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Refinement numa frase em (in ingles)

  1. The Day of Refinement is here!.
  2. Compare it to the refinement of the.
  3. In a later refinement, he created man.
  4. The old manor was a place of refinement.
  5. But, as if by a refinement of cruelty, Dr.

  6. There was an air of refinement in both rooms.
  7. I have a refinement to my suggestion as well.
  8. One possible refinement would operate as follows:.
  9. She was a vivacious young lady of great refinement.
  10. The importance of accuracy and refinement in speech.
  11. But even this is not needed when there is yet further refinement.
  12. At tea Clara felt the refinement and sang-froid of the household.
  13. The unsealing of The Apocalypse, the refinement of Doctrine of.
  14. But his broadness, skilfulness, kindness and refinement is Russian.
  15. It is a refinement of our dynamic balance in both of these aspects.

  16. You might say the same of landscape, of poetry, of all refinement.
  17. BIDDY THE CLAP: He expresses himself with such marked refinement of.
  18. After all, it is only a refinement on the engramatic reading process.
  19. But the other higher kalp, which bestows refinement on the Soul, is fash-.
  20. This is the refinement of the doctrine enumerated within the Community.
  21. You have impressed her with your aristocratic manner, with your refinement.
  22. In February 1996 the Brickman Group began its "refinement process" using TOC.
  23. Doctrine of Two Spirits is the refinement of Old Testament wisdom texts.
  24. One refinement I prefer is the use of the tar command instead of the zip command.
  25. To start, consider an important refinement to the concept of support and resistance.

