|karata englanniksi||elope, bolt, desert, escape, abscond, stray, flee|
*: My younger sister has left all her friends-- has eloped; has thrown herself into the power of-- of Mr. Wickham.
*: Although Cecilia was the youngest of the surviving Thrale daughters, she had been the first to marry, eloping to Gretna Green in 1795 with John Meredith Mostyn of neighboring Llewesog Lodge. Both were underage.
*: Although they had eloped in Vegas, shed insisted he wear a tuxedo and she buy a wedding dress at one of the local stores.
*: They knew each other for maybe a month before they eloped in Vegas.
*: He had been intended by his father for trade, but his spirit, soaring above the occupation for which he was designed, from repining led him to resist, and from resisting, to rebel. He eloped from his friends, and contrived to enter the army.
*: That horrid girl of mine has been trying to run away. I had not a notion of her being such a little devil before, she seemed to have all the Vernon milkiness; but on receiving the letter in which I declared my intention about Sir James, she actually attempted to elope; at least, I cannot otherwise account for her doing it. She meant, I suppose, to go to the Clarkes in Staffordshire, for she has no other acquaintances.
*: There was the noise of a bolt shot back, and the door opened a few inches, enough to show a long [[snout]] and a pair of sleepy blinking eyes.
: The problems solution struck him like a bolt from the blue.
*: With a bolt of fright he remembered that there was no bathroom in the Hobhouse Room. He leapt along the corridor in a panic, stopping by the long-case clock at the end where he flattened himself against the wall.
*: Not only were the old sails being mended, but new sails were coming on board, and bolts of canvas, and coils of rigging; in short, everything betokened that the ship’s preparations were hurrying to a close.
: The horse made a bolt.
*: This gentleman was so hopelessly involved that he contemplated a bolt to America — or anywhere.
*: Away with him to prison! Lay bolts enough upon him.
: Bolt the vice to the bench.
: Bolt the door.
*: If that double-bolted land, Japan, is ever to become hospitable, it is the whale-ship alone to whom the credit will be due; for already she is on the threshold.
: Seeing the snake, the horse bolted.
: The actor forgot his line and bolted from the stage.
*: This Puck seems but a dreaming dolt, ... / And oft out of a bush doth bolt.
: to bolt a rabbit
*: His cloudless thunder bolted on their heads.
: Lettuce and spinach will bolt as the weather warms up.
*: Some hawks and owls bolt their prey whole, and after an interval of from twelve to twenty hours disgorge pellets.
: Come on, everyone, bolt your drinks; I want to go to the next pub!
*: I hate when Vice can bolt her arguments.
: The soldiers stood bolt upright for inspection.
*: [He] came bolt up against the heavy dragoon.
: Graham flour is unbolted flour.
*: ill schooled in bolted language
*: Time and nature will bolt out the truth of things.
: rfquotek|Ben Jonson
*: Not thus the land appeard in ages past, / A dreary desert and a gloomy waste.
*: He declared that the country was an intellectual desert; that he was famishing for spiritual aliment, and for discourse on matters beyond mere nuggets, prospectings, and the price of gold.
*: So the question that is commonly asked is, why put a media incubator in a media desert and have it managed by a civil servant?
: They were marooned on a desert island in the Pacific.
*: He ... went aside privately into a desert place.
*: Full many a flower is born to blush unseen, / And waste its sweetness on the desert air.
: You cant just drive off and desert me here, in the middle of nowhere.
: Anyone found deserting will be shot.
: ux|en|The prisoners escaped by jumping over a wall.
*: sailors that escaped the wreck
: ux|en|He only got a fine and so escaped going to jail.
: ux|en|The children climbed out of the window to escape the fire.
: ux|en|Luckily, I escaped with only a fine.
: ux|en|The name of the hotel escapes me at present.
*: They escaped the search of the enemy.
*: If the data for a URI component would conflict with the reserved purpose, then the conflicting data must be escaped before forming the URI.
: ux|en|When using the "bash" shell, you can escape the ampersand character with a backslash.
: ux|en|Brion escaped the double quote character on Windows by adding a second double quote within the literal.
: The prisoners made their escape by digging a tunnel.
: You forgot to insert an escape in the datastream.
*: I should have been more accurate, and corrected all those former escapes.
*: thousand escapes of wit
*: the Marmotto, ... which absconds all Winter doth ... live upon its own Fat.
*: ... that very homesickness which, in regular armies, drives so many recruits to abscond at the risk of stripes and of death.
*: Spring beckons! All things to the call respond;
The trees are leaving and cashiers abscond.
*: Modern technology accompanies the absconding of the original attitude.
*: You cannot abscond from the responsibility both you and your partner owe to this event, and that includes dealing with anger issues and any other emotional issues that come with it.
*: “They try to abscond his wages [...]” not valid for attestation-->
: The captain absconded his responsibility
*: If the distress situation is solved succesfully, the anonymous shipowner will reap the commercial benefit, if the situation ends in disaster, the shipowner will hide behind an anonymous post box in a foreign country and will abscond responsibility.
*: Thames among the wanton valleys strays.
*: It was a derby that left Manchester United a long way back in Manchester City’s wing-mirrors and, in the worst moments, straying dangerously close to being their own worst enemy.
*: Hath not else his eye / Strayed his affection in unlawful love,
: a stray comma
: ux|en|The prisoner tried to flee, but was caught by the guards.
: ux|en|Many people fled the country as war [[loomed]].
: ux|en|Thousands of people moved northward trying to flee the [[drought]].
: ux|en|Ethereal products flee once freely exposed to air.