aught sätze

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Aught sätze (in englisch)

  1. Finding aught, he casts about.
  2. I would not have thee expiate in aught.
  3. Nor is he dead, for aught that I can tell.
  4. Nor aught on earth thy flinty heart can move.
  5. Nor could aught ease the grief that I was in.

  6. Against thy mother aught: leave her to heaven.
  7. And no one in the world cared for aught but pleasure.
  8. I thought he had not heard aught, so I told him the rumour.
  9. You have spoken, for aught I know, the true gospel sense of those texts.
  10. The Bible also states that we aught to put a bit in our mouth, like that used on.
  11. More than all, his treacherous retreats struck more of dismay than perhaps aught else.
  12. An you be the king's messengers (God shield His Majesty!) you shall not want for aught.
  13. Because I saw you forward to talk, and because I knew not that you had aught else but notion.
  14. You came very close, you must see yourself as the only real and aught else as illusory and transient.
  15. Edward would do; and I was certain he would not wait long neither: and he’s done right, for aught I know.

  16. The reason for it is found not in nature, nor in law, nor in aught on the level of humanity, or of the creation.
  17. An' til we came to the Dardanelles and had to wait to get our permit to pass, we never were within hail o' aught.
  18. Let none who are in the city and around about tarry to save aught, neither let those who are outside dare to enter therein.
  19. I shall be at hand all the night from sunset till after sunrise, and if there be aught that may be learned I shall learn it.
  20. And while they were afraid to ask aught concerning what he had said, they did recall all of it subsequent to his resurrection.
  21. I looked at what she was doing and thought I aught to be helping with the war effort as well, she took a sip of water from a glass by the bed.
  22. So that by no possibility could Coleridge's wild Rhyme have had aught to do with those mystical impressions which were mine, when I saw that bird upon our deck.
  23. And the multitudes of those who believed were of one heart and soul; and not one of them said that aught of the things which he possessed was his own, and they had all things in common.
  24. For aught she knew, his vessel might already have reached New York—he might be that blessed moment on his way to Harmouth! The thought sent little thrills of happiness bounding through her veins.
  25. If it be now, 'tis not to come; if it be not to come, it will be now; if it be not now, yet it will come: the readiness is all: since no man has aught of what he leaves, what is't to leave betimes?

