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Defy numa frase em (in ingles)

1. I do not wish to defy him.
2. I defy you to escape from that.
3. For man’s opinion—I defy it.
4. It had been unheard of to defy.
5. It is to presume to defy reality.
6. The Leafies continued to defy him.
7. When Antigone decides to defy Creon's.

8. But many continued to defy those terms.
9. Jerry Lewis, predicted Kim would defy.
10. Willing to defy the laws that insisted.
11. You have no reason to defy the stars.
12. I defy anyone to deny their correctness.
13. The idiot thought he could defy gravity.
14. The rulers only defy such laws at their peril.
15. These are the ignorant ones who defy God, the.
16. And I defy you to hurt him when I am by, and I.
17. The things he was packing seemed to defy explanation.
18. There are extremely special moments that defy time --.
19. We shall kill anyone who dares defy us and our beasts.
20. They defy the Lord's glory by their actions all around.
21. You have found a way to defy my curse, he sneered.
22. And then there were the moments that defy all descriptions:.
23. You can defy the laws of the physical Though some see orange.
24. She had got to be brave, and if needs be she had got to defy.
25. I’d been too afraid of what he might do to defy him before.
26. My mom didn’t defy him often, but by this time he had really.
27. He had acted so as to defy reproach, and make wonder respectful.
28. Her tribe had always said that men had habits so sick as to defy.
29. Gravity seems to defy as your soul starts to fly through the hole.
30. But in this at least thou shalt not defy my will: to rule my own end.
31. But that bloody kid being here had given Jarek the courage to defy her.
32. He carried orders to defy the Mexican authorities and threw his support.
33. But as for those who defy Our revelations-these are the people of misery.
34. To defy, or to deal jest with the fear of having to die, that is the quest.
35. Frustrated, but unable to defy my mother, I reluctantly handed her the gun.
36. She couldn’t defy him, but it angered her that he’d stopped the fight.
37. If you defy the earl, it will affect Ralph’ s whole life! she said.
38. They think they can defy the lord abbot and argue with the learned brothers.
39. More than that, he would certainly not defy the Supreme Court as Jackson did.
40. While at the office, the children continued to resist and defy social workers.
41. The motorcycle seemed to defy gravity, its speed and wings helping it to veer.
42. He was looking directly into her eyes, daring her, challenging her to defy him.
43. This is what always happens when you defy the robots to such an extent as this.
44. The variations in a beautiful drawing are so subtle as often to defy detection.
45. He had replaced the setting so exactly that I defy anyone to see the difference.
46. Animal life wears a hard, dry skin or an outer skeleton to defy the desiccation.
47. Power to defy our Enemy is not in him, unless such power is in the earth itself.
48. Not a whit, we defy augury: there's a special providence in the fall of a sparrow.
49. It will heal and help and create life saving circumstances that seem to defy the.
50. The small number of heterostxual couples who do defy these proscriptions usually.
51. He had dared to defy James the Lord's brother, who was subsequently supported by Peter.
52. At times he experienced a desire to abuse and defy them, while awaiting their irruption.
53. Drifting off, she thought about how children grew up to defy their parents’ expectations.
54. We wouldn’t defy Sithias by slaughtering innocents, and I’m insulted by the implication.
55. What I need is a class one probe that can defy gravity and can be cloaked, Garcia said.
56. This is what happens to those who defy me, Ralph thought, and he wished he could say it out loud.
57. He couldn’t stop comparing himself with the lecturer who naively thought he could defy the mob.
58. And too much of a coward too ever openly accuse them, or defy them, or disobey them, or judge them.
59. There, leaning on erratically cut foundations, monumental rocks seemed to defy the laws of balance.
60. Prejudices about rank and status were easy enough to defy in the form of a tyrannical letter from Mr.
61. There is something in every individual that is likely for a long time to defy the analysis of science.
62. Movement is slow to preserve energy, and it is a rare animal which can or will defy the sun for long.
63. His expression continued to defy emotion, yet despite his lack of apparent rage, Tetloan was silenced.
64. He did so with a surly expression on his face, resentful at being ordered but too lethargic to defy her.
