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Divulge dans une phrase (en anglais)

  1. Something urged her to divulge her name.
  2. Never divulge whether the character was.
  3. He must never divulge his work, nor cause.
  4. At that point, I decided not to divulge more.
  5. The attached letter does not divulge our evidence.

  6. We are not at liberty to divulge that information.
  7. She would never divulge what her mother said to her.
  8. She may know more than she cared to divulge to you, Notan.
  9. That's the secret we have to divulge in exchange for yours-.
  10. Umm, my mother told me to never divulge that information.
  11. Sorry, we’re under strict orders not to divulge any info.
  12. She did not divulge the slightest information about her friends.
  13. Naturally the Res authorities would not divulge any information.
  14. I’m not allowed to divulge that information, Guinan said.
  15. I have some plans about cheating death that I can only divulge to.

  16. He was trying to decide whether or not to divulge this information.
  17. Spike can be trusted, he would never divulge details to the Walf.
  18. I’m very sorry, Captain, but I can’t divulge that information.
  19. That would be a matter for your grandfather to divulge and not me.
  20. She knew she had more than a notion about what she was going to divulge.
  21. What public advertisement would divulge the occultation of the departed?
  22. He was certain that his father would never divulge the strategy to anyone.
  23. His secret was a shameful one, and he could not bring himself to divulge it.
  24. Maria glanced at him and he implored her with his eyes to divulge her secret.
  25. He thought about which things he could divulge and which things he couldn’t.

  26. At this point it was decided that he would not divulge anything about Mikhail.
  27. However, the good news is that Yahoo is a lot more willing to divulge its link.
  28. And when he’d finished, Captain Rathbone was happy to divulge his own theory.
  29. Plus you never need divulge your secret as to where you bought the merchandise.
  30. The commercial yards will not divulge this information which they quite rightly.
  31. No one wanted to divulge exact numbers, but one industrialist summed it up for me.
  32. I simply replied that we had our sources, but I was not at liberty to divulge them.
  33. Again, Leonard hesitated, he knew he couldnt divulge any information about Shao or.
  34. Grant Webber? she said, He was told not to divulge any information about that.
  35. They only reveal what suits their position and never divulge what they know but what.
  36. This is what they tell you to ask at the Chronicle? You know I can’t divulge that.
  37. His eyes would pry the information out of me quicker than I was prepared to divulge it.
  38. I only told Len about them, but he’d never divulge anything and break the confidentiality.
  39. Sandra stepped in, it just wasn’t the right time to divulge this, the court would deal with that.
  40. Why would Hamilton protect him? The killer had every reason in the World to divulge the information.
  41. For security reasons, I will not divulge which star system we are in but that is not why I am here.
  42. He could divulge only basic details and put his faith in their abilities and a good measure of luck.
  43. Alan got her to divulge that she also knew a fair amount of biochemistry and it's practical application.
  44. By the charter of the Kassikan I cannot divulge any information on this case to you until it is closed.
  45. He can’t just have me executed without knowing the gold’s new location – which I will never divulge.
  46. However, it would be unwise for me to divulge the specific details at this time, don’t you think?
  47. Origin: There is the word spill, meaning divulge, but why beans? It could have come from almost anything.
  48. Let us traverse this bridge and divulge what awaits us at its terminus, replied the Liege of Mystic Down.
  49. Besides their speech twizz, they seemed reluctant to divulge anything about the person they were trying to find.
  50. She had spoken to Tullius as soon as the Breton exited and while she did not intend to divulge too many details of DRAFT.
  51. It was not worth his life to divulge anything about the clinic to anyone without the matter being cleared by Jacob first.
  52. So which of the seven Kingdomer Nations are we headed for? I asked, in hopes that Kuri would divulge the route he was taking.
  53. Single parents usually divulge more information than usual about their finances to their kids, leading to added stress and worry.
  54. Well that might be difficult but I will try, replied Mikhail who didn’t want to divulge his secret about the false passport.
  55. He knew that once committed Mark would not divulge anything to authorities if he was a part of it as he would be signing his own fate.
  56. The jurors will be asked to believe that a fifteen-year-old girl would somehow divulge such an intimate secret to a seven-year-old boy.
  57. What he will divulge I cannot tell, but I have no doubt that your Grace could make him understand that it is to his interest to be silent.
