repelling sätze

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Repelling sätze (in englisch)

  1. Survival involved repelling her enemies.
  2. Repelling gravity would cause the universe to.
  3. They are either repelling or attracting – stillness does not exist.
  4. Gould said in a tone as if she were repelling an undeserved aspersion.
  5. Gowr climbed the repelling rope first, followed by Tammas, and then N'elent.

  6. Still, for complete relief, he felt the necessity of repelling it loudly and contemptuously.
  7. She hastily grabbed his neck about to snap it when someone appeared holding a crucifix, repelling her.
  8. It was as if there were a thick wall of electric current between us, simultaneously attracting and repelling.
  9. The Genie’s friends took turns to attack but Zoroastro was repelling all the attempts with his support staff.
  10. I wasn’t quite sure of the science behind it, but the sewage waste was better at repelling flame than water alone.
  11. It was too remote from the population of the country for the militia to act, in repelling and chastising Spanish incursion.
  12. Besides, the unkind, cold, repelling gaze of the once charming, open-hearted and noble Selenin constantly recurred to his mind.
  13. Jillian held the crucifix up high repelling them, stating, I serve a higher power greater than the dark power of this world.
  14. In this way, the shield permitted the entry and departure of only Beings of Love, repelling any entry attempt by other spirits.
  15. Coming to an overlook he saw where a group of thirty or more of the enemy were repelling down from a crack in the ceiling above.

  16. The crowd searches for scapegoats, and those it finds become inverted pied pipers, repelling listeners with the dissonant music of their pipes.
  17. She had expected to spend the whole weekend on the defensive, in repelling boarders, so to speak, but so far things had worked out very differently.
  18. The sun is without any doubt the coldest place in the solar system and therefore it is repelling all space towards the sun just as Kepler showed in his tables.
  19. He quickly gave his orders to the division to withdraw and they drew back with their terrible heavy- armaments to a garrison for repelling the attacks of rebels.
  20. As the liquid column ascended, the Dangler reeled himself up to the fountainhead, repelling off the pressurized tower of water with light-footed, vertical hurdles.
  21. With his shining line hooked over the ramparts of Sorid’s tower, the fisherman was repelling down the crooked wall, but was still far from the Circle of the Sun.
  22. Some involved repelling attacks by non- Alliance extraterrestrials and some were due to the actions of the conspirators who desired to overthrow the Alliance’s leaders.
  23. As we came to Rapid City, the clouds were so dark and ominous that I started wondering whether our 16-year-old, heavily used tent would still do a good job of repelling water.
  24. For example, you can say that the commander succeeded in repelling the enemy, the workers succeeded in removing the rock, or the farmer succeeded in his farming, and such like.
  25. The chips have a multitude of uses; improving and expanding the repelling shield even further, and as extra memory and functional microchips which he inserts deeply into his skull.

  26. Grailem's repelling field activates itself automatically when a large brute of a man runs forward and picks up a huge rock, weighing over a hundred kilogram‘s, and throws it at him.
  27. Six days a week, he would change himself into a dragon, and prowl around the perimeter of the Castle grounds, repelling marauders, devouring bandits, and giving passing tradesmen a nasty shock.
  28. Whenever our Master Zacharias (cpth) entered her Mihrab where she be alone obeying God and repelling the devil, he found a provision at her: that is, a science, a knowledge and a revelation about God's Perfection.
  29. And try letting yourself be carried away by your feelings, blindly, without reflection, without a primary cause, repelling consciousness at least for a time; hate or love, if only not to sit with your hands folded.
  30. She had begun her confession under the subduing influence of Dorothea's emotion; and as she went on she had gathered the sense that she was repelling Will's reproaches, which were still like a knife-wound within her.
  31. With mournful pleasure she now lingered over these images, repelling with horror only the last one, the picture of his death, which she felt she could not contemplate even in imagination at this still and mystic hour of night.
