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Air numa frase em (in ingles)

Is to fil the air.
The air in the sky.
The air was so heavy.
The arm up in the air.
A scream fills the air.
Not into thin air, no.
The air had lost its.

I chose the Air Force.
I grabbed at thin air.
Were still in the air.
The air was crisp and.
The air was cool, the.
There is a C in the air.
Clean air left for you.
He waved it in the air.
The air was balmy and.
She felt it in the air.
The air was very moist.
They paid for the air.
The air that you breathe.
The air force played a.
A scream pierces the air.
A gunshot filled the air.
Air was not that thin!.
He joined the Air Force.
The air was fresher than.
The clear night air was.
The air was crystal clear.
The cries filled the air.
John Smith gasped for air.
He was snuffling the air.
Air was pumped into the.
Flying around in the air.
The air was cold and thin.
Is it the dirt in the air.
The air was bitterly cold.
Then he leapt into the air.
In the air it is the same.
The cold, fetid air will.
The scented air was still.
There he is airing his quiff.
At the time of this airing Mr.
A special bulletin was airing.
Each one was wide open and airing.
The place badly needed airing out.
The show airing was Postman Calls.
There's a towel in the airing cupboard.
And, I set about airing up the tire for the REO.
The teasers for the 6:00 news were airing on Channel 8.
They would think that he was airing his superior education.
George for airing the units out every day when they weren't in use.
The Littlefield family with Chris during the airing of Stars Earn Stripes.
BEHIND THE CRIMES had its own office area a week before it started airing.
The Discovery Channel bought the TV rights but won’t be airing it real soon.
The General Assembly has limited powers and is mostly a place for airing opinions.
He’d stashed the album at the back of the airing cupboard and wondered how Dawn had found it.
The Irish You are never so charming or so absurd as when you are airing some hypocrisy like.
You cats should keep around till two, there’s a little serving of Stew’s new project airing.
Darek spun around and flapped his arms wildly, airing out the rotten stench that clung to his skin.
Alongside it was an old airing cupboard, so the dealer ran past Max, who pressed his back to the doors.
There are a number of other episodes currently airing around the world in various languages and time.
My plan is to tie up all the loose ends, frame the complete picture and then give the big picture an airing.
No, we can’t give this thing an airing unless we find out the conspirer behind this and gather lucid proofs.
My standard approach was to say I didn’t know what was airing on the channel and that I wasn’t in the studio.
The lads were planning a disco trip that weekend so that would be when his new overcoat was given its first airing.
This includes elimination of incidental airing of candidates for non-political reasons of interest near an election.
Her once active limbs were so stiff and feeble that Jo took her for a daily airing about the house in her strong arms.
Frequent washing, airing out of rooms and clothes, and use of a deodorizing cleaning product will usually keep odor away.
Gary was not a man that felt comfortable airing his dirty washing in public, so as Gary snapped off the call he apologised.
It was unoccupied, so he set himself to brushing his dinner suit, polishing his boot tops, and airing his best linen shirt.
The old lady couldn't resist her longing to see her nephew, for she had met Laurie as she took her airing, and hearing of Mr.
At the same time the Modi programme was playing out, Aaj Tak, the leading Hindi news channel, was airing a Rahul Gandhi interview.
Airing in 212 different territories worldwide, the UK’s Top Gear (BBC) is the most widely watched factual programme on TV.
The doors to "Haji's Authentic Chinese Palace" were wide open this night, more for airing the place out than inviting customers in.
Tam, that was not winging, it was airing out your issues to somebody that was willing to listen to you, he stated, concerned.
The media has been airing and analyzing footage all day, along with information about their connection to Chaos Terrain’s videogames.
Lorentz turned around, kept silent for a moment and said, It’s a matter of National security, I’m afraid that it deserves no airing.
Just a few weeks after my yelling match on the floor of the House, mental health parity got its first serious airing on the floor of the US Senate.
He is a man who is comfortable airing his opinions, and confident that every single word that comes out of his mouth is not just correct, but fascinating.
And why is the President airing on an emergency nationally televised broadcast wearing a party hat and, over his expensive business suit, his wife’s underwear?
But it had better be aired.
The tennis match was aired on TV.
PSAs are often aired on local radio and TV.
But when the footage aired, a message was sent.
That episode originally aired over 30 years ago.
The match was later aired by TV stations across.
The interview was aired on the 27th night at 9 p.
The six o’clock newscast aired on TV that time.
Modi’s show, aired on a Saturday night at 10 p.
They can’t tell me when it is going to be aired.
She aired out most of the house before it got dark.
At 9:25, a hastily organized CNN news conference aired.
It was aired because it was and is an ineffective film.
