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Eminence numa frase em (in ingles)

1. Oh! what had been his eminence!.
2. You flatter me, Your Eminence.
3. Aye, that he is, Your Eminence.
4. You are correct, Your Eminence.
5. Will that be all, Your Eminence?
6. I think you’re right, Your Eminence.
7. For from His eminence He observes all.

8. He was truly the eminence grise of the consulate.
9. Because it is, Your Eminence, Eastshare agreed.
10. That’s not precisely what I said, Your Eminence.
11. But, Your Eminence, I have no idea where she is.
12. Please do not press me further on this, Your Eminence.
13. She is indeed a gem, Your Eminence, a truly one-of-a-kind gem.
14. He plunged deeper into the woods and came to a sort of eminence.
15. That will never happen, Your Eminence! I can assure you of that.
16. I scarce could dream such eminence as was displayed so gracefully.
17. I’m afraid you should see this, Your Eminence, Wynchystair said.
18. Gardner was a clueless gardener who was mistaken for a Washington eminence.
19. Mind, Your Eminence, they’re the usual odds and sods with crappy weapons.
20. Yes, your eminence, how can I be of service? the dark haired guard said.
21. On an eminence, the centre of the earth, rises the feldaltar of Saint Barbara.
22. I am sorry, Your Eminence, but I vowed to keep her personal history a secret.
23. You are the honored guest of his eminence Ursempyre Remis, Lord of the House Remis.
24. But you are his prime minister, as well as the master of the man I love, Your Eminence.
25. When it is used by Eminence Wuxin, it can even subdue tigers and dragons but when it is.
26. The prosecutor made it a rule to view the situation from the eminence of his position, i.
27. In a lot of ways, I’d prefer old-fashioned cannon and matchlocks, too, Your Eminence.
28. I’ve warned all my men to be insanely cautious about that sort of thing, Your Eminence.
29. Every career has its aspirants, who form a train for those who have attained eminence in it.
30. But some confidence’s a mite different from complete confidence, as you might say, Your Eminence.
31. Could the girl not have been lying? Oh, Your Eminence, I would never do such a thing, I swear to you.
32. Immediately in front of and beneath the pulpit sat his Eminence, Cardinal Gibbons, who delivered the sermon.
33. This is found in a partially detached eminence, 100 feet high, near the north line of Montague, on land of Mr.
34. I suspect I might be able to guess at least a part of your purpose, Your Eminence, he said almost gently.
35. In either case, Your Eminence, they’re much too well informed about your own movements, even if only after the fact.
36. During the second period the temple stood on the eastern slope of an eminence where I found remains of it two years ago.
37. Authors of the highest eminence seem to be fully satisfied with the view that each species has been independently created.
38. As it happens, Your Eminence, that’s one of the main reasons I don’t plan on attacking the Bishop Militant until spring.
39. As you can see, Your Eminence, Symkyn continued, Kaitswyrth’s total frontage is broader than he’d like, I’m sure.
40. But, Your Eminence, hasn’t she proved her loyalty to our cause enough yet? I can assure you that she is not about to betray us.
41. The Symford churchyard, its church, and the pair of coveted cottages, are on a little eminence rising like an island out of the valley.
42. My Lord! the young man began hesitantly, seeing himself in the presence a greater eminence than he had been accustomed to addressing.
43. It distresses me to say so, Your Eminence, but I couldn’t possibly move any large proportion of the entire Host under these conditions.
44. The base of this dome was a gigantic pedestal of marble rising from what had once been a terraced eminence on the banks of the ancient river.
45. But those low people could not harm him, and Allah raised him to higher levels of dignity and eminence because of his nobility and goodness.
46. All these new people, strangers, every one! They didn’t know before she reached her present safe eminence in her mansion on Peachtree Street.
47. The Archbishop of the Los Angeles Archdiocese, His Eminence Timothy Manning, was fuming as his bishops and vicars assembled in front of his large work desk.
48. After descending an eminence to a low bottom, through which a swift stream glided, they suddenly came to a place where the party of Le Renard had made a halt.
49. With all due respect, Your Eminence, Sandaria’s expression was as dry as her tone, I think ‘context’ is something we could all use at this point.
50. Though they had started so early, it was quite late in the afternoon when they turned the flank of an eminence which formed part of the upland called Greenhill.
