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Commode dans une phrase (en anglais)

  1. Instead, he found him on his commode.
  2. Judas reached for the key on the commode.
  3. She took a pot from beneath the commode and left.
  4. He leaped down from the commode and seized his hat.
  5. BLOOM: (Reflects precautiously) That antiquated commode.

  6. It even has a washing machine, situated right above the commode.
  7. There was a commode and a sink next to it, both built into the wall.
  8. Mitch said as he yanked the pronged device free and inserted it into the stained commode.
  9. He descended from the commode as softly as possible, taking care not to make the least noise.
  10. Imagine trying to live without water, not being able to drink or use it to flush your commode.
  11. This illustration of Parrish sitting on the throne (commode) on the scales of Justice speaks for itself.
  12. He had but three shirts, one on his person, the second in the commode, and the third in the washerwoman's hands.
  13. The force of the explosion from his rear end was so intense it seemed as though it might lift him off the commode.
  14. I am equally certain that tax dollars shouldn't be wasted paying the corpulent Corporal to sit on a county commode.
  15. He bounded rather than climbed upon his commode, and resumed his post near the little peep-hole in the partition wall.

  16. Not to worry, I am sure that one night he will try to hoist himself off the commode but there won't be anything left of him!.
  17. He snapped the case shut, slid it back to the adjacent commode, flushed the toilet, and returned to the casino, where Nurse was still playing her one-armed bandit.
  18. The plaster which should have filled this cavity was missing, and by mounting on the commode, a view could be had through this aperture into the Jondrettes' attic.
  19. She wore a garnet velvet Cloak—despite the Warmth of the Weather—and a Commode that surmounted her hennaed Hair, which fell in Curls o’er her furrow’d Forehead.
  20. As she passed, she caught sight of a dry crust of bread on the commode, which was moulding there amid the dust; she flung herself upon it and bit into it, muttering:—.
  21. She ran for the restrooms inside the truck stop and carried him into the ladies room where she set him down on the commode in a handicap stall, placing his arms on the rails.
  22. While we waited in the hospital that week-end, I’d go into the bathroom and cry and scream and kick the commode because I was so stricken with fear that Mama was going to die.
  23. A packing-case—a coffin, perhaps—took the place of a commode, a butter-pot served for a drinking-fountain, a straw mattress served for a bed, the floor served instead of tables and chairs.
  24. Gillenormand, while his daughter was putting in order the phials and cups on the marble of the commode, bent over Marius and said to him in his tenderest accents: Look here, my little Marius, if I were in your place, I would eat meat now in preference to fish.
  25. Before departing he requested that it should be told to his dear son Patsy that the other boot which he had been looking for was at present under the commode in the return room and that the pair should be sent to Cullen's to be soled only as the heels were still good.

  26. With an essentially unlimited budget, Magda Goebbels had furnished and decorated it extravagantly—covering the walls with Gobelin tapestries and paintings appropriated from German museums, laying down luxurious carpets, even installing a commode previously owned by Frederick the Great.
  27. At seven o'clock on the following morning, Marius returned to the hovel, paid the quarter's rent which he owed to Ma'am Bougon, had his books, his bed, his table, his commode, and his two chairs loaded on a hand-cart and went off without leaving his address, so that when Javert returned in the course of the morning, for the purpose of questioning Marius as to the events of the preceding evening, he found only Ma'am Bougon, who answered: "Moved away!".
  28. He climbed upon the commode, put his eye to the crevice,.

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