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Heighten sätze (in englisch)

1. Heighten the pleasure.
2. How else could hearts heighten.
3. This Principle should heighten.
4. It seemed not only to heighten the mood for.
5. People will enter the caves, terror will heighten.
6. Although inside, he could feel his temporary self-loathing heighten.
7. The lack of oxygen to her brain was supposed to heighten her orgasm.

8. This could use some attention is a gentle way to heighten arousal.
9. Aggression built until I saw what was causing my dominant nature to heighten.
10. I donate this milk to the courtroom, should it heighten our chances of leniency.
11. The pulpit seemed to heighten his charmlessness, and his sermons were poorly received, in general.
12. This will heighten your senses, speed up both strength and reaction time and dull any sense of pain.
13. They heighten our negative thinking and impair our normal perception, rationality and comprehension.
14. The sight of your dear sister, however, was really dreadful; and, to heighten the matter, I found her alone.
15. It is an uninterrupted flow of concentration aimed to heighten one's awareness and oneness with the universe.
16. In order to heighten the read, a lot of writers include a ‘clock/time’ within their storyline, for example:.
17. Ladislaw, which I think will heighten your opinion of him, said Dorothea to her husband in the coarse of the evening.
18. Heavy burgundy drapes, opened to reveal the sliding glass doors leading to the balcony, only seemed to heighten the darkness of the room.
19. Her eyes were large with the look of someone who’d stepped on something sharp as she saw Fern's body become rigid and heighten a little.
20. She lifted her knees and held his waist between her thighs, pulling on the soles of her own feet to try to heighten the pleasure for both of them.
21. But every circumstance that could embitter such an evil seemed uniting to heighten the misery of Marianne in a final separation from Willoughby--.
22. Rising prices and the success of some investors attract public attention and heighten expectations for further price rises, raising investor demand.
23. Even though he used to be a divine being, he still experienced the same emotional states as humans that walked the Earth, albeit at a heighten level.
24. Additional searches of their room were to be expected, and apparel that had not been there earlier would undoubtedly heighten the interest of those watching them.
25. The pills they gave me were supposed to hone and heighten my analytical mind, and at the same time, they were designed to quash pesky, distracting, irrelevant emotions.
26. The atmosphere lent itself to letting one’s guard down even in the ordinarily stuffy surroundings that would tend to raise one’s level of alertness and heighten the senses.
27. A state of fear, for example, might switch on resources that heighten our speed and awareness while switching off resources devoted to reflection and the pursuit of entertainment.
28. Not only would this solidify their position as the preeminent cartel on the Eastern Seaboard, but this would also prove to heighten their influence with their suppliers in Colombia.
29. But besides these senses, our bodies have other organs that can heighten the enjoyment of love and intercourse; and you need to know which these are and how to get the most pleasure from them.
30. This elusive quality it is, which causes the thought of whiteness, when divorced from more kindly associations, and coupled with any object terrible in itself, to heighten that terror to the furthest bounds.
31. It was generally accepted that the letter that had been written more than an hundred and twenty years earlier and signed by that name was probably penned ironically by a journalist to heighten interest in the story.
32. Anxious to show his independence and to advance, he had refused a post that had been offered him, hoping that this refusal would heighten his value; but it turned out that he had been too bold, and he was passed over.
33. But this factor needs further explaining; thus, a person with an addictive personality has probably inherited some factors that heighten vulnerability but do not make it inevitable that addiction to drugs will happen.
34. In order to heighten the impression of an organization as omniscient and divine as its leader and to cultivate the necessary sense of sin and guilt within the people, the security services are anonymous and select victims at random.
35. Fern you have to wake up! Elm’s hand was moving briskly across her chest as if he hoped to stimulate her heart to beat faster, to increase her neurological stimulation, to heighten the electrical impulses to her brain, her whole being.
36. Chance had it that it also coincided with carnival week, but no one could get the stubborn idea out of Colonel Aureliano Buendía’s head that the coincidence had been foreseen by the government in order to heighten the cruelty of the mockery.
37. But she hesitated, fearing to offend him by obtruding herself; for her ardor, continually repulsed, served, with her intense memory, to heighten her dread, as thwarted energy subsides into a shudder; and she wandered slowly round the nearer clumps of trees until she saw him advancing.
38. Providing asylum to people claiming refugee status on ground of persecution can heighten antagonism between states, examples: Australia and Indonesian, China and USA in the students revolt at Tiananmen square massacre which was condemned by China as interference in its internal affairs.
39. This core understanding of multidimensionality provided each newly manifest Portion, or personality, with a basis from which Time, itself a new concept in terms of physical matters, was understood to heighten the importance of a moment-point that involved the quest of all personalities.
