piece sätze

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On a piece of paper.
It was a piece of.
What a piece of shit.
It is a piece of art.
What a piece of work.
What a piece of cheek.
I’m a piece of shit.

He offered me a piece.
But for this piece of.
She had said her piece.
I wrote it on a piece.
But only a piece of it.
It was a piece of rope.
Once he found a piece.
Wow, a piece of paper.
He picks up a piece of.
The key piece in the.
Here's a piece of paper.
It is in that piece of.
We all had a piece of it.
It all started to piece.
A piece of Al Faradrian.
As in: WE COME FOR PIECE.
The piece of shit is.
We crossed a piece of it.
There is a piece of time.
When you buy a new piece.
I tucked a piece of hair.
You worthless piece of sh.
And in the piece of earth.
I held my piece and waited.
Marisha had said her piece.
Bill tore off his ear piece.
They was a large piece of.
That was the missing piece.
GOD DID NOT USE A PIECE OF.
What a piece of trash I am.
OUR PIECE OF THE UNIVERSE!.
You were the missing piece.
It is a tidy, useful piece.
I was piecing it all together.
We were piecing together his appearance.
Okay… said Calvin, piecing it together.
Have a dry run at piecing together the slide.
But my mind was still piecing things together slowly.
Some of the group were puzzling it out, piecing it all together.
AS CLAIRE SAID, we were piecing our killer together, step by step.
There were some pieces of this murder case that were still piecing together.
I was not paying much attention to the discourse as I was busy piecing together the experiences I had with the saint.
He was first shattered that he had lost the ability to paint and later he slowly started piecing together the jigsaw puzzle.
He sat down in the sand, crossed his legs, and started piecing the rifle together with his one hand, using his lap and legs for leverage.
I was fixated on his piecing stare; even the sky behind him paled in comparison to the glory of his gaze, and the heat from his hand felt like a thousand suns.
Piecing together the clues (there was also a police station close by, and a school - I heard girls singing - and a church, from the sound of the bells) it appeared that the place was the.
Outside of his office, colleagues were busy piecing the story together from hotel witness statements and conference attendees while some were watching the news looking for leads the press had gotten to first.
It would be a graceful, easy way of piecing on the new habits to the old, to have a few playful words with Rosamond about his resistance to dissipation, and his firm resolve to take long fasts even from sweet sounds.
Or so Calvin gathered; the picture wasn't very clear since he was piecing all of this together from several—somewhat inconsistent—sources, and someone had gone through and done a whitewash of Gates' files, albeit a sloppy one.
The combination of drugs had taken its toll on Caroline and there she was, caught in his knowing gaze, mentally piecing together the entire picture: an image of Mike as a second-class errand-boy for this ‘wop’ he and his friend both spoke of.
All I know of it; and indeed I only know so much, through piecing it out for myself; for my father always avoids it, and, even when Miss Havisham invited me to go there, told me no more of it than it was absolutely requisite I should understand.
By piecing together this circumstantial evidence and combining it with a few scraps of intelligence that we gleaned during our interrogations, we also decided that we were currently the guests of Cruce Signati, who held sway along the Thames Valley corridor and down in the deep heart of the South West.
Though he had long been apprehensive about cemeteries due to his grandmother’s various tales that had frightened him as a child, there was an urge in him at different times in his life to merely visit these places and study the numerous markers, perhaps piecing together the life of an individual or a family or determining their place in the social hierarchy that had existed during their time.
Perhaps it would be beneficial to just sit in the room now that the body was gone and the door had been repaired by maintenance, who had changed the lock and provided him with the only key, and with a clear mind consider the possibilities of how a clever murderer had managed such a deceptive illusion that a phantom was responsible for Underwood’s death and how the suspects’ motives compared; on many occasions, revisiting the scene of the crime had proven greatly advantageous in piecing together the circumstances under which the offense had been committed as well as the physical capabilities that one would need to possess to successfully execute the plan.
He pieced the puzzle of his concern.
Pieced the gloom, inspiring concentration.
But you must have pieced something together.
We could have pieced this whole thing together.
We slowly pieced together our list of names to check.
You already remember the ones you've pieced out before.