  32. All mankind in our age have split up into units, they all keep apart, each in his own groove; each one holds aloof, hides himself and hides what he has, from the rest, and he ends by being repelled by others and repelling them.
  33. He walked to and fro all the length of the room, stopping sometimes to gnaw the finger-tips of his right hand with a lurid sideways glare fixed on the floor; then, with a sullen, repelling glance all round, he would resume his tramping in savage aloofness.
  34. They were as far apart in the king-size bed as it was possible to be, his straight, firm back repelling hers like a magnet and she felt sure that, if she edged closer, an invisible barrier would brush against her skin, so ingrained were the day’s events.
  35. When Roger contemplates those views and landscapes of such natural splendor, as in the case of Alaska for example, he sees a fascinating immensity, but nevertheless empty, resplendent but deserted, attractive to the eye, but repelling to the desire of living.
  36. Toral, however, staunchly declined to capitulate, but did all in his power to prolong the truce until reinforcements, marching from Manzanillo, should arrive to aid him in repelling the assault he hourly expected, but which Shafter was powerless to carry out.
  37. First, we have solid proofs that the Russians are knowingly selling to ISIS about one billion dollars worth of the latest Russian military portable equipment, including shoulder-launched SAMs, enough to allow ISIS to go back on the offensive while repelling our air attacks.
  38. But, somehow, I think that that vampire is still around, because she still has a strong hold on Cristian, She gripped the crucifix in her hand, remembering how Sage snapped her necklace from her neck on the stairwell of the hotel when she held the cross to her face, repelling her.
  39. Monroe, in his letter of the 8th of July, after repelling the insinuations made by the British Government as to the motives by which the President was actuated in taking possession of the country, declares that by this event the United States have acquired no new title to West Florida.
  40. Every derangement of the natural distribution of stock is necessarily hurtful to the society in which it takes place; whether it be by repelling from a particular trade the stock which would otherwise go to it, or by attracting towards a particular trade that which would not otherwise come to it.
  41. I had decided to live simply and intelligently, without manifesting the least desire to approach my companions; but also without repelling them, if they themselves desired to approach me; in no way to fear their threats or their hatred; and to pretend as much as possible not to be affected by them.
  42. Yes, sir; for a time so completely had the Republicans been imbued with the principles which they professed whilst in a minority, that, after becoming the majority, the Federalists pressed on their old adversaries power and patronage, to which they absolutely opposed themselves, repelling, for a season, every project of the kind.
  43. The pettishness that might be caressed into fondness, had yielded to a listless apathy; there was less of the peevish temper of a child which frets and teases on purpose to be soothed, and more of the self-absorbed moroseness of a confirmed invalid, repelling consolation, and ready to regard the good-humoured mirth of others as an insult.
  44. At the precise time when Madame Danglars, dressed in black and concealed in a long veil, was ascending the stairs leading to Debray's apartments,—notwithstanding the assurances of the concierge that the young man was not at home,—Debray was occupied in repelling the insinuations of a friend, who tried to persuade him that after the terrible scene which had just taken place he ought, as a friend of the family, to marry Mademoiselle Danglars and her two millions.
  45. But the hope which always springs up with love was not weakened in Lothario by this repelling demeanour; on the contrary his passion for Camilla increased, and she discovering in him what she had never expected, knew not what to do; and considering it neither safe nor right to give him the chance or opportunity of speaking to her again, she resolved to send, as she did that very night, one of her servants with a letter to Anselmo, in which she addressed the following words to him.
  46. If we keep these possibilities in mind, we could reach a point of equilibrium where water could be suspended above the Earth’s atmosphere: If a spherical layer of water’s distance from the Earth was such, that the force exerted on it through the Earth’s gravity equalled the repelling force of a strong enough magnetic field that repelled the water with as much force, we would have a favourable result and water would be able to exist in a suspended condition above the atmosphere.
