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Luxuriant numa frase em (in ingles)

  1. Her hair was thick and luxuriant.
  2. A tophat sits next to him on the luxuriant leather seat.
  3. She used jeweled combs to catch the luxuriant hair on top of her head.
  4. Rinsing out, she reveled in the luxuriant warmth and steam of the shower.
  5. Andalusians can be grey, white or bay with thick luxuriant manes and tails.

  6. Holmes, my hair is somewhat luxuriant, and of a rather peculiar tint of chestnut.
  7. Bors and Rodnik relished their stay in the luxuriant setting of Coermantyr Castle.
  8. Except in one case the Saxons were not bearded but mostly sported luxuriant mustaches.
  9. The old man was very distinguished looking with an imperious face and a luxuriant head of.
  10. Her hair was long, black and luxuriant like heavy liquid, and in her eyes was the glint of.
  11. Angora lizard—a Safeholdian lizard with a particularly luxuriant, cashmere-like coat.
  12. And so, for the spirit, this body will be like a luxuriant garden giving off pleasant perfumes.
  13. Some locks of her luxuriant hair had come loose and showed below the shawl on her right shoulder.
  14. Age-old traditions invested it with shuddery horror for anyone born in the hot, luxuriant southern plains.
  15. The summit showed every sign of a luxuriant vegetation, with bushes near the edge, and farther back many high trees.

  16. Soft to the foot, these densely textured lawns would have rivaled the most luxuriant carpets woven by the hand of man.
  17. No sound disturbed the morning quiet as Conan stole to the foot of the wall which rose sheer from the luxuriant growth.
  18. It’s the Fourth Power of the Rainbow, symbolizing the healthy grounding elements of luxuriant growth and conception.
  19. Along the Ohio, a wide intervale of the richest alluvion is found, which produces as luxuriant a growth of vegetation as any in the world.
  20. The Chinese have been aware of the power of Saw Palmetto, Nettle Root and other herbs in helping to maintain healthy luxuriant hair growth.
  21. Humidifiers distribute humidity required by the plants inside the greenhouse thereby promoting luxuriant foliage and better plant propagation.
  22. Blackened rocks and mounds of lava I had already seen everywhere peeping out from amid the luxuriant vegetation which draped them, but this asphalt.
  23. His luxuriant black locks were gone, his head was closely cropped, and as I glanced at it he smiled and said: I shall sleep at the barracks to-night.
  24. As luxuriant as the soil he depicts, the content stands as a poetic evocation of life, with its magic and tragedies, of the various countries he tours.
  25. Behind an ivory, gold- inlaid writing-table sat a man whose broad shoulders and sun-browned skin seemed out of place among those luxuriant surroundings.

