allude sätze

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Allude sätze (in englisch)

  1. And indeed, the Scriptures allude.
  2. And indeed, the Scriptures allude to the.
  3. No such time as you allude to will ever come.
  4. I am ashamed to allude to such a supposition.
  5. We will not allude to grammar and intonation.

  6. I allude to the Brazil and Spanish Main trade.
  7. His colours, by which I allude to the colour of.
  8. The paragraph to which I allude is the following:.
  9. Did either openly allude to their racial difference?
  10. The straight sides allude to the shortest path to truth.
  11. But until then, I conjure you, do not mention or allude to it.
  12. You can't allude to the "point of honour" in ordinary language.
  13. What I in-fact allude to above is that the Bollobanes were told.
  14. I need only allude to a speech made by a colleague of mine, (Mr.
  15. I would rather never allude to the past, for it is very painful to me.

  16. And indeed, the Scriptures allude to the rest of the dead being.
  17. The symbolic style used to allude to Maat also symbolizes a group with a.
  18. Long since you ought to have crushed it: now you should blush to allude to it.
  19. For as science and Scripture allude to; ‘God’ and the Creator is perhaps:.
  20. Excuse me if I allude to that which is painful to you, but I have no alternative.
  21. As a quick insight, the three groups of seven angels and seals purposely allude.
  22. I allude to the resolution, passed on the 3d of July, 1788, in the words following:.
  23. And he shut up any of his thoughtless comrades who attempted to allude to his connection.
  24. Note also that the word temple just happens to allude to the head, brain, and mind, hence the.
  25. I allude to the wonderful manner in which certain butterflies imitate, as first described by Mr.