  47. Suppose while your commanding officer is making this report, the Spanish force sallies out and makes an attack upon your army, or suppose a Spanish army, with Governor Folch at their head, should march from East Florida with the view of repelling the invasion of this territory; what are Governor Claiborne and his army to do? Ground their arms and surrender themselves prisoners of war; or are they, sir, to drop their muskets and take to their heels? These are the only alternatives presented—they must either surrender, run, or fight.
  48. But though, to landsmen in general, the native inhabitants of the seas have ever been regarded with emotions unspeakably unsocial and repelling; though we know the sea to be an everlasting terra incognita, so that Columbus sailed over numberless unknown worlds to discover his one superficial western one; though, by vast odds, the most terrific of all mortal disasters have immemorially and indiscriminately befallen tens and hundreds of thousands of those who have gone upon the waters; though but a moment's consideration will teach, that however baby man may brag of his science and skill, and however much, in a flattering future, that science and skill may augment; yet for ever and for ever, to the crack of doom, the sea will insult and murder him, and pulverize the stateliest, stiffest frigate he can make; nevertheless, by the continual repetition of these very impressions, man has lost that sense of the full awfulness of the sea which aboriginally belongs to it.
  1. You are repelled by this.
  2. Consider they may be repelled.
  3. He stumbled back, repelled by it.
  4. The idea of independence was repelled.
  5. Dimmesdale gently repelled their entreaties.
  6. They have withstood or avoided or repelled.
  7. They repelled him, as if to say not to do it.
  8. It wasn’t your appearance that repelled her.
  9. Esteban had repelled an earlier invasion in 1475.
  10. Many people are repelled by the thought of networking.
  11. The ruthless power that had repelled her, drew her now.
  12. The initial attacks on the Melioran convoy were repelled.
  13. He stopped by the gate that had repelled her the other night.
  14. In the same way, he is also not repelled by what others find.
  15. A low roll of thunder shook the room as the spell was repelled.
  16. The minister tremulously, but decidedly, repelled the old man's arm.
  17. This is also why you need repelled by it? Or are they indifferent?
  18. As she turned her head, a large rusting cross immediately repelled her.
  19. And the treacherous Jews of the Bani Qaynuqa had been repelled as well.
  20. Every time she went near the edge of the circle, the energy repelled her.
  21. Saouy was quite a different character, and repelled everyone with whom he.
  22. He stumbled by accident on a website which fascinated and repelled him in.
  23. They repelled him and defied him: there was no passion in them, no rapture.
  24. Strange to say, he attracted me and at the same time repelled me intensely.
  25. Matthew was repelled by it and he felt a great deal of sympathy for his much-.
  26. Repelled from the memory recall by the magnificent Being, he jolted back to the.
  27. The Russians repelled the German attacks and advanced towards the Polish borders.
  28. It had repelled most of the rain, even the small waterfall at the mouth of the cave.
  29. Had there been only two, they couldn’t have pumped, patched, and repelled the sharks.
  30. Blanche Ingram, after having repelled, by supercilious taciturnity, some efforts of Mrs.
  31. The true nobility laughed at him, the talented repelled no favorite with his colleagues.
  32. His self-assurance was so great that it either repelled people or made them submit to him.
  33. They deprived the She-Camel of her baby and repelled against the commandment of their Lord.
  34. He started to lean towards me and jerked himself back as his magic repelled the Dracule’s.
  35. Repelled, they regrouped among shade, which afforded their jet outlines an excellent camouflage.
  36. Blow after blow Joachim rained on her but she repelled him and came back with attacks of her own.
  37. And in order to prevent his being betrayed he has repelled, so far as he can, even his victim, me!.
  38. But his resolute expression repelled one just because one felt that its resoluteness cost him little.
  39. He repelled, in a style comporting with the dignity of his station, the charges of the Duc de Cadore.
  40. And those same things that would have repelled most others, they were the very magnets that thus drew me.
  41. Isabella terrified and repelled, afraid to enter the room, it would be so dreadful to watch Catherine go.
  42. We also know that water exhibits diamagnetic properties - water is repelled when exposed to a magnetic field.
  43. Perfect symmetry in awareness simply means that the individual is neither attracted nor repelled by opposites.
  44. Only now did he feel a sense of security; anything the Elusivers tried to throw at him was sure to be repelled.
  45. I asked her what was the one thing that repelled her most about being at the Station, and she said it is Mother.
  46. He simply seemed to be slightly displeased with her for that first midnight conversation, which she had repelled.
  47. He tried to embrace me and kiss me on several occasions and when I repelled him he told me not to act the faithful wife.
