gild sätze

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Gild sätze (in englisch)

  1. Mr Gild was happy with the.
  2. Gild gloriously the bare feet.
  3. The intrepid engineer Keith Gild.
  4. And with its glories gild their faces still!.
  5. He could carve a bit, and gild and frame, and do odd jobs.

  6. They were neither the first nor the last to gild the name of thief.
  7. Dearer than the whole world would she be to him and gild his days with happiness.
  8. It is widely used to gild furniture, to edge the pages of books and in jewellery manufacture.
  9. I asked Akim Akimitch, the best gilder in the jail, whether you really could gild a goat's horns.
  10. A number of biotech stocks had big moves in 2003, including Gilead Sciences (GILD) and Celgene (CELG).
  11. The attempt to do this would, indeed, be to gild refined gold, to paint the lily, to add to the perfume of the violet—in all cases a most ridiculous and wasteful excess.
  12. Gilead (NASDAQ: GILD) concentrates on developing medications that help patients who are suffering from life threatening diseases in what they consider areas of unmet medical need.
  13. Dimmesdale's own sermon, on the Sabbath after his vigil—to barter the transitory pleasures of the world for the heavenly hope, that was to assume brighter substance as life grew dark around her, and which would gild the utter gloom with final glory.
  1. Gilding is gold.
  2. Varnish and gilding hide many stains.
  3. Like gilding the lily, confusedly occurred to her.
  4. No paint or dye can give so splendid a colour as gilding.
  5. Beneath the gilding of heaven I perceive a poverty-stricken universe.
  6. The village painter was set at work on the new gilding of the chariots in the big barn.
  7. Bowing and crossing themselves, they entered the empty church, which glistened with gilding.
  8. For eight years she had reclined in laces and ribbons, amid velvet, gilding, ivory, bronzes and flowers.
  9. There were painted white chairs, with gilding and wreaths on them, and some lingering red silk damask with slits in it.
  10. The glow reached upward, gilding her lower masts and rigging with a faint patina of gold, and he grunted in satisfaction.
  11. His massive couch, all covered with gilding, with great branches of lilies painted on the panels, thundered noisily along.
  12. He rested again until the sun was well up and gilding the great river with its splendor, and then he plunged into the stream.
  13. The effect of the frontage is completed by the cupola of the auditorium, topped with a cap of bronze sparingly adorned with gilding.
  14. And judging by the expensive fabrics of their robes and the gilding of the temple building, the clergy of this temple were quite successful at it.
  15. It had plate-glass windows, resplendent with gilding, marble-topped tables with snow white covers, vases of flowers, and all the other appurtenances of glittering cut glass and silver.
  16. Perhaps Meg felt, without understanding why, that they were not particularly cultivated or intelligent people, and that all their gilding could not quite conceal the ordinary material of which they were made.
  17. It was the eighth year that, when visitors were present, she lay in lace and ribbons, surrounded with velvet, gilding, ivory, bronze, lacquer and flowers, never going out, and only, as she put it, receiving intimate friends, i.
  18. In 1817, in the sidealleys of this same Champ de Mars, two great cylinders of wood might have been seen lying in the rain, rotting amid the grass, painted blue, with traces of eagles and bees, from which the gilding was falling.
  19. Rushworth’s guidance were shewn through a number of rooms, all lofty, and many large, and amply furnished in the taste of fifty years back, with shining floors, solid mahogany, rich damask, marble, gilding, and carving, each handsome in its way.
  20. In the manufactures of Birmingham alone, the quantity of gold and silver annually employed in gilding and plating, and thereby disqualified from ever afterwards appearing in the shape of those metals, is said to amount to more than fifty thousand pounds sterling.
  21. Great care would be necessary when deciding what parts were to be gilded because - whilst large masses of gilding are apt to look garish and in bad taste - a lot of fine gold lines are ineffective, especially on a flat surface, where they do not always catch the light.
  22. We may from thence form some notion how great must be the annual consumption in all the different parts of the world, either in manufactures of the same kind with those of Birmingham, or in laces, embroideries, gold and silver stuffs, the gilding of books, furniture, etc.
  23. The prohibition of exportation cannot detain a greater quantity of gold and silver in Spain and Portugal, than what they can afford to employ, than what the annual produce of their land and labour will allow them to employ, in coin, plate, gilding, and other ornaments of gold and silver.
