fork sätze

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Fork sätze (in englisch)

1. I put down my fork.
2. A fork in the track.
3. The Fork in the Road.
4. Flute edges with a fork.
5. Ricki let her fork drop.
6. On it was a small fork.
7. He felt the fork handle.

8. Grab a fork and join me.
9. Another ting of the fork.
10. My fork stopped in midair.
11. Pushing down with a fork.
12. Dierdra sets her fork down.
13. He moved it with his fork.
14. Test doneness with a fork.
15. Or, you could zip the fork.
16. Dad pointed the fork at me.
17. When you hold out the fork.
18. The fork in the road is now.
19. Also on the plate was a fork.
20. Uncover and fluff with a fork.
21. She halted the fork in the air.
22. Use a knife and fork together.
23. The fork has since converged.
24. It was heaven on a fork to her.
25. Punch holes in top with a fork.
26. The labourer leant on his fork.
27. He pointed his fork at her plate.
28. He thought again: I'm on a fork.
29. She placed the fork on the table.
30. That’s because the tuning fork.
31. Shell, and well mash with a fork.
32. To improve the ability to use a fork.
33. Granddad pointed at me with his fork.
34. Again he raised his fork in the air.
35. Sue picked up the fork next to our.
36. Alice watched her knife and fork move.
37. With no fork, she has to use fingers.
38. Even the fork was still on the plate.
39. Jane pointed her fork at the muffin.
40. We all come to this fork in the road.
41. Here, Cat said, holding up a fork.
42. Ricketts spears a scallop with her fork.
43. Picking up a fork, he mixed it through.
44. Rich held his fork in mid-air and glared.
45. Aunt Rose sniffed the morsel on the fork.
46. The road splits it's tongue into a fork.
47. He ran and got a silver fork, came back.
48. She jabs her fork at the window between.
49. Grandfather picked up his knife and fork.
50. Her grandmother put her fork down, waiting.
51. Shelagh's fork froze half way to her mouth.
52. For topping, mix dry ingredients with fork.
53. You fork out big bucks to attend a concert.
54. His chair, plate, knife and fork in haste;.
55. Again he raised his fork a foot in the air.
56. On the shelf above was a bent kitchen fork.
57. Prick the bottom of the crust with a fork.
58. What? Lynn slaps her fork on the table.
59. It's this fork that we care about this dark.
60. Ajay came to the proverbial fork in the road.
61. In an instant a fork is fitted into her hand.
62. She swirled the gold fork on her plate more.
63. Add 3/4 cup of the cream and stir with a fork.
64. It was the after-tone of a struck tuning fork.
65. To improve the ability to use a knife and fork.
66. The thrum was stronger now, like a tuning fork.
67. To improve your ability to use a knife and fork.
68. Get me something then! A fork! A spoon!.
69. She put down her fork and looked straight at Mr.
70. Theresa put her fork down and picked up a paper.
71. Theresa slicing a meatball in half with her fork.
72. I guess I never quite learned which fork to use.
73. Junya put his fork down and started kissing her.
74. He had to eat with a knife and fork; he had to.
75. Fork hardens the bottom portion of the loose mass.
76. She put a tiny golden fork next to it and handed.
77. With a fork, blend the yogurt, ice, water, spices.
78. To improve the ability to hold onto and use a fork.
79. Practice with tweezers taped to the end of a fork.
80. He put his fork down and squeezed mu Mothers hand.
81. Mix in a small bowl in the order given with a fork.
82. He parked his fork into a pile of Szechuan chicken.
83. Make shallower indents in the putty with the fork.
84. That goes without saying, only fork out the money.
85. However, in the long-term you will fork out more.
86. The fork was whittled into the shape of a squirrel.
87. A sleek Lear jet landed at the Spanish Fork airport.
88. I dropped the fork and slowly pushed the plate away.
89. Flatten with a fork dipped in confectioners' sugar.
90. Then I shrug and stab a piece of meat with my fork.
91. You can test for doneness with a toothpick or fork.
92. To improve your ability to hold onto and use a fork.
93. When there was nothing left, he picked up his fork.
94. She just sat next to the tree, huddled up in a fork.
95. Best seafood on the South Fork, and the cheapest.
96. There was a large fork laying at the end of the meat.
97. Tall weeds growing in cracks snagged at the left fork.
98. Lift the putty between different places with the fork.
99. And the South Fork Kern River wasn’t just any river.
100. Her throat closed up on cue, and she replaced the fork.
1. The claws extended day by day, then split, forking branches.
2. Hoeing or forking is an operation in which the surface soil around the plant, is loosened with.
3. She’d made a resolution: tomorrow she would stop smoking, stop waking up with the wheezy pain in her lungs, stop forking over five bucks a week to evil multinationals.