  58. Perhaps, Feltus said hesitantly, not wanting to divulge any information at his point, especially to someone who may be considered a 234.
  59. She did not divulge its contents either to her daughters or the general, but her conduct towards the former became affectionate in the extreme.
  60. Ignoring my question, he eyed the girls cautiously, as though to warn us that he didn’t want to divulge that information in front of civilians.
  61. As quick as a flash there leaped to his mind nine Martian sounds, but as quickly faded as he answered that this was a secret he must not divulge.
  62. She told him how it had changed the course of the interview and that Rikki had been much more willing to divulge information after he had read it.
  63. I realize that it’s the dimension shifter’s way not to divulge the truth to such a dimension… but you may have to, to explain where you came from.
  64. He implied he had connections in Washington DC and that he'd actually been asked to help draft a recovery program, but he wasn't at liberty to divulge its name.
  65. You may need them to let you know if anyone is asking questions or taking an unusual interest in you – but don’t divulge your business or movements to them.
  66. People were looking to me to tell them what was going on, but I was sworn to secrecy by the FBI to now divulge anything that was discovered in the investigation.
  67. Appreciate the stories told you by others yet place no faith in a strangers boasts for as you yourself shall not divulge your true or entire story, nor shall they.
  68. For someone to pretend to be out of a war and then send killers in the night who wouldn’t even divulge their nationality was to Denise both cowardly and despicable.
  69. He did not divulge the identity of the victim, but said merely that the noblewoman who had borne the royal signet-ring had been carried away by the chief of the Afghulis.
  70. It was a secret interrogation center called Ofuna, where high-value captured men were housed in solitary confinement, starved, tormented, and tortured to divulge military secrets.
  71. He did not divulge anything about the meeting he had just concluded around the corner, but suggested they meet to discuss the murder case to see whether the committee should meet again.
  72. They will often be reluctant to divulge this information, but with patience, persistence, and a little bit of luck you can find out where the landscape supply stores you are looking for are.
  73. He's very passionate about his career and about helping those less fortunate and beyond that I don't think he sees a reason to divulge every detail of his personal life to the entire British Isle.
  74. Apart from the risk to his well-being, he may be forced by the Dire Queen and her cohorts to divulge intelligence in regard to the locations of settlements and fortresses in Coermantyr and Mystic Down.
  75. She was sent to Colditz Castle as a prisoner of war, but our own air force bombed the place to rubbles shortly afterwards, probably to avoid the possibility that she would divulge secrets to the Germans.
  76. They issued their usual press release that they had been using for the last two decades which stated that to divulge such information would compromise valuable field operatives, and that was not how they did business.
  77. The irony was that they could have both returned to the United States quickly and safely, but the price of that would have been for her to divulge to Cooper that she was a time traveler, something she just could not do.
  78. All the menials of the fort had been summoned to serve his royal guest—though he did not divulge her identity—and he stationed a squad of spearmen before her doors, among them the warrior who had guarded his own chamber.
  79. Whatever in connection with my professional practice, or not in connection with it, I may see or hear in the lives of men and women which ought not to be spoken abroad, I will not divulge, reckoning that all such should be kept secret.
  80. We must not forget that the managers had an idea at the back of their minds, all the time, that this strange incident might be an unpleasant practical joke on the part of their predecessors and that it would not do to divulge it prematurely.
  81. She didn’t have a secretary so I paid her directly, which is always awkward because basically this is the person I’m choosing to divulge my deepest, darkest secrets to and then in the end I have to pay her $200 to make up for her having to listen to me.
  82. Realising that he too would be asked to explain his involvement, he decided to contact London for advice, as he was not prepared to divulge anything that would endanger his cover – Marianne now knew about his secret life, but would keep the knowledge to herself.
  83. They cannot divulge that type of information to ANYONE other than YOU! However they can contact your employer, friends or family ONLY to try and obtain current contact information for you and that is IT! They can say they’re trying to locate you regarding a business matter which nowadays most people knows what that means.
  84. Grimes implored Mohammed never to mention him, or the Grail, The Sheikh bought his tale and not wanting to get his good friend Professor Grimes into any trouble, locked the Grail away and agreed, and gave his word, that he would never divulge anything about the grail, and gave his oath to keep his silence on the Quran and the prophet Mohammed.
