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Tender numa frase em (in ingles)

Tender, but on the mend.
The knee was too tender.
She was fiery and tender.
She died at a tender age.
The bar tender helped them.
MY love is pure and tender.
Even the most tender love.

I said in a tender, loving.
How tender are Your mercies.
He was tender and beautiful.
Boil until tender, then mash.
She is still in a tender age.
His kiss was tender but firm.
Cook until chicken is tender.
The bar tender reached down.
The meat was tender and tasty.
It is a beautiful and tender.
The child was wise and tender.
It’s a little tender, though.
He’d be tender and solicitous.
Her face had a tender curiosity.
And the tender twists and turns.
Boil the delicious tender leaves.
When one recalls the tender care.
At length, the tender texture of.
The bruises weren’t real tender.
I began counting the legal tender.
Time was, the poet's tender quill.
He answered her with a tender kiss.
Your tender mercies are cruelties.
Andrew’s face was angry or tender.
He was handsome, strong and tender.
My tender memories of the dead,—.
Even a gentle touch left it tender.
Coast Guard Buoy Tender Conference.
Where is the tender? Wren asked.
This time I am more tender with him.
Sue said in a tender, loving voice.
His mother was very tender with him.
It still felt tender, but it was OK.
So, with tendering the odds are against you.
The competition they faced in tendering for jobs was intense.
Yes, sir, but they did that through the yard in Elswick as a tendering process and that is why we.
We were at this very time tendering an urgent argument, to be felt by each city, village and hamlet in England.
Meantime the game of shove-ha'penny proceeded merrily, the Semi-drunk taking a great interest in it and tendering advice to both players impartially.
The Turkish army commander went up and presented him with a signed document stating that all the officers, including the general himself, were tendering their resignation, so that he might approve it.
Sir: Understanding that the declaration which I had the honor this morning to make before the committee, will be more acceptable if put in the written form, I hasten to comply with what I believe to be their wish, in tendering through them, to the House of Representatives, the renewed assurance that if I could have supposed that the circumstance alluded to in my letter to the Speaker, would have been construed into a breach of the privilege of the House, it would not have occurred at the time and in the place where it unfortunately happened.
Sir: An occurrence having recently taken place between a member of the House of Representatives and myself, produced by circumstances not at all connected with his official duties or opinions, which from the time and place may be considered disrespectful to the House of Representatives, I take the liberty of tendering through you my most respectful declarations, that I am the last who would wilfully manifest a deficiency of that reverence which is due to the Representatives of my country, or that sacred regard which is also due to their privileges.
The pilot bowed, and tendered a second paper.
Any given gift remembered is an obligation tendered.
He tendered for part of the foundations in the Opera.
It was the ease with which she tendered it, with which Mr.
Ros, in quiet dignity, turned and tendered his resignation.
She tendered a coin, smiling boldly, holding her thick wrist out.
We have tendered the provisions of this act to both belligerents.
Six dragons tendered in advance, four more promised when you died.
Oot: a dullgarbed old man from the curbstone tendered his wares, his mouth.
Non-acceptance, without sufficient cause, of coins tendered and for charging.
As soon as I tendered him the coin he fell back a step or two, and eyed me threateningly.
Courtenay hasn’t tendered me his heart and his mills; I should not take them if he did so.
This supper was in honor of both Jesus and Lazarus; it was tendered in defiance of the Sanhedrin.
Approaching a booth, he tendered a five-dollar bill, receiving in return a badge and three dollars.
In substance, both propositions were the same; to the latter, no offer of compliance has been tendered.
If a tender offer is extended, there must be an announcement of the approximate numbers of shares tendered.
The announcement is made promptly and payment is made within 10 days or so after acceptance of shares tendered.
Generosity is a risk, a trusting in the other to receive a warmth tendered, offered without request of return.
For if God tendered the reward of the righteous in a trice straightway were it commerce that we practised and not godliness.
They did realize the critical nature of the situation and tendered an apology and saved their nation from disaster and Muslims vengeance.
He gave the Delawares to understand the rank of Heyward among the troops of the Yengeese, and then tendered to him a trust of equal authority.
One of his group, a stranger in this man’s house, had spoken harshly to an invited guest, and all without prior request tendered nor invitation extended.
I tendered my resignation, for when you have gained your epaulets on the battle-field, you do not know how to manoeuvre on the slippery grounds of the salons.