4. He brooded there alone, stirring his food as if it were the split innards of Caesar’s fortuneteller’s pigeons, forking the spleen, ignoring the heart, predicting futures.
5. As long as you’re not gonna try and guilt me into coming on Sunday mornings or give up beer or start forking over half my paycheck to the church, you can get born again as many times as you’d like.
6. A sentiment not shared by their new friend, Nick, who thought it couldn’t have come soon enough as he was running out of pain free extremities and money, in his constant forking out for hospital bills.
7. She killed the endless hours in local diners and cafés, or in her rented bathtub, forking moo shu pork from a box on the floor while she read her way through such plays as the college bookstore carried.
1. She has a forked tongue!.
2. The flicker of a forked tongue.
3. Little forked tongues flicked in and out.
4. The forked stick is driven into the ground first.
5. And praised their Maker with their forked tongues.
6. I took my anger out on the it as I forked eat bite.
7. I forked a generous helping of meatloaf onto his plate.
8. He forked up a lump of mash and shoved it into his mouth.
9. A long driveway from a forked tarmac road led to his house.
10. They came to where the road forked into five different paths.
11. Their beards were forked and plaited and thrust into their belts.
12. A forked tongue flicked from the creature's mouth, then vanished.
13. I smiled at the man and forked a slice of meatloaf onto his plate.
14. What can that animal be? It doesn't have a forked tail like baleen.
15. Found on shore, pin them with a forked stick—they make a good meal.
16. Forked tongues spewed draconic vapor when through them he dictated:.
17. To bypass it completely must have left a foul taste on their forked tongues.
18. Three hundred paces further on, he arrived at a point where the street forked.
19. Fitzgerald forked forward on his crutches and assumed the duties of senior POW.
20. Just because the serpent has a forked tongue people think it is the epitome of.
21. She didn’t dignify that with an answer as she forked more steak into her mouth.
22. We came to a junction a few minutes later that forked off into two other directions.
23. Sorren; the beast eyed Sorren and insatiably licked its lips with its forked tongue.
24. The waves were running mountains high and the inky clouds were riven by forked lightning.
25. The gods must be proud, thought I, with such forked flashes to rout a poor unarmed fisherman.
26. The road forked off and she took the narrower single track lane that led over an old stone bridge.
27. The imp leaned forward, licking his lips with his forked tongue while he took in Nathalia's cleavage.
28. But it didn't come, and as he came to a small rise, the path forked and went in different directions.
29. A forked tail splayed out under his cloak like a pair of snakes looking for a small animal to swallow.
30. Run the trip line under a forked stick (a) so that it will pull the trigger bar sideways when operated.
31. When Ben got closer he could see why—the tube forked, which meant they had to decide which way to go.
32. In the coming days our forked tongues wouldn’t stop wagging as we discussed how to improve the routine.
33. In the middle of his favorite movie (Harry Potter and the Forked Blockchain), a pizza commercial appears.
34. Large powerful jaws snapped open and shut, flicking its forked tongue out every so often, testing the air.
35. Rebecca forked her Caesar salad around on her plate, finally putting the utensil down without eating a bite.
36. In the fields the rabbits sat sunning themselves, with only their forked ears showing above the grass heads.
37. At his step on the stairs, the rattlesnakes ran out their tongues and listened with their waving forked tongues.
38. A thin black forked tongue, flicking in and out of the lizard’s mouth at intervals, made Helen squirm nervously.
39. Louie swept his way over, reached out with the broom, and, as quietly as he could, forked the newspaper to himself.
40. Sure, sis, she guaranteed and forked the pasta, long enough, and that left some pesto pasted around her mouth.
41. I tied my lantern to a forked branch I had noticed a year before at the precise spot where I stopped to dig the hole.
42. Its forked tongue almost brushed his lips as it darted in and out, and its fetid odor made his senses reel with nausea.
