tot sätze

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Tot sätze (in englisch)

  1. That Precious Tiny Tot.
  2. TOT ihk) giant branch (AGB).
  3. This does to your beloved tot?
  4. Morris surveyed the fleeing tot.
  5. They had their tot of rum and went back out on deck.

  6. Tot had grown very tearful about her "waisins," and Mrs.
  7. Best take it slow mate, there’s a tot of rum in there.
  8. Merry Christmas! he called out to Nora and Tot when they waked.
  9. At stand-down in the dawn (hours afterwards) he was sipping his tot of rum.
  10. She being only a tot seemed to have more control over the dog than anyone else.
  11. He had visions of British naval power at its height and the traditional tot of rum.
  12. Cass remains seated at the exhausted ladies side, as the tiny tot makes her way over.
  13. His little sister who was only a tot was smiling at him, too young to know what was happening.
  14. You know he’s not old enough for the tot, don’t you sir? said the Chief returning to his window.
  15. Each and every day of the year she was with her, Gladys made it her priority to see to it that the tot was nourished, entertained—loved.

  16. And the n the re a ding le ssons: The tot is in the pot, the ca t is on the m a t; a nd the Ele m e nta ry Instructions for Be ta Worke rs in the Em bryo Store.
  17. His tot of rum fills a whole pint pot, his herring is cut thick and unfairly chunky, his privacy commands utmost respect, as does his attendance when he calls for it.
  18. The woman's passages and pay while travelling would tot up to about three hundred pounds, but it seemed cheap to me if it would help the venture through the early stages.
  19. Upon a consideration of many things, it appears to me very strange, that almost the whole tot of our improvements became, in a manner, the parents of new plagues and troubles to the magistrates.
  20. The different operations of this scheme are explained so fully, so clearly, and with so much order and distinctness, by Mr Du Verney, in his Examination of the Political Reflections upon commerce and finances of Mr Du Tot, that I shall not give any account of them.
  21. Supposing you were to say twelve months for the theft, which is mild; and three years for the furious driving, which is lenient; and fifteen years for the cheek, which was pretty bad sort of cheek, judging by what we've heard from the witness-box, even if you only believe one-tenth part of what you heard, and I never believe more myself—those figures, if added together correctly, tot up to nineteen years——'.
  22. Supposing you were to say twelve months for the theft, which is mild; and three years for the furious driving, which is lenient; and fifteen years for the cheek, which was pretty bad sort of cheek, judging by what we've heard from the witness-box, even if you only believe one-tenth part of what you heard, and I never believe more myself—those figures, if added together correctly, tot up to nineteen years ' ——.
  1. On a step a gnome totting among a rubbishtip crouches to shoulder a sack of rags and bones.
  2. If my gut instinct is correct then we could be facing a gun totting posse sooner rather than later.
  3. Poisons so deadly, the slightest scratch is enough to slowly cunningly kill the unsuspecting victim; from the rainforest jungles of Africa to the Kalahari bushmen eating the totting flesh of elephants thousands of years ago.
  1. I totted these things up as if they were little victories against some foe I couldn’t quite identify.
  2. O'Neill's funeral establishment where Corny Kelleher totted figures in the daybook while he chewed a blade of hay.
  1. Uncle Toby's page for tiny tots.
  2. Mothers of the tots were screaming.
  3. In the interim the electronic bar man was still spilling tots.
  4. When these tots are playing with toys, adults model to them how.
  5. Kate had already devoured her hamburger and fries, and was looking at Doug's tater tots.
  6. A correspondent writes us that to see some of the tiny tots pretending to be the "bloofer lady" is supremely funny.
  7. They already had a dozen 50 pound bags of tater tots in the freezer, and a delivery system in place to acquire more.
  8. All he needed was a few tots of spirits to loosen his tongue and tell one of his adventures, some pleasant, others tragic.
  9. And here where service is always with a smile, one can taste and laugh the teapots porcelain and Green-rum tots poured still into the brain.
  10. Even the little tots had their regular duties to perform in the well-regulated scheme of management which characterized the home life of this Nazareth family.
  11. Two Vietnamese tots in flowered white dresses, who had been giggling at each other, had stood almost directly behind the horrendous blast and were decapitated.
  12. His slaughtering of those tots came only 5 days after the Queen got a letter from him that she and her staff should have noticed was a signal of some horror soon to come.
  13. His slaughtering of those tots came only five days after the Queen got a letter from him that she and her staff should have noticed was a signal of some horror soon to come.
  14. They would then sit on stone benches in the park across the buildings where they would watch tiny tots laden with heavy bags as big as their own heights arrive to the nearby kindergarten school.
  15. The changing houses used them to get child slaves… salving their conscience that the few pennies they gave kept the starving tots; kept them alive a few more days, and was a ‘good charity’.
  16. He stood up panting, saying ‘…damn you Andrei, there are still two tots left in the bottle…’, he poured one into Andrei’s empty glass and refilled his own – then his face broke into a beaming smile….
  17. Our maimed and mangled tots in Sarajevo and the thousands mowed down by guns, grenades and starvation for the sake of some religion’s god or lust for more land in 1st, 2nd, and 3rd-world countries all around the globe.
  18. Everywhere the parents quit sending their children in the spring, and those children who are left in the school, from one-fourth to one-fifth of the whole number, are the little tots or the children of rich parents, and they attend school unwillingly.
  19. If those paraded before us these days as destitute can be as selective of the charity bestowed upon them as Jabba the Hutt at an all-you-can-eat buffet, it’s about time that a civic dialogue was convened to consider whether or not Toys For Tots has outlived its usefulness.
  20. This caused them unimaginable distractions, upheavals, confusion, and suffering in general that would not be at all necessary if they only had been appropriately educated from the time they were little tots about the dangers of their massive burgeoning egos dominated by a congested stream of interminable, muddled thoughts.
  21. Seriously though, if an individual finds Christmas (and more importantly) the Christ inspiring this particular celebration so odious, why are they accepting gifts anyway? If this charity is being thrust upon the recipients against their will in the same spirit of “we’re doing this for your own good whether you want it or not” characterizing many of the programs directed at manipulating those targeted into accepting their status as “underprivileged”, perhaps its is Toys for Tots that needs the cliched lecture about not imposing its values on others rather than the American people receiving a lecture on the matter from Toys for Tots.

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