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  1. Enfin, tout est dit.
  2. Tout ca est une blague.
  3. Mais du tout, du tout! 17.
  4. They tout this failure as.
  5. Mais du tout, du tout![18].

  6. Even those who tout economic.
  7. Tout cela c'est de la cochonnerie.
  8. Favors from others, he’d have to tout.
  9. Tout comprendre c’est tout pardonner.
  10. Et ça ne m'arrange pas du tout, du tout.
  11. Tout vient a point a celui qui sait attendre.
  12. Tout vient à point à celui qui sait attendre.
  13. I confess I still had hopes, but now tout est dit.
  14. Chère et incomparable, pour moi une femme c'est tout.
  15. Le comme il faut tout pur, but rather in a different style.

  16. So that we ended it all en amis, je suis tout a fait content.
  17. When Richard was found faint and bleeding by Tammy Tout, the.
  18. Note 13: (retour) Tout ce qu'il a vaillant, all what he is worth.
  19. Ils sont tout simplement des paresseux, and not French cleverness.
  20. Il y avait de tout has about the same meaning--trappiste: 'Trappist' (monk).
  21. The froeken, bonne a tout faire, who rubs male nakedness in the bath at Upsala.
  22. Ce Maurice, or what's his name, Mavriky Nikolaevitch, brave homme tout de même.
  23. Unfortunately, many commercials tout foods that can be best classified as unhealthy.
  24. You have never said anything more just, c'était bête, mais que faire? Tout est dit.
  25. H'm! J'ai en tout quarante roubles; il prendra les roubles et il me tuera tout de même.

  26. Christian ethic (values) and canons which the three Faiths of Abraham jointly worship and tout as.
  27. To counter this hefty commission charge, some brokers may tout a large potential profit on the trade.
  28. A: Most option books tout volatility as the most important factor when deciding which options to trade.
  29. I shouldn't care to be in his shoes now, brave homme tout de même, but rather shy; but never mind him.
  30. Sebastian found him, starving as tout to one of the houses in the Kasbah, and brought him to stay with us.
  31. The racegoing community is an epitome of all society, from the tout and the beggar to the multi-millionaire.
  32. In the middle distance ahead of her she could see the summits of Bulbarrow and of Nettlecombe Tout, and they seemed friendly.
  33. Comtesse, à tout péché miséricorde, * said a fair-haired young man with a long face and nose, as he entered the room.
  34. From the books he took the foreign edition of Herzen, the bound volume of The Bell, four copies of my poem, et enfin tout ça.
  35. They may tout themselves as having lower fees then their competition, but they are still charging management fees of at least.
  36. As "the physician, in spite of himself," says in one of Moliere's best comedies, on a changé tout cela—the thing is wholly reversed.
  37. And then, her air, her manner, her tout ensemble, is so indescribably improved! She must be grown two inches, at least, since October.
  38. If we truly believe the Bible is God's Word, we will not just tout about that we have it, but we will live by the words contained therein.
  39. A propos, j'ai en tout quarante roubles et voilà cet argent, take it, take it, I can't take care of it, I shall lose it or it will be taken away from me.
  40. I " He was living in Moscow at the Andronikovs' when you ivent there ; but till then he used to live in the country with TOUT aunt, Varvara Stepanovna," Tatyana Pavlovna put in.
  41. The cream of Paris—generally called tout Paris, which is quite a mistake, because the underlying milk is more important—no longer goes to the big, usual, conventional theaters.
  42. Count Lichtenfels was here this morning, Bilíbin continued, and showed me a letter in which the parade of the French in Vienna was fully described: Prince Murat et tout le tremblement.
  43. Although with our science, nous avons changé tout ça, the law of man as well as of woman remains as immutable as the liver in its place; and the breach of it is inevitably punished by death.
  44. Although we, with our science, avons changé tout ça, the law for the man, as for woman, remains as unalterable as the liver in its place, and departure from it is equally punished with inevitable death.
  45. You are but one of the victims of the war—voilà tout! When Ney was told of the death of the young de Noailles, he answered, without moving a muscle—Well, well, his turn has come; it is better that we should lament his death than that he should lament ours.
  46. This disconcerting complexity of character, which is not confined to a Southerner if we may believe the epigraph of this work (En France tout le monde est un peu de Tarascon), is again elucidated in "La Défense de Tarascon" (in "Contes du lundi") and in "Tartarin sur les Alpes," ch.
  47. In the Bible, it is laid down as the law of man: “In the sweat of thy face shalt thou eat bread, and in sorrow thou shalt bring forth children;” but “nous avons changé tout ca,” as Molière’s character says, when expressing himself with regard to medicine, and asserting that the liver was on the left side.
