irradiate sätze

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Irradiate sätze (in englisch)

  1. For, d'ye see, rainbows do not visit the clear air; they only irradiate vapour.
  2. There is nothing to be done about it except to irradiate him regularly at the Kasr El Aini to reduce the pain.
  3. Once we cease fearing the wealthy as powerful and start caring for them as sufferers of deep mental, spiritual, and social illness, then our ceasing to want to be them will contain the contagion's spread and slowly irradiate the wealthy's tumorous spiritual malformity.
  4. But he had deliberately incurred the hindrance, having made up his mind that it was now time for him to adorn his life with the graces of female companionship, to irradiate the gloom which fatigue was apt to hang over the intervals of studious labor with the play of female fancy, and to secure in this, his culminating age, the solace of female tendance for his declining years.
  1. When they rested after a hot climb, deep in some high meadow not yet reached by the ascending haymakers, and through the stalks of its bee-haunted flowers, its delicate bending scabious and frail ragged-robins, could see little bits of lake far below and the white villages on the mountains opposite, and the whole world was only asking to be made a frame of for love, where, he inquired of himself, in the picture that was in her mind and irradiating her eyes, was he? He had not imagined, so far behind him were his own discoveries of the new, that any one could be so greedily absorbed.
  1. But the big solar power irradiated not only the hu-.
  2. It irradiated red rays of pleasant warmth, after a few hours of frigid wind.
  3. The CIA agents recognized Max as the irradiated, suspected terrorist in Guadeloupe.
  4. Max had been irradiated with a massive dose of energy and just like an x-ray, he had not felt it.
  5. In other words, my remaining control unit is in a gamma-ray shadow, the only piece of space for miles around that isn’t fatally irradiated.
  6. Oat, once they have been separated from the outer hull, are also difficult to sprout, as are any seeds that have been irradiated and are used as spices.
  7. From there, they will immediately start producing plutonium from irradiated natural uranium, since Nancy’s data on nuclear weapons made most preliminary research work unnecessary.
  8. Gnats, knowing nothing of their brief glorification, wandered across the shimmer of this pathway, irradiated as if they bore fire within them, then passed out of its line, and were quite extinct.
  9. Her affection for him was now the breath and life of Tess's being; it enveloped her as a photosphere, irradiated her into forgetfulness of her past sorrows, keeping back the gloomy spectres that would persist.
  1. Even a glance of such a sage irradiates one’s life-breath.
  2. But still, the great inner peace irradiates from him and comforts everyone who listens.
  3. It is cast tenderly over Toinette’s body, which it irradiates strangely as the curtain falls slowly.
  4. And the stench! Every particle irradiates a piece of itself (Eaux du Partical) and every particle’s essence travels at roughly 3.
  5. American abolitionists grouped about the boat at Harper's Ferry, and in the ear of the patriots of Ancona assembled in the shadow, to the Archi before the Gozzi inn on the seashore; it creates Canaris; it creates Quiroga; it creates Pisacane; it irradiates the great on earth; it was while proceeding whither its breath urge them, that Byron perished at Missolonghi, and that Mazet died at Barcelona; it is the tribune under the feet of Mirabeau, and a crater under the feet of Robespierre; its books, its theatre, its art, its science, its literature, its philosophy, are the manuals of the human race; it has Pascal, Regnier, Corneille, Descartes, Jean-Jacques: Voltaire for all moments, Moliere for all centuries; it makes its language to be talked by the universal mouth, and that language becomes the word; it constructs in all minds the idea of progress, the liberating dogmas which it forges are for the generations trusty friends, and it is with the soul of its thinkers and its poets that all heroes of all nations have been made since 1789; this does not prevent vagabondism, and that enormous genius which is called Paris, while transfiguring the world by its light, sketches in charcoal Bouginier's nose on the wall of the temple of Theseus and writes Credeville the thief on the Pyramids.

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