Diana and Mary having kissed him, left the room—in compliance, I think, with a whispered hint from him: I tendered my hand, and wished him a pleasant journey.
The one downside that we could think of that might have encouraged acceptances was that if an insufficient number of 7¾s were tendered, GMAC could file for Chapter 11 relief.
While British public ships were interdicted, and our embargo existed, an offer was made to both the belligerents to resume our trade—the same equal terms were tendered to both.
At a moment least to be expected, when France had ceased to violate our neutral rights, and the olive branch was tendered to Great Britain, her orders in council were put into a more rigorous execution.
The imprevidibility of the future: once in the summer of 1898 he (Bloom) had marked a florin (2/-) with three notches on the milled edge and tendered it m payment of an account due to and received by J.
Contrariwise, confidence in its success would produce the purchasers of Reliance shares to be tendered, resulting in just the type of bandwagon effect that would be helpful in getting stock tendered to Leasco.
Viola stepped into the cafe and came out directly, still absorbed in his idea, and tendered him a cigar, mumbling thoughtfully in his moustache, "Children growing up—and girls, too! Girls!" He sighed and fell silent.
It would only be committed to purchase them if Leasco obtained a majority of the Reliance shares, because of the terms of the tender offer that Leasco need not acquire any Reliance shares unless 50 percent of the outstanding stock was tendered.
I voted yesterday against the amendment offered by the gentleman from Maryland, because, while that vote did not pledge me for the ultimate passage of the bill, it would have allowed me to give it my support if no better proposition was tendered.
It was when things were in this state, that the President, in his reply to the Marine Society of Boston, who had with much fervor tendered him their approbation of his measures, hoped to see the wooden walls of America considered as her best defence.
Pearson,) who opened the debate on this subject says, that if a fit proposition, accompanied by means calculated to give it a fair chance of success, were tendered and did not procure a cessation of the practice of impressment, he would support the war.
I don't know what she took me for—a repentant burglar, perhaps; for when I wanted to pay her for the milk and tendered a sovereign which was the smallest coin I had, she shook her head and said something about 'giving it to them that had a right to it'.
That while he tendered to Alice the gourd of sweet water, and the venison in a trencher, neatly carved from the knot of the pepperidge, with sufficient courtesy, in performing the same offices to her sister, his dark eye lingered on her rich, speaking countenance.
The removal of uncertainty caused by management opposition made it manifestly easier to assure Leasco that enough Reliance shares would be tendered for control (50 percent) and/or for accounting purposes (95 percent), so that Leasco could account for the transaction as a pooling of interests.
There were several large jobs to be tendered for at the same time, so Rushton sent the specifications round to Hunter's house for him to figure out the prices, and nearly all the time that Misery was at home he was sitting up in bed, swathed in bandages, trying to calculate the probable cost of these jobs.
When it was proved, however, to have done William no harm, she could allow it to be a kindness, and even reward the owner with a smile when the animal was one minute tendered to his use again; and the next, with the greatest cordiality, and in a manner not to be resisted, made over to his use entirely so long as he remained in Northamptonshire.
They transgressed, without fear or scruple, the rules of behavior that were binding on all others; smoking tobacco under the beadle's very nose, although each whiff would have cost a townsman a shilling; and quaffing, at their pleasure, draughts of wine or aqua-vitæ from pocket-flasks, which they freely tendered to the gaping crowd around them.
Keeper Class tenders are named for U.
Do you believe his tenders, as you call them?
Two picket ship tenders were damaged beyond repair.
We are jumping beyond them to the cargo ships and the tenders.
They have seaplane tenders, with cranes and a hangar on the back, I said.
I put in submissions for a few likely looking tenders over the years, but found.
As the tenders were pushed up the ladder, so the demand for the classy stuff increased.
The buoy tenders (180s) performed domestic security and overseas combat operations during the war.
Nobody of any consequence in the OPMI market tenders until just before a tender offer is to expire.
The namesake of the new class of 16 seagoing buoy tenders was scheduled for duty on the East Coast.
We would be arriving at six and the appointment for the opening of the tenders was scheduled for ten.
They dropped out of hyper drive where Abraham’s calculations led him to believe the tenders were located.
In order to establish exactly where the increase lies, it is necessary to have prices and tenders with.