  26. The statesman received us with that old-fashioned courtesy for which he is remarkable, and seated us on the two luxuriant lounges on either side of the fireplace.
  27. When the borehole was sunk and at last there was an abundance of water to satisfy the growing trees and the luxuriant undergrowth they shaded, my joy was boundless.
  28. Cool when the woman with luxuriant platinum blonde hair, possessing the beauty of a siren from an archive Hollywood movie, sat beside him, smiled and introduced herself.
  29. And overwhelmed with rapture he showed Arkady Ivanovitch a curl of luxuriant, jet-black hair; then he kissed it fervently and put it in his breast pocket, nearest his heart.
  30. Its top is level, and at the time I visited it, was so completely covered with weeds, bushes, and trees of most luxuriant growth, that I could not examine it as well as I wished.
  31. She had cut it that very morning on account of the new moon and it nestled about her pretty head in a profusion of luxuriant clusters and pared her nails too, Thursday for wealth.
  32. How could anyone forget such a beautiful pale face surrounded by such thick, luxuriant black hair? He caught himself staring and slightly embarrassed continued walking toward the desk.
  33. The region once more became the luxuriant paradise it had been in an earlier time: its fruits and grain filled the markets of Damascus as its harvested bounty flooded across the entire area.
  34. 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.
  35. The luxuriant vegetation which covers these prairies and barrens at that season of the year, begins to putrefy, and fills with unhealthy exhalations every gale of wind which passes over them.
  36. It can indeed boast of many parks and gardens and even luxuriant vegetation, avenues decorated with rows of trees and a 19th century stone architecture surprising in its elegance and parsimony.
  37. Mahmud Shariff was a famous Syrian actor, star of stage and screen, a sixties heart-throb, whose smouldering black eyes and luxuriant moustache had scarred the hearts of women by their thousands.
  38. It was a sad transformation, too, that her rich and luxuriant hair had either been cut off, or was so completely hidden by a cap, that not a shining lock of it ever once gushed into the sunshine.
  39. Canadians, Americans and Europeans flock to the vast mountain landscape with its luxuriant forests, sparkling pools and streams, dancing waterfalls, gushing white rapids and luxurious resort villages.
  40. One of them particularly, a fascinating, fair woman, with very thick luxuriant hair, such as I had never seen before and probably shall never see again, seemed to have taken a vow never to leave me in peace.
  41. Here they sat down on a luxuriant heap of moss; which, at some epoch of the preceding century, had been a gigantic pine, with its roots and trunk in the darksome shade, and its head aloft in the upper atmosphere.
  42. Tall and broad-shouldered, he was imposing rather than handsome, with a face that might have been moulded for power: a big nose, high cheekbones and luxuriant long hair just beginning to recede from his high forehead.
  43. The birds with their plumage and their notes are in harmony with the flowers, but what youth or maiden conspires with the wild luxuriant beauty of Nature? She flourishes most alone, far from the towns where they reside.
  44. We proceeded to the Marist campus and residence and, in spite of the persistent drizzle, we were able to appreciate the luxuriant fields where we, students, used to do essential manual labor, such as pick fruit from trees.
  45. The seasonal rains had turned the countryside into an enormous, colorful garden, filled with the luxuriant bush Karroo, and the spreading Rhenoster bush and heaths and diosmas plants that could be found nowhere else in the world.
  46. Good things lost amid a wilderness of weeds, to be sure, whose rankness far overtopped their neglected growth; yet, notwithstanding, evidence of a wealthy soil, that might yield luxuriant crops under other and favourable circumstances.
  47. Good things lost amid a wilderness of weeds, to be sure, whose rankness far over-topped their neglected growth; yet, notwithstanding, evidence of a wealthy soil, that might yield luxuriant crops under other and favourable circumstances.
  48. Living a luxuriant upper-class life of affluence and fame like he does, making tons of money from lectures and books is not how anyone is going to change the corruption of civilization which they live in, profit from and enjoy the benefits of.
  49. Time passed while the train was covering the long distances, travelling through beautiful scenic landscape, from one country to another, with pleasant weather until it passed through an area that was as verdant and beautiful as the most luxuriant garden.
  50. Tilted on one side of her head she had a small cap of gold-colored silk, embroidered with pearls; while on the other a purple rose mingled its glowing colors with the luxuriant masses of her hair, of which the blackness was so intense that it was tinged with blue.
  51. With its magnificent beaches and placid lakes and luxuriant vegetation in plains and mountains, with its driving and supported wild life and above all its animated, well-attended and renowned university, Dunedin could become for Roger a very pleasant and appealing city where to live.
  52. Towards the house the chestnut-trees we have before mentioned rose high above the wall, without in any way affecting the growth of other luxuriant shrubs and flowers that eagerly dressed forward to fill up the vacant spaces, as though asserting their right to enjoy the boon of light and air.
  53. One was short and stocky, powerfully muscled, broad shouldered, robust of limbs, the head squat, the hair black and luxuriant, the mustache heavy, the eyes bright and penetrating, and his whole personality stamped with that southern–blooded zest that, in France, typifies the people of Provence.
  54. Climbing plants are monstrous and luxuriant, but others which have never been known to climb elsewhere learn the art as an escape from that somber shadow, so that the common nettle, the jasmine, and even the jacitara palm tree can be seen circling the stems of the cedars and striving to reach their crowns.
  55. In each of the sisters there was one trait of the mother—and only one; the thin and pallid elder daughter had her parent’s Cairngorm eye: the blooming and luxuriant younger girl had her contour of jaw and chin—perhaps a little softened, but still imparting an indescribable hardness to the countenance otherwise so voluptuous and buxom.
  56. Her posteriors, plump, smooth, and prominent, formed luxuriant tracts of animated snow, that splendidly filled the eye, till it was commanded down the parting or separation of those exquisitely white cliffs, by their narrow vale, and was there stopt, and attracted by the embowered bottom-savity, that terminated this delightful vista and stood.
  57. To reach the foliage at a considerable height (without climbing, for which hoofed animals are singularly ill-constructed) implies greatly increased bulk of body; and we know that some areas support singularly few large quadrupeds, for instance South America, though it is so luxuriant, while South Africa abounds with them to an unparalleled degree.
  58. When I see on the one side the inert bank—for the sun acts on one side first—and on the other this luxuriant foliage, the creation of an hour, I am affected as if in a peculiar sense I stood in the laboratory of the Artist who made the world and me—had come to where he was still at work, sporting on this bank, and with excess of energy strewing his fresh designs about.
  59. At one’s feet springs the dark-green nettle, with its slender crown of flowers, while the broad-leaved burdock, with its bright-pink, prickly blossoms, overtops the raspberries (and even one’s head) with its luxuriant masses, until, with the nettle, it almost meets the pendent, pale-green branches of the old apple-trees where apples, round and lustrous as bone, but as yet unripe, are mellowing in the heat of the sun.
  60. You yourself once lopped off a most luxuriant growth that was, I agree, best away, and now these buds of friendship, of easier circumstances, are going to be nipped off too, and when they are gone what will be left, I wonder, but the uncompromising and the rugged? Is it possible I am so base as to be envious? In spite of my real pleasure I can't shut out certain wistfulness, a certain little pang, and exactly what kind of wistfulness it is and exactly what kind of pang I don't well know unless it is envy.
  61. Imagine, then, natural meadows, of various dimensions, and of every figure which the imagination can conceive, with here and there a gentle rise of ground, decked with a few scattering trees or a thick cluster of them, and bearing a tall, coarse grass, which is thin on the rises, but on the lower grounds thick and luxuriant; imagine, also, a rill of a reddish colour scarcely meandering through ground a little lower than the surrounding plain, and you will have a very correct idea of the appearance of these barrens.
  62. Among other specimens in these two branches, I noted some windowpane oysters with thin valves of unequal size, a type of ostracod unique to the Red Sea and the Indian Ocean, then orange–hued lucina with circular shells, awl–shaped auger shells, some of those Persian murex snails that supply the Nautilus with such wonderful dye, spiky periwinkles fifteen centimeters long that rose under the waves like hands ready to grab you, turban snails with shells made of horn and bristling all over with spines, lamp shells, edible duck clams that feed the Hindu marketplace, subtly luminous jellyfish of the species Pelagia panopyra, and finally some wonderful Oculina flabelliforma, magnificent sea fans that fashion one of the most luxuriant tree forms in this ocean.
  63. Clad with luxuriant foliage, from the trunk,.
  64. On a bank lounged the trapper, he was drest mostly in skins, his luxuriant beard and curls protected his neck, he held his bride by the hand,.

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