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Compass в предложении (на )

  1. A plan is a compass.
  2. Its symbol is a compass.
  3. A compass shows where one.
  4. Joey threw the compass aside.
  5. I considered making a compass.

  6. I wanted to consult the compass.
  7. A compass and a map of the area.
  8. I need a compass for these seas.
  9. There my eyes fell on the compass.
  10. We have boxed the compass among us.
  11. Now, I want my stuff, and my compass.
  12. Mariner's compass, the invention of, A.
  13. All points of the compass were lost in.
  14. Where is the compass? Lezura said.
  15. Jamie brought his compass up to his face.

  16. He held the compass in front of his face.
  17. In search of a broken compass to guide me.
  18. Did compass me, while I this vale was in:.
  19. The compass was of much aid to the sailor.
  20. Compass, mariner's, on the invention of, A.
  21. How could they do that? Even the compass.
  22. Dipping compass, on the manipulations of, J.
  23. The compass will guide you to the God Titan.
  24. This…youngling, is a Lanterian compass.
  25. Lezura looked for the compass and took it up.

  26. I angered Heaven; it was not mine to compass.
  27. Where’s that bitch with my compass?
  28. He turned until the compass was pointing east.
  29. Colling had only the compass and the old chart.
  30. Cromer in Norfolk so that completes the compass.
  31. Which way was north? If only she had a compass.
  32. Klaproth on the invention of the compass, xl, 242.
  33. As the compass turns, so turned Grandfather, north.
  34. Herod, to compass the child's death, slew all the.
  35. She checked the compass again, then took off her.
  36. I pulled out my map and compass and got my bearings.
  37. Then – after checking his hand-held compass - he.
  38. An image of a compass with a needle came to me, with.
  39. One body, in Christ: he was the north on the compass.
  40. Paul dug into his saddlebag and pulled out the compass.
  41. He had with him a spiritual compass to guide His path.
  42. Maybe his inner compass had overestimated his facility.
  43. She has been stabbing Emily in the back with a compass.
  44. Here, towards this particular point of the compass, Mr.
  45. It is still limited to the compass of national benefit.
  46. Joey forced his eyes to look at the compass in his hand.
  47. The wind shifted abruptly to every point on the compass.
  48. The compass was huge, compared to the ones in our scouts.
  49. Neither one of them had a compass and they were worried.
  50. Are you sure you can handle the compass? said Will.
  51. She grabbed the compass just an inch from Joey’s reach.
  52. They may go any place toward which the compass can point.
  53. I’ll have to walk around with a compass and a notepad.
  54. Those who came within the compass of 3 miles were subdued.
  55. A few bucks in my pocket, and four points on the compass.
  56. I prefer to do without, and steer by a compass that's true.
  57. In a short compass, it gives a complete reasoned moral code.
  58. What’s so special about this compass? the woman said.
  59. The needle which moves round the compass also moves in souls.
  60. Now, this question lies as I have said, in a very small compass.
  61. He placed a stick of incense and a candle at each compass point.
  62. We had neither watch nor compass so took a wild stab and set off.
  63. Homer set his compass direction to north, and started his engine.
  64. The compass indicated that the Nautilus hadn't changed direction.
  65. He only hoped that her moral compass was now ingrained within him.
  66. Lezura handed Joey the compass, which she said was actually a key.
  67. And I'll be able to visit those famous islands where the Compass.
  68. She quickly puts the compass in her pencilcase and smiles sweetly.
  69. He looked at his compass, played out the line and started counting.
  70. The question may be brought for examination within a narrow compass.
  71. I just- just want- I just want to pop all those eyes with a compass.
  72. Your compass is the energy that is builded to feel from the universe.
  73. But the coward only knew that there was no compass and no chart aboard.
  74. Valerius had no idea toward what point of the compass they were headed.
  75. He pressed another button and the internal compass spun until it found.
  76. He let it out, arm over arm, glancing at his dive compass and counting.
  77. As soon as he loses his bearings, the compass isn’t much good anymore.
  78. What kind of witch are you that your witchy compass doesn't work?
  79. He was holding the compass with the arm that was supposed to be blown off.
  80. Follow your heart wherever it leads for it is the compass of one’s soul.
  81. The upper right-hand corner, which displayed the four points of the compass.
  82. Yeltsa held up the compass and said, That’s because I have the key!.
  83. He had his pocket knife in his pocket and the metal screwed with the compass.
  84. If you do not have a compass, there are a number of ways of creating your own.
