|hoitaa englanniksi||deal fi, sort out fi, deal with fi, about fi, cure fi, nurture fi, serve fi, tend fi, nurse fi, conduct fi, swing fi, care fi, play fi, handle fi, square away fi|
: ux|en|We gave three deals of grain in tribute to the king.
*: And so they alle bare hym vnto the hermytage / and vnarmed hym / and layd hym in his bedde / & euer more his wound bledde pytously / but he stered no lymme of hym / Thenne the knyghte heremyte put a thynge in his nose and a lytel dele of water in his mouthe / And thenne sir launcelot waked of his swoune / and thenne the heremyte staunched his bledynge
*: There is a vast deal of difference in memories, as well as in every thing else, and therefore you should make allowance for your cousin, and pity her deficiency.
*: There is a deal of obscurity concerning the identity of the species thus multitudinously baptized.
: The fighting is over; now we deal out the spoils of victory.
*: Rome deals out her blessings and her gold.
*: "Away, proud woman!" said the Lady; "who ever knew so well as thou to deal the deepest wounds under the pretence of kindness and courtesy?"
: I was dealt four aces.
: The cards were shuffled and dealt by the croupier.
: The whole crowd waited for him to deal a real humdinger.
*: Mr. Brownlow contrived to state his case; observing that, in the surprise of the moment, he had run after the boy because he saw him running away; and expressing his hope that, if the magistrate should believe him, although not actually the thief, to be connected with thieves; he would deal as leniently with him as justice would allow.
*: In Deheubarth that now South-wales is hight, / What time king Ryence raignd, and dealed right [...].
*: Wel said syr Uwayne go on your waye, and lete me dele.
: She deals in gold.
: This club takes a dim view of members who deal drugs.
*: Science, it cannot be too often repeated, deals with tangible phenomena.
*: Then there was the sound of a struggle, and I knew that the attendants were dealing with him.
: I cant deal with this.
: I didn’t have a good deal all evening.
: I believe its your deal.
: We need to finalise the deal with Henderson by midnight.
*: The deal, which overtakes the £50m paid to Liverpool by Chelsea for Fernando Torres in January 2011 as the highest paid by a British club, takes United’s summer spend to £130.7m, following the £27m spent on Luke Shaw, the £28m for Ander Herrera and £16m for Marcos Rojo.
*: You also have to look at the kind of mortgage deals available to you and whether you will be able to trade up to the kind of property you are looking for.
*: California lawmakers, their state broke and its credit rating shot, finally sealed the deal with the governor Monday night on a plan to close a $26 billion budget gap.
: He made a deal with the devil.
: "Ive never killed anybody before. I dont see whats the big deal."
: Line spoken by character played by John Travolta in the movie Broken Arrow.
: Whats the deal?
: The deal with four tines is called a pitchfork.
: A plain deal table
*: She glanced round the kitchen. It was small and curious to her, with its glittering kissing-bunch, its evergreens behind the pictures, its wooden chairs and little deal table.
*: Through the open door you see a red-tiled floor, a large wooden bed, and on a deal table a ewer and a basin.
: Its a bit confused at the moment, Ill try to sort it out later.
: Could you call Dave and sort out a meeting for tomorrow?
: The computer wont let me delete that file; could you sort it out?
: Could you sort out your wardrobe and put the clothes you no longer use in one pile to give away and another to throw away?
: We need to sort out the problems we can solve from the ones we cant.
: Theyve already sorted out the students in group A, so we just need to worry about groups B and C.
: If you do that again, Ill soon sort you out.
: - Hey man, I want some weed.
- Ill sort you out, mate.
: We really need to sort Chris out with a girlfriend.
: ux|en|This book deals with incest.
: ux|en|The teacher knew how to deal with these lazy students.
: ux|en|Let us deal with the case of China.
: ux|en|We deal with having just a gallon of gas. Thankfully hed dealt with such issues before, so he had all the necessary experience.
: ux|en|I can deal with this crew of workers.
: ux|en|He deals fairly with his employees.
*: So look about you; know you any here?