65. But the obscurity, multiplicity, and confusion of Gnostic systems defy a clear and rational definition.
66. They were woods-runners, dismounted scouts, volunteers who had chosen to defy their hereditary overlords.
67. I defy you to find any American city where the Olympians are not prominently displayed in multiple places.
68. But if they did defy him he wouldn’t hesitate to have them arrested and turn both of them into examples.
69. But anyone who's breasts could defy gravity the way Shinvei's did couldn't be made of ordinary protoplasm.
70. We, along with all other living things; cannot and should not try to defy the universal laws of the universe.
71. To a casual observer the device seemed to defy physics, as if it were still fixed to the full mass of the moon.
72. Statistics, however, disagree, German output continued to defy the aerial onslaught until the last months of the war.
73. But also a place where a girl, representing the needy, and out of her mind, might test her will to defy the sinkage.
74. But the example of Sparta, and perhaps in some degree the tendency to defy public opinion, seems to have misled him.
75. Leave the office? Leave the office? It was actually telling him to disobey instruc¬tions, to defy the Under Manager.
76. Resentfully, he said: It’ s a bad day for the town when apprentices defy their masters and priests support the boys.
77. Like spacecraft that pick up speed as they rise into the Earth’s stratosphere, growth stocks often seem to defy gravity.
78. Ryato was still convinced that it was a bad idea that Enilia traveled on with them, but he would not defy his father’s will.
79. He had to show our country and the rest of the world that he could stand up and defy the strongest military might in the world.
80. They're all alike when you're workin' for 'em; I defy any man to say what's the difference between a Liberal and a Tory employer.
81. She had continued to defy his wishes, working on his lands every morning and evening, and it looked as if she had driven him too far.
82. But thou overratest thy power! You shall find it is, in truth, the heart of Munro you hold, and that it will defy your utmost malice!.
83. Yet, the redeeming feature of that sordid episode was that the fathers of the victims felt emboldened to defy the Dirty Dozen at the Tihar.
84. Yes, love, woman, the kiss forms a circle from which I defy you to escape; and, for my own part, I should be only too happy to re-enter it.
85. To flaunt and defy the will of the Lifestream and the cycle that it represents is to lose what you wish to have back even as you have gained it.
86. How could he dream of her defying the barrier that her husband had placed between them?—how could she ever say to herself that she would defy it?
87. The arrogance of man: to think he can explode this earth apart by using nuclear weapons, to think he can defy the Laws of the Universe: will be punished.
88. Ash had an arsenal of encryptions she could put on the transmission, but so did Kalver, and Kalver wouldn’t defy him and put a lockout code on the cuff.
89. However, no model will generate accurate values under all conditions because implied volatility often changes in ways that seem to defy even the best model.
90. That is enough to convince her that things will be all right, that things will be ok, that nothing can defy her and the things that she so truly believes in.
91. She established herself in this world as a whole person for the first time by standing up proudly to defy the established order at sit-ins and on protest marches.
92. For that matter, it was far from certain they would defy the Inquisition if Maigwair asked them to, and Clyntahn’s goaded irrationality was only too plain to see.
93. But he was afraid to defy these angry Jews, and while he hesitated to do his duty, a messenger came up and presented him with a sealed message from his wife, Claudia.
94. Being afraid to defy the clamor of this misled mob who cried for the blood of Jesus, he ordered the Jewish guards and the Roman soldiers to take Jesus and scourge him.
95. In addition to the four essential characteristics, supplementary factors that can make an equity security attractive can be so varied as to defy anyone’s imagination.
96. And, sir, I defy the gentleman from Massachusetts, with all his political cookery, by pouring out of the jar of our present situation into the old mess, to sweeten it.
97. Maybe Alan was one of their own? What was that old saying, 'blood is thicker than wire'? Meanwhile the native siren continued to defy him as her crew dragged her away.
98. Young Ladislaw, he was sure, meant to defy and annoy him, meant to win Dorothea's confidence and sow her mind with disrespect, and perhaps aversion, towards her husband.
