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Gloss numa frase em (in ingles)

  1. I wiped off the lip gloss.
  2. Do not dismiss or gloss.
  3. Washed on to white gloss.
  4. I found her lip gloss in my.
  5. Let us all gloss over his crimes.
  6. If this is the case then gloss over.
  7. This can also apply to wearing lip gloss.
  8. Her hand was shaking as she applied the gloss.
  9. Girl doesn't need lip gloss to catch my eye there.
  10. Thus I will not feel bad if you gloss over this section.
  11. Doors were painted gloss red and the hollowed doorsteps.
  12. And let’s not gloss it over, that’s what it is – a threat.
  13. The gloss of her hair was visible, and the perfect shape of her bottom.
  14. He felt his eyes gloss over as the familiar thin black film covered them.
  15. Beat the fudge with a wooden spoon until it thickens and loses its gloss.
  16. Continue beating until soft peaks form and candy starts to lose its gloss.
  17. Thus a glosa (gloss) is a poem beginning with a text, aline of which enters.
  18. Before we began our journey, the animals coats had been rubbed to a high gloss.
  19. As with the other port, everything was painted a high gloss white with blue trim.
  20. I slip a comb in to keep one side off my face and apply mascara and some lip gloss.
  21. The leopard will always be simply ‚found', orphaned, the fiction a banal gloss on a.
  22. I've plastered it, painted it, run its new wires, sanded its floors, and laid the gloss.
  23. Beth’s blond hair curled in soft waves around her face and she wore pale pink lip gloss.
  24. Their decision to tell everything without feel-good gloss is really the core of the book.
  25. It was exactly as if they had both had at heart to gloss over any recent little friction.
  26. Add vanilla; continue beating until the mixture becomes stiff and begins to lose its gloss.
  27. Remove from heat, and beat with a wooden spoon until the mixture is thick and loses its gloss.
  28. Another effect that we seem to gloss over is the influence of the advertisers on children, which.
  29. Checking her reflection in the visor mirror, she added a hint more lip gloss and fluffed her hair.
  30. Increase to high speed once the syrup is in, and whip until the candy is stiff and loses its gloss.
  31. A tall girl, with large dark-blue eyes, ivory outlines, and a gloss of darkness on her smooth hair.
  32. Isn't that statement the truth? Isn't that really the situation when stripped of its gloss and spin?
  33. The car I worked for four years to pay for is a gloss black luxury sedan with a mirror tinted moon roof.
  34. I was very glad that I’d taken a little more care with my hair than usual and had put on some lip gloss.
  35. Before moving in, I removed some interior walls and painted the rest a creamy yellow, with white gloss trim.
  36. She had to live it and it was too brutal, too hostile, for her even to try to gloss over its harshness with a smile.
  37. Leaning forward, she applied another layer of dark cherry gloss to her lips, and then fluffed out her long blond hair.
  38. If man does not follow this way of belief, he will gloss over the matters necessary to his spirit and thereby delude it.
  39. But when the plate passes a speed camera the paint produces a high-powered gloss that reflects light back to the camera.
  40. I could see that she was pretty, and from the gloss with which the light shone upon her dark dress I knew that it was a rich material.
  41. When Don Lorenzo had finished reciting his gloss, Don Quixote stood up, and in a loud voice, almost a shout, exclaimed as he grasped Don.
  42. Tindairn was so into the gloss she made Nuran look like a erudite intellectual instead of the rough and tumble herdsman's daughter that she was.
  43. The vodka did not help in that department; even if she thought it did It merely served to gloss over the depths of devastation that she now felt.
  44. Edge curled snapshots, photographs that have been bent back and forth so much that the polished gloss of the paper has cracked right across a face.
  45. For two days a solitary and bereaved plug hat on the emporium’s platform turned its fuzzy gloss toward the bend in the road at the clump of alders.
  46. The seed of the nettle, mixed with fodder, gives gloss to the hair of animals; the root, mixed with salt, produces a beautiful yellow coloring-matter.
  47. But Levin, as he talked to his brother, was continually looking round at Vronsky, trying to think of something to say to him to gloss over his rudeness.
  48. How were you going to comfort me, Adara? Running his thumb over her left cheek, he couldn’t stop staring at her lips; she colored them in a red gloss.