43. A forked tail leapt for Jai’s heart; he rolled under the attack, stood up strong, and swung his sword at Sorid’s head.
44. You need a strong forked twig, preferably with some pliability—a hazel prong is excellent—and a piece of elastic material.
45. Once up a certain height Edgar severed the vine and carefully crept out toward the forked branch, with the male hawk ever circling.
46. By nine-thirty they had fronted up to the nightclub, forked out for membership and entrance, and ascended the two flights of stairs.
47. He looked down at the child again, only this time the boy had managed to take his sword and smiled at him with fangs and a forked tongue.
48. The word on the street was that someone, identity unknown, had forked out a bucket of cash to hire two deathbots to take out my team and me.
49. The road led them up a gentle incline, then turned sharp to the right, and a couple of hundred yards forked to lead around both sides of a hill.
50. The ridge forked off into a narrower section, and soon he was having to use his hands to stabilise his descent towards the base of the waterfall.
51. Besides the above characters, the two species known at present have, in common, the lateral line ascending upwards at the base, the tail forked, &c.
52. A stream of forked lightning flew out from his out stretched arms into the mob, bowling the advancing men backwards to the ground in screams of agony.
53. The rattlesnakes in their wire cage suddenly lifted their heads, felt the air with their forked tongues, and then all four set up a dry buzzing rattle.
54. The wind fanned the fire, and the cottage was quickly enveloped by the flames, which clung to it and licked it with their forked and destroying tongues.
55. Forked: for what? Why split yourself into two halves? Why destroy things by splitting them apart? For who have humans split things apart with tools for?
56. A woman was sitting on a bar stool with her eyes shut and a drink in her hand while a snakebeing’s long and forked tongue disappeared between her thighs.
57. Contrary to what some forked tongues said, John appreciated Julie for more than just her body: she actually knew how to type and how to answer the telephone.
58. The beast holds the bloody thing up—God, it’s still beating!—narrows its eyes then licks it, forked black tongue unfurling with grace around the delicacy.
59. It spotted the group with weapons drawn, and wrinkled its stone-encrusted nose, hissing savagely towards them, its black forked tongue lolling in the damp air.
60. To give more variable access to the fire than a rail over it (a), drive a sturdy forked stick into the ground near the fire—but not so close as to catch alight.
61. Every twenty seconds or so, branches of lightning electrocute that oval of sky: not one spear but many, forked, intersecting, like the twisted branches of cedars.
62. Two forked sticks hold down a cross-bar which engages with a baited notched upright (attached to a line in tension), which holds it in place and carries the snares.
63. To give more variable access to the fire than a rail over it (a), drive a sturdy forked stick into the ground near the fire — but not so close as to catch alight.
64. The creature opened its mouth and hissed at him with disgust, its black forked tongue dripping with saliva as it did so, thinking what a tasty snack he would make.
65. In the morning it swept its forked tail over the crimson ashes, for there was a fiery power latent in the desert which the skeleton could sense as surely as the heat of the sun.
66. But that darkness was licked up by the fierce flames, which at intervals forked forth from the sooty flues, and illuminated every lofty rope in the rigging, as with the famed Greek fire.
67. But it halted before him and reared up horrifically in the flickering torchlight, its forked tongue flickering in and out, its cold eyes glittering with the ancient cruelty of the serpent-folk.
68. Turning like a headed deer, he shot, with the swiftness of an arrow, through a pillar of forked flame, and passing the whole multitude harmless, he appeared on the opposite side of the clearing.
69. The tongue which pools from its mouth to taste the air is forked in three and flits before her eyes as if it is a diamond prize plucked forth from the greatest mine in the most exotic of countries.
70. I forked out the money in the evening on condition that his sister and he should set off early next morning; I trusted that rascal Liputin with the job of getting them into the train and seeing them off.
71. Scott, legs pumping, was soon ahead of the other two, ignoring the sharp stones under his bare feet, ignoring the sudden bolt of lightning that forked over the lake, ignoring everything except the girl on the ship.
72. At the door the wood-hooped pails, sodden and bleached by infinite scrubbings, hung like hats on a stand upon the forked and peeled limb of an oak fixed there for that purpose; all of them ready and dry for the evening milking.
