gorge sätze

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Gorge sätze (in englisch)

At the end of the gorge.
She looked into the gorge below.
Gorge came up to me first saying.
The gorge was almost ten meters deep.
But he was afraid to cross that gorge.
To the left the gorge opened out into.
Of the Coyote Ceremonial Monument Gorge.

Usually when that happens I gorge on food.
I’ll just have a look over in that gorge.
Ted swallowed the gorge rising in his throat.
Orakne climbed up, going outside of the gorge.
She stuck a fist out and flew out of the gorge.
The paths out of the narrow gorge fell steeply.
Big cats in the wild often gorge; they don’t.
He headed straight for Ruby, away from the gorge.
Past that, an old trestle bridge spanning a gorge.
A torrent, whose bed was dry, led into a deep gorge.
A chill wind blew down the gorge and Halon shivered.
The river was something of a gorge rather than a valley.
They turned their backs to the gorge and started firing.
It’s about a hundred feet to the bottom of that gorge.
The afternoon was spent travelling down the Gorge of the.
Again, Isabel stood staring up the beach towards the gorge.
Willie is at one end of the gorge holding the injured and.
She stopped herself midair and sailed up through the gorge.
And strangely, after that, the water in the gorge flowed.
His simple step eroded the soil sliding him into the gorge.
The creek that ran past the back of the clearing in a gorge.
Mick followed the course of the gorge higher, up around the.
I spent no more time on them, but began to run up the gorge.
It seems, for some reason, the toral never go into the gorge.
He wondered why he had gone into the gorge in the first place.
Singling out the next victims to attack, kill, and gorge upon.
They streamed into the gorge and entered the welcome darkness.
That darkness far to the east is Blue Gorge, Andore said.
Helen and he, had walked out to the distant Edeowie Gorge, and.
All was still and dark in the gorge with a steady fall of rain.
The gorge had taken them high up the mountain and around a limb.
My stomach almost revolted, but I managed to keep my gorge down.
She took the packs off Vanil and let her gorge on the juicy grass.
I could hear them gorging on a non-.
Savagery: hate; killing; gorging oneself full.
The pigeons were once again at it, gorging on food dropped.
His friend was speechless for a change; he was still gorging on.
After gorging themselves on greasy wings and fries, they retired to the.
He was one of the few people he had seen who wasn‘t gorging themselves.
Bears were focused on gorging themselves before winter forced them into hibernation.
Creosote in Monty Python’s The Meaning of Life, WorldCom was gorging itself to the bursting point.
To her left a tight cluster of pelicans floated upon the water over a school of fish, gorging themselves.
He looks at my gorging with a neutral look in his eyes and patiently waits until I’ve tucked away the sandwich completely.
Lazing upon divans amidst wealth and feasting, gorging themselves… idly wondering what would happen to them when they died.
The men on shore had indeed found fruit, and were gorging on it, finding one unknown golden-skinned variety especially luscious.
Gorging themselves on the food as they returned to their resting place they found all manner of fruit and meat and bread for them.
Once a little burned maize was discovered in a still burning granary, and several of the pirates died in agony from gorging on it.
He continued to sniff and was pointedly looking in my direction, but finally felt satisfied and went back to gorging on the berries.
After gorging himself on week-old junkyard dog stew, soon he was sound asleep on the living room couch, happily dreaming about dogs.
I was gorging because of my traumatic starvation and Monette, in any case a natural, stocking sensations for the arid times of melted clocks.
The scent of honey in particular caught his attention, sparking to life memories of gorging on Grimgy's specialty, duck saturated in a sweet honey glaze.
Without any aid from the science of cookery, he was immediately employed, in common with his fellows, in gorging himself with this digestible sustenance.
Like most POWs, in gorging day and night, he had gained weight extremely rapidly; he now weighed 143 pounds, just seventeen pounds under his weight at the time of the crash.
It had begun as the most rapacious indulgence, with no thought or care taken and guided only by a gorging, insatiable lust for new and different desires and hatreds; joys, sorrows and pain.
And was not all of this expectation now fulfilled right before their eyes? When this hungry, undernourished multitude had finished gorging itself with the wonder-food, there was but one unanimous reaction: Here is our king.
I will not go into other particulars, as for example want of shirts, and no superabundance of shoes, thin and threadbare garments, and gorging themselves to surfeit in their voracity when good luck has treated them to a banquet of some sort.
