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Cork dans une phrase (en anglais)

1. He bobbed like a cork.
2. Then the cork comes out.
3. I travelled for cork lino.
4. Pok! The cork flew out of Mr.
5. Pok! The tardy cork flew out of Mr.
6. I popped off the cork out the window.
7. Unscrews the cork from the corkscrew.

8. You pop the cork and refill your glass.
9. Doesn’t the cork fly off though?
10. A ship without a rudder is not unlike a cork.
11. We can’t put the cork back into that bottle.
12. Chalybeate waters, action of cork on, viii, 390.
13. When you cast this out, it will cork screw and.
14. It was really empty, and floated light as a cork.
15. He pulled the cork from the schnapps bottle with.
16. He was married to a woman from cork named Rosemary.
17. Suzy turned the cork in her fingers and looked at it.
18. I popped the cork on the Dom and handed him the bottle.
19. Buy a large cork board and start pinning up your dreams.
20. As yet I have only used lutings of waxed cloth, or cork.
21. As long as he keeps the cork in it, he acknowledged.
22. Father Kelly leaped up as if I had pulled the great cork.
23. It was like riding a bobbing cork, but it was going to work.
24. She proceeded to pull out a purple vial with a cork stopper.
25. It included the medical report from Trinity Hospital in Cork.
26. I heard movement in the kitchen and the sound of a cork being.
27. Inserts the screw into the centre of the cork and twists it in a.
28. I don’t know what they use, or gas pressure to pop the cork out.
29. BLOOM: (Bitterly) Man and woman, love, what is it? A cork and bottle.
30. We have posted your names on the cork board at the back of the room.
31. Doc held her chair and then he popped the champagne cork and smelled it.
32. Mason Broyles blew his cork, of course, and the judge admonished Jacobi.
33. The water spigot was a colorful little dolphin with a cork in his mouth.
34. Jeanne answered him with a big smile as she made the bottle cork pop out.
35. Each of the boxes contained a dozen small glass tubes with cork stoppers.
36. As I pushed my hand from my head it touched the cork fender of an over-.
37. In a few minutes an apologetic "Pok!" was heard as the cork flew out of Mr.
38. Hundreds of the animals graze contentedly in the long shadows cast by cork.
39. She had wandered into "Cork" and the three O'Neills surrounded her, staring.
40. O’Donnell finally selected one of the bottles of liqueur and drew the cork.
41. Holding the bottle in the left hand, to remove the cork, ensuring there is no.
42. It came with a small Plop!, as though you were pulling the cork of a bottle.
43. THE WAITER opens the bottle of wine and hands the cork to Justin, who defers to me.
44. Allows the cork to go out smoothly without a pop sound puts the cork in the.
45. Release a cork under water and it will shoot to the surface because the forces-of-.
46. The last time we saw something that simple it was the priest's sister from Cork, Mr.
47. Inserts the screw into the centre of the cork and twists it in a clockwise direction.
48. The two men moved out to the patio where Sue was freeing the cork on a bottle of wine.
50. It is about ten minutes later, maybe twelve, when the cork on her line begins to jiggle.
51. He replaced the cork, slid the bottle back into its carton and climbed out of the truck.
53. What’s happening reminds me of the way it was when we were children growing up in Cork.
54. At a serving trolley nearby, Mohammed pops a cork, winks at the princess, who nods slightly.
55. Betty had never cared for "Cork" but now the hot worried faces of its girls appealed to her.
56. Within less than a second, a strange heku appeared and pulled the cork out, and then vanished.
57. He studied his face for a moment, picked up a bottle, took out the cork, smelled it, tasted it.
58. He had her pinned down in every direction she turned, like an exotic butterfly on a cork board.
59. For the first time, Robin felt relaxed, and the formal atmosphere melted away as the cork popped.
60. The root beer directions also said to keep the jug on its side and capped with a cork, if possible.
61. I don’t think he even salvaged his cork and ox-hide ball from the wreckage of Uncle Clemon’s ship.
62. I was holding back the tide by force of will, but tension was building, like carbonation behind a cork.
63. I was born in Ireland in County Cork, said she, the Daughter o’ an Attorney an’ a Housemaid.
64. No, they hold there a large, round wad of tow and cork, enveloped in the thickest and toughest of ox-hide.
65. Doc popped the champagne cork and handed the bottle to Mack, who cupped his mouth over the glistening foam.
66. Ma stepped to her, put the cork in back of the ear lobe and pushed the needle through the ear, into the cork.
67. Marcia removed the cork with a squeak that emphasised the quietness in the room, then poured them both a drink.
68. A fourth cork popped, to another outcry from Finn's team, the Thirsty Warriors, as we would later dub ourselves.
69. Peter had gone to London as a young man, it was there that he met and married his wife Rosemary a girl from Cork.
70. He also learned that she had declined a Chef’s course in Cork at the time and was grateful to God that she had.
71. As in a dream, she watched herself tamp one, two, three grams into a test tube, cork it, stash it in her backpack.
72. It was the Bottle Conjuror! Upon the opening of that fatal cork, forth flew the fiend, and shrivelled up his home.
73. I just walked in the front door, went straight to the refrigerator, popped the cork, and drank it out of the bottle.
74. The turret hatches opened like Champagne cork plugs under the internal pressure from the explosion and jet of hot plasma.
