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    1. "It's the size of your pecker, not the strata your mind runs on that makes a man tardy around you," the bartender chided back

    2. All of them were always so tardy to meetings that they often had to hold them during sleeps and the interlocking positions let them hold two or three meetings at once to catch up

    3. The country, too, is not only much poorer, but the steps by which it advances to a better condition, for it is evidently advancing, seem to be much slower and more tardy

    4. And in the days of the sinners the years shall be shortened; And their seed shall be tardy on their lands and fields,

    5. Evoking his immature reaction certainly was not my intention; I simply wanted his attention which I thereafter received regarding the grossly tardy WDs

    6. And in the days of the sinners the years shall be shortened; And their seed shall be tardy on their lands and fields

    7. In fact, one of the students was marked tardy

    8. The whole country was stirred up by this proceeding, the enemies of Jesus making great capital out of this move, but everywhere the women believers in the good news stood stanchly behind their chosen sisters and voiced no uncertain approval of this tardy acknowledgment of woman's place in religious work

    9. The collector accepted the tax, forgoing the penalty for tardy payment because they had been for some time absent from Galilee

    10. Dropping his chin the enigmatic questioner assumed the pose of a college professor questioning a tardy student

    11. That tardy shudder which had not figured in his forethought made his breakfast bitter

    12. The tardy evidence of her involuntary paganism made her even more upset

    13. Colonel Aureliano, Buendía had him told, word for word, that he was eagerly awaiting that tardy but deserved occasion in order to take a shot at him, not as payment for the arbitrary acts and anachronisms of his regime, but for his lack of respect for an old man who had not done anyone any harm

    14. Aureliano Segundo did not let the chance go by to regale his cousins with a thunderous champagne and accordion party that was interpreted as a tardy adjustment of accounts with the carnival, which went awry because of the jubilee

    15. It was during that time that Úrsula, began to speak Rebeca’s name, bringing back the memory of her with an old love that was exalted by tardy repentance and a sudden admiration, coming to understand that only she, Rebe-ca, the one who had never fed of her milk but only of the earth of the land and the whiteness of the walls, the one who did not carry the blood of her veins in hers but the unknown blood of the strangers whose bones were still clocing in their grave

    16. It might have been thought that the deluge had given him the oppor-tunity to sit and reflect and that the business of the pliers and the oilcan had awakened in him the tardy yearning of so many useful trades that he might have followed in his life and did not; but neither case was true, because the temptation of a sedentary domesticity that was besieging him was not the result of any redis-covery or moral lesion

    17. Before he read Fernanda’s will, which was nothing but a detailed and tardy recapit-ulation of her misfortunes, the broken-down furniture and the weeds on the porch had indicated that he had fallen into a trap from which he would never escape, exiled forever from the diamond light and timeless air of the Roman spring

    18. He wept, leaning his brow against the door of the wise Catalonian’s former bookstore, conscious that he was paying with his tardy sobs for a death that he had refused to weep for on time so as not to break the spell of love

    19. emotion text and virtuous tardy legs will carry waves caress and begging forgiveness

    20. For long weary centuries they have been waiting for the tardy movements of the Church of Christ, while Christians have been asleep, or wasting their energies on useless controversies, and squabbling and wrangling about forms and ceremonies

    21. For this tardy recognition of the rights and duties of laymen I am very thankful

    22. Before Gesta could step though to find the tardy Jasper, a whirling wind swept over her

    23. “We figured you would know when it was time to come back," Loken said to the tardy Jasper

    24. steed who is tardy in his [its] motions owing to his [its] very size, and r e q u i r e s t o b e s t i r r e d

    25. Antonia could tell that from Sal’s expression that, although she was tardy, her appearance was acceptable

    26. When death really comes, is not what the ordinary decent dier wants quiet, that he may leave himself utterly in the hands of God? There should be no massing of temporarily broken-hearted onlookers about his bed, no leave-takings and eager gatherings-up of last words, no revelling’s of relatives in the voluptuousness of woe, no futile exhortations, using up the last poor breaths, not to weep to persons who would consider it highly improper to leave off doing it, and no administration of tardy blessings

    27. The tardy bell had just rung for first period when they entered the school

    28. Now this overdone, or come tardy off, though it make the unskilful laugh, cannot but make the judicious grieve; the censure of the which one must in your allowance o'erweigh a whole theatre of others

    29. He was, in truth, proceeding to Montcalm, fearless of every danger, to claim the tardy escort for which he had before conditioned

    30. The elastic, light step of an Indian was gone, and in its place he was compelled to toil his tardy way over the ground, inch by inch

    31. Pok! The tardy cork flew out of Mr

    32. The formal rule at Harvard stated that students were required to wait twenty minutes for a tardy professor before the class was officially canceled

    33. The Hazard of Tardy Adjustment of Price Value

    34. It always ends, it is true, in an awakening, but the awakening is tardy

    35. Hence the advent, apparently tardy, of the Tacituses and the Juvenals; it is in the hour for evidence, that the demonstrator makes his appearance

    36. All the harmony of the season was complete in one gracious whole; the entrances and exits of spring took place in proper order; the lilacs ended; the jasmines began; some flowers were tardy, some insects in advance of their time; the van-guard of the red June butterflies fraternized with the rear-guard of the white butterflies of May

    37. And also, their tardy slumbers, to some degree

    38. The notoriously tardy politician was right on time, and the large taxpayer-funded entourage he normally traveled with was conspicuously absent

    39. Considering her small part in All About Eve, one would think Marilyn would have done anything in her power to not be tardy, but that just wasn’t her way

    40. She was tardy for just about every appointment she made, whether it was work-related or just a coffee date with a friend

    41. At last I looked up at the tardy speaker: he was looking eagerly at

    42. The so-called division of labor, which has become in our day the condition of activity of men of science and art, was, and has remained, the chief cause of the tardy forward movement of mankind

    43. It was too late to seek justice for his sister, but not too late for a tardy reparation

    44. Evremond’s excuses for tardy entrances, his evading of little attentions to herself which would have involved the devotion of several hours, how puerile and trifling they seemed!—how bald and flagrant they appeared to her illumined understanding! Worst of all it was to feel that whatever love she had innocently shown her husband during these few months had for him no value; had only served to assure him that his wife was suspicionless—at ease; that she was successfully duped, and he might more fearlessly continue on his way

    45. Evremond was a methodical woman of reasonable habits, and not given to tardy wanderings about shops or prolonged absences from her home

    46. Speaker, we deemed it a duty to take time for deliberation; we thought it better to encounter the charge of having acted in a tardy and dilatory way, than to take a rash step, by which this nation might be plunged into difficulties, from which it could not be easily extricated

    47. Experience has also proved that the public sentiment was against the war; witness the feeble ranks of your volunteers, the slow and reluctant march of the militia, and the tardy progress in the recruiting service

    48. It will be many years before this state of society becomes general; but cheering progress in this direction is very manifest, and not so tardy as many suppose

    49. Christianity has found a precarious footing along the shores of the continent while, as yet, in the vast interior the missionaries are compelled to follow at a tardy pace the footsteps of the explorers

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    Synonyme für "tardy"

    belated late tardy slow sluggish overdue dilatory slack backward behindhand