# Angle numa frase em (in ingles)

- The
**angle**in a barrel-. - From the
**angle**that the. - Slice the top at an
**angle**. **Angle**bait beneath the trap.- The casino's dug the
**angle**. - What
**angle**was he playing? - This
**angle**is referred to. - A new
**angle**that might work. - You know we cover every
**angle**. - What then could his
**angle**be? - Increase the
**angle**of the wedge. - The wall was at a strange
**angle**. - Tony, absent, working his
**angle**. - Decrease the
**angle**of the wedge. - It wasn’t visible at our
**angle**. - I had no idea this
**angle**existed. - As the
**angle**along with distance. - Most of the hits were on an
**angle**. - Does she offer us an
**angle**? - But always keep in mind, the
**angle**. - They approached him from every
**angle**. - This creates a 45°
**angle**on a chart. - Martin was handsome from every
**angle**. - Increase the
**angle**of the tilt table. - The
**angle**of ascent of your legs and. - She needed another
**angle**and quickly. - Then, each in an
**angle**of the great. - Perhaps there was an
**angle**there for. - His leg was bent at an awkward
**angle**. - Raise up at the same
**angle**as before. - Climbing now at twenty degree
**angle**. - His mind drifted off on another
**angle**. - B: So he stabbed you? The
**angle**is—. - Then she changes the
**angle**of her grip. - Increase the
**angle**Hold for __ minutes. - Judy was such a huge Steven
**Angle**fan. - The
**angle**was important for the ladder. - His head cocked slowly, at an odd
**angle**. - The city, from this
**angle**, was so small. - His left arm was hanging at a bad
**angle**. - He tried hitting it at a different
**angle**. - The tension rises according to the
**angle**. - Maybe it was just the
**angle**I saw them at. - That's what it looked like from out
**angle**. - Lets try this plan from a different
**angle**. - The money
**angle**might come later, not now. - I observed it from the
**angle**of the window. - It’s a right
**angle**in a pressure vessel. - And try to figure out the Ukrainian
**angle**. - As he inspected each
**angle**, each sparkly. - Show them that they can
**angle**the hips in. - The boat was leaning over at a crazy
**angle**. - Install them at a 45 degree
**angle**or lower. - From this
**angle**we could not see all of it. - All he needed to do was get a better
**angle**. - There is something curious about that
**angle**. - That’s at an
**angle**, Jonny was saying. - Stop the car at an
**angle**, I told Josh. - From this
**angle**it looked quite impregnable. - Unsure how to keep investigating this
**angle**. - However, I think I have an
**angle**on that. - From this
**angle**I can’t see past his head. - Chaplin
**angle**sewn up and Hermann and I will. - He came to a steep bluff at a 70-degree
**angle**. - My knee twists in a painful and awkward
**angle**. - Stuck up over their heads, tilted at an
**angle**. - The steeper the
**angle**, the stronger the trend. - Frustrated, Von Braun came up with a new
**angle**. - I’ve never thought about it from that
**angle**. **Angle**, (cast): Stretching nets upon the waters.- She couldn’t see the Map Room from her
**angle**. - But the photo was taken from a different
**angle**. - It had been her
**angle**that put Lindsay onto him. - The helicopter struck the street on a side
**angle**. - It seemed to catch the sunrays from every
**angle**. - She knew he had an
**angle**for every word he said. - His m
**angle**d legs were bent at a grotesque**angle**. - Sue from this
**angle**than with the 69 position. - Kyle raised his eyebrow, What's his
**angle**? - Each band of colour occurs at a particular
**angle**. - I put it on at a slight
**angle**the way I liked it. - Okay, then, let me go at it from another
**angle**. - Sheer quantity won't turn this into a news
**angle**. - Brooke kept tilting it back to the correct
**angle**. **Angle**? Why does there have to be an**angle**?- Increase the
**angle**of the tilt sessions per week. - The magnification and
**angle**of view switched over. - There was a desk at an
**angle**in one corner with. - Contradictions attacked his mind from every
**angle**. - The terrorist
**angle**is the most we have right now. - Someone figure out who he is and what his
**angle**is. - His head is bowed, sharpening the
**angle**of his chin. - Well, now you are here, put the pot on the
**angle**. - The shape and
**angle**of the eye help determine the. - A fragment of the ground erects at a 45 degree
**angle**. - I had the opportunity to see from a different
**angle**. - Does that mean that
**angle**of gradient , in case of. - Living seems pointless, when viewed from this
**angle**. - Elbows in a forty five degree
**angle**in the sides of. - People with guns started to show up from every
**angle**.

- Mamma said she was
**angling**for you. - Two boys were
**angling**in the shade of a willow-tree. - Just leaning, or
**angling**, without any other turning. - Bending down and
**angling**his shoulder he made his way through. - He checked the rear-view mirror,
**angling**it until it was just right. - Unfortunately, Justin doesn’t have as much time for
**angling**anymore. - I stand tall, even
**angling**out a bit over the abyss, bracing against the. - That there, the
**angling**of the antenna, is how I’ll know if it linked up. - Let’s go this way, he said,
**angling**himself in the opposite direction. - Entering the Cook-house, with its dusty beams of sunlight
**angling**through the. **Angling**toward the wall of punk trees, JY stopped as if hitting an unseen wall.