense of pure wonder.
  76. Men who, with little experience of their own to boast, will fly to the tombs of their fathers, and questioning, concerning their duties, the spirit which hovers there, will no more shrink from maintaining their native rights, through fear of the sharpness of malevolent tongues, than they will, if put to the trial, shrink from defending them through fear of the sharpness of their enemies' swords.
  77. It soon alters red or rough Hands and is admirable in shaving the Head, which not only gives an exquisite Sharpness to the Razor, but so comforts the Brain and Nerves, as to prevent catching Cold, and is of a grateful and pleasant Scent; which has been sold above this twenty Years at the Corner of Pope’s-Head Alley in Cornhill, over against the Royal Exchange, and is still continu’d to be sold at the same Place by Mr.
  78. Yes! There, Severa really shone and shone with her own light! Trough the coffee vapors she liked to talk of the virtues of the marinated bread, while at the same time, daubing the virtuous bread with a generous layer of butter seasoned with parsley; then, she passed to comment on the benefits of parsley and with exquisite sharpness exalted its diuretic properties and effectiveness for the slow digestion and intestinal spasms.
  79. The poor thing couldn't bear that: she grew white and red in rapid succession, and, while tears beaded her lashes, bent the strength of her small fingers to loosen the firm clutch of Catherine; and perceiving that as fast as she raised one finger off her arm another closed down, and she could not remove the whole together, she began to make use of her nails; and their sharpness presently ornamented the detainer's with crescents of red.
  80. Or, had he serendipitously been made aware of the uncertain utility of a broken branch that offered a sometime protection, before he had learned of the utility of a stone to crack tough shells? Had he, in his industry to feed himself, used his hammer-stone too diligently, accidentally flaking off an edge that revealed the sharpness that he had been warned away from, among the many choices of stones to be found lying in certain places close to where water was to be found? Had he become aware of the danger to himself in the continued use of that broken stone when the flesh of his finger came into contact with that sharp edge? Had he now thrown it in the forlorn hope that this suddenly sharp edge would somehow slash into this enemy of his existence?

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