  26. O‘Connor for failing to live up to his (O‘Connor‘s) politically correct standards of how an African American sports celebrity aught to behave; that is to say, by setting a proper ―example‖.
  27. But supposing these things are true, what aught those unhappy persons to do who have no marks of regeneration about them, and feel that they are not born again? Are they to sit still in hopeless despair?
  28. The Jews feared to say aught to John or to molest him in any way because he had something of the status of a Roman counselor designated to act as observer of the transactions of the Jewish ecclesiastical court.
  29. Your master himself may be beyond the British Channel, for aught you know: and then, if he is at Thornfield Hall, towards which you hasten, who besides him is there? His lunatic wife: and you have nothing to.
  30. Not a word he spoke; nor did his officers say aught to him; though by all their minutest gestures and expressions, they plainly showed the uneasy, if not painful, consciousness of being under a troubled master-eye.
  31. Clayton says they will meet with a fate similar to the mutineers of the ancient galleon, because King, the only man aboard who knew aught of navigation, was murdered on the beach by one of the men the day we landed.
  32. When they had all gathered around him once more, he said, "Before I tell you about this parable, do any of you have aught to say?" Following a moment of silence, Thomas spoke up: "Yes, Master, I wish to say a few words.
  33. The qualities that give vitality and distinction to drawing must be appreciated by the student himself, and may often assert themselves in his drawing without his being aware that he is doing aught but honestly copying.
  34. As Jared was standing like a lion before the bodies of his fathers praying and warning his people Satan envied him and wrought a beautiful apparition because Jared would not let his children do aught without his counsel.
  35. Say: Who then can do aught against Allah, if He had willed to destroy the Messiah son of Mary, and his mother and everyone on earth? Allah’s is the Sovereignty of the heavens and the earth and all that is between them.
  36. As Jared was standing like a lion before the bodies of his fathers, praying and warning his people, Satan envied him, and wrought a beautiful apparition, because Jared would not let his children do aught without his counsel.
  37. For aught that the Scripture reveals, Jesus, as a man, might as justly have been required to endure everlasting suffering—supposing this to have been the legal curse—as that shameful painful death which He actually underwent.
  38. This servant came forward, saying, `Lord, I knew you and realized that you were a shrewd man in that you expected gains where you had not personally labored; therefore was I afraid to risk aught of that which was intrusted to me.
  39. As for the sacraments, they really exhibit, but for aught we can gather out of that which is written of them, they are not really nor do really contain in themselves that grace which with them or by them it pleaseth God to bestow.
  40. You may have seen many a quaint craft in your day, for aught I know;—square-toed luggers; mountainous Japanese junks; butter-box galliots, and what not; but take my word for it, you never saw such a rare old craft as this same rare old Pequod.
  41. Farebrother on the possible histories of creatures that converse compendiously with their antennae, and for aught we know may hold reformed parliaments; when suddenly some inarticulate little sounds were heard which called everybody's attention.
  42. Boston, so far as medicine had aught to do with it, had hitherto lain in the guardianship of an aged deacon and apothecary, whose piety and godly deportment were stronger testimonials in his favor than any that he could have produced in the shape of a diploma.
  43. Our business is to be ambassadors of a spiritual government on high, and we must not immediately concern ourselves with aught but the representation of the will and character of the divine Father who stands at the head of the government whose credentials we bear.
  44. The other replied that, for aught they could see, the men were quiet, and sober, and intended nobody any harm; and that there were many that traded in their fair that were more worthy to be put into the cage, yea, and pillory too, than were the men they had abused.
  45. Indeed, he swore, and kept his oath, that, until all outstanding debts were paid, he would never wear any clothes than his father’s greatcoat and a corduroy jacket which he had made for himself, nor yet ride in aught but a country waggon, drawn by peasants’ horses.
  46. I was still further confirmed in the resolution I had taken, and when the judges asked me if I had aught to answer to Chvabrine's allegations, I contented myself with saying that I did abide by my first declaration, and that I had nothing more to show for my vindication.
  47. As I approached their table one of the ladies gave me a wide smile and asked loudly, 'Just wondering, how do they say Thank you in Greek? My husband said before I left that I aught to bring a phrase book, but you'd think they'd all speak English here, wouldn't you?'.
  48. He was rather too indulgent in humouring her caprices; not from affection, but from pride: he wished earnestly to see her bring honour to the family by an alliance with the Lintons, and as long as she let him alone she might trample on us like slaves, for aught he cared!.
  49. He commenced a systematic search of the cabin; but his attention was soon riveted by the books which seemed to exert a strange and powerful influence over him, so that he could scarce attend to aught else for the lure of the wondrous puzzle which their purpose presented to him.
  50. Ye don't see aught funny! Ha-ha! But that's because ye don't gawm the sorrowin' mother was a hell-cat that hated him because he was acrewk'd, a regular lamiter he was, an' he hated her so that he committed suicide in order that she mightn't get an insurance she put on his life.
  51. Her hands trembled with fright as she held the letter closer, but as she read the next Dear Wife, if I have concealed aught from you it is because I did not wish to lay a burden on your shoulders, to add to your worries for my physical safety with those of my mental turmoil.
  52. The mates regularly relieved each other at the watches, and for aught that could be seen to the contrary, they seemed to be the only commanders of the ship; only they sometimes issued from the cabin with orders so sudden and peremptory, that after all it was plain they but commanded vicariously.
  53. Sir, it is said that we are now about to make one sublime military effort, which shall do honor to this nation; that with these troops we are to take, not only the Canadas, but Halifax and Nova Scotia, and, for aught I know, East Florida, follow up the Tippecanoe expedition, and exterminate the Indians.
  54. But how now, Ishmael? How is it, that you, a mere oarsman in the fishery, pretend to know aught about the subterranean parts of the whale? Did erudite Stubb, mounted upon your capstan, deliver lectures on the anatomy of the Cetacea; and by help of the windlass, hold up a specimen rib for exhibition? Explain thyself, Ishmael.
  55. This restlessness, which, if it did not come to the surface, was still unmistakable; those vague hopes of the poor creatures which existed in spite of themselves, hopes so ill-founded that they were more like the promptings of incipient insanity than aught else; all this stamped the place with a character, an originality, peculiarly its own.