- Alice lay in a broken, grotesque, pallid gesturing and
**angling**of her thin body. - Someone else had a camera and was
**angling**for various shots of the sea creatures. - Under the cover of fire, one of the shooters stalks along a path
**angling**toward her. - Finally Sebastian stood before the two women,
**angling**the two cups so that the coffee. - The credentials he gave me would work nicely, but I was still
**angling**for the real stuff. - Not until he’s touching her, hand on her arm,
**angling**himself so that he’s before her. - When upon departing for a last
**angling**adventure the next morning I was interviewed by Mr. - Dal forced herself to bank away,
**angling**back toward the forest that climbed the steep slopes. - He flipped it open,
**angling**the thin blade until it bit into the skin at the base of her throat. - I am not
**angling**for fish, he said as he reached into his bag of bait and produced a plump worm. - Surprised, he tried again, this time
**angling**it lower so it would fly farther away across the water. - Shifting his position, he bent her arm,
**angling**it until her shoulder was close to popping out of socket. **Angling**his head to the left, Hadarah turned her gaze that way, and was greeted with the sight of a truck.- Sergey Ivanovitch was fond of
**angling**, and was, it seemed, proud of being able to care for such a stupid occupation. - Harry returned to Clive House, fetched his
**angling**gear and found a comfortable shoal in the Arrow river to wet his line. - However, on this occasion he was almost cordial, and that told me that he was in a desperate situation and was
**angling**for our help. - Marcos sat back in his chair,
**angling**it slightly, so he could watch the show while he waited for the man to come back with his money. - Other reporters were shouting questions, closing in,
**angling**microphones and cameras toward my brother as the wet wind blew around him. - Voices coming from her right caught her ear,
**angling**her head so that it was easier to listen she did her best to quiet down on the inside. - Still another use of the treadmill for runners is to use them to train for faster speeds, say, if you are
**angling**to enter in your local 5K run. - He could never be inveigled into personal conversations, try though she might, but now with no
**angling**on her part, he was talking about kissing. - Then his mouth is on mine like he's starving for me and I gasp when he wraps a hand in my hair and tugs,
**angling**my head exactly how he wants it. - Harry excused himself, saying only that Kaitlyn wished for Chloe to instruct her in the art of
**angling**and that he'd been conscripted for the first go. - With a true growl he crossed the room and was in front of me, faster than any human, his left hand under my chin,
**angling**my head so that my neck was exposed. - Alice lay in a broken, grotesque, pallid gesturing and
**angling**of her thin body, at the bottom of the stairs, like a crumpled doll that doesn't want to play any more, ever. - Alice lay in a broken, grotesque, pallid gesturing and
**angling**of her thin body, at the bottom of the stairs, like a crumpled doll that doesn’t want to play any more, ever. **Angling**the heel of his hand, he massaged at his shiny forehead, then ran his fingers across his thinning, short-cropped stand of salt-and-pepper hair and down his tight neck.- Passing the spot where the ducks flew up, Joe Billie worked his way into the wind always
**angling**towards his back-trail; Grandfather‘s warclub as well as his senses were on red alert. - Madame says, Really, Harold, it’s gloomy as a graveyard in here, but Marie-Laure ventures a bit farther, the soles of her shoes slipping, the floor
**angling**down, and then her shoes touch water. - She found that he would give her anything she desired, answer any question she asked as long as she was forthright, and refuse her anything she attempted to gain by indirection, hints and feminine
**angling**. - She'd worked there so often she could compensate for some flaws and idiosyncrasies of the masks by clever twists and
**angling**of the paint gun at the right points, and acted as a second inspector in catching poorly molded parts. - The French and Spanish had long been
**angling**to take the kingdom over, and in the fuss that followed the German Kaiser’s interference in Morocco back in 1905 (see Chapter 3) the two countries agreed to divide the country between them. - It was on one such occasion during this last mentioned avocation, that two visiting gentlemen who had arrived only that morning, accompanied by a third---one of the bachelors staying at the Lodges---happened into Hasting's Equipment Store to peruse his stock of
**angling**tackle. - As long as he had enough cash in his pocket to put petrol in his rather sparkly cabriolet and to fund his passion for
**angling**, he simply didn’t have a care in the world, and so things progressed for nearly two years until his wife made an announcement over breakfast one morning. - On the narrow Augesd Dam where for so many years the old miller had been accustomed to sit in his tasseled cap peacefully
**angling**, while his grandson, with shirt sleeves rolled up, handled the floundering silvery fish in the watering can, on that dam over which for so many years Moravians in shaggy caps and blue jackets had peacefully driven their two-horse carts loaded with wheat and had returned dusty with flour whitening their carts—on that narrow dam amid the wagons and the cannon, under the horses’ hoofs and between the wagon wheels, men disfigured by fear of death now crowded together, crushing one another, dying, stepping over the dying and killing one another, only to move on a few steps and be killed themselves in the same way.

