hitch sätze

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Hitch sätze (in englisch)

  1. On a hitch hikers thumb.
  2. Yet there was one hitch.
  3. There's got to be a hitch.
  4. We arrived without a hitch.
  5. Later they hitch a ride on.

  6. It went off without a hitch.
  7. The theft went without a hitch.
  8. There is a hitch, it won't work.
  9. Use a killick hitch (shown later).
  10. Everything went off without a hitch.
  11. The wedding went off without a hitch.
  12. The shipment arrived without a hitch.
  13. When all seemed well, he found a hitch.
  14. The Hitch Hiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.
  15. Ralph: There is a little hitch, however.

  16. The procedure had gone without a hitch.
  17. The travel plan went off without a hitch.
  18. This is going to go off without a hitch.
  19. The meeting had gone off without a hitch.
  20. Aadil she waved back in a hitch second.
  21. Look into the hitch and protection chains.
  22. The first performance went without a hitch.
  23. The rest of the week went by without a hitch.
  24. I’ll have Conrad hitch up the carriage.
  25. Begin with a clove hitch (a) around one spar.

  26. So far, the plot had gone off without a hitch.
  27. The sale went down without a hitch or a glitch.
  28. The launch of War Club went off without a hitch.
  29. The first phase of his plan went without a hitch.
  30. And I put as fast a hitch over the stump as any.
  31. There was a hitch in barter system, practiced by.
  32. They reached the pastures quickly, without a hitch.
  33. A slight hitch in his breathing was all it took to.
  34. Finish with a clove hitch around the other spar (b).
  35. Green Band was hurtling along without an apparent hitch.
  36. Rocky blocked with Mike while banging out the bank hitch.
  37. It was a nine year hitch, with marked cards being dealt.
  38. It was perfect; the whole thing had gone without a hitch.
  39. As to paying the money down, there’ll be no hitch there.
  40. Maybe up on the road I could hitch a ride with a passerby.
  41. The actual drive to the restaurant went off without a hitch.
  42. Padraic was showing Caleb how to tie a double hitch with a.
  43. Sometime in the future it could hitch a ride inside my mind.
  44. Okay, what’s the hitch? What kind of fuel does it use?’.
  45. Walter Thompson’s public offering came off without a hitch.
  46. There was only one hitch: my exam was scheduled for the morning.
  47. He yawned as she drove up, a hitch of arrogant shoulders, one.
  48. With a hitch of his belt, the groom drifted out of the main hall.
  49. I managed to hitch a ride, and I also found a ride back to Tyler.
  50. Irma’s breakdown started when Scram was pounding out the hitch.
  51. The Babel fish, said The Hitch Hiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.
  52. He even found a hitch awaiting him in his legal case in the senate.
  53. Daveda’s moment went without a hitch; she just looked up at the.
  54. Hitch a ride on a train or with a trucker, but get out of my house.
  55. My intent though wasnt to hurt anyone it was only to hitch a ride.
  56. The woman sobered enough to hitch her bodice and slink quickly away.
  57. The first song went without a hitch and so did the ten that followed.
  58. I figured that someone would be along soon, and I could hitch a ride.
  59. With a shrug, he said, You know, we could always hitch a ride there.
  60. Variously known as the Highwayman’s hitch, Thief hitch and Thief knot.
  61. Danip’s renting a company team so I’ll hitch ‘em up behind his.
  62. Ensure that your elbow stays tucked in and your shoulder does not hitch.
  63. Interesting, I was on my way to I-40 westbound to try and hitch a ride.
  64. The Hampton processing and repacking operation starts up without a hitch.
  65. Lash the animal to the pole and finish with a clove hitch around the pole.
  66. Finally he sighed heavily and sent his man Luther out to hitch up his team.
  67. Their eggs are good travelers, hitch hiking on board container’s en route.
  68. The next step in their plan, would also be performed, without a single hitch.
  69. They expect the Totality of 12, to jump immediately up to 24 without a hitch.
  70. Place the pole along the belly and use a clove hitch around each pair of legs.
  71. Ensure that you do not hitch your shoulder or move your elbow out to the side.
  72. There was one hitch, the Egyptians regarded shepherds as an abomination, they.
  73. Bryson was furious at this last minute hitch to an otherwise perfect operation.
  74. Then to partially set my mind at ease, he enumerated the best way to hitch hike.
  75. I didn’t see anything shaped like a tube, much less a tube with a hitch in it.
  76. My gait was an uneven hitch but we were moving, almost as fast as she could walk.