99. Until then he had been sustained by rage, by his strength of mind, by despair, by the supreme agony which led the Titans to scale the heavens, and Ajax to defy the gods.
100. Her looks grew bolder, her speech more free; she even committed the impropriety of walking out with Monsieur Rodolphe, a cigarette in her mouth, as if to defy the people.
1. Acts Of The Law Defying.
2. In Their Law Defying Acts.
3. Defying the sun I bring rain.
4. Methods The Law Defying Ones.
5. The Law Defying Ones But Love.
6. Wait Because Of The Law Defying.
7. That Guard From The Law Defying?
8. I didn't know what or whom he was defying.
9. Agitators defying a legal search warrant.
10. But all impressions slid together, defying logic.
11. DEFYING THE SENSATIONS OF FEAR, COURAGE TRIUMPHED.
12. The bishop has ordered its removal and they are defying him.
13. Defying the law of the Heroes was the one thing she would never do.
14. Defying all entreaties of the priests in Wadi, Buwa took leave of.
15. They know the answer & they believe that knowing is the same as defying death.
16. Most Poles found a less dramatic way of defying the regime: By going to church.
17. And if Ash was herself again, she’d start defying him every chance she could.
18. He seemed to be defying the bold man who would venture to curb his independence.
19. Its huge body jerked upward, as though defying gravity, as it issued a panicky yelp.
20. Defying the advice from the elders, Zorandi had taken a ship towards the affected zone.
21. Others felt that she had been dropped not so much for drinking as for defying Brundage.
22. Science that was defying the likeliness of a living God stood bare and naked for all to see.
23. He stood erect, defying the fury and blast and charnel stink of the Tyrannosaurus’s roar.
24. The rain had climaxed in a deluge and the tide lapped at the timbers, defying her to cross.
25. Then, indeed, it would be an easy matter to deal with that small defying creature in the chair.
26. However, the experience of being in the studio was both educational and a little death defying.
27. After defying gravity for a moment, she slid down the wall and collapsed into a pile of green robes.
28. She couldn’t imagine defying the orders of her god, but she couldn’t be tied to this man either.
29. Lonely and revengeful he waited for death, defying, refusing to be reconciled with everything and everybody.
30. He sat there, defying the computer’s request that he try again, as if it might irk it or change its response.
31. Philippa had set herself a challenging task, in defying the formidable will and powerful connections of Gregory.
32. It was as if she were purposely defying Joe—and that’s exactly how he took it when he found out about her plans.
33. Defying the commands of her mother, the traditions of her family, she had decided to elope with the man of her choice.
34. Scarlett wanted to giggle at her the swamps and the mountains, defying the provost guard to drag them back to the army.
35. Any other slave defying Joshua would be brutally punished, but Alicia did not believe he would harm his daughter further.
36. They believed that God had arranged society into separate classes and that anyone who tried to change things was defying God.
37. To the south of them the Picts remain savages, apparently defying the laws of Nature by neither progressing nor retrogressing.
38. Millions of Indians in towns and villages along sea shores all over India started collecting salt and defying the British laws.
39. If all these changes sound liberal, don’t be fooled: Tough penalties were enforced for defying Kemal’s liberalising policies.
40. Beyond the trench was where the bullhorns’ front face dominated the view, defying the senses in a manner none of them thought possible.
41. At that the clamor rose anew, Aratus trying to get at the senseless man and Ivanos finally bestriding him, sword in hand, and defying all and sundry.
42. Meanwhile in the room, the black and threatening figure of Zoroastro, defying the powers of the Supreme Magician, paced towards the door and stopped.
43. How could he dream of her defying the barrier that her husband had placed between them?—how could she ever say to herself that she would defy it?
44. Defying all current and possible future trends he had tucked his jumper into his trousers and had secured the entire affair with a sturdy leather belt.
45. Very well, if you insist, said the Patriarch and the chair blinked away in the same logic defying manner that it had manifested in the first place.
46. Dreadnought’s armor stood undaunted against her enemies’ best efforts, defying full broadsides delivered from as little as a hundred yards’ range.
