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Frasi con tack (in inglese)

  1. Conklin took a new tack.
  2. I tried a different tack.
  3. Mother was changing tack again.
  4. As a tack, chief, she said.
  5. A change of tack was called for.

  6. Elizabeth tried a different tack.
  7. I'll have to try a different tack.
  8. Steady, lads, for the next tack!.
  9. Caroline ran to the deserted tack room.
  10. Sharp as a tack he is, very good mind.
  11. They should sell them in tack stores!.
  12. He was always taking the opposite tack.
  13. A silken strand tethers you to the tack.
  14. Instead, he chose a more aggressive tack.
  15. The priest had loaded the hard tack first.

  16. Jonah decided to tack in another direction.
  17. Andrei ran for coins and I oiled the tack.
  18. Caris realized she had taken the wrong tack.
  19. He continued on this tack for another hour.
  20. FB - Yes, perhaps we should change tack here.
  21. I had better try the other tack, that is.
  22. Fred wouldn't make much progress on that tack.
  23. He had been able to attain his attire and tack.
  24. For his age his memory of names is sharp as a tack.
  25. They ate a quick meal of hard tack and warm speas tea.

  26. The stabling and tack room was well-organised, there.
  27. Often, cruise ships will automatically tack on tips to.
  28. Any company that is changing tack is worth checking out.
  29. He boomed that workaday worker tack for all it was worth.
  30. Company "accidently" invented a low tack, reusable adhesive.
  31. Holms seemed to sense that this tack was taking him nowhere.
  32. But instead changed tack by investigating his words further.
  33. The tack room had sufficient saddlery for all of the mounts.
  34. Same thing went for the feed and tack store, the horse cor-.
  35. Much more of this dry tack and I’ll begin to fancy roast warg.
  36. Plus medical equipment, and extra tack and fodder for the horses.
  37. Rudolph allowed a thoughtful pause then changed his tack slightly.
  38. We were on the same north-south tack, and I had no idea where we.
  39. If the right tack implied anything more precise than the rest of Mr.
  40. Adam picked up the tack for his horse and walked from the tack room.
  41. As Siri continued to tack up their mounts, May Ling sagged in defeat.
  42. He fell over a baby carriage, and I gained a tack ’fore he got up.
  43. Ow! God damn it! Jeff pulled the tack free and stared at his bleeding.
  44. Fishmael would change tack erratically, following my nose, so he said.
  45. The next day, February 10, several ships appeared, running on our opposite tack.
  46. I suppose you’ll know what they’ll say about you? I tried another tack.
  47. We’ll need help with the grooming and tack so they’re ready to go by eleven.
  48. Dave followed me into the barn and opened the wooden latch to a small tack room.
  49. The fish has changed tack – she's going with the current now, not against it.
  50. Where are you on the story, kiddo? There was a silver tack on my desk, point up.
  51. I must admit that I was quite surprised by the sudden change of tack in.
  52. He reflected upon his own request and attempted another go, but from a different tack.
  53. Not the window Grimes, its the board above it I’m after, got to tack this banner up.
  54. Upon walking into the stables, he placed his book on the floor of the tack room and then.
  55. Roy at the helm as he changed tack after tack capturing the best of what the wind had to.
  56. Appearing to take another tack, the Egyptian captain, lowering his voice a little as if in.
  57. I’m off on a new tack at present but I need another head to help me think things through.
  58. I spat out the piece of blue tack that had been in my mouth and smiled at my toothy reflection.
  59. Same thing went for the feed and tack store, the horse corrals, or any other place in this city.
  60. Maybe this is going to be a tic for tack thing and if that were the case then I was in it to the end.
  61. The door to the cage was tack welded instead of hinged so the zombie vampires couldn’t rip it open.
  62. I could still see the place where the hay bin was, and on the wall there were hooks to hold the tack.
  63. Vital records, deeds, census information, as well as taxation can all be used to tack this information.
  64. Dale wasn’t the sharpest tack in the box, but he was good at figuring out people’s ulterior motives.
  65. The boys looked on and changed their tack, Vanya straightening his back and taking his beard in his hand.
  66. In her rush, she didn’t notice the envelope falling from her pocket as she stepped out of the tack room.
  67. Because Pegasus wore no saddle and tack, Than helped Therese mount his white bare back just behind his wings.
  68. Then he mopes round so, with nary a smile on his face, that it seemed jest right to tack on the ‘Lonesome.
  69. I’ll give you two workers and an account over at the tool store feed and tack over in downtown White Horse.