  49. Don’t just stand there, she screamed at him as the world turned a brilliant shade of gloss white in a storm of paparazzi shouts and exploding flash bulbs.
  50. Whatever gloss the various spectators put upon the interest, according to their several arts and powers of self-deceit, the interest was, at the root of it, Ogreish.
  51. She studied the people, searching for a few of the beauty standards of OC: a French manicure, the glistening of gloss hair products, the telltale perks of a boob job.
  52. So, their religious conversion should’ve enabled them to gloss over the drudgery of ‘here’ aided by the hope the ‘hereafter’ would have embedded in their belief.
  53. You can find lip colors already infused with glitter and shimmer or you can layer on your regular lipstick and then top it with a layer of gloss with glitter speckles in them.
  54. Trabb, taking down a roll of cloth, and tiding it out in a flowing manner over the counter, preparatory to getting his hand under it to show the gloss, is a very sweet article.
  55. When the Blue Beat craze hit in the early ’60s, Joe treated it like any other dance sensation and attempted to take his gloss of a Jamaican ska record into the ballroom repertoire.
  56. With its beige sidewalls, Cream headliner and Beige carpet he immediately pulled out one of those dual fold-down executive tables with its leather inserts covered in high gloss veneer.
  57. If someone were urging them to gloss this case over quickly, there was certainly more to this than initially met the eye, which in and of itself naturally piqued Wickland’s curiosity.
  58. Only now is his true stinking personality brought to light: in fact he is so disgustingly a foil of the undead, that historians today try to gloss over his existence as much as possible.
  59. Then the luxuriant swell of flesh that rose from the small of his back, and terminates its double cope at where the thighs are set off, perfectly dazzled one with its watery glistening gloss.
  60. Do you know what’s going to be your likely response then? As if to prove to yourself that your sex appeal hasn’t lost its gloss, you’ll take on another lover to sing the same praises of you.
  61. It did not seem as if Balder gave interviews, and because of that, there was a sort of mythological gloss over all of the details of his life – as if they had been romanticized by admiring students.
  62. Not having mediated the circumstance of that death sentence hanging like the Damocles sword over my head that kiss would have never left my lips, and the magician and I had not discovered their glare gloss.
  63. It had a smal colection of miniatures a used pen, a hair pin, a tissue with pink lop gloss on it, a bookmark, my poem from grapevine and a blazer folded and wrapped in a transparent plastic paper, the one I wore once.
  64. Ginger's be-freckled golden skin, which matched the golden hair that she kept tied up tight in a bun, along with her aviator sunglasses and bright pink lip gloss, masked the harsh interior life of the tireless watchdog.
  65. She actually blessed the dimness in the room: it made it easier for her mind to gloss over the bruises, already turning a dark rainbow of blue and green and yellow and black, that mottled his hip and thigh and arm as merely shadows.
  66. With the basics done, both girls spend the next hour studiously making themselves up to look like they don't care; hair professionally unkempt, foundation, a hint of lip gloss, a dash of sparkle, nails scrubbed, and in Leona's case painted purple.
  67. And the less believing Musalmans, instead of resorting to self-introspection over the inimical aspects of Islam, tend to gloss them over with such clichés as, ‘Islam is a religion of peace’, and of late, ‘terrorists have no religion’ et al.
  68. Why did the British continue the war against seemingly insurmountable odds, especially when Hitler was still prepared to offer generous peace terms? Most sources tend to gloss over this issue and it is only by reading newspapers of this period that the full abhorrence of Hitler’s regime is brought home.
  69. It might be possible after all to gloss over almost anything and win the election, but none of us dared to think what it might mean if Miss Ashton not only suspected that Carton had been fraternizing with the bosses but also that there had been or by some possibility could be anything really in common between him and Mrs.
  70. The cut of his clothes would have made him pass for an elegant man, if those clothes had not been torn to shreds; still they did not show signs of wear, and the fine cloth, beneath the careful hands of the prisoner, soon recovered its gloss in the parts which were still perfect, for the wearer tried his best to make it assume the.
  71. In her opinion he was not without abilities, he knew how to make an entrance and to appear to advantage, he understood how to listen and be silent with profundity, had acquired a quite distinguished deportment, could make a speech, indeed had even some odds and ends of thought, and had caught the necessary gloss of modern liberalism.