  48. The merchant who says: "Montpellier not active, Marseilles fine quality," the broker on 'change who says: "Assets at end of current month," the gambler who says: "Tiers et tout, refait de pique," the sheriff of the Norman Isles who says: "The holder in fee reverting to his landed estate cannot claim the fruits of that estate during the hereditary seizure of the real estate by the mortgagor," the playwright who says:.
  49. Handel—and other curious Germans or Italians who sing in Gibberish no True-born Englishman can understand—and in Painting, they call for the Italian Rogues, spend Fortunes upon Forgeries of Nymphs and Dragons, or else pay Homage to a Mountebank like William Kent, who declares all Englishmen devoid of Craft and Art, paints Pretty Pictures in the Italian Mode, styles himself a noble Ancient Roman, and hath the Earl of Burlington to lick his Arse and settle his Bills for Port! By God, Fanny, I hate the Palladians worse e’en than the Italian Charlatans, for they spit upon our Native English Genius, whilst they tout the rankest Mediocrity in the Name of Noble Rome!.
  1. Two air limousines, touting for corporate business out of Kansas City.
  2. The business world is full of horror stories touting the rates of failure and.
  3. The scammers touting penny stocks know that they need to wait for an uptrend to hook their victims.
  4. Most of the terms of the will were spelled out pretty clear, and we’ve been touting this new hotel everywhere.
  5. For example, in the 1990s, major consulting firms were touting reengineering as a means of excelling in business.
  6. On many of these sites member performance is tracked, comments are rated, and hype and stock touting are shunned.
  7. Internet companies’ management were touting that they were going to change the way business had been done for years.
  8. Instead, watch out for those CEOs that are touting the stock and who do not need Wall Street to finance their businesses.
  9. The broker’s company advertising is high-profile radio or TV ads touting huge profits with little risk or proprietary trading strategies that have produced huge profits in years past.
  10. Naveen Jain, then CEO, was touting the stock on CNN’s financial network in late 2000, proclaiming, Our wireless business is on fire! The truth was that by GAAP standards (instead of pro-forma), InfoSpace lost $282 million in 2000.
  11. Reginald had gone to check on an experiment in the science labs before assembly and Sebastian was crossing the quadrangle when several not-so-bright scions of wealthy parents wolf-whistled and yelled, ‗You touting for business Sebastian?‘.
  12. I had some doubts about joining a pay site, but it turns out that it was just fantastic because it eliminated a lot of the brouhaha that goes on at most sites, says Swann referring to the other smart investors he met on ValueForum and low tolerance for touting in the community.
  13. When he finally realised I wasn’t an Arab, had understood nothing, and my abbreviated swimwear didn't mean I was touting for business on his patch, he calmed down and in sexily accented English asked if I would like to be fucked for five dirhams, shaking his head in disbelief at my refusal.
  1. And the biggest touted perk was you.
  2. And that’s touted by many as progress.
  3. The Las Vegas Hilton touted 97% returns.
  4. So, in practice, the Charter publicly touted.
  5. It is a rite also touted to prepare them for.
  6. So, in practice, the Charter publicly touted as a.
  7. And the bad news is that mostly everything touted as.
  8. You may also come across something touted as "live sand".
  9. For years, psychiatric journals have touted the salutary effects of.
  10. In fact Social Security was touted as the security net for all workers.
  11. When he retired and turned the company over to a man who was touted as.
  12. Yogurt has been touted so much as a healthy food that almost every diet.
  13. And the touted, glorified love of homosexual male killers for each other.
  14. By contrast, this 2012 Prophecy thing is being touted by the non-Mayan.
  15. Although one form of vitamin E—alpha tocopheryl succinate—has been touted as a.
  16. Consequently, some of the touted success of both fundamental research and technical.
  17. At that time I met a few gentlemen who used essiac and they all touted its benefits.
  18. Economy was touted by the financial press, and investors anticipated big pay days just.
  19. Drugs are touted for their healing properties, but I mentioned that they are produced from herbs.
  20. Often touted for its versatility, the spinner bait is a go-for lure for most experienced anglers.
  21. Although touted for keeping the soldier safe, drone attacks are certainly more ignoble than suicide bombings.
  22. To this day, the 2000 Presidential Election is being touted by Social Democrats as being stolen by George Bush.
  23. To say the least, he didn’t hold back on his opinions, none of which touted the marvels of the life-saving device.
  24. When coffee cans were reduced from one gallon size, advertisers touted “new looks,” “new designs,” and other.
  25. During my student years (+/-1988), I was confused by the various political systems and teachings that were touted by others.
  26. The governor touted the stock, said the price would go to $75, then $125, which it did-from a starting level of $20 when he took charge.
  27. Although it's not touted as a cure for a sore throat, a tea of 2 teaspoons honey, the juice of 1 lemon and a cup of hot water is a soothing mix.