However, when this story was being aired, a comment came in.
After the piece aired, it seemed everyone had something to say.
In addition, in the earlier interview aired a few minutes ago, Mr.
Only after the public comments had been aired would he then respond.
It first aired on nation-wide radio which ramps up the chances the.
Suppose that when the commercial is aired, it brings out the truth?
All that was made of wool or fur was taken out to be aired and beaten.
News of the Angel family scandal was aired on every channel that night.
Cory didn’t know, but he was pretty sure it would be aired this week.
Occasionally she had argued with Ashley and frankly aired her creatures.
When the special report aired, only the Sheriff, Limpy and Tim were shown.
Weeks later, when the episode aired, there was further humiliation for him.
To my utter horror, I was shown a news-clip that had been aired the previous.
The 1960 Summer Olympics were the first Olympics to be aired on television by CBS.
The adherents of this group are so vocal that their ideas are constantly being aired.
As of 18 May 2013, a total of 798 episodes of Doctor Who (BBC, UK) have been aired.
Differences were aired and Martin Lee frequently expressed his opposition to some moves.
After the story aired, Bianca and I struck up a friendship with Jason and his wife, Kori.
Two days after ABC News aired this particular programme, something extraordinary happened.
We went ahead and aired the programme that night but ensured we edited out any personal attacks.
The broadcast wasn’t aired in America, but in the town of Claremont, South Africa, a man named E.
As soon as the story aired, I got an email from Ben saying the writing seemed flat and unimaginative.
And it had not been aired apparently since she went away, and it was heavy and choked with kitchen smell.
She demurred at first but I insisted and told her there were explanations to be aired and she smiled and.
Is There no Truth in Beauty TOS episode 62, written by Jean Lisette Aroeste, and aired first in 1968.
Bartholomew a propos of a grant of one hundred francs to the church, and denounced abuses, aired new views.
High society folks, like themselves, don’t appreciate having their dirty laundry aired out for all to see.
I know from whence the airs have blown.
In fact he gave himself insufferable airs.
Leather when the series airs on TNT in 2012.
Finally he spoke with powerlessness airs:.
Airs romped round him, nipping and eager airs.
Airs of desperation and scourge that had seemed.
She put on airs that would have made her a star in.
During that fortnight I had given myself great airs.
Always having airs, pretending you’re something better.
The Lembkes are really giving themselves unbearable airs.
They wore eccentric clothes, smoked pipes, and took on airs.
There followed friendly jokes, winking, little airs and graces.
There are some even who give themselves airs in this extremity.
Rami, with his supercilious airs was both victim and victimizer.
He was natural—natural as devoid of all cant and affected airs.
He was tired of Toad, and his sulks and his airs and his meanness.
Kathleen played a selection of Irish airs which was generously applauded.
Her aunts are here; but they do nothing but sigh and give themselves airs.
Would you like a bite of something? None of your damned lawdeedaw airs here.
In this way, Raoul learned to love the same airs that had charmed Christine's.
That’s why Nerissa played Smyrnan airs between her weaving and the bedchamber.
MacIntosh gave herself a lot of airs and said as how her husband had put in a.
But wouldn’t it be cool if they were real!? he put on airs of excitement.
Foreign airs of reality finally commenced to wafting through the atmosphere toward her.
I pity the poor husband, that little officer who gives himself the airs of a monarch.
They passed for being intelligent and full of cunning, and gave themselves very great airs.
Their dark withered plumes bent and tossed in the light cold airs, hissing softly and sadly.
Do you know, you are a terrible chap for all your innocent airs, continued the vicomte.
She taught little Natasha to dance, to play the piano, to put on the airs and graces of a little lady.
In light airs like this it was as if she were dragging an anchor astern of her, and the clock was ticking.
Ned, being in college, of course put on all the airs which freshmen think it their bounden duty to assume.
The musicians were paid to play, and they again took up the instruments, and again played gay or mournful airs.
Trumbull having all those less frivolous airs and gestures which distinguish the predominant races of the north.
I was always a lover of equality, brother, and I can't bear to see people give themselves airs without any right.
As he grew older he cut an increasingly seductive figure despite his simplicity and lack of airs of a glamour boy.
I want you to whistle to my bullfinches; as I cannot see them, I like to hear them, and we teach 'em airs that way.
Don't like him, he puts on airs, snubs his sisters, worries his father, a nd doesn't speak respectfully of his mother.
However he tried to put on airs, he could never entirely rid himself of the appearance of the petty thief and speed addict.
All these Cossacks were privates, and although the cornet assumed the airs of a commanding officer, they only obeyed Lukashka.

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