|chair englanniksi||chair en, flesh fr|
: ux|en|All I need to weather a snowstorm is hot coffee, a warm fire, a good book and a comfortable chair.
: ux|en|Under the rules of order adopted by the board, the chair may neither make nor second motions.
: ux|en|My violin teacher used to play first chair with the Boston Pops.
: ux|en|He killed a cop: hes going to get the chair.
: ux|en|The court will show no mercy; if he gets convicted, its the chair for him.
*: Think what an equipage thou hast in air, / And view with scorn two pages and a chair.
: Bob will chair tomorrows meeting.
*: The time you won your town the race
*: We chaired you through the marketplace.
: The poet was chaired at the national Eisteddfod.
*: The flesh of chicken, fowl, and turkey has much shorter fibre than that of ruminating animals, and is not intermingled with fat,—the fat always being found in layers directly under the skin, and surrounding the intestines.
*: Thenne syr launcelot sayd / fader what shalle I do / Now sayd the good man / I requyre yow take this hayre that was this holy mans and putte it nexte thy skynne / and it shalle preuaylle the gretely / syr and I wille doo hit sayd sir launcelot / Also I charge you that ye ete no flesshe as longe as ye be in the quest of the sancgreal / nor ye shalle drynke noo wyne / and that ye here masse dayly and ye may doo hit
*: The flesh that twycheth any vnclene thinge shall not be eaten. but burnt with fire:and all that be clene in their flesh, maye eate flesh.
*: Yf any soule eate of the flesh of the peaceofferynges, that pertayne vnto the Lorde and hys vnclennesse yet apon him, the same soule shall perisshe from amonge his peoolesic. ¶ Moreouer yf a soule twych any vnclene thinge, whether it be the vnclennesse of man or of any vnclene beest or any abhominacion that is vnclene: ad the eate of the flesh of the peaceoffrynges whiche pertayne vnto the Lord, that soule shall perissh from his people.
*: And the preast shall put on his lynen albe and his lynen breches apon his flesh, and take awaye the asshes whiche the fire of the burntsacrifice in the altare hath made, and put them besyde the alter,
*: For the flesh lusteth against the Spirit, and the Spirit against the flesh: and these are contrary the one to the other: so that ye cannot do the things that ye would.
*: But death had no gift for me, no power to free me from flesh.
*: The flesh of black walnuts was a protein-packed winter food carefully hoarded in tall, stilted buildings.
*: There is no flesh in mans obdurate heart.
*: He is our brother and our flesh.
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*: Give me a clean sword and a clean foe to flesh it in.
*: And whosoever could now joyne us together, and eagerly flesh all our people to a common enterprise, we should make our ancient military name and chivalrous credit to flourish againe.
: The writer had to go back and flesh out the climactic scene.