47. Defying negative pressure from both sets of parents, we planned a July wedding in 1961 at the University Methodist Church on the main street in Chapel Hill.
48. Somehow I never realized that when Tobias charged out of the city with me, he wasn’t just a rebel defying his leader—he was a son abandoning his mother.
49. There in the sky, about a hundred metres behind the Elysian was a small shuttle craft, its four thruster pods allowing it to hover in a common-sense defying way.
50. I look down at Todd, who was tossing peanuts up into the air to catch them in his mouth, and the peanut is actually stuck in the air… just hanging out there defying gravity.
51. No amount of age defying creams, moisturizing lotions or anti-ageing portions will ever help her in maintaining her youthful looks unless she indulges in a regular meaningful sex.
52. Teal eyes tracked the blond trooper turned delivery boy, taking in the pouty lips, the gravity defying hair, the chiseled muscle, the straight nose, the shining eyes, and the long legs.
53. Then he would go home relieved that he was not defying fate again, but later he would feel himself going mad with the desire for it to be five o’clock in the afternoon all day, every day.
54. They are afraid of this Ghost Dog, for it has cunning greater than they, stealing from their camps in fierce winters, robbing their traps, slaying their dogs, and defying their bravest hunters.
55. He endeavored to pronounce the name, but could not manage it; and compressing his mouth he held a silent combat with his inward agony, defying, meanwhile, my sympathy with an unflinching ferocious stare.
56. He endeavoured to pronounce the name, but could not manage it; and compressing his mouth he held a silent combat with his inward agony, defying, meanwhile, my sympathy with an unflinching, ferocious stare.
57. As they crossed the line, Bobby Moch, defying the laws of physics and common sense, suddenly stood bolt upright in the stern of his twenty-four-inch-wide shell, triumphantly thrusting one fist into the air.
58. This matter is found in all parts of the universe; at a snap of the finger this matter can appear on earth or on the other side of the universe, defying essentially the laws of physics and the laws of time.
59. He made first-rate strokes himself, and began to bet against Lydgate's strokes, the strain of whose nerves was thus changed from simple confidence in his own movements to defying another person's doubt in them.
60. Thomas could picture it all: the creature’s metal spikes digging into the wooden sides of the Homestead, the massive creature rolling its body, climbing up toward their room, defying gravity with its strength.
61. Her zeal to meet his wishes made her pounce upon the slightest little feeling of not being well and run triumphantly to his laboratory, daring its locked door, defying its sacredness, to tell him the great news.
62. The only area in which he persisted in defying time and fashion was in his somber attire, his anachronistic frock coats, his unique hat, the poet’s string ties from his mother’s notions shop, his sinister umbrella.
63. He regarded his birthday, which was on the 4th of April, as the first day of spring, defying the calendar, and was accustomed to find certain yellow flowers in blossom down by the river on that date supporting his contention.
64. Defying convention, he even managed to state the blatantly obvious truths that others rejected in favor of fantasy: professing that the measure of good and evil was pleasure and pain, and that happiness was the pinnacle of life.
65. The report said officials with the responsibility to control spending on the project bowed to the will of Makhanya, believing he was in constant touch with Zuma, and afraid that questioning him would be construed as defying the president.
66. They met in hiding to print posters and leaflets, organized demonstrations and hosted revolutionary speakers at passionate street rallies, defying the police while surrounded by thousands of cheering supporters fired with the passions of the truly just.
67. Then remember there are those who seem to think that sickness and suffering are sent by God; if so, every physician, every surgeon, and every Red Cross nurse is defying the will of God and hospitals and sanitariums are places of rebellion instead of houses of mercy.
68. A mass of straight black hair, defying all attempts to train or curl it, fell over his projecting forehead, and hung down to his shoulders, giving increased vivacity to eyes already sparkling with a youthful love of mischief and fondness for every forbidden enjoyment.
69. He still remembered too well the time nine years ago when he had risked his crown and his life by defying the powerful Ministry of Security of his Imperium ‘B’ and had gone to deliver a then young teenage Margaret from a torture chamber and given her asylum in his palace.