51. I think you’ll find this interesting, Your Eminence, Taychau Daiyang said, waving one hand at the infantry platoon marching through the snow towards them.
52. Probably better than the units Kaitswyrth’s put back together out of bits and pieces of other ones, actually, Your Eminence, Cysgodol put in with a grimace.
53. On the right of the line Colonel Roosevelt spurred his horse forward, and with a cheer the Rough Riders started toward Kettle Hill, an eminence to the right front.
54. They were even boastful of its eminence in those particulars, and were fired by an express conviction that, if it were less objectionable, it would be less respectable.
55. She would never have arrived at this eminence so early in life had not the exigencies of war and the demands of the commissary department on Tara made it impossible for.
56. A silence ensued, during which his Eminence stared, frowning at the ground, and Antonia, graceful and rigid in her chair, breathed calmly in the strength of her convictions.
57. It stands upon an eminence in the midst of ornamented grounds, and with its white walls, its lofty cupola, and high, square portico, presents a properly imposing appearance.
58. To attain to eminence in letters costs a man time, watching, hunger, nakedness, headaches, indigestions, and other things of the sort, some of which I have already referred to.
59. There was only one reason which made Ward Mortimer's position a little difficult at the Belmore Street Museum, and that was the extreme eminence of the man whom he had to succeed.
60. He came to the place over land and found it good and he began his burrow on a little eminence where he could look out among the mallow weeds and see the trucks go by on Cannery Row.
61. Of plebeian lineages I have nothing to say, save that they merely serve to swell the number of those that live, without any eminence to entitle them to any fame or praise beyond this.
62. The rector, a gray eminence with a face like a tombstone, apparently expected a reaction, and, as it would have been impolite not to give him one, William struggled to look grave himself.
63. And now this same Zina, this haughty girl, about whom there were certain scandalous stories afloat, this same Zina was to become a millionaire, a princess, and a woman of rank and eminence!.
64. Yes, Your Eminence? Bishop Markys Gohdard’s tone was slightly surprised and he started to rise as Wyllym Rayno entered his office unannounced, but the archbishop waved him back into his swivel chair.
65. Why should he not one day be lifted above the shoulders of the crowd, and feel that he had won that eminence well? Without doubt he would leave Middlemarch, go to town, and make himself fit for celebrity by eating his dinners.
66. This hill is only a small eminence on the bank of the creek at that place, composed of limestone, (if I have been correctly informed,) between the strata of which, and on the side next the creek, this and other rock crystals were found.
67. She believed in him as an excellent man whose piety carried a peculiar eminence in belonging to a layman, whose influence had turned her own mind toward seriousness, and whose share of perishable good had been the means of raising her own position.
68. But if I hadn’t been so lonely, if I hadn’t called out so often, so anxiously, would so wonderful an experience have been mine to be blessed by? And that wonderfully wonderful Eminence, that Purity; that just had to be my blessed Lord, my God! Alleluia!.
69. The fathers and founders of the commonwealth—the statesman, the priest, and the soldier—deemed it a duty then to assume the outward state and majesty, which, in accordance with antique style, was looked upon as the proper garb of public or social eminence.
70. Emancipate us from the trammels of colonial vassalage; place us on the high eminence of a free, sovereign, and independent commonwealth; and we shall at all times be ready, with our lives and fortunes, to assert the rights and vindicate the honor of our common country.
71. The story was so artfully adorned with scandalous details, and persons of so great eminence and importance were apparently mixed up in it, while, at the same time, the evidence was so circumstantial, that it was no wonder the matter gave food for plenty of curiosity and gossip.
72. He stood, at this moment, on the very proudest eminence of superiority, to which the gifts of intellect, rich lore, prevailing eloquence, and a reputation of whitest sanctity, could exalt a clergyman in New England's earliest days, when the professional character was of itself a lofty pedestal.
73. Toward the southeast, but in immediate contact with the fort, was an entrenched camp, posted on a rocky eminence, that would have been far more eligible for the work itself, in which Hawkeye pointed out the presence of those auxiliary regiments that had so recently left the Hudson in their company.
74. Augustine's Church, assisted on his right and left by white priests, in the presence of his Eminence Cardinal Gibbons, will be put in striking contrast with that of the white American Protestant churches who are willing on every occasion to sacrifice the Negro to secure the co-operation of the South on other than Gospel terms.
