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Perplex numa frase em (in ingles)

They have different perplex.
Ferguson was left perplex by that.
The sergeant then looked at his corporal, perplex.
This seemed to perplex and irritate the other mercenaries.
We're dismal enough without conjuring up ghosts and visions to perplex us.
It however explains many things about this young Dows that had left me perplex.
Mayor Cassim repeated the word Yoda, that he heard in his translator, silently to himself, looking perplex.

This was one of those life changing decisions, which may have been planned, that would disturb, perplex, haunt, and taunt me for the rest of my life.
Now watch the movements of the Sadducees, as they frame their proposition for the Lord, expecting to perplex and confuse Him as they had the Pharisees.
The question was: What do women really want? Such a question would perplex even the most knowledgeable man, and to young Arthur, it seemed an impossible query.
I used to draw a comparison between him and Hindley Earnshaw, and perplex myself to explain satisfactorily why their conduct was so opposite in similar circumstances.
That rendered Konovalov perplex for a moment and he examined the course of a few individual Morg ships before an explanation came to his mind, making him grin with glee.
What is Magic? is a book for beginners on the spiritual path of magic which answers the foregoing questions, and addresses many of the doubts which often perplex new magicians.
He took out his black pipe and was going to fill it with negro-head, when, looking at the tangle of tobacco in his hand, he seemed to think it might perplex the thread of his narrative.
As he was about to reenter his house just before supper, Pierre suddenly slowed down his pace and stopped in front of his door, perplex: somebody was playing the piano he had in his lounge.
That may be so, but I do not allow it, and his tone implied, You city gentlemen may think to surprise and perplex us, but we in Eastern Siberia also know what the law is, and may even teach it you.
All around, there were monuments carved with armorial bearings; and on this simple slab of slate—as the curious investigator may still discern, and perplex himself with the purport—there appeared the semblance of an engraved escutcheon.
As for these duties of our office, these examinations, all this formality—you yourself, you will remember, touched upon the topic just now, batuchka—these examinations, and so forth, sometimes perplex the magistrate much more than the man under suspicion.
He found nothing to perplex or disappoint, much to admire and approve, for overlooking a few little affectations of speech and manner, she was as sprightly and graceful as ever, with the addition of that indescribable something in dress and bearing which we call elegance.
Lavrushka, understanding that this was done to perplex him and that Napoleon expected him to be frightened, to gratify his new masters promptly pretended to be astonished and awe-struck, opened his eyes wide, and assumed the expression he usually put on when taken to be whipped.
Lavrúshka, understanding that this was done to perplex him and that Napoleon expected him to be frightened, to gratify his new masters promptly pretended to be astonished and awe-struck, opened his eyes wide, and assumed the expression he usually put on when taken to be whipped.
The diversity of belief, therefore, on this subject, among the adherents of the doctrine here defined, is not peculiar to them, and is occasioned by apparent decrepancies of statement in the Biblical writings, especially in the English version, which perplex the students of both systems.
Yes, she concluded, here on these grounds she found contentment and comfort from her pains of life; all her troubles and all the ills of the world, even that dreadful war across the ocean, seemed menial while in the sanctuary of this place, even though her mind was wont to churn and perplex about issues over which she had no control.
You have no kind of evidence, and the man of yesterday does not exist! All you wish is to perplex me—to enrage me, so as to enable you to make your last move, should you catch me in such a mood, but you will not; all your pains will be in vain! But why should he speak in such covert terms? I presume he must be speculating on the excitability of my nervous system.
That these shells, such as abound in our rivers, ponds, and lakes, should be found in low prairies along the banks of waters which frequently overflow them, excites no wonder, nor even surprise; but that these shells should be found thus imbedded in pebbles and sand underneath several feet of alluvial soil, in situations more than one hundred feet above the waters of any stream now in existence, is calculated to perplex the mind of the superficial observer.
This is all very perplexing.
BJ: That seems a bit perplexing.
It is perplexing to me, and it's.
I have come across perplexing relics.
This was a most perplexing situation indeed.
That’s what was so perplexing about Reynolds.
It just sprouted open in a most perplexing way.
But they are in perplexing doubt concerning it.
Was this mad? Is this what she wanted? It was perplexing.
And it is perplexing or puzzling, I suppose, that only a.
But to listen to their conversation was perplexing yet fascinating.
Hillary could not understand the perplexing scene that confronted her.
Her eyes ran slowly over his face, taking in every perplexing feature.
