somersault frasi

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Frasi con somersault (in inglese)

  1. His heart did a somersault.
  2. Her heart did a somersault.
  3. The way you turned that somersault in mid-air and everything.
  4. He hit the ground and rolled into a somersault for some reason.
  5. He swam a somersault to roll away, but his ball got no traction in the sand.

  6. About halfway down she did a sort of slow somersault, extended her arms, and.
  7. Lancelot was just about to turn it into a somersault when a gunshot sliced the air.
  8. Finally, the net came off and the cow serpent zipped through the water and did a happy somersault.
  9. Clarke attempted his triple somersault regularly in performance but never achieved it consistently.
  10. Tammas did a somersault in the air, one of his specialties that he had trained years on a holodeck to perfect.
  11. He flew over the fence, did an unintended somersault in midair, then stumbled to a landing on the opposite side.
  12. Louie, covered in everything that a somersault inside an outhouse will slather on a man, was finally willing to leave Okinawa.
  13. The second crew repeated the acrobatics of the first, but with a double somersault without the twist, and a little more slop in the dismount.
  14. The benefits are many but principally the Half Somersault brings into play the muscles of the back, toning and stretching the whole of the spinal column.
  15. And that would have happened if a fallen tree trunk concealed in the long grass hadn’t abruptly stopped the front wheels, causing the car to slowly somersault.

  16. Artists prefer to perform regularly rather than establish one-off records, but we know that at some point in 1910 Ernest Clarke (UK) completed a triple back somersault into the hands of his brother Charles at Ringling Bros Circus (USA).
  17. She continued speaking of how they had helped her during this difficult time, with so much enthusiasm, so much gratitude, perhaps with so much affection, that Florentino Ariza risked something more than a bold move: it was a somersault.
  18. The bull yanked his head back, launching the girl high in the air where she did a somersault with a full twist, landing on the bull’s back, doing a handspring and launching back into the air, where she did another full twist and landed on her feet.
  19. The first female flyer on record to have completed a quadruple back somersault from trapeze to catcher is Jill Pages (USA), who was caught in the hands of her husband, Willy Pages, during a practice session in San Juan, Puerto Rico, on 19 February 1992.
  20. The girls were no less spectacular and each successful deflection, dodge, duck, leap, handspring, or somersault gradually brought them nearer to each other in order to unite their force and neutralize the near invisible staff that Harry wielded like a master.
  21. He might just as well have turned a somersault and uttered an Indian war whoop, for his face was so full of suppressed excitement and his voice so treacherously joyful that everyone jumped up, though he only said, in a queer, breathless voice, Here's another Christmas present for the March family.
  22. When his violent paroxysms possessed him he would arrange bedroom chairs in rude resemblance of a motor-car and would crouch on the foremost of them, bent forward and staring fixedly ahead, making uncouth and ghastly noises, till the climax was reached, when, turning a complete somersault, he would lie prostrate amidst the ruins of the chairs, apparently completely satisfied for the moment.
  23. The hook sent her reeling off the table, but somehow she used her hands like a fourteen year-old gymnast and turned her fall into a somersault that send her almost flying across the kitchen and a few feet away into the small living room where the TV was still on, showing a very familiar guy with wiry hair, smiling on a beach, wearing silly red shorts and surrounded by a plethora of large boobs that I wasn’t able to simply discard as trivial under the circumstances.
  24. Two loops and a backward somersault later, he came to a halt on the stone floor,.
  1. Yet, his somersaulting insides told him he shouldn’t be so giddy.
  2. Once he saw a man somersaulting off the top diving board in the pool.
  3. It was a token of Damien's lovemaking that had left her heart somersaulting and her mind weak with desire.
  4. A taloned grasp closed down over my shoulder with all fingers penetrating in a grip of agony and I was abruptly thrown, somersaulting through the air.
  5. Yet the now – not the Now, not the absolute positive negative negated NOW, but now – is perpetual motion, the pulse of being, the rhythm of energy, with in- and ex- somersaulting over each other like the breaths of laughter.
  6. He was bucked off the sled and sent somersaulting through the frigid air, his little bro body tumbling and twisting, mimicking his cousin’s Raggedy Ann doll that he used to throw up in the air to tease her when the families got together for reunions, arms and legs spinning and flailing out of control.