*: Let not mercy and truth forsake thee: bind them about thy neck; write them upon the table of thine heart:
*: Therefore I know she is about my height.
*: And he went out about the third hour, and saw others standing idle in the marketplace
*: Behold, to morrow about this time I will cause it to rain a very grievous hail, such as hath not been in Egypt since the foundation thereof even until now.
*: And when Paul was now about to open his mouth, Gallio said unto the Jews, If it were a matter of wrong or wicked lewdness, O ye Jews, reason would that I should bear with you:
*: [It] was held, that the latter requirement was fulfilled by an affidavit declaring that "the defendant was about leaving the State permanently."
*: (Note: This use passes into the [[adverbial]] sense.)
: ux|en|the show is about to start; I am not about to admit to your crime
*: At this assurance the traveller rose, and approached Alice softly. He drew away her hands from her face, when she said gently, "Have you much money about you?"
*: "Oh the mercenary baggage!" said the traveller to himself; and then replied aloud "Why, pretty one? Do you sell your kisses so high, then?"
*: That heard the Adversary, who, roving still / About the world, at that assembly famed ...
*: He had been known, during several years, as a small poet; and some of the most savage lampoons which were handed about the coffeehouses were imputed to him.
*: And he said unto them, How is it that ye sought me? wist ye not that I must be about my Fathers business?
*: RON: And Ill have the number 8.
*: WAITER: Thats a party platter, it serves 12 people.
*: RON: I know what Im about, son.
: ux|en|He knew more about what was occurring than anyone.
*: I already have made way / To some Philistian lords, with whom to treat / About thy ransom.
*: "Ill tell you what, Fanny: she must have her way about Sarah Thompson. You can see her to-morrow and tell her so."
: ux|en|He has his wits about him.
*: Why, then, I see, ‘tis time to look about, / When every boy Alphonsus dares control.
*: And withal they learn to be idle, wandering about from house to house; and not only idle, but tattlers also and busybodies, speaking things which they ought not.
*: He and Gerald usually challenged the rollers in a sponson canoe when Gerald was there for the weekend; or, when Lansing came down, the two took long swims seaward or cruised about in Geralds dory, clad in their swimming-suits; and Selwyns youth became renewed in a manner almost ridiculous,nb....
: ux|en|about as cold; about as high
*: And the children of Levi did according to the word of Moses: and there fell of the people that day about three thousand men.
*: “Heavens!” exclaimed Nina, “the blue-stocking and the fogy!—and yours are pale blue, Eileen!—you’re about as self-conscious as Drina—slumping there with your hair tumbling à la Mérode! Oh, its very picturesque, of course, but a straight spine and good grooming is better.nb...”
: ux|en|to face about; to turn ones self about
*: Mr. Carter, whose back had been turned, turned about and faced his niece.
: ux|en|a mile about, and a third of a mile across
*: Nothing daunted, the fleet put to sea, and after sailing about the island for some time, a landing was effected in the west of Munster.
: ux|en|out and about; up and about
*: John, I have observed that you are often out and about of nights, sometimes as late as half past seven or eight.nb...
*: To my mind, transportation engineering is similar to flying in the 1930s — it has been about for some time but it has taken the present economic jolt to shake it out of its infancy, in the same way that the war started the development of flying to its current stage.
*: Although it has been about for some time now, I like the typeface Sauna.
*: Is not this sudden interest in capturing CO2 — and it has been about for a little while — simply another hidey-hole for the government to creep into?
: ux|en|After my bout with Guillan-Barre Syndrome, it took me 6 months to be up and about again.
*: Past hope! past cure!
*: I do cures to-day and to-morrow.
*: Cold, hunger, prisons, ills without a cure.
*: the proper cure of such prejudices
*: Of study took he most cure and most heed.
*: vicarages of great cure, but small value
*: The appropriator was the incumbent parson, and had the cure of the souls of the parishioners.
: ux|en|Unaided nature cured him.
*: Whose smile and frown, like to Achilles spear, / Is able with the change to kill and cure.
: ux|en|Unaided nature cured his ailments.
