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Vestige dans une phrase (en anglais)

  1. Not a vestige of the.
  2. Nor gold a vestige leave behind.
  3. Vestige of honour for the mother.
  4. Not a vestige of the anti-Christian.
  5. Every last vestige of hope in his heart.

  6. I have not yet seen the vestige of a clue.
  7. It is but a relic, a vestige, an emblem, a.
  8. Not a vestige of truth in it, I can safely say.
  9. It did not show, not a vestige of it, on his face.
  10. He sneered in spite of his waning vestige of confidence.
  11. It is but a relic, a vestige, an emblem, a lingering trace of the.
  12. She was not wearing a vestige of make-up and, in truth, did not need it.
  13. Not a vestige of the anti-Christian forces were left; the destruction was.
  14. His feet were still held by the last vestige of their electromagnetic force.
  15. He has saved me often against myself, and left me not a vestige of independence.

  16. It was tempting to join them but my last vestige of pride resisted such a notion.
  17. Critical faculties suspended in favour of grasping for that last vestige of hope.
  18. The last vestige of the once second most powerful of the three kingdoms of Assoria.
  19. Not a vestige of the anti-Christian forces were left; THE DESTRUCTION WAS COMPLETE.
  20. Not a vestige of the anti-Christian forces were left; the destruction was complete.
  21. He went on speaking until every vestige of anger and disappointment was blotted out.
  22. After Stalin died, Khrushchev tried to destroy every vestige of Stalin ever existing.
  23. The mention of Levin's name seemed to deprive Kitty of the last vestige of self-control.
  24. The mention of Levin’s name seemed to deprive Kitty of the last vestige of self-control.
  25. Elise shivered and all vestige of survival abandoned her as the shroud of mortality descended.