I hoarded my daily ration of cigarettes, denying myself the luxury of nicotine relief for hours on end, until, like a binge drinker I felt compelled to indulge in some weird chain-smoking ritual, gorging on tar and smoke until I was physically sick.
And after each figure was disposed of, it was as much as I could do to get a bite or a sup, before the next came; while he sat at his ease guessing nothing, and eating bacon and hot roll, in (if I may be allowed the expression) a gorging and gormandizing manner.
He doesn't see the harm anymore, so he decides to soothe the beast that dwells in the pit of his gut, "Can I have that food now?" In moments, a steaming hot plate of fish and vegetables appear on the table, and Apollo doesn't hesitate to gorging himself on the generous helpings.
But though her childhood had been spent among these objects, which were esteemed at the Palace because falling just short at the last moment of quite sweetness and quite niceness they discouraged sinful gorging, they had none of their ancient sobering effect on her there in Milan.
Because the ghoul secretly inhabiting Wilhelm’s aura was a hundred times more diseased and defective than Hitler was and was not comfortable living inside the body of a vegetarian, when it had been gorging itself on dead flesh for over 60 years… thus Hitler’s constant stomach problems.
To drive your boxed car to your office building to return to your multi-roomed home, where you take food from a refrigerator, place it in a microwave and toss its box in the trash, take today's uniform and put it in the hamper for tomorrow's wash, take tonight's bed clothes from a bureau drawer and lay on your king size mattress to watch your big screen, broadband gorging T.
Gorged with the dearest.
He gorged his eyes with the most.
The jackals gorged themselves on.
I gorged on the meat as a lioness gorges.
I ran to my food then gorged on its contents.
I felt like a lion thatd gorged on a zebra carcass.
Parental love is such a sweet, which can not be gorged.
He gorged on the crumb without any hesitation whatsoever.
During that night they gorged themselves into unconsciousness.
Stacey had gorged himself on his grandma’s biscuits and gravy.
A little while later, after they had gorged themselves enough to.
When she had gorged her fill she trotted to the edge of the lake to.
Grunting pigs gorged themselves with the empty skins and rolled about in them.
Airavata blustered in agony while that bodiless Raksha gorged on tender innards.
He said that the goat had gotten loose, broken into a grain bin, and gorged himself.
The engine purred as it gorged itself on the liquid feast of gold that petrol had now become.
Bumblebees gorged themselves on nectar and pollen and flew from flower to flower haphazardly.
The cow was led in to the cave though it never came back out, the bear gorged itself on its meal.
The sea near the beach would normally boil and bubble with the feeding frenzy as the larger fish gorged on the trapped sprats.
It might be dead, in which case someone was poaching his territory, or it might be too gorged from a kill to fit thru it's bolt hole.
And best of all, in the eyes of the online traders who gorged on Exodus’s gains, was the fact that the stock had split 2-for-1 three times during 1999.
Every step I took in that rank grass revealed hidden human carcases mouldering there while fat, contented-looking vultures, gorged with human carrion, swarmed the trees above in black hordes.
When Magua reached the cluster of lolling savages, who, gorged with their disgusting meal, lay stretched on the earth in brutal indulgence, he commenced speaking with the dignity of an Indian chief.
To escape further into quiet he ignored abusive shouts from the station guards and jumped into the gorged out track of the train line, disappearing from their harassed yells and furious declarations of his idiocy into the dark silence of the waiting eastward tunnel.
Madame Homais was very fond of these small, heavy turban-shaped loaves, that are eaten in Lent with salt butter; a last vestige of Gothic food that goes back, perhaps, to the time of the Crusades, and with which the robust Normans gorged themselves of yore, fancying they saw on the table, in the light of the yellow torches, between tankards of hippocras and huge boars' heads, the heads of Saracens to be devoured.
A revolutionary tribunal in the capital, and forty or fifty thousand revolutionary committees all over the land; a law of the Suspected, which struck away all security for liberty or life, and delivered over any good and innocent person to any bad and guilty one; prisons gorged with people who had committed no offence, and could obtain no hearing; these things became the established order and nature of appointed things, and seemed to be ancient usage before they were many weeks old.
And now, with conspiring nature, and my industry, strong to aid him, he pierces, penetrates, and at length, winning his way inch by inch, gets entirely in, and finally, a home made thrust sheaths it up to the guard; on the information of which, from the close jointure of our bodies (insomuch that the hair on both sides perfectly interweaved and incircled together), the eyes of the transported youth sparkled with more joyous fires, and all his looks and motions acknowledged excess of pleasure, which I now began to share, for I felt him in my very vitals! I was quite sick with delight! stirred beyond bearing with its furious agitations within me, and gorged and crammed, even to a surfeit.
