class sätze

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Class sätze (in englisch)

1. I hardly go to class.
2. You won't be in class.
3. Sally was in our class.
4. And Class B: the elite.
5. It was in history class.
6. I didn’t take a class.
7. We went out of the class.

8. The best in the class.
9. This class will be held.
10. Jim never missed a class.
11. Bill was a man with class.
12. He crammed a full class.
13. Free of the class system.
14. When class was over, Mia.
15. Yvonne seemed shy in class.
16. This is a world class city.
17. There's no class on Monday.
18. I had taken a class sev-.
19. First Class was capable of.
20. They were not of my class.
21. She is not of your class.
22. He talked to them in class.
23. Well, he’s of that class.
24. They scuttled away to class.
25. The class has been canceled.
26. We run the class, not them.
27. Side of the New Happy Class.
28. I met her in a class I took.
29. I hated PE class, which is.
30. It was Namit, her class mate.
31. See you in English class.
32. He had had us both in class.
33. I have class in the morning.
34. Brunner had taken the class.
35. But that class is too small.
36. We’re in the same class.
37. She hardly attends any class.
38. The entire class went silent.
40. Nobody helped me in my class.
1. Arming and Classing the Militia.
2. Sir Thomas, indeed, was, by this time, not very far from classing Mrs.
3. Fitch moved to strike out all that part of the bill which provides for the classing the militia of the United States.
4. The House resumed the consideration of the bill supplementary to the act for arming the militia, and for classing the same.
5. In classing varieties, I apprehend that if we had a real pedigree, a genealogical classification would be universally preferred; and it has been attempted in some cases.
6. Geographical distribution may sometimes be brought usefully into play in classing large genera, because all the species of the same genus, inhabiting any distinct and isolated region, are in all probability descended from the same parents.
7. Whatever part is found to be most constant, is used in classing varieties: thus the great agriculturist Marshall says the horns are very useful for this purpose with cattle, because they are less variable than the shape or colour of the body, etc.
8. She had been quite overlooked by her cousins; and as her own opinion of her claims on Sir Thomas's affection was much too humble to give her any idea of classing herself with his children, she was glad to remain behind and gain a little breathing-time.
9. She had been quite overlooked by her cousins; and as her own opinion of her claims on Sir Thomas’s affection was much too humble to give her any idea of classing herself with his children, she was glad to remain behind and gain a little breathing-time.
10. He said he was disposed to have the militia in the South improved, but he prayed gentlemen not to adopt a measure calculated to injure one part of the militia, more than it would benefit the other; he hoped the provisions for classing the militia would be stricken out of the bill.
11. I have chosen this example because the explanation which most naturalists would advance is not here applicable, namely, that specific characters are more variable than generic, because they are taken from parts of less physiological importance than those commonly used for classing genera.
12. We use the element of descent in classing the individuals of both sexes and of all ages under one species, although they may have but few characters in common; we use descent in classing acknowledged varieties, however different they may be from their parents; and I believe that this element of descent is the hidden bond of connexion which naturalists have sought under the term of the Natural System.
13. As descent has universally been used in classing together the individuals of the same species, though the males and females and larvae are sometimes extremely different; and as it has been used in classing varieties which have undergone a certain, and sometimes a considerable amount of modification, may not this same element of descent have been unconsciously used in grouping species under genera, and genera under higher groups, all under the so-called natural system? I believe it has been unconsciously used; and thus only can I understand the several rules and guides which have been followed by our best systematists.
1. But then, I also have thoughts that can be classed.
2. Me, ‘And He was classed among criminals; for that.
3. No inclusions, the stone is classed as ‘flawless’.
4. John Bunyan was a bad man who could be classed as a morally evil.
5. Stephen looked as if she didn't want to be put with Mary, and classed as a girl.
6. There were but few who could be so classed; and it was not all of them that were attainable.
7. I am classed with the hard-labour men, but in my special division the labour is not so severe.
8. The stage act that everyone paid money to see was banned in Queensland, being classed as lurid.
9. If there was, the hotels would be classed as brothels and the licensing fees would be far higher.
10. By the French laws, and they are ancient laws, the seamen of the country are all classed, and enrolled, and licensed.
11. In spite of this favored Lancer, the label: Prude, under which we have classed her, suited her to absolute perfection.
12. But, as Buckland long ago remarked, extinct species can all be classed either in still existing groups, or between them.
13. In the first place, I cannot admit that the criminals classed as political are punished because they are above the average.
14. The cruiser was not classed as sea going, just inshore waters, but the weather forecast was fine, with good visibility and no cloud.
15. Archers in this Paralympic event are classed as standing (ST), as opposed to the W1 and W2 classes who compete in a seated position.