75. The second sound of a cork popping from a champagne bottle sent another searing pain through his shoulder and up his neck.
76. If you examine the top of the cork you will observe that the screw was driven in three times before the cork was extracted.
77. Had I done that, the cork would have shot out and there would have been some liquid on the floor, but certainly no explosion.
78. I hold no brief, as at present advised, for the third profession qua profession but your Cork legs are running away with you.
79. It must not have helped because the plane began to bank heavy to the right and fly in a cork screw pattern towards the ground.
80. If you will examine the top of the cork, you will observe that the screw was driven in three times before the cork was extracted.
81. There's my son now, Danny, run off to sea and his mother got him took in a draper's in Cork where he could be drawing easy money.
82. It was on one of these nights that Veronique found a quiet spot under a massive cork tree and stared up at the dark blanket of sky.
83. I like your thinking, said Mary, catching a whiff of rum escaping with the cork Father McGuire had been so swift in removing.
84. From the moment he was kicked off the ledge, his world became one of white and foaming water, spinning and tossing him like a cork.
85. Constable of Cork, have lived long in a Roman Catholic country, are certain to be deeply impressed by such a theoretical advantage.
86. There was the soft pop of a cork being ejected from the bottle, the older man calling out, Khezzy, come and see what we have here.
87. The water began to boil all around us with underwater activity and the Celestia’s Prize was rocked around like a cork in a bathtub.
88. This seminal box, located in the center of the flower, looked similar to a golden cork, with multiple fibers around of the same color.
89. We had rubbed burnt cork into our skin to blacken it and stop the whiteness showing up in the dark and we had balaclavas on our heads.
90. When the fly hits the water, loop the fly line over the second and third finger of your rod hand and hold it loosely next to the cork handle.
91. He took a bottle of white wine from the fridge, removed the cork and pouring two glasses from it, offered her one which she gratefully accepted.
92. Its top was covered with cork, and it had spring joints, a complicated mechanism, covered over by black trousers ending in a patentleather boot.
93. Its top was covered with cork, and it had spring joints, a complicated mechanism, covered over by black trousers ending in a patent-leather boot.
94. At least he got the cork out, though, and I took the plates and napkins and pizza box while he brought the wine and our glasses to the family room.
95. In the grocery under the seven-watt light, the Patrón tried to get the cork out of a pint with his mashed fingers but had to pass the bottle to Doc.
96. Enough for us and all the swans and ducks on the river, by the look of it! said Frank as he peered into the basket while struggling with the cork.
97. It could be because she's old enough, or a witch spelled her body, Zac explained as he popped the cork from the one of the bottles and handed it to her.
98. Matthews tore the foil from the neck of the bottle and briefly struggled with the cork whose release of air was completely consumed by the thunder outside.
99. Books considered the two inches of liquid left, removed and replaced the cork a couple times, but ultimately set the bottle back down without taking a swig.
100. The little girl sitting at the table was obstinately and violently battering on it with a cork, and staring aimlessly at her mother with her pitchblack eyes.
1. After corking the vase tightly down, he carried it to one of his friends, a.
2. Well that’s a damn shame, Smyth said, he is mainly responsible for me having such corking good statistics this year.
3. Mai Bell continued holding the pillow over the bucking girl, while her husband ran around the bed and picked up the bottle, quickly corking it.
4. What wonder is it if Roland was so good a knight and so valiant as everyone says he was, when, after all, he was enchanted, and nobody could kill him save by thrusting a corking pin into the sole of his foot, and he always wore shoes with seven iron soles? Though cunning devices did not avail him against Bernardo del Carpio, who knew all about them, and strangled him in his arms at Roncesvalles.
1. He then corked the hole.
2. Andrew corked the water skin.
3. She corked the bottle and stood it in a small cupboard.
4. I found a curious test-tube rack of corked vials of sand.
5. In his pocket was a bottle, carefully corked, empty save for a little.
6. At his side stood a fishing basket, corked round the top and studded with lethal-looking hooks.
7. When the bubbles stopped, he lifted the heavy bag out of the water, corked it, and put it over his shoulder.
8. Marian's will had a method of assisting itself by taking from her pocket as the afternoon wore on a pint bottle corked with white rag, from which she invited Tess to drink.
