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Fleece numa frase em (in ingles)

  1. The Fleece Fair was their.
  2. See, thy fleece is drenched.
  3. It was a gray fleece hoodie.
  4. The golden fleece, of course.
  5. What about the Fleece Fair?

  6. Tell me more about this Golden Fleece.
  7. Those with Golden Fleece are clouds at.
  8. It was never my intention to fleece you.
  9. He wasn’t scared that day at the Fleece.
  10. Aiden magicked a thick fleece comforter and.
  11. She came in for a fleece! No, that wasn’t it.
  12. The way they fleece tourists, they deserve it.
  13. It happened on the Sunday of Fleece Fair week.
  14. His devout follower handed him the rolled-up fleece.
  15. Mary had a little lamb, its fleece was white as snow.

  16. I think this is where we will find the golden fleece.
  17. In four weeks ’ time we’ve got the Fleece Fair.
  18. Have you got the fleece here, as well? Red asked.
  19. Abraham looked with some reprobation at her fleece suit.
  20. Whoever is left standing takes the fleece and scroll.
  21. I’m stocking up for the Fleece Fair, Madge explained.
  22. I should stick to it like a flea to a fleece for my own sake.
  23. I’m going to search for the Golden Fleece, here on the earth.
  24. But Fleece had hardly got three paces off, when he was recalled.
  25. Gwenda arrived in Kingsbridge on the Friday of Fleece Fair week.

