|räkä englanniksi||rheum fi, snivel fi, rook sv, prawn sv, shrimp sv, snot fi, loogie fi, gob fi, shave sv, meet sv, rake sv, straight sv, chance sv|
*: He wore about his shoulders a heavy cloak; his pale face was drawn and his voice broken with rheum.
*: he...had all his faculties free and easie, onely a rheume excepted that fell into his stomacke.
: rfquotek|Sir Walter Scott
*: The rook ... should be treated as the farmers friend.
*: Some had spent a week in Jersey before coming to Guernsey; and, from what Paddy had heard, they really do know how to rook the visitors over there.
: Shes a prawn!
*: Butter well a deep dish, upon which place a thick layer of pounded biscuit; having picked and boiled your shrimps, put them upon the biscuit; a layer of shrimps, with small pieces of butter, a little pepper, mace or nutmeg.
*: Shrimp farming is in its infancy in Africa. but Asia has most of the worlds shrimp farms.
*: Americas favorite seafood, shrimp has always been a big seller at the Home Port. On any given day, we usually served around 40 to 50 pounds of shrimp.
*: Most shrimps belong to one of several families of the Infraorder Caridea (Chapter 4). However, coral shrimps and Venus shrimps are so different from the rest that a separate infraorder is warranted.
*: Fishing, shrimping and crabbing are permitted on designated areas of the refuge subject to the following conditions:....
*: Although the line is not always sharply drawn, offshore shrimping and inshore shrimping require different strategies.
*: There were times we shrimped in the same boat due to breakdowns and such, but for the most part we each had our own separate boat. We started out using outboard motor boats. However, shrimping with an outboard is pretty hard.
: - You are a snot! You are a snot!
: - No Im not!
*: These inventors have discovered that gobs may be fed at widely spaced times without allowing the glass to flow during the interval but instead flushessic out the chilled glass which accumulates during the dwell.
: He?s always stuffing his gob with fast food.
: Oi, you, shut your gob!
: Shes got such a gob on her – she?s always gossiping about someone or other.
: He spat a big ball of gob on to the pavement.
*: For the first time in history, new warship crews are virtually “prefabricated” by modern methods of fitting the gob to the job.
*: Taking a safe average of 2,000 rehabilitated young gobs a year, that?s a total of 100,000 years of salvaged manhood, a target worth shooting at.
*: This consisted in wheeling gob back to the most distant part of the stope and filling up the sets right up to the roof.
*: I liked to gob up two or three worms on a snelled hook, pinch three or four split shot onto the leader, and plunk it into the dark water.
*: The labourer with the bending scythe is seen / Shaving the surface of the waving green.
: I had little time to shave this morning.
*: Now shaves with level wing the deep.
*: ... I watched for sunken stones; I was learning to clap my teeth smartly before my heart flew out, when I shaved by a fluke some infernal sly old snag that would have ripped the life out of the tin–pot steamboat and drowned all the pilgrims; ...
: I instructed the barber to give me a shave.
: rfquotek|N. Biddle
: ux|en|Fancy meeting you here! Guess who I met at the supermarket today?
: ux|en|Lets meet at the station at 9 oclock. Shall we meet at 8 p.m in our favorite chatroom?
: ux|en|Im pleased to meet you! Id like you to meet a colleague of mine.
: ux|en|I met my husband through a mutual friend at a party. It wasnt love at first sight; in fact, we couldnt stand each other at first!
*: Captain Edward Carlisle...felt a curious sensation of helplessness seize upon him as he met her steady gaze,nb...; he could not tell what this prisoner might do. He cursed the fate which had assigned such a duty, cursed especially that fate which forced a gallant soldier to meet so superb a woman as this under handicap so hard.
: ux|en|I met with them several times. The government ministers met today to start the negotiations.
*: At half-past nine on this Saturday evening, the parlour of the Salutation Inn, High Holborn, contained most of its customary visitors....In former days every tavern of repute kept such a room for its own select circle, a club, or society, of habitués, who met every evening, for a pipe and a cheerful glass.
*: Sir said Epynegrys is þt the rule of yow arraunt knyghtes for to make a knyght to Iuste will he or nyll / As for that sayd Dynadan make the redy / for here is for me / And there with al they spored theyr horses & mett to gyders soo hard that Epynegrys smote doune sir Dynadan
*: Weapons more violent, when next we meet, / May serve to better us and worse our foes.
: ux|en|England and Holland will meet in the final.
: ux|en|The two streets meet at a crossroad half a mile away.
*: Captain Edward Carlisle, soldier as he was, martinet as he was, felt a curious sensation of helplessness seize upon him as he met her steady gaze, her alluring smile; he could not tell what this prisoner nowrap|might do.
: ux|en|The right wing of the car met the column in the garage, leaving a dent.
: ux|en|The carpet meets the wall at this side of the room. The forest meets the sea along this part of the coast.
: ux|en|This proposal meets my requirements. The company agrees to meet the cost of any repairs.
: ux|en|The eye met a horrid sight. He met his fate.
*: Of vice or virtue, whether blest or curst, / Which meets contempt, or which compassion first.
: OK, lets arrange a meet with Tyler and ask him.
*: 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.
: ux|en|Jim has had a rake of trouble with his new car.