  1. I somersaulted toward the floor below.
  2. He shut his mouth in time, somersaulted.
  3. Nem ducked and somersaulted out of the way.
  4. The mad head somersaulted like a young hawk’s toy.
  5. She lost her footing and somersaulted along the wall.
  6. He mustered all his vital energies and somersaulted in.
  7. Salmon somersaulted out of the water and dived back in again.
  8. Simon somersaulted over the fence at just barely the right time.
  9. The wind dropped me into the middle of the scrum, somersaulted and.
  10. I wheeled to face the group on a spin and then I pushed off, as I somersaulted over backwards.
  11. Pon somersaulted through the air and jumped through his bonds, now reversed, he fumbled through his bag that Tar had dropped.
  12. He bounced off side walls and somersaulted over medical carts, moving faster than he knew his human eyes had been able to register.
  13. The flat summit of the Wyrmberg rose up at them, lurched alarmingly, then somersaulted into a green blur that flashed by on either side.
  14. The man's blade swung harmlessly behind her left shoulder as she somersaulted through the air landing firmly on the earth, directly in front of Solo Ki.
  15. Pon somersaulted over Tar and in a flash, pierced the nape of his neck with his razor sharp Glave and pushed it into his medulla oblongata killing him instantly.
  16. Harry felt his feet leave the ground and in a perfectly timed release, flew over their heads, somersaulted and landed balanced on one foot atop the corner of a stone wall beyond the edge of the roadway.
  17. As both horses and riders somersaulted into the ditch from the force of their momentum alone, they were impaled on the sharpened stakes which lined the steep sides of the deep trough into which they had careened.
  1. Then it somersaults, it turns completely upside down.
  2. She turned several somersaults in the air to be sure.
  3. It is true, true that I spin, that I turn somersaults.
  4. Garcia flew from swing to swing, showing off with somersaults.
  5. The virus twisted and turned, flew somersaults in the air and.
  6. She turned a few somersaults in the air and then headed back toward the bank.
  7. We are no longer that interested in performing our most advanced somersaults.
  8. One solid hit knocked Upaya back a long distance, sending him into somersaults.
  9. Leaf’ in his hand, did several somersaults and landed into their midst, with his.
  10. Her breathing was back to normal, but her heart was still doing somersaults within her chest.
  11. She tried to push off into the sky to turn somersaults, but she remained planted beneath the seatbelt.
  12. Was she still in a coma, and all this was a dream? Could she jump into the air and turn somersaults?
  13. Peter shot off and rushed head over heels down the mountain-side, turning wild somersaults on his perilous way.
  14. His stomach was turning somersaults as the excitement was overwhelming even for a man who was eighty two years old.
  15. Each girl took a corner of the large mat surface and with a few bounding steps, executed front handsprings into forward airborne somersaults.
  16. He remembered the flips and somersaults his stomach had done, the way his heart had started racing, how he had to rub his sweaty palms on his jeans.
  17. Then explosions, cave–ins, and great iceberg somersaults would occur all around us, altering the scenery like the changing landscape in a diorama.
  18. Although Billy was most notable as a boxer, he was also forced to perform somersaults on trampolines ride bicycles beat on drums and ‘play music’ in a band.
  19. I woke up in the morning with a mouth into which I thought a dead ferret had crawled and a sour feeling in my gut that made my stomach flip over doing somersaults.
  20. I’ve heard people break down in tears, witnessed them running out of the practice room screaming at the top of their lungs, and watched others doing somersaults down the mountain.
  21. We were forced to jump a few times and you know what? After a while, most of us enjoyed ourselves, and being young and stupid began to do somersaults and whatever else we could think off.
  22. They would see me in my ninja suit next door after school climbing the telephone poles, leaping off of the carports, turning somersaults, playing with swords and doing all sorts of strange stuff!.
  23. Nordhellin musicians – both male and female – played flutes, harps, dulcimers, and drums while entertainers danced, juggled fire sticks, did back flips, and somersaults in brightly coloured silks.
  24. His own attempts at diving and swimming he soon gave up, finding this northern water too cold for him; and so, in spite of Elfrida’s gibes, he sat on the dock and watched her as she took backward somersaults and dead-man dives and went down below in search of sinking clam shells.
