sluice sätze

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Sluice sätze (in englisch)

1. Monty Dore, sluice box operator.
2. The car moved in the hot sluice of desert wind.
3. You two take the valve, I’ll take the sluice.
4. The sluice gates gush white foam into the river.
5. I’m a sluice box operator once again, stationed here.
6. We have to dive down and close the valve and open the sluice.
7. It was watching your sluice water that caused the man's endeavors to come to mind.

8. At given intervals, there were sluice gates that permitted the movement of water traffic.
9. She waved to Alicia and Thelma, filled the pan with sediment, and began to sluice out the sand.
10. He’s showing the flag, Ernie commented to Monty as they drained sediment from the sluice box.
11. The lower streets flowed with water, just as they had three summers back when Andrei opened the sluice.
12. From its sluice in Wood quay wall under Tom Devan's office Poddle river hung out in fealty a tongue of liquid sewage.
13. This is not a mechanical signal; it is an invite to shovel tons of crud through your sluice box to find a golden nugget or two.
14. There were sluice gates toward the north end of the dam and a squat concrete outlet-control structure about twenty feet square.
15. Two sluice gates were open sufficiently to let water pass and cascade down a natural rock slipway and join the stream at the bottom.
16. They went through the front garden, over the sluice, and up the steep bank to the pond, which lay in shadow, with its two wooded islets.
17. This must have been so they could sluice them out after they had transported the cattle however for us they posed the problem of letting draughts blow up through them.
18. As the sluice gate was slowly opened the wooden buckets of the wheel began to fill with water and the large wooden structure started to slowly rotate to the loud and abundant cheers of the boys.
19. The pool itself, muddy and discolored from the sluice boxes, effectually hid what it contained, and it contained John Thornton; for Buck followed his trace into the water, from which no trace led away.
20. Viruses and computer programmes have already been developed that can turn off a nation’s electricity, steal its foreign currency, open the sluice gates of dams and so on, all from thousands of miles away.
21. He then invested in all the men and machinery necessary to mine and bring out the ore by the ton, the steam engine driven machinery to crush it and then the building of sluice channels to run it down with water.
22. The direct fall of gravity down the pass sides, and a reduction in sluice size, aided the higher pressure of the fluid as it shot out into the pass forming interlacing arcs of fluid across it over thirty feet into the air.
23. Waiting for some reply, I looked about me, noticing how the sluice was abandoned and broken, and how the house—of wood with a tiled roof—would not be proof against the weather much longer, if it were so even now, and how the mud and ooze were coated with lime, and how the choking vapor of the kiln crept in a ghostly way towards me.
24. Certain possible inventions of which he had cogitated when reclining in a state of supine repletion to aid digestion, stimulated by his appreciation of the importance of inventions now common but once revolutionary, for example, the aeronautic parachute, the reflecting telescope, the spiral corkscrew, the safety pin, the mineral water siphon, the canal lock with winch and sluice, the suction pump.
25. Although our workforce were more than capable of doing everything necessary to keep the fields productive, mother had insisted that even though I was the hereditary leader of our people it was not an excuse to idle my days away, she repeatedly informed me that a true leader was first a productive member of the tribe not a burden on them, I had to learn how the rhythm of our holdings changed from season to season, I also operated and kept in good repair, the sluice gates to provide the water needed to give birth to our crops, my other responsibilities included the pond in which we keep the fish that we sometimes found trapped in the sluice gates.
26. Your great-grandfather led the council with wise and fair judgement and our village was a happy and prosperous place, the taxes and work details demanded by Teotihuacan were paid each season with ample left for the village, the irrigation canals and sluice gates that Teotihuacan taught us to build and maintain, gave us water whenever it was needed, the gods smiled and life was good, soon after we married, your father took his place on the council and life happily went by, until one evening not long after you were born I noticed he began to look worried and tired, I asked what troubled him and all he would say was that it was council business, not satisfied, I soon had the whole story from him.
1. The wind, sluicing air-water air in the pipes, made the music.
2. Hallway unfolds at unhealthy angle and seethes with black sluicing streams.
3. But now the water sluicing through the walls had stopped, and Richard, with his sharpened senses, thought he heard doors opening and closing.
4. He wore eye-liner as black as coal, and constantly flipped the sun visor up and down to check his reflection in the mirror as he spun the car through sluicing puddle and gravitational turn.
5. And when she come she was hot and red and cross, and couldn't hardly wait for the blessing; and then she went to sluicing out coffee with one hand and cracking the handiest child's head with her thimble with the other, and says:.
6. A massive wall of water, mud, and rock—well over a thousand feet tall in places—exploded over the countryside, rumbling southwest toward the Pacific at speeds up to one hundred miles per hour, leveling whole mountains, sluicing away millions of tons of topsoil, and gouging deep scars called coulees in the underlying bedrock.
1. The two men dug into the gravel and sluiced the material.
2. Punk had picked all the locks, sluiced out into the grid.
3. Chemical poisons should be sluiced off the skin with water.
4. Cruz stood back as Del Rio sluiced the water off his clothes with his hands.
5. Rain sluiced down it all, making Thomas imagine a huge beast cresting out of the ocean.
6. The water fell on and rolled over and beyond them as it sluiced into the upper reaches of.
7. Before I ate I went down to the bathroom, washed and sluiced, and tried to rub my teeth clean with my fingers.
8. The Vassal who had been spared uncoiled a hose from a cupboard and sluiced them down with delicious warm water, then provided them with soft towels.
9. Guapo sluiced them with buckets of water and by the time they‘d been rolled down the stairs to the garage they were dry, although somewhat battered and delirious.
10. Were this over-practical, soulless Vinland, some Vinlander engineer would have probably sluiced and levied her into submission, perhaps even paved her over entirely.
1. Water rushed roaring through the sluices.
2. I've replaced those two sluices and spent a fortune on that wheel …'.
3. And they shall be broken in the purposes of it, all that make sluices and ponds for fish.
4. Sluices: A stream of water; an artificial channel for conducting water, controlled at the head by a gate.
5. Robert cast a professional eye over the sluices that fed the waterwheel when it was in operation and directed the flow to an underground conduit at weekends.
6. Blind, yes, but she thrust down rust-splotched fingers which petted, stroked the sluices of air, which cut and splayed the wind, peeled layers of space, blinded stars, which hovered and danced, then fixed and pointed as did her nose.
7. I petted her for a whole day; sat with my arms round her; had her head on my shoulder; whispered every consolation I could think of; but unfortunately the only person who has ever petted her was the faithless one, and it made her think of him with renewed agony, and opened positive sluices of despair.
8. Chiming then to me, with exquisite consent, as I melted away, his oily balsamic injection, mixing deliciously with the sluices in flow from me, sheathed and blunted all the stings of pleasure, whilst a voluptuous languor possest, and still maintained us motionless, and fast locked in one another's arms.
9. No more low, wet grounds, no more dikes and sluices, no more of these grazing cattle,—though they seemed, in their dull manner, to wear a more respectful air now, and to face round, in order that they might stare as long as possible at the possessor of such great expectations,—farewell, monotonous acquaintances of my childhood, henceforth I was for London and greatness; not for smith's work in general, and for you! I made my exultant way to the old Battery, and, lying down there to consider the question whether Miss Havisham intended me for Estella, fell asleep.

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