|gata englanniksi||riddle sv, sphinx sv, puzzle sv, gata en, street sv|
: ux|en|Heres a riddle: Its black, and white, and red all over. What is it?
*: To wring from me, and tell to them, my secret, / That solved the riddle which I had proposed.
*: Elbows almost touching they leaned at ease, idly reading the almost obliterated lines engraved there. ¶ nowrap|"I never understood it," she observed, lightly scornful. "What occult meaning has a sun-dial for the spooney? Im sure I dont want to read riddles in a strange gentlemans optics."
: Whosoever shall seek to save his life shall lose it; and whosoever shall lose his life shall preserve it. (Luke 17:33)
: Keep sharpening the blade, youll soon blunt it. (Lau Tsu, Tao Te Ching 9)
: Riddle me this, meaning Answer the following question.
: You have to riddle the gravel before you lay it on the road.
: The machinegun fire began to riddle the poor Afghanis.
: Your argument is riddled with errors.
*: Sculptured on alabaster obelisk, / Or jasper tomb, or mutilated sphinx...
*: Constance said boastfully, ‘My sphinxes are strong and in good repair. I order you to come.’
: a marble sphinxed chimney-piece
: A hot lion with a very bloated stomach ... will adopt either a sphinxed or a squatting posture which takes some of the weight off its belly.
: Several animals maintained either a crouched ... or a sphinxing posture (abdomen on the floor)
: (1900) The sphinxèd riddle of the Universe / Natures unsolved enigma, who may prove?
: (1933) Janet Gaynor, so they tell, is sphinxing it and has gone into a Retirement, with "Nothing to Say — Please Go Away" written on the doormat.
: (1934) The men of science will climb grassy hillsides of [Easter] island to peer at hundreds of great stone faces that have so far out-sphinxed the sphinx in determined silence about the past.
: (1954) "What are you two sphinxing about?" said Jessica, but her husband said Never mind
: (1964) What with Fisher whole-hogging on one side, and K. of K. sphinxing on the other, Churchill had his work cut out to get any sort of agreement at all.
: (1933) Perhaps Nature is sphinxing us on purpose. Whatever her objects may be, perhaps she gets her work done better when she appeals to our gambling instincts. If you knew for certain exactly how your marriage was going to turn out ...
: (2010) She swiveled and sphinxed Giles. And you, I suppose youve never been here either? Giles squirmed. Well, I – that is, Miss Wh—, I mean, Miss Taylor, I – He looked to me for rescue.
: (1986) modernisms fears of being sphinxed by a feminized mass culture[[Category:en:Mythological creatures]]----
: Where he went after he left the house is a puzzle.
: to be in a puzzle
*: A very shrewd disputant in those points is dexterous in puzzling others, if they be not thoroughpaced speculators in those great theories.
*: He is perpetually puzzled and perplexed amidst his own blunders.
*: The ways of Heaven are dark and intricate, / Puzzled in mazes, and perplexed with error.
*: They disentangle from the puzzled skein.
: Walk down the street.
: I live on the street down from Joyce Avenue.
*: Toaster is street for guns.
: Hes streets ahead of his sister in all the subjects in school.
*: England were once again static in their few attacks, only Tuilagis bullocking runs offering any threat, Flood reduced to aiming a long-range drop-goal pit which missed by a street.
: I got some pot cheap on the street.
: ux|en|Street cat.
: ux|en|Street urchin.
*: Eric had to admit that she looked street—upscale street, but still street. Kaylas look tended to change with the seasons; at the moment it was less Goth than paramilitary, with laced jump boots.
*: There are few Places this ?ide the Alps better built, and ?o well ?treeted as this; and none at all ?o well girt with Ba?tions and Ramparts, which in ?ome places are ?o ?pacious, that they u?ually take the Air in Coaches upon the very Walls, which are beautified with divers rows of Trees and plea?ant Walks.
*: After all, Thomas, in whose thinking Aristotle and Christ combine as never before or since, was censured by the Church, fortunately in absentia, after he had been " absented" from this little threshing floor, streeted with straw, our earth, and was, presumably, dwelling in beatific felicity, in any case, safe from Bishop Tempier.
*: There is a cemetery next to the Mission, a small part of the huge one which was streeted over.
*: Stage doormen and all sorts of doormen are very quick at streeting a man who won&
*: Wearing his custom-made silks, McCarthy duly rode the horse a treat as they streeted the opposition and helped connections clean up the bookies.
*: But when I came back in Round 14, the team had lost only two of those previous 13 games, we were sitting with Melbourne at the top of the premiership table and the two clubs had virtually streeted the rest of the competition.
*: Pennant winners Kansas City and nearest rivals St. Paul had streeted the Western League in 1901, but were brought back to the field in 1902 by a powerful Omaha outfit who just missed out on the pennant, their .600 win-loss percentage just outdone by Kansas Citys .603.
*: He points to the success of a recent Destiny&
*: A person I met streeting in Osaka told me the above Kanji examples as well as many others that I have since forgot.
*: Although streeting or tracting, as the first two contacting methods are known, tend to produce negligible results when seen through a broad sociological lens, there was often something about meeting American missionaries that appealed to our Japanese Latter-day Saints.
*: They streeted the rest of the afternoon, and each picked up an intro lesson. They went back to the church after dinner.