conversant sätze

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Conversant sätze (in englisch)

  1. Tom, sufficiently conversant with German, studying most.
  2. Godwyn, who was not conversant with geography below the.
  3. The workers are not well conversant with mining activities.
  4. By now, you are conversant with all the aspects of crafting out a good sales.
  5. Bruce, while abroad, had been personally and intimately conversant with the Hon.

  6. And it is yours, my boy, when you have made yourself thoroughly conversant with it.
  7. Do you not yet bear away with you some of the things that then you were conversant withal?
  8. Tinker became conversant in Norwegian in a single week, taking lessons from his cell neighbors.
  9. But my father is a master of disguise, and so I’m conversant with the fundamentals of the art.
  10. Conversant: Being familiar with others; living or spending much time in a certain place with others.
  11. During his delirium, his mind had not been occupied with those subjects with which it was conversant in health.
  12. Impeccably educated, conversant in several languages, including Japanese, he had a perfect photographic memory.
  13. Whose service is conversant in wind and fire; whose word is true, and sayings constant; whose commandment is strong, and.
  14. Charles Darnay was established in England as a higher teacher of the French language who was conversant with French literature.
  15. This is what Asians do, not the 85% steeped in poverty, but for the 5% at the top, they are extremely conversant with this system.

  16. But my life for it he was either practically conversant with his subject, or else marvellously tutored by some experienced whaleman.
  17. This can only happen, however, with the mindset of a perpetual student, as conversant in historical precedent as you are in future possibility.
  18. By means of the following instructions, he endeavours to avail himself of the kindness of persons the least conversant in the discrimination of fossils.
  19. Proceeding under a special plan, MFP availed Imran’s services for the reason that he was well conversant with Zulimistan civil society and its culture.
  20. It was 2pm and neither man had thought of lunch, just coffee and more coffee as each became fully conversant with every developing feature of the Cold Store massacre and the story running parallel at The Stables.
  21. He liked the idea of my participation in the negotiation because I was conversant with broadcast management terminology and was deeply involved in fashioning the pro forma operating budgets for the stations we sought.
  22. Hare, of Philadelphia, first conceived the idea of forming a blowpipe with explosive gas; but as we have not been conversant with the memoirs of the Society of Arts and Sciences of Connecticut, we have not made mention of Mr.
  23. A respectable physician, conversant with the case, states, in a letter now before us, that the inhaling of the oxygen gas relieved the difficulty of breathing, increased the operation of diuretics, and has effected her cure.
  24. The better reason for my not being conversant with the slang of the bank, which is here dinning in my ears from morning to night; that noise of jingling crowns, which are constantly being counted and re-counted, is odious to me.
  25. It was still more impossible to remain in the department of the Oise, one of the most open and strictly guarded in France; this was quite out of the question, especially to a man like Andrea, perfectly conversant with criminal matters.

  26. Dantes employed it in manoeuvring his yacht round the island, studying it as a skilful horseman would the animal he destined for some important service, till at the end of that time he was perfectly conversant with its good and bad qualities.
  27. I was sufficiently conversant with Holmes's methods to be able to follow his reasoning, and to see that the nature and state of the various medical instruments in the wicker basket which hung in the lamplight inside the brougham had given him the data for his swift deduction.
  28. The exact longitude of any place in the United States being ascertained from the meridian of the observatory at Greenwich, in England, a meridian with which we have been conversant, it would not be difficult to adapt all our maps, charts, and astronomical tables, to the meridian of such a place.
  29. You understand this, do you not, my most precious wife? I say you understand this, because you are as conversant with my affairs as I am; indeed, I think you understand them better, since I am ignorant of what has become of a considerable portion of my fortune, once very tolerable, while I am sure, madame, that you know perfectly well.
  30. At the advent of each individual into this life, may we not suppose that such a bar has risen to the surface somewhere? It is true, we are such poor navigators that our thoughts, for the most part, stand off and on upon a harborless coast, are conversant only with the bights of the bays of poesy, or steer for the public ports of entry, and go into the dry docks of science, where they merely refit for this world, and no natural currents concur to individualize them.
  31. In the maturity of his experience, skill, and fame—possessed, as he is, of the portraits of most of the great men of that period, taken principally from the life, and having been himself largely and personally conversant with them in their great deeds, we trust that the government will promptly second what we doubt not the united voice of the nation will demand—that the illustrious artist should dedicate the evening of his life to his country's honour and glory.
  32. My mother was tireless in her instruction, never wasting a moment, day and night, never sparing herself or me, or any of our workforce who had a particular skill that mother felt I should be conversant with, all this preparation so that I would be ready for the task ahead, you can imagine my surprise when, four months after starting my training, she produced my initiation cloths, such splendour, I was stunned, when had she found the time to make cloths of such splendour?
  33. He had become thoroughly conversant with that unwritten code with which he had been so pleased at Olmutz and according to which an ensign might rank incomparably higher than a general, and according to which what was needed for success in the service was not effort or work, or courage, or perseverance, but only the knowledge of how to get on with those who can grant rewards, and he was himself often surprised at the rapidity of his success and at the inability of others to understand these things.
  34. He had become thoroughly conversant with that unwritten code with which he had been so pleased at Olmütz and according to which an ensign might rank incomparably higher than a general, and according to which what was needed for success in the service was not effort or work, or courage, or perseverance, but only the knowledge of how to get on with those who can grant rewards, and he was himself often surprised at the rapidity of his success and at the inability of others to understand these things.
  35. This priest is about as conversant with the gods as are the fish in our house pond, in fact I would be very surprised if he actually even believes in the gods, my poor innocent son, he is going to ask you about more than your prayers, he will try to find out your route and any other information that will help him in his scheme for your destruction, have no doubt my love, he means to destroy you, yes my son you will lie to that wretch and you will lie as convincingly as you can, I do not exaggerate when I say that this priest has put you in the greatest of peril.
  36. This is the beginning of the words of Ezdras before he was taken up and I said 20 O Lord you who dwells in everlastingness who beholds from above things in Heaven and in the air; 21 Whose throne is inestimable; whose glory may not be comprehended; before whom the hosts of angels stand with trembling 22 Whose service is conversant in wind and fire; whose word is true and sayings constant; whose commandment is strong and ordinance fearful; 23 Whose look dries up the depths and indignation makes the mountains to melt away; which the truth witnesses: 24 O hear the prayer of your servant and give ear to the petition of your creature.

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