  26. But I fear you no longer; you have strained out the last vestige of hope, fright and shame from me.
  27. The search for bodies will not be abandoned until not a vestige of hope remains for any more recoveries.
  28. Every vestige of clothing was torn from him, and the merciless blows fell upon his bare and quivering flesh.
  29. It is but a relic, a vestige, an emblem, a lingering trace of the passing, the drifting aftermath that remains.
  30. More tears fell unchecked, but they were more out of a sense of hopeful rebirth than out of any vestige of sorrow.
  31. She could flirt for social advantage, but Alan never saw any evidence that any vestige of a libido had matured in her.
  32. He was lost, astray in a strange house where nothing and no one now stirred in him the slightest vestige of affection.
  33. Truthfully, I wore the necklace more out of a desired connection with my mother than I did out of any vestige of faith.
  34. That strange declaration of his made me think for a while, as I felt it contained a vestige of truth -I can't say what exactly.
  35. Could it be a vestige of some human instinct come back from an ancient forbear to haunt him with the horror of his people's ways!.
  36. He was so deadly pale--which had not been the case when they went in together--that no vestige of colour was to be seen in his face.
  37. What was it that seemed to freeze her tongue now? Was it still some vestige of the old fear under which she had been held so long?
  38. And, if they did ask him, would he blurt out what he suspected? Or would some vestige of paternal feeling cause him to protect her?
  39. Any vestige of individuality, free enterprise, competition, creativity, or imagination is to be battered right out of these kids’ heads.
  40. As of year-end 2002, there were only seven remaining warrant issues on the New York Stock Exchange—only the ghostly vestige of a market.
  41. Perhaps some vestige of good in Amnon caused him to hate what he had done, and he projected that hate onto Tamar, the object of his villainy.
  42. In fact, Reagan even suggests that Great Britain relinquish its claims to the Falklands, seeing the islands as a vestige of Britain’s colonial past.
  43. It is but a relic, a vestige, an emblem, a lingering trace of the passing, the drifting aftermath that remains from AN OBJECT THAT HAS BEEN DESTROYED.
  44. A vestige of these sensations clung to her as she recovered consciousness; so she cried out and clutched wildly as though to stay a headlong and involuntary flight.
  45. They were sitting at either end of the couch looking at each other as if some question had been asked or was in the air, and every vestige of embarrassment was gone.
  46. No trace or vestige of the expense of the latter would remain, and the effects of ten or twenty years' profusion would be as completely annihilated as if they had never existed.
  47. Deeper it goes, and deeper, into the wilderness, less plainly to be seen at every step; until, some few miles hence, the yellow leaves will show no vestige of the white man's tread.
  48. Something deep in the core of her being, some last vestige of herself, told her to hold on to the nothingness, to cling to it, that it was safer, preferable to what might await her.
  49. No vestige now remains of the great wealth said to have been possessed by the greater part of the Hanse Towns, except in the obscure histories of the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries.
  50. Workers have already cleaned out his files, removing every vestige of the Reagan presidency from the Oval Office, right down to the jar of jellybeans he always keeps within arm’s reach.
  51. Of the fine Roman wall which bounded the property, and with it the bastion-tower, with its courses of brick at regular intervals, and its deeply-splayed windows, not a vestige now remains.
  52. Soccer team rosters, citations at the end of journals, introductions at faculty meetings—always they seem to her some vestige of the prison lists that never contained her father’s name.
  53. For if he had had a vestige, would it not have prevented his launching into an irreverent conversation with a lady who was not only a stranger, but the wife of a prelate of the Church of England?'.
  54. As she came walking in, looking very tired but as composed as ever, she observed that every vestige of the unfortunate fete had disappeared, except a suspicious pucker about the corners of Jo's mouth.
  55. Venus Verdi Violet Vanessa villain vector valor vitamin vestige vortex vault vine virus vial vermin vellum venom veil, suddenly parting as easily as a vaporous curtain signaling the beginning of a dream.
  56. The following Tuesday, when Florentino Ariza was placing the rose in the vase, she examined her conscience and discovered to her joy that not a vestige of resentment was left over from the previous week.
  57. As night advanced I placed a variety of combustibles around the cottage, and after having destroyed every vestige of cultivation in the garden, I waited with forced impatience until the moon had sunk to commence my operations.
  58. Albert seized them with a convulsive hand, tore them in pieces, and trembling lest the least vestige should escape and one day appear to confront him, he approached the wax-light, always kept burning for cigars, and burned every fragment.
  59. The associates of Jesus little understood why their new-found teacher was so concerned with completely destroying every vestige of his writing which remained about the home in the form of the ten commandments and other mottoes and sayings.
  60. No, sir, it is not possible that an American Congress does exist, or can ever exist, that would not spurn from themselves every vestige of an idea that they could be brought, under any circumstances, to perform so degrading and dishonorable a task.
  61. I say nothing of judges and jurymen, who condemn men to death, nor of troops, who slaughter thousands without a vestige of remorse, because they are told that they are not in the position of ordinary men, but are jurymen, judges, generals, soldiers.
  62. A very few moments after that, a young woman, with a slight girlish form, a sweet spare face in which there was no vestige of colour, and large widely opened patient eyes, rose from the seat where he had observed her sitting, and came to speak to him.
  63. Their interests in the Northwest were different than the rest of the continent, their front door was on the Pacific Ocean, and as the last vestige of primary industry, and they felt more allegiance to each other than to the major countries "back east".
  64. The last brought back a message that Nastasia was surrounded by a whole army of dressmakers and maids, and was as happy and as busy as such a beauty should be on her wedding morning, and that there was not a vestige of yesterday’s agitation remaining.
  65. He conjured the House to cling to the old non-importation act as the last vestige and symbol of resistance to British oppression; but the House was deaf to his call, and the non-importation act was plunged beneath the wave, never, I trust, to rise again.
