saalis englanniksi   kill fi, sack fi, booty fi, swag fi, prey fi, catch fi, spoil fi


: Smoking kills more people each year than alcohol and drugs combined.

: There is conclusive evidence that smoking kills.

: He killed the engine and turned off the headlights, but remained in the car, waiting.

: [[w:Kirk Douglas|Kirk Douglas]], (actor, as Peter), [[w:The Fury (1978 film)|The Fury]] (1978):

:: Peter: Ask Childers if it was worth his arm.

:: Policeman: What did you do to his arm, Peter?

:: Peter: I killed it, with a machine gun.

: The editor decided to kill the story.

: The news that a hurricane had destroyed our beach house killed our plans to sell it.

: My computer wouldnt respond until I killed some of the running processes.

: That night, she was dressed to kill.

: That joke always kills me.

: It kills me to throw out three whole turkeys, but I cant get anyone to take them and theyve already started to go bad.

: It kills me to learn how many poor people are practically starving in this country while rich moguls spend such outrageous amounts on useless luxuries.

: Im just doing this to kill time.

: He told the bartender, pointing at the bottle of scotch he planned to consume, "Leave it, Im going to kill the bottle."

: Between the two of us, we killed the rest of the case of beer.

: Look at the amount of destruction to the enemy base. We pretty much killed their ability to retaliate anymore.

: The team had absolutely killed their traditional rivals, and the local sports bars were raucous with celebrations.

: You dont ever want to get rabies. The doctor will have to give you multiple shots and they really kill.

: My parents are going to kill me!

: The assassin liked to make a clean kill, and thus favored small arms over explosives.

: The hunter delivered the kill with a pistol shot to the head.

: The fox dragged its kill back to its den.

*: If ye plunder his kill from a weaker, devour not all in thy pride.

*: As a senior in 1993, Turner had a kill percentage of 40.8, which was a school record at the time and the best in the SAC. Turner concluded her volleyball career with 1,349 kills, ranking fifth all-time at Catawba.

: The channel between Staten Island and Bergen Neck is the Kill van Kull, or the Kills.

: Schuylkill, Catskill, etc.

: rfquotek|Fuller[[Category:1000 English basic words]][[Category:en:Death]][[Category:en:Landforms]]----

*: Seven pounds make a clove, 2 cloves a stone, 2 stone a tod, 6 1/2 tods a wey, 2 weys a sack, 12 sacks a last. [...] It is to be observed here that a sack is 13 tods, and a tod 28 pounds, so that the sack is 364 pounds.

*: Generally, however, the stone or petra, almost always of 14 lbs., is used, the tod of 28 lbs., and the sack of thirteen stone.

: The sack of Rome.

: He twisted his ankle sliding into the sack at second.

: The boss is gonna give her the sack today.

: He got the sack for being late all the time.

*: Molly, therefore, having dressed herself out in this sack, with a new laced cap, and some other ornaments which Tom had given her, repairs to church with her fan in her hand the very next Sunday.

: He got passed the ball, but it hit him in the sack.

: Help me sack the groceries.

*: The gold was sacked in moose-hide bags, fifty pounds to the bag ...

: The barbarians sacked Rome.

*: It [a lyre] was part of the spoils which he had taken when he sacked the city of Eetion ...

*: On third down, the rejuvenated Rickey Jackson stormed in over All-Pro left tackle Richmond Webb to sack Marino yet again for a 2-yard loss.

: He was sacked last September.

*: ... Boris Berezovsky on Friday dismissed President Boris Yeltsins move to sack him from his post as executive secretary of the Commonwealth of Independent States, ...

: The kids all sacked out before 9:00 on New Year’s Eve.

*: Willt please your lordship drink a cup of sack? ...I neer drank sack in my life...

*: Thou art so fat-witted, with drinking of old sack...let a cup of sack be my poison...Wherein is he good, but to taste sack and drink it?

*: How didst thou scape? How camst thou hither? swear / by this bottle how thou camst hither—I escaped upon / a [[butt]] of sack, which the sailors heaved overboard, by / this bottle! [...]

: After returning from their [[Halloween]] [[trick-or-treat]]ing, the kids settled down to enjoy their booty of candies.

: You got a big ol booty.

