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Shingle numa frase em (in ingles)

  1. The roof was shingle.
  2. Floy slid on the wet shingle.
  3. I need you to order a lorry load of shingle.
  4. Then he scraped away the dirt, and exposed a pine shingle.
  5. The water level continued to drop though, until the coarse shingle was high and dry.

  6. Even if that hadn’t been true, the Charisian was on the far side of Shingle Shoal.
  7. White capped waves fell across the beach, moving the shingle with a semi-musical sound.
  8. The boy picked up a middle-sized shingle, said This stone and threw it up into the air.
  9. Everybody was out of town, and I yearned for the glades of the New Forest or the shingle of Southsea.
  10. By the time he got down the hill there was not a shingle, bolt or threshold of it that wasn't alive with flame.
  11. To his amazement, the water level was slowly dropping, and the subs were grounding on a coarse shingle bottom.
  12. By the time he got down the hill there was not a shingle, bolt or threshold of it that wasn’t alive with flame.
  13. The shadow seemed deliberate in its slowness so as to shingle his flesh and cheesegrate his steadily willed calm.
  14. The water rippled as the waves came and went, sucking at the shingle of the beach with a regular, reassuring sound.
  15. Okay, now you’re a professional, dyed-in-the-wool spirit channel, ready to hang out your shingle and charge for readings.

  16. For a long while I sat on the knotted roots of one of them, listening to the slow wash of the waves on the shingle far below.
  17. The girl who had mediated many a playground dispute or quarrel naturally hung out her shingle as the community's first lawyer.
  18. Deprived of their focal point, her eyes dropped to the shingle by her feet, idly scanning the ground up rocks littering the shore.
  19. Anyhow young Vickerton found him hours afterwards walking up and down the shingle in the dark, waving his arms about and crying--.
  20. She’d had her professional shingle out for nearly twenty years and had been involved in several of the cases that Puller had investigated.
  21. Through the long warm days she watched her red stone and gray shingle house rise grandly, to tower above any other house on Peachtree Street.
  22. The first indication of buoyancy was the slight rocking of the vessel, followed by a grating and shrieking noise as the sub moved over the shingle.
  23. It was a sprawling two-story, constructed in a Hamptons Shingle style, and built to look rustic and weathered, humble almost, but it was far from that.
  24. Even his shingle read: "Ladies' Tailor: Abramka Stiftik"—the most valid proof that he deemed his name immaterial, but that the chief thing to him was his art.
  25. Limbs were white as the shingle, and the tunics still clean, but they clung tightly, hanging higher than they used to, and the seams broke at Tem’s shoulders.

