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1. This did not bode well.
2. That did not bode well.
3. Titius Bode law on place.
4. This did not bode well with my nerves.
5. The Newtonians gave the Titius Bode law.
6. Gravity forms by the Titius Bode law using Π.
7. He studied under Hegel (this does not bode well).

8. The future seemed to me to bode no good for any of us.
9. That she was missing could bode only ill for all of them.
10. Whichever way she looked at it, this did not bode well.
11. I have uncovered the formula by which the Titius Bode law.
12. It is called the Titius Bode law and the undoubted accuracy of the.
13. Nonetheless, the Chinese voice continued, it would not bode.
14. The Titius Bode law says one should apply the ratio according to the.
15. It might not bode well for him to run to the press and tell his story.
16. Bode; yet they are amongst the very finest works by Luca Delia Robbia.
17. This did not bode well for favorable relations between the two kingdoms.
18. Your serious attitudes and work ethic bode well for the career this year.
19. I have explained the locations of planets according to the Titius Bode law.
20. He would not be alone anymore; and that bode well for those who lived here.
21. The Newtonians gave the Titius Bode law a formula and that explains the lot.
22. There was a brooding oppressiveness in the air that seemed to bode something.
23. Not even at Harley and Teagan’s had his eyes changed, and it couldn’t bode well.
24. If Duval could so quickly gain control of one such as Pierre, it bode poorly for Ravan.
25. Win ratio is still too low; 40 percent just doesn’t psychologically bode well with me.
26. The threat would not bode well if the press got a hold of this evidence against Stevenson.
27. There is not a hunt of Newton’s mass being used but the Titius Bode law forms one of the.
28. There is the Titius Bode law that shows a positioning according to a ratio and the distance.
29. Lagrangian points, the Titius Bode law and the Coanda effect that are in place and forms that.
30. Newton’s mass in this Titius Bode Law and explain what happens and moreover why this happens.
31. They never mention the Titius Bode law and try to explain the Titius Bode law while it is the.
32. Bode law, which is some law no one ever hears of because it disproves Newton and his mass concept.
33. The entire idea above called the Titius Bode law is there in place used by the cosmos and is so accurate.
34. Please put Newton’s mass in this Titius Bode Law and explain what happens and moreover why this happens.
35. The Titius Bode law proves that in the Universe laws apply that positions objects in terms of other rules.
36. Anyone standing in the pizza shop knew that what was about to transpire couldn’t bode well for the Branton kids.
37. Do as you wish Colonel, but I think that what you are doing now will not bode well with our allies in the states.
38. The ratio the Titius Bode law forms is depicted from the way that the value of Π builds up space as time progresses.
39. This does not bode well for the delicate balance of the Planar Mandala, answered the Leader of the Lore Masters.
40. Instead of the cosmos using mass as Newton claims there is no mass applying but there is the Titius Bode law on place.
41. This suggests stocks may offer a better value than they did before the recession, which could bode well for the future.
42. Shells: Full shells indicate success, provided that you work hard for it; empty shells bode vain hopes and loss of money.
43. With all the events that had transpired over the course of mere weeks, she knew that his absence did not bode well for anyone.
44. It lead Bode to predict the existence of another planet between Mars and Jupiter in what we now recognize as the asteroid belt.
45. Realizing this could not bode any good for anyone, he stayed on his side of the street trying to avoid any dustup with the surly group.
46. Having the shipyard moved into the heart of Federation space did not bode well for the Swordsmen ability to maintain their military strength.
47. If it was just an accident, why would Jeremy run? His apparently rapid departure, coupled with the recent cattle incident did not bode well for Jeremy.
48. Half of them were already giving me looks that didn’t bode well and as the only surviving female it wasn’t hard to figure out what they had in mind.
49. I don’t like the look of that Officers meeting believe you me when that lot get together chatting like that it can bode no good for the likes of us.
50. The distance should be in terms of size r2 , but it is not, it is according to the Titius Bode law, which is some law no one ever hears of because it disproves Newton and his mass concept.
51. A new Lieutenant had turned up he had been seconded to us to replace Walter Cole and should have arrived with the 125th Brigade but he had been ill in Egypt which didn’t bode well for here.
52. In fact there was no sign of the reserves or anything else and that didn’t bode well for us you could look back towards our trench line and see where the waves had been massacred this morning.