*: It’s my duty to please that booty.

: rfquotek|Sir H. Wotton

*: I swag as a fat persons belly swaggeth as he goeth.

*: He looked in bewilderment at number 24, the final house with its regalia of stucco swags and bows.

*: Whenever the muddy water would accumulate in the swag the water from the well in question would become muddy... After the water in the swag had all disappeared through the sink-hole the well water would again become clear.

*: Now this dude got swag, and he was pushing up on me but, it wasnt like we was kicking it or anything!

*: “It?s all arranged about bringing off the swag, is it?” asked the Jew. Sikes nodded.

*: He was on his way to call on other dealers to check out their swag and to see if he could trade away some of his leftover odds and ends.

*: “Make sure to take some swag on your way out!” I called.
He stooped a bit in mid-trot and snatched a small gold bag out of the basket at the door. The contents were mostly shit, a few drink tickets to the Well of Souls, VIP status at Convent, that sort of thing.

*: He tramped for years till the swag he bore seemed part of himself.

*: New Zealand wasted a swag of chances to lose their opening women?s hockey World Cup match.

*: He told me that times had been bad at Invercargill, and that he had started for fresh pastures, had worked his passage up as mate in a small craft from the south, and, arriving in Port Underwood, had swagged his calico tent over the hill, and was now living in it, pitched in the manuka scrub.

*: That such a man was swagging in the Victoria Bush at the age of fifty-one requires explanation.

*: The plot is straightforward. A swagman is settling down by a billabong after a hard day?s swagging.

*: Over the Christmas of 1939, just three months after Britain and Australia had declared war on Germany, they went swagging together for a week and slept out under the stars in the Adelaide Hills, talking, walking and reading.

: I can take a swag at the answer, but it may not be right.

*: And they brought the captives, and the prey, and the spoil, unto Moses, and Eleazar the priest.

*: Already sees herself the monsters prey.

*: [The helmsman] steered with no end of a swagger while you were by; but if he lost sight of you, he became instantly the prey of an abject funk ...

*: The old lion perisheth for lack of prey.

: ux|en|The rabbit was eaten by the coyote, so the rabbit is the coyotes prey.

*: Hog in sloth, fox in stealth, ... lion in prey.

*: The ridge had been a haven for birds and small earth creatures, creeping, crawling, and hopping in a little world of balanced ecology where wild things preyed and were preyed upon ...

: The catch of the perpetrator was the product of a year of police work.

: The player made an impressive catch.

: Nice catch!

: Good catch. I never would have remembered that.

: The kids love to play catch.

: Did you see his latest catch?

: Hes a good catch.

: The fishermen took pictures of their catch.

: The catch amounted to five tons of swordfish.

: She installed a sturdy catch to keep her cabinets closed tight.

: There was a catch in his voice when he spoke his fathers name.

: It sounds like a great idea, but whats the catch?

: Be careful, thats a catch question.

: I bent over to see under the table and got a catch in my side.

*: The common and the canon law ... lie at catch, and wait advantages one against another.

*: Fourteene miles Northward from the river Powhatan, is the river Pamaunke, which is navigable 60 or 70 myles, but with Catches and small Barkes 30 or 40 myles farther.

*: Let us be [[jocund]]: will you [[troll]] the catch / You taught me but while-ere?

*: It has been writ by catches with many intervals.

*: We retain a catch of those pretty stories.

: ux|en|I hope I catch a fish.  nowrap|He ran but we caught him at the exit.nowrap|The police caught the robber at a nearby casino.

*: And they send unto him certain of the Pharisees and of the Herodians, to catch him in his words.

*: The public...said that Miss Bogardus was a suffragist because she had never caught a man; that she wanted something, but it wasnt the vote.

*: As for Aspasia, concubinage with Pericles brought her as much honor as she could hope to claim in Athens....from the moment she caught her man, this influential, unconventional woman became a lightning rodnb....

: ux|en|If he catches you on the chin, youll be on the mat.

: ux|en|If you leave now you might catch him.  nowrap|I would love to have dinner but I have to catch a plane.

: ux|en|He was caught on video robbing the bank.  nowrap|He was caught in the act of stealing a biscuit.

: ux|en|catch the bus

*: After about a kilometer I caught a taxi to Santa Croce.

