diese englanniksi   hash fr, this de, that de, these de, sharp fr

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*: I had for them, after oysters, at first course, a hash of rabbits, a lamb, and a rare chine of beef.

*: Oh! no, not Naylors--the girls have made a hash there, as they do everything else; but we will settle her before they come out again.

*: I cannot bear elections, and still less the hash of them over again in a first session.

*: Most hashes are planned as family affairs, with a shorter "puppy" trail laid for the children.

*: The Colonel, himself, was great at making hash mutton, hot-pot, curry, and pillau.

*: In like manner, we shall represent human nature at first to the keen appetite of our reader, in that more plain and simple manner in which it is found in the country, and shall hereafter hash and ragoo it with all the high French and Italian seasoning of affectation and vice which courts and cities afford.

: We need to quickly hash up some plans.

: ux|en|This classroom is where I learned to read and write.

: ux|en|They give the appearance of knowing what theyre doing. Its this appearance that lets them get away with so much.

: ux|en|When asked what he wanted for his birthday, he gave this reply: “[…]”

: ux|en|I met this woman the other day whos allergic to wheat. I didnt even know that was possible!

: ux|en|Theres just this nervous mannerism that Bob has with his hands, and it drives me crazy.

: ux|en|It snowed this week.

: I need this much water.

: Weve already come this far, we cant turn back now.

: This is the excellent foppery of the world, that, when we are sick in fortune,—often the surfeit of our own behaviour,—we make guilty of our disasters the sun, the moon, and the stars... — Shakespeare, King Lear, [http://en.wikisource.org/w/index.php?title=The_Tragedy_of_King_Lear&action=edit§ion=4 Act 1. Scene 2.]

*: Terms like house, sphere, animal, and human do not refer to other thises distinct from these ones here — they refer to the sort of thing these ones here are.

: He told me that the book is a good read.

: I believe that it is true. — She is convinced that he is British.

: Be glad that you have enough to eat.

*: The hungry judges soon the sentence sign, and wretches hang that jurymen may dine.

*: Ellens mamma was going out to pay a visit, but she left the children a large piece of rich plumcake to divide between them, that they might play at making feasts.

*: That he might ascertain whether any of the cloths of ancient Egypt were made of hemp, M. Dutrochet has examined with the microscope the weavable filaments of this last vegetable.

*: Jesus died that we might live "through" Him.

: The noise was so loud that she woke up.

: The problem was sufficiently important that it had to be addressed.

*: My dad apparently always said that no child of his would ever be harassed for its poor eating habits, and then I arrived, and I was so disgusting that he revised his opinion.

*: What, are you mad, that you do reason so?

*: In short, the period was so far like the present period, that some of its noisiest authorities insisted on its being received, for good or for evil, in the superlative degree of comparison only.

*: “She must be wonderfully fascinating,” said Mrs Morel, with scathing satire. “She must be very wonderful, that you should trail eight miles, backward and forward, after eight o’clock at night.”

: Was John there? — Not that I saw.

: How often did she visit him? — Twice that I saw.

*: "...|Tell her from me," Lady Ongar had said, "that I will go anywhere that she may wish if she will go with me,"

*: "Would that my rage and wrath would somehow stir me, / Here as I am, to cut off thy raw flesh / And eat it."

*: "Oh, that they would be wise, and would understand, ..."

*: I pray thee, mark me — that a brother should / Be so perfidious! —

: ux|en|That book is a good read. This one isnt.

: ux|en|That battle was in 1450.

: ux|en|That cat of yours is evil.

*: To be, or not to be: that is the question: / Whether tis nobler in the mind to suffer / The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune, / Or to take arms against a sea of troubles, / And by opposing end them?

*: [He] was qualified and fitted, both intellectually and morally, — and that to an exceptional extent — to be the Head ...

*: "I was dragged up at the workhouse school till I was twelve. Then I ran away and sold papers in the streets, and anything else that I could pick up a few coppers by—except steal. I never did that. I always made up my mind Id be a big man some day, and—Im glad I didnt steal."

*: Howevernb..., the British were unable to do much about it short of going to war with St Petersburg, and that the government was unwilling to do.

*: Ive never seen someone beaten unconscious before. That’s lesbians for you.

: He went home, and after that I never saw him again.

: ux|en|The water is so cold! — That it is.