  56. Then Zaccheus stood upon a stool and said: Men of Jericho, hear me! I may be a publican and a sinner, but the great Teacher has come to abide in my house; and before he goes in, I tell you that I am going to bestow one half of all my goods upon the poor, and beginning tomorrow, if I have wrongfully exacted aught from any man, I will restore fourfold.
  57. On one occasion the Prophet teaches that the reward for good is paradise (3:136), but on another he asks (55:60), Is the reward of goodness aught but goodness? He affirms that everything proceeds from the will of God, who knowingly leads men astray (45:23), but in a latter chapter, he says the opposite: that every man is responsible for his own acts and deed.
  58. Alone, in such remotest waters, that though you sailed a thousand miles, and passed a thousand shores, you would not come to any chiseled hearth-stone, or aught hospitable beneath that part of the sun; in such latitudes and longitudes, pursuing too such a calling as he does, the whaleman is wrapped by influences all tending to make his fancy pregnant with many a mighty birth.
  59. My father and mother were, and for aught I know, are still, farmers in the country, not above forty miles from town: their barbarity to me, in favour of a son, on whom alone they vouchsafed to bestow their tenderness, had a thousand times determined me to fly their house, and throw myself on the wide world; but, at length, an accident forced me on this desperate attempt at the age of.
  60. Can we, then, by the citation of some of those instances wherein this thing of whiteness—though for the time either wholly or in great part stripped of all direct associations calculated to impart to it aught fearful, but nevertheless, is found to exert over us the same sorcery, however modified;—can we thus hope to light upon some chance clue to conduct us to the hidden cause we seek?
  61. I know that, to the common apprehension, this phenomenon of whiteness is not confessed to be the prime agent in exaggerating the terror of objects otherwise terrible; nor to the unimaginative mind is there aught of terror in those appearances whose awfulness to another mind almost solely consists in this one phenomenon, especially when exhibited under any form at all approaching to muteness or universality.
  62. Forgive me, fair ladies, if, through inadvertence, I have in aught offended you; for intentionally and wittingly I have never done so to any; and pray to God that he deliver me from this captivity to which some malevolent enchanter has consigned me; and should I find myself released therefrom, the favours that ye have bestowed upon me in this castle shall be held in memory by me, that I may acknowledge, recognise, and requite them as they deserve.
  63. He was rather too indulgent in humouring her caprices; not from affection, but from pride: he wished earnestly to see her bring honour to the family by an alliance with the Lintons, and as long as she let him alone she might trample on us like slaves, for aught he cared! Edgar Linton, as multitudes have been before and will be after him, was infatuated: and believed himself the happiest man alive on the day he led her to Gimmerton Chapel, three years subsequent to his father’s death.
  64. There is no evidence whatever that He endured a commutation of the penalty denounced; there is no evidence for aught else than that His Deity gave a 'purging efficacy to the endurance of 'the curse of the law;’ and therefore we are compelled to conclude that the death which Jesus underwent when He 'frustrated him that had the power of death, and gave to them who all their lifetime were in bondage through fear of death, the hope of a resurrection, was death in the general sense of dissolution.
  65. Speaker, after seeing how the law of May, 1810, has been used with the French Government, and for aught we know, not used at all with that of England, until it had assumed the character of a threat, together with the various changes of position taken by our Government in this business, I think it demonstrates a management, which, if duly examined, will not leave much doubt whether it be indispensably necessary to suffer this law to go into operation, either as a measure of resistance against England, or of good faith towards France.
  66. Was not the royal family decoyed by artifice from Madrid to Bayonne? Was not the old Monarch compelled to resign his crown to Ferdinand the Seventh, and was not that Prince a prisoner of Bonaparte; and, while in this condition, and, for aught we know, the bayonet at his breast, or the cup to his lips, constrained to resign his crown to the Emperor of France? Sir, what sort of title is this? Upon the eternal principles of justice, upon the principles of the common law and common sense, an instrument thus obtained is not obligatory on the party executing it.
  67. On her left hand she bore a hawk, a proof to Don Quixote's mind that she must be some great lady and the mistress of the whole hunting party, which was the fact; so he said to Sancho, Run Sancho, my son, and say to that lady on the palfrey with the hawk that I, the Knight of the Lions, kiss the hands of her exalted beauty, and if her excellence will grant me leave I will go and kiss them in person and place myself at her service for aught that may be in my power and her highness may command; and mind, Sancho, how thou speakest, and take care not to thrust in any of thy proverbs into thy message.
  68. The author, having always felt a sentiment of exceptional respect and admiration for this reverend and patriarchal personage, who by his gentle words and sage counsels, no less than his noble generosity, had done so much to elevate and sweeten the tone of his book, fell into an ecstasy of terror at witnessing the approach of his seemingly inevitable destruction; especially as he perceived that the poor old fellow (who never in his life had met with aught but reverence and affection, and knew nothing of the nature of deadly weapons and impulses) was, so far, from attempting to defend himself, or even escape, actually opening his arms to the widest extent of avuncular hospitality, and preparing to take his assassin, sword and all, into his fond and forgiving heart!.
  69. The action of infernal spirits has established all-various foul delusions over the largest portions of the earth, and during the longest spaces of history; so that the question recurs, notwithstanding consolatory reflections of the order above set forth, What will be the doom of those countless millions who have lived under the shades of depraving heathenism, lived in the sin which was the essential element of such heathenism, popular and philosophical, and apparently died in the evil condition which it entails;—those countless millions, of whom not the broadest charity can affect to suppose that they were generally aught else than workers of unrighteousness? Are we compelled to believe, by the New Testament revelation, that all of these, without any further opportunity of knowledge or repentance, will be consigned to irrevocable destruction, and 'perish without law’?
  70. If that his majesty would aught with us,.
  71. If he steal aught the whilst this play is playing,.
  72. Or aught that ripens in all these States or North or South,.
  73. But I, from the banks of the running Missouri, praise nothing in art or aught else,.
  74. Dimmesdale, as the great enemy of souls would have it, could recall no text of Scripture, nor aught else,.

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