  77. He took another hitch of the chair nearer Carton and lowered his voice impressively.
  78. I have never… Her sentence trailed off with a small hitch in her breathing.
  79. A day later, I retrieved, without a hitch, my mother's new passport from the consulate.
  80. Tom walked through it and headed for the open road, where he began to hitch for a lift.
  81. I’m proud of you, son, his father’s voice was soft, with that hitch in it again.
  82. The company wanted me to leave immediately, and that’s when I had a hitch in the plans.
  83. Now the reporters seemed to want to paint them as needing to hitch their wagon to my caravan.
  84. Ensure that the shoulder does not hitch and the trunk does not flex to the side when reaching.
  85. Shapiro hoped to be able to hitch the Nissan to the trailer and depart without meeting anybody.
  86. For 11 months, they have maintained a steady friends-with-benefits relationship without a hitch.
  87. Its length is 1350 feet, and it is terminated at each end by a hitch or dyke of hard sandstone.
  88. Pros/Cons - if it's fresh, Live Rock from the ocean allows you to benefit from the hitch hikers.
  89. Bryson reported the hitch to Sam, who had to make the ultimate decision, save or murder the girl.
  90. Ensure that your shoulder does not hitch and your trunk does not bend to the side when reaching.
  91. He had kept in touch with the "powers that be" without a hitch until his wire was cut by a shell.
  92. At the last moment, an enlisted man ran to the plane and asked if he could hitch a ride to Palmyra.
  93. By eleven we were still standing on the hot side of the road trying to hitch a ride to Sierra City.
  94. Her mumbling had not set well in him, neither had the fact that her breathing had started to hitch.
  95. Although the bridal shower went off without a hitch, Bethanie and Sheridan had their minds elsewhere.
  96. A split second later, Jerry Lee laughed and stood to hitch up his git-along and light another cheroot.
  97. I bought a pair of rope soled shoes, neat trousers and a white shirt, then attempted to hitch to Madrid.
  98. The bond deal went off without a hitch in August, and the proceeds were used to pay down short-term debt.
  99. My mom works across the street in the medical building as a therapist, so I’ll hitch a ride with her again.
  100. Their escape went off without a hitch All attention was drawn to the decoy van, and the press gave chase to it.
  1. A hitching rail stood nearby.
  2. For instance, when hitching to a.
  3. I’m not hitching up with a new group.
  4. I told them about hitching across North Africa.
  5. The only way she was going anywhere was by hitching a ride.
  6. Their horses, still tied to the hitching post, reared and.
  7. Vinny pulled on his trousers hitching them up a bit and did a.
  8. We are leaving it here and hitching a ride on a super freighter.
  9. Caymus briefl y considered hitching Ghost to the carriage until.
  10. Mary Catherine dismounted and tied the reins to a hitching rail.
  11. She decided that hitching a lift was the only option open to her.
  12. Man, I'm hitching to Seattle, and thought I'd drop in for a rest.
  13. Spain was still hopeless for hitching so we caught busses and trains.
  14. Where is everyone? asked Euther, hitching his horse to a post.
  15. I mean, this is obviously your first time hitching a ride on a boxcar.
  16. Hitching the dragon wagon makes pay backs in shifts and cloud gaining.
  17. Without further fuss, hitching her sari and tucking it, she obliged him.
  18. They just wanted to save time hitching the boat later on their departure.
  19. She didn’t cry, but the hitching, awful pain of her breathing was worse.
  20. She probably got tired and hitching a ride with him was the best alternative.
  21. He called over the sound of the motor It’s a bit late to be hitching a ride.
  22. But you said it was like hitching a wagon, that there’s a schedule and so on!.
  23. Tom was hitching a ride home with his older buddies on the team - it was not cool to ride.
  24. His head had shaken back and forth while hitching in one deep, exasperated sigh after the next.
  25. Dublin’s saddlebag with food and canteen inside had been carelessly hung on the hitching rail.
  26. How wet her feet were names she knew so well, hitching posts which would never again know the knot of reins.
  27. She picked me up the morning after I was kidnapped, and again this morning as I was hitching back into town.
  28. Without a word between us, I galloped up, took the reins of Fred’s horse, hitching them around my saddle’s pommel.
  29. He followed the refrain all the way through the fade and into the static of the run-out groove, still hitching and a-twitching.
  30. So, after the trucker you were hitching a ride with kicked you out of the cab, you heard Miss Lewis call for help? says the Sheriff.