: ux|en|Experience will cure him of his naïveté.
: ux|en|The smoke and heat cures the meat.
: ux|en|The meat was put in the smokehouse to cure.
: ux|en|The parts were curing in the autoclave.
*: One desperate grief cures with anothers languish.
*: A man neither by nature nor by nurture wise.
*: The relationships between universal norms and specific norms nurture the development of international law.
: Whose serve is it?
*: He had no power serve of his own, no backhand, no volley, no lob, no idea of pace or tactics.
*: The first serve of the game is from the right half court to the half diagonally opposite.
*: Against a serve of the calibre of McEnroe?s, an opponent will try to anticipate the ball?s direction and lean either to the left or to the right, depending on where he feels the server will go.
*: The night before your event, base your evening meal on high-carbohydrate foods with a small serve of lean protein.
*: Come here for a cappuccino that could hold its own on Via Veneto in Rome (€2) and a serve of their crunchy fresh cheese börek.
*: Reintroduce protein; add a small serve of salmon, tuna or sardines every second day (tinned variety or fresh).
*: Smirnoff Appleback was a finished drink, comprising a 50ml serve of Smirnoff, with ice and lemonade or ginger ale and equating to 1.9 units.
*: One serve of carbohydrates is approximately equal to a slice of bread, a piece of fruit, third of a cup of cooked rice, half a cup of grains, cereals, starchy vegetables or cooked pasta, 200 grams of plain yoghurt, or 300 millilitres of milk.
*: And yet this is not the office of a Priest, but of Him whom the Priest should serve.
*: And, truly, Mrs Abigail, I must needs say, I served my master contentedly while he was living, but I will serve no man living (that is, no man that is not living) without double wages.
*: You may be a businessman or some high-degree thief, / They may call you Doctor or they may call you Chief / But youre gonna have to serve somebody.
*: That night Annie served him grilled halibut and English peas, plus tomatoes, of course, and a salad.
*: They also serve who only stand and wait.
*: About twenty minutes after waiters served the soup, a guest got up and left.
*: I mock them all who have served me ill of late and chiefly this cheat of Judah, whose temple we have plundered and whose golden vessels are my wash-pots.
*: That gentle Lady, whom I loue and serue.
*: So, while the sycophantic liberal media calls any and all opposition to Obama racist, they give Obama carte blanche to exploit his race whenever it serves his purpose.
*: The bust also served to remind the public that the Mafia is not harmless.
*: 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.nb.... Ikey the blacksmith had forged us a spearhead after a sketch from a picture of a Greek warrior; and a rake-handle served as a shaft.
*: Maybe the volcanic eruption will serve as a wake-up call to such companies that they need to modernise their risk management.
*: On the morning of February 28, 1993, ATF agents gathered at a staging area near Waco and prepared to serve a search warrant on the Branch Davidians residence.
: ux|en|to serve a witness with a subpoena
*: In womens tennis the need to serve more effectively has become greater in recent years because the game is being played more aggressively, and rallies are becoming shorter as a result.
*: Conception means that a cow is served by a bull and that she becomes pregnant.
*: Some reports suggested he would quit the army if he was not allowed to serve abroad in a war zone.
*: John T. Greble, of the 2d regular artillery, was likewise killed instantly by a ball through the head, while serving his gun in the face of the foe.
*: The Guangzhou Daily reported that Shi Chunlong, 20, who organised the incident, was sentenced to 15 years in prison. Hou Bin, who pulled out of the attack after helping to plan it, will serve 12 years.
: They tend to go out on Saturdays.
: It tends to snow here in winter.
: We need to tend to the garden, which has become a mess.
: Shepherds tend their flocks.
*: Theres not a sparrow or a wren, / Theres not a blade of autumn grain, / Which the four seasons do not tend / And tides of life and increase lend.
*: Was he not companion with the riotous knights / That tend upon my father?
*: Being to descend / A ladder much in height, I did not tend / My way well down.
: They hired a nurse to care for their young boy
: The nurse made her rounds through the hospital ward
*:Francis Urquhart: Right. Mackenzie. Health. No chance of getting him into a [[demo]] at a hospital, I suppose?
