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Foul numa frase em (in ingles)

It was a foul day.
It was some foul jest.
Len let out a foul curse.
Mordan gave a foul curse.
He surfaced with a foul.
A few suspected foul play.
All is neglected and foul.

The foul odor that poured.
Blind men fell foul of them.
Fly, if you value your foul.
The air was foul, and thick.
It is a covered up foul mess.
With a foul curse he turned.
A cold, foul wind flew inside.
He had vomited a foul bloody.
Is sweeter than thy Helen foul.
The foul odor that poured out.
Do we have to? It tastes foul.
The weather was thoroughly foul.
And my imaginations are as foul.
Don't try to foul this effort up.
That's the thing about foul balls.
Jack was tired and in a foul mood.
Foul, I to the fountain fly;.
He turned a foul eye toward Lurch.
Tejeshwar; evinced his foul smile.
But, as you know, no foul play.
I smell his foul breath as he talks.
Homais fell foul of the confessional.
And cry out foul, now that's uncouth.
Today comes the foul dawn I foresaw.
To bait me with this foul derision?
I’d caught a foul scent in the air.
He has taken up with foul folk, with.
A wave of foul air flooded his senses.
Ganesh winced at the foul smelling paste.
Murder most foul, as in the best it is;.
All she could feel was death, the foul.
You wish to be free of the foul one?
Darren was sitting at home in a foul mood.
The police? This city will turn crazy, a real battlefield fouling the.
But what I contend against is the way medical men are fouling their own.
In order to counteract a biological fouling of the resins, the facility.
And we are fouling the cleanest remaining resources as fast as we can find them and despoil them.
Not that a Leftist might not like the cigar, but he cannot be perceived as fouling the air with one.
Gritich bodies and ash were strewn all over the forest, their blood hissing out and fouling the air.
But here, this whole thing is ancient and different, and we have to set down somewhere and start fouling it up.
The figure of the wild man burst into flames and a deeper voice of darkness broke forth fouling the air with its utterance.
With nationalist propaganda fouling his mind he questioned whether the Jews that looked so peculiar to him were even Germans.
The sooner he got up there, the sooner he could head off Metro Police, who were no doubt fouling up his crime scene at that very moment.
They danced drunkenly on the shore of an empty sea, fouling the air with their three tongues, and burning it with their cats' eyes malevolently aglitter:.
They danced drunkenly on the shore of an empty sea, fouling the air with their three tongues, and burning it with their cats’ eyes malevolently aglitter:.
Frank, studiously ignoring the spectacle that was Lloyd, said with more conviction than was warranted, Detroit is the only team that needs to worry about players fouling out.
The mast ripped through the protective netting rigged above the decks, crushing half a dozen men, fouling three more guns in the starboard broadside, and then plunging over the side like a sea anchor.
Because of the often restricted space in the sound for the fishery, boats can be close to each other, sometimes too close, resulting not infrequently in collisions, or fouling of nets in propellers etc.
Why for sure Islam in the original form had outlived its utility to the poor believers, and if only the stilted media gets its act right to drive home this point into the minority minds, the interests of the Indian Musalmans would be well-served that its sophism is fouling.
Boy, I really fouled that up.
The batter fouled the ball straight up.
Yes, fouled up the end of his upbringing.
Unobserved, for the moment, Kris fouled himself.
Likewise, when the air has been fouled ( smoke or.
All over, their spoor fouled the pristine environment.
The motor was full of water, the battery fouled by now.
The third pitch was sent into the crowd, as a fouled tip.
Ugh – he fouled himself – that stink, replied Johnny.
So even the act of ridding the Sacred Earth of these foul scum: fouled their Sacred Earth.
Notice also how the seven spirits of evil merge the symbolism of water and earth, hence fouled.
Beside the tents the old cars stood, and water fouled the ignition wires and water fouled the carburetors.
There’s not enough to go round, an order from the supplier fouled up, so they decide to offer a choice.
He said that the public baths were for the common folk and were usually quite crowded and tended to get fouled.
I’m thinking his heart attack, or stroke, or whatever it was that brought him down, fouled up the entire operation.
Hundreds of thousands of dollars are at stake and if nets get fouled or a seiner comes up with empty nets, all can be lost.
The punt would not have left the bank or, if it had, would have run aground or been fouled by weeds or some other obstruction.
In it, he says not only was the whole show fouled up, but you shot up a bus and napalmed the passengers when they tried to escape.
Bottles of spirits circulated among the Australians, while smokers fouled the air and sprinkled ash and butts over the marble floor.
The teacher is in charge, and in a football game, you have to learn that the referee has the final say - even when you think you have been fouled.
There, there, I won't! From this field of corruption fouled by flies, let's pass to my tragedy, also befouled by flies, that is by every sort of vileness.
Getting their luggage was such a fouled up mess that the four men decided to hit the bar on the top floor overlooking the airport and retrieve their bags later.
These forceps can seize firmly hold of any object; and Alexander Agassiz has seen an Echinus or sea-urchin rapidly passing particles of excrement from forceps to forceps down certain lines of its body, in order that its shell should not be fouled.
Has Werner ever seen snow this white, snow that was not fouled immediately with ash and coal dust? The only emissaries from the outside world are the occasional songbird who lands in the lindens beyond the quadrangle, blown astray by distant storm or battle or both, and two callow-faced corporals who come into the refectory every week or so—always after the prayer, always just as the boys have placed the first morsel of dinner in their mouths—to pass beneath the blazonry and stop behind a cadet and whisper in his ear that his father has been killed in action.
But what if he fouls out?
I thought that it was unfair that fouls that were obvious were not being called.
In just seven minutes Kurt had committed six fouls and his team was thoroughly demolished, losing 21-6.
The first half played out as expected, with Detroit taking a twenty-point lead before Chuck could call enough fouls to foul out each of Detroit’s best players.

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