  85. You are aware we have all met here accidentally (to my great joy, I must add—to my very great joy); but, though I should be the first to refuse to divulge a family secret before the strictest rules of ordinary propriety rendered such a revelation necessary, yet, as my dear guest here appears to me to have given us to understand, by covert hints and insinuations, that he is not averse to the matter becoming common property (he will forgive me if I have mistaken his intentions!)—I cannot help feeling that the prince is not only not averse, but actually desires me to make known our great family secret.
  86. They had to die! Lord Ashburn sobbed then added pleadingly as if the rest of the story was too excruciatingly painful or too secret to divulge,.
  1. No, but divulging state secrets is.
  2. Never divulging them to other living souls.
  3. She had no recollection of divulging this to anybody.
  4. Divulging the secrets of humanity's greatest sages, Isis.
  5. But I’m in love with someone else, she couldn’t help divulging.
  6. I had felt a big sigh of relief inside of me at the divulging of that information.
  7. How could she justify the need to remain in Atlanta without divulging the reason?
  8. After this divulging, the crowd seemed much fonder of Sebastian and the majority of.
  9. She decided to be as honest as she could, without divulging what she needed to keep secret.
  10. I hadn’t thought divulging something like that would have produced such a reaction from her.
  11. Without divulging his secret, Dantes could not give sufficiently clear instructions to an agent.
  12. Jack sensed his delivery was spot on, It’s about Harry but that’s all I’m divulging at this point.
  13. Or you can sleep in the cot—or, no—I have a better idea, Liv said, not divulging it, but grinning excitedly.
  14. Lansdale finally decided to simply inform the CIA by routine means, without divulging the exact source of information.
  15. She begins divulging the story of how she met Toni in the hospital as he looks at her in disbelief and extremely hurt.
  16. Four, divulging this information about its existence could start a war with the Romulans and the Klingons simultaneously.
  17. Everyone fears divulging such information and for good reason: because it would expose the financial truth about everybody.
  18. She explained that she was saving for Tyler’s education, and had a slim entertainment budget, rather than divulging her secret.
  19. Companies have been moving to Sets MM, an electronic system that involves market-makers (hence the MM) divulging their bid and offer prices.
  20. The weak spot in Andrey Antonovitch's position was that he had blundered in the first instance by divulging the secret of his novel to him.
  21. It wasn’t a feel good time and Rudolph wasn’t divulging at this stage all he knew about the yellow beetle’s entry into Clevedon Creek.
  22. He was still waiting for his fifty thousand dollars and the other favors he had been promised for divulging sensitive details about his boss.
  23. He was afraid the Catskinner might still try to stop them reaching the authorities and divulging not only his deadly plan but also his identify and the fact that he was on the island.
  24. This privilege prevents a lawyer from divulging your secrets, and should allow you to feel comfortable giving your lawyer all facts pertaining to your matter so that the best result can be obtained.
  25. From then on his manner toward me changed as though he feared that he had been surprised into divulging his great secret, and I read suspicion and fear in his looks and thoughts, though his words were still fair.