  48. Together they successfully raided many caravans from Becca, they had repelled the army of Becca when they attacked at Badr.
  49. I was beginning to feel repelled at the idea of close physical contact with anyone who wasn’t slim, clean, young and sexy.
  50. It repelled some of the attacking humanoids but many more braved the scorching heat of the enchantment to leap into the melee.
  51. When there is perfect symmetry in awareness — being neither attracted to an attribute nor repelled by its contrary attribute (i.
  52. The captain tried to stare down Lezura, but Lezura’s intense eyes repelled any energy of superiority the captain thought he had.
  53. The others repelled the idea even more emphatically, although still with the utmost hilarity, and at last they went on their way.
  54. The bogey elevated the support staff and shaking it repelled him to the airs, falling down this time close to where my sisters were.
  55. Raoul tried to overcome the girl's resistance by force, but she repelled him with a strength which he would not have suspected in her.
  56. Stumbling forward, repelled and fascinated at the same time, Grindel tentatively reached out a trembling paw towards the severed head.
  57. He remembered such sensations from a time long gone; he was drawn, yet repelled by this woman, and he felt her power to embarrass him.
  58. My knowing sought to see it all: two other thresholds, not of gold, but glowing red that led instead to feeling drawn and then repelled.
  59. He did not love his grandfather much, as the latter's gayety and cynicism repelled him, and his feelings towards his father were gloomy.
  60. Poloinia and Hungaria were still fighting over Bohemia, although Poloinia also had repelled an invasion by the Ottoman Empire last year.
  61. The negro repelled the hot potato that was Johnny, covered his mouth with his arm and gagged from the stench of the vomit encrusted wretch.
  62. He showed them that feathers and bits of paper were now attracted, and now repelled, by electricity, and explained to them the reason of it.
  63. Notice that the majority of the sites where the Swordsmen were repelled were defended either by the Eretz security forces or by your company.
  64. And it was strange when it struck him, but while he could dispassionately carry out his experiments the thought of intentional murder repelled him.
  65. All of the children finally arrived at the ships with the support of a group of adults who accompanied them and repelled the incoming monster attacks.
  66. But they repelled his supreme logical revelation and thought that he could be joking and cheating them with his new words which they never heard before.
  67. Very touching! It is clear she was but a child; the husband treated her roughly, this repelled her, but as time went on they fell in love with each other.
  68. Samantha hadn’t always gotten along with her friends on the scene; they had a destructive streak, if Issue 3 is accurate, that both repelled and attracted her.
  69. Their real defense was to concentrate on the beauty of Love, thus increasing their vibrations of Love, which naturally repelled any spirit that did not like Love.
  70. Bart looked at the hysterical old man - mauve lips flecked with spittle, veins standing out on stringy neck, watery eyes staring straight ahead - and was repelled.
  71. How dreary to meet death, surrounded by their cold faces! Isabella, terrified and repelled, afraid to enter the room, it would be so dreadful to watch Catherine go.
  72. After drinking a few sips she glanced at him, and by his expression, she saw clearly that he was repelled by her hand, and her gesture, and the sound made by her lips.
  73. We had not fired on the battleship at that point, although we had repelled and destroyed with passive defenses waves of smaller ships that had also attacked the decoy.
  74. A fierce growl repelled the eavesdropper, and then the scout boldly threw open the covering of bark, and left the place, enacting the character of a bear as he proceeded.
