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Travail numa frase em (in ingles)

  1. And I nourished him with great travail.
  2. After great travail, I located the Sword.
  3. But, all these things are the beginning of travail.
  4. That check is the epitome of his brain’s travail.
  5. Then he sank down again, moaning like a Woman in Travail.

  6. He was like a woman in travail as he sat beside his chief.
  7. The two women had bonded through the common travail of their men.
  8. No matter the present travail, she usually managed to play the part.
  9. I knew that I was lost in deep Travail, but for the Life of me I did not care.
  10. When we pray with or for those women that are near the time of travail, or in travail.
  11. He was an honored figure in Mexican history, and brought his country through great travail.
  12. By Jove, the Man is both Artist and Musician—he must as well be adept at delivering Women in Travail!.
  13. For the first time all that pure, spiritual, inward travail through which she had lived appeared on the surface.
  14. And when he came to the verse, "A woman, when she is in travail, hath sorrow because her hour is come", he missed it out.
  15. Babylon has heard the report of them, and his hands waxed feeble: anguish took hold of him, and pangs as of a woman in travail.

  16. He sent Susannah for hot Water, clean Sheets, a fresh Shift for me; then he began to question me as to the Onset of my Travail.
  17. When I came to my cabin after trying to help Charley in his travail, Robbie was tying a trouble light to the iron frame of my sad bed.
  18. I swear that when you were but five Weeks old, I tried in vain to recollect the Pains of Travail and e’en then could scarce succeed.
  19. She caught the unfinished word in its flight and took it straight into her open heart, divining the secret meaning of all Pierre’s mental travail.
  20. When they are saying, Peace and safety, then sudden destruction comes open them, as travail upon a woman with child: and they shall in no wise escape.
  21. In these days of travail, even your own kinsfolk, under the leadership of those who have rejected the Son of Man, will deliver you up to prison and death.
  22. He shall see of the travail of his soul, and shall be satisfied: by his knowledge shall my righteous servant justify many; for he shall bear their iniquities.
  23. O he was not entirely insensible of my Pains, but truly he seem’d more to wish for the Vindication of his own Success, than for the Happy Conclusion of my Travail.
  24. He shall see of the travail of his soul, and shall be satisfied: by the knowledge of himself shall my righteous servant justify many; and he shall bear their iniquities.
  25. I knew not how many Hours I had been in Travail, yet could I see the Dawn rising in the London Sky, and I was so weary and so weak that I welcom’d any Opiate I might have.