  26. Hark! Don't you hear the grinding of the shingle away over the port bow? As soon as the sound comes from windward we'll have her on the port tack, and thus we'll clear Boulder Ledge.
  27. Suddenly, a great surge of stinking half-digested krill spurted up from the recesses of the fish's innards and those great white teeth opened, to reveal Xiphias shining down on a shingle beach.
  28. But the conference was in New York City, and between paying for hotel, cabs, food, and transportation, the budget I had been saving towards putting my own shingle out was significantly diminished.
  29. I could hear the sea at the foot of the cliff sluggishly heaving on and off the shingle, and I could see it over the edge of the cliff to the east, and here for the first time round the bend of the island to the north.
  30. As we closed into the shore you could see the phosphorescence of the wave’s caps rolling and breaking on the shore and you could almost hear it lapping on the shingle and pebble shore sighing in its anticipation of the caress.
  31. You told them what? Incredulous, I pace the rug in front of the gas fireplace in the rear sitting area of Barrons Books & Baubles, which is really Mac’s B&B, but my name on the hand-painted shingle doesn’t carry the same cachet.
  32. A delicate pink crept into her pretty cheek but she was determined to let them see so she just lifted her skirt a little but just enough and took good aim and gave the ball a jolly good kick and it went ever so far and the two twins after it down towards the shingle.
  33. But what if you’re not an entrepreneur? What if you have absolutely no interest in hanging up your own shingle? What if you work in corporate America or even for a small business? Can you still figure out a way to add more value and increase your earning potential? Let me tell you about a young woman.
  34. Here and there, with stubborn persistence to custom, there had been voices singing, the honey laughter under the mimosa branches, the pickaninnies rushing in clear water laughter at the creek, movements and bendings in the fields, jokes and shouts of amusement from the shingle shacks covered with fresh green vine.
  35. And the talk, the wonderful talk flowed on—or was it speech entirely, or did it pass at times into song—chanty of the sailors weighing the dripping anchor, sonorous hum of the shrouds in a tearing North-Easter, ballad of the fisherman hauling his nets at sundown against an apricot sky, chords of guitar and mandoline from gondola or caique? Did it change into the cry of the wind, plaintive at first, angrily shrill as it freshened, rising to a tearing whistle, sinking to a musical trickle of air from the leech of the bellying sail? All these sounds the spell-bound listener seemed to hear, and with them the hungry complaint of the gulls and the sea-mews, the soft thunder of the breaking wave, the cry of the protesting shingle.
  36. Instead of calling on some scholar, I paid many a visit to particular trees, of kinds which are rare in this neighborhood, standing far away in the middle of some pasture, or in the depths of a wood or swamp, or on a hilltop; such as the black birch, of which we have some handsome specimens two feet in diameter; its cousin, the yellow birch, with its loose golden vest, perfumed like the first; the beech, which has so neat a bole and beautifully lichen-painted, perfect in all its details, of which, excepting scattered specimens, I know but one small grove of sizable trees left in the township, supposed by some to have been planted by the pigeons that were once baited with beechnuts near by; it is worth the while to see the silver grain sparkle when you split this wood; the bass; the hornbeam; the Celtis occidentalis, or false elm, of which we have but one well-grown; some taller mast of a pine, a shingle tree, or a more perfect hemlock than usual, standing like a pagoda in the midst of the woods; and many others I could mention.
  1. The shingled roof.
  2. My house had in the meanwhile been shingled down to the ground on every side.
  3. I rolled up the paper and stared blankly at the pretty pastel and shingled houses on Sea View Avenue.
  4. It’s a dilapidated shingled ranch that almost sags at its sides, a beater Chevy parked in the driveway.
  5. He was crouched in front of a doghouse that was painted white and shingled to look like the main residence.
  6. The whole thing was capped off with a high peaked roof that was shingled in gray tiles, like something out of a movie.
  7. It is an old, curious, square tower, and at the brink of its notched edge there is a shingled helmet which was erected by one of the late Orzos.
  8. Jacobi’s brown, shingled house was at the far end of the block, and although he had a garage that took up the ground floor, his black Hyundai SUV was parked on the street.
  9. The invariable moisture of my hair, while plunged in deep thought, after six cups of hot tea in my thin shingled attic, of an August noon; this seems an additional argument for the above supposition.
  1. And naked shingles of the world.
  2. Asphalt shingles last 12-20 years.
  3. Roof shingles blew off the building.
  4. Tom heard the running steps on the shingles.
  5. Scale-shaped shingles adorned the rest of the.