  75. In the run-up to the Second World War the Japanese also had another encounter with Russian troops, but the Japanese invasion of Mongolia in 1939 was repelled by the Soviets.
  76. The former is a perfectly symmetric awareness, often called a ‘non-manifestive consciousness,’ which is neither attracted nor repelled by opposites and beyond dualities (i.
  77. But he waited till the tray was gone, the candles were lit, and the evening quiet might be counted on: the interval had left time for repelled tenderness to return into the old course.
  78. At this last thought Mercedes burst into a flood of tears, and wrung her hands in agony; but the thought, which she had always repelled before when it was suggested to her by another, came.
  79. This attack, violent and unexpected as it seems to have been, was repelled by the troops under the command of Governor Harrison, with a gallantry and good conduct worthy of future imitation.
  80. I drew near houses; I left them, and came back again, and again I wandered away: always repelled by the consciousness of having no claim to ask—no right to expect interest in my isolated lot.
  81. Crumley’s face was my brother’s face, back thirty years, fascinated and horrified in one, curious and repelled, the sort of look people have when they see but do not want to see a traffic accident.
  82. Cathy stayed upstairs a fortnight, according to Zillah; who visited her twice a day, and would have been rather more friendly, but her attempts at increasing kindness were proudly and promptly repelled.
  83. The sarcasm that had repelled, the harshness that had startled me once, were only like keen condiments in a choice dish: their presence was pungent, but their absence would be felt as comparatively insipid.
  84. Levin read the second volume of Homiakov’s works, and in spite of the elegant, epigrammatic, argumentative style which at first repelled him, he was impressed by the doctrine of the church he found in them.
  85. It surprised him that he was so unemotional, not that the girl’s death could be expected to greatly upset him considering their distant relationship, but even the sight of the mutilated body had not repelled him.
  86. All mankind in our age have split up into units, they all keep apart, each in his own groove; each one holds aloof, hides himself and hides what he has, from the rest, and he ends by being repelled by others and repelling them.
  87. It seems to me that I have done you full justice in the matter, I remarked with some coldness, for I was repelled by the egotism which I had more than once observed to be a strong factor in my friend’s singular character.
  88. To ward off the evil eye many wore amulets, and never drank from anyone’s house lest the drink be cursed! Evil was something that had to be repelled, or in the case of those wishing to harm others, something that could be summoned.
  89. The restriction is a general one; it has no exceptions; and every attempt to make exceptions ought to be repelled by the answer which was given to those who opposed the right of Congress to admit the Territory of Orleans into the Union as a State.
  90. All the light and graceful foliage of her character had been withered up by this red-hot brand, and had long ago fallen away, leaving a bare and harsh outline, which might have been repulsive, had she possessed friends or companions to be repelled by it.
  91. The printer who printed the letter, swore that he had been anxious to get the letter from me, and that I had refused to suffer it to be printed, and repelled every attempt to persuade me to the printing; that he had obtained the copy of the letter in my absence.
  92. Farebrother was too keen a man not to know the meaning of that reply, and there was a certain massiveness in Lydgate's manner and tone, corresponding with his physique, which if he repelled your advances in the first instance seemed to put persuasive devices out of question.
  93. The sources of such supply are human and they become weary, rebellious, tired, bored, disgusted, repelled, or plainly amused by the narcissist's incessant dependence, his childish craving for attention, his exaggerated or even paranoid fears which lead to obsessive-compulsive behaviours.
  94. I undertook to tranquillize him, and bring him down to terms of cordial confidence and friendship, but he repelled these attempts with trenchant disdain, and, to my great discomfiture, continued to show indications of a passion, silent, indeed, as yet, but momentarily threatening to break forth.
  95. Home is in this manner the centre, if I may say so, round which the capitals of the inhabitants of every country are continually circulating, and towards which they are always tending, though, by particular causes, they may sometimes be driven off and repelled from it towards more distant employments.