  70. Quickly stripping the tack from the animal, he placed a sling hobble on one foreleg of the beast and freed it.
  71. If the horses get spooked, I think the tack line will give out, but we should be fine if we have a quiet night.
  72. Throwing herself behind a tree, she peered around it and saw the truck was coming back but on a different tack.
  73. We'll come about presently and fetch the creek on the other tack, just after dark, and with the tide half made.
  74. The driver had no time to swerve to miss the tack strip bumper laid out on the road, before he was on top of it.
  75. On a different tack, Miss La Crème, I understand that you have been attracting the attentions of Mr Balfour.
  76. But if a woman's got nothing but her fair fame to feed on, why, it's thin tack, and a donkey would die of it!.
  77. He rose on the waves, making signs of distress; but no one on board saw him, and the vessel stood on another tack.
  78. On the seventh day of the northwest tack, we crossed a large frozen river and turned due north for the next four days.
  79. This is really only a tack for sophisticated investors who have watched this sector long and hard with a jaundiced eye.
  80. Manfred stowed his staff and they sat in the flicker of orange flames and took an unappetising meal of dry tack and tea.
  81. The priory did business constantly with merchants, buying food, cloth, shoes, parchment, candles, garden tools, tack for.
  82. I have just learned from the cook that she does come here; but you are on the wrong tack, that is, with Sofya Ostafyevna.
  83. You want to know the banker’s secret? Your interest payments will tack on an additional 100% or more to your loan value.
  84. This was more reach than tack now, but it wasn’t a very fair reach and the Balloon should be making about half his speed.
  85. He would take a completely different tack, try to take her mind off the case and just learn about her for personal reasons.
  86. Nothing on the horizon, except near four o'clock in the afternoon a long steamer to the west, running on our opposite tack.
  87. In fact, the interest alone was over $20,000 and there were still all the additional costs of foreclosure to tack on to that.
  88. Unlike football coaches, who often try to key their players up for a big game, rowing coaches sometimes take the opposite tack.
  89. We merely mention it because we know of others who have taken this tack to creating a monthly income stream and it worked for them.
  90. It would be paid back when the returns came in, leaving the joint resources of the women in tack, just in case they were ever needed.
  91. Lady Cairns of Swansea run into by the Mona which was on an opposite tack in rather muggyish weather and lost with all hands on deck.
  92. So you could tack on 5% or more to cover that and if your trading costs were lower or your unit size higher this cost percentage would shrink.
  93. Sara took a different tack, knowing that such hallucinations are sometimes not memories at all but triggered by images borrowed from movies.
  94. Jess spent the better part of an hour cleaning stalls and checking tack and going over how much feed and hay he had left to last him for the week.
  95. Richard half-expected him to tack across the street, to enter the bodega and walk right up and put out a hand, but there were no course corrections.
  96. Annie Tack, who’d grown up in the Netherlands, had developed a technique which combined aspects of German lieder with those of Italian bel canto.
  97. However if she could change her tack and engage him in a lasting conversation, he might actually start to see her as a person and not just his prisoner.
  98. As they couldn’t fall asleep, Clarity started playing tick, tack, toe with Lanai on the wall, using a metal spoon rescued from the sink to mark the squares.
  99. Closed! They had only just opened! It was fairly obvious that if we didn’t come up with a different tack, this meeting was going to be even shorter than the last.
  100. The galleons’ best speed against the current had been no more than a single knot even with a fair wind; now, it would be even lower, and they’d be forced to tack.
  1. The ship sailed on westward, tacking all the way.
  2. What effective thinking requires is tacking back and forth.
  3. Jeff was tacking a new poster to his wall when Rich Runyon burst.
  4. The oars were for use in tacking out of creeks and bays, and during calms.
  5. The wind allows what the wind allows, but I will be tacking northeast soon.
  6. Her father had built it a decade before; tacking it up around the Mulberry tree.
  7. They felt that by taking the path of least resistance, and tacking into the wind, so to speak, you.
  8. He soon saw that the vessel, with the wind dead ahead, was tacking between the Chateau d'If and the tower of Planier.
  9. It stretched almost to the ceiling, at least five feet in height, and was delicately stuffed and tacked with bright gold tacking.