However, something more perplexing seems to be at the heart of the prophecy.
He goes to Pepper’s riotous, perplexing concerts and pays attention to Claire.
The accompanying diagram will aid us in understanding this rather perplexing subject.
She then followed his glance to the front, with a look of insult at his perplexing abruptness.
He never once offered a suggestion as to how the apostles should solve these perplexing problems.
In a sense, I guess I am, responds the man, slightly perplexing his interlocutor, but in.
But as awful as the thought of a nuclear war was, it was not as psychologically perplexing as the.
And the more he thought the more questions raised themselves, and the more perplexing they appeared.
I had leaned back against the stone wall, thinking, if not showing, that this question was perplexing.
It was and still is a perplexing puzzle with no solution for the League’s planetologists and geologists.
Christians have such a cozy relationship with the Vatican and secret societies? Isn’t it perplexing that.
As to his shirt-collar, and his coat-collar, they were perplexing to reflect upon,—insoluble mysteries both.
As perplexing as it seemed, he knew this complexity of big packages had something to do with the gym’s name.
What the Legate found perplexing was the way in which those who uttered his name seemed unwilling to elaborate.
In vain did Franz endeavor to forget the many perplexing thoughts which assailed him; in vain did he court the.
One of the most perplexing things for Christians to understand is that the devil really was defeated 2,000 years.
The most perplexing facet of the whole thing was that he wasn’t at all sure which of them was doing the pulling.
Wallie, bitterly irritated, saw, indeed, many trifles that he had failed to see before, perplexing as so many pricks.
Harvey-Browne into a radiance of smiles perplexing in conjunction with her age and supposed superiority to vanities.
One of the more perplexing questions in this process, is how did life-energy emerge from non-life or inorganic energy?
But what could he understand even in this laceration? He did not understand the first word in this perplexing maze.
Despite their mastery of aerial combat those women were ill-prepared to handle perplexing mirages woven by expert specters.
Even then, I still felt numb, like the whole thing was just a completely perplexing situation, until my mom came up to my room.
And annoying and perplexing as her untroubled conscience was it was yet not so annoying and perplexing as her wild joy in Italy.
Holmes was silent and buried in thought with a pained expression upon his face, as one who finds himself in a perplexing position.
But this art-production would never appear to the people (even if they could afford to use it) as anything but perplexing or dull.
Danny realised that if Sebastian tipping off the paparazzi, it was probably the film crew doing so, but he found the whole thing perplexing.
She looked at me perplexed.
His turn to look perplexed.
By this now I am perplexed.
I was perplexed with her query.
Faced by them, it perplexed her.
Dont look so perplexed, he said.
I was very perplexed to see them.
He was very perplexed and bemused.
This had Bradlee utterly perplexed.
We looked at each other perplexed.
Will stared at the beetle perplexed.
Colia looked worried and perplexed.
Alice studied the board, perplexed.
That troubled and perplexed Carroll.
Beatrice and Mariana were perplexed.
By now Nangong Ping became perplexed.
Yet they leave many investors perplexed.
The soldiers were perplexed at his words.
Hearing that all the four felt perplexed.
Their ungrateful animosity perplexed Liam.
That line in the Post ad had perplexed him.
Grateful but perplexed I finally opened it.
Having no family it perplexed me to no end.
His eyes were full of a perplexed question.
Hearing it all President David got perplexed.
John was inordinately perplexed in his heart.
But what? asked Brigit, still perplexed.
I was momentarily perplexed by his statement.
Gauri didi was perplexed with my sudden wished.
Nothing, he answered, ever more perplexed.
Perezvon?7 repeated the doctor, perplexed.
What’s that? Joey was clearly perplexed.
Truman was also perplexed at other discoveries.
Nangong Ping became perplexed and he shouted too.
London turned to Mac, and his face was perplexed.
The woman sipped some wine and appeared perplexed.
Wangwe looked more annoyed than perplexed by this.
For the perplexed and viewless streams that bear.
It was what he liked to do when he was perplexed.
Perplexed somewhat himself, Hanor tried to explain.
What perplexes me is that no one has come up with a better option than methadone.
Try to realize that there is nothing new in the state of things which now perplexes you.
Another word that perplexes Christians is the word elect, found above in Matthew 24:22.
In this case copyright law was involved, which seems to be a huge mess that perplexes many people.
Yet one thing perplexes me to this day : how he, Lambert, succeeded in gaining admittance to, and fastening himself upon, such an unapproachable and superior personage as Anna Andreyevna.
The third principle is perhaps the one which perplexes most new traders and it is this – how do I know when the market is in congestion? After all, it's easy to look back in hindsight and see where the price action has been consolidating for some time, but when the market action is live, it is only 'after the event' that any consolidation phase becomes self evident.

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