  26. The grass was trampled and the ground muddy from the Fleece Fair.
  27. She had persuaded him to buy fleece in smaller quantities this year.
  28. She was dressed in casual clothes – comfortable jeans, cotton fleece.
  29. D and Argus were feeding the baby dragon that guarded the Golden Fleece.
  30. He seems a bit shaken by the failure of the Fleece Fair, Caris said.
  31. As Fenrir tears around the little room, Amy pulls off her fleece sweater.
  32. THE EARL OF SHIRING came to Kingsbridge on the Tuesday of Fleece Fair week.
  33. I glance at him for a moment and rush to take a small fleece to cover him.
  34. Fleece: The wool of sheep, whether shaved off or still attached to the skin.
  35. We could put a temporary wooden roadbed on top in time for the Fleece Fair.
  36. Fleece you, indeed! We haven't seen the colour of your money since January.
  37. Her pine tree was still there, the Golden Fleece glittering in its lowest branch.
  38. Fyuanuran was impossible to judge under the fleece, only his eyes showed of his face.
  39. Even better, they gave me a fleece jacket and a fleece beanie—it was cold out there.
  40. He went to relieve himself while I contemplated the Golden Fleece according to Pasolini.
  41. Sunday, Bishop Henri announced that the Fleece Fair would take place as usual this year.
  42. Through all of history, people have searched for a golden fleece, an enormous treasure.
  43. The priory has jurisdiction over all bargains agreed at the Fleece Fair, she said.
  44. Traditionally, the ecclesiastical court held a session on the Saturday of Fleece Fair week.
  45. Also, the Fleece Fair was smaller, because there’s no bridge, so we earned a lot less.
  46. Have a base layer, a mid-layer (insulator such as fleece) and a shell (rain jacket) on hand.
  47. I could see smoke from the dragon guardian at the pine tree, the glitter of the distant Fleece.
  48. Upon this, Fleece, holding both hands over the fishy mob, raised his shrill voice, and cried—.
  49. So we would have a usable bridge by the year after next – and miss only one Fleece Fair!.
  50. Once an industry or business becomes centralized enough to become a scam, a racket, a fleece job.
  51. Even better, they gave me a fleece jacket and a fleece beanie—it was cold out there.
  52. As the guys looked back, the Golden Fleece, full of petrol, landed on the road in a huge fireball.
  53. Maybe the Golden Fleece of Truth is out there somewhere, since it seems so hard to find here on earth.
  54. There had been no big Easter procession in the cathedral, and there would be no Fleece Fair this Whitsun.
  55. I covered him up with a warm fleece blanket and went upstairs to find that I was the only one still awake.
  56. Edmund said: Then, during Fleece Fair week, about a thousand on the first day, and another two hundred.
  57. They slept on fleece in the cargo hold until the destination was reached, after a day and a half of travel.
  58. After I unload these cattle and fleece, I intend very much to get reacquainted with her, that's for sure.
  59. He believed that possessing the Golden Fleece would enhance their leader’s right to rule over all nations.
  60. I peeled off my sweaty clothes, pulled out my red fleece leggings and long-sleeved shirt, and dressed in them.
  61. The Fleece Fair was the high point of the year for the townspeople and the peasants of the surrounding villages.
  62. When she recalled the Fleece Fairs of her childhood, it seemed to her that they had been busier and more crowded.
  63. He had not seen her for weeks: she had been ill in bed after suffering a blow on the head at the Fleece Fair, and.
  64. Ingrid slowly put back on her baggy gray fleece sport outfit, which was easier to slip in than her Luftwaffe uniform.
  65. BEING AT THE Fleece Fair reminded Ralph unpleasantly of the same event a year ago, and he touched his misshapen nose.
  66. The Golden Fleece has been used by another man on a mountain on the other side of the world for spiritual inspiration.
  67. The traders were packing up their leftover goods and dismantling their stalls: the Fleece Fair was over for another year.
  68. He turns to Ted and unzips his fleece to reveal straining shirt buttons barely containing the enthusiastic expanse of his belly.
  69. In some provinces of Spain, I have been assured, the sheep is frequently killed merely for the sake of the fleece and the tallow.
  70. We’d have to finish the stone roadbed after the Fleece Fair, then it would harden in time to be used normally in the third year.
  71. Their leader, clutching the rolled-up fleece, was on a plane to Pakistan, and headed for a mountainous region bordering Afghanistan.
  72. George lighted the sock, grabbed the knife from his teeth, and slashed the ocky straps that held the Golden Fleece onto the roof racks.
  73. With his flannel and fleece and flyaway hair and bare feet, he looked almost warm and fuzzy, and yet I knew he was about as fuzzy as a T.
  74. As we trudged back up Half-Blood Hill to the pine tree where the Golden Fleece glittered, I half expected to see Thalia there, waiting for us.
  75. The rooms we had before were clean and the beds lain with fresh covers of wolf-skins over linen sheets, the bolsters newly stuffed with fleece.
  76. When he opened the door, he was surprised to see a young man not in a hotel uniform at all but in a black fleece jacket and a cap hiding part of his face.
  77. Friday was bargain day at the Fleece Fair, when traders sold their remaining stocks at reduced prices so that they would not have to carry the goods home.
  78. She had Ingrid try a pair of the least awful-looking shoes so that she could find the proper size, then chose for the teenager a gray fleece sports outfit.
  79. She shrank from leaving her ewe-lamb, white as herself, alone in the midst of a selfish world that sought to strip her of her fleece and grasp her treasures.
  80. Only the flight deck up front was heated, so the men in the rear tramped around in fleece jackets, fur-lined boots, and, sometimes, electrically heated suits.
  81. The men drew their sheepskin clothes, loose pants, and jackets of lambskin with the fleece inside and they drew oxygen masks and parachutes and fleece-lined boots.
  82. Reaching the barbed wire fence at the far side, they milled about, the ones nearest the fence getting caught on the barbs, tearing lumps of fleece from their coats.
  83. Back in my tent, I put on my fleece leggings and anorak, crawled into my sleeping bag, and zipped it all the way up to my chin, cinching its hood tight around my head.
  84. The best I could do most days was splash my face and strip off my sweat-drenched T-shirt and shorts before swaddling myself in my fleece anorak and leggings for the night.
  85. It was like an enormous unclipped sheep in its fleece, but in size it was far larger than the largest elephant, and its breadth seemed to be nearly as great as its height.
  86. Being led in such a way, all too often serves as a mask for their indulgence of the lower emotional passions, and an opportunity to fleece those they consider to be their sheep.
  87. ONE YEAR AFTER THE DEATH of Anthony, Kingsbridge Priory was a different place, Godwyn thought, with satisfaction, as he stood in the cathedral on the Sunday after the Fleece Fair.
  88. Fragments of vases found on the Acropolis itself picture wings in just this way; or it may be Athena's aegis, the fleece of a sheep or the earth's surface that is so represented.