  1. When he spoke to her he divulged little.
  2. I shudder as I remember that I may have divulged too much.
  3. I divulged my ideas I’d had about the game, comic book and flyer.
  4. Oh? This has me interested, something she’s never divulged before.
  5. He never divulged the incident to anyone within his family or circle of friends.
  6. Lymeera cannot remain here, of course; the true bloodlines must be divulged.
  7. Christianity and Christ’s discourses should be divulged to the civilised world.
  8. He was shocked at how quickly he divulged this very personal thought to Nicolette.
  9. He was told that he’d be given medical care only if he divulged military secrets.
  10. The king divulged what little he knew about Illeander, which was very little indeed.
  11. I… She searched her friend’s now stern face for any hope of divulged facts.
  12. The Breton did as asked, extremely curious as to what, if anything, would be divulged.
  13. Some of the subtlest secrets of the seas seemed divulged to us in this enchanted pond.
  14. Of course, he had still not yet divulged to William his plans to become a great writer.
  15. Reviewing the conversation he had realised he had divulged much more than he had learned.
  16. He never spoke of himself, and in a conversation with Miss Norton divulged the pleasing fact.
  17. Limited information will be divulged to members of species 7 when it is deemed to be relevant.
  18. All Villefort's influence barely enabled him to stifle the secret Dantes had so nearly divulged.
  19. Everything discussed in this room is classified and may only be divulged on a need to know basis.
  20. New sensations are created, actions are renovated; discoveries are divulged, and everything is shared.
  21. You'd correct her and, before you knew what was happening, you'd divulged everything she wanted to know.
  22. Black Holes are a mysterious cosmic phenomenon, and have divulged till now little of their form and activity.
  23. Yet, when they'd finished, he had divulged everything he knew about Roger Knowles and the case he had against him.
  24. Unwittingly here a secret has been divulged, which perhaps might more properly, in set way, have been disclosed before.
  25. Or no—wasn’t the worry really that he’d now divulged to a stranger the very name he’d been trying to protect?
  26. The letter then carried on to explain that the reasons for her abduction would be divulged when she arrived at her destination.
  27. In an undertone, Jones divulged that the visitor had been on the phone since arriving, apparently talking about some business deal or other.
  28. If any information is divulged by any of our members or from interlopers then we will deal with the culprits swiftly and quietly just as we did during the War.
  29. He divulged a name to a fellow investor over lunch; by the time he was back in the office, the price had risen so much that he could not buy more and still maintain his value discipline.
  30. Now you know the true shadow government which rules, controls and manipulates the people who belong to these organizations whose every meeting is held behind closed door in secret and never divulged to the public.
  31. The worst of it was that that bullying old Pumblechook, preyed upon by a devouring curiosity to be informed of all I had seen and heard, came gaping over in his chaise-cart at tea-time, to have the details divulged to him.
  32. When pressed for an explanation, she stated that it was a private matter that the Admiral would need to deal with personally, and she would be violating confidentiality laws if she divulged any further details except directly to the Admiral.
  33. As for those who believed that their confession would never be used against them, or against others to further the interests of the church; that their secrets would never be divulged to anyone else but the one they were confessing to… history shows the proof.
  34. Thus these two correlated doctrines, of the Deity of Christ, and of our Immortal Life in Him, were so closely connected that they could not be completely divulged except in combined radiance, as complementary colors of one heavenly sunbeam of truth and godliness; and this process belonged to the later stages of the Church’s earlier life.
  35. The bidding was always brisk for the exotic goods from other regions, an air of festivity usually followed the traders arrival, not being affiliated to any tribe or political leaning the traders, as far back as anyone remembered were allowed to travel everywhere without hindrance and any information they divulged about places or people usually cost the enquirer a high price.
  36. To Master Percy Apjohn at High School in 1880 he had divulged his disbelief in the tenets of the Irish (protestant) church (to which his father Rudolf Virag (later Rudolph Bloom) had been converted from the Israelitic faith and communion in 1865 by the Society for promoting Christianity among the jews) subsequently abjured by him in favour of Roman catholicism at the epoch of and with a view to his matrimony in 1888.
  37. And then the usual denouement after the fun had gone on fast and furious he got 1190 landed into hot water and had to be spirited away by a few friends, after a strong hint to a blind horse from John Mallon of Lower Castle Yard, so as not to be made amenable under section two of the criminal law amendment act, certain names of those subpoenaed being handed in but not divulged for reasons which will occur to anyone with a pick of brains.
  38. For as the secrets of the currents in the seas have never yet been divulged, even to the most erudite research; so the hidden ways of the Sperm Whale when beneath the surface remain, in great part, unaccountable to his pursuers; and from time to time have originated the most curious and contradictory speculations regarding them, especially concerning the mystic modes whereby, after sounding to a great depth, he transports himself with such vast swiftness to the most widely distant points.
  39. Soon I was to fulfil my boy-hood dream and become a warrior, to accomplish this I would have to complete my coming of age test, a test that was kept secret until divulged by the high priest, a task ordained by the gods would be the rite of passage undertaken by all Tolteca boys in their thirteenth summer, a successful rite of passage was rewarded with the recipient receiving his badge of manhood, the butterfly breast plate, without which you would never become a man, he was also allowed to wear the triangular shaped skirt of the warrior, every boy’s dream.
  40. Queen’s subjects, and had the details of his malady been divulged,.
  1. AS SPEED APPROACHES infinity, time and space begin to skew, and what once seemed knowable divulges a deeper strangeness.

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