70. You can carry out the order—the Inquisitor General’s order, whether or not you choose to believe that—or you can face the penalty under Army regulations for disobeying a superior’s orders, and then the penalty for defying Mother Church’s Inquisition in the midst of a Jihad!.
71. As soon as by some means he gets a considerable sum from Nikolay Vsyevolodovitch, he does nothing but get drunk, and instead of gratitude ends by impudently defying Nikolay Vsyevolodovitch, making senseless demands, threatening him with proceedings if the pension is not paid straight into his hands.
72. If you were to just put a name on it, and begin to ponder and ask the Holy Spirit to show you how long that giant has been in that territory in your life, how long has it been ruling there? How long has it been walking up and down, defying you year after year after year, keeping you contained? And God is saying: take that giant, it's bred for you.
73. Under the operation of these motives, I had resolved to give a silent vote, until I felt myself bound, by the defying manner of the arguments advanced in support of the renewal, to obey the paramount duties I owe my country and its constitution; to make one effort, however feeble, to avert the passage of what appears to me a most unjustifiable law.
74. The difficulties begin when, defying Nature's teaching, which on this point is luminous, she refuses to be the hedge, flannel, jam, buffer, comforter, and cook; and when she goes so far on the sulphuric path of rebellion as to insist on being clever on her own account and publicly, she has, in Germany at least, set every law of religion and decency at defiance.
75. In the center of the melee, defying the immense power of the Samosa regime, would be Raul, with the charisma of a Greek god and a voice to match, speaking of a new commune-ized Nicaragua built by the hands of the people: a Nicaragua where all the land would be owned by everyone, equally, a brotherhood striving for the common good without the greed of capitalistic competition.
76. Some days ago I became acquainted with your misfortune and the cause which impels you to take up arms again and again to revenge yourselves upon your enemies; and having many times thought over your business in my mind, I find that, according to the laws of combat, you are mistaken in holding yourselves insulted; for a private individual cannot insult an entire community; unless it be by defying it.