  26. Vincy gave more effect to Rosamond's refinement, which was beyond what Lydgate had expected.
  27. That would be the next refinement, the boat needs to get much thinner to deal with the city.
  28. Harald wondered if this unexpected touch of refinement had been done for Sir Hugh's benefit.
  29. As for excesses, he had always abstained from them, as much from cowardice as from refinement.
  30. She was startled; but a voice of rare refinement said: He will not bite you; do not be afraid.
  31. Despite differences in class, there was a common feeling amongst people of refinement and education.
  32. I believe in England goose eating is held to be of doubtful refinement, and is left to one's servants.
  33. Vladimir and Stephanie Remington Schultz collaborated on the development and refinement of those recipes.
  34. The above outlines (two “tables” of “stone”) are the refinement of the precept from the Dead Sea.
  35. The Rosenbrock method is a refinement of the alternating-variable ascent method and the Hook-Jeeves method.
  36. She treasured their refinement of right and wrong, importance and unimportance, and their glue to reality.
  37. Not only does this refinement work today but also worked beautifully in prior 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s markets.
  38. With a previously hidden refinement he cut into it, and with equal refinement the steak oozed blood onto his plate.
  39. Metal, which is the root of the word mettle, is an ancient symbol referring to moral strength, refinement and character.
  40. Perhaps what most appealed to the prince’s impressionability was the refinement of the old man’s courtesy towards him.
  41. It is a refinement of the totality of our condition: and that means not only our Inner Universe, but our Outer Universe as well.
  42. Why, it’s a refinement of the Casanova logic you had talked about; how sad it was given that you were such a sensitive lover.
  43. He was as little as possible like the lamented Hicks, especially in a certain careless refinement about his toilet and utterance.
  44. She enjoyed that form of communication, which gave opportunity for a refinement and air of mystery not afforded by their personal.
  45. He wore knickerbockers and stockings, and his legs had a classic refinement that erred, if at all, on the side of over-slenderness.
  46. In the 1990s, after years of real-time use, refinement, and upgrading, the service was rolled out as the newest William O’Neil + Co.
  47. The ideal of all art to which it should strive is accessibility to all—but it, especially music to-day, noses its way into refinement.
  48. Editor: It has ever been a source of unfeigned pleasure to me to observe any efforts tending to the elevation and refinement of humanity.
  49. Tell her what Heathcliff is: an unreclaimed creature, without refinement, without cultivation; an arid wilderness of furze and whinstone.
  50. Tell her what Heathcliff is: an unreclaimed creature, without refinement, without cultivation: an arid wilderness of furze and whinstone.
  51. We are looking at the most significant technological advance in the history of space warfare since the refinement of the short hyper jump.
  52. Henry James is inclined to pity American women, because their men—husbands and lovers—are not up to their level of fastidious refinement.
  53. His open, healthy-looking face was distinguished by an almost feminine refinement, which quality gained him much attention from the fair sex.
  54. They are at times, when great refinement and delicacy are wanted, very useful, but are, on the whole, poor tools for the draughtsman in paint.
  55. I’ve already honed in on the recipe copyright issue, so let me add that any recipe that you encounter is a refinement of some existing recipe.
  56. There was an innate refinement, a languid queenly hauteur about Gerty which was unmistakably evidenced in her delicate hands and higharched instep.
  57. Something of the same combination of primitive grandeur and strength with exquisite refinement of visualisation is seen in the art of Michael Angelo.
  58. He trusted to his good looks and handsome figure, his refinement, his decent education to get him most of what he wanted, and he was not disappointed.
  59. Quintus, who had been sitting by admiring the Praefect in all of his quiet, contemplative refinement, found his turn to once more interrupt the musings.
  60. The position of apprentice it seemed was more a proving ground for an individual's dedication and perseverance, than a refinement of talents and skills.
  61. Of course, its beauty was further enhanced when worn on the fine, soft neck of his wife, herself a goddess with respect to exquisiteness and refinement.
  62. I trust also that this same action leaves me in the position of having fulfilled every obligation which is incumbent upon a man of honour and refinement.
  63. The man who entered was young, some two-and-twenty at the outside, well-groomed and trimly clad, with something of refinement and delicacy in his bearing.
  64. That time, however, did gradually come, forwarded by an affection on his side as warm as her own, and much less encumbered by refinement or self-distrust.
  65. It is as though men should complain that by a strange accident it is always men with little refinement, who are not particularly good, that become hangmen.
  66. It is more suited to drawings where extreme delicacy of form is desired, and is usually used in silver point work, a medium capable of the utmost refinement.
  67. In this way, it derives mercy, tenderness, justice, and favor from Al’lah, and its tongue will utter nothing but words which bring blessings and refinement.
  68. Suzanne got her divorce by collusion, in a manner that was a bit surprising in view of the fact that Charles was portrayed as a man of culture and refinement.
  69. Ancient Tantric practices have long taught that through the refinement and sensitization of sexual energy-flow, humans can experience the oneness of the universe.
  70. He had long been jealous of Andrey Osipitch on his wife's account, and he knew she would enjoy going to weep before a gentleman of refinement, for tears suited her.
  71. The refinement in diplomacy which sends with the negotiator a new cause of quarrel for the purpose of accelerating the adjustment of an old one, was not yet invented.
  72. We can make a further refinement by expressing each exercise price in logarithmic terms ln (X/S), where S is the underlying or spot price and X is the exercise price.
  73. But everybody who was present saw in him something special, some charm, found some features that attracted them by simplicity and at the same time by their refinement.
  74. Annie was amazed to find herself in a most elegantly appointed salon, stuffed full of finely embroidered soft furnishings and antiques of obvious quality and refinement.
  75. Then came thoughts of his beautiful wife, devoted to himself, and never ceasing to wonder at and admire her husband's heroism and exalted refinement of taste and conduct.
  76. As though men were to complain that those who accepted the office of hangman were—by some strange fatality—all persons of very little refinement or beauty of character.
  77. The coarse strength of a military government was not favourable to purity and refinement; and the excessive strictness of some regulations seems to have produced a reaction.
  78. To achieve 568 consecutive infinity tumbles in a paraglider is testament not only to the refinement of paraglider design but also to true mastery of the parachute-like wing.
  79. His speaking denoted the refinement of long study hours, good for the expansion of the culture, for social conventions or for some other motives that were not coming to the case.
  80. The true dragon, on the other hand, is a creature of such refinement of spirit that they can only take on form in this world if they are conceived by the most skilled imagination.
  81. With the Republicans in the political saddle the town entered into an era of waste and ostentation, with the trappings of refinement thinly veneering the vice and vulgarity beneath.
  82. Neither are polite manners nor social refinement nor moral righteousness (Egads!) readily perceptible to individuals possessing limited insight into the essential Nature of Things.
  83. Had I been a Jew, (referring to Barry Stanton) I should have felt ―naked, mortified and outraged‖ over the insensitive comments made by an individual lacking cultural refinement.
  84. Seeing not only how life’s outward expressions of genes progressed, but the refinement of its molecular complexity was the thought exercise that showed me what lay ahead in the road.
  85. Interesting Fact: Although white flour is technically a "starch," and not a sugar, refinement causes it to become more like a simple sugar, since it is easily broken down into glucose in your body.
  86. Sprague indulged, preferring well-sanctioned quotations, and liking refinement of all kinds: it was generally known that he had some kinship to a bishop, and sometimes spent his holidays at the palace.
  87. And anything more different in spirit from the genuine primitive than the irreverent anarchy and flouting of all refinement in the work of some of these new primitives, it would be difficult to imagine.
  88. But when beauty and refinement of sentiment rather than force are desired, the middle range of colouring (that is to say, all colours partly neutralised by admixture with their opposites) is much safer.
  89. It is the heart which is the best teacher of refinement and dignity, not the dancing-master, said her mother, sententiously, and departed upstairs to her own room, not so much as glancing at Aglaya.
  90. Only Pedro was smaller than the general, more delicate altogether, with an ape-like faculty for imitating all the outward signs of refinement and distinction, and with a parrot-like talent for languages.
  91. Clearly deriving its inspiration and character from the Princess Maria Ivanovna, it was a circle which, for me, had a wholly novel and attractive character of logicalness mingled with simplicity and refinement.
  92. As to her being a person of refinement and well dressed, they are, as you perceive, handsomely mounted in solid gold, and it is inconceivable that anyone who wore such glasses could be slatternly in other respects.
  93. He saw that the complex conditions of the life they led made the coarse proofs of his wife’s guilt, required by the law, out of the question; he saw that a certain refinement in that life would not admit of such.
  94. It’s a result of over 4 years’ constant feedback and refinement, a true quality process: act, measure, evaluate, refine, act, and so on, all in the service of obtaining the exact outcomes I listed above!.
  95. The Huron explained the meaning of David to his fellows, who, in their turn, listened to the project with that sort of satisfaction that their untamed spirits might be expected to find in such a refinement in cruelty.
  96. In the first cabin library women of wealth and refinement mingled their grief and asked eagerly for news of the possible arrival of a belated boat, or a message from other steamers telling of the safety of their husbands.
  97. Another refinement, if your charting package will allow it, is to draw lines on higher time frames (weekly or monthly) and then switch the price chart to intraday (5- to 30-minute), preserving the same lines on the chart.
  98. Hélène, who has never cared for anything but her own body and is one of the stupidest women in the world, thought Pierre, is regarded by people as the acme of intelligence and refinement, and they pay homage to her.
  99. He doesn’t see what refinement of egotism it is on his own part—and at the same time, what ox-like coarseness! Have you ever read of the death of one Stepan Gleboff, in the eighteenth century? I read of it yesterday by chance.
  100. However, a relationship that is two-way, that is, some kind of personal intimate, private and transcendent relationship between the Creator and Self, and Self and the Creator, has the capacity for mysterious refinement and development.

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