  26. But when He said "Cry out you who travail not" He means this that we should sincerely offer up our prayers to God and should not like women m travail show signs of weakness.
  27. Richard had seen them before, of course, but he’d never really seen them, their shambolic rumple and manifest travail (he was working his way through Faulkner at the time).
  28. My little children, of whom I am again in travail until Christ be formed in you-but I could wish to be present with you now, and to change my tone; for I am perplexed about you.
  29. When they (those of the world) are saying, Peace and safety, then sudden destruction (olethros) comes upon them, as travail upon a woman with child; and they shall in no wise escape.
  30. Who was itthat placed the travail upon Adam and his wife, or gave Moses the misery of the wilderness, or Joseph the prison term, or King David to have to hide out in a cave? It was God.
  31. If ev’ry Mother recollected her Travail too strongly, she would be inclin’d to cling to her Child more desperately when she should send it forth into the World to seek its own Fortune.
  32. He knew that Karyl’s skepticism, his disbelief in Creators and Grey Angels and magic and the Fae and all that mystic lot, had formed the one constant in a life full of travail and uncertainty.
  33. Now, I would fain describe the Hours of Travail that follow’d but a curious Fog hath misted ’em, like Clouds snagg’d upon a Mountaintop; and try as I may, I have only the haziest Recollection.
  34. A woman is indeed sorrowful in the hour of her travail, but when she is once delivered of her child, she immediately forgets her anguish in the joy of the knowledge that a man has been born into the world.
  35. Nekhludoff left the carriage and went in search of an official to whom he might speak for the woman in travail and about Taras, but could not find him, nor get an answer from any of the convoy for a long time.
  36. These dread Words gave me Energy and Determination where I fear’d none were left, and suddenly, I was seiz’d with the Conviction that I could bear the Pains of Travail for all Eternity rather than sacrifice my Child.
  37. The dim forehead was crowned with a star; the lineaments below were seen as through the suffusion of vapour; the eyes shone dark and wild; the hair streamed shadowy, like a beamless cloud torn by storm or by electric travail.
  38. The man hearkened to her words for he felt with wonder women's woe in the travail that they have of motherhood and he wondered to look on her face that was a fair face for any man to see but yet was she left after long years a handmaid.
  39. Apostle Paul (Apostle of Jesus Christ appointed after the Resurrection by Jesus) Paul the apostle who before was called Saul after his great travail and unspeakable labors in promoting the Gospel of Christ suffered also in this first persecution under Nero.
  40. For weary generations the Jews have not ceased to toil, sweat, groan, travail, and endure the sufferings and experience the sorrows of a misunderstood and despised people, all in order that they might come a little nearer the discovery of the truth about God.
  41. I had not disburden’d my Bladder since the previous Night and when she so rudely thrust her Fingers in my Privy Place, I fear’d I might piss upon the Floor, and then my Degradation would be compleat! With much Travail, I held back, biting my lower Lip until it fairly bled.
  42. He dar’d not undrape me for fear of being condemn’d in his Profession: for if an Accoucheur could not undrape a Woman in Travail without transgressing the Bounds of Modesty, then how would he presume to do so, after she had been so happily deliver’d—albeit by another?
  43. Do you hear the first with a sufferer's travail and the second with a complainer's lack? Why not the first with the incredulous tone of the fortunate's humble thankfulness, and the latter with the survivor's guilt turned joyful giver? Why did I win the lottery; why did I lose a leg? Rewarded?
  44. And when travail comes upon her, which she cannot escape; be pleased, O Lord, to deliver her: O Lord make haste to help her: Be thou thyself her help and deliverer, make no tarrying, O our God: Let her be safely delivered, and remember the anguish no more, for joy that a child is born into the world, is born unto thee.
  45. Dimly, I recollected that Women at the Start of Travail are said to be seiz’d with great Vigour, that some compleat entire Tapestries, and others sew Christening Gowns, with intricate Embroideries, whilst others are seiz’d with a Passion to sweep Floors, clean Grates, bake dozens of Pyes, and roast Legs o’ Mutton!.
  46. But owing to the superstition that the fewer the people who know of it the less a woman in travail suffers, everyone tried to pretend not to know; no one spoke of it, but apart from the ordinary staid and respectful good manners habitual in the prince’s household, a common anxiety, a softening of the heart, and a consciousness that something great and mysterious was being accomplished at that moment made itself felt.
  47. All these things are the beginning of travail; But before all of that they shall lay hands on you and persecute you and deliver you to the synagogues and into prisons and bring you before kings and judges for my name's sake; And that shall be to you for a witness; But first must my gospel be preached to all nations; And when they bring you into the synagogues before the rulers and the authorities be not anxious beforehand how you shall answer for yourselves or what you 47 shall say: because it is not you who speak but the Holy Spirit.
  48. But the Vigour is at best a passing Fancy, o’erwhelm’d quite soon by the Pains of Travail; for no sooner had I determin’d upon the Names for my Star-cross’d Lovers—Clotilda and Philidore—and penn’d an appropriately obsequious Epistle Dedicatory (with Blanks for the Name of whiche’er Noble Lord should be most worth my Flatteries when the Romance was done), than the Pains of Travail became strong indeed, and I dropp’d my Quill to the Paper (where the Inkblot oddly form’d the Profile of a curious Horn’d Creature) and I held my Belly and pray’d to the Goddess above for my own Life and the Life of my Child.
  49. And have we not a right to say in his defence, that the true lover of knowledge is always striving after being--that is his nature; he will not rest in the multiplicity of individuals which is an appearance only, but will go on--the keen edge will not be blunted, nor the force of his desire abate until he have attained the knowledge of the true nature of every essence by a sympathetic and kindred power in the soul, and by that power drawing near and mingling and becoming incorporate with very being, having begotten mind and truth, he will have knowledge and will live and grow truly, and then, and not till then, will he cease from his travail.