40. He had every well-grounded reason for solid attachment; he knew her to have all the worth that could justify the warmest hopes of lasting happiness with her; her conduct at this very time, by speaking the disinterestedness and delicacy of her character (qualities which he believed most rare indeed), was of a sort to heighten all his wishes, and confirm all his resolutions.
41. The revenue of an individual may be spent, either in things which are consumed immediately, and in which one day's expense can neither alleviate nor support that of another ; or it may be spent in things mere durable, which can therefore be accumulated, and in which every day's expense may, as he chooses, either alleviate, or support and heighten, the effect of that of the following day.
42. To heighten the picture exhibited by official tyranny, and to add to the cruel vexation of this transaction, I was carried out of the county in which I lived, fifty miles from my family, kept six weeks without fire in the months of October and November, nearly the whole of which time the northwest wind had free admittance into the dungeon, through the same aperture that admitted the light of heaven into that dreary cell.
43. Whether thus adorned she would have been beautiful or not, and what she must have been in her prosperity, may be imagined from the beauty remaining to her after so many hardships; for, as everyone knows, the beauty of some women has its times and its seasons, and is increased or diminished by chance causes; and naturally the emotions of the mind will heighten or impair it, though indeed more frequently they totally destroy it.
44. Were two men of equal fortune to spend their revenue, the one chiefly in the one way, the other in the other, the magnificence of the person whose expense had been chiefly in durable commodities, would be continually increasing, every day's expense contributing something to support and heighten the effect of that of the following day ; that of the other, on the contrary, would be no greater at the end of the period than at the beginning.
45. In fact, no matter what a man may have assumed to be his vocation,—whether it be to govern people, to defend his fellow-countrymen, to divine service, to instruct others, to invent means to heighten the pleasures of life, to discover the laws of the world, to incorporate eternal truths in artistic representations,—the duty of a reasonable man is to take part in the struggle with nature, for the sustenance of his own life and of that of others.
46. Attempt to translate into Greek one of Pitt's or Mirabeau's discourses, or an extract from Addison or Nicole, and you will be obliged to recast and transpose the thought; you will be led to find for the same thoughts, expressions more akin to facts and to concrete experience; a flood of light will heighten the prominence of all the truths and of all the errors; that which you were wont to call natural and clear will seem to you affected and semi-obscure, and you will perceive by force of contrast why, among the Greeks, the instrument of thought being more simple, it did its office better and with less effort.
47. Open the apertures, heighten activity,.
1. Heightening anxieties, fears.
2. But this is the usual way of heightening alarm, where there is nothing to be alarmed at in reality.
3. Often heightening the effect with a wash, he conveyed marvellous suggestions with the simplest scribbles.
4. It is improbable that the mere heightening of a weak, bad man's ambition would make him good and great in half an hour.
5. The sound of waves crashing against the beach beyond the clubhouse was muffled, further heightening the apparent tension in the room.
6. Yet, as he followed, in heightening fascination, those same tedious details gave depth to a grizzly scene that began in the early hours.
7. Any decision in which the individual is taking more responsibility for the quality of his or her life inevitably will lead to a heightening of that person's awareness.
8. In my opinion, technology does not promote a heightening of self-awareness in a spiritual sense although it may advance, however, a ―sense‖ of material awareness.
9. He did not know if it was due to the alcohol in his system heightening his consciousness to the reality of what had happened in the past week or if it was something else.
10. In the mean time, we could plainly mark the prodigious effect the progressions of this delightful energy wrought in this delicious girl, gradually heightening her beauty as they heightened her pleasure.
11. A good lesson on the importance of keeping color subdued, for the sake of heightening architectural effect, can be derived from any of Front's works, which, by the way, might with great advantage be used to copy from.
12. This din of voices and the clatter of the chairs, together with the close smell, always flowed into one tormenting sensation, and produced in Nekhludoff a feeling of moral nausea which grew into physical sickness, the two feelings mingling with and heightening each other.
13. If we had never experienced blindness in others we would never know the existence of the ability of those who are blind to deal with the pain and inconvenience of not seeing, their courage and tenacity, and their ability to compensate through the heightening of other senses.
14. Occasionally a car of revelers departing from the Sahara City nightclub passed by on the road a little way off lighting up Lizzie's outline, illuminating a barely discernible smile with a momentary flash, then the withdrawing quantum of light leaving us again minus one sense, heightening the rest.