75. As you know, I have striven hard to open English eyes to the emptiness of Shakespeare's philosophy, to the superficiality and second-handedness of his morality, to his weakness and incoherence as a thinker, to his snobbery, his vulgar prejudices, his ignorance, his disqualifications of all sorts for the philosophic eminence claimed for him.
76. So, by and large, this parochial policy of the alien rulers precluded the possibility of the native eminence to embrace Islam even for their self-promotion, and thus, the nepotism of the Musalmans and the prejudices of the caste Hindus led to a lopsided Islamic growth on the caste fringes, save some sections of the vaisyas, of the Indian social setting.
77. But when the sun was seen climbing above the tops of that mountain, against whose bosom the Delawares had constructed their encampment, most were seated; and as his bright rays darted from behind the outline of trees that fringed the eminence, they fell upon as grave, as attentive, and as deeply interested a multitude, as was probably ever before lighted by his morning beams.
78. We look back at this ignorance, or infatuation, whichever it may be called, with wonder, knowing that the neglect of an eminence, whose difficulties, like those of Mount Defiance, have been so greatly exaggerated, would, at the present time, prove fatal to the reputation of the engineer who had planned the works at their base, or to that of the general whose lot it was to defend them.
79. A bishop who understands how to become an archbishop, an archbishop who knows how to become a cardinal, carries you with him as conclavist; you enter a court of papal jurisdiction, you receive the pallium, and behold! you are an auditor, then a papal chamberlain, then monsignor, and from a Grace to an Eminence is only a step, and between the Eminence and the Holiness there is but the smoke of a ballot.
80. The first of these formularies, which, by way of eminence, he peculiarly distinguishes by the name of the Economical Table, represents the manner in which he supposes this distribution takes place, in a state of the most perfect liberty, and, therefore, of the highest prosperity; in a state where the annual produce is such as to afford the greatest possible neat produce, and where each class enjoys its proper share of the whole annual produce.
81. Marianne entered the house with a heart swelling with emotion from the consciousness of being only eighty miles from Barton, and not thirty from Combe Magna; and before she had been five minutes within its walls, while the others were busily helping Charlotte to show her child to the housekeeper, she quitted it again, stealing away through the winding shrubberies, now just beginning to be in beauty, to gain a distant eminence; where, from its Grecian temple, her eye, wandering over a wide tract of country to the south-east, could fondly rest on the farthest ridge of hills in the horizon, and fancy that from their summits Combe Magna might be seen.
82. They are followed by the Right Honourable Joseph Hutchinson, lord mayor of Dublin, his lordship the lord mayor of Cork, their worships the mayors of Limerick, Galway, Sligo and Waterford, twentyeight Irish representative peers, sirdars, grandees and maharajahs bearing the cloth of estate, the Dublin Metropolitan Fire Brigade, the chapter of the saints of finance in their plutocratic order of precedence, the bishop of Down and Connor, His Eminence Michael cardinal Logue, archbishop of Armagh, primate of all Ireland, His Grace, the most reverend Dr William Alexander, archbishop of Armagh, primate of all Ireland, the chief rabbi, the presbyterian moderator, the heads of the baptist, anabaptist, methodist and Moravian chapels and the honorary secretary of the society of friends.
83. Not to inherit by right of primogeniture, gavelkind or borough English, or possess in perpetuity an extensive demesne of a sufficient number of acres, roods and perches, statute land measure (valuation 42 pounds), of grazing turbary surrounding a baronial hall with gatelodge and carriage drive nor, on the other hand, a terracehouse or semidetached villa, described as Rus in Urbe or Qui si sana , but to purchase by private treaty in fee simple a thatched bungalowshaped 2 storey dwellinghouse of southerly aspect, surmounted by vane and lightning conductor, connected with the earth, with porch covered by parasitic plants (ivy or Virginia creeper), halldoor, olive green, with smart carriage finish and neat doorbrasses, stucco front with gilt tracery at eaves and gable, rising, if possible, upon a gentle eminence with agreeable prospect from balcony with stone pillar parapet over unoccupied and unoccupyable interjacent pastures and standing in 5 or 6 acres of its own ground, at such a distance from the nearest public thoroughfare as to render its houselights visible at night above and through a quickset hornbeam hedge of topiary cutting, situate at a given point not less than 1 statute mile from the periphery of the metropolis, within a time limit of not more than 15 minutes from tram or train line (e.

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