  72. He carried a sword over his shoulder, and slung on it a budget or bundle of his clothes apparently, probably his breeches or pantaloons, and his cloak and a shirt or two; for he had on a short jacket of velvet with a gloss like satin on it in places, and had his shirt out; his stockings were of silk, and his shoes square-toed as they wear them at court.
  73. Laurie did not read all this while he watched her feed the peacocks, but he saw enough to satisfy and interest him, and carried away a pretty little picture of a bright-faced girl standing in the sunshine, which brought out the soft hue of her dress, the fresh color of her cheeks, the golden gloss of her hair, and made her a prominent figure in the pleasant scene.
  74. Because Moses had brought a Law from God, and if it was God's intention to make marriage 'an union between one man and one wife', why did He give Moses regulations about polygamy? The above-mentioned Dictionary of Bible tries to gloss over this difficulty by saying, Moses, who was correcting abuses, not suddenly abolishing them, did not forbid polygamy, but discouraged it.
  75. When the cloth had been removed, grace said and their hands washed, Don Quixote earnestly pressed Don Lorenzo to repeat to him his verses for the poetical tournament, to which he replied, Not to be like those poets who, when they are asked to recite their verses, refuse, and when they are not asked for them vomit them up, I will repeat my gloss, for which I do not expect any prize, having composed it merely as an exercise of ingenuity.
  76. Then gently removing her hand, which in the first emotion of natural modesty, she had carried thither, he gave us rather a glimpse than a view of that soft narrow chink running its little length downwards, and hiding the remains of it between her thighs; but plain was to be seen the fringe of light-brown curls, in beauteous growth over it, that with their silk gloss created a pleasing variety from the surrounding white, whose lustre too, their gentle embrowning shade, considerably raised.
  77. He was so good as to express the opinion that, if I don't go in for the career of an archimandrite in the immediate future and don't become a monk, I shall be sure to go to Petersburg and get on to some solid magazine as a reviewer, that I shall write for the next ten years, and in the end become the owner of the magazine, and bring it out on the liberal and atheistic side, with a socialistic tinge, with a tiny gloss of socialism, but keeping a sharp look out all the time, that is, keeping in with both sides and hoodwinking the fools.
  78. Her gallant began first, as she stood, to disengage, her breasts, and restore them to the liberty of nature, from the easy confinement of no more than a pair of jumps; but on their coming out to view, we thought a new light was added to the room, so superiourly shining was their whiteness; then they rose in so happy a swell as to compose her a well horned fullness of bosom, that had such an effect on the eye as to seem flash hardened into marble, of which it emulated the polished gloss, and far surpassed even the whitest, in the life and lustre of its colours, white weined with blue.
  79. The line originally used in the fishery was of the best hemp, slightly vapoured with tar, not impregnated with it, as in the case of ordinary ropes; for while tar, as ordinarily used, makes the hemp more pliable to the rope-maker, and also renders the rope itself more convenient to the sailor for common ship use; yet, not only would the ordinary quantity too much stiffen the whale-line for the close coiling to which it must be subjected; but as most seamen are beginning to learn, tar in general by no means adds to the rope's durability or strength, however much it may give it compactness and gloss.
  80. He spends the whole day in settling whether Homer expressed himself correctly or not in such and such a line of the Iliad, whether Martial was indecent or not in such and such an epigram, whether such and such lines of Virgil are to be understood in this way or in that; in short, all his talk is of the works of these poets, and those of Horace, Perseus, Juvenal, and Tibullus; for of the moderns in our own language he makes no great account; but with all his seeming indifference to Spanish poetry, just now his thoughts are absorbed in making a gloss on four lines that have been sent him from Salamanca, which I suspect are for some poetical tournament.
  1. She shared the last week’s events, glossing over Sicarius’s role and her suppositions about him.
  2. CFDs are heavily marketed to new and inexperienced traders, extolling their potential gains, while glossing over risks.
  3. Judge Pomeroy charged the jury, I thought with eminent fairness and impartiality, even, perhaps, glossing over some points which Kahn's weak presentation might have allowed him to make more of if Kahn had been bolder and stronger in pressing them.
  4. The three of them shyly laughed until Tabitha jumped in and said, You should have seen us girls, combing our hair, spraying our hair, lip glossing like mad, and primping and everything in our compact mirrors in the dark back seat of her mom’s car on the way here.