  6. Was he having a stroke? Shingles maybe? But when.
  7. There were bright green asphalt shingles on the roof.
  8. The roof turned out to be made of heavy split shingles.
  9. Her bare feet clung tenuously to the cold roof shingles.
  10. Many of the poems overlap like shingles, more than the sum.
  11. How to make a roux and how to treat shingles, that was more her field.
  12. Some monstrous baggage brushed and dragged across the shingles of Jim's house.
  13. The beds of the stream were almost dry, a bare waste of shingles and grey sand.
  14. They can be painful in cases of shingles rashes, chickenpox and infected rashes.
  15. Shingles wear out faster where there are lower slopes and with more sun exposure.
  16. They dragged the hose to drench the shingles, to wash the silver, flood the evil mercury paint away.
  17. He took it up and disclosed a shapely little treasure-house whose bottom and sides were of shingles.
  18. There it had a wide mouth with stony clifflike gates at either side whose feet were piled with shingles.
  19. The wave after that drifted the body another foot down the shingles and the next three moved it six feet down.
  20. But no, it was Great-grandma somehow transported, singing, pounding nails, replacing shingles, high in the sky!.
  21. Where was I? Oh, yes! We had some lunch, then he noticed a couple shingles on the room that needed tacked down.
  22. But no, it was Great-grandma, somehow transported, singing, pounding nails, replacing shingles, high in the sky!.
  23. Below, there’s a pattern of small light and dark rectangles, and I realize they’re the roof shingles on my house.
  24. The building that Shareef Thomas was in turned out to be two-storied, with faded gray shingles and some broken windows.
  25. The clapboard houses, log cabins, and Louisiana mansions dropped their shingles, gaped their doors, shivered with plagues and fell.
  26. Callow had been a logger in his younger years, and like most lumbermen he believed that cedar was only good for making shakes and shingles.
  27. Their paws didn’t look like canine paws but rather something belonging to tigers, with sharp retractable claws that clung to the roof shingles.
  28. Shingles can be a very painful condition where the patient can suffer from pain even touching the skin where the herpes zoster virus has attacked.
  29. The roof has solar shingles, furniture is made from recycled materials and wood used in construction is certified as having been grown sustainably.
  30. Leases had to be broken, over 185 billboards around the country torn down, and hundreds of Duncan Hines shingles in front of establishments returned.
  31. Having each some shingles of thought well dried, we sat and whittled them, trying our knives, and admiring the clear yellowish grain of the pumpkin pine.
  32. She wanted to see the inside of the white house, bungalow, it might almost be called, if one did not associate bungalows with stucco or stained shingles.
  33. The room was part of a sturdy barracks built of peeled, squared, chinked—and blessedly draft-proof—logs, thickly roofed in shingles cut from the logs’ bark.
  34. The brick house awkwardly patched and roofed with rude boards instead of shingles, managed to look of the Elsings still stood, with a new roof and a new second floor.
  35. As I maintained my sobriety, my health continued to improve until, out of nowhere, in the fall of 2014, I developed a bad case of shingles, which was really painful.
  36. Generally speaking, if you measure the size of your roof, then calculate the cost of shingles at your local Rona, Lowes or Home Depot then double it to add labour cost.
  37. So in one phone call he hired me at $18 an hour to get up on roofs all over South Florida and tear off the shingles and pull all the nails out of the roofs and help them repair holes in the roofs.
  38. As if propelled by the sound of his own voice, he continued striding down Summerton’s streets, proclaiming as he went, Look at that lousy architecture, the gimcrack scrimshaw rococo baroque shingles and hangons.
  39. Shingles, bits and pieces of carved angels and archangels, sparkling shards of stained glass, and jagged chunks of building stone flew up and out in a fiery whirlwind, then crashed back in a lethal rain of debris, and the private clasped both hands over his helmeted head in a frail effort at self-protection.
  40. In the face of the extraordinary bounty of the massive cedars, and valuing them primarily for making roofing shakes and shingles, the men who had cut them down had taken only the prime middle section of each, leaving behind long sections from the tops, where the branches were, and the bottoms, where the trunks began to flare out and the grain of the wood no longer ran perfectly straight and true.
  41. And from the rockets ran men with hammers in their hands to beat the strange world into a shape that was familiar to the eye, to bludgeon away all the strangeness, their mouths fringed with nails so they resembled steel-toothed carnivores, spitting them into their swift hands as they hammered up frame cottages and scuttled over roofs with shingles to blot out the eerie stars, and fit green shades to pull against the night.

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