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*: Then I went down to the potters house, and, behold, he wrought a work on the wheels.
*: Turn, turn, my wheel! This earthen jar / A touch can make, a touch can mar.
*: According to the common vicissitude and wheel of things, the proud and the insolent, after long trampling upon others, come at length to be trampled upon themselves.
*: [He] throws his steep flight in many an aery wheel.
: Wheel that trolley over here, would you?
: The vulture wheeled above us.
*: The beetle wheels her droning flight.
*: Now heaven, in all her glory, shone, and rolled / Her motions, as the great first movers hand / First wheeled their course.
: ux|en|The normal course of events seems to be just one damned thing after another.
*: The course of true love never did run smooth.
*: Day and night, / Seedtime and harvest, heat and hoary frost, / Shall hold their course.
: ux|en|I need to take a French course.
*: During the whole time of his abode in the university he generally spent thirteen hours of the day in study; by which assiduity besides an exact dispatch of the whole course of philosophy, he read over in a manner all classic authors that are extant...
: ux|en|We offer seafood as the first course.
*: He appointed ... the courses of the priests.
: ux|en|His illness ran its course.
: ux|en|The cross-country course passes the canal.
: ux|en|The ship changed its course 15 degrees towards south.
: ux|en|A course was plotted to traverse the ocean.
: ux|en|Main course and mainsail are the same thing in a sailing ship.
: ux|en|On a building that size, two crews could only lay two courses in a day.
: The oil coursed through the engine.
: Blood pumped around the human body courses throughout all its veins and arteries.
*: He is a South American, so perhaps revolutionary spirit courses through Franciss veins. But what, pray, does the Catholic church want with doubt?
*: The bounding steed courses the dusty plain.
*: We coursed him at the heels.
: to course greyhounds after deer
*: In the end, however, it was a very pretty shot, right across the chasm; killed first fire, and the brute fell headlong into the brook [...].
*: To escape a violent beating from sailors to whom he has sold a non-functioning car, Jerry takes his stepfamily for a holiday in a trailer park miles away, where, miraculously, young Nick meets a very pretty young woman called Sheeni, played by Portia Doubleday.
*: Petit Posy brassicas [...] are a cross between kale and brussels sprouts, and are really very pretty with a mild, sweet taste.
*: Damned by the Socialists as "traitors to the working class," its leaders were decried by Tories as "faceless peddlers of politics with a pretty little trinket for every taste."
*: they flung all the goods in the house out at the windows into the street, or into the sea, as they supposed; thus they continued mad a pretty season […].
*: "What did you do to your hair?" The answer could be worth a pretty penny for LOreal.
*: Some people are surprised, I believe, that that the eldest was not [named after his father], but Isabella would have him named Henry, which I thought very pretty of her.
*: ‘This new fashion of introducing the candidates children into an election contest is a pretty one,’ said Mrs. Panstreppon; ‘it takes away something from the acerbity of party warfare, and it makes an interesting experience for the children to look back on in after years.’
*: "Oh, Jake." Brett said, "we could have had such a damned good time together." Ahead was a mounted policeman in khaki directing traffic. He raised his baton. The car slowed suddenly pressing Brett against me. "Yes", I said. "Isnt it pretty to think so?"
*: His sadistic self-torturings finally landed him in a pretty mess: still completely married, practically sure he was in love with Tillie, he made dishonorable proposals of marriage to two other women.
*: By the Sheets you have sent me to peruse, the Account you have given of her Birth and Parentage is pretty exact [...].
*: It seems pretty clear that organic beings must be exposed during several generations to the new conditions of life to cause any appreciable amount of variation [...].
*: The Revolutionary decade was a pretty challenging time for business.
: "Well stop at the knife store a look at the sharp pretties.
*: Ill get you, my pretty, and your little dog, too!
: a right line
: The kitchen counter formed a right angle with the back wall.
: I thought youd made a mistake, but it seems you were right all along.
: Its not right that one person gets all the credit for the groups work.
*: If there be no prospect beyond the grave, the inference is ... right, "Let us eat and drink, for to-morrow we die."
*: ... there are some dispositions blame-worthy in men, which are yet, in a right sense, holily ascribed unto God; as unchangeableness, and irrepentance.
: Is this the right software for my computer?
: Im afraid my father is no longer in his right mind.
: Youve made a right mess of the kitchen!
*: In this battle, ... the Britons never more plainly manifested themselves to be right barbarians.
*: KIRSTY: I suppose youre hungry. Would you like something to eat? / KEN: No. Im right, thanks.
*: When the sales assistant sees the customer, she asks Are you right, sir? This means Are you all right? She wants to know if he needs any help.
*: You lost? / Colin spun round. Looking at him was a nurse, her eyebrows raised. / No, Im right, thanks, said Colin.
*: The lady has been disappointed on the right side.en-adj|[[more]] right|sup=rightmost
: After the accident, her right leg was slightly shorter than her left.
: the right side of a piece of cloth
: - After that interview, I dont think we should hire her.
- Right — who wants lunch?
: Youre going, right?
*: Withnail: Right ... Im gonna do the washing up.
: ux|en|Were on the side of right in this contest.
: ux|en|You have no right to go through my personal diary.
*: There are no rights whatever, without corresponding duties.
: see also [[in right of]]
: ux|en|The pharmacy is just on the right past the bookshop.
: ux|en|The political right holds too much power.
: Righting all the wrongs of the war will be impossible.
: The tow-truck righted what was left of the automobile.
: When the wind died down, the ship righted.
: to right the oppressed
*: So just is God, to right the innocent.
*: All experience hath shown that mankind are more disposed to suffer while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed.