  5. Suspicious ‖suicides‖, in particular, do not seem to make much of an impression on liberal journalists eager to protect one of their own by glossing over the legal and ethical failings of their favorite sons and daughters (which is putting it mildly) and reporting them on page 23 of the Washington Post or the New York Times; that would otherwise have discredited a Republican Administration and brought it down to its knees.
  6. I stretched across the divan and took the phone to my ear, semi- conscious, speaking in a whisper, eyes closed to kill the light from the window, the words an echo of something imagined, old words rehashed, the sounds the same as before with nothing in-between but the want of sleep, perfunctories, pleasantries, glossing over gaps, I’ll be at the Starlight Diner at eleven, come along, the brevity a blessing, then glad to set the clock on the phone and put my head back on the pillow.
  1. His eyes glossed.
  2. Her eyes glossed.
  3. Tears glossed his eyes.
  4. We have glossed over an.
  5. Yet, the CMM glossed over or.
  6. Donna’s eyes glossed; she nodded.
  7. Her eyes glossed behind her closed lids.
  8. All to often appearance is glossed over.
  9. Creaturely shins, glossed with blond down.
  10. Donna’s eyes glossed; she swallowed hard.
  11. Behind her veil, tears glossed Donna’s eyes.
  12. A labyrinth of neon glossed hotels, bars, and.
  13. Donna’s mouth gaped; her eyes glossed with tears.
  14. Her eyes glossed as she slowly sat and leaned back.
  15. Gary’s eyes glossed as he slowly opened the folder.
  16. This is conveniently glossed over in every history book today.
  17. Dad was fairly hopeless tidying up and I only glossed over the real dirty bits.
  18. She also suggested that I trade in my usual sheer lip glossed lips for fiery red lips.
  19. Donna’s eyes glossed as she continued to stare at her mother’s image, frozen on the screen.
  20. Julie's face was a picture, her pink glossed lips in a perfect circle as she sharply drew her breath.
  21. He was vividly remembering the moment when Roger's eyes had glossed over when Lotinger noticed the abandoned truck far too late.
  22. He inhales deeply of memory-residue on the air, the scent of sex on skin, of wings glossed with sweat, of sheets damp with passion.
  23. I absolutely loved what had been done with the villa’s landscape, but I glossed over my enjoyment of the surroundings too consumed with what was to come.
  24. Therefore, scientism is a levelling process, just like collectivism is a levelling process: individual details are often glossed over in search of the bigger unifying picture.
  25. Those so-called experts who were trying to fix the schools glossed over the basic fact that teacher quality or educational strategies didn’t matter if the students were absent in body or mind.
  26. The mass transportation of millions of poor against their will from the countryside, into the industrial factories has been completely glossed over and whitewashed by historians and history books.
  27. But unlike in the times gone by, led by the Sangh Parivar, the Gujarati Hindu retaliation that followed accounted for 790 Musalmans (falsified by the Congress chamchas in the TV circuit as 2000-odd to politically hurt the irrepressible Narendra Modi, the Chief Minister of the State) in which rioting 254 Hindus too were dead, which fact was equally glossed over by the pseudo-secular media.
  28. Hitler was the first human being to propose this idea: This fact has been glossed over as not important… while all the other assholes who came later: all the hypocrites who spout Hitler’s original ideal solution but don’t mean what they say are extolled as humanitarians while Hitler is tarred as a monster: Exposes how full of shit and how one-sided and prejudiced the Jewish media is against this one man.
  1. In reality, however, it glosses over the tension between.
  2. On it were hundreds of lip glosses and tubes of lipsticks.
  3. Below are his major ideas, as expressed in his own words, followed by my glosses.
  4. In most cases, most lip products, such as lipsticks and lip glosses can last for about 1 to 2 years.
  5. Observe how ingenuously he underlines certain words, and how crudely he glosses over his hidden thoughts.
  6. What would be our condition if we were to take the interpretations given to that sacred book, which is or ought to be the criterion of our faith, for the book itself? We should find the Holy Bible buried beneath the interpretations, glosses, and comments of councils, synods, and learned divines, which have produced swarms of intolerant and furious sects, partaking less of the mildness and meekness of their origin than of a vindictive spirit of hostility towards each other.

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