  24. It is a mirror which no stone can crack, whose quicksilver will never wear off, whose gilding Nature continually repairs; no storms, no dust, can dim its surface ever fresh;—a mirror in which all impurity presented to it sinks, swept and dusted by the sun's hazy brush—this the light dust-cloth—which retains no breath that is breathed on it, but sends its own to float as clouds high above its surface, and be reflected in its bosom still.
  25. In the chimney stood a pair of firedogs of iron, ornamented above with two garlanded vases, and flutings which had formerly been silvered with silver leaf, which was a sort of episcopal luxury; above the chimney-piece hung a crucifix of copper, with the silver worn off, fixed on a background of threadbare velvet in a wooden frame from which the gilding had fallen; near the glass door a large table with an inkstand, loaded with a confusion of papers and with huge volumes; before the table an arm-chair of straw; in front of the bed a prie-Dieu, borrowed from the oratory.
  1. It had gilded walls, a.
  2. The ringmail underneath was gilded.
  3. Not marble, nor the gilded monuments.
  4. The edge of the book was gilded and the.
  5. It was not always a gilded life she had led.
  6. Fair in the midst, with gilded cups around:.
  7. It was shaped like a black flower, gilded with gold.
  8. How's this: 'It's Only John Cage in a Gilded Bird'?
  9. It was covered in purple and red velvet, with a gilded.
  10. The walls were decorated with gilded motifs of trees and.
  11. I suppose he is the 'house physician' of this gilded palace.
  12. The woman was quite mature and had a long and gilded robe on.
  13. I have all the philosophers in my library gilded on the edges.
  14. A different statue came to life—a gilded wooden pharaoh with a.
  15. The sun gilded the linden tops, already seared by the Autumn frosts.
  16. I moved on into a room decked out with vibrant colors and gilded tapestries.
  17. They will finally regain their lost glory of the Gilded Age of Robber Barons.
  18. In the center of the procession was a covered litter, black and gilded with gold.
  19. The huge gilded doors to the ballroom on the opposite end of the room flung open.
  20. All I could see were his knuckles on the gilded arms of his chair, like a throne.
  21. A silver sackbut with gilded crest emerged to mark the hour with a mournful hoot.
  22. A single portrait, signed by Leopold Robert, shone in its carved and gilded frame.
  23. There were no fancy lunches at gilded brokerage offices within the City of London.
  24. They would neglect their homespun for the military plume and the gilded epaulette.
  25. Privilege that saw generations-old luxury, gilded ballrooms, and finest porcelain.
  26. The seats were high-backed rectangular gilded thrones with colourful cushioned material.
  27. But gentle—all shades of the most delicate pink and orange, as if gilded by Botticelli.
  28. One thing I was sorry for; when I bade him have the horns of the oxen gilded, he told me.
  29. On the front entrance `The Cave' and on the back `Tradesmens Entrance', in gilded letters.
  30. This basket, also gilded heavily, was filled with a varied profusion of artificial fruits.
  31. Gaudy green armchairs with gilded wooden armrests shaped into lions’ paws line the walls.
  32. Lord Butterwell and his bride sat on plump downy cushions in a double throne of gilded oak.
  33. The gilded finger that was delivered to the congressman? Why was it wrapped in gold leaf?'.
  34. The gilded frame filled with an altered perspective; a bird’s eye view of Heckler's wagon.
  35. After the gilded elevator doors slid shut he turned from the buttons to eye me speculatively.
  36. His son Cesar would receive the house, his gilded silver cup, and his wooden and iron chairs.
  37. With exaggerated care he passed me the shallow gilded bowl flanked by a pair of elegant lions.
  38. They were gilded, painted, with gold, with lapis lazuli, with ivory, to instill awe into worshippers.
  39. The sun gilded with its beams the tops of the lindens, already yellowed by the keen breath of autumn.
  40. Eons had passed without the immortal city’s gilded streets and her citizens coming under such duress.
  41. The next portrait was on the mummy of a man but instead of a painting on canvas is a relief in stucco, gilded.
  42. The Master himself was turning to his great gilded boat, hoping to row away in the confusion and save himself.
  43. Respectfully, I sat down straddling the chair before me, as Ivan sat down upon his leather bound gilded throne.
  44. Her coiffure imitated that of the queen's, on her feet were gilded sandals such as Taramis wore in her boudoir.
  45. The altar was rising to the bottom, dressed with white and purple tablecloth and a thin lace gilded in the shores.
  46. His reason was candid; his motives, loudly proclaimed, gilded his actions with something of the glamor of a crusade.
  47. The bank building itself, the cavernous lobby, the hand-operated elevators, were all carved stone and exquisitely gilded.