  25. How I have longed for it! Just to feel it once again, the nice, big, wholesome homeliness of it all! To jump, just to jump from the crest of an Atlantic wave, laughing in the trade wind's spindrift, down into the blue-green swirling trough! To chase the shrimps on a summer evening, when the sky is red and the light's all pink within the foam! To lie on the top, in the doldrums' noonday calm, and warm your tummy in the tropic sun! To wander hand in hand once more through the giant seaweed forests of the Indian Ocean, seeking the delicious eggs of the pop-pop! To play hide-and-seek among the castles of the coral towns with their pearl and jasper windows spangling the floor of the Spanish Main! To picnic in the anemone-meadows, dim blue and lilac-gray, that lie in the lowlands beyond the South Sea Garden! To throw somersaults on the springy sponge-beds of the Mexican Gulf! To poke about among the dead ships and see what wonders and adventures lie inside!—And then, on winter nights when the Northeaster whips the water into froth, to swoop down and down to get away from the cold, down to where the water's warm and dark, down and still down, till we spy the twinkle of the fire-eels far below where our friends and cousins sit chatting round the Council Grotto—chatting, Brother, over the news and gossip of THE SEA!.
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Heads of social organizations, institutions, the concept of a Supreme head-being: God, the making of bread by cutting off the heads of grain, the head of a bed, the head of a burning cigar or cigarette: knocked of as ashes: getting ‘ahead’, the concept of progress as the most important thing in life, competition: getting ahead of your competition, the concept of competitive elimination: ‘heads will fall’, ‘if you are not up to snuff’, snuff: sneezing your head off by taking a pinch of snuff to clear your head, giving ‘head’ sexually, warheads, bombs, firearms, bullets, artillery: any weapon that shoots something: slingshots, arrows, spears, rocks, the heading of a page, a header in grammar, the heading on a page, the heading on a sentence, the heading on a paragraph, somersaults, head-over-heels, crowns, the crowns of Corinthian pillars, pillars do not have heads: all pillars are decapitated, all segments of pillars: all decapitated columns, the idea of decapitating pillars of the community, the idea of dethroning kings, the eating of fruit like grapes, apples, etc; all edible things like coconuts, papaya,, unpeeling the head of a banana and eating it, all vegetables in the shape of a head like onions, cabbage, lettuce, the picking of leaves, the picking of fruits, the picking of beans: all drug foods the picking of spices: creating every single drug we call food, ice cream cones, all ice cream in the shape of a decapitated head, all food portions in the shape of a head, all toppings on all food, decapitated flowers, the Rose Parade: hundreds of millions of decapitated heads of flowers, all fire with flames that are decapitated, all fireworks, the crushing of spices, the picking of decapitated heads like mushrooms, eating nuts, cracking their shell, eggs, corks and bungs used to seal barrels and bottles, the tops of bottles, the sealing and taking off the tops of bottles, jars; all tools that have a head, the head of a hammer, nails, the head of a nail, pounding the head of a nail, the cutting off of the heads of large trees before decapitating them, cutting off the heads of animals to kill them and eat them, all mathematics: the counting of heads, or I’s and adding them up, the using of tools to create decapitated segments, all sports, all balls used in sports, the hitting of all balls, ping-pong, badminton, bowling, bowling pins: the decapitation of bowling pins by a bowling ball, kingpins, kings, jewelry, stickpins with diamond heads on them, canes, walking sticks with metal heads, staffs, any artifact denoting being the head of something, scepters, globes, flyswatters, turbans, musical instruments that blare out sound: decapitating it; using holes in wood and brass instruments to decapitate the natural sound into a shorter wavelength, all fretted and unfretted musical instruments, pressing on a fret to make the note shorter, like a violin or guitar, drums, drumsticks, cymbals, the heads of shoelaces, the detached mentality called the ego: decapitated and disconnected from all the other needs and energy flows of a human being, the concept of life after death as a detached form of spirit, the structure of all hierarchy, all capitalist companies and corporate bodies being ruled and controlled by detached heads of business, the capitalization of letters at the head of a word or sentence or paragraph: especially in ancient sacred Christian texts: where the first capital letter is huge, the eating of fish by decapitating them first, the use of all drugs, narcotics wine, coffee, pills: to create a disconnection between the brain and the rest of the human being, the concept of anesthesia, using drugs to numb the brain or prevent it from feeling the body’s pain, all cultures that value stoicism, macho pigs who