  50. In a little while and you shall not see Me and again in a little while and you shall see Me because I go to the Father; Do you enquire among yourselves of what I said in a little while and you shall not see Me and again in a little while and you shall see Me? Truly truly I say to you that you shall weep and lament but the world shall rejoice: and you shall be sorrowful but your sorrow shall be turned into joy; A woman when she is in travail has sorrow because her hour has come; but as soon as she is delivered of the child she no longer remembers the anguish because of the joy that a man is born into the world; and therefore you now have sorrow; but I will see you again and your heart shall rejoice and your joy no man takes from you; and in that day you shall ask Me nothing; truly truly I say to you whatever you shall ask the Father in my name He will give it you; until now you have asked nothing in my name; ask and you shall receive so that your joy may be full.
  51. And the word of his mouth kills all the sinners; And all the unrighteous are destroyed from before his face; And there shall stand up in that day all the kings and the mighty; And the exalted and those who hold the Earth; And they shall see and recognize How he sits on the throne of his glory; And righteousness is judged before him; And no lying word is spoken before him; Then shall pain come on them as on a woman in travail and she has pain in bringing out when her child enters the mouth of the womb; And she has pain in bringing out; And one portion of them shall look on the other; And they shall be terrified; And they shall be downcast of countenance; And pain shall seize them; When they see that Son of Man Sitting on the throne of his glory; And the kings and the mighty and all who possess the Earth shall bless and glorify and extol Him who rules over all who was hidden; For from the beginning the Son of Man was hidden; And the Most High preserved him in the presence of His might; And revealed him to the elect.
  52. And the word of his mouth kills all the sinners; And all the unrighteous are destroyed from before his face; And there shall stand up in that day all the kings and the mighty; And the exalted and those who hold the Earth; And they shall see and recognize How he sits on the throne of his glory; And righteousness is judged before him; And no lying word is spoken before him; Then shall pain come on them as on a woman in travail, and she has pain in bringing out when her child enters the mouth of the womb; And she has pain in bringing out; And one portion of them shall look on the other; And they shall be terrified; And they shall be downcast of countenance; And pain shall seize them; When they see that Son of Man Sitting on the throne of his glory; And the kings and the mighty and all who possess the Earth shall bless and glorify and extol Him who rules over all, who was hidden; For from the beginning the Son of Man was hidden; And the Most High preserved him in the presence of His might; And revealed him to the elect.
  1. What is a life in a travailing.
  2. And she being with child cried, travailing in birth, and pained to be delivered.
  3. And she being with child cried, travailing with birth, and pained to be delivered.
  4. Why, we shall soon have you believing that only you in this groaning and travailing creation suffer.
  5. Will nothing end this state of things? Is creation to go on groaning and travailing for ever after this fashion? Thanks be to God, the Second Advent of Christ supplies an answer to these questions.
  6. I can pray strongly, and ‘stir my spirit man up’; or as I yield to the Holy Spirit He may take over, and then there's a whole different language of groaning in the spirit, of travailing in prayer.
  7. Kjv Revelation 12:1 And there appeared a great wonder in heaven; a woman clothed with the sun, and the moon under her feet, and upon her head a crown of twelve stars: 2 And she being with child cried, travailing in birth, and pained to be delivered.
  1. When she travailed, one put out a hand, and the.
  2. Before she travailed, she brought out; before her pain came, she was delivered of a man child.
  3. A voice from the city, a voice from the temple, a voice from the Lord says: `Before she travailed, she brought forth; before her pain came, she was delivered of a man child.
  1. Happy travels and sappy travails.
  2. The Spirit of God travails in the prayer-life of the soul.
  3. The Travails Of The Pros and Cons Of A Business Credit Card.
  4. His travails on account of the colour of his skin are numerous.
  5. The only person who understood the travails of life with her sister.
  6. Susori leaned back against the pillows of the bed in weariness from the day’s travails.
  7. In an interview I did with Modi in 2012, I had asked him a question on Shah’s legal travails.
  8. Justice Piedmont, Tobias has been infected by his travails with the Elassai that murdered his family.
  9. That being the case, why should the Indian politicians of the day bother about the later-day travails of Mother India?
  10. They threw themselves on the mercy of its inhabitants and were treated well enough, so that they recovered from the travails of their journey.
  11. Yet despite his complex problems and many cruel setbacks, he always clung to the belief that he would survive his travails and achieve a happier life.
  12. Rejoice you barren who bear not; break out and cry you who travails not; for she that is desolate has many more children than she that has an husband.
  13. Jaume frowned to see just how the travails of keeping not just the Companions but the whole fractious army tight, fed, and functional had worn his friend down.
  14. For it is written, Rejoice, you barren that bears not; Break forth and cry, you that travails not: For more are the children of the desolate than of her that has the husband.
  15. And I apologize for addressing you in such a direct fashion, but you see, I have knowledge of all wayward travelers and their travails since that is my reason for being on this planet.
  16. All she could do, coming back at night from dinner at Mom and Sandy’s, was sit with her father in the aquarium of the living room to watch a recap of the travails of his beloved Dick Nixon.
  17. He told her of the Goths, starting with their earliest known history in present-day Sweden and Poland, their subjugation by Attila and rebellion after his death, the Balkan travails, the conquest of Italy and so forth.
  18. On top of it all, monks cloaked in saffron-colored robes with shaved heads and shining faces were constantly coming and going, reciting prayers and chants for ones recovery and well-being, expecting a little something for their travails and I was constantly running out of small change.
  19. The story of Danny the Dumpster’s travails could be easily continued and amplified with much more depressing and devastating detail, but that likely is not necessary since the same kinds of stories—just changing the actors and scenarios—are to be found throughout the plains, hills, mountains, and valleys on every continent of our planet.

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