15. But to others an historical novel like the ‘Martyr of Golgotha’ comes like a revelation, opening fresh vistas of thought, filling out blanks and making clear what had hitherto been vague and unsatisfactory, quickening insight and sympathy, and actually heightening the conception of divine traits.
16. The secrecy with which everything had been carried on between them, was rationally treated as enormously heightening the crime, because, had any suspicion of it occurred to the others, proper measures would have been taken to prevent the marriage; and he called on Elinor to join with him in regretting that Lucy's engagement with Edward had not rather been fulfilled, than that she should thus be the means of spreading misery farther in the family.
17. The secrecy with which everything had been carried on between them, was rationally treated as enormously heightening the crime, because, had any suspicion of it occurred to the others, proper measures would have been taken to prevent the marriage; and he called on Elinor to join with him in regretting that Lucy’s engagement with Edward had not rather been fulfilled, than that she should thus be the means of spreading misery farther in the family.
18. As I declined the proposal on the plea of an appointment, he was so good as to take me into a yard and show me where the gallows was kept, and also where people were publicly whipped, and then he showed me the Debtors' Door, out of which culprits came to be hanged; heightening the interest of that dreadful portal by giving me to understand that "four on 'em" would come out at that door the day after to-morrow at eight in the morning, to be killed in a row.
19. Dashwood remained at Norland several months; not from any disinclination to move when the sight of every well known spot ceased to raise the violent emotion which it produced for a while; for when her spirits began to revive, and her mind became capable of some other exertion than that of heightening its affliction by melancholy remembrances, she was impatient to be gone, and indefatigable in her inquiries for a suitable dwelling in the neighbourhood of Norland; for to remove far from that beloved spot was impossible.