1. Corks popped and champagne spewed.
2. Popped corks, splashes of beerfroth, stacks of empties.
3. Behind the bar, Adele and Joe popped the corks on bottles of champagne.
4. It would be a mistake to write to Liege 2 for corks, and to Pau for gloves.
5. Round his neck hangs a rosary of corks ending on his breast in a corkscrew cross.
6. Just behind his eyes is a stippling pressure like the popping of a thousand champagne corks.
7. For a moment it plunged away, bringing up moist corks of sod which it spat unceremoniously into a shaking analysis bin.
8. There was a great deal of confusion and laughter and noise, the noise of orders and counter-orders, of knives and forks, of corks and glass-stoppers.
9. Its great screw-snout glittered bluely, ready to stab seventy feet deep and suck out corks of earth, deeper still with extensions into the heart of the planet.
10. With the second course, a gigantic sterlet (at sight of which Ilya Rostov blushed with self-conscious pleasure), the footmen began popping corks and filling the champagne glasses.
11. With the second course, a gigantic sterlet (at sight of which Ilyá Rostóv blushed with self-conscious pleasure), the footmen began popping corks and filling the champagne glasses.
12. Black, with his usual felicity, has illustrated this tendency, by supposing a great number of small magnetized needles, thrust through corks, so that they will float parallel to the surface of water, to be thrown promiscuously into a vessel of that fluid.
13. His first movement was to free himself by a violent push from the encircling arms of his mother, and to rush forward to the casket from whence the count had taken the phial of elixir; then, without asking permission of any one, he proceeded, in all the wilfulness of a spoiled child unaccustomed to restrain either whims or caprices, to pull the corks out of all the bottles.
14. But for now hers was simply one of the swirl of glamorous faces who drifted in and out of Joseph and Magda Goebbels’s stately home, popping the corks from champagne bottles, being feted by their host and hostess, celebrating one another and their youth and their good looks, dancing late into the night, singing, watching films, and talking of racial purity while little Hilde Goebbels lay asleep in a cradle in a darkened room upstairs.
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Heads of social organizations, institutions, the concept of a Supreme head-being: God, the making of bread by cutting off the heads of grain, the head of a bed, the head of a burning cigar or cigarette: knocked of as ashes: getting ‘ahead’, the concept of progress as the most important thing in life, competition: getting ahead of your competition, the concept of competitive elimination: ‘heads will fall’, ‘if you are not up to snuff’, snuff: sneezing your head off by taking a pinch of snuff to clear your head, giving ‘head’ sexually, warheads, bombs, firearms, bullets, artillery: any weapon that shoots something: slingshots, arrows, spears, rocks, the heading of a page, a header in grammar, the heading on a page, the heading on a sentence, the heading on a paragraph, somersaults, head-over-heels, crowns, the crowns of Corinthian pillars, pillars do not have heads: all pillars are decapitated, all segments of pillars: all decapitated columns, the idea of decapitating pillars of the community, the idea of dethroning kings, the eating of fruit like grapes, apples, etc; all edible things like coconuts, papaya,, unpeeling the head of a banana and eating it, all vegetables in the shape of a head like onions, cabbage, lettuce, the picking of leaves, the picking of fruits, the picking of beans: all drug foods the picking of spices: creating every single drug we call food, ice cream cones, all ice cream in the shape of a decapitated head, all food portions in the shape of a head, all toppings on all food, decapitated flowers, the Rose Parade: hundreds of millions of decapitated heads of flowers, all fire with flames that are decapitated, all fireworks, the crushing of spices, the picking of decapitated heads like mushrooms, eating nuts, cracking their shell, eggs, corks and bungs used to seal barrels and bottles, the tops of bottles, the sealing and taking off the tops of bottles, jars; all tools that have a head, the head of a hammer, nails, the head of a nail, pounding the head of a nail, the cutting off of the heads of large trees before decapitating them, cutting off the heads of animals to kill them and eat them, all mathematics: the counting of heads, or I’s and adding them up, the using of tools to create decapitated segments, all sports, all balls used in sports, the hitting of all balls, ping-pong, badminton, bowling, bowling pins: the decapitation of bowling pins by a bowling ball, kingpins, kings, jewelry, stickpins with diamond heads on them, canes, walking sticks with metal heads, staffs, any artifact denoting being the head of something, scepters, globes, flyswatters, turbans, musical instruments that blare out sound: decapitating it; using holes in wood and brass instruments to decapitate the natural sound into a shorter wavelength, all fretted and unfretted musical instruments, pressing on a fret to make the note shorter, like a violin or guitar, drums, drumsticks, cymbals, the heads of shoelaces, the detached mentality called the ego: decapitated and disconnected from all the other needs and energy flows of a human being, the concept of life after death as a detached form of spirit, the structure of all hierarchy, all capitalist companies and corporate bodies being ruled and controlled by detached heads of business, the