cannot love, the concept of the hero as a stone face refusing to face the truth, refusing to feel love, refusing to feel any emotion whatsoever, refusing to cry, the stone carvings of all the ancient Kings, the decapitated carvings of all Kings on coins, the insane idea of all kings ruling by only using their decapitated heads as decapitated coins to spread their authority, all stone busts, plaster busts, the stone faces of all heroes in modern media who refuse to feel human emotion, ping-pong, the computer game: pong, King Kong: the King cut off from State: King Kong falling off the Empire State building: all the video games that are based upon decapitated heads decapitating other heads, which are all based on the old arcade pinball machines that shot decapitated heads that bounced around scoring points hitting and scoring on as many stationary targets of decapitated heads as possible, the decapitation of hair… haircuts, shaving daily, cutting your nails, the idea of assassination as a political tool, the concept of character assassination used in all human societies to cut off people who are thought too uppity or stick out too much, and do not conform… the detached form of observation that only use instruments for the eye: microscopes, telescopes, star-gazing, stamp collecting, the collections of anything from bric-a-brac to gold coins, portraits, still pictures of decapitated heads, cameos, brooches, belt buckles, shoe buckles, still photographs of decapitated heads, talking heads, heads on celluloid talking, heads on screens, moving pictures of talking heads, the idea of a leader as a talking head, all pictures on money of decapitated heads, mouthpieces, microphones, the idea of one person speaking for another, speechwriters, lawyers, politicians, amplified music coming out of a loudspeaker, amplifiers of singing-talking heads, the idea of doing nothing but talking as being the only form of social activity allowed in polite societies, the heads of shoelaces, all knots, topknots, tying hair into knots, the idea of cutting up sounds into words, into letters, into decapitated abstract symbols of meaning separated from thee body of the meaning by segmentation, all segmented forms of tool-use, all tools that segment things into decapitated heads, all decapitated forms of awareness-thinking-feeling, all forms of specialization, all segmented ways of living-doing-seeing, decapitating the natural order of things into decapitated insane pieces: decapitating a family into age groups, decapitating a community into alienated isolated individuals, all mass butchery of living animals by cutting off their heads, morse code, ticker tape, all digitalization of signals into meaningless decapitated codes, the invention of the glass tube: the first decapitated head that could mechanically receive and send energy through nerves called wires, the invention of the transistor: the first sold decapitated head that could send and receive signals, the invention of microchips: tiny decapitated heads with their own tiny brain circuits that could perform more complicated functions than the first huge glass-blown giants called vacuum tubes: because there was nothing inside them, all glass blowing, blowing up molten glass with hot air and then decapitating it to make a glass vase or bottle, all containers from bottles, jars, gourds, ladles, to pitchers and teapots with decapitated lids, all containers, chests, holding treasure, wealth, valuables, all spices and decapitated herbs, all furniture made from decapitating trees, all houses made into decapitated heads where the people living inside them only use their heads and not their hearts or bodies, the steam engine: decapitating steam to explode out in puffs of decapitated destroyed power, all wheels, all round wheels used in machines, all watches, with dials pointing at the decapitated numbers of a disconnected circle, the decapitation of all circles into wedges, pie slices, the invention of the wedge, the invention of the axe as a metal decapitated head to stick on a wooden decapitated piece of branch, all idols, all icons, all figureheads, all abstract symbols representing the head, the pinnacle, the top, the apex, the height of anything, all hierarchical awareness and structures that deem the head as the most valuable, the best, the most noble, etc; Jack-in the Box, all boxes, everything that is put into a box or container, FedEx: the obsession of transporting boxes and parcels, the song; ‘Pop goes the Weasel’, all mass-produced goods that are boxed and shipped, the detachment of specialized labor and work, the creation of holes, digging, all mining, piston heads, engine heads, everything that is called the ‘head’ of something, the froth on the top of a glass of beer,: to be blown away, the use of all zeros and ones: as in Japanese Zeros decapitating American ships, zeros and ones being created and then decapitated inside computers, the use of all zeros and ones in mathematics, scalping, the taking of heads, the shrinking of heads: which the computer microchip is the latest evolution of, ….

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