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    1. If you haven’t been tending your

    2. "Well shit, all the hiking I was doing the last few weeks before we left? And harvest? And the keda tending that goes with logging? The Troll in me should be showing by now

    3. After tending the sail Alan came back and sat with her on one of the benches that served as the dining room, such as it was

    4. Whoever was up for the remainder of the dark was tending stuff drying by the fire

    5. After another hour they noticed the edge of the brushy area along the stream or lake was tending more to the east

    6. If she kept this up she would be tending her mast with a buzz and she didn't think that was something Byia would approve of

    7. They were paying their way to Zhlindu also, but by cooking instead of tending sail

    8. Once Luray got up, Desa was left with only the onset of dark remaining in Afternoonday and the red was tending toward purple

    9. Within a year he bought the old country mansion for himself and spent every spare hour he had tending the gardens, the vegetables and the fruits

    10. Well you would think that to be the end of the story but in fact it is not, the gardener went back to work that morning to continue tending to the gardens as normal

    11. nearby and he had been tending to her all along

    12. was one old man, tending the garden at the front of his house

    13. “If we’d been tending sail we wouldn’t have had time for the midday

    14. “Yeah, but if we’d been tending sail I wouldn’t have had energy for once a week

    15. “Oh, I’ve been tending Tendine’s vines for a good decade and a half now

    16. There were people out in the lot also, conversing and tending their keda’s and wagons

    17. Freameck’s estate, and were happily tending their

    18. He was up early this Morningday, that would be the best time to find people home tending the garden

    19. Her Father, Milton Barrett, was quite busy tending to the beehives

    20. As little ducklings waddled along the water, and the birds chirped in the trees, tending to their nests and flying around, the kids looked around in awe at this sight

    21. sat in the snow, tending to their wounds

    22. He was tending more and more toward making the scientific expedition the most likely

    23. But it must be considered, that the price of any instrument of husbandry, such as a labouring horse, is itself made up of the same time parts ; the rent of the land upon which he is reared, the labour of tending and rearing him, and the profits of the farmer, who advances both the rent of this land, and the wages of this labour

    24. The most desert moors in Norway and Scotland produce some sort of pasture for cattle, of which the milk and the increase are always more than sufficient, not only to maintain all the labour necessary for tending them, and to pay the ordinary profit to the farmer or the owner of the herd or flock, but to afford some small rent to the landlord

    25. A great part of the cultivated lands must be employed in rearing and fattening cattle ; of which the price, therefore, must be sufficient to pay, not only the labour necessary for tending them, but the rent which the landlord, and the profit which the farmer, could have drawn from such land employed in tillage

    26. The sleep hadn't been the best, that and the boredom must have put her back to sleep again because when she woke they were turning off into a smaller, but still substantial road tending a little more toward the west

    27. days tending the family’s sheep)

    28. weaving and tending the fire

    29. He saw you sleeping while I was tending you

    30. The man with twisted flesh stood up from tending to Dona’Cora, and humbly complied, sending massive waves of flames his way

    31. Thing: Zombie wife, tending to the needs of her still living

    32. “Do you know Berenice?” she called to a boy who sat on a fence rail tending the herd of

    33. Home is in this manner the centre, if I may say so, round which the capitals of the inhabitants of every country are continually circulating, and towards which they are always tending, though, by particular causes, they may sometimes be driven off and repelled from it towards more distant employments

    34. Whenever they did chores together, whether it was sheep tending or house cleaning or

    35. When he arrived at Darniil’s house he found him out back, tending to his small vegetable and herb garden

    36. Ah well, his fever couldn’t be too severe if he’d been tending her

    37. But that degradation in the value of silver, which, being the effect either of the peculiar situation or of the political institutions of a particular country, takes place only in that country, is a matter of very great consequence, which, far from tending to make anybody really richer, tends to make every body really poorer

    38. Zarko was busy tending the horses when he noticed the approaching dust cloud on the main road from the city

    39. This law, therefore, necessarily obstructed the improvement of the land, and, instead of tending to render corn cheaper, must have tended to render it scarcer, and therefore dearer, than it would otherwise have been

    40. and others were tending to some part of

    41. During the day, when Shelagh was busy tending her garden, or working in her greenhouse or dealing with her 'callers', as she preferred to call her patients, Rosemary would take long walks, skirting the village as much as possible

    42. The rest of us moved in quickly to put a barrier between them but by this time the woman had given the child to Johnny Lewis and was cradling George in her arms and tending to him

    43. Ten years tending tables at the Sea Dog will toughen-up any young lass, and that one certainly knew how to handle herself in a fight

    44. Pulling up to the kerbside outside his home in Robin’s Way, Alex waved a hello at old Mr Waverly, out tending his roses as usual, even though it was getting too dark to see

    45. Walking down the path from his house, Alex raised a hand at the, “Good morning,” he received from Mr Waverly, out early tending his roses

    46. Mr Waverly shook his head at his next door neighbour’s antics, then went back to tending his roses, unaware of the events unfolding across the Solent

    47. Tending to the Image

    48. to tending to the breakthrough process

    49. through the brain of the last ghoul, and the grim Presque busy tending his wounds

    50. There was a man, an old man full of years, who grew up tending sheep

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    Sinonimi per "tending"

    aid attention care tending apt disposed given minded