rivulet sätze

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Rivulet sätze (in englisch)

  1. And by that shady rivulet.
  2. The rivulet at their feet was also getting wider.
  3. Every spring and every rivulet, is strongly impregnated with carbonate of lime.
  4. We walked up the trickling rivulet and soon were at the protruding galvanized pipe.
  5. The moonlight turned it into a tiny rivulet of blue ice against her soft pale skin.

  6. I saw a Man blown from the Bowsprit and drown’d faster than a wicked Child can drown an Insect in a garden Rivulet.
  7. But the water of this rivulet you hear under your feet is cool and sweet and good, senor, both before and after a smoke.
  8. A single rivulet of blood dripped out of the hole in his head, as he lay lifeless on the ground, with a thousand other bodies.
  9. As his warm tongue filled her mouth again, she trembled slightly as a small rivulet of his juice crawled slowly down her still hot thigh.
  10. It went out again through another slot, down another racing rivulet; and into another pool, where the speed slowed and the depth increased.
  11. The smallest rivulet often has a trench ten feet deep; and the earth over which it passes, is continually yielding to its gentle attrition.
  12. In the soft mud on the bank of a tiny rivulet he found footprints such as he alone in all the jungle had ever made, but much larger than his.
  13. He often stopped to examine the trees; nor did he cross a rivulet without attentively considering the quantity, the velocity, and the color of its waters.
  14. Why Lord do you continue to punish me? Make it rain here too,’ he begged plaintively while his water ran in a rivulet into the ditch where the boys were hidden.
  15. But the sounds of the rivulet, feeble and murmuring as they were, relieved the guides at once from no trifling embarrassment, and toward it they immediately held their way.

  16. The video then showed the bomber pouring the blue wiper fluid on the ground where the blood was, and watching the liquid run in a small rivulet toward the drain a few stalls away.
  17. Sancho pushed on into the glens of the Sierra, leaving them in one through which there flowed a little gentle rivulet, and where the rocks and trees afforded a cool and grateful shade.
  18. When you cross a small rivulet by jumping over, when you practice long jump and high jump and various other exercises at the parallel bar and trapezium, you practice retention of breath instinctively.
  19. A puddle of vomit — kibbles and stomach juices — pooled in front of Ralph’s partially open mouth, a tiny rivulet still flowing out his mouth feeding it, coming between his canine teeth, over his lip, into the grass.
  20. At the most unforeseen moment, and without having ceased to walk in a straight line, he perceived that he was no longer ascending; the water of the rivulet was beating against his heels, instead of meeting him at his toes.
  21. If a rock, or a rivulet, or a bit of earth harder than common, severed the links of the clew they followed, the true eye of the scout recovered them at a distance, and seldom rendered the delay of a single moment necessary.
  22. Sometimes a rivulet suddenly bursts through a vault that has been begun, and inundates the laborers; or a layer of marl is laid bare, and rolls down with the fury of a cataract, breaking the stoutest supporting beams like glass.
  23. Through the meadows in the valley beneath a serpentine rivulet wound its silvery way, interrupted by numerous falls and huge blocks of stone, which had been carried down in bygone ages from the mountains during the melting of the snows.
  24. Below the height on which the Kiev regiment was stationed, in the hollow where the rivulet flowed, the soul-stirring rolling and crackling of musketry was heard, and much farther to the right beyond the dragoons, the officer of the suite pointed out to Bagration a French column that was outflanking us.
  25. Below the height on which the Kiev regiment was stationed, in the hollow where the rivulet flowed, the soul-stirring rolling and crackling of musketry was heard, and much farther to the right beyond the dragoons, the officer of the suite pointed out to Bagratión a French column that was outflanking us.

  26. These just-hatched molluscs, though aquatic in their nature, survived on the duck's feet, in damp air, from twelve to twenty hours; and in this length of time a duck or heron might fly at least six or seven hundred miles, and if blown across the sea to an oceanic island, or to any other distant point, would be sure to alight on a pool or rivulet.
  27. Here, in tranquillity and innocence, I grew up without any memorable accident, till one fatal day I had, as I had often done before, left my aunt asleep, and secure for some hours, after dinner; and resorting to a kind of ancient summer house, at some distance from the house, I carried my work with me, and sat over a rivulet, which its door and window faced upon.
  28. Where the ravine opens between the cliffs, and a slender, shallow rivulet meanders out of the bushes to lose itself in the sea, the lighter was run ashore; and the two men, with a taciturn, undaunted energy, began to discharge her precious freight, carrying each ox-hide box up the bed of the rivulet beyond the bushes to a hollow place which the caving in of the soil had made below the roots of a large tree.
  29. By the city's quadrangular houses--in log huts, camping with lumber-men, Along the ruts of the turnpike, along the dry gulch and rivulet bed, Weeding my onion-patch or hosing rows of carrots and parsnips,.

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