I gorged on the meat as a lioness gorges.
The next day was spent travelling through the gorges of.
The three gorges are still impressive but not as impressive.
The first breath of the tempest scattered in the distant gorges.
We went for sight seeing in parks, gorges, valleys, and landscapes.
Just now he could not tell what lay on either hand, whether cliffs, thickets or gorges.
As we continued south, the plateau constricted into parallel gorges of varying breadth.
Well: slainte! Around the slabbed tables the tangle of wined breaths and grumbling gorges.
You may also catch birds using lines trailed in the water with hooks or gorges baited with fish.
Storm-voices trembled from the mountains, sounding dully in the gorges, and died away in the clefts.
There were dips and climbs out of deep gorges and there was a hairpin she wanted to get right this time.
But the carnival doesn't care if it stinks by moonlight instead of sun, so long as it gorges on fear and pain.
Rivers running free cut through the profusion of wild vegetation that gorges itself on an abundance of nature’s tears.
After the destruction of the band of Gaspard Bes, who had infested the gorges of Ollioules, one of his lieutenants, Cravatte, took refuge in the mountains.
And fairer still were the faraway blue mountains beyond the river, the nunnery, the mysterious gorges, and the pine forests veiled in the mist of their summits.
Over unsounded gorges, through the rifled hearts of mountains, under torrents' beds, unerringly I rush! Naught's an obstacle, naught's an angle to the iron way!.
And there is a Catskill eagle in some souls that can alike dive down into the blackest gorges, and soar out of them again and become invisible in the sunny spaces.
Every beautiful sceneries, landscapes, gorges, pine trees, rivers, waterfalls and mountain ranges were flashing as the film shows in my mind within a fraction of time.
The path soon became more uneven, and the travelers could plainly perceive that the mountains drew nigher to them on each hand, and that they were, in truth, about entering one of their gorges.
There are steep gorges leading up from the lake into the hills, and as the heated air rises in a pocket over the lake during the day, there is a tendency after sunset for the cooling air of the gorges to rush down upon the lake.
The Shirki was a swift, turbulent river rushing southwestward through rocky gorges and canyons, and there were few places where an army could cross at that time of the year, when the stream was almost bank-full with the melting of the snows.
All civilized peoples offer this detail to the admiration of the thinker; war; now, war, civilized war, exhausts and sums up all the forms of ruffianism, from the brigandage of the Trabuceros in the gorges of Mont Jaxa to the marauding of the Comanche Indians in the Doubtful Pass.
Through the shadowy gorges and defiles that night there rang the hoofs of galloping horses, and the starlight glimmered on helmets and curved blades, until the ghoulish shapes that haunt the crags stared into the darkness from ravine and boulder and wondered what things were afoot.
At the bend of the Danube, vessels, an island, and a castle with a park surrounded by the waters of the confluence of the Enns and the Danube became visible, and the rocky left bank of the Danube covered with pine forests, with a mystic background of green treetops and bluish gorges.
The road from Ankh-Morpork to Quirm is high, white and winding, a thirty-league stretch of potholes and half-buried rocks that spirals around mountains and dips into cool green valleys of citrus trees, crosses liana-webbed gorges on creaking rope bridges and is generally more picturesque than Picturesque.
I had not yet discovered the mysteries of love, nor traveled to the distant lands of Egypt with its fascinating pyramids and its enigmatic mummies, nor walked by the powerful ruins of Machu Picchu, nor seen the portentous skies of Bogota, nor navigated through the narrow gorges of Venice, or visited the giant cathedrals in Madrid or the glimmering white towers of the Taj Mahal, nor the sumptuous waterfall Angel Fall, nor perceived the subtle aroma of the Dutch tulips, nor tasted a faint taste of the Swiss delicacies, nor the French pastries, nor the Mexican toasts.
It is very possible that the high qualities of the masses are not such as are described in La petite Fadette and in La Mare au Diable, but these qualities exist, that I know for certain, and the writer who describes the masses, as Maupassant does, by telling sympathetically of the "hanches" and "gorges" of Breton domestics, and with contempt and ridicule the life of the labouring people, commits a great error in an artistic sense, because he describes the subject from only one, the most uninteresting, physical side, and completely overlooks the other, the most important, spiritual side, which forms the essence of the subject.

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