1. But he denied and defied.
2. It defied all rational reason.
3. I ever defied your father about.
4. He defied them all, as it were.
5. He was not used to being defied.
6. What she heard defied expression.
7. He absolutely defied the laws of.
8. And thank God for defied expectations.
9. The Warlock himself defied description.
10. I defied him and still he supported me.
11. Harald believes he should have defied him.
12. One by one, He performed miracles that defied.
13. His daughter's determination defied everything.
14. She defied the nuns, the staff, and their rules.
15. Pride is a race towards all defenses and defied things.
16. All the same, it was a bold monk who defied his bishop.
17. After all, it defied logic that anyone could possibly.
18. It defied his best efforts to reduce it to comprehension.
19. It has defied the attacks of all enemies and fault-finders.
20. There is something gratifying in hubris defied and punished.
21. The medical student defied description: he was simply a Fokin.
22. If there were things out there that defied explanation, then.
23. Bradley had provided for them, a few nuns who’d defied the US.
24. There was a sense of seen before, a gleam that defied analysis.
25. Caris was always intrigued to hear of women who defied the rules.
26. The rifles fitted nicely into our boxes which defied the rumour.
27. After all, the Governor had defied Jeff Davis’ demand for them.
28. But the Garden villa’s stone walls so far defied all his prying.
29. At night, she was sharply alert and defied sleep with a vengeance.
30. Most children of the rich wouldn’t have defied their mothers to.
31. Some gave me inquisitive looks, but no one dared defied their master.
32. Paul has defied gravity, having produced 28 straight full years of wins.
33. The behavior of the long-term debt to capital indicator (LTD/CAP) defied.
34. But Pharaoh defied the Messenger, so We seized him with a terrible seizing.
35. They repelled him and defied him: there was no passion in them, no rapture.
36. I defied him, although I felt no assurance that he might not do this thing.
37. The creation he saw was hideous in a way that defied that simple description.
38. His heavy glance drowsily roaming about kind of defied their further questions.
39. She defied him, provoked him and without further dared to set herself against him.
40. Eventually, the beached craft defied the grip of the current and all was calm again.
41. He felt proud of his soul mate as she defied the evil one and escaped back into the.
42. If Jomer had not defied Wormtongue's voice speaking with your mouth, those Orcs would.
43. My host defied all expectations and was surely not of this world…Alex Ben Pansy.
44. Only the nuns, with their face masks and their vinegar-washed hands, defied the disease.
45. My success defied natural explanation, the kind of success that could only come from God.
46. Dominique Collier is suspected of having defied Church law by performing pagan rituals.
47. Kathleen had gotten under my skin the second I saw her, and she defied easy classification.
48. It defied many of the rules we teach here at the Academy and yet it succeeded with no losses.
49. Cyrellius had wanted him dead, he would not have defied the King by keeping the guards at bay.
50. It still rankled Joshua that Syd had defied him and in the fracas that followed had bested him.
51. Moses has defied all odds and drawn nothing but strength from the violence and fear around him.
52. When the prince returned, Bush defied the Bird, who beat him savagely as soon as the prince left.
53. The young girl’s hatred was palpable --it almost reached out towards her and defied her to act.
54. The parents were important too, but so many kids defied them as well, valuing their friends more.
55. He realized that he was, because he was in the presence of a vampire that defied logic or gravity.
56. He defied Russell, the Queen, and Eric to protect Sookie even though they could all easily kill him.
57. The President, recovered from his shock, rushed up and defied all protocol by grabbing her shoulders.
58. Especially, when tested on the battlefield, the Japanese will to resist defied all possible estimates.
59. Petra felt woozy because she saw a life she never could have imagined, a life that defied time or space.
60. He defied the two volcanoes and sent four of his tumen around the large lake to flank the enemy position.
61. He has defied all the odds in the process after doctors told him that running would be a thing of the past.
62. The Yingolian who must have been the carrier defied treatment and escaped to the scrublands of the Gengee.
63. The 'GOD, made known by Christ, though most benign, is not a Power to be 'mocked,’ affronted, or defied.
64. There were some issues that defied explanations though and would probably be denied of one for a long time.
65. With each second the stinging pain from his stomach threatened to take over but somehow, he defied the odds.
66. Yet whether or not he’d violated his vows, there was no question that he’d defied the Inquisitor General.
67. Distance lacked meaning in the Land of God, a land which almost defied logic in its flatness and its emptiness.
68. It defied both common sense and imagination to think that this giant would actually be able to take off and fly.
69. Noah said, My Lord, they have defied me, and followed him whose wealth and children increase him only in perdition.
70. Some five centuries later, Joshua’s ban was defied by Hiel of Beth-el, and the curse was fulfilled (1Kings 16:34).
71. He neither wept nor prayed: he cursed and defied; execrated God and man, and gave himself up to reckless dissipation.
72. He neither wept nor prayed; he cursed and defied: execrated God and man, and gave himself up to reckless dissipation.
73. But she did find out, and Cupid was hurt that Psyche had defied him and scared to have his identity known to a mortal.
74. There is a specific process defied for the tasks, and anyone following the process will turn out an acceptable product.
75. No one would see any injustice in that – least of all Earl Roland, who had no mercy for those who defied his authority.
76. Dunit looked up at her with a smile that defied all logic of the situation and said, We can still give them a warm time.
77. That was Aad; they denied the signs of their Lord, and defied His messengers, and followed the lead of every stubborn tyrant.
78. Johnson defied Congress and fired Secretary of War Stanton, who had been appointed by Lincoln and was a dedicated abolitionist.
79. Maybe the elven-hoods defied his unseen eyes, and the mind of his small enemy; being strengthened, had turned aside his thought.
80. When they crucified Simon Peter, it was this man who defied the Roman persecutors and boldly continued to preach the new gospel.
81. She saw nothing, but the fleeting nature of the glance made him seem all the more perfect and sexy in a way that defied reality.
82. Oh, if only that hateful Frank Bell had never kissed her! Then she could have defied Davy, and gone to her beloved Sunday School.
83. If he had defied them to do their worst, and killed any who tried to kill him: he would have destroyed the entire ethics of evil.
84. It was something they knew to be rash, and defied their long experience of tactics and strategy, but here they were just the same.