- As he
**angled**his head. - Was
**angled**in one corner. - Their path
**angled**up sharply. - The front steps were
**angled**. - He
**angled**a sardonic ebony brow. - I then
**angled**my head with my. - He
**angled**his head in consideration. - He
**angled**it down with one fingertip. - The
**angled**uprights are actually 200. - I had my truck
**angled**in such a way. - Morgan? He
**angled**his chin toward me. - An
**angled**sheet of gold remained in the. - He
**angled**his head back and out of range. - She
**angled**her head, listening to the music. - They
**angled**him through the door and Stein. - Then I
**angled**my head to the other side again. - She ducked the blade and
**angled**into his body. - Hope’s nose seemed to be
**angled**slightly higher. - It seemed to Libby as she
**angled**a glance at her. - Not unlike and airplane wing
**angled**in the sky, I. - The policeman
**angled**down the top of the first file. - He
**angled**his head to study the face of the deceased. - I weaved into it and
**angled**us down the center divider. - The car throttled past and
**angled**in, bumping the curb. - There are
**angled**paths where the sun glints and shadows. - Libby, her chin
**angled**defiantly, tilted her head back to. - It came loose, and at last, he
**angled**it the way he wanted. - Keeping to the shadows, Amaranthe
**angled**around the smelter. - The ship came into orbit and
**angled**away from the Enterprise. - The walls
**angled**inward to a small non-skid, metallic floor. - The next thing I measured was the length of the
**angled**rods. - High cheekbones
**angled**themselves to a soft, long, thin nose. - High cheekbones were accentuated by sharply
**angled**sideburns. - Tyburn Mcleary
**angled**his head into the shaft of sunlight and. - Marie was
**angled**so that a shadow from a rafter above cloaked. - My body on its own
**angled**towards the ever encroaching forests. - Instead, as though anticipating my actions, they had
**angled**east. - Ariel lay in wait over her while the sun
**angled**towards afternoon. - Kyle
**angled**himself away from the street and opened his own jacket. - Now that the lid
**angled**, they were perfect steps into a lower tomb. - He then looked at its
**angled**panel, which was not visible to Scott. - Then release the arms to the floor,
**angled**evenly relative to the. - Cardiff
**angled**his head in Domnash’s direction just as the shape-. - Burt
**angled**his head in acknowledgment and took Cam’s offered hand. - Then release the arms to the floor,
**angled**evenly relative to the mid-. **Angled**at forty-five degrees, because it capped a staircase, presumably.- Instead he
**angled**head-down into the crowd, trying not to be recognized. - Finding the corral empty, Enrique
**angled**off towards the road, running. - Use an up and down motion or a 45°
**angled**up and down motion with the. - She
**angled**the Ford off the road and drove into the thick stand of trees. - Zeke lightly touched the
**angled**uprights to see if they were getting hot. - With a light pressure on the reins, he
**angled**Camellia a hair to his right. - She nodded to two brocade chairs strategically
**angled**in front of the desk. - Release both legs, softening the groins, and see that the legs are
**angled**. - Between the others, only the wagon tongues,
**angled**high, acted as barriers. - Their table is
**angled**in a corner of the cafe, with a clear view of the exit. - The wheels rested on rails that led out of the cave and then
**angled**skywards. - Yuki poked Gaines with her elbow and
**angled**her chin toward the defense table. - The left one was
**angled**in the direction of the woman’s head and the right. - He sat as far as the desk would alow, though his face was