  48. On the back wall near the candlelit windows stood a French cherry wood armoire and a matching vanity with a gilded mirror.
  49. He looked at how the delicate Spanish lace hung almost to the floor, its gilded edge sparkling lightly in the candlelight.
  50. Today: Modern Globalism has already managed to recreate a new Gilded Age of Billionaires… instead of the old millionaires.
  51. Flower and Candy sat either side of him holding each of his hands tightly, their innocent attention gilded by wide hungry eyes.
  52. The body still lay as he had first seen it, silent, motionless, in breast-plates of jeweled gold, gilded sandals and silken skirt.
  53. They hurried down the corridor with reckless speed and stopped before a gilded door which bore the royal dragon symbol of Aquilonia.
  54. Jewels glittered in the torchlight on her gilded sandals, on her gold breast-plates and the slender chains that held them in place.
  55. He imagined the spoiled, gilded residents in panic, screaming and running in desperation for their very lives - in undiluted terror.
  56. The sun gilded, empurpled, set fire to and lighted up the tulips, which are nothing but all the varieties of flame made into flowers.
  57. He had been clad in mail, and still his harness lay there whole; for the cavern's air was as dry as dust, and his hauberk was gilded.
  58. There were no gilded swans or towers of sugar, but there was plenty of roasted meat, boiled fish, new bread, beans and spring berries.
  59. There are bars on the windows and the same genre of drab reproductions in gilded frames that we saw in John’s room adorns the walls.
  60. Soon a red streak became visible in the horizon, the waves whitened, a light played over them, and gilded their foaming crests with gold.
  61. One could hardly move in Joe’s big rooms for the litter of gilded and tapestried furniture, and their crowded walls made the eyes ache.
  62. This love for our goat went so far that prisoners raised the question, not a very wise one, whether Vaska ought not to have his horns gilded.
  63. Emboldened by his example, Katherine insisted upon submitting next, and, reclining on a gilded couch, she bravely held out her lovely left arm.
  64. Allowing him to seduce her in this place gilded with gold and silver, on a bed with the finest satin sheets, surrounded by classical paintings.
  65. The enormous egotism of the man of success is large enough to cover, with its gilded wing, family ramifications in its spasms of self-laudation.
  66. However, the gilded phrase of ‘eight years interest accumulation’ was enough to keep him more than buoyant about the sentence he had endured.
  67. This is the gilded pill, in which lurks a most deadly venom, and which if we swallow, I fear all the political quackery of the nation cannot save us.
  68. He did not see the gilded flag of the purple lion enter Saparen, or the Thanes, their armor gleaming in the rising sun, cut through the line of ern.
  69. She was whisked to the top floor of the hotel, just glimpsing something of the wonderful gilded foyer and gigantic arrangements of flowers everywhere.
  70. Yet there they were—gold breast-plates set with concentric circles of small gems, gilded sandals, and a short silken skirt upheld by a jeweled girdle.
  71. Iván Pávlovich was on the same footing of friendship with the frequenters of the intellectual room as with the gilded youths and with the dignitaries.
  72. He brought Renaissance Coffers of gilded Wood, and gilded Cherubim from Venice, and Paintings of golden-hair’d, blue-eyed Angels from Florence and Siena.
  73. Every ornamental pet is a gilded prisoner who has one purpose: when I get home, go apeshit crazy like Oprah fans getting house niggers on her last show.
  74. Gilt was the microscopically thin veneer of guilt that some rulers still had… so they covered their guilt with gilt and gilded lies… Gold-covered lies.
  75. As the four came to the beach a sliver of the sun broke over Tom Work’s land across the head of the bay and it gilded the water and made the rocks yellow.
  76. The dawning day gilded this happy thing, the great law, "Multiply," lay there smiling and august, and that sweet mystery unfolded in the glory of the morning.