  85. Clastaan searched the compass with a claw, found the lock and pricked it open.
  86. A force of this kind is entirely within the compass of our means at this time.
  87. Whatever help Jai imagined the compass might have provided, he had been wrong.
  88. And Shen Kuo’s simple compass was complimented by continued development of.
  89. Traveling in the lead, the Compass ran afoul of breakers on the southerly coast.
  90. He used a thin, meandering column of smoke from an old fire as a compass bearing.
  91. Without consulting her compass, she ran as fast as she could away from the stalk.
  92. A pale slip of a name, which held in its narrow lines the wide compass of a life.
  93. They remain unknown to a society that has lost its spiritual and moral compass!.
  94. Clastaan lifted his glasses, put the key back in the compass and handed it to Joey.
  95. For him to say he owes us nothing points to a leadership that has lost its compass.
  96. The earth below began to rotate just like a compass needle in an electrical storm.
  97. The Dangler gave him a warning look, then pulled a compass out of his breast pocket.
  98. Each triangle points in one of four directions and can be arranged as the compass.
  99. It is well known that China discovered gunpowder, the compass, paper and calligraphy.
  100. I had as he took out his compass from a breast pocket and marked the degrees of our.
  1. That will bring you to Oldport very late, I’m afraid, he ventured, feeling his way toward a compassing of his plan.
  2. The old devil, failing to ruin Ivan’s kingdom with soldiers, transformed himself into a nobleman, dressed exquisitely, and became one of Ivan’s subjects, with the intention of compassing the downfall of his kingdom—as he had done with that of Tarras.
  3. Not that I so much as knew precisely what was wanting to me: my only thought was, that so sweet a creature, as this youth seemed to me, could only make me happy; but then, the little likelihood there was of compassing an acquaintance with him, or perhaps of ever seeing him again, dashed my desires, and turned them into torments.
  2. Jerusalem compassed with armies [Luke 21:20].
  3. Jerusalem compassed with armies (Luke 21:20).
  4. For dogs have compassed me: the assembly of the.
  5. Jerusalem compassed with armies, which were spoken.
  7. JAMES VERSION] compassed me about; the snares of death prevented me.
  8. James Version] compassed me about; the snares of death prevented me.
  9. King James Version) compassed me about; the snares of death prevented me.
  10. The sorrows of hell compassed me about: the snares of death prevented me.
  11. NEW KING JAMES VERSION] compassed me about; the snares of death prevented.
  12. The sorrows of death compassed me, and the pains of HELL gat hold upon me: I.
  14. The sorrows of death compassed me, and the floods of ungodly men made me afraid.
  15. Luke 21:20 says, But when you see Jerusalem compassed with armies, then know that.
  16. Version] [Hell changed to sheol in New King James Version] compassed me about: the.
  17. David had been compassed about by it, he would not have been alive on earth to write.
  18. CHANGED TO SHEOL IN NEW KING JAMES VERSION] compassed me about: the snares of death prevented me.
  19. And they went up on the breadth of the earth, and compassed the camp of the saints about, and the.
  20. The sorrows of death compassed me, and the pains of HELL gat hold upon me: I found trouble and sorrow.
  22. When he had compassed a hundred strides, the day, which was already beginning to break, came to his assistance.
  23. A little of Egypt and Bohemia in the lower regions suited the upper spheres, and compassed the aims of the powerful.
  24. Jerusalem compassed with armies, which were spoken of by Daniel (Daniel 9:27) was to be in their time and seen by them.
  25. For the man was so compassed with fear and horror of the body, that it was manifest to them that looked on him, what sorrow he had.
  26. Then the children of Israel cried to the Lord their God, because their heart failed, for all their enemies had compassed them round.
  27. The parallel passage in Luke 21:20 says, But when you see Jerusalem compassed with armies, then know that her desolation is at hand.
  28. If Hell were a place of eternal torment after death and David had been compassed about by it, he would not have been alive on earth to write this.
  29. If Hell were a place of eternal torment after death, and David had been compassed about by it, he would not have been alive on earth to write this.
  30. We are compassed about with a great cloud of witnesses, who in the faith of these words have lived happy and useful lives, and died glorious deaths.
  31. This crop is now more free from the encumbrance of debt than ever before, and with it has been raised a supply of food far greater than slavery ever compassed.
  32. I cannot understand how he gets a resurrection out of "The abomination of desolation," or as Luke puts it, "When you see Jerusalem compassed with armies" (Luke 21:20).