  26. I allude to the eighth section, which admits of an increase of the present capital stock of the bank.
  27. But in making these and the following remarks, I am compelled to allude to subjects hereafter to be discussed.
  28. I allude to the repeated recital of British outrages, the bombardment of Copenhagen, and the attack on Constantinople.
  29. I allude particularly to the equivalent proposed as an inducement for the discontinuance of the practice of impressment.
  30. I allude more particularly, sir, to the branches of the bank which has been established at New Orleans and at Washington.
  31. Perhaps not; it is very possible, the prince agreed hastily, though I do not know what general law you allude to.
  32. There are a number of correlated facts to which we can allude, although we are hardly competent to undertake their interpretation.
  33. Some media commentators, without being specific, also allude that you are basically a fake and could not do what was claimed publicly.
  34. In fact the person who did this was not human, therefore it was incorrect to allude to him or her by using the words human being.
  35. This new phrase isn’t necessary, but something that doesn’t allude to a present tense would help keep the tenses overall consistent.
  36. When he was nearing the close of a deal, he would allude to getting down to the short rows, a farm expression about plowing a field.
  37. And speaking of the differences between the life on Mars and terrestrial life, I may allude here to the curious suggestions of the red weed.
  38. I mentioned just now the friends whom we have met at these Conference meetings, and before I close I must briefly allude to those we have lost.
  39. You allude to a view of the world to which I am not wholly unfamiliar, 'the wall is not just for the thief and the tiger, but for honest men'.
  40. Finally, to omit nothing, I will not allude here to your last strange, one may even say, your incomprehensible behaviour to me in the coffee-house.
  41. Of cases of changed habits it will suffice merely to allude to that of the many British insects which now feed on exotic plants, or exclusively on artificial substances.
  42. Are we to renew negotiation, then, when every circumstance manifests that it would be useless? Need I refer to what took place the other day—I allude to the publication of a letter by Mr.
  43. Oh, my brother does not allude to its value, although it has been estimated at 100,000 francs; he means, that the articles contained in this purse are the relics of the angel I spoke of just now.
  44. I allude to the duties established by the Emperor on articles of American produce, which were so enormously high, that the owner would prefer an abandonment of his cargo to a payment of the duties.
  45. Sometimes they have children, but if so, the children are always being brought up at a distance, at some aunt's, to whom these gentlemen never allude in good society, seeming ashamed of the relationship.
  46. On his side, however great Franz's desire was to allude to their former interview, the fear of being disagreeable to the man who had loaded him and his friend with kindness prevented him from mentioning it.
  47. I allude to the pamphlet which has within a few days past been printed and distributed among the members, containing the celebrated argument of General Hamilton, on the constitutionality of a National Bank.
  48. Duncan, who understood the Mohican to allude to the fatal rifle of the scout, bent forward in earnest observation of the effect it might produce on the conquerors; but the chief was content with simply retorting:.
  49. On a former occasion, several of the States were induced, from peculiar circumstances, to relinquish for a time their right in favor of a particular case—I allude to the first establishment of the Bank of North America.
  50. They will allude to the ‘right’ temperatures for particular chemical reactions and stable molecules, but always lurking in the background are the physiologist’s counterfactuals that give the right temperature meaning.
  51. This was so singularly the case that it had presumably much to do with the fact as to which, at the present day, I am at a loss for a different explanation: I allude to my unnatural composure on the subject of another school for Miles.
  52. I allude to the neuters or sterile females in insect communities: for these neuters often differ widely in instinct and in structure from both the males and fertile females, and yet, from being sterile, they cannot propagate their kind.
  53. Have we not, moreover, the best recorded proof that the present President holds similar opinions on this subject? His splendid opposition to the sedition law is the proof to which I allude, and is, in my mind, conclusive on this subject.
  54. Although Andrew did not directly allude to the vision of the night on the Sea of Galilee wherein Peter claimed to have seen the Master coming to them walking on the water, he said enough to betray to all present that he had this incident in mind.
  55. Is it necessary for me to allude to the reduction of the Army—to say by whom it was made? Sir, the proposition for it was originally made by the personage now addressing you; it came from what was then considered the Governmental side of the House.
  56. It just crossed her mind, too, that he might have a faint recollection of his tender vagary, and was disinclined to allude to it from a conviction that she would take amatory advantage of the opportunity it gave her of appealing to him anew not to go.
  57. We have so perverted the conception of science that it seems strange to men of our day to allude to sciences which should prevent the mortality of children, prostitution, syphilis, the deterioration of whole generations, and the wholesale murder of men.
  58. He hadn’t expected Fern to allude even indirectly to those pragmatic considerations, and he suddenly found himself wondering if he might not have been wrong when he’d assumed he’d been summoned to this meeting simply to hear the Council’s decision.
  59. Some say there is enjoyment in looking back to painful experience past; but at this day I can scarcely bear to review the times to which I allude: the moral degradation, blent with the physical suffering, form too distressing a recollection ever to be willingly dwelt on.
  60. The lawyer had, accordingly, begun with an explanation as to the theft of the apples,—an awkward matter couched in fine style; but Benigne Bossuet himself was obliged to allude to a chicken in the midst of a funeral oration, and he extricated himself from the situation in stately fashion.
  61. Here the biographer confesses that nothing would have induced him to allude to such realistic and low details, positively shocking and offensive to some lovers of the heroic style, if it were not that these details exhibit one peculiarity, one characteristic, in the hero of this story; for Mr.
  62. I didn't mean it! It was so wicked, so untrue and ungrateful, how could I say it! Oh, how could I say it! He was very kind, forgave her readily, and did not utter one reproach, but Meg knew that she had done and said a thing which would not be forgotten soon, although he might never allude to it again.
  63. Subsequent to the baptism of Jesus and the forty days in the Perean hills, it is hardly proper to speak of these seasons of communion with his Father as prayer, nor is it consistent to speak of Jesus as worshiping, but it is altogether correct to allude to these seasons as personal communion with his Father.
  64. She sang him his favorite songs, showed him her album, making him write in it, did not allow him to allude to the past, letting it be understood how was the present; and every day he went away in a fog, without having said what he meant to, and not knowing what he was doing or why he came, or how it would all end.
  65. Suppose the Prince of Essling, the Duke of Cadore, and other French dignitaries owned seven-eighths of the capital of this bank, should we witness the same exertions (I allude not to any made in the Senate) to recharter it? So far from it, would not the danger of French influence be resounded throughout the nation?
  66. You prohibited my mentioning my father's name to her, but perhaps "Count," said Albert, in a low tone to Monte Cristo, "do allow the signora to tell me she will allude to him of her own accord in the course of the recital, and you have no idea how delighted I should be to hear our name pronounced by such beautiful lips.
  67. She sang him his favorite songs, showed him her album, making him write in it, did not allow him to allude to the past, letting it be understood how delightful was the present; and every day he went away in a fog, without having said what he meant to, and not knowing what he was doing or why he came, or how it would all end.
  68. But the captain, for some unknown constitutional reason, had refrained from mentioning all this, and not till forced to it by Ahab's iciness did he allude to his one yet missing boy; a little lad, but twelve years old, whose father with the earnest but unmisgiving hardihood of a Nantucketer's paternal love, had thus early sought to initiate him in the perils and wonders of a vocation almost immemorially the destiny of all his race.
  69. To foreign lands he would allude,.

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