  31. I looked out the open dungeon doors and there, as bold as daylight was Rolf strolling over to three horses, which were saddled and tied to a hitching post.
  32. As I made my way down the main road and out of Marbella, I tried my luck at hitching by the roadside, stopping every so often to face the cars coming towards me.
  33. As he slowly dismounted and tossed the bridle reins over the hitching post, Scarlett’s breath came back to her as suddenly and painfully as after a blow in the stomach.
  34. In response to her gesture, he stepped into the boat, and she set off, hitching up her skirt to just above her knees and rowing with easy, yet remarkably efficient strokes.
  35. As expected, truth was hardly a consideration in hitching up with someone, but tact and restraint were never a consideration for Charlotte, who generally spoke what was on her mind.
  36. Conan glanced at the sun, just beginning to dip behind the flat-topped houses on the western side of the bazar, and hitching once more at his belt, moved off in the direction of Aram Baksh's tavern.
  37. She put the tray on the bed, then hitching up the fringe of a scarlet embroidered nightdress that only just covered her hips, climbed on to the bed and sat cross legged with the tray between her knees.
  38. As he approached the postern gate, Dunk came upon the company of dwarfs from last night’s feast preparing to take their leave They were hitching ponies to their wheeled wooden pig, and a second wayn of more conventional design.
  39. There was a hitching post and a hitching rail on each side of the two stairs at the front porch though no horses had been hitched there within the last sixty years; the water troughs had long ago deteriorated and been removed for firewood.
  40. He had seated himself in a chair by the District Attorney's desk and as he talked was hitching it closer and closer, for men of Kahn's stamp seem unable to talk without getting into almost personal contact with those with whom they are talking.
  41. After a hundred yards, I encountered the King’s version of the gatehouse which looked exactly the same only here, there were more guards, horses tied to hitching rails and men moving about checking a long line of wagons, peddlers and merchants.
  42. Dragging himself ashore on the Japanese-occupied Bataan Peninsula, he had begun a run for China, hiking through jungles and over mountains, navigating the coast in boats donated by sympathetic Filipinos, hitching rides on burros, and surviving in part by eating ants.
  43. Rather than risk meeting the police, I didn't stay long in Benghazi, hitching to Derna with three men who drove hundreds of kilometres out of their way to show me ‘Green Mountain’, so called because fifty years previously it had become green when it rained for the first time in centuries.
  44. Then, as if brought into being by the waltz music, sounds floated in from the shadowy moonlit street below, the trample of horses’ hooves and the sound of carriage wheels, laughter on the warm sweet air and the soft acrimony of negro voices raised in argument over hitching places for the horses.
  45. He never stirred from Avdotia’s side so long as she was in the room, but either kept on plying her with sugary-sweet compliments which made me feel ashamed for him or, with his gaze fixed upon her with an air at once passionate and complacent, sat hitching his shoulder and coughing as from time to time he smiled and whispered something in her ear.
  46. There seemed to be just as air of rush and bustle about the resurrecting town which had made her blood sing when many vehicles wallowing in the mud holes as there had been then, except that there were no Confederate ambulances, and just as many horses and mules tethered to jammed, the faces she saw were as unfamiliar as the signs overhead, new people, hitching racks in front of the wooden awnings of the stores.
  47. She remembers the words filling up her mouth like gumballs she couldn’t bite down on fast enough: You take a good person, stir in childhood, then puberty … Okay, she gets it now, this is the classic play for sympathy, you could say the same about ax murderers, but as late as that first winter after hitching to New York, when she’d met Sol and they were living out of the back of the van, she literally wouldn’t hurt a fly.