  10. At home in the fleet of ice-boats, sailing with the rest and tacking, At home on the hills of Vermont or in the woods of Maine, or the.
  11. Meanwhile, JRA was still tacking on its beloved monthly service charge, which for some mysterious reason had been increased to $45 per.
  12. I’ll arrange it, and she rushed forward so that the maids who were tacking up her skirt could not move fast enough and a piece of gauze was torn off.
  13. Andrew West, the Hair Guy, was never there, of course, and she would have to punish herself by tacking the minutes she’d wasted onto the end of her workday.
  14. To maintain his heading at an acute angle into the wind, Siri had to be constantly tacking, and it took two days and a night of constant wakefulness to reach the island of Mallorca.
  15. As soon as he had finished tacking up the horses, he found some heavy-duty adhesive tape and, after taking Jai in her baby-sling, May Ling helped him to tape it securely against his chest.
  16. You find them, sir, tacking with every gale, displaying the colors of every party, and of all nations, steady only in one unalterable purpose: to steer, if possible, into the haven of power.
  17. And so, pared down, we fit in here quite nicely, and after a day or two conceded to the suavities of life, such as the tacking up in appropriate places of muslin curtains and the tying of them with bows, I intend to buy a spade and a watering-pot and see what I can do with the garden.
  18. Experience had taught him that a full frontal attack on this hill was liable to failure, so on this occasion he followed his usual plan of making diagonal movements, crossing the road repeatedly from right to left and left to right, after the fashion of a sailing ship tacking against the wind, and halting about every twenty yards to rest and take breath.
  1. He tacked a cab, peeling off.
  2. Thomas tacked up the picture of.
  3. The Symbol tacked on that telephone pole.
  4. She tacked the rest of her hair beneath it.
  5. And taxes tacked on everything, even the air and Sun.
  6. Carmen motioned to a letter tacked up on the refrigerator.
  7. It was late in the shift when Byia tacked to a different subject.
  8. Two women tacked a long muslin cloth over the entrance to his room.
  9. You boys have tacked on four hundred more for your own fun and games.
  10. The next morning, Ravan spoke to the giant as they tacked the horses out.
  11. A bedsheet tacked over a window turned the afternoon light to marmalade.
  12. Her heels tacked soft across the porch, into the house, into the bedroom.
  13. I noticed a calendar tacked over a sack of overflowing beans marked Chiapas.
  14. They had tacked for an eternity and had landed at Greenwich on an outgoing tide.
  15. She continued up the ten posts tacked to the trunk and I followed, but with misgivings.
  16. The Nautilus tacked about and retreated from this furnace it couldn't brave with impunity.
  17. Annette placed ivy and mistletoe all over the front porch and tacked a wreath to the door.
  18. Getting hit hard running out of bounds, and the refs tacked on another 15 for unnecessary roughness.
  19. Almost always, it's better for the warren as a in the open, probably with does and kittens tacked on.
  20. She tacked this last part on for good measure, even though she had no intention of following through with it.
  21. A two-year-old drawing of Damon’s tacked up next to the cartoon was inscribed: For the best Daddy ever.
  22. The balcony was tacked onto the side of the building and hung about two thousand feet in thin air above the sea.
  23. Where was I? Oh, yes! We had some lunch, then he noticed a couple shingles on the room that needed tacked down.
  24. The Celestia’s Prize hung over in the water as she tacked over to a head on course once more with the other two ships.
  25. Bruce studied the chart and briefly surveyed the other information tacked on the walls and ceiling of the boy’s bedroom.
  26. Most of the other boats were out sailing on the round lake, their colorful sails waving as they tacked in the warm breeze.
  27. This will involve not only catching up your payments, but most companies will have a repossession fee that will be tacked on.
  28. Little Davie’s kindergarten class was on a field trip to their local police station where they saw pictures tacked to a 72.
  29. We searched the neighborhood and, at Dad’s insistence, tacked signs on telephone poles and put an ad in the local newspaper.
  30. An hour later I saw a metal diamond that said PACIFIC CREST TRAIL tacked to a snowbound tree, and my body flooded with relief.
  31. It stretched almost to the ceiling, at least five feet in height, and was delicately stuffed and tacked with bright gold tacking.
  32. Most of the buildings were constructed from rough-cut lumber, some from little more than tar paper tacked over a wooden framework.
  33. Dantes, though almost sure as to what course the vessel would take, had yet watched it anxiously until it tacked and stood towards him.
