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Prize numa frase em (in ingles)

Will there be a prize.
And what a prize she.
So much for his prize.
And you are the prize!.
But the prize will be.
I must shut up my prize.
But the prize divides him.

Focused on the end prize.
A prize it would have won.
She'd be such a prize!.
To call this life my prize.
And the prize would be his.
Hersh won a Pulitzer Prize.
In 1780 267he won a prize.
The President was the prize.
I’m the prize guinea pig.
Your book could be a prize.
Your prize is on its way.
The prize was Loki’s head.
I've found the greater prize.
Let the prize be some kind.
Not indeed that prize which.
Surely a prize worth winning.
They were my prize catches!.
She must’ve been the prize.
Your prize is on its way!.
To attain the prize, the heaven.
They were after the big prize;.
In a lottery in which no prize.
The grand prize is one million.
She smiled a prize winning smile.
If he shoots for a prize of gold.
Human adulthood is the real prize.
This was my first prize in my life.
Rich would be a prize for Forrest.
This was before the prize was drawn.
And here lay the prize by his side.
Sadie wasn’t that much of a prize.
I should therefore get the prize.
Here stood a prize that would fetch.
He quickly searched the bodies of the two other guards prizing out several hundred pounds of cash, two credit cards, car keys and a swipe card.
Prizing in her servants, next to swift obedience, a knowledge of languages, her mistress did not make use of her when traveling abroad; but hitherto she had taken both servants with her.
Yes, I saw him, and am convinced that he fears nothing so much as a general engagement, repeated Dolgorúkov, evidently prizing this general conclusion which he had arrived at from his interview with Napoleon.
He knew the old man's habit of talking slowly and deliberately, regardless of the impression he was making and of the delay he was causing, and highly prizing his flat, dull and always gleefully complacent German wit.
By not only prizing and sanctifying their use, but by training their brains to function as a tool through the ritualization of their lives; humans not only guaranteed their own survival, they insured the survival of their tools.
He was fond of the Book of Job, and had somehow got hold of a copy of the sayings and sermons of the God-fearing Father Isaac the Syrian, which he read persistently for years together, understanding very little of it, but perhaps prizing and loving it the more for that.
And it is on the basis of this perception that we should appraise all the phenomena of our life, and, among the rest, our art also; choosing from all its realms whatever transmits feelings flowing from this religious perception, highly prizing and encouraging such art, rejecting whatever is contrary to this perception, and not attributing to the rest of art an importance not properly pertaining to it.
Sick of ambitious and mercenary connexions, prizing more and more the sterling good of principle and temper, and chiefly anxious to bind by the strongest securities all that remained to him of domestic felicity, he had pondered with genuine satisfaction on the more than possibility of the two young friends finding their natural consolation in each other for all that had occurred of disappointment to either; and the joyful consent which met Edmund's application, the high sense of having realised a great acquisition in the promise of Fanny for a daughter, formed just such a contrast with his early opinion on the subject when the poor little girl's coming had been first agitated, as time is for ever producing between the plans and decisions of mortals, for their own instruction, and their neighbours' entertainment.
Sick of ambitious and mercenary connexions, prizing more and more the sterling good of principle and temper, and chiefly anxious to bind by the strongest securities all that remained to him of domestic felicity, he had pondered with genuine satisfaction on the more than possibility of the two young friends finding their natural consolation in each other for all that had occurred of disappointment to either; and the joyful consent which met Edmund’s application, the high sense of having realised a great acquisition in the promise of Fanny for a daughter, formed just such a contrast with his early opinion on the subject when the poor little girl’s coming had been first agitated, as time is forever producing between the plans and decisions of mortals, for their own instruction, and their neighbours’ entertainment.
I didn't have the prized se-.
Cuddling up to Tom, she prized.
In the other, my prized diamond blade.
Hendricks' prized Ultras, cannot fathom.