  1. We hitched up the boat.
  2. His horse was hitched to.
  3. Her chest hitched with sobs.
  4. My throat hitched for a moment.
  5. She hitched the backpack again.
  6. Her breath hitched in her throat.
  7. Are they all hitched up yet?
  8. She hitched her purse over her shoulder.
  9. Her breath hitched as she took all of him.
  10. Komroff hitched his chair closer to the couch.
  11. I heard you and Darren got hitched in the end.
  12. Me and Hilda, we’ve been hitched for years.
  13. Same as you, she said, I hitched a lift.
  14. When the numbers settled, Tony hitched a seven.
  15. Her shoulders shook with them; her chest hitched.
  16. Whitey behind the wheel, as Bones hitched shotgun.
  17. Miss Alice and I are getting hitched up he said.
  18. With the other he clawed and hitched himself along.
  19. I just hope— Her voice hitched, but she went on.
  20. But yous two er a gettin hitched! Sue and I were.
  21. Gwenda took the money and Wulfric hitched up the horse.
  22. My breath hitched as I realized the depth of my trouble.
  23. He hitched it up and drove with the flour to the house.
  24. She stopped and hitched the knapsack farther up her back.
  25. If she snapped—he hitched his sword and dagger forward.
  26. Colin hitched his backpack a little higher on his shoulder.
  27. Conan hitched at his girdle and followed the chief outside.
  28. He hitched up and the train was finally in its new longer.
  29. I took an earlier bus, and hitched the rest of the way in.
  30. The next morning he hitched a ride to Paris, where he caught.
  31. Kallias hitched, she hurriedly made her way to the city gates.
  32. Larc was standing beside a buggy hitched up to a single horse.
  33. This time the unicorn was hitched to a beautiful painted wagon.
  34. Eric’s stride hitched as his eyes came to those of his wife.
  35. Gary rounded up a swaybacked horse and hitched it to his wagon.
  36. He hitched up his pants and swaggered over to the table, to a.
  37. I hitched to the police station, thinking that way Murphy would.
  38. Stone hitched around conversationally in the patched leather seat.
  39. The next morning after a lot of arguing and bribing, we hitched a.
  40. A wagon was located at Ronan’s stable and hitched to Crispin’s.
  41. I hitched up my belt and leant across the counter to kiss her cheek.
  42. Iván hitched his mare, and went with the girl to haul away the ricks.
  43. Sar’ran headed back towards a hitched horse that must have been his.
  44. The next morning Vlad and I hitched a ride to Tel Aviv on a chartered.
  45. The pilot deftly caught it, and hitched the end to the bow of his boat.
  46. It was hitched together with gold and steel pipes all through the land.
  47. Nearer the meeting time, she hitched a ride to the diner for breakfast.
  48. The two men hitched their chairs up to the table, and without ceremony.
  49. He hitched his old smooth-bore rifle higher under his arm and continued.
  50. Then he was rubbing those circles around my nipple and my breath hitched.
  51. One of his hands moved to my neck and the other hitched my leg on his hip.
  52. She never really hitched on to me--you were always there in the background.
  53. Oh, nothing… His fingers trailed over my body and my breath hitched.
  54. He stroked, tasted, and explored until her breath hitched and her legs trembled.
  55. I hitched a ride on an outer compartment of the vessel that brought you here.
  56. He hitched a ride from a patron at the bar to a hotel some ten miles out of town.
  57. The ox is a beast of burden and is hitched to a yoke in order to plough the field.
  58. He hitched up the team of dogs to a training sled on wheels and gave her the reins.
  59. Early that morning Zarko hitched the buggy and drove off to fetch Crissy and Mitzka.
  60. In thirty minutes, Andrew had Duke hitched to the wagon with the oiled canvas cover.
  61. After they placed their flies, they sat down shoulder to shoulder and hitched at the.
  62. As soon as she heard his feet crunching on the grass, her breath hitched in mild panic.
  63. I hitched gusts of air, tears gushing down my cheeks, stinging the raw flesh of my lips.
  64. When they were finished, their cavalry horses were each hitched to a small 'walking plow'.
  65. One old colored man was attaching a feedbag to a fine brown horse hitched to a flat truck.
  66. A horse that had been hitched to the fence about the greens pulled loose and galloped off.
  67. He opened the lid of the chest, hitched up his robes around his waist, and stuck his bony.
  68. I hitched a ride to a concert downtown one night and Ronnie was in the back seat of the car.
  69. A few saddle horses and mule teams were hitched outside the wooden awning of Bullard’s store.
  70. He bummed a ride to San Francisco on a navy plane, hitched his way to Letterman, and walked in.
  71. Tyler had left her truck at the hardware store, so she hitched a ride with Norah to the pizzeria.
  72. Steven then quickly hitched up the boat and they exited the immediate area, without another pause.
  73. He hitched up his trousers, tightened the buckle clasp with a jerk, walked past Mother to the door.
  74. But he hitched his horse, threw a little straw into the hamper, and was getting ready to drive away.
  75. This person should have then asked if I was hitched but instead inquired when my spouse would be there.
