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Knotty в предложении (на )

1. This is a knotty problem, isn’t it?
2. Amazing, really, how the knotty lines of raw tissue.
3. The problem this time around, however, was a knotty one.
4. But I'm made of knotty Aroostook hemlock; I don't budge.
5. A few stones had cracked, the trunks and vines were knotty.
6. After several strides the camel lengthened out his long knotty legs.
7. Then, crumpling the can in a knotty fist, he tossed it into the sink burping loudly.

8. He lost himself in these knotty problems of morality until interrupted by his grumbling stomach.
9. One of them hadn’t buttoned up his shirt, and his chest and tummy looked all knotty and hairy.
10. The ceiling soared overhead, with knotty boards rising to an angled peak, in a shallow upside-down V.
11. The same knotty hair and bearded head, the same densely furrowed face, the same deep, calm, gray eyes.
12. He sat down with his carving stone, and rounded a knotty piece of wood before looking Sabina in the eyes.
13. There was a grass-grown track descending the forest aisle between hoar and knotty shafts and under branched arches.
14. The knotty pine panels had been stripped away and the faded walls were painted colonial blue with white wainscoting.
15. For all these knotty points see the seventeenth book of my Fundamentals of Sexology or the Love Passion which Doctor L.
16. When I ventured downstairs a few minutes before five o’clock the knotty pine table in the kitchen had been set for dinner.
17. He felt as though he had never explained knotty points and given his decisions so intelligently, so judiciously as that morning.
18. Two or three times, the matter in hand became so knotty, that the jackal found it imperative on him to get up, and steep his towels anew.
19. He could have been as old as seventy, but wore short shorts and a starched undershirt year-round, and his arms and calves were knotty with muscles.
20. Her knotty black hair was cut shoulder-length and she often wore a harness of shoulder-pockets but never anything else unless she was ashore in town.
21. The slab has here been replaced by a cross-beam, against which lean five or six shapeless fragments of knotty and petrified wood which resemble huge bones.
22. Perhaps that is the likeness of a mandarin—bulbous nose, hanging cheeks, moustaches drooping like plumes, a peaked head, knotty hands—a regular deformity.
23. On this knotty point however the views of the pair, poles apart as they were both in schooling and everything else with the marked difference in their respective ages, clashed.
24. He felt the urge to tell her about something amusing that had happened, or he wanted her opinion on a knotty problem, or he found himself performing some task the way she would want it done, such as carefully bathing Lolla’s grazed knee with warm wine.
25. Behind the busiest street, I walked romantic corridors between dilapidated wood and mud houses with charming little kitchens, fire-places, wood storage rooms, and some with courtyards and even pebble mosaic designs laid in the ground beneath knotty gnarled old trees that still flowered bright crimson and pale blue.
26. Its grey front stood out well from the background of a rookery, whose cawing tenants were now on the wing: they flew over the lawn and grounds to alight in a great meadow, from which these were separated by a sunk fence, and where an array of mighty old thorn trees, strong, knotty, and broad as oaks, at once explained the etymology of the mansion’s designation.
27. And from the sleeves of her red jacket looked out two large hands with knotty joints, the dust of barns, the potash of washing the grease of wools had so encrusted, roughened, hardened these that they seemed dirty, although they had been rinsed in clear water; and by dint of long service they remained half open, as if to bear humble witness for themselves of so much suffering endured.
28. But when he took up the mighty task to which he consecrated his life, and was left to grapple with illiteracy, superstition and the needs of a benighted and down-trodden people, knotty questions in theology no longer vexed him, for he recognized that there was but one all-sufficient solvent for the dark problems which thrust themselves into the foreground, and that was the redemptive power of the Gospel of Christ.
29. Finally, leading him out of the church they carried him to the judgment seat and seated him on it, and the duke's majordomo said to him, It is an ancient custom in this island, senor governor, that he who comes to take possession of this famous island is bound to answer a question which shall be put to him, and which must be a somewhat knotty and difficult one; and by his answer the people take the measure of their new governor's wit, and hail with joy or deplore his arrival accordingly.
30. His shirt of coarse yellow linen, fastened at the neck by a small silver anchor, permitted a view of his hairy breast: he had a cravat twisted into a string; trousers of blue drilling, worn and threadbare, white on one knee and torn on the other; an old gray, tattered blouse, patched on one of the elbows with a bit of green cloth sewed on with twine; a tightly packed soldier knapsack, well buckled and perfectly new, on his back; an enormous, knotty stick in his hand; iron-shod shoes on his stockingless feet; a shaved head and a long beard.
31. Senor, a large river separated two districts of one and the same lordship--will your worship please to pay attention, for the case is an important and a rather knotty one? Well then, on this river there was a bridge, and at one end of it a gallows, and a sort of tribunal, where four judges commonly sat to administer the law which the lord of river, bridge and the lordship had enacted, and which was to this effect, 'If anyone crosses by this bridge from one side to the other he shall declare on oath where he is going to and with what object; and if he swears truly, he shall be allowed to pass, but if falsely, he shall be put to death for it by hanging on the gallows erected there, without any remission.

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