tarry sätze

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Tarry sätze (in englisch)

1. I'll tarry in the sky.
2. But let us not tarry here.
3. Athena, tarry with me a moment.
4. Tarry with You here on earth.
5. And he went in to tarry with them.
6. I tarry when the morn has just begun.
7. And tarry for the comfort of the day.

8. You may tarry, or come back, or turn.
9. And he said, I will tarry until you come again.
10. But not that thick tarry muck Mark gave us yesterday.
11. Since my father was in a hurry, I didn’t tarry at all.
12. Indeed time failed to tarry, but those memories still last.
13. We’d chosen to tarry awhile in an unused staff quarters.
14. That, I think, he doth; but, however, let us tarry for him.
15. Jesus had told them to tarry in Jerusalem until they were.
16. We have business up ahead and have no time to tarry here.
17. They insisted that it was near nightfall, and that he tarry with them.
18. I will tarry in Jerusalem with you until you are ready to go into Galilee.
19. Back in January he had warned the boys, We can’t tarry with scholastic laggards.
20. To tarry would be a waste of time, and time was not something he could afford to waste.
21. He recommended that I not tarry either, since we would be leaving early the next morning.
22. Only tarry here in Jerusalem while I go to the Father, and until I send you the Spirit of Truth.
23. John repeated the business with his hand upon reaching the door, and didn�t tarry getting inside.
24. No longer could I tarry in Regret and Indecision; I must determine how to make the best of my Destiny.
25. Before her was a small cauldron standing over a low fire and in it bubbled a thick, reddish, tarry mass.
26. This means that if one party was stronger than the other, the later will tarry the evocation of the calamity.
27. And withal, this came into my mind, Though it tarry, wait for it; because it will surely come, it will not tarry.
28. He said only: If you love me, then be willing to tarry with me while I wait upon the will of my Father who is in heaven.
29. Let none who are in the city and around about tarry to save aught, neither let those who are outside dare to enter therein.
30. That gave me pause, but I decided we would have to chance it anyway and would not tarry in the shadows of the two volcanoes.
31. Fast as she can she hurries, something ominous, her steps trembling, She does not tarry to smooth her hair nor adjust her cap.
32. My Pray’rs ascend upon the Tarry Ropes to the Goddess; I eat my Heart as if ’twere a Cake, but a bitter one, made of Gall and Sorrow.
33. Demas cried again, that he also was one of their fraternity; and that if they would tarry a little, he also himself would walk with them.
34. O I could go on and on detailing his Cruelties, but we must not tarry here, for perchance he will escape if left alone upon the Deck!.
35. Watch, how all that which seemed to tarry in your eyes is fulfilled, fulfilled in ways you had not considered, all to the glory of My name.
36. But if I tarry long, that thou mayest know how thou oughtest to behave thyself in the house of God, which is the of the living God, the.
37. He visited with them and at the end of the meal gathered them about him, saying: It is my Father's will that we tarry hereabouts for a season.
38. Luke 24:49 And, behold, I send the promise of my Father upon you: but tarry ye in the city of Jerusalem, until ye be endued with power from on high.
39. Then Faramir came and sought her, and once more they stood on the walls together; and he said to her: 'Jowyn, why do you tarry here, and do not go.
40. We didn’t have time to tarry, and rather than try to find the path that had led me to the north coast of the island before, I decided to retrace our path.
41. He then let the smoke rise from his mouth and funnel up his nose in an inverse-waterfall, a trick that looks impossible and leaves the sinuses black and tarry.
42. For the vision is yet for an appointed time, but at the end it shall speak, and not lie: though it tarry, wait for it; because it will surely come, it will not tarry.
43. I shall take my time, I shall tarry and bide, till at last the right one lies waiting for me, warped out into midstream, loaded low, her bowsprit pointing down harbour.
44. But since you've given me reason to believe it all just now with that act you've pulled with my cousin, I suggest you don't tarry with lifting those lovely skirts of yours.
45. When they were gathered together, about forty in all, Jesus said: Let us go up into yonder hills and tarry for a few days while we ponder over the problems of the Father's kingdom.
46. At his back his bow, and in the quiver upon his shield many slim, straight arrows, well smeared with the thick, dark, tarry substance that rendered deadly their tiniest needle prick.
47. But to all of the many questions which his mother, James, Jude, and Zebedee asked, Jesus only smilingly replied: It is better that I tarry here for a while; I must do the will of my Father who is in heaven.
48. I have asked you to tarry here in Jerusalem until I ascend to the Father, even until I send you the Spirit of Truth, who shall soon be poured out upon all flesh, and who shall endow you with power from on high.
49. The following day, celebrants whose marriage arrangements had been consummated would be escorted to their new matrimonial homes by their brothers; while those who have not consummated theirs would tarry a while.