  28. Destruction of the Dark Brotherhood has been the touted objective, but they secretly have been funneling resources into rounding up the Manes.
  29. These sometimes stinky packages are marketed and touted by the media and other self serving groups, but guess what, we buy into it again and again.
  30. And the end product, touted as the bulkiest of the written constitutions in the comity of nations, turned out to be an exercise in selective amnesia.
  31. We’re injecting our babies with poisons that they send hazmat crews to clean up in full gear! Vaccinations have always been touted as miracle drugs.
  32. Touted as the final frontier on earth, Oceana, a complete underwater city, has not been without difficulties at every stage of planning and construction.
  33. Anything that is not touted, publicized, advertised, declaimed, justified, rationalized, … what is not taught, not told, not claimed… is the truth:.
  34. Originally touted by Hewlett-Packard and AT&T as a 100 Mbps UTP networking solution that is superior to 100Base Ethernet, the market has not upheld that belief.
  35. When computer models failed to show the 20-foot calamity touted by Al Gore, corrective factors were inserted into the computers to reaffirm the theology of doom.
  36. The California Sun touted the story as the real truth about murderous American interference in Vietnam's civil war as told by their fearless reporter direct from the combat zone.
  37. A recent help wanted ad touted openings with a sportsbook; they were looking for statisticians who could help them develop real-time software for forecasting the outcomes of cricket matches.
  38. These results confirm the academic studies that demonstrate that smaller stocks beat large stocks, but once microcaps are removed, by not nearly the large margins that many studies have touted.
  39. Options have been highly touted as an excellent trading vehicle, but if you look closely at the amount of commission costs involved in such transactions, this method could become far less attractive.
  40. I was in the process of trying to find a pair that touted extraneous noise reduction when Terry came home one day and said he heard that Delatorre Electronics put out a line that would do a great job.
  41. If you were like the typical investor, little by little you would relax the rules, becoming more and more willing to take a chance on some of the sexy stocks being touted on CNBC or in research reports.
  42. Many have been led astray by less than a well-founded belief that has seemed to work for a while, only to betray the trust placed in it, as over the long haul it failed to deliver what was touted for it.
  43. Meat, poultry, honey and other sources from living creatures have not been discussed here, as these foods, however much touted as health booster, ultimately leaves some adverse conditions in the human body.
  44. The horror of realizing that what was supposed to be the pre-eminent proof of human civilization’s superiority over all less civilized apes and cultures… is actually the opposite of what it is touted as being.
  45. The more I have researched the multitude of approaches in the weight loss market, the more I have been staggered at the level of mis-information and the utterly pathetic approaches that are being touted as effective.
  46. The stinking Vasco de Gama who never circumnavigated anything and was famous for his cold blooded cruelty towards all the new people of the orient he met, has been touted and glorified for centuries by the European liars called historians.
  47. To justify any sport, the ego gratification of winning is touted as the supreme goal and reward for playing a sport: which is a complete, hypocritical contradiction against all the supposed ethics of sportsmanship that all athletes pay lip service to.
  48. The materialists have such absolute power in academia and the media, and have so confused the issue with disinformation and cowed their critics with ridicule, that any criticism of materialism and its dictatorial tactics is touted as an attack on science itself.
  49. While the Wii had lower technical specifications than both the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, only a modest improvement over the GameCube and the only 7th-gen console not to offer HD graphics, its new motion control was much touted, and its lower pricepoint of around $200–$250 appealed to budget-conscious households.
  50. There always seemed to be such programs, always touted as innovation and given a new name, and in fact there was one now, but though they were described as ways to replace bad teachers, they were struggling even to break even, to fill empty classrooms and replace the hordes of new teachers who didn’t make it through the first year or quit in the first five years.
  51. If one were to count the maimed Shias and the mutilated Sunnis; the vicious nature of the self-directed Islamic terror would be apparent, but won’t the silence of the maulanas eloquently expose the hollowness of Islam that is touted by the umma as the religion that has everything to know, whatever is there to know? But, try as they might, the moulvi-mufti combine would find nothing in the Quran-hadith-sunna trilogy that remotely can be seen as a clue to the worst challenge Islam had to face more than ever now; that is, given the penchant of the Musalmans to take every illusory in ‘the trilogy’ for a lamppost on the ‘straight path’ of life.
  52. Touted as one of the best body building magazines for women,.
  1. This is very interesting since the USA touts itself as a Christian.
  2. He touts out the $100 entry fee and waits several more minutes for a receipt.
  3. He touts the success of his magic formula in his book The Little Book that Beats the Market, citing that it does in fact beat the market 96% of the time, and has averaged a 17-year annual return of 30.
  4. A short block away was Lock Road and Teller rounded the corner and strolled past the shop fronts taking no interest in the products displayed or the Indian touts who tried to tempt him inside with promises of unbeatable bargains.

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