capitalization of letters at the head of a word or sentence or paragraph: especially in ancient sacred Christian texts: where the first capital letter is huge, the eating of fish by decapitating them first, the use of all drugs, narcotics wine, coffee, pills: to create a disconnection between the brain and the rest of the human being, the concept of anesthesia, using drugs to numb the brain or prevent it from feeling the body’s pain, all cultures that value stoicism, macho pigs who cannot love, the concept of the hero as a stone face refusing to face the truth, refusing to feel love, refusing to feel any emotion whatsoever, refusing to cry, the stone carvings of all the ancient Kings, the decapitated carvings of all Kings on coins, the insane idea of all kings ruling by only using their decapitated heads as decapitated coins to spread their authority, all stone busts, plaster busts, the stone faces of all heroes in modern media who refuse to feel human emotion, ping-pong, the computer game: pong, King Kong: the King cut off from State: King Kong falling off the Empire State building: all the video games that are based upon decapitated heads decapitating other heads, which are all based on the old arcade pinball machines that shot decapitated heads that bounced around scoring points hitting and scoring on as many stationary targets of decapitated heads as possible, the decapitation of hair… haircuts, shaving daily, cutting your nails, the idea of assassination as a political tool, the concept of character assassination used in all human societies to cut off people who are thought too uppity or stick out too much, and do not conform… the detached form of observation that only use instruments for the eye: microscopes, telescopes, star-gazing, stamp collecting, the collections of anything from bric-a-brac to gold coins, portraits, still pictures of decapitated heads, cameos, brooches, belt buckles, shoe buckles, still photographs of decapitated heads, talking heads, heads on celluloid talking, heads on screens, moving pictures of talking heads, the idea of a leader as a talking head, all pictures on money of decapitated heads, mouthpieces, microphones, the idea of one person speaking for another, speechwriters, lawyers, politicians, amplified music coming out of a loudspeaker, amplifiers of singing-talking heads, the idea of doing nothing but talking as being the only form of social activity allowed in polite societies, the heads of shoelaces, all knots, topknots, tying hair into knots, the idea of cutting up sounds into words, into letters, into decapitated abstract symbols of meaning separated from thee body of the meaning by segmentation, all segmented forms of tool-use, all tools that segment things into decapitated heads, all decapitated forms of awareness-thinking-feeling, all forms of specialization, all segmented ways of living-doing-seeing, decapitating the natural order of things into decapitated insane pieces: decapitating a family into age groups, decapitating a community into alienated isolated individuals, all mass butchery of living animals by cutting off their heads, morse code, ticker tape, all digitalization of signals into meaningless decapitated codes, the invention of the glass tube: the first decapitated head that could mechanically receive and send energy through nerves called wires, the invention of the transistor: the first sold decapitated head that could send and receive signals, the invention of microchips: tiny decapitated heads with their own tiny brain circuits that could perform more complicated functions than the first huge glass-blown giants called vacuum tubes: because there was nothing inside them, all glass blowing, blowing up molten glass with hot air and then decapitating it to make a glass vase or bottle, all containers from bottles, jars, gourds, ladles, to pitchers and teapots with decapitated lids, all containers, chests, holding treasure, wealth, valuables, all spices and decapitated herbs, all furniture made from decapitating trees, all houses made into decapitated heads where the people living inside them only use their heads and not their hearts or bodies, the steam engine: decapitating steam to explode out in puffs of decapitated destroyed power, all wheels, all round wheels used in machines, all watches, with dials pointing at the decapitated numbers of a disconnected circle, the decapitation of all circles into wedges, pie slices, the invention of the wedge, the invention of the axe as a metal decapitated head to stick on a wooden decapitated piece of branch, all idols, all icons, all figureheads, all abstract symbols representing the head, the pinnacle, the top, the apex, the height of anything, all hierarchical awareness and structures that deem the head as the most valuable, the best, the most noble, etc; Jack-in the Box, all boxes, everything that is put into a box or container, FedEx: the obsession of transporting boxes and parcels, the song; ‘Pop goes the Weasel’, all mass-produced goods that are boxed and shipped, the detachment of specialized labor and work, the creation of holes, digging, all mining, piston heads, engine heads, everything that is called the ‘head’ of something, the froth on the top of a glass of beer,: to be blown away, the use of all zeros and ones: as in Japanese Zeros decapitating American ships, zeros and ones being created and then decapitated inside computers, the use of all zeros and ones in mathematics, scalping, the taking of heads, the shrinking of heads: which the computer microchip is the latest evolution of, ….

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