  96. It is not altogether incomprehensible that she should have been both attracted and repelled by the prince, when one considers the innate deceitfulness of his nature, and perhaps, after her experience with him, it is not so strange that she should have turned with relief to Vincent, whose sincerity was indomitable, even if it was habitually brutal.
  97. If rudeness of expression had been resorted to on the part of the British Minister, in his correspondence with our Government, had it not been repelled on their part? Had they not amply redressed the insult of the individual? It might well afford some consolation to ourselves and the country, if other wrongs and insults have been even as well repaired as this.
  98. Rochester, to witness their repeated failure—herself unconscious that they did fail; vainly fancying that each shaft launched hit the mark, and infatuatedly pluming herself on success, when her pride and self-complacency repelled further and further what she wished to allure—to witness this, was to be at once under ceaseless excitation and ruthless restraint.
  99. Will it not justify assertions, that this Government has not stability or firmness enough to carry into effect energetic measures, or such as check the current of wealth for any considerable time from flowing into the country? Such assertions, or assertions to that effect, have, I believe, been frequently made; and they have been often repelled by words as slanderous reproaches on the Government.
  100. But he repelled with indignation the suggestion that his brother might have committed a murder for the sake of gain, though he recognized that the three thousand roubles had become almost an obsession with Mitya; that he looked upon them as part of the inheritance he had been cheated of by his father, and that, indifferent as he was to money as a rule, he could not even speak of that three thousand without fury.
  1. He is so unctuous he repels me.
  2. At least stonework repels the wind.
  3. Mint planted around the home repels flies.
  4. Man repels but God attract for turning them beyond.
  5. It repels heat to the outside to cool what is inside.
  6. Will effectively kill many soft body insects and repels many others.
  7. Each fiber in us must be taught not to wince away from that which pains and repels and not to run eagerly towards that which pleases and attracts.
  8. So, when the bus driver wants to accelerate, polarity is adjusted so that the magnetic core of Zorba repels the magnetic field of the bus, so to speak?'.
  9. But what repels them above all, is the Germanism of the hospitals, the idea that during their illness they will be attended to by foreigners, the severity of the diet, the heartlessness of the surgeons and doctors, the dissection and autopsy of the bodies, etc.
  10. The romance shows a degree of a southern fervor which is foreign to English habit, but the flowery, poetic style—although it at first repels the reader—is so individual, so much a part of the author, that it is soon accepted as the naive expression of a mind kindled and carried away by its subject.

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21. Your commandant is a brave man, and well qualified to repel my assault.
22. If you manage to repel them they will do the same again the next night.
23. They treat their oaths as a cover, and so they repel others from God's path.
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25. A large part of our army had been encamped there to repel the Western Kingdom.