73. Many forked tongues insinuated that this friendship had something to do with the fact that both women were openly bisexual, but hordes of paparazzi were still trying to produce a picture that would ‘prove’ such a romantic link.
74. A forked stick, its ends sharpened to dislodge rapidly and one fork suitably baited, supports one end of a cross-bar, the other end of which rests on a fixed support, held there by the weight of the heavy logs or rock which rest on the bar.
75. Head black above, cheeks and gills olivaceous, back blackish olive, sides olivaceous, lower parts olive gray; a black ring at the base of the tail; lateral line ascending upwards at the base, tail forked, dorsal and anal fins with nine rays.
76. Suddenly, with dramatic flair, the cape was thrown to one side revealing a black haired, obviously female dancer in red tights with a forked tail stitched on the back, a bikini top that was tiny triangles of red material, horns and a trident.
77. The fourth head stated, ‘the one who is of no consequence to anyone’ in reference to Hunting Sticks himself, and the fifth had read, ‘Told is it with forked tongued knowledge of truth or that of a beggar’s lie’ which meant Tabitha Dixon.
78. I couldn't stop marveling at these animals so perfectly cut out for racing, their heads small, their bodies sleek, spindle–shaped, and in some cases over three meters long, their pectoral fins gifted with remarkable strength, their caudal fins forked.
79. In the corresponding places on the right side, we have a bearded satyr with panther-skin (IX¹ a), about to strike with the forked club which he holds in his uplifted right hand, a seated and bound pirate (IX¹ b), whose hair the satyr has clutched with his left hand.
80. His head is a triangle, his tongue is forked, his eyes are harsh, without color and glaring right at her—he rises back on his long body and begins to wave his head back and forth as if he is entranced by an Indian man who holds within his hand a pipe long and wooden.
81. Our bringing-up here is so excellent that if we tried we could not induce ourselves to speak of any forked garments to a young man, so we make ourselves understood, when we desire to insinuate such things, by an expressive pause and a modest downward flicker of the eyelids.
82. If someone close to me was kidnapped and a ransom in the same amount was required to assure their safe release I would probably have to receive at least a few fingers before I finally coughed it up but because he was a good friend I forked it over and sent him on his way.
83. So they sided with Muhammad’s progeny and began to swear by Ali, of course, besides Muhammad for after all it is the essence of being a Musalman, and thus the unitary path of Islam that Allah envisaged for the believers came to be forked into the Sunni right and the Shia left with a Quran to boot in Persian.
84. Ahab's harpoon, the one forged at Perth's fire, remained firmly lashed in its conspicuous crotch, so that it projected beyond his whale-boat's bow; but the sea that had stove its bottom had caused the loose leather sheath to drop off; and from the keen steel barb there now came a levelled flame of pale, forked fire.
85. Back flattened anteriorly, a little angular in the middle, covered with small rhomboidal, obtuse, keeled scales; those of the sides larger and smooth, not keeled; centre of the back of a brownish copper colour; sides of a bright copper; broad bands or rings, becoming forked on each side, and assuming nearly the shape of a St.
86. The wind increased to a howl; the waves dashed their bucklers together; the whole squall roared, forked, and crackled around us like a white fire upon the prairie, in which, unconsumed, we were burning; immortal in these jaws of death! In vain we hailed the other boats; as well roar to the live coals down the chimney of a flaming furnace as hail those boats in that storm.
87. We fixed up a short forked stick to hang the old lantern on, because we must always light the lantern whenever we see a steamboat coming down-stream, to keep from getting run over; but we wouldn't have to light it for up-stream boats unless we see we was in what they call a "crossing"; for the river was pretty high yet, very low banks being still a little under water; so up-bound boats didn't always run the channel, but hunted easy water.
88. One of those who supported it, leaving the burden to his comrades, advanced to meet him, flourishing a forked stick that he had for propping up the stand when resting, and with this he caught a mighty cut Don Quixote made at him that severed it in two; but with the portion that remained in his hand he dealt such a thwack on the shoulder of Don Quixote's sword arm (which the buckler could not protect against the clownish assault) that poor Don Quixote came to the ground in a sad plight.