  34. The headquarters were a peculiar bricolage of different styles with bits tacked on willy-nilly as the company had grown over the years.
  35. The colonel turned away from the map tacked to his wall and gazed out the window at the snow-covered, slovenly streets of Esthyr’s Abbey.
  36. Her bullets tick tacked off walls, railings, and the bodies of the enemy with brutal inefficiency that was still proving effective somehow.
  37. When Reuben arrived, Rachel had prints from scans intercepted from the tracking satellites tacked all over the walls and ceiling of the conference room.
  38. Easton remarked he was sorry he had not tacked the bloody stuff down in such a manner that they would not have been able to take it up without destroying it.
  39. You move to the fridge, tacked to the side is what you are looking for, the most conspicuous place, it is clear the other team is still outside of your circle.
  40. It is true that her tone was the same as Sappho's; that like Sappho, she had two men, one young and one old, tacked onto her, and devouring her with their eyes.
  41. It is true that her tone was the same as Sappho’s; that like Sappho, she had two men, one young and one old, tacked onto her, and devouring her with their eyes.
  42. His tone didn’t change to suggest it was a question, and it wasn’t until he tacked on the last two words that Amaranthe realized it was a statement of disbelief.
  43. But the way Januarius was tacked on the end of the old Roman calendar, it begins about ten days after the beginning of the sun’s annual apparent northward journey.
  44. Afterward, cooling, sighing, chafed, he would study the reflection of his sleeping lover there, and would compare it to the unfinished self-portrait tacked to the wall.
  45. You probably wouldn’t hire a babysitter at the advice of a friend who heard about her from his manager who talked to his brother who saw an ad tacked to a telephone pole.
  46. Harry said nothing but suddenly, beaming, he began rummaging around in a box, pulled out a large American flag, tacked it on the wall above the radio, and stood back to admire it.
  47. Turning the music up loud and stripping naked and watching himself in the mirror hung on his wall among the posters and album covers he’d tacked to the millimeter-thin wood veneer.
  48. At dinner he was hilarious to a degree; he made jokes and fun, and told stories which had no ends, or which he tacked on to ends belonging to other stories, without remarking the fact.
  49. A fence of two wire strands tacked to the trees, with an occasional post in the wider gaps, crossed their path, with an iron gate; beyond the gate the track became the semblance of a road.
  50. They sleep in a once stately Old World suite with the furniture shored up against the walls and chicken feathers clogging the marble sinks and newspapers tacked clumsily across the windows.
  51. The cunning hutch door had become nothing but a piece of wire netting, tacked to a frame made from four strips of half-by-half; and the rabbits sat on the planks, sniffing and nosing it without talking.
  52. His company tacked on fees—one called the Primary Fee at $75, one called the Monthly Service Fee at $35 per, and one at the end, assuming they ever got there, called the Termination Fee, a bargain at only $25.
  53. When his protests weakened a little they carried the packing case over to the laboratory, tacked red, white, and blue bunting over it, lettered the big sign with iodine on a card, and they started the decorating from there.
  54. Then we have another weird neighbor, who printed a beautiful sign in English and tacked it on the door of his cabin, which we have preempted, warning us to destroy none of his belongings, and signing himself Tarzan of the Apes.
  55. Lhasa Hotel, Lhasa Hotel, shouted the driver as he pulled in head first toward the curb in front of a very non-descript building that sported a tonka, about as heavy as a carpet, tacked over the doorway to keep the wind out.
  56. She was never to remember what the room looked like tacked on the mutilated walls and chairs which had cowhide seats with the hair still on except that it was small and dim and none too warm and there were handwritten papers them.
  57. The south wall was made of three sheets of rusty corrugated iron, the east wall a square of moldy carpet tacked between two boards, the north wall a strip of roofing paper and a strip of tattered canvas, and the west wall six pieces of gunny sacking.
  58. This kind of a birth certificate has all the necessary ingredients upon which we could now phrase out the qualities that that we all possess but an appropriate modem upon which this cleavage has to rest has still got to be tacked and traced out as well by `us`.
  59. This kind of a birth certificate has all the necessary ingredients upon which we could now phrase out the qualities that that we all possess but an appropriate modem upon which this cleavage has to rest has still got to be tacked and traced out as well by ùs`.
  60. As he explained while it floated in the air above them, it was heavily spelled, and could be sailed by one person at the tiller while it tacked and adjusted for the wind automatically, or it would even navigate itself to any port in the world on command, evading storms, rocks and other obstacles.