**angled**towards mine. - Not
**angled**this time, but set down flat in the floor, and cemented all around. - The trooper ran to it, looking down the
**angled**shoot at the laundry cart below. - I’m
**angled**across his lap again so that my torso rests on the bed beside him. - Instead, he pulled in front and
**angled**his car so that the Tesla was blocked in. - But she had
**angled**the muzzle to the left so that the round didn’t hit Robert. - Release both legs, softening the groins, and see that the legs are
**angled**evenly. - His head
**angled**down towards mine, his mouth so close that I could feel his breath. - I looked down the alley and saw that it
**angled**toward the street where I was parked. - He placed it in the firing cylinder,
**angled**between two hand rails and lit the fuse. - They were sliding down the ramp as it
**angled**down to the lake thousands of feet below. - Instinctively, I
**angled**the light so that he could see Kathleen’s exposed genitalia. - The scariest part was the first incremental bank which
**angled**thirty degrees upwards. - Sensing the problem, the ascent software
**angled**the ship into the wind to counteract it. - Twelve hundred meters approximately, with a nice
**angled**bullet flight down to the target. - Her hair was curled tossed back off her shoulders and her long legs were
**angled**so that. - I
**angled**my way around everyone else until I stood next to him as we slipped into our seats. - Double layers of even permeable cloth will help keep out rain if well
**angled**(see Camp Craft). - An immaculate head of hair
**angled**into her airspace, like a retriever nuzzling the slipstream. - Hugo assumed a determined batter’s stance and held the bat
**angled**fiercely over his shoulder. - THE VIDEO HAD been shot in a garage, the camera
**angled**at the BMW convertible with its top down. - I leaned out farther,
**angled**the flashlight, and saw liquid in the curve of some of the shards. - It was
**angled**so that he could see her face reflected in it, while he remained hidden from her. - Now it was full of an
**angled**hatch set at forty-five degrees between the back wall and the floor. - She had
**angled**herself between the front and back doors so that she would know if anyone came in. - Vedara pressed her port thrusters and their course
**angled**in toward to the denser cluster of moons. - She
**angled**out from the peaks to gaze down upon the fortress of the two-leggeds, so very far below. - He
**angled**his torch that way but saw nothing, if there was someone there he had darted out of sight. - After a quarter mile, the trail
**angled**inward into a sea of tall pines and short, vine-choked trees. - The rails that once
**angled**up and out of the cave were forced down, skewing his take off trajectory. - The rooms were
**angled**away from each other, connected by a short set of stairs and a crooked hallway. - The ceiling soared overhead, with knotty boards rising to an
**angled**peak, in a shallow upside-down V. - Gun up, she
**angled**fast through the high grass toward the near front corner of the sagging structure. - Beneath the Campaspe's silent waters the golden perch
**angled**itself up towards a broken quicksilver sky. - Too young to be out this late? I
**angled**my head, trying to see if there was anyone else in the corridor. - The foundation of one's trajectory is
**angled**and aimed by what you taught yourself to see or not see. - Norah
**angled**her head to study him, the lift of her brows indicating she’d caught his subtle flirtation. - The Baron's favorite chair was
**angled**to receive the warmth, placing his back to the entrance of the room. - Looking intrigued rather than insulted that she’d turned down his generous offer, Gerald