  89. The seventh Sunday after Easter, it fell in May or June, soon after most of England’s sheep had been sheared; and so it was always the first day of the Kingsbridge Fleece Fair.
  90. If that hope were to be dashed in this court today, the annual Fleece Fair and the weekly market would almost disappear, and the yield from a tenth would fall below fifty pounds.
  91. Mr Hume observes, that in the Saxon times, the fleece was estimated at two-fifths of the value of the whole sheep and that this was much above the proportion of its present estimation.
  92. The light fleece top that she had ultimately decided to bring along sat snugly over her shoulders, not worn, as that would be too much admission of sensibility, but comforting nonetheless.
  93. Counting upon my reputation as a man whose purse-strings are easily loosened, Tchebaroff thought it would be a simple matter to fleece me, especially by trading on my gratitude to Pavlicheff.
  94. Some were Lit’ry Clubs, some political, and some were Clubs for Pranksters, like the Golden Fleece, wherein each Member assum’d a new Name, such as Sir Whore-Hunter, or Sir Boozy Prate-All.
  95. Comfortably warm in her fleece, Alice took her time walking home, enjoying the cold autumn air smell and the crunchy swishing sound her feet made as they strolled through the piles of grounded leaves.
  96. Thenardier had withdrawn discreetly, without venturing to wish him a good night, as he did not wish to treat with disrespectful cordiality a man whom he proposed to fleece royally the following morning.
  97. Diplomat or not, I don't know; I only know that he charged himself on my account with a mission, which he terminated so entirely to my satisfaction, that had I been king, I should Golden Fleece and the Garter.
  98. None o’ that! D’ye hear? We’ll have no Cunny-Catchers in this Coach! ’Tis Golden Fleece I’m after, not Fleece-Hunters! Hands off, d’ye hear, or I’ll blow yer own Captain Standish to High Heaven.
  99. She makes a point of greeting a middle aged man in a blue fleece, shows him and the lads to a group of tables in front of the stage and suggests that they give her an order so that she can bring the drinks over.
  100. Of course, Celeste, who didn’t have much interest in clothes, probably didn’t even register the difference between Perry and rumpled, unshaven Ed, with his old musty-smelling, olive-green fleece over his T-shirt.
  1. And now you are fleecing me.
  2. This popular notion that the Spacers are fleecing Earth is false.
  3. And Li can’t even pretend that we are fleecing Earth: we are shipping things at a low profit margin and have been for years.
  4. He was locked in a duel with a very experienced (at fleecing customers that is) young lady in a strange game based on knocking nails into a block of wood.
  5. He asked me to raise money for him and promised to multiply it a hundredfold in six months! I do not know how many fools he hooked, but dramatic forecasts have always been good for fleecing the public.
  6. Joseph had to repress a content smile then: while the sum quoted by the woman was higher than even his best hopes, he didn’t want to give her the impression that he was fleecing her, so that he could come back on another trip and profit again from such good prices.
  7. How obvious a fact do you need to prove that the old-boy network of mutual corruption in all of business and government is still alive and well…? Martha Stewart, a wealthy, billionairess woman? Being jailed for a 40 thousand dollar investment peccadillo? While Ron Lay, who organized the largest corporate fleecing of the world, and his employees, and America in human history… to the tune of uncounted hundreds of billions of dollars: free as a bird? Along with all the other rich white males responsible for their corporate corruption scandals… like Tyson chicken, and the Gas Corporations, and the Power Companies, etc…? All unprosecuted, and free as a bird? Free to enjoy their spoils? The list is endless.
  8. Maybe the corporate health sector symbolizes the Goring Syndrome like nothing else; the assorted diagnostic reports sought by the self-serving doctors that rob their patients’ savings would only serve the auxiliary health services; even conceding that the capital involved in setting up a corporate hospital is mind-boggling, begging for returns on investment, that the doctors there allow themselves to turn into con men to trick the sick is in deed sickening; I wonder how these are better than the pimps fleecing the whores; in spite of their daytime black deeds, the fact that they are able to sleep at nights shows that they have self-anesthetized their collective consciences; even as Hippocrates could be turning in his grave, wonder how these fare in hell as and when they reach there.