85. Then once he got here, he defied the officers’ instructions to stand down and instead made a volatile situation that much worse.
86. This man had openly defied him and was not intimidated, but to threaten and become aggressive would have diminished his authority further.
87. I also defied my sponsor by dating his next-door neighbor who hustled me at meetings that we all attended while her fiancé was still alive.
88. Families have, on occasion, defied their clan, while clans and tribes have often been subversive of the sovereignty of the territorial state.
89. Years before, the only daughter had run away, defied her parents, and gone on the stage; and now the only boy died, and after a short time Mr.
90. They were not the shadows of the trees, rather they moved and stalked through the woods, a blur of motion that defied any animal's natural speed.
91. Should you wonder-the real wonder is their saying: "When we have become dust, will we be in a new creation?" Those are they who defied their Lord.
92. It would have been beautiful beyond compare had it not been for the fact that the diamond was spinning at such a speed it defied even canine vision.
93. How many a town defied the command of its Lord and His messengers? So We held it strictly accountable, and We punished it with a dreadful punishment.
94. But the domes that glistened in the leaves below him were the unbroken pinnacles of the royal palace of Alkmeenon which had defied the corroding ages.
95. He is represented as crushed forever beneath the weight of the authority which he has defied, and his 'eternal sin’ holds him fast in the bands of death.
96. Mother Teresa became world-famous because she defied the strict orders of her sect to not help the poorest people who were constantly dying on her doorstep.
97. They are already as wicked as they can be, and cannot be made worse by the modification of a threatening, which they have utterly disbelieved in and defied.
98. Her face was serious and her voice polite; but he thought he saw she was laughing at him, and beyond anything that could happen to him he hated being defied.
99. As an answer to this bulletin he learned that the surprise, terror, and indignation produced in Paris by the news of the burning of Moscow defied description.
100. There was no room in the fisherman's dull brain for fear, at least for such fear as might grip a man who has just seen the fundamental laws of nature defied.
1. Shark defies this advice.
2. Defies logic doesn't it?
3. But she openly defies them.
4. The couple who defies this.
5. The other defies his lord.
6. And Krista Marino, for an editing job that defies description.
7. He's doing his very utmost; but his constitution defies him.
8. An extremely subtle and profound one which defies articulation.
9. I READ SOMEWHERE, once, that crying defies scientific explanation.
10. So is thought (belief) more important than action? That defies logic.
11. But whoever defies it from among the various factions, the Fire is his promise.
12. The walls have all fallen away, but this stone block defies time and the elements.
13. He breaks through all laws, defies all powers, and gives himself boundless license.
14. It defies all logic and the inhumanity of what you did to those women defies belief.
15. Miss Lucy defies this procedure by her attempt to cheek kiss each of the crew.
16. This matter defies the laws of time because it moves faster than the speed of light.
17. The act defies logic by bad reasons offered as positive to continue playing the game.
18. That intangible something that defies analysis is the projected thought of the master that.
19. The life-giving quality in art always defies analysis and refuses to be tabulated in any formula.
20. Ahab defies the storm and thrusts his fist down along the harpoon, shouting, "Thus, I put out the fire!".
21. If the basic plan were to lure his boss to the cold store office it defies logic that he showed his hand.
22. Crime and criminals prevailed in a way that defies description, and there was an indomitable criminal at the head of them.
23. The Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) occupies an unusual place in the TCP/IP suite because it defies all attempts at categorization.
24. Remaining occupied mentally and physically defies boredom which attacks you and which is among the major reasons for ageing more quickly.
25. And their negroes, who had been told nothing, knew everything too, by that black grapevine telegraph system which defies white understanding.
26. It means, too, that the Roosh are forbidden to make any gesture that defies the wind—to speak, spit, or flatulate into the wind is a terrible blasphemy.
27. A rare psychotropic herb that defies the rules of nature by only growing in the frozen conditions of the slopes of Mount Grucian on the Glassvexx planet.
28. Since this matter defies physics and the laws of time, when you die, you essentially return to the beginning of the universe or the end, which is the same.