16. It is difficult to conceive that a capital should be employed in any way which may not be classed under some one or other of those four.
17. My original trade could not be classed as a total failure because the stop loss order did its job of protecting me from a potential loss.
18. DON'T give me it's not you it's me CRAP! We're perfect together, we're both rich, high classed, gorgeous, our families love each other.
19. Among insects there are innumerable instances; thus Linnaeus, misled by external appearances, actually classed an homopterous insect as a moth.
20. Too many eggs seemed to be going into one basket, and her investments, laudable though they might be, could hardly be classed as trustee stocks.
21. Then he spent time going through the Standard and over the summary of the news in the thirteen Chinese newspapers he classed as real newspapers.
22. Homoplastic structures are the same with those which I have classed, though in a very imperfect manner, as analogous modifications or resemblances.
23. Some had perished in what had been classed as ‘Operation Accidents’, but what deeply worried him was that a large number had been assassinated.
24. My hopes and dreams of spending the rest of my life with the man the I love, was now to be classed as over, when really their lives had only just begun.
25. It is, upon this account, frequently uncertain under what article a particular sort of goods ought to be classed, and, consequently what duty they ought to pay.
26. All the members of whole classes are connected together by a chain of affinities, and all can be classed on the same principle, in groups subordinate to groups.
27. But certain Jurassic and Triassic forms are now commonly admitted to be teleostean; and even some palaeozoic forms have thus been classed by one high authority.
28. No doubt organic beings, like all other objects, can be classed in many ways, either artificially by single characters, or more naturally by a number of characters.
29. The grand fact that all extinct beings can be classed with all recent beings, naturally follows from the living and the extinct being the offspring of common parents.
30. And so an historical precedent had occurred, a person could from now onwards be classed as a Tolteca if it was deemed they had a service to perform in the Toltec cause.
31. We can understand why a species or a group of species may depart from its allies, in several of its most important characteristics, and yet be safely classed with them.
32. It wasn’t classed as a full international by Wales,’ Watkin recounts on his subsequent return to the club, ‘who fielded a Wales XV, not the 1st XV,’ he continues.
33. But this event, creditable to Nostromo, was to lead immediately to another, which could not be classed either as "history" or as "a mistake" in Captain Mitchell's phraseology.
34. Such scenes had once appeared not otherwise than happy, but now, as viewed through the dismal medium of her subsequent life, they classed themselves among her ugliest remembrances.
35. From the most remote period in the history of the world organic beings have been found to resemble each other in descending degrees, so that they can be classed in groups under groups.
36. Why ancient and extinct forms often tend to fill up gaps between existing forms, sometimes blending two groups, previously classed as distinct into one; but more commonly bringing them only a little closer together.
37. Although the news was the best news that could be told at this time, Annie was in a somewhat quiet mood as she had been told that William was now being classed as missing in action and that they were to fear the worst.
38. In this assembly, citizens were classed on the basis of their ability to arm themselves for war, and a citizen who could afford full body armor received more representation than one who could be only a lightly armed soldier.
39. But I have already remarked that it is doubtful whether New Zealand and New Caledonia ought to be classed as oceanic islands; and this is still more doubtful with respect to the Andaman and Solomon groups and the Seychelles.
40. The managers of the galleries announce the exhibition of a hundred masterpieces by the contemporaries and friends of Barye, but I do not think that the visitor will find so large a number which can rightly be thus classed.
1. I didn't cut any classes.
2. It extends to all classes.
3. The fallen classes, we say.
4. I have seen them in classes.
5. Ok, cancel all his classes.
6. Yoga Classes in South Florida.
7. There are several classes of.
8. Classes are canceled for today.
9. I remembered my history classes.
10. She enrolled in biology classes.
11. The classes are doing great guns.
12. But all the classes met at the.
13. What about other asset classes?
14. He had missed a month of classes.
15. Publication classes in the adult.
16. It’s a DVD full of yoga classes.
17. She was in classes all morning, P.
18. There are six classes of nutrients.
19. That way he only has a few classes.
20. I'm not even in any of his classes.
22. There were two classes before John.
23. They are divided into four classes.
24. Furthermore there are classes with.
25. Classes are held preferably during.
26. There are several classes of drugs.
27. This is how the working classes are.
28. I’ll be back from classes by three.
29. Classes were broken up, rules relaxed.
30. I started taking classes to convert.
31. A few belonged to the moneyed classes.
32. I attended every one of those classes.
33. On Mondays, Thomas did not have classes.
34. That is why I am holding these classes.
35. The classes proved to be invaluable to.
36. The second year classes already started.
37. I was scheduled to begin classes again.
38. The castes and classes hated each other.
39. I was daydreaming throughout my classes.
40. I have known both classes of individual.

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