We looked at each other for a second as we pieced it together.
Have you created any SEO tools either from scratch or pieced.
Gathering snippets, Jesse quickly pieced together an impression.
I can’t believe you haven’t pieced together the potential.
Finally, after much research, Calvin pieced together something huge.
He wondered how much of the puzzle Cross had already pieced together.
You know, You really should have pieced some of this together by now.
I have just pieced together information to try and figure out the story.
There were missing files, but some information could be pieced together.
The primaries have pieced blocks for outsides for two quilts, over-hand work.
It was amazing how quickly Kennedy pieced the facts together into an explanation.
Kelvan have found a means of using technology they have pieced together in this.
The rest I pieced together from her friends and stories that floated around town.
He doesn’t have it all pieced together yet, but it appears it was in the engine.
Jane spread the document out on the table and pieced it back together as best she could.
In his head he pieced together the letters of a name over and over again, trying to fit.
When he could sip a cup of strong, sweet tea, they pieced together what must have happened.
Because the World View, which you painstakingly pieced together in your very early years, is.
We bent over the pieced paper together and saw that the message was from a downtown garrison.
His early letters filled in missing details of the story I’d already pieced together from reading his old Theory notebook.
Finally, he pieced together the facts and understood that the attacks post drinking were causing him to change as a person.
Her super quick mind pieced together the visual clues and when they all fitted, she said OK, I have it, just follow me in.
Only recently have modern historians pieced together the missing years of Rome’s history before Julius Caesar became famous.
He was seized with a chill, as another piece of the most thrilling puzzle he had ever pieced together fell perfectly into place.
The inner walls were andanite granite in blocks the size of oxen and cunningly pieced together with amazingly cut intricate joints.
But the basic story can be pieced together from the tiny bits of discovered evidence which have survived, and our existing instinctive behavior.
Little by little, listening to her sleep, he pieced together the navigation chart of her dreams and sailed among the countless islands of her secret life.
A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square was playing and I gradually pieced together that he was describing the way Judy Campbell had once performed the song.
But when he pieced together the elaborate betrayal of her former husband and saw the striking similarity of the situation with the boyfriend, he’d made the sketch.
He pieced together the list of defecting military units by intimidating a frail young Melioran idealist who had lost his nerve on the eve of the coup and stayed in Austin.
This I had strongly suspected from Provis's account (as Herbert had repeated it) of his having kept himself dark; which I pieced on to the fact that he himself was not Mr.
Using images collected after the conclusion of the battle and in security camera recordings, they pieced together what they could determine about how the battle had started.
Those people had all died differently but the reason for their deaths were all the same – They were pieced by their own red flag in the chest and lost their lives instantly.
In his head he pieced together the letters of a name over and over again, trying to fit them together in any one of a thousand combinations, only one of which would form the shape of a man.
My heart was in pieces.
She had had two pieces.
They tore it into pieces.
Two pieces of the puzzle.
My heart tore into pieces.
How to gather the pieces.
Pieces of it fell on the.
With those two pieces of.
Old pieces of trucks and.
None of the pieces matched.
Cut cold into small pieces.
Crack into pieces to serve.
All the pieces are in place.
She’ll rip him to pieces.
No wheels among the pieces.
The bow broke in two pieces.
Who fixed the broken pieces.
I looked at the pieces of.
Not bits and pieces of him.
He must be dashed to pieces.
I told him pieces of my life.
Not steal pieces of my mind.
All the pieces were in place.
Cut into 4 pieces and serve.
Cut thicker pieces of putty.
Are all the pieces in place?
He took one of Dawes's pieces.
Count out four pieces of.
Cut chicken into curry pieces.
The bottle smashed to pieces.
There were three pieces left.
One girl was found in pieces.
Boss set his pieces in motion.
But he caught bits and pieces.
Into millions of little pieces.
That could make the pieces fit.
Pieces of him in pieces of me.
She wants to rip me to pieces.
They tear each other to pieces.
They're blasting us to pieces.

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