53. It shows Newton has no ground on which to form his concept that is completely wrong! But while the cosmos disproves Newton, science believes Newton in spite of the cosmos using the Titius Bode law.
54. There is always movement because of the earth moving and when anything moves above and beyond the movement the earth provides that then forms the sound barrier using a modified version of the Titius Bode law.
55. The Titius Bode law is in lace and notwithstanding the level of despicable cheating, all the concocting the truth does not place Newton’s misconceptions in place or remove that which is there, the Titius Bode law.
56. I told you this would happen and that it would bode no good for us and I was right charging fucking trenches with a handful of blokes mark my words no bloody good will come from this escapade and that’s a fact.
57. On the one hand Roger Gould had to wrestle with how to convince his superiors that something odd was taking place in the colony which his instincts told him bode no good for him or his civil service masters in Whitehall.
58. I have written twelve articles in which I explain the Titius Bode law, why it is in place, how does the Titius Bode law apply gravity, what keeps the Titius Bode law structurally in place and why is it in place as it is.
59. That I prove in seven articles Annalen der physics would not publish and this is how the cosmos formulates the process according to applying the Titius Bode law, the Lagrangian system, the Roche limit and the Coanda effect.
60. They’d written that the trail in this section was so ill-maintained that it was little better than cross-country hiking in places, and though I hadn’t yet seen that, such a warning didn’t bode well for my sandals.
61. Bode, of Berlin in various writings has shown a more discriminating knowledge of this subject than other writers, nevertheless the work of Cavallucci and Molinier, Les Della Robbia, was more useful to me as a guide and starter.
62. Either way, it certainly aroused the curiosity of both seasoned investigators, especially given the recent developments that did not bode well for one of those individuals whom they were now seeking; furthermore, the fact 340.
63. He settled back onto his stretcher and I leant over and gave him a smoke from my cigarette case that Helen had bought me and which he had admired we lit up though the cough that wracked his body didn’t bode well for his future.
64. From here on the Titius Bode law comes into its own where the first inner planet or the earth forms the controlling singularity the outer planet as Venus then is forms the governing singularity and the sun forms the primary singularity.
65. It is there and it is in place and while the cosmos openly reject Newton’s idea of mass, the Newtonian reject the cosmos’ placing the Titius Bode law in place and thereby accepting Newton’s mass idea that the cosmos clearly rejects.
66. Adrian–Moench–Shin (2010) show that aggressive levering by financial intermediaries is a sign of strong risk appetite and low prospective returns, while de-leveraging episodes signal high risk aversion and bode well for subsequent returns.
67. Cole, after the old gossipery, on these occasions, used to young women abandoned for the first time to the will of man, had left us alone in her room, which, by the bye was well lighted up, at his previous desire, that seemed to bode a stricter examination than he afterwards made, Mr.
68. Mass as a factor does not present or apply in one instance anywhere in the entire Universe and yet that is all theta physics says applies…but why would they cheat? It is because what is there applying between the planets is called the Titius Bode law and although this law is in place you.
69. This not so extraordinary phenomenon, that seeks the path of least resistance, does not bode well for America‘s blue collar workers whose jobs are being systematically eliminated at alarming rates exceeding the market‘s ability to replace them, if such is its intent, which it is not, I feel.
70. Notwithstanding the fact that I do prove the Titius Bode law with Annalen Der Physics not publishing my articles I presume I still seem to be out of touch with modern developments when I explain something that was present in the solar system only as resent as when the solar system came onto form.
71. There was now an apparent motive for the preacher man in the murder of Terence Underwood, and he had no alibi for the time frame in which the crime had been committed; both of these facts did not bode well for the reverend, though there was still the mystery of the locked door and the difficulty he would have in avoiding the surveillance crew.
72. I will tell you something lads it doesn’t bode well if there is a big offensive planned because if all these civvies know about it and when it is going to happen then it stands to reason that the Hun does as well? We thought about this and realised he was right security on the ‘Big Push’ as everyone was calling the offensive must have been non existent and that was bad news for us.
73. The various colours significant of various degrees of vitality (white, yellow, crimson, vermilion, cinnabar): their degrees of brilliancy: their magnitudes revealed up to and including the 7th: their positions: the waggoner's star: Walsingham way: the chariot of David: the annular cinctures of Saturn: the condensation of spiral nebulae into suns: the interdependent gyrations of double suns: the independent synchronous discoveries of Galileo, Simon Marius, Piazzi, Le Verrier, Herschel, Galle: the systematisations attempted by Bode and Kepler of cubes of distances and squares of times of revolution: the almost infinite compressibility of hirsute comets and their vast elliptical egressive and reentrant orbits from perihelion to aphelion: the sidereal origin of meteoric stones: the Libyan floods on Mars about the period of the birth of the younger astroscopist: the annual recurrence of meteoric showers about the period of the feast of S.