50. We go into Phoenicia to tarry for a season, and all of you should pray the Father to transform your emotions of mind and body into the higher loyalties of mind and the more satisfying experiences of the spirit.
51. Why shouldst thou tarry so much as one other day in the torments that have so gnawed into thy life!—that have made thee feeble to will and to do!—that will leave thee powerless even to repent! Up, and away!.
52. Heaven grant it be a better one; for, in good sooth, I hardly think to tarry with my flock through the flitting seasons of another year! But, touching your medicine, kind Sir, in my present frame of body, I need it not.
53. But when Sir Christopher continued to tarry, I enquired, I looked about, I advertised—and I assured the children that some one, somewhere, must surely be mourning the loss of a precious pet; some one, sometime, would come to claim him.
54. Thus says The Lord: Did you think My wrath would tarry forever?! Did you think My judgment sleeps?! Are My eyes closed to all these atrocities committed upon the earth, day and night, without ceasing?! Are My ears also stopped from hearing?!.
55. Then the woman was wheeling me away from the ocean, back toward the tarry sand and the parking lot and the bent-over palm trees—real palm trees, not made of recyclables—with their long beards of shredded bark, scaling away from the trunk.
56. You may tarry here and in Galilee for a short season while you recover from the shock of the transition from the false security of the authority of traditionalism to the new order of the authority of facts, truth, and faith in the supreme realities of living experience.
57. Before too long we had weigh’d Anchor again and were under Sail on our Way to the Downs, where we did not tarry owing to an Easterly Wind (so Cocklyn later told us) which took us, with great Dispatch, ’round the Isle of Wight, and thro’ the choppy and blust’ry Channel.
58. If I should say, I have hope, if I should have an husband also to night, and should also bear sons; 13 Would you tarry for them till they were grown? Would you stay for them from having husbands? no, my daughters; for it grieves me much for your sakes that the hand of the Lord is gone out against me.
59. I remember him as if it were yesterday, as he came plodding to the inn door, his sea-chest following behind him in a hand-barrow--a tall, strong, heavy, nut-brown man, his tarry pigtail falling over the shoulder of his soiled blue coat, his hands ragged and scarred, with black, broken nails, and the sabre cut across one cheek, a dirty, livid white.
60. Having fasted frequently and having prayed to the Lord that He would show me the revelation which He promised to show me through that old woman the same night that old woman appeared to me and said to me Since you are so anxious and eager to know all things go into the part of the country where you tarry; and about the fifth hour I shall appear unto you and show you all that you ought to see.
61. Dimmesdale longed, at least, to shake hands with the tarry blackguard, and recreate himself with a few improper jests, such as dissolute sailors so abound with, and a volley of good, round, solid, satisfactory, and heaven-defying oaths! It was not so much a better principle as partly his natural good taste, and still more his buckramed habit of clerical decorum, that carried him safely through the latter crisis.
62. I thought of the Stories I had read of Pyrates; of Henry Morgan’s notorious Practice of hoisting the decapitated Corpse of one of his Enemies from a Yardarm whilst the grisly Head dangl’d by a Tarry Rope from its Feet; of Ears and Noses sliced off as if they were so many Lumps of Butter; of maroon’d Men smear’d in Honey and left to the Ants; of Prisoners roasted alive to tell the Porto Bello Pyrates of their hidden Gold.
63. But he was startled and made curious when Jesus, after saying good-bye and making as if he were taking leave, suddenly turned to him, saying: I well know you wish to be left alone with your disconsolation; but it would be neither kind nor fair for me to receive such generous help from you as to how best to find my way to Phenix and then unthinkingly to go away from you without making the least effort to answer your appealing request for help and guidance regarding the best route to the goal of destiny which you seek in your heart while you tarry here on the mountainside.
2. It was a tense time, these forty days of tarrying, waiting for the return of Jesus.
3. From there he journeyed on north, tarrying for a few days at Sidon, but his destination was Antioch.
4. They departed on this assignment without even tarrying to talk with those who had seen Jesus; they took David at his word.
5. Tarrying here in the middle of the mountains, daydreaming like a young selfish brat was not at all what any man would expect of him, the one so honored.
6. But the King (not tarrying for huntsman or for hound but straight away) spurred his horse to Tintagel; and as he sprang up the stairs the Queen heard the jangle of his spurs upon the stones.
7. And when travail comes upon her, which she cannot escape; be pleased, O Lord, to deliver her: O Lord make haste to help her: Be thou thyself her help and deliverer, make no tarrying, O our God: Let her be safely delivered, and remember the anguish no more, for joy that a child is born into the world, is born unto thee.