26. Only in mobile operations could the German defenders repel the advancing enemy.
27. Its natural elements are atomic in structure, and therefore repel similar poles.
28. The Frances arcabuceros then fired their volley expecting to repel the infantry.
29. The stairs were full of warriors poised to repel an assault if one was attempted.
30. The Germans maintained fifty eight divisions in the West poised to repel an invasion.
31. A crucifix or holy water can only repel me if there is faith behind it, she mused.
32. And such a populace would have the resources, independence, and freedom to repel the State.
33. It was only after Star Corps was created that the Earthmen were able to repel the invaders.
34. When Dona’Cora came at them, they threw everything they had at her, desperate to repel her.
35. Flynn continued to sit against the bulkhead shotgun at the ready to repel boarders if need be.
36. Especially on a ship designed to repel full-on marine invasions involving hundreds of soldiers.
37. The others rushed back from the main body of the ship no longer needed there to repel boarders.
38. Covered in a whirlwind of blue, Emily fought to repel it with every bit of strength she had left.
39. Though it's doubtful we could repel them again, there's no need for them to repeat such an attack.
40. Some made their living selling charms and love potions, wards to repel warts or spots and the like.
41. You have just proved one law of magnetism that states: like poles attract while unlike poles repel.
42. It did not however, repel the insect bites they suffered, but at least acted as a temporary anaesthetic.
43. We Warriors would consider an attack on the farms an attack on our city, and take measures to repel it.
44. He guessed Maria grabbed the first thing she could to repel her attacker and that was a knitting needle.
45. He had no doubt that the affection was there, and had no presentiment that he had done anything to repel it.
46. And a weak will to materialize should not be equated to the tendency of the particles to repel each other (i.
47. What is to be done in these circumstances? To favor revolutions, overthrow everything, repel force by force?
48. These encroachments she was pressing so far that Great Britain perceived it would be necessary to repel them.
49. Three of them traveled with most convoys and could safely repel anything smaller than a Federation carrier fleet.
50. However, our stocks of weapons and ammunition are grossly insufficient to repel any assault in strength by the ISF.
51. Particles Arupa, Yan, have the Fields of Repulsion, and so do not create forms, as repel the surrounding particles.
52. Speaker, to repel the declarations of gentlemen, that to vote for this resolution would pledge me to embark in war.
53. Depending on their relative positions, one would either attract or repel the other, and the other would do the same.
54. In the contrary case, Your Majesty, I shall see myself forced to repel an attack that nothing on my part has provoked.
55. Why not travel with them for the time being? As a bigger group, we will be better able to discourage or repel bandits.
56. With a snarl Morg unleased repeated Wap-Diyukans like thunder that Lezura and Joey had to repel with constant Bluebursts.
57. To provide for calling forth the Militia to execute the Laws of the Union, suppress Insurrections and repel Invasions;.
58. She was always timid of holding out her hand to him and sometimes did not offer it at all, as though afraid he would repel it.
59. Then let’s hope for the Iroquois that they don’t try to piss you off today: you have enough on you to repel a small army.
60. Poseidon: If there would be anyone that could try to repel the power of the Abyss over the minds of Titans, that would be Akira.
61. Species of humanoids that have warred between themselves will be encouraged to unite to repel the ongoing threat of the Harad Ghul.
62. The electrons repel other negative charged sub atomic structures, which the electrons are that form the outer borders of all atoms.
63. Would the Germans fight to repel the landings, or would they retire to the north? The Germans were suspicious of Italy's intentions.
64. We are better off, however, for the firbolgs, minotaurs and beholders in the Gorgon Plane were exponentially more difficult to repel.
65. Those who prefer the present life to the Hereafter, and repel from the path of God, and seek to make it crooked-these are far astray.
66. The relative positions of Zorba's two suns happen to be such that the other repel one another while being balanced by Zorba's gravity.
67. Additionally, ‘To provide for calling forth the militia to execute the laws of the Union, suppress Insurrections, and repel Invasions.
68. Gomes and the family carried the materials and began to construct sturdy barricades that would repel any shots from Tafferel and his men.
69. He’d had a taste of that on the White Lady, sailing from Dorne to Oldtown, when he’d donned his armor to help the crew repel some raiders.
70. The constitution only authorizes the General Government to call out the militia to suppress insurrection, enforce the laws, and repel invasion.
71. I had no army to repel an attack as most of those following me were of the simpler folk and a large part of them were women, children and older men.
72. Radish: An infusion of the leaves when added to a dash of Tabasco and a dash of soap will repel most chewing insects, whiteflies, ants and some animals.
73. And he, Victor, lends himself to it, with all the abominations—lawyers, proofs of guilt—tout ça est dégoutant![11] And it doesn't seem to repel him.
74. Again in early November, he made requests, but was refused by Hitler who considered that Kesselring’s existing forces were sufficient to repel any landings.
75. Silent in inhospitable darkness, the Casa Viola seemed to have changed its nature; his home appeared to repel him with an air of hopeless and inimical mystery.
76. However, that offensive has proved to be anemic and was conducted with little conviction, which allowed most of the French garrisons to repel their attackers.