: ux|en|The arrow landed right in the middle of the target.
: ux|en|Luckily we arrived right at the start of the film.
: ux|en|Cant you see it? Its right beside you!
: ux|en|Tom was standing right in front of the TV, blocking everyones view.
: ux|en|I made a right stupid mistake there, didnt I?
: ux|en|I stubbed my toe a week ago and it still hurts right much.
*: The fog was right hard to see through so I was on Tom Pritchard before I saw him.
: ux|en|Do it right or dont do it at all.
: ux|en|Sir, I am right glad to meet you …
: ux|en|Members of the Queens Privy Council are styled The Right Honourable for life.
: ux|en|The Right Reverend Monsignor Guido Sarducci.
: the justice of a description
*: This even-handed justice / Commends the ingredients of our poisoned chalice / To our own lips.
: Justice was served.
: to demand justice
: Ministry of Justice
: the justice system
: Mr. Justice Krever presides over the appellate court
*: Firstly, I continue to base most species treatments on personally collected material, rather than on herbarium plants.
: ux|en|Id rather stay in all day than go out with them. Id like this one rather than the other one. Id rather be with you.
: ux|en|It wasnt supposed to be popular; rather, it was supposed to get the job done. She didnt go along, but rather went home instead.
*: What the pupil already knew was indeed rather taken for granted than expressed, but it performed the useful function of transcending all textbooks and supplanting all studies.
*: His ‘Iliad’ is spirited and polished, and, though often rather a paraphrase than a translation, is always more truly poetic than most of the best translations.
: ux|en|I didnt want to leave. Or rather I did, just not alone.
: ux|en|This melon is rather tasteless. This melon is rather tasteless, especially compared to the one we had last time.
*: Until just before the pie was popped into the heat. A few of them suddenly realized who put that gorgeous hunk of crackers together, and gaped. We grinned back, but very cool. The ones who knew said nothing, rathering to die than let on they had been hustled by two negative dudes.
*: It was a plain brown dress, more or less the colour of my hair; and the walls of our kitchen being also brown, when I came downstairs again I could hardly be seen. I should have rathered a blue gown, or a violet one ...
*: So you must excuse my saying anything I did: all it was, that up to the very last I had understood us all to be friendly — apart, that is, from his rathering me not there. How was I to know he would flash out so wicked?
*: "That was a killer," said Chris. "Id rathered die in St. Bernard than spent one minute over there. I would have rathered the storm, shaking with the wind and rain hitting in the boat for an eternity than spending any time there.
*: Now no man dwelleth at the rather town.
*: "Do you mean to say, young man," she said frostily, "that you expect me to drink this stuff?"
*: "Rather! Bucks you up, you know."
*: "Some of us stupid old die-hards believe that there is yet room for pride in ones work, Pook," Mr Pants said with dangerous emphasis.
*: "Oh, rather, sir. Id much sooner walk to London Town than ride in one of those motorcars weve heard tell of, sir."
: ux|en|The girls were playing in the court.
*: And round the cool green courts there ran a row / Of cloisters.
*: Goldsmith took a garret in a miserable court.
: ux|en|The noblemen visited the queen in her court.
*: This our court, infected with their manners, / Shows like a riotous inn.
: ux|en|The queen and her court traveled to the city to welcome back the soldiers.
*: My lord, there is a nobleman of the court at door would speak with you.
*: Love rules the court, the camp, the grove.
*: The princesses held their court within the fortress.
*: No solace could her paramour entreat / Her once to show, ne court, nor dalliance.
*: I went to make my court to the Duke and Duchess of Newcastle.
: ux|en|Many famous criminals have been put on trial in this court.
: ux|en|The court started proceedings at 11 oclock.
: ux|en|The court is now in session.
: ux|en|The local sports club has six tennis courts and two squash courts.
: ux|en|The shuttlecock landed outside the court.
: He was courting big new accounts that previous salesman had not attempted.
*: They might almost seem to have courted the crown of martyrdom.
*: Guilt and misery ... court privacy and solitude.
: He courted controversy with his frank speeches.
*: If either of you both love Katharina ... / Leave shall you have to court her at your pleasure.
: The bird was courting by making an elaborate dance.
*: By one person, hovever, Portland was still assiduously courted.
: Shes had a few beaus come courting.
: In this season, you can see many animals courting.
*: A well-worn pathway courted us / To one green wicket in a privet hedge.
: ux|en|By law, one is not allowed to own a wallaby in New York City.
: ux|en|A new law forbids driving on that road.
*: As a political system democracy seems to me extraordinarily foolish,nb.... My servant is, so far as I am concerned, welcome to as many votes as he can get....I do not suppose that it matters much in reality whether laws are made by dukes or cornerboys, but I like, as far as possible, to associate with gentlemen in private life.
: ux|en|"Do unto others as you wish them to do unto you" is a good law to follow.
: ux|en|Newtons third law of motion states that to every action there is always an equal and opposite reaction. This is one of several laws derived from his general theory expounded in the Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica.
: ux|en|Here comes the law — run!
*: You might climb the Law [...] and behold the face of many counties.
*: She brought forth butter in a lordly dish.
: a dish of stew
: a vegetable dish
: this dish is filling and easily made
*: a dish fit for the gods
: Its your turn to wash the dishes.
: the dish of a wheel
: The restaurant dished up a delicious Italian brunch.
: to dish a wheel by inclining the spokes
*: Her millions of adoring fans had yet to hear her speak, and when she finally did, she sounded more like a sailor than a starlet, spewing a profanity-laced, G-dropping Brooklynese that no amount of dialect coaching could correct.
: He corrected the position of the book on the mantle.
: Its rude to correct your parents.