89. There is no whine of the panther, no whistle of the catbird, nor any invention of the devilish Mingoes, that can cheat me! I have heard the forest moan like mortal men in their affliction; often, and again, have I listened to the wind playing its music in the branches of the girdled trees; and I have heard the lightning cracking in the air like the snapping of blazing brush as it spitted forth sparks and forked flames; but never have I thought that I heard more than the pleasure of him who sported with the things of his hand.
90. Often, when forced from his hammock by exhausting and intolerably vivid dreams of the night, which, resuming his own intense thoughts through the day, carried them on amid a clashing of phrensies, and whirled them round and round and round in his blazing brain, till the very throbbing of his life-spot became insufferable anguish; and when, as was sometimes the case, these spiritual throes in him heaved his being up from its base, and a chasm seemed opening in him, from which forked flames and lightnings shot up, and accursed fiends beckoned him to leap down among them; when this hell in himself yawned beneath him, a wild cry would be heard through the ship; and with glaring eyes Ahab would burst from his state room, as though escaping from a bed that was on fire.
91. As they narrated to each other their unholy adventures, their tales of terror told in words of mirth; as their uncivilized laughter forked upwards out of them, like the flames from the furnace; as to and fro, in their front, the harpooneers wildly gesticulated with their huge pronged forks and dippers; as the wind howled on, and the sea leaped, and the ship groaned and dived, and yet steadfastly shot her red hell further and further into the blackness of the sea and the night, and scornfully champed the white bone in her mouth, and viciously spat round her on all sides; then the rushing Pequod, freighted with savages, and laden with fire, and burning a corpse, and plunging into that blackness of darkness, seemed the material counterpart of her monomaniac commander's soul.
92. Though in many natural objects, whiteness refiningly enhances beauty, as if imparting some special virtue of its own, as in marbles, japonicas, and pearls; and though various nations have in some way recognised a certain royal preeminence in this hue; even the barbaric, grand old kings of Pegu placing the title "Lord of the White Elephants" above all their other magniloquent ascriptions of dominion; and the modern kings of Siam unfurling the same snow-white quadruped in the royal standard; and the Hanoverian flag bearing the one figure of a snow-white charger; and the great Austrian Empire, Caesarian, heir to overlording Rome, having for the imperial colour the same imperial hue; and though this pre-eminence in it applies to the human race itself, giving the white man ideal mastership over every dusky tribe; and though, besides, all this, whiteness has been even made significant of gladness, for among the Romans a white stone marked a joyful day; and though in other mortal sympathies and symbolizings, this same hue is made the emblem of many touching, noble things—the innocence of brides, the benignity of age; though among the Red Men of America the giving of the white belt of wampum was the deepest pledge of honour; though in many climes, whiteness typifies the majesty of Justice in the ermine of the Judge, and contributes to the daily state of kings and queens drawn by milk-white steeds; though even in the higher mysteries of the most august religions it has been made the symbol of the divine spotlessness and power; by the Persian fire worshippers, the white forked flame being held the holiest on the altar; and in the Greek mythologies, Great Jove himself being made incarnate in a snow-white bull; and though to the noble Iroquois, the midwinter sacrifice of the sacred White Dog was by far the holiest festival of their theology, that spotless, faithful creature being held the purest envoy they could send to the Great Spirit with the annual tidings of their own fidelity; and though directly from the Latin word for white, all Christian priests derive the name of one part of their sacred vesture, the alb or tunic, worn beneath the cassock; and though among the holy pomps of the Romish faith, white is specially employed in the celebration of the Passion of our Lord; though in the Vision of St.