*: "She is very honourable," said Mrs. Thompson, solemnly. "Yes, one sees she is that, and so simple-minded."

: the CPR course that she took really came in handy

*: By heaven, Ill make a ghost of him that lets me.

: "The ribbon was that thin." "I disagree, I say it was not that thin, it was thicker... or maybe thinner..."

: Im just not that sick.

: I did the run last year, and it wasnt that difficult.

: Ooh, I was that happy I nearly kissed her.

*: This was carried with that little noise that for a good space the vigilant Bishop was not awakd with it.

*: As such, they do not have the ontological weight of "Being" and "Not-being," but serve simply as an explanatory vocabulary necessary to describe our world of thises and thats.

*: These pretzels are making me thirsty.Note: depending on the context, the word [[those]] may be used either in place of or interchangeably with these.

: ux|en|I keep my knives sharp so that they dont slip unexpectedly while carving.

*: Orion hit a rabbit once; but though sore wounded it got to the bury, and, struggling in, the arrow caught the side of the hole and was drawn out. Indeed, a nail filed sharp is not of much avail as an arrowhead; you must have it barbed, and that was a little beyond our skill.

: ux|en|My nephew is a sharp lad; he can count to 100 in six languages, and hes only five years old.

: ux|en|Ernest made the pencil too sharp and accidentally stabbed himself with it.

: ux|en|a sharp hill;  a face with sharp features

: ux|en|The orchestras third violin several times was sharp about an eighth of a tone.

: ux|en|Milly couldnt stand sharp cheeses when she was pregnant, because they made her nauseated.

: ux|en|A pregnant woman during labor normally experiences a number of sharp contractions.

*: She wakened in sharp panic, bewildered by the grotesquerie of some half-remembered dream in contrast with the harshness of inclement fact.

: ux|en|Michael had a number of sharp ventures that he kept off the books.

: ux|en|a sharp dealer;  a sharp customer

*: the necessity of being so sharp and exacting

: ux|en|Youll need sharp aim to make that shot.

: ux|en|sharp criticism;  When the two rivals met, first there were sharp words, and then a fight broke out.

: ux|en|You look so sharp in that tuxedo!

: ux|en|Keep a sharp watch on the prisoners. I dont want them to escape!

: ux|en|Drive down Main for three quarters of a mile, then make a sharp right turn onto Pine.

*: The street down which Warwick had come intersected Front Street at a sharp angle in front of the old hotel, forming a sort of flatiron block at the junction, known as Liberty Point

: ux|en|a sharp ascent or descent;  a sharp turn or curve

: ux|en|Sure, any planar graph can be five-colored. But that result is not sharp: in fact, any planar graph can be four-colored. That is sharp: the same cant be said for any lower number.

*: Time and time again, the amateur player has lost the opportunity to make the really best move because he felt bound to follow some chess "rule" he had learned, rather than to make the sharp move which was indicated by the position.

*: In such situations most chess players choose the obvious and logical way: they go in for sharp play. However, not everyone is a natural attacking player...

: ux|en|a sharp pain;  the sharp and frosty winter air

*: Sharp misery had worn him to the bones.

*: the morning sharp and clear

*: in sharpest perils faithful proved

: ux|en|a sharp appetite

*: in sharp contest of battle

*: A sharp assault already is begun.

: ux|en|sharp sand

: rfquotek|Edward Moxon

: rfquotek|M. Arnold

*: You bite so sharp at reasons.

: Ill see you at twelve oclock sharp.

: I didnt enjoy the concert much because the tenor kept going sharp on the high notes.

: The pitch pipe sounded out a perfect F? (F sharp).

: Transposition frequently is harder to read because of all the sharps and flats on the staff.

: The piece was difficult to read after it had been transposed, since in the new key many notes were sharps.

: Beethovens "Moonlight Sonata" is written in C? minor (C sharp minor.)

: Place sharps in the specially marked red container for safe disposal.

*: If butchers had but the manners to go to sharps, gentlemen would be contented with a rubber at cuffs.

: The casino kept in the break room a set of pictures of known sharps for the bouncers to see.

: rfquotek|Charles Kingsley

*: The Circle was one of the few dances the older sharps frequented; mostly they were to be found in pubs, pool-halls or at the track.

: That new musician must be tone deaf: he sharped half the notes of the song!

: rfquotek|LEstrange

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