Tim Stamper: Doesnt go to hospitals any more. Kept getting beaten up by the nurses... I think he has trouble getting insured now.
*: the nurse of manly sentiment and heroic enterprise
: She believes that nursing her baby will make him strong and healthy.
: She nursed him back to health.
: She nursed the rosebush and that season it bloomed.
: Would you like to nurse the puppy?
*: It is to our interest to let Lee and Johnston come together, just as a billiard-player would nurse the balls when he has them in a nice place.
*: There are other restrictions imposed upon the conduct of war, not by the law of nature primarily, but by the laws of war first, and by the law of nature as seconding and ratifying the laws of war.
*: the conduct of the state, the administration of its affairs
*: Conduct of armies is a princes art.
*: ... attacked the Spaniards ... with great impetuosity, but with so little conduct, that his forces were totally routed.
: Good conduct will be rewarded and likewise poor conduct will be punished.
*: All these difficulties were increased by the conduct of Shrewsbury.
*: What in the conduct of our life appears / So well designed, so luckily begun, / But when we have our wish, we wish undone?
*: the book of Job, in conduct and diction
*: I will be your conduct.
*: In my conduct shall your ladies come.
*: although thou hast been conduct of my chame
*: I can conduct you, lady, to a low / But loyal cottage, where you may be safe.
: to conduct the affairs of a kingdom
*: Little skilled in the art of conducting a siege.
: He conducted himself well.
*: For a while, Walter Pohlmann, a well-known German conductor, conducted the orchestra in Compound 3. Later, Willi Mets, who had conducted the world-renowned Leipzig Symphony Orchestra, conducted the Compound 3 orchestra.
: The plant swung in the breeze.
*: With one accord the tribe swung rapidly toward the frightened cries, and there found Terkoz holding an old female by the hair and beating her unmercifully with his great hands.
: The children laughed as they swung.
: It wasnt long before the crowds mood swung towards restless irritability.
: He swung his sword as hard as he could.
: If it’s not too expensive, I think we can swing it.
: "to swing ones partner", or simply "to swing"
: The lathe can swing a pulley of 12 inches diameter.
: A ship swings with the tide.
: ux|en|He worked tirelessly to improve his golf swing.
: ux|en|Door swing indicates direction the door opens.
: ux|en|the swing of a pendulum
: The polls showed a wide swing to Labour.
*: Take thy swing.
*: To prevent anything which may prove an obstacle to the full swing of his genius.
*: Than Feraunte his cosyn had grete care and cryed full lowdenb....
: ux|en|Care should be taken when holding babies.
*: I thank thee for thy care and honest pains.
: ux|en|I dont have a care in the world.
: ux|en|dental care
*: Beside those things that are without, that which cometh upon me daily, the care of all the churches.
: ux|en|in care
*: Right sorrowfully mourning her bereaved cares.
: ux|en|I dont care what you think.
: ux|en|Young children can learn to care for a pet.
: ux|en|Would you care for another slice of cake?
: ux|en|Would you care to dance?
: ux|en|They played long and hard.
*: A youngster...listed some of the things his pet did not do:...go on vacation, play in the same way that he did with his friends, and so on.
*: We had to play for an hour, so that meant that we didnt have time to play and joke around.
: ux|en|He plays on three teams. nowrap|Whos playing now? nowrap|play football; nowrap|play sports; nowrap|play games
*: Her proper face / I not descerned in that darkesome shade, / But weend it was my loue, with whom he playd.
: ux|en|He plays the King, and shes the Queen. nowrap|No part of the brain plays the role of permanent memory.
*: If your guitar plays well on fretted strings but annoys you on the open ones, the nuts probably worn out.
: ux|en|Ive practiced the piano off and on, and I still cant play very well.
: ux|en|Ill play the piano and you sing. nowrap|Can you play an instrument? nowrap|We especially like to play jazz together. nowrap|Play a song for me. nowrap|Do you know how to play Für Elise? nowrap|My son thinks he can play music.