77. In fact, the greatest states in the world have failed to repel such little virus which attacked them easily and forced them to destroy their wealth by their hands.
78. And those who patiently seek the presence of their Lord, and pray regularly, and spend from Our provisions to them, secretly and openly, and repel evil with good.
79. Besides, nobody will believe the resistance of the victim since they are insane, and such a follower, indulging in their lusts, has no power to repel such forces.
80. Rub it on to protect from sunburn, and chafing from saltwater, to repel insects, as a salve for sores and blisters or, mixed with wood ash, as a substitute for soap.
81. This man stood against the Messenger (PBUH) and set to opposing him, thinking that he could repel what was right, or that he would be able to extinguish the Light of God.
82. It was believed that after a protective imprecation was breathed up the sprig of dried thyme, and then gently burned on an open flame, it would repel evil spirits and spells.
83. When the Japanese finally tried seriously to land troops en masse there, we were down to only a few dozen planes and were despairing of being able to repel the Japanese landings.
84. Ignar’s Den, oddly, seemed to repel the fire, and it was there that Jeslin was holed up with Ayrim during the battle, and it was there that she now cared for the child and his father.
85. He was not however worried about the security aspect of this cruise, as twelve of his best bodyguards were aboard, ready to repel or keep away any paparazzi trying to spy on his guests.
86. Meanwhile our wounded are being treated, our Translocation and Flight medallions are being recharged, and with every minute that passes, our nations are more prepared to repel invaders.
87. Is it not important that the men who live on the seaboard should know that we have a force to repel attack? What sort of attack have we cause to expect? A serious invasion? Certainly not.
88. As that wild yell rose above the clamor, there was an instant's lull, and then a hundred throats bayed ferocious answer and warriors came leaping to repel the attack presaged by the warning.
89. Second, we expected the defensive machinegun fire from those large bomber concentrations to be enough to repel enemy fighters, so we mostly neglected to assign fighter escorts to those bombers.
90. It was developed to help reduce inflammation, promote healthy circulation and healing, and alleviate pain and because of its strong odors will repel most insects as well as keep them from eating your plants.
91. After it was once determined that they would not submit, that they would repel aggression, it had been supposed that they might, with greater probability of unanimity, discuss the course proper to be pursued.
92. The Martians however fully realized that the war was still far from over and prepared with grim determination to repel the inevitable reaction from Earth, with the KOSTROMA overhead to protect Mars from orbit.
93. I jumped out of bed, put on my slippers and dressing-gown, and went straight to Makar Ivanovitch's room, as though there were in it a talisman to repel all enticements, a means of salvation, and an anchor to which I could chng.
94. There could be no doubt of the superior advantages of frigates and sloops of war when employed in cruising against our enemy's commerce, but whenever the object is to repel a powerful force, ships-of-the-line ought to be resorted to.
95. Thesa's badgers were attacked with such hatred and ferocity, that for a moment, he thought they would be overrun straight away, but the black badger's bravery was a spur to those around him, and they managed to repel the first charge.
96. Leif, the half-ghoul Sentinel, and mutual friend of ours, has also theorized that the establishment of his race of trolls was due to the absence of sufficient forces to repel the masses of orcs that poured from the mines in Mount Crow.
97. Repel evil with what is better: then will he between whom and you was hatred become as though he were your dearest friend! But none will attain this save those who endure with fortitude – none but people of the greatest good fortune.
98. Duncan, you don’t mind if I call you Duncan do you, she purred, my scientists tell me that they have come up with a device they can install above your planet; it should provide the shielding you will need to repel a Scather attack.
99. The meaning of Caprivi's reply, translated into simple, everyday language, means that money is needed, not to repel a foreign enemy, but to bribe the subaltern officers to hold themselves in readiness to act against the oppressed working-men.
100. As it was, thanks to Akie’s vigilance and warning, they were located on the monitors whilst climbing the rear superstructure, and armed crewmen were able to repel them before they could complete the forty-foot climb up to the first access point.