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Frasi con typify (in inglese)

  1. Our modern day malls typify this.
  2. A theory sustains that is feasible to typify letter of credit as contracts for a.
  3. As would typify a company that is hovering around an optimal target, there is little.
  4. They grew out of his heart, and typify, it may be, some hideous secret that was buried with him, and which he had done better to confess during his lifetime.
  5. The turning of the other cheek, or whatever act that may typify, demands initiative, necessitates vigorous, active, and courageous expression of the believer's personality.

  6. Whenever recent immigrants are encouraged to casually disregard the customary traditions that typify the character of the host nation, that nation will inevitably acquire an entirely different meaning.
  7. Perhaps its many (erstwhile) faces would provide a more accurate description of what has (now) given way to a troubling sense of ―sameness‖ that seems to typify a number of towns and cities across the nation.
  8. Then, unfortunately, the rains set in and the result was a mental washout that carried the last vestige of his poetical idea out into the vasty deep where individual ideas become world-thought, though there was a moment when he had an inspiration—something about keeping Lent, which should typify the rains.
  9. There appears to be among Men of Science a Will towards God but nothing approximating the traditional Godlike Qualities that typify the faith of true believers but rather the assumption of godlike features originating from Reason‘s assault on Faith, that, having shaken its resistance, seeks to discredit the conventional propositions of Eternal Wisdom.
  10. The editor of the "menacing periodical, not a Petersburg one," who was dancing with the cudgel in his hands, felt utterly unable to endure the spectacled gaze of "honest Russian thought," and not knowing how to escape it, suddenly in the last figure advanced to meet him standing on his head, which was meant, by the way, to typify the continual turning upside down of common sense by the menacing non-Petersburg gazette.

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