One gigantic prized prick of an animal.
They’re Harry’s prized Truth Seekers.
It was four days until our prized meet-up.
He has always prized his flock highly.
Luis told me that silk was highly prized.
Maybe it's his prized possession or something.
They have no regard for your prized clams or.
What we are noticing now, in this prized pole.
His astrolabe was one of his prized possessions.
Want to know why? Communication is prized nowadays.
Humphrey wondered why the trees were so highly prized.
Although the EB is not a prized guard dog if need be it.
His prized possession was the ‘Holy Grail’ of Christ.
Rationality is prized as a way to help us reach our goals.
A good mule is prized but not worth more than a good donkey.
Breast-warmers were highly prized when the weather turned cold.
Elves were highly prized on the slave market due to their long.
This "prized secret pole-plant" will be one of the main keys for.
It’s just something this land is lacking and something prized.
He said that in very early cultures, people like me were prized as.
On earth a long, healthy life is much prized, and those who achieve a.
With the plans to kill the rest of the Jews, the army will take their prized.
Egyptians came to prize this useless metal just as much as the salt they prized.
Freeloaver’s prized Horn of Power, its blood would be theirs this turn of the day.
Freemasonry but the external forms and ceremonies, and prized the strict performance of.
Sam Hardin shifted restlessly in the leather seat of his prized ornate, hand-carved chair.
In New York City it is highly prized by models and is found in the finest cosmetic stores.
In his coat pocket is his most prized possession, his TI-thirty-eight scientific calculator.
He looked at his fellow prisoners and was amazed to see how they all loved life and prized it.
He did so with pride that made me giddy with happiness, as if I was his most prized possession.
He bellowed Mime! — garbled without a tongue — and reclaimed his most prized possession.
Butts apparently did play a huge role in her life: she prized hers as her best feature, and she.
Their pelts were highly prized for their softness and Sean quickly found success as a fur trader.
Delectable: An attractive and desirable idol-god, which is valued, and prized highly by its maker.
Mohammed’s prized treasures had been raided, looted and pillaged only three days after his death.
Her head shifted and in startlement he saw his most prized possession situated half under her head.
There were no other prizes.
We have won great prizes and.
I know how such prizes are won.
I was not giving prizes, Arthur.
There are greater prizes to be won.
Among the recent prizes and honors Mr.
His two ultimate prizes were Cynthia.
These were considered valuable prizes.
As the great prizes in the lottery are.
We sail for Principle, not Prizes now.
That’s the one where you give prizes.
Among the recent poetry prizes and honors Mr.
The first Nobel Prizes were awarded in 1901.
Chapter 9 - Heading South and Taking Prizes.
There are naval prizes for that kind of thing.
We returned to the house at noon with our prizes.
No prizes for guessing who was on the other side.
I understand now why Ryodan prizes adaptability.
All the other Nobel prizes are given out in Stockholm.
Did they not compete regularly for prizes? Had not Mr.
Prizes offered by the Royal Society of London, xxv, 412.
But of course there is no lottery and no prizes, just.
No prizes for guessing what the 'usual' is from Roland.
No prizes for guessing that the proposal was turned down.
After a few numbers, the teacher might announce that prizes.
When Alfred Nobel inaugurated his famous prizes, Norway and.
Among the recent poetry prizes and honors I have received are:.
Among the recent poetry prizes and honors he has received are:.
He prizes me as a soldier would a good weapon; and that is all.
The favorite child becomes a winner already with fabulous prizes.
After looking over the prizes, Ashley chooses a new Barbie doll.
We lay together that night, when, after playing repeated prizes of.
You are Captain Morgan who took the four prizes in the harbor?
Apparently you throw shrunken heads into a basketball goal for prizes.
One of the prizes was a large hamper containing all sorts of foodstuffs.
The prizes offered by these fake charities does not always have to be a.
Claim Form - the form that must be completed to claim prizes larger than a.
Film critics also have their awards ceremonies, and their prizes based on.
From 1903 to 2006, only 12 of 516 Nobel Prizes Science were awarded to women.
She was asked to do the presentation of prizes at the Annual Athletic Meeting.

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