  1. Clearly we had been fleeced.
  2. Last year’s bill included 1,850 earmarks that fleeced taxpayers of $9 billion.
  3. So all the port towns became rich off getting their own hometown sailors being fleeced.
  4. Also, nothing could worry her less than a couple of rich business groups being fleeced of some of their innovations.
  5. Ordinary investors were fleeced by big institutions that manipulated the markets to their own advantage and they had no comeback.
  6. In Japan’s Okuchichibu Mountains stands the holy peak of Mitsumine, its sides fleeced in forest, its summit ornamented with an ancient shrine.
  7. No one was betting, they had already fleeced each other bone dry before I’d arrived but we were having just as much fun as the die came up to my stated calls.
  8. What was my surprise when, in a momentary glance at him, I recognized in him that very Iván Ivánovitch Zourine who had so well fleeced me in the Simbirsk inn!.
  9. The next thing I heard there had been a scandal at one of the Northumberland Avenue hotels: a traveller had been fleeced of a large sum by two confederate card-sharpers, and the matter was in the hands of Scotland Yard.
  10. Nancy had been most vigilant about making sure that those poor, desperate pilgrims seeking healing in Jerusalem didn’t get fleeced by unscrupulous local hotel and restaurant owners during their short visits to the Holy Land.
  11. Then their bands burst into the Star-Spangled Banner; and stretched across the heavens, with silver stars shining from a sky of blue and the crimson glare of the setting sun intersected by white fleeced bars of cloud, the very spirit of Old Glory was typified.
  12. For every Russian peasant the question as to what government he will be under (since he knows that, no matter under what government he may be, he will be fleeced just the same) has incomparably less meaning than the question as to whether, I will not say the water is good, but as to whether the clay is soft and as to whether there will be a good crop of cabbage.
  13. They are enabled to take freight on so much lower terms than American vessels can afford to do it in consequence of the very great difference of duties in Great Britain, between importations in America or in a British ship, that we cannot compete with them unless you will countervail them, and take a decisive stand in defence of your commerce to continental Europe, and carry your produce direct to the consumers, and be no longer subjected to be fleeced by the monopolizers and retailers of the old world.
  1. The trade in fleeces has declined, she said.
  2. He’s put it all into fleeces that he can’t sell.
  3. Grabbing some fleeces and closing the door she piled.
  4. Caris had brought him the raw fleeces in a standard woolsack.
  5. Not spun wool, but many shearling fleeces crudely sewn together.
  6. Philemon suddenly interjected: They say the Italian merchants are buying fleeces in Spain.
  7. Here and there, flocks of sheep scour the ground, they look undernourished and thin, their fleeces bitty.
  8. She had watched her father buy fleeces in the same quantity as usual, despite the poor prospects, and had.
  9. A vile wind that has no doubt blown ere this through prison corridors and cells, and wards of hospitals, and ventilated them, and now comes blowing hither as innocent as fleeces.
  10. The denser nocturnal vapours, attacked by the warm beams, were dividing and shrinking into isolated fleeces within hollows and coverts, where they waited till they should be dried away to nothing.
  11. The deed assigned the vacant lordship to Kingsbridge Priory, and specified the annual dues – grain, fleeces, calves and chickens - payable to the priory by the serfs and tenants who farmed the land.
  12. Peter told her, rather late, that the material would soak up dye more completely if she worked with the yarn before it was woven, or even with raw fleeces; and that improved the shade, but not the fastness.
  13. Every owner of wool within ten miles of the sea coast must give an account in writing, three days after shearing, to the next officer of the customs, of the number of his fleeces, and of the places where they are lodged.
  14. And before he removes any part of them, he must give the like notice of the number and weight of the fleeces, and of the name and abode of the person to whom they are sold, and of the place to which it is intended they should be carried.
  15. Yet even if we add neatherds, shepherds, and other herdsmen, in order that our husbandmen may have oxen to plough with, and builders as well as husbandmen may have draught cattle, and curriers and weavers fleeces and hides,--still our State will not be very large.
  16. There lives—not in Russia alone, but anywhere you please, in France, England, Germany, America—a rich landed proprietor, and for the right which he gives to certain people living on his land, to draw their sustenance from it, he fleeces these for the most part hungry people to their fullest extent.
  17. Look'd on the vapor as it flew in fleeces tinged with violet,.

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