  77. But hearing it took her back to the Imperial City and lovely Anvil, in which gilded musicians would often share their artistry at the auditory pleasure of all.
  78. A season of Sweeney and Apollo in Bradford saw my gilded bum in the paper captioned Theatrical Grin and Bare It or some such, so we played to good houses.
  79. We made our way inside and of all the unexpected things to find in a tent sitting on a dusty plain was a gilded and bejeweled thrown complete with elevated dais.
  80. She too had her arms crossed, and her blonde hair, blonder and longer than Jen’s and curly where Jen’s was straight, blew about her face like a gilded sunburst.
  81. Some oil-paintings in worn gilded frames hung on the walls, but it was impossible to make out what subjects they represented, so blackened were they by smoke and age.
  82. The festooned window blinds were a blend of both red and blue toile de Jouy and on the left side of the bed against the wall, was a mahogany dresser with a gilded mirror.
  83. Yet the Parisian world is so strange, that even all this might not have won attention had there not been connected with it a mysterious story gilded by an immense fortune.
  84. Terese had salvaged the desk from piles of furniture and other gilded items that were gathered for a bonfire, one of the more disturbing practices emerging from revolution.
  85. It usually presents itself in one of three forms: an innocuous hardcover book; a thick, gilded, magnificent ancient tome with runes and locks; or a monstrous amorphous beast.
  86. The tome Prince Dizil magically Retrieved and held to Mark was finely tooled and gilded, the covers were two feet long and eighteen inches wide, and it was three inches thick.
  87. Celebrations poured out on to the streets of Nordhel from the houses and inns within the city where people held grand parties in fancy costumes and gilded and feathered masks.
  88. With a slight inclination of the head, Danglars signed to the count to be seated, pointing significantly to a gilded arm-chair, covered with white satin embroidered with gold.
  89. You know, when you first started here, Jenny, men turned to watch you walk down the street as if you were one of the ikons in the old paintings, a gilded circle around your head.
  90. The ultimate white-knight fantasy: He steals the abused princess from her squalid circumstances and places her under his gilded protection in a castle that no one can breach but him.
  91. The tome Prince Dizil magically Retrieved and held to Mark was finely tooled and gilded, the covers were sixty centimeters long and forty-five wide, and it was seven centimeters thick.
  92. Clinging to the mountainside were dozens of multileveled palaces-a city of mansions-all with white-columned porticos, gilded terraces, and bronze braziers glowing with a thousand fires.
  93. The furnishings inside Jean’s tent were suited to a queen’s palace, everything was gilded, the chairs, the bedposts, the mirrored lamps, the carpets, everywhere she looked was golden.
  94. She would rather have died from the rigors of a life spent as a field slave as opposed to this gilded existence as a pretty bird of paradise locked away in a cage of gold and fine linens.
  95. This Aram lifted and showed the Cimmerian into a well-appointed chamber, the windows of which, Conan instantly noted, were small and strongly set with twisted bars of iron, tastefully gilded.
  96. A high wall surrounded the whole of the hotel, surmounted at intervals by vases filled with flowers, and broken in the centre by a large gate of gilded iron, which served as the carriage entrance.
  97. Your history is quite a romance, and the world, which delights in romances in yellow covers, strangely mistrusts those which are bound in living parchment, even though they be gilded like yourself.
  98. When I reached the workshop - in truth a parlour of velvet and paintings with gilded frames and standing servants, with an oak bench before the great window - I was met by an aide, the fop from Lyons.
  99. Jerome and Woloda—the latter no longer in his grey cap and blue frockcoat, but in the uniform of a student of the University, with its embroidered blue collar, three-cornered hat, and gilded sword.
  100. Having given this vent to his ill-humor, the baron became more calm; Mademoiselle Danglars had that morning requested an interview with her father, and had fixed on the gilded drawing-room as the spot.
  1. The greater glory gilds the victor's crown.
  2. She was fragile as the foliage in autumn; the radiance of heaven shone through her as the sun strikes athwart the withering leaves and gilds them.
  3. The gentleman gilds the pill he would give us; but it is a slow poison that would creep upon us, and bring on a distemper heretofore unknown to us, that sooner or later would carry us to the grave.

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