1. Iron forks and spoons, then.
2. Brassing to buy forks and spoons.
3. These are enchanted tuning forks.
4. Clutching forks and knives to eat.
5. If it is Fork,3 Forks at a time and.
6. This method applies to threaded forks.
7. Along with some extra plates and forks.
8. So did the clatter of knives and forks.
9. Spades, garden forks, picks and shovels.
10. One of my tuning forks vibrates at 512 Hz.
11. The clatter of forks and spoons began again.
12. There was a flare of livid lightnings: forks.
13. Both men’s forks stopped halfway to their mouths.
14. She stacked the knives and forks on top of the plates.
15. In the hacker world, forks are an interesting phenomenon.
16. Catherine reappeared, bearing a tray of knives and forks.
17. It was serve yourself with pottery plates and bronze forks.
18. It soon split into two forks and we followed the east fork.
19. At that rate, it takes him thirty days to reach Five Forks.
20. Sue then picked up a couple of forks and placed one on the.
21. Forks, spoons, and knives imbedded themselves into the walls.
22. We stood in line and they handed us plastic plates and forks.
23. Trinity appears as he’s telling the story, carrying plates and forks.
24. It’s probably to identify the tourists by all the forks in their hair.
25. We released each other and Sue set aside the top plate with the forks on.
26. She kept handing out magic forks, and the class slowly became a cacophony.
27. He met up with Lee’s forces at Five Forks, about ten miles southwest of.
28. The forks and spoons is made of solid gold and the plates is made of silver.
29. He made a decision and followed one of the forks for another two hundred yards.
30. Eugenie had given her three dozen silver forks and spoons as a wedding present.
31. On the table was a dish with some ham, a bottle of vodka, plates, knives, forks.
32. The sounds of passing cars are like the tines of forks dragged along his nerves.
33. There were ten boys, smaller than the Citans but armed with pitch forks and shovels.
34. He brought the dishes and knives and forks and spoons back out on top of the tables.
35. Take care! he will make of the first Rue Grenetat which comes to hand Caudine Forks.
36. It was to Forks that I now exiled myself – an action that I took with great horror.
37. Brent handed him forks and knives and napkins and told him to place them on the table.
38. Wyrshym’s chance of taking Five Forks back under those circumstances doesn’t exist.
39. Then who'd wash up all the plates and forks? Might be all feeding on tabloids that time.
40. There are trays of cutlery in plain view here, knives and forks, a veritable powder keg.
41. The mental music ceased when Lyle managed to get his hands on two forks at the same time.
42. The sky was covered in thick dark clouds, and lightning occasionally fell in thick forks.
43. Couldn’t tell, you’ll have to walk down there and take the left path when it forks.
44. As he passed each table, the knives and forks hesitated on their way to half-open mouths.
45. With Kynt at Five Forks, Wyrshym would be in the same sort of trap as Nybar at Fairkyn.
46. The vessels were of exquisite workmanship, and there were golden knives and forks as well.
47. He lowered the forks, drove right in, and lifted the load gently up a couple of foot-lengths.
48. The decorations this time were minimal; five chairs, one table, forks, plates, and soft drinks.
49. The knives and forks set up their regular jingle; the bright landscape rolled past the windows.
50. Koberman who ate with wooden knives and forks and carried only new copper pennies in his pocket.
51. The bicycle wheel clearly seemed destroyed, even worse, the forks of the bike were badly twisted.
52. The forks he used sounded off a relaxing feeling, opening up new places in his mind to listen to.
53. He always helped set the table when he visited—even if he had to ask what side the forks went on.
54. Non threaded forks have two bolts in the back of the stem and that’s where they sit permanently.
55. The best example is Envirodyne (EDYN), which is in the business of producing plastic forks and straws.
56. On the sideboard were arrayed dishes and plates, and glasses and bundles of knives and forks and spoons.
57. Koberman who ate with wooden knives and forks and spoons, and carried only copper pennies in his pocket.
58. As the partition wall was thin, they could hear the clatter of the forks on the plates in the dining-room.
59. But even so, he’s barely into Usher by now; he’s still a long way from Lake City, far less Five Forks.
60. As he got several hundred yards inward, he saw two forks of the cave branching off in opposite directions.
61. Madame Magloire had, in fact, only placed the three sets of forks and spoons which were absolutely necessary.
62. In every yard on the street children brought out knives and forks and pokers and old stovepipes and can openers.
63. Other diners in the expensive Midtown restaurant were beginning to place their knives and forks on their plates.
64. I look over Will’s shoulder at the members, who are now flicking bits of food at one another with their forks.
65. It sent him stumbling backward into a broken pallet jack, where he tripped over the forks and fell flat on his butt.
66. Douglas looked at Mr Koberman who ate with wooden knives and forks and carried only new copper pennies in his pocket.
67. Then again, watching for trees and putting forks in your hair is probably a good thing as it keeps out the flying foxes.
68. He’s heard about Five Forks, too, and he’s heard about what Hanth’s doing to Rychtyr along the Sheryl-Seridahn.
69. Fraidyr Division had made at Esthyr’s Abbey and Colonel Somyrs’ regiment had made at Five Forks … and with the same result.