  61. No doubt he was looking forward to a grand auto-da-fé, with hundreds of heretics to burn for their sins, as a way of convincing the Church’s capital city the Jihad was well in hand, regardless of what those lying broadsheets tacked up on the walls of Zion might claim about disastrous reverses in the field.
  62. A blonde Swede brushed her teeth while studying the notices tacked to a decaying corkboard; a black backpacker with bright red braids kicked back reading a Lonely Planet guidebook; and a waif of a girl who looked like she couldn’t have been more than sixteen pecked out an e-mail at an aging computer terminal.
  63. And on their behalf he added that night a special prayer to the usual quarter of an hour's supplication before meat, and would have tacked another to the end of the grace, had not his young mistress broken in upon him with a hurried command that he must run down the road, and wherever Heathcliff had rambled, find and make him reenter directly!.
  64. And on their behalf he added that night a special prayer to the usual quarter-of-an-hour’s supplication before meat, and would have tacked another to the end of the grace, had not his young mistress broken in upon him with a hurried command that he must run down the road, and, wherever Heathcliff had rambled, find and make him re-enter directly!.
  65. One sperm whale exterminated, it ran at another, tacked on the spot so as not to miss its prey, went ahead or astern, obeyed its rudder, dived when the cetacean sank to deeper strata, rose with it when it returned to the surface, struck it head–on or slantwise, hacked at it or tore it, and from every direction and at any speed, skewered it with its dreadful spur.
  66. Pocket was the only daughter of a certain quite accidental deceased Knight, who had invented for himself a conviction that his deceased father would have been made a Baronet but for somebody's determined opposition arising out of entirely personal motives,—I forget whose, if I ever knew,—the Sovereign's, the Prime Minister's, the Lord Chancellor's, the Archbishop of Canterbury's, anybody's,—and had tacked himself on to the nobles of the earth in right of this quite supposititious fact.
  1. The admiral changed tacks.
  2. Hands to sheets and tacks.
  3. Jock gets down to the brass tacks.
  4. I was tired and I had a belly full of tacks.
  5. I'd been trying all sorts of tacks for years.
  6. Nevertheless, getting down to brass tacks is different.
  7. Werner tacks across the room and stirs the coals to life.
  8. Caderl very kindly tacks up Sefir for me and, within the hour, we are setting out.
  9. Film canisters can be used to collect small items such as change, tacks and buttons.
  10. He takes another man's idea, tacks on to it its antithesis, and the epigram is made.
  11. Taoist: The Sailor who skillfully tacks into the wind and uses the energy of opposites to effortlessly.
  12. Arriving in front of Sheriff Tramell's office he stopped the horse and dismounted with a flyer, a small hammer and some tacks in his hand.
  13. However, the vessel and the swimmer insensibly neared one another, and in one of its tacks the tartan bore down within a quarter of a mile of him.
  14. While Wyll and Cheeryup were barely twelve years old, Dorro still valued their insights—both children were sharp as tacks and fine sleuths in their own right.
  15. Picking up the controller from on top of the applicator unit’s shrouding, Fred got down to brass tacks; and began to run the machine back and forth, around and around on the Wheatley’s extensive lawn.
  16. No, what I asked was how come you are here at this precise minute chasing my Harvest Festival poster around my window with a big hammer in your hand balancing on the top of an unstable ladder brandishing a political banner in the other hand, throwing tacks about.
  17. Crystal goblets in the richly ornamented mahogany cabinet, thick Persian carpets, burgundy red leather dining room chairs with brass tacks, silver candlesticks with hallmarks stamped underneath, oil paintings under diminutive wall lamps, paper-thin Meissen porcelain cups with real coffee and cream.
  18. But sometimes he is like the old juggling fellow, formerly a patient of mine in Ceylon, that making believe swallow jack-knives, once upon a time let one drop into him in good earnest, and there it stayed for a twelvemonth or more; when I gave him an emetic, and he heaved it up in small tacks, d'ye see.
  19. There was less work for the people to do, no outgate in the army for roving and idle spirits, and those who had tacks of the town lands complained of slack markets; indeed, in my own double vocation of the cloth shop and wine cellar, I had a taste and experience of the general declension that would of a necessity ensue, when the great outlay of government and the discharge from public employ drew more and more to an issue.

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