: ux|en|You can play the DVD now.
: ux|en|His latest film is playing in the local theatre tomorrow.
*: I got a hold of Louis (Satchmo) Armstrongs agent and I explained to him on the phone that, "I know youre playing London on Wednesday night. Why dont you come and play the Arena in Windsor on Saturday night?"
: ux|en|to play a comedy
*: Thou canst play the rational if thou wilt.
*: Playing hard to get is not the same as slamming the door in someones face.
*: Now, surveying his final link, he had the nice advantage of being able to play coy with established port cities that desperately wanted his proven railroad.
*: Instead, they played dumb, remained silent, and did their classwork.
*: Men are apt to play with their healths.
*: His mother played false with a smith.
: ux|en|to play tricks
*: Nature here / Wantoned as in her prime, and played at will / Her virgin fancies.
*: The Bat—they called him the Bat.nb.... Hed never been in stir, the bulls had never mugged him, he didnt run with a mob, he played a lone hand, and fenced his stuff so that even the fence couldnt swear he knew his face.
: ux|en|The fountain plays.
*: The heart beats, the blood circulates, the lungs play.
*: The colonel and his sponsor made a queer contrast: Greystone [the sponsor] long and stringy, with a face that seemed as if a cold wind was eternally playing on it.
*: even as the waving sedges play with wind
*: The setting sun / Plays on their shining arms and burnished helmets.
*: All fame is foreign but of true desert, / Plays round the head, but comes not to the heart.
: ux|en|to play cannon upon a fortification; nowrap|to play a trump in a card game
: ux|en|You played me!
*: She was fond of all boys plays, and greatly preferred cricket ... to dolls ...
: We saw a two-act play in the theatre.
: No wonder the fanbelt is slipping: there’s too much play in it.
: Too much play in a steering wheel may be dangerous.
*: The rarity of male domination in fantasy play is readily explained.
*: Palm Springs M seeks sane F 4 safe bdsm play
*: There were none of the usual restrictions on public nudity or sexual interaction in the club environment. Still, the night was young, and as hed made his way to the bar to order Mistress Ramona a gin and tonic, hed seen little in the way of play.
*: This type of play allows some people to relax and enjoy being given pleasure without having to think about giving pleasure back at the same time.
*: They overturned him to all his interests by the sure but fatal handle of his own good nature.
: The daily handle of a Las Vegas casino is typically millions of dollars.
: This article describes how to find the module name from the window handle.
*: Josh bought a fifth of Evan Williams for Andrew as a token of gratitude and Ray, because of the financial constraints, purchased the cheapest handle of whiskey he could find: Heaven Hill.
: the Handle of the Sug in Newfoundland
*: Happy, ye leaves! when as those lilly hands [...] Shall handle you.
*: Handle me, and see; for a spirit hath not flesh.
*: [...] about his altar, handling holy things
*: Encourage the client to handle her breasts to grow accustomed to touching them, thus enabling milk production in the first few days after birth.
*: The hardness of the winters forces the breeders to house and handle their colts six months every year.
*: That fellow handles his bow like a crowkeeper
*: Light on his feet for a big man, he handled the rifle like a pistol.
*: You shall see how Ill handle her
*: “You also handle the accounts for Julie Wojakowski, what about her? Any recent deposits in that amount?”
*: How wert thou handled being prisoner?
: she handled the news with grace, the Persians handled the French ambassador shamefully
*: We will handle what persons are apt to envy others...
*: If traditional painting handled the same themes again and again, a truth which people are apt to overlook is that we often get startlingly different compositions of the same theme or episode.
: a merchant handles a variety of goods, or a large stock
*: They that handle the law knew me not
: I cant handle this hot weather.
*: For example, a program that loads data from a file needs to handle the case where that file is not found.
*: They [idols made of gold and silver] have hands, but they handle not
: the car handles well
: I have almost squared away the last of the paperwork from that job.
*: Accordingly, when the wheel was relieved at eight oclock, the order was given to keep her due north, and all hands were turned up to square away the yards and make sail.