70. I didn’t really need him to tell me anything more than that we’ve lost Five Forks to realize that for myself, you understand.
71. In the Olympic Peninsula of northwest Washington State, a small town named Forks exists under a near-constant cover of clouds.
72. Abreast of the West Indies, this valley forks into two arms, and to the north it ends in an enormous depression 9,000 meters deep.
73. And whatever happens to him, no more of those new rifles and new pieces of artillery’ll be able to move past Five Forks to Wyrshym.
74. Yuki brought out the plates and forks, and Edmund handed me my sleeping goddaughter, Ruby Rose Washburn, a child as cute as ten buttons.
75. Anyway, if he can take Five Forks before anyone thinks about destroying the supply center there, he’ll have plenty of food and fodder.
76. Then, despite the clatter of forks and the roar of hundreds of conversations all around me, I rest my head on the table and fall asleep.
77. Wickland shoved two forks full of food in his mouth as he stood and started toward the hallway, taking the folder from Graisco in the process.
78. Whilst Lemoss drank the soup the others fetched spades and forks, trowels and various other things which seemed to all fit neatly into his cart.
79. There was a great deal of confusion and laughter and noise, the noise of orders and counter-orders, of knives and forks, of corks and glass-stoppers.
80. After the two forks joined, the river was ultimately called the Palta after a people that lived all along that stretch, but more of them in their turn.
81. At that point, Kynt has to hold Five Forks while the Siddarmarkians deal with Wyrshym and all of our supply calculations get a lot more … complicated.
82. We’d finished eating and deposited our plates, forks and cups in large containers at the end of the platform, and then they allowed us to use the toilets.
83. He expected them no later than tomorrow, and given the number of barges they’d probably captured at Five Forks, they might well be here sooner than that.
84. He likes that idea and very shortly we are strolling along the seafront clutching bags of chips and battered sausages, eating them with little wooden forks.
85. Then the strains of the count’s household band were replaced by the clatter of knives and forks, the voices of visitors, and the soft steps of the footmen.
86. They have come with forks and hammers and cut into the ground jagged chasms that descend forever and beyond to where there are no glimmers of hope within them.
87. If the heretics get their damned ironclads back into Spinefish Bay and head south along the Hildermoss at the same time they’re moving north from Five Forks.
88. Sheena insisted that everyone stay well back while she carried out the rushed autopsy on the animal which lay spread on a wooden pallet on the forks of a tractor.
89. Here and there SS officers sat apart, at their own tables, chatting, laughing, drinking French wine, and attacking beefsteaks or sauerbraten with knives and forks.
90. Without at least a day or two of warning, especially with all the snow piled up around Five Forks to help smother any fires, there’s no way Somyrs pulled it off.
91. Visions of good and ill breeding, of old vulgarisms and new gentilities, were before her; and she was meditating much upon silver forks, napkins, and finger-glasses.
92. But once he takes Five Forks, he’ll be in the middle of enemy-held territory, with the Mighty Host north of him and Wyrshym south of him, won’t he? Aivah asked.
93. A fire had been lighted in the kitchen, and there they were engaged in moulding into bullets, pewter mugs, spoons, forks, and all the brass table-ware of the establishment.
94. I began to inquire of the waiter, an interpreter, what they were so much amused at, and he informed me that they were laughing at their use of the knives, forks and spoons.
95. That’ll free up more than enough transport to keep Five Forks supplied even cross-country from Rankylyr, and by the end of June, the Navy’ll be back in Spinefish Bay.
96. People warned us of drop bears—mythical bears that fall out of the trees and eat you and you’re supposed to put forks in your hair to scare them away from your head.
97. Lightning crackled to the west, sending twisting yellow forks ripping through the umber sky, followed by rumbling explosions of thunder that seemed ready to shake the van apart.
98. In the Bishop's own chamber, at the head of his bed, there was a small cupboard, in which Madame Magloire locked up the six silver knives and forks and the big spoon every night.
99. It’s always possible that if he moves quickly enough and the Church is in enough doubt about his actual objectives he’ll be able to take Five Forks by a coup de main—sorry.
100. Dinner was a semi-formal, yet fun affair, complete with liveried servants, glittering silver-domed plates, and the usual mucking about with thirteen different knives, forks and spoons.

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