paljon englanniksi   much fi, quite fi, a lot fi


*: Thenne launcelot vnbarred the dore / and with his lyfte hand he held it open a lytel / so that but one man myghte come in attones / and soo there came strydyng a good knyghte a moche man and large / and his name was Colgreuaunce / of Gore / and he with a swerd strake at syr launcelot my?tely and he put asyde the stroke

*: As it was, he did nothing with much zeal, but sport; and his time was otherwise trifled away, without benefit from books or anything else.

*: Unless matters take a nastier turn, neither side has much incentive to compromise.

*: ye shall not nede to seke hym soo ferre sayd the Kynge / for as I here saye sir Launcelot will abyde me and yow in the Ioyous gard / and moche peple draweth vnto hym as I here saye

*: When Jesus was come downe from the mountayne, moch people folowed him.

*: There wasnt much people about that day.

*: They got so much things to say right now, they got so much things to say.

: ux|en|I dont like fish much.

: ux|en|He is much fatter than I remember him.

: ux|en|He left her, much to the satisfaction of her other suitor.

*: They stayed together during three dances, went out on to the terrace, explored wherever they were permitted to explore, paid two visits to the buffet, and enjoyed themselves much in the same way as if they had been school-children surreptitiously breaking loose from an assembly of grown-ups.

: ux|en|Does he get drunk much?

: From those to whom much has been given much is expected.

*: Thus when they had the witch disrobed quight, / And all her filthy feature open showne, / They let her goe at will, and wander wayes vnknowne.

*: Nobuyoshi Araki has been called a monster, a pornographer and a genius - and the photographer quite agrees.

*: Margaret passed quite through the pines, and reached the opening beyond which was what was once the yard, but was now, except for a strip of flower-border and turf which showed care, simply a tangle of bushes and briars.

*: Religion and parochial etiquette are probed to reveal unhealthy, and sometimes shockingly violent, internal desires quite at odds with the surface life of a town in which tolerance is preached.

*: El Adrea was quite dead. No more will he slink silently upon his unsuspecting prey.

*: In Lejeuneaceae vegetative branches normally originate from the basiscopic basal portion of a lateral segment half, as in the Radulaceae, and the associated leaves, therefore, are quite unmodified.

*: When I warned him that his words might be offensive to identical twins, he said that identical twins were a quite different case.

*: Create a new, quite separate, private company – say Murdoch Newspaper Holdings – and give it all, or most of, the papers that News Corp owns.

*: I ventured to hint that he was not quite a fair judge, as Churchill had attacked him violently.

*: And with a prolonged sound, not quite a sniff and not quite a snort, he trod on Euphemias toe, and went out, leaving a sensation and a faint scent of barley?sugar behind him.

*: However, the proceedings were quite carefully orchestrated to produce what seemed to be a predetermined outcome.

*: Higher education institutions in the UK are, quite rightly, largely autonomous.

*: "My little plot has been rather successful, after all, hasnt it?" "Quite a perfect success," said Drake.

*: While the government claims to lead the world with its plans to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, the figures tell quite a different story.

*: “My Continental prominence is improving,” I commented dryly. ¶ Von Lindowe cut at a furze bush with his silver-mounted rattan. ¶ “Quite so,” he said as dryly, his hand at his mustache. “I may say if your intentions were known your life would not be worth a curse.”

*: London Underground is quite unique in how many front line staff it has, as anyone who has travelled on the Paris Metro or New York Subway will testify.

*: Laploshka was one of the meanest men I have ever met, and quite one of the most entertaining.

*: Scaramouche has already been greeted as the finest French Revolution yet brought to the screen-and even if you are a little weary of seeing a strongly American band of sans-culottes demolish a pasteboard Paris, you should not miss Scaramouche, for it is quite the best thing Rex Ingram has done since The Four Horsemen.

*: To debauch the Indians with rum and cheat them of their land was quite a Government affair, and not at all criminal; but to use rum to cheat them of their peltry, was an abomination in the sight of the law.

*: “Looks like you and Clay had quite a party,” she said with a glimmer in her dark blue eyes.

*: It is quite the proper thing for a lady to be on intimate, and even on affectionate, terms with her favourite clergyman, and Lizzie certainly had intercourse with no clergyman who was a greater favourite with her than Mr. Emilius.

*: His memoir features a child named Tommy Nothing Fancy who suffers from and dies of a seizure disorder. Quite the coincidence, dont you think?

: ux|en|I have a lot of things to say.

: ux|en|A lot depends on whether your parents agree.

: Thanks a lot for listening to me.

: Its a lot harder than it looks.

: I go swimming a lot.

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