8. Priscilla had not backslided much; but short as her tarrying had been among the puddles she too sprang forward after it with renewed strength along the path she had chosen as the best, and having completed the second of her good works--the first had been performed just previously, and had been a warm invitation made personally from door to door to all the Symford mothers to send their children to tea and games at Baker's Farm the next day, which was Sunday--she came away very happy from the comforted Mrs.
1. She tarried with the last 155.
2. We also tarried a few days in Tuxpan.
3. While some tarried, many hastened to their homes.
4. Once outside, she tarried to look up at the stars.
5. While the bridegroom tarried, they all slumbered and slept.
6. He thought then that he had tarried on the matter for too long.
7. It would not serve God if they tarried and indulged themselves.
8. While they tarried at Joppa, Jesus and Gadiah became warm friends.
9. Here they tarried for more than two weeks, teaching and preaching.
10. I tarried there in the ageless time of that land where days bring.
11. From the smell of him, he should have tarried in the baths himself.
12. Since midforenoon the visitors passing by on their way to the Passover had tarried.
13. John tarried at the door, viewing the tomb, and it was just as Mary had described it.
14. I think the bishop tarried here hoping in vain that either Conthagah or I would volunteer.
15. The Smoking car's habitues had thinned by the time they reached it, so they tarried a bit.
16. The day they see it, (it will be) as if they had tarried but a single evening, or one morn.
17. And finding disciples, we tarried there seven days: who said to Paul through the Spirit that he.
18. It was to fit them for this revelation of himself that he tarried with them at the foot of the mountain.
19. He tarried in the assembly shops where men, and some women, turned the blanks into rods ready for varnishing.
20. They tarried and he guessed that they wanted to ask him why he wanted a section of railroad track hanging in air.
21. On the Day when He rounds them up-as if they had tarried only one hour of a day-they will recognize one another.
22. The Assistant Manager smiled affably, allowing his eyes to stray to his visitor’s taut crotch, where they tarried.
23. They tarried long at a little courtyard with a view of the horizon where a group almost Yondurian in sound was playing.
24. And it was for these reasons that Jesus tarried yet two full days in Philadelphia before he made ready to start for Bethany.
25. John took the mother of Jesus to the place where he tarried in Jerusalem and then hastened back to the scene of the crucifixion.
26. Here Jesus and the apostles tarried for five days, resting and refreshing themselves before going on to Jerusalem for the Passover.
27. In the complexion of a third still lingers a tropic tawn, but slightly bleached withal; HE doubtless has tarried whole weeks ashore.
28. Three days yet he tarried, because he could not drag himself away from that earth, but on the fourth day he thanked the woodman, and said to Gorvenal:.
29. And while the four of them tarried in the water, Jesus, looking up to the near-by Adjuster, prayed: My Father who reigns in heaven, hallowed be your name.
30. The women who thus tarried by the tomb on this Friday evening were: Mary Magdalene, Mary the wife of Clopas, Martha another sister of Jesus' mother, and Rebecca of Sepphoris.
31. For a full week have I tarried that I might appear again when you were all present to hear once more the commission to go into all the world and preach this gospel of the kingdom.
32. Moses led the Israelites out of Egypt and a journey that should have lasted a short while turned into an ordeal of 40 years, but the ordeal did not overshadow the ideal; and the vision, although it tarried, did come.
33. Three nights have I now tarried here, and three several times have I assembled the urchins to join in sacred song; and as often have they responded to my efforts with whoopings and howlings that have chilled my soul!.
34. This tells us that at this time, it became clear that they did not know the unseen, because if they had been acquainted with the truth, they would not have tarried in this wearisome torture of hard labor for so many decades.
35. But it was the belief of the Jews that, while the spirit or soul might linger near the body for two or three days, it never tarried after the third day; that decay was well advanced by the fourth day, and that no one ever returned from the tomb after the lapse of such a period.
36. As they turned to leave the road leading on to Bethany, they observed the temple, glorified by the rays of the setting sun; and while they tarried on the mount, they saw the lights of the city appear and beheld the beauty of the illuminated temple; and there, under the mellow light of the full moon, Jesus and the twelve sat down.
37. Now when the spirits which were in the meadow had tarried seven days, on the eighth they were obliged to proceed on their journey, and, on the fourth day after, he said that they came to a place where they could see from above a line of light, straight as a column, extending right through the whole heaven and through the earth, in colour resembling the rainbow, only brighter and purer; another day's journey brought them to the place, and there, in the midst of the light, they saw the ends of the chains of heaven let down from above: for this light is the belt of heaven, and holds together the circle of the universe, like the under-girders of a trireme.
38. He tarried there from errantry,.
1. Where now is Boromir the Fair? He tarries and I grieve.
2. She tarries, he said, irritably, for the twentieth time.
3. Zitteraal starts to do the same, tarries in the doorway a moment.

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