29. My soul mate has assumed charge of the black market and put himself in direct competition with two Unseelie Princes and a ruthless male that defies quantifying.
30. This tradition: this endless fucking need to conform and never raise your head to be counted as someone who defies authority or dares to try to improve anything.
31. But I shall not go into any calculation of this sort, for I am convinced that it defies calculation; it is impossible to follow it into all its turnings and windings.
32. They may become tired or weak over time, though they will always have reserves of strength and magic that defies the abilities of those who have not received the gift.
33. Let the record show, he alone! And now for some reason," he said in an accusing voice, "one can only wonder what it might be, he defies the court and refuses to fire it!".
34. This defies logic, but if it were told to us in the context that we should obey the laws of the land or there will be consequences then it would be an easier concept to grasp.
35. Reality is a thing of infinite diversity, and defies the most ingenious deductions and definitions of abstract thought, nay, abhors the clear and precise classifications we so delight in.
36. An area, as large perhaps as Sussex, has been lifted up en bloc with all its living contents, and cut off by perpendicular precipices of a hardness which defies erosion from all the rest of the continent.
37. We are in a situation which defies hope, one in which we have but a single miserable consolation, that though it promises nothing but ruin, yet it is so ridiculous, so ludicrous, that we can but smile at it.
38. Modern-day Macedonians, desperately looking for their ancient roots in a region hostile to their nationhood, have latched onto their putative predecessor with a zeal that defies both historical research and the howls of protest from their neighbor, Greece.
39. It represents an irony that defies all logics and sense of decency that a man in his right senses could harbour such heinous intentions in the dept of his soul against his wife and unborn children, to the extent of exterminating them spiritually for worldly possession.
40. Although some accounting irregularities later came to light at A & P, it defies all logic to believe that the value of a relatively stable business like groceries could fall by three-fourths in one year, triple the next year, then drop by two-thirds the year after that.
41. This ‘nothing’ is a difficult concept to think about or imagine, because being alive in this world and therefore experiencing something other than nothing, experiencing existence itself, and existence in Self and others, defies Self to then think of nothing as a reality.
42. Along this diagonal process a phrase that augers prosperity and security was composed into the term of `peace`, and at the other end a curse was spun to burden up anyone by the formation of the `onus` that stains and leave the mark of guilt upon anyone that defies out authority.
43. Along this diagonal process a phrase that augers prosperity and security was composed into the term of `peacè, and at the other end a curse was spun to burden up anyone by the formation of the ònus` that stains and leave the mark of guilt upon anyone that defies out authority.
44. Everything that manifests in structures of Self-Consciousness of STOOLL-VVU-Forms (khristal) and UOLD-VVU-Forms (mental) defies description, because, for the time being, SFUURMM-Forms of these experiences are completely absent in the frequency Configurations of the biological NUU-VVU-Forms focused by You now.
45. How could it be, that an amazing or powerful Almighty God, would not only create the world, but when my life got into a mess, into sin, into all kinds of uncleanness and defilement, He would come and wash my feet? It defies belief, because it's so contrary to the way we see authority and power; and how we see it manifest in the earth.
46. Add to that government neglect, the unique brazenness of some illegal aliens’ families who could dare to bring a lawsuit against the Government of the United States for the deaths of their family members who died by unlawfully crossing over the unprotected borders into our deserts, and one beholds an arrogance of thinking that defies reason.
47. The character ascribed to Him; the dreadful wrath and vengeance with which He is moved; the cold and malignant purpose of creation in regard to million of souls; the stern severity and gloom of His government; the horrible and never-ceasing tortures which He will inflict on His helpless, children-all this, and much more of like character, defies the power of language to set it forth in its true light, or to present it in a manner adequate to its shocking revolting reality.
48. The character as-cribed to Him; the dreadful wrath and vengeance with which He is moved; the cold and malig-nant purpose of creation in regard to million of souls; the stern severity and gloom of His government; the horrible and never-ceasing tortures which He will inflict on His helpless, children-all this, and much more of like character, defies the power of language to set it forth in its true light, or to present it in a manner adequate to its shocking revolting reality.

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