**angled**his head. - There were fresh magazines on
**angled**pegs, and there was a date written on the tops of the drums in pencil. - It was too
**angled**to be of much use to rest on, however it did have a protruding rocky nodule near one end.

- It's a question of
**angles**. - Chapter 50: The Sum of
**Angles**. - Drawers gaped at crazy
**angles**. - The
**angles**become more obtuse. - I saw it happen from all
**angles**. - Los
**Angles**International for $500. - A chorus of
**angles**: The amount. - He looked at cases from all
**angles**. - They turned them at various
**angles**. - He concentrates on different
**angles**. - Don’t hesitate to try new
**angles**. - His front end was all oblique
**angles**. - There will be horror from all
**angles**. - I thought I had covered all
**angles**. - Just a roll moulding at the
**angles**. - Brie was considering it from all
**angles**. - This was interesting from several
**angles**. - I have looked at all the
**angles**, plotted. - Los
**Angles**, painted on the side door panels. - You take your time, consider all the
**angles**. - His bones were twisted at impossible
**angles**. - Therefore, you should check your lie
**angles**. - His hair and eyebrows stuck out at odd
**angles**. - The
**angles**of the cameras were, according to. - The rear view of a plane is all oblique
**angles**. **Angles**had everywhere taken the place of curves.- Can you tell us the
**angles**of penetration, Dr. - He needed to master ALL of the game’s
**angles**!. - North-south will be at right
**angles**to this line. - On each level were multitudes of
**angles**, singing. - A stop-sign was skewed, its
**angles**foreshortened. - Both of his forearms are bent at nauseating
**angles**. - It did not process the limbs bent at broken
**angles**. - From certain
**angles**, it looked downright ungrateful. - He disappeared behind one of the
**angles**of the apse. - Her body twisted at odd
**angles**underneath the covers. - His thick, white hair was sticking out at wild
**angles**. - She checked out her reflection from different
**angles**. - Deltas bled off speed quickly at high
**angles**of attack. - Cut out four corner brackets (B) with 45-degree
**angles**. - The images he could still see now spun at drunken
**angles**. - His face a skull – all
**angles**and hollowed out cheeks. - Their
**angles**had prevented their seeing that particular. - Try different
**angles**while carrying your favorite chair. - Included angle – the sum of all edge
**angles**of a knife. - Rick never made a move without knowing all the
**angles**. - Thus, it is a good idea to try out different
**angles**first. - Having considered those
**angles**he turned back to the women. - The boy's face had more hard edges, and sharp
**angles**to it. - Learn about these
**angles**, so that you can improve your game. - You examine it from all
**angles**and you continue on your way. **Angles**and Casts of Crystals of Carbonate of Lime, 140, 141.- Chabouillet, secretary of the Prefecture under Comte
**Angles**. - Lengths of wood and twisted metal balanced crazy
**angles**, a. - Wider
**angles**will give greater area but shed rain less easily. - The fish change color at different
**angles**as they swim along. - No hint of beard stubble softened the hard
**angles**of his jaw. - The amount of teeth, the gullet, the hook
**angles**(the tooth. - She had spent hours getting the shadows and
**angles**just right. - It seems that Leona is burning too many candles at odd
**angles**. - That left Zara free to think about many things from new
**angles**. - Aspects: The zodiac is a circle of 360°, and the
**angles**formed. - Why had it been written that way, with the ends out at
**angles**? - She doesn’t let go of Alan, but she
**angles**herself toward Devon. - When he had turned many
**angles**in this corridor, he still listened. - She
**angles**her body toward us and folds her hands in front of her. - The wall consisted of salient and retiring
**angles**like a sawtooth. - Reflecting light from all
**angles**continues to flashes on the screen. - It deftly caught him again, its body twisting at impossible
**angles**. - Freddy watched on, his head cranking comically through crazy
**angles**. - I’ve studied the Texas problem from many
**angles**and for many years. - With the difference in viewing
**angles**we will be able to see better. - Several more photos were displayed of the ship from different
**angles**. - Brumvack’s forehead creased as he worked the
**angles**of the problem. - ARE THESE ANGELS NOW IN TARTARUS OR HELL? WHY ARE THESE
**ANGLES**USED. - He considered
**angles**which never even crossed Sir Richard's mind and. - Her braids had been cut short; they stuck out at
**angles**from her head. - We know that Heaven is where the
**angles**are, but nothing about what. - I could hear them yelling, swinging their machine guns at all
**angles**. - He was sprawled on the couch with his arms pointing out at odd
**angles**. - These are just some of many possible
**angles**that you could consider as. - They have the lost in Hell before the
**angles**that sinned will be there. - They stuck out from his head on either side at
**angles**of ninety degrees. **ANGLES**USED TO PROVE HELL? Jude 6; 2 Peter 2:4 " UNTO the judgment," not.- In that event, I predict that the household cost of water in Los
**Angles**. - Two of these crystals are often arranged at right
**angles**with each other. - We'll end up with compound
**angles**, but we can work it out as we go along. - Sure, they have some specific
**angles**, but those aren't too hard to learn. - I knew the delicious solidity of that body, the soft
**angles**of that face. - These are just a formality, but I have to follow all the
**angles**, you know. - Windows are blown out of their frames and walls are twisted at odd
**angles**. - Buildings which have since been pulled down then formed redans and
**angles**. - Also, look at the
**angles**they were shot from and the blood splatters on me. - He had no idea about what
**angles**to fire from or how to compensate for wind. - I took as many different
**angles**as I could, taking infinite pains with each. - A set of double windows at the far end was framed by the
**angles**of the roof. - Andrew could see the bumpy pitted scars and the hairs growing at odd
**angles**. - He and a number of analysts had looked at this from all the possible
**angles**. - Are these angels now in Tartarus or Hell? Why are these
**angles**used to prove. - Filled with tense writing and low camera
**angles**, this high concept drama is.