*: Had Nancy got caught with a child? If so she would destroy her parents dreams for her.

: ux|en|I caught her by the arm and turned her to face me.

*: Her aged Nourse, whose name was Glaucè hight, / Feeling her leape out of her loathed nest, / Betwixt her feeble armes her quickly keightnb....

: ux|en|I have to stop for a moment and catch my breath.  nowrap|I caught some Zs on the train.

: ux|en|My leg was caught in a tree-root.

: ux|en|Be careful your dress doesnt catch on that knob.  nowrap|His voice caught when he came to his fathers name.

*: 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. Indeed, a nail filed sharp is not of much avail as an arrowhead; you must have it barbed, and that was a little beyond our skill.

: ux|en|Push it in until it catches.  nowrap|The engine finally caught and roared to life.

: ux|en|I caught my heel on the threshold.

: ux|en|He caught at the railing as he fell.

: ux|en|The fire spread slowly until it caught the eaves of the barn.

*: Stop gathering, in that gradual fashion, and catch the water sharply and decisively.

: ux|en|The seeds caught and grew.

*: If you are surfing a wave through the rocks, make sure you have a clear route before catching the wave.

: ux|en|When the program catches an exception, this is recorded in the log file.

: ux|en|I will throw you the ball, and you catch it.  nowrap|Watch me catch this raisin in my mouth.

*: she internally resolved henceforward to catch every opportunity of eyeing the hair and of satisfying herself,nb....

: ux|en|Townsend hit 29 before he was caught by Wilson.

: ux|en|He caught the last three innings.

: ux|en|Youre going to catch a beating if they find out.

: ux|en|The sunlight caught the leaves and the trees turned to gold.  nowrap|Her hair was caught by the light breeze.

: ux|en|Everyone seems to be catching the flu this week.

*: Does the sedition catch from man to man?

*: He accosted Mrs. Browne very civilly, told her his wife was very ill, and said he was sadly troubled to get a white woman to nurse her: "For," said he, "Mrs. Simpson has set it abroad that her fever is catching."

: ux|en|The bucket catches water from the downspout.  nowrap|The trees caught quickly in the dry wind.

*: the sails caught and filled, and the boat jumped to life beneath us.

: ux|en|She finally caught the mood of the occasion.

: ux|en|He caught a bullet in the back of the head last year.

: ux|en|Well, if you didnt catch this time, well have more fun trying again until you do.

: ux|en|Did you catch his name?  nowrap|Did you catch the way she looked at him?

*: “A tight little craft,” was Austin’s invariable comment on the matron;nb.... ¶ Near her wandered her husband, orientally bland, invariably affable, and from time to time squinting sideways, as usual, in the ever-renewed expectation that he might catch a glimpse of his stiff, retroussé moustache.

: ux|en|I have some free time tonight so I think Ill catch a movie.

: ux|en|Youve really caught his determination in this sketch.

*: No, a far more natural beauty caught him.

: ux|en|He managed to catch her attention.  nowrap|The enormous scarf did catch my eye.

*: All that herde hym wer amased and sayde: ys nott this he that spoylled them whych called on this name in Jerusalem?

*: To do her dye (quoth Vna) were despight, / And shame tauenge so weake an enimy; / But spoile her of her scarlot robe, and let her fly.

*: Roger, that rich Bishop of Salisbury,...spoiled of his goods by King Stephen, ...through grief ran mad, spoke and did he knew not what.

*: Outlaws, which, lurking in woods, used to break forth to rob and spoil.

*: No man can enter into a strong mans house, and spoil his goods, except he will first bind the strong man.

*: Spiritual pride spoils many graces.

*: "I dont want to spoil any comparison you are going to make," said Jim, "but I was at Winchester and New College." ¶ "That will do," said Mackenzie. "I was dragged up at the workhouse school till I was twelve. […]"

*: ‘This is a great day for us. Let us not spoil it by saying the wrong thing, by promoting a culture of revenge, or by failing to treat the former president with respect.’

: Make sure you put the milk back in the fridge, otherwise it will spoil.

*: Dr Jonathan Grant (Letters, April 22) feels the best way to show his disaffection with political parties over Iraq is to spoil his ballot paper.

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