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Changeable numa frase em (in ingles)

  1. These properties are changeable.
  2. He was changeable, and intense and cruel.
  3. M: Only the changeable can be thought of and talked about.
  4. It is only when you are satiated with the changeable and.
  5. Borders of thin bodies are rather amorphous and changeable.

  6. Blast his father’s blood-he is too changeable, too unpredictable.
  7. The world-tree does not have a firm existence because it is changeable.
  8. Strictly keeping out all allurements that tempt the changeable and rest-.
  9. As the aggregate dissonance of the changeable scale is calculated on the same principles, in Prop.
  10. Furthermore, future frame sets are highly fluid and changeable; thereby the future is not static, and.
  11. They have changeable blades and as long as you do not hit any nails with them, they will stay sharp awhile.
  12. In family and domestic matters Aquarians can have a tendency to be too non-conformist, changeable and unstable.
  13. While I lived with her I was only charmed with her while she was pretty, then I began to be moody and changeable.
  14. He sheathed it and stood upon the boulders, snarling at the ever changeable waters and then at the struggling sun.
  15. His wife’s moods had been as changeable as the weather of late, and her tongue as cutting as the worst winter winds.

  16. The furniture itself was changeable, but usually plush, overstuffed, leather and caught you wherever you threw yourself.
  17. How am I to know what role God had ordained for Suresh in his latter-day life? After all, he is so young and thus changeable.
  18. They lay within the Rays of Hope as countermeasures to each past locked into place by consciousness yet changeable upon review.
  19. And yet again Ents are more like Men, more changeable than Elves are, and quicker at taking the colour of the outside, you might say.
  20. Kan tends to be variable in its thinking – not so much indecisive as mutable; changeable; fickle; it is also rather short-tempered and impatient.
  21. How long that this excess flooding process went on isn’t as important as the changeable weather patterns that would have inevitably accompanied it.
  22. It was true he was all smiles now, and was promising to buy them new shrimping-nets, and a raft for themselves— but he was such a changeable person.
  23. The best scheme of temperament for the changeable scale, on supposition that all the concords were of equally frequent occurrence, is investigated in Prop.
  24. Christine had shown herself to be a very changeable person over the years, including the way she fought for custody so hard and then gave it up just as quickly.
  25. To determine that system of temperaments for the concords of the changeable scale, which will render it, including every consideration, the most harmonious possible.

  26. Of course, you yourself don’t (that is, your Self-Consciousness that precisely records your changeable psychic states doesn’t) move anywhere to get to that new point.
  27. I updated the program weekly with paper costs, labour costs – any changeable data, and I could then tell you in a few seconds which process was most economical for any given job.
  28. Were only 4 degrees to the octave, furnishing the instrument with 5 sharps and 4 flats, thus rendered changeable, there is little music which could not be correctly executed upon it.
  29. It is the things that are changeable which seem to require adaptations of these tried-and-true prescriptions that have given rise to the saying, that the devil is in the details!.
  30. She was six years older than her brother and would have been extremely like him had it not been for the dull and coarsely changeable expression (common to all deaf and dumb people) of her face.
  31. The black vinyl sign, which was glass-encased and displaying white changeable letters outside of Transfiguration Roman Catholic Church, announced its information in Cantonese, Mandarin, and English.
  32. We forget that the manager acquires his powers through a constant relation with his interlocutors and in relation to this dynamic, quick and changeable relationship, he must continuously adapt his attitude.
  33. What is the age of the soul of man? As she hath the virtue of the chameleon to change her hue at every new approach, to be gay with the merry and mournful with the downcast, so too is her age changeable as her mood.
  34. The world having become more changeable, this precept might be modestly updated, to wit: the more volatile a firm’s earnings, the more cautious one should be in estimating its future and the further back into its past one should look.
  35. The harmony of the IIIds and 3ds in any of the foregoing systems for the changeable scale is so much finer than it can possibly be in the common Douzeave, that it seems highly desirable that this scale should be introduced into general use.
  36. On one occasion she bade me go and challenge the famous giantess of Seville, La Giralda by name, who is as mighty and strong as if made of brass, and though never stirring from one spot, is the most restless and changeable woman in the world.
  37. Thus, current study provides rather strong reasons to state that the call-to-put ratio, changeable depending on market conditions, represents an automatic (that is, launching automatically during a crisis) regulator of the option portfolio risk.
  38. Let me ask you who heard John preach before Herod put him in prison: What did you behold in John -- a reed shaken with the wind? A man of changeable moods and clothed in soft raiment? As a rule they who are gorgeously appareled and who live delicately are in kings' courts and in the mansions of the rich.
  39. It seeks to adjust to new information and therefore its propositions are changeable, but as indicated in a following set of paragraphs: Still, because of the uncertainty within these testings, it [science] offers no firm ground to build a system of belief upon, to explain those verities that seem not to have changed over the ages, as well as the questions that still have no apparent answers.
  40. And I don't know that it is not a nicer sort of soul to have inside one's plodding body than an unwieldy, overgrown thing, chiefly water and air and lightly changeable stuff, so unsubstantial that it flops--forgive the word, but it does flop--on to other souls in search of sympathy and support and comfort and all the rest of the things washer-women waste no time looking for, because they know they wouldn't find them.
  41. It was a lovely starlight night—they had just reached the top of the hill Villejuif, from whence Paris appears like a sombre sea tossing its millions of phosphoric waves into light—waves indeed more noisy, more passionate, more changeable, more furious, more greedy, than those of the tempestuous ocean,—waves which never rest as those of the sea sometimes do,—waves ever dashing, ever foaming, ever ingulfing what falls within their grasp.
  42. It deserves an experiment, among the makers of imperfect instruments, whether a changeable scale cannot be rendered practicable, at least on the piano forte,[26] without increasing the number of strings, and at the same time allowing both the unisons to be used together—either by an apparatus for slightly increasing the tension of the strings, or by one which shall intercept the vibrations of such a part of the string, at its extremity, as shall elevate its tone, by the diesis of the system of temperament adopted.
  43. Like the rest of our waters, when much agitated, in clear weather, so that the surface of the waves may reflect the sky at the right angle, or because there is more light mixed with it, it appears at a little distance of a darker blue than the sky itself; and at such a time, being on its surface, and looking with divided vision, so as to see the reflection, I have discerned a matchless and indescribable light blue, such as watered or changeable silks and sword blades suggest, more cerulean than the sky itself, alternating with the original dark green on the opposite sides of the waves, which last appeared but muddy in comparison.

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