  33. The sorrows of HELL (grave-sheol "grave" in margin of King James Version) (Hell changed to sheol in New King James Version) compassed me about: the snares of death prevented me.
  34. We bless thee for the cloud of witnesses with which we are compassed about, for the footsteps of the flock, for the elders that have obtained a good report, and are now through faith and patience inheriting the promises.
  35. And it were well if all such could be admonished to discriminate judgments of which the true subject-matter lies entirely beyond their reach, from those of which the elements may be compassed by a narrow and superficial survey.
  36. Then said Christian, Ah! my friend, the sorrows of death hath compassed me about; I shall not see the land that flows with milk and honey; and with that a great darkness and horror fell upon Christian, so that he could not see before him.
  37. The author attempted the difficult task of presenting in a single story the whole life of Rome, the intrigues of that day which compassed the overthrow of Domitian, and the deep fervor and terrible trials of the Christians in the last of the general persecutions.
  38. The sorrows of death compassed me,.
  39. Lo! compassed by his grove of oaks,.
  1. Threw our compasses off.
  2. There's the thing ruined our compasses.
  3. There’s the thing ruined our compasses.
  4. The bigger compasses are usually more accurate.
  5. The Speculum resembl’d a Pair of Compasses or, indeed, Calipers.
  6. With so many moral compasses to choose from, liberals could not determine right from wrong.
  7. Elfric was bent over the tracing floor, drawing with a pair of compasses – on a fresh layer of plaster.
  8. I think I might be doomed to live in the room under my mother’s until I stab myself with a pair of compasses.
  9. A bale of Islamic Prayer Mats had been found, and many had inbuilt compasses to indicate the direction of Mecca.
  10. Thou poor, proud heaven-gazer and sun's pilot! yesterday I wrecked thee, and to-day the compasses would fain have wrecked me.
  11. In the general confusion, some iron too near the binnacles had attracted the needle of the compasses; the ship was steered out of her course.
  12. A few yards down was a shop filled with what Zach called "sea things," from fishing tackle and compasses to longjohns and thick navy-oiled jerseys.
  13. Tuning their AN/ARN-6 Radio Compasses, that looked like the WWII coffee grinders, to the proper station would allow the needle on the automatic direction finder (ADF) unit to point to the station.
  14. Instances have been reported of compasses being considerably deflected in this manner, and their Lordships have now directed that the use of steel stretchers in caps is to be immediately discontinued.
  15. After that they took his right hand, placed it on something, and told him to hold a pair of compasses to his left breast with the other hand and to repeat after someone who read aloud an oath of fidelity to the laws of the Order.
  16. When all were rested, Jarek gave them maps and compasses and, after instruction, set them off exploring the rest of the property belonging to the cabin while he remained accessible in a clearing, and Zeno caught up on his studies in their room.
  17. Their Lordships say that their attention has been called to the practice of seamen wearing steel stretchers in their caps, and to the danger which may result from these stretchers becoming strongly magnetised, and being worn by men close to the ship's compasses.
  18. But in either case, the needle never again, of itself, recovers the original virtue thus marred or lost; and if the binnacle compasses be affected, the same fate reaches all the others that may be in the ship; even were the lowermost one inserted into the kelson.
  19. Accessory, perhaps, to the impulse dictating the thing he was now about to do, were certain prudential motives, whose object might have been to revive the spirits of his crew by a stroke of his subtile skill, in a matter so wondrous as that of the inverted compasses.
  20. Finally, with both Nancy and Maryam satisfied that the designated section leaders had the correct heading set on their compasses and knew where they were and where they were going, the Afghan women lined up and turned towards the Mecca before kneeling for the evening prayers.
  21. Deliberately standing before the binnacle, and eyeing the transpointed compasses, the old man, with the sharp of his extended hand, now took the precise bearing of the sun, and satisfied that the needles were exactly inverted, shouted out his orders for the ship's course to be changed accordingly.
  22. The belief that a few should take over the thinking of many and decide for all the way things would be, based off of their own screwed up moral compasses justified by the excuse that the majority of society or at least those that mattered most to them would benefit and that the sacrifice of those who wouldn’t was acceptable.
  23. Also there were no compasses, barometers,.

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