  66. Magua had so artfully blended the natural sympathies with the religious superstition of his auditors, that their minds, already prepared by custom to sacrifice a victim to the manes of their countrymen, lost every vestige of humanity in a wish for revenge.
  67. Furthermore, you are now to consider that only in the extreme, lower, backward sloping part of the front of the head, is there the slightest vestige of bone; and not till you get near twenty feet from the forehead do you come to the full cranial development.
  68. In the manner of one with long hours before him, he began his history; but after a few incoherent words he jumped to the conclusion, which was that having ceased to believe in God Almighty, he had lost every vestige of morality, and had gone so far as to commit a theft.
  69. In spite of all these encouragements, almost all those different companies, both great and small, lost either the whole or the greater part of their capitals; scarce a vestige now remains of any of them, and the white-herring fishery is now entirely, or almost entirely, carried on by private adventurers.
  70. 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.
  71. While Rome was content with her ancient boundaries, her inhabitants were blessed with freedom; but, afterwards, jealousies, tumults, insurrections, and seditions, and those two great plagues and scourges of mankind—anarchy and tyranny—following in the train, destroyed every vestige of liberty among that people.
  72. The lightning is not quicker than was the flame from the rifle of Hawkeye; the limbs of the victim trembled and contracted, the head fell to the bosom, and the body parted the foaming waters like lead, when the element closed above it, in its ceaseless velocity, and every vestige of the unhappy Huron was lost forever.
  73. Though every vestige of her dress was burnt, as they told me, she still hadsomething of her old ghastly bridal appearance; for, they had covered her to the throat with white cotton-wool, and as she lay with a white sheet loosely overlying that, the phantom air of something that had been and was changed was still upon her.
  74. The spirit of Hampden was preeminently the English spirit—the spirit which has given distinction to the Anglo-Saxon race—and he and Shakespeare were contemporaries, and yet of this spirit not a vestige is to be found in the English historical plays and no opportunities lost to obliterate or distort its manifestations.
  75. After an organ has ceased being used, and has become in consequence much reduced, how can it be still further reduced in size until the merest vestige is left; and how can it be finally quite obliterated? It is scarcely possible that disuse can go on producing any further effect after the organ has once been rendered functionless.
  76. The brocades and flowered silks which the eighteenth century had revelled in, and if in England not strong enough artistically to produce them itself, had brought into England from other lands;—these were replaced by the dismal things I have alluded to, and no vestige of them seems to have remained in the parlors of that unhappy time.
  77. We have plenty of cases of rudimentary organs in our domestic productions, as the stump of a tail in tailless breeds, the vestige of an ear in earless breeds of sheep—the reappearance of minute dangling horns in hornless breeds of cattle, more especially, according to Youatt, in young animals—and the state of the whole flower in the cauliflower.
  78. Would he not one day make you pay for keeping this terrible secret? Would it not be a sweet revenge for him when he found that I had not died from the blow of his dagger? It was therefore necessary, before everything else, and at all risks, that I should cause all traces of the past to disappear—that I should destroy every material vestige; too much reality would always remain in my recollection.
  79. Mr Bloom and Stephen entered the cabman's shelter, an unpretentious wooden structure, where, prior to then, he had rarely if ever been before, the former having previously whispered to the latter a few hints anent the keeper of it said to be the once famous Skin-the-Goat Fitzharris, the invincible, though he could not vouch for the actual facts which quite possibly there was not one vestige of truth in.
  80. Madame Homais was very fond of these small, heavy turban-shaped loaves, that are eaten in Lent with salt butter; a last vestige of Gothic food that goes back, perhaps, to the time of the Crusades, and with which the robust Normans gorged themselves of yore, fancying they saw on the table, in the light of the yellow torches, between tankards of hippocras and huge boars' heads, the heads of Saracens to be devoured.
  81. When all shall have contemplated the noble creature, vestige of some epoch already damned, some indifferently, for they will not have had strength to understand, but others, broken-hearted, and with eyelids wet with tears of resignation, will look at each other; while the poets of those times, feeling their dim eyes rekindled, will make their way toward their lamp, their brain for an instant drunk with confused glory, haunted by Rhythm, and forgetful that they exist at an epoch which has survived beauty.
  82. He quivered as he pointed at me with one bony finger his voice cracking with age, Now! Now you bring back my cup of eternal youth! What good does she do me now! I see that you’re enjoying her for yourself wretched fool! You’ve stripped me of all my hard won possessions! Assoria was mine! You killed my babies! The army that would have defeated any army ever made on the field of battle, but no! You couldn’t play by the rules! You used technology against me to do what? Protect people little better than cattle long overdue for the slaughterhouse! You drained me of my last vestige of power! You’ve taken everything from me!.
  83. Nor is it consistent with itself: thus the boa-constrictor has rudiments of hind limbs and of a pelvis, and if it be said that these bones have been retained "to complete the scheme of nature," why, as Professor Weismann asks, have they not been retained by other snakes, which do not possess even a vestige of these same bones? What would be thought of an astronomer who maintained that the satellites revolve in elliptic courses round their planets "for the sake of symmetry," because the planets thus revolve round the sun? An eminent physiologist accounts for the presence of rudimentary organs, by supposing that they serve to excrete matter in excess, or matter injurious to the system; but can we suppose that the minute papilla, which often represents the pistil in male flowers, and which is formed of mere cellular tissue, can thus act? Can we suppose that rudimentary teeth, which are subsequently absorbed, are beneficial to the rapidly growing embryonic calf by removing matter so precious as phosphate of lime? When a man's fingers have been amputated, imperfect nails have been known to appear on the stumps, and I could as soon believe that these vestiges of nails are developed in order to excrete horny matter, as that the rudimentary nails on the fin of the manatee have been developed for this same purpose.

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