1. Heightened episodes of stress in.
2. Everything about it was heightened.
3. They heightened over negro outrages.
4. Every second with her was heightened.
5. I remember my senses being heightened.
6. Tensions were heightened as the Russian.
7. His accent only heightened his sensuality.
8. Back at Ariel, Rex was given a heightened.
9. The roaring of the fire heightened and sang.
10. He flew onward in silence, senses heightened.
11. The sound of running water heightened his urge.
12. The effect was heightened by a trivial accident.
13. Likewise is this devotion in its heightened form.
14. I see, Wickland said with heightened interest.
15. I saw the scent hit Mona with her heightened gifts.
16. Azura heightened the speed of her eyes even further.
17. The metallic taste of his blood heightened my thirst.
18. At the same time, her senses heightened: every sound.
19. No words were spoken, only looks of heightened urgency.
20. Some experienced heightened sexuality, even nymphomania.
21. The tone of his voice only heightened Thomas’s concern.
22. Thus there obviously was a heightened risk for them both.
23. Both Coreema and Morn did not flinch, but his heightened.
24. His new, heightened senses would take some getting used to.
25. My awareness was heightened to a level I found almost painful.
26. It sounded loud and urgent in her state of heightened anxiety.
27. Making love to her that night only heightened his need for her.
28. As you can imagine, this was a time of heightened tension in.
29. Fairmont heightened the mystery surrounding this shadowy figure.
30. With this experiment, you will have heightened level of awareness.
31. With his heightened canine hearing he heard every word they said.
32. The feel of her smooth skin on his body heightened all his senses.
33. To Barry's heightened mind they look an unlikely group of friends.
34. Lets just say that there is a heightened state of anxiety in.
35. Of course, that heightened risk could bring about more losses too.
36. Time dragged by, every noise heightened by the strenuous situation.
37. And in this heightened state, Calvin couldn't blink away the images.
38. Coupled with heightened emotions, it is a recipe for trader blowout.
39. Still, countries like Iran pose a heightened threat to world security.
40. Mary Catherine’s senses were heightened when she realized the crowd.
41. Not only are heightened senses reported by most who have experienced.
42. She heightened all their interest in music and they all had a go on it.
43. This alienated ID psyche generates heightened violent social tendencies.
44. It was perhaps a heightened state of anxiety that aroused her suspicions.
45. Caris had heightened the childish look by dressing her in a plain white.
46. All his senses were heightened to a degree he never even thought possible.
47. We kissed again and again with nothing more between us but our heightened.
48. The secrecy of the undertaking heightened its charm and they marched gaily.
49. His interest like many others was heightened by the furore surrounding the.
50. He was in Budapest, he said, at a conference on heightened memory capacity.
51. Julian Jaynes also believed the heightened state we experience when a poem.
52. In learning situations, the rate of intake is heightened as we actively try.
53. Of course, with the music came a heightened awareness of just how strong his.
54. The fact that he was suddenly very rich only heightened the sense of nightmare.
55. Our senses heightened to an almost painful intensity until I touched her again.
56. No, he said, hoping to see a glimmer of heightened attention from Coreema.
57. One of the city gates was ahead and I instantly noticed the heightened security.
58. Schmalzbauer says that there is some heightened levels of depression due to the.
59. She was frightened and asked for my help which only heightened the pleasure I felt.
60. Heightened correlations tend to coincide with bear markets and elevated volatility.
61. His senses became heightened and quickly registered other footsteps on the staircase.
62. He anticipated the heightened tension and security because of events in Atlanta, and.
63. Her great natural beauty was, if not heightened, rendered more obvious by her attire.
64. The chemistry had to be there, emotions stirred, senses heightened, making you yearn.
65. My already heightened sense of smell recoiled from the metallic odour of fresh blood.
66. The activity level heightened and the sense of anticipation and urgency was palpable.
67. And his sense of urgency was heightened when he heard his mother calling him from her.
68. He knew that she was not only aroused, but also her vampire instincts were heightened.
69. A sense of heightened awareness enveloped her, and she felt connected to the Universe.
70. Each of them had accrued heightened experience with edged weapons during their campaign.
71. Allow me to introduce you to my daughter, said the countess, with heightened color.
72. In addition, there was news that heightened concerns about the UK and Chinese economies.
73. Heightened senses extended beyond the boundaries of their vision, crossing the distance.
74. You know we have heightened senses of reality? I questioned Akua in between giggles.
75. Again, there was the sense of heightened cognizance or a fuller awareness of fundamentals.
76. Because of their heightened ability to feel, you would assume that type Cs are introverts.
77. I was in a state of heightened excitement all day and I could not concentrate on anything.
78. But this stupendous fragmentariness heightened the dreamlike strangeness of her bridal life.
79. Athens airport was tense, frantic and intimidating with this amount of heightened security.
80. When the hypnotic state is induced, it invariably produces a heightened action of the heart.
81. Though the intensity of the situation heightened, Mitchell had never felt better in his life.
82. Also, their eyes, the pupils of white encased in gray, an indication of their heightened sight.
83. There was none in the enclosed barn and this heightened the panic of the animal to a fever pitch.
84. It only heightened her frustration, causing her to be more annoyed and making her more determined.
85. That being said, there is also heightened political risk within the developed countries of the world.
86. This unity is associated with a homogeneous and heightened emotional state of the crowd’s members.
87. It all seemed heightened than the last time I was here at the base, but I’m only here for a minute.
88. Louella and I glanced at each other with heightened curiosity, when Fred said, You tell ‘em Ezra.
89. His shop was also a front for a lot of illegal activity, and my heightened awareness was in high gear.
90. Suddenly all of his sensations were heightened and he found himself convulsing with euphoria and hatred.
91. Throwing the faeces to one side he continued along the road, but now he walked with heightened awareness.
92. This noise hampered the commando’s who had been unable to use their heightened hearing to the fullest.
93. The awful effect was heightened by the piercing shrieks of the women and the fierce yells of the warriors.
94. One thing above all the rest heightened the respect, nay almost the veneration, of Danglars for Cavalcanti.
95. Valentine, with a color still heightened by emotion, entered the room just after her parents had quitted it.
96. Why? Because they are living in a heightened state of Pure Wonder and Beauty: they are not bored or unhappy.
97. She spoke good Spanish, with a certain roughness in the syntax, and her frequent slips heightened her charm.
98. This again was heightened by a certain gypsy character that set the banquet off; for while the table was, as Mr.
99. Fern! Fern! Wake up! Come on Fern, wake up! You have to wake up! Elm’s voice was heightened with desperation.
100. With speed heightened by the Force, Iratus sprinted over to the dazed Padawan, placing the tips of his lightsabers.
1. This heightens previous suspicions, and we wonder if the one-dimensional.
2. My forest-green dress heightens the colour of my eyes, looks pleasing with my auburn hair hanging loose.
3. Even so, this conservative approach heightens the danger that an upstart currency could emerge, à la Google, and eat Bitcoin’s lunch.
4. As we read through pages, this greatness heightens, never ceases to diminish and the legacy is born once again while we become part of it when we finish reading it.
5. UNSEELIE FLESH: Eating Unseelie flesh endows an average human with enormous strength, power, and sensory acuity; heightens sexual pleasure and stamina; and is highly addictive.
6. The women are very much aware of this corruption of the process of a "secret ballot" and it heightens their desire to have the right to vote as they believe that they would refuse en masse to comply with despotic demands such as those of the mill owners," Olin informed him without realizing that it would be another 66 years before the ladies would have the lawful ability to test their theory.

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