1. Whispers passed along, and a boding uneasiness took possession of every countenance.
2. The moping owl, indeed!—the boding owl, forsooth! the melancholy owl, you blockhead! why, they are the most cheerful, joy-portending, and exulting of God's creatures.
3. The residents of that monstrous dwelling place found little time anyway to take advantage of and enjoy those boding oasis that called out to everyone but in general fell on deaf ears.
4. His parting gibes were listened to in a dead, boding silence, and, with these biting words in his mouth, the triumphant Magua passed unmolested into the forest, followed by his passive captive, and protected by the inviolable laws of Indian hospitality.
5. On an afternoon in October, or the beginning of November—a fresh watery afternoon, when the turf and paths were rustling with moist, withered leaves, and the cold blue sky was half hidden by clouds—dark grey streamers, rapidly mounting from the west, and boding abundant rain—I requested my young lady to forego her ramble, because I was certain of showers.
6. On an afternoon in October, or the beginning of November---a fresh watery afternoon, when the turf and paths were rustling with moist, withered leaves, and the cold, blue sky was half hidden by clouds---dark grey streamers, rapidly mounting from the west, and boding abundant rain---I requested my young lady to forego her ramble, because I was certain of showers.
1. None of which boded well.
2. All of this boded well for the yields.
3. Several times Niels had asked of his brother what all this preparation boded.
4. The martial light in Henri’s eyes boded ill for The Doctor, Joel mused in satisfaction.
5. Tarleton upon she turned her gaze back to Suellen, a fierce angry gaze that boded ill for her.
6. I was always nervous when alone with him like this: he had a brooding silence that boded badly for me.
7. Ever were you the screech owl or the Osprey that boded ill when you spoke of Tristan; what news bear you now?
8. With a grim look of determination, which boded ill for The Doctor, Joel left Kathy’s room and went in search of his cousin, Nick….
9. I think I need to have a little chat with your uncles, but especially with Bryan! Kathy muttered darkly - in a tone which boded ill for her brothers.
10. We saw an inflamed scarlet face that boded no good, and affected us quite painfully; he seemed like a sort of spider about to throw itself on a poor fly wriggling in its web.
11. I used 10, 15, and 20 percent extensions of the four-day put/call ratio versus the 20-day ratio and 8, 9 or 10 percent extensions of the VIX above the 20-day SMA and did find some indication that it boded well for the market when certain combos of the above took place.
12. This great establishment, richly endowed, was thus a magnificent piece of homage by the Scottish King to a principle which, especially under the bold and uncompromising guidance of its great advocate, had solely perplexed and baffled his royal neighbor on the English throne, and boded future trouble and humiliation to all thrones and temporal dignities.
1. The Prophet is only a herald that bodes those who has felt awe of Al’lah.
2. Stove: If there is fire in it, you will have good earnings; if not, it bodes austerity.
3. This is a wonderful transit and bodes well for happiness in this area of life this year.
4. She’s been real patient, and I think that bodes well for the type of schoolteacher she could be.
5. Spring: A spring of clear water indicates riches, joy and success; if the water is dirty, it bodes problems and delays; a spring with no water means illness and failure.
6. She had no objection to the emerald color, or the full skirt that fell below her knees, but the strap less tight fitting bodes made her feel self-conscience about her muscular arms.
7. Fingers: Burnt fingers denote that you should let others be and mind your own business; a cut finger bodes sorrow; if you have more fingers than five, there will be a new member in the family.
8. The failed move higher Friday bodes for more downside if confirmed Monday, and it has support from the RSI that cannot get over 40 as it levels, and an MACD that is trying to level off in its fall.
9. Vinegar: It bodes nothing good; if it is red, someone will abuse you; if it is white, a friend of yours will have an accident; if you drink vinegar, you will have a bad quarrel with a family member or a colleague at work.
10. This child’s disposition is abnormally cruel, merely for cruelty’s sake, and whether he derives this from his smiling father, as I should suspect, or from his mother, it bodes evil for the poor girl who is in their power.

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