The usual design-and-bid process, with tenders and all that bureaucratic red tape would simply take too long.
The smaller vessels that protected the battleship were supported on tenders and other vessels in the convoy.
And it seemed to the tenders of the sick that on the Halfling and on the Lady of Rohan this malady lay heavily.
Before the day was over, this episode was published abroad by the swine tenders, and the whole village believed it.
Several 180-foot buoy tenders were constructed in the shipyards of Duluth and Superior, and were operational in 1942-43.
We should buy a machine for our office, but before we take it in, we’ll use it for typing the bid-less tenders at my place.
There was a crowd about it all day long, and the tenders were constantly flying to and fro with important faces and rattling money boxes.
We could see the white squares with red crosses painted on their canvas sides as the Crossley tenders bumped past us on their rubber tyres.
The sinking fund acquires the security by call, by means of sealed tenders, or by open-market purchases made by the trustee or the corporation.
We didn’t need to send out tenders for a particular make or model, we needed proposals for a system that could handle our specific typesetting needs.
Louis district and command responsibility for 19 buoy tenders that patrolled the tributaries and main channels of the Ohio, Missouri, and Mississippi rivers.
In addition to building the 225-foot Juniper Class buoy tenders, Marinette Marine received a federal contract to build the new Keeper Class shore and inland cutters.
The buoy tenders Acacia, Mariposa, and Mesquite from the Michigan ports of Grand Haven, Detroit, and Charlevoix, respectively, were led into the harbor by the Duluth-based USCGC Sundew.
The names of many brave lighthouse keepers remain etched on the hulls of buoy tenders called, in their honor, Keeper Class cutters, built by the Marinette Marine Corporation of Marinette, Wisconsin.
The conference honored the 45th Anniversary of the five Great Lakes 108-foot buoy tenders constructed in Duluth during World War II by the Marine Iron and Ship Building Company and Zenith Dredge Company.
Some of the 180-foot buoy tenders served in the World War II Pacific, and provided access to islands eventually liberated from Japanese troops (Stodghill, Reunion Will Buoy Former Cutter Crews, 1994).
Oh, the success of the enterprise hinged upon the late arrival of Fire Tenders, wasn’t it? After all, all those truckloads of contaminated chemicals would surely need time to destruct the unit beyond recognition.
The former Coast Guard officer traced the history of the construction of “USCG buoy tenders at 3 Duluth shipyards during the 1940s: the Woodrush, Woodbine, Acacia, Firebush, and others” (“Fleischmann,” April 2005).
Pharan and his Egyptians brought up the rear as tenders of the supply train with Gad having newly been appointed their overseer, as well as drover for the remaining horses of the annihilated troop that had not already been pressed into other service.
Cutters armed with M-60 machine guns included the 140-foot icebreaking tugs Katmai Bay, Mobile Bay, Bristol Bay, Neah Bay, and Biscayne Bay; and the newer icebreakers and buoy tenders Mackinaw, Alder and Hollyhock (Tasikas, Rush-Bagot…, 2006).
Meanwhile in the current election campaign it has been revealed that the Nuclear Energy Corporation (Necsa) used state resources to fund the ruling party’s election drive casting a shadow on an entity that will soon adjudicate over the biggest public tenders yet awarded.
Coast Guard historian and author Dennis Noble traced the role of the lighthouse tenders that maintained aids to navigation: supplied the lighthouses with mail, equipment, and supplies; removed and returned keepers to their stations; brought lighthouse inspectors on board; serviced buoys; and sometimes went aground in the process.
Of course, the architect should be as careful in his estimates as his experience allows him to be, and any conscientious man would try not to mislead a client, but both he and his client must remember that when the tenders of the builders themselves usually vary from fifty to a hundred per cent for the same piece of work, an architect’s estimate cannot be anything more than an opinion.
For activists and certain aggressive non-control investors using this approach, finding securities that are attractively priced based on the standards we have discussed is not as difficult as finding doable deals, situations where resource conversions can be made to take place, or where there seem to be probabilities that resource conversions will take place, in the context of cash tenders for control, mergers and acquisitions, going private, and liquidations.
That you have ta'en these tenders for true pay,.
INTERVAL: The strapping fire tenders drilled with a nodding song,.
I guess that many of the tenders have stopped coming around here, like many others,.

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