: ux|en|The train was formed of a locomotive and a rake of six coaches.
: We raked all the leaves into a pile
: Detectives appeared, roped the curious people out of the grounds, and raked the place for clews. -- Captain John Blaine
*: raking in Chaucer for antiquated words
*: The statesman rakes the town to find a plot.
: the enemy machine guns raked the roadway
: Her sharp fingernails raked the side of my face.
*: like clouds that rake the mountain summits
: The casino is just raking in the cash; its like a license to print money.
*: Pas could not stay, but over him did rake.
: A mast rakes aft.
*: The Spectator
*:: We now have rakes in the habit of Roman senators, and grave politicians in the dress of Rakes. — the Spectator
: a sheep-raik = a sheep-walk
*: I do not like crooked, twisted, blasted trees. I admire them much more if they are tall, straight and flourishing.
*: “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...”
*: The other people, I presume, are supposed to be standing to attention, but theyre all smiling at me. The lines are not even straight.
*: Now, as the world knows, the straightest way to the heart of the honest voter is through the women of the land, and the straightest way to the heart of the women is through the children of the land; and one method of winning both, with rural politicians, is to kiss the babies wide and far.
*: He had no time to set himself, but his throw was straight and true. Pick slid in, spikes high, and Schang tagged him in the ribs a foot or two from the plate.
*: Theres nothing more annoying than taking a great picture, only to find that the horizon isnt straight.
*: Egypt is a long country, but it is straight, that is to say, narrow.
*: ‘It wasnt the proper thing, squoire. It wasnt straight.’
*: Tony Blair issued a direct challenge to the IRA yesterday when he demanded they give straight answers to three simple questionsnb....
*: As of October 29th, three-month dollar Libor (the rate at which banks borrow from each other) had fallen for 13 straight days and was nearly one-and-a-half percentage points below its October 10th level.
*: Oh, music, how he loved it; it seemed to set everything straight all at once in his head.
*: "If you wonder why folks cant take the news seriously, heres Exhibit A," said one blogger. "Lord Jesus, how can the reporter file this story with a straight face?"
*: Real cowboys know how to rope, ride a horse and drink whisky straight.
*: The Martini is still in belief, if not in fact, the centerpiece of a rite, and people who would not drink straight gin on the rocks will drink straight gin on the rocks if it is called a Martini.
*: Steyn continues and its all a bit more orderly down his end as OBrien defends the first three balls with a straight bat and a respectful dip of the head.
*: Murray started well against Marcos Baghdatis before slumping to defeat in straight sets and the British No1 admitted he may not have been mentally prepared for the rigours of the ATP Tour after a gruelling start to 2011.
: ux|en|a straight Republican; a straight Democrat
: ux|en|a straight ballot
*: You say youve got to go home. Well at least theres someone there that you can talk to. And you never have to face up to the night on your own. Jesus, it must be great to be straight.
*: ‘Her last album was a bit too straight,’ he says, ‘but this one puts her in a more contemporary framework and softens her music.’
*: For all the boredom the straight life brings, its not too bad.
*: ‘Alexs dad used a lot of drugs. Hes been straight for years now, but it took a long time for him to be able to deal with his feelings.’
*: Some of my friends – gay and straight – seem unable to understand the close but platonic nature of my and Gians relationship, but have been supportive.
*: Angela smiles. ‘Im straight, Zoe, and Im happily married.’
: The door will be straight ahead of you.
: Go straight back.
: On arriving at work, he went straight to his office.
*: I know thy generous temper well; / Fling but the appearance of dishonour on it, / It straight takes fire, and mounts into a blaze.
: He claims he can hold his breath for three minutes straight.
: My friends call straights "heteros".
*: A straight = a straighter = a straight cut, une cigarette en tabac de Virginie.]
: rfquotek|A. Smith
: ux|en|We had the chance to meet the president last week.
: ux|en|Why leave it to chance when a few simple steps will secure the desired outcome?
: ux|en|There is a 30 percent chance of rain tomorrow.
*: Wild-visagd Wanderer! ah for thy heavy chance!
: It chanced that I found a solution the very next day.
*: if a birds nest chance to be before thee
*: I chanced on this letter.
*: Once ... it chanced that Geoffrey Riddell w|Bishop of Ely, a Prelate rather troublesome to w|Samson of Tottington|our Abbot, made a request of him for timber from his woods towards certain edifices going on at w|Glemsford.
*: Mr. Mason, shivering as some one chanced to open the door, asked for more coal to be put on the fire, which had burnt out its flame, though its mass of cinder still shone hot and red. The footman who brought the coal, in going out, stopped near Mr. Eshtons chair, and said something to him in a low voice, of which I heard only the words, "old woman,"—"quite troublesome."
*: ... while the King and Godwine sate at the table, accompanied with others of the nobilitie, it chanced the cupbearer (as he brought wine to the bourd) to slip with the one foote, and yet by good strength of his other leg, to recover himselfe without falling ...
: Shall we carry the umbrella, or chance a rainstorm?
*: Come what will, I will chance it.
: He chanced upon a kindly stranger who showed him the way.
*: No crowd was about the door; no people were discernible at any of the many windows; not even a chance passer-by was in the street. An unnatural silence and desertion reigned there.