  76. Perhaps even more chilling was the absence of the other horse that had been hitched outside of the fort.
  77. They had white domestic awnings in front, and the country people hitched their horses to the awning-posts.
  78. She expected him to look away when she hitched up the skirt of her dress and squatted, but he only stared.
  79. When the double team was hitched to the wagon he mounted to the drivers box and lightly snapped the reins.
  80. Lorrent hitched up her long skirts and sprinted for where she believed the greatest audience size would be.
  81. He hitched his belt, and his hands touched the girdle Khemsa had given him; he scowled, then smiled bleakly.
  82. One side of his mouth hitched up in a half-smile, as he eyed me up across the small space that separated us.
  83. He sat down upon the end of the pine bench and the girl hitched herself away from him with a toss of her head.
  84. He knew exactly what was coming – the whole hurt-face thing was the tip-off – and he hitched up his backpack.
  85. Nick hitched his clothes together clumsily; ran his fingers through his hair; sat down, to an ordeal, nervously.
  86. Chloe’s skirt was hitched up by her backpack so that the entire car line could see her Minnie Mouse underpants.
  87. How good to see you! She moved towards him and her hip seemed to be stiff as her gait was short and hitched.
  88. Horsefield and her friend Miss Dudding appeared at the doorway with their skirts hitched up, and hair looping down.
  89. Aspen’s hands massaged his back as Sebastian arched into her, watching as her eyes glazed and her breath hitched.
  90. But even before that, she sought out one of the deceased bandits’ horses hitched just outside the fort’s walls.
  91. Together we hitched a ride to Old Station—another tiny village that was more a gathering of buildings than a town.
  92. Do you know what your name means princess? he asked, his lips trailing over my earlobe and my breath hitched.
  93. Richard Spalding hitched a ride on a freight train leaving The Soo the night his mother kicked him out of the house.
  94. With this she turned and walked haughtily back to the desk, bent over it and hitched her skirt up over her buttocks.
  95. Shortly after the two were hitched, Bob’s friend was told in no uncertain terms that there’d be no more camping.
  96. After making a watercolour, I hitched to a gorge that boasted caves with stalactites that were not as grand as Waitomo.
  97. Dumped in the mud under a downpour, Louie stood up, hitched up his pants, got broadsided by another gust, and fell over.
  98. The gentlemen sat in the benches, having hitched their trousers slightly above their knees and laid their hats in security.
  99. A lot of the men were shorter in stature than us and wore long shirts to their knees that were hitched up under wide belts.
  100. The poor boy was sobbing and reaching out for his mother, but Kyle just hitched him up a little higher and held on even tighter.
  1. My breath hitches.
  2. A laugh hitches in his throat.
  3. He slowly hitches my right leg.
  4. His breath hitches, and he grins at me.
  5. My heart is racing and my breathing hitches.
  6. Did he? My voice hitches up several octaves.
  7. Briefly he closes his eyes, and his breathing hitches.
  8. Secure the string to the bow with a round turn and two half hitches at each end.
  9. My breathing hitches and I press my thighs together in a bid to halt his progress.
  10. And then he hitches his pants up to his stomach!! He laughs like a hyena at his own.
  11. Aaron gets off near Salinas and then hitches over to Interstate 5, a straight shot all the way to Seattle.
  12. If you are capable to handle the transaction without hitches and flaws, then we have confidence in the deal.
  13. A ladder can be made by simply tying as many manharness hitches in a rope as you need for hand and foot holds.
  14. She had always seen the odd pauses and dark lines in the colours of his words and assumed they were accidental hitches.
  15. I had to repair everything from back hoes, skip loaders, down to lawn mowers and anything else including fabricating and installing hitches on trucks.
  16. What happens when there's one of those unforeseen hitches and the court-appointed and supervised doctor can only save one life— either the woman's or a baby she was forced to have?
  17. This had all been thought out and arranged very carefully years ago by Wemyss, and ought to have worked without a hitch; but sometimes there were hitches, and Lizzie's arm was a minute late thrusting in a dish.
  18. More stone and less red brick was the main difference between West Country schools and those of the Midlands, and the season passed without hitches until our entry in the West Country Shakespearian Festival had us denounced from several county pulpits and threatened with closure by the police.
  19. Who’s responsible for the child’s life, the enforced mom? The “father”—if he’s around? The court? What happens when there’s one of those unforeseen hitches and the court-appointed and supervised doctor can only save one life—either the woman’s or a baby she was forced to have? Is she to be “killed” by law to “save” a child that wouldn’t have been born if she hadn’t been forced to have it? Guess!.

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