|som englanniksi||AKA sv, sum sv, som en, as sv, what sv, that sv, like sv, stitch sv, who sv, whom sv, which sv, seam sv|
: That man by the bar is Frank, AKA "the lady killer."
: The sum of 3 and 4 is 7.
*: Take ye the sum of all the congregation.
: Were learning about division, and the sums are tricky.
*: a large sheet of paper ... covered with long sums
: a tidy sum
: the sum of forty pounds
*: With a great sum obtained I this freedom.
: This is the sum of all the evidence in the case.
: This is the sum and substance of his objections.
*: Thus have I told thee all my state, and brought / My story to the sum of earthly bliss.
*: The sum is also used for the quarter, and the strike for the bushel.
*: when you say that stability and change are, its because youre summing them up together as embraced by it, and taking note of the communion each of them has with being.
: ux|en|You’re not as tall as I am. nowrap|Its not as well made, but its twice as expensive.
*: “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.”
: ux|en|The kidnappers released him as agreed. nowrap|The parties were seen as agreeing on a range of issues. nowrap|He was never seen as the boss, but rather as a friend.
*: First; original; indigenous; primitive; native; as, the aboriginal tribes of America.
: As you wish, my lord!
: as in . . .
: As I came in, she flew.
: He sleeps as the rain falls.
: As my fear grew, so did my legs become heavy.
: As it’s too late, I quit.
: Shes twice as strong as an ox.
: Its not so complicated as I expected.
: Theyre big as houses.
*: And sodenly there cam a sounde from heven as it had bene the commynge off a myghty wynde ...
*: Oft haue I seene the haughty Cardinall, / More like a Souldier then a man oth Church, / As stout and proud as he were Lord of all ...
*: I start as from some dreadful dream.
*: the temper is to be altered and amended, with such things as fortify and strengthen the heart and brain […].
*: We wish, however, to avail ourselves of the interest, transient as it may be, which this work has excited.
*: The king was not more forward to bestow favours on them as they free to deal affronts to others their superiors.
: ux|en|You are not as tall as me.
*: A great bargain also had been the excellent Axminster carpet which covered the floor; as, again, the arm-chair in which Bunting now sat forward, staring into the dull, small fire.
: ux|en|What is your opinion as a parent?
*: Directed by Howard Hawks, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes starred Marilyn Monroe as Lorelei and Jane Russell as Dorothy.
*: That’s her; that’s the thing what has stole his heart from me.
: ux|en|he knows what he wants; what is tossed upward falls back down
: ux|en|What with singing and joking, the time passed quickly.
: ux|en|What a pity.
: ux|en|What a beautiful day!
*: What should I tell the answer of the knight?
*: But what do I stand reckoning upon advantages and gains lost by the misrule and turbulency of the prelates?
*: And as for on C good knyghtes I haue my self / but I fawte / l / for so many haue ben slayne in my dayes / and so Ladegreans delyuerd his doughter Gweneuer vnto Merlyn / and the table round with the C knyghtes / and so they rode fresshly with grete royalte / what by water and what by land / tyl that they came nyghe vnto london
*: What, have his daughters brought him to this pass?
: What! That’s amazing.
: It’s a nice day, what? (sometimes repeated, e.g.: What-what?)
: What shirt are you going to wear?
: What time is it?
: What kind of car is that?
: What talent he has!
: What a talent!
*: They prayd him sit, and gave him for to feed / Such homely what as serves the simple clowne, / That doth despise the dainties of the towne...
: He told me that the book is a good read.
: I believe that it is true. — She is convinced that he is British.
: Be glad that you have enough to eat.
*: The hungry judges soon the sentence sign, and wretches hang that jurymen may dine.
*: Ellens mamma was going out to pay a visit, but she left the children a large piece of rich plumcake to divide between them, that they might play at making feasts.
*: That he might ascertain whether any of the cloths of ancient Egypt were made of hemp, M. Dutrochet has examined with the microscope the weavable filaments of this last vegetable.
*: Jesus died that we might live "through" Him.
: The noise was so loud that she woke up.
: The problem was sufficiently important that it had to be addressed.
*: My dad apparently always said that no child of his would ever be harassed for its poor eating habits, and then I arrived, and I was so disgusting that he revised his opinion.
*: What, are you mad, that you do reason so?
*: In short, the period was so far like the present period, that some of its noisiest authorities insisted on its being received, for good or for evil, in the superlative degree of comparison only.
*: “She must be wonderfully fascinating,” said Mrs Morel, with scathing satire. “She must be very wonderful, that you should trail eight miles, backward and forward, after eight o’clock at night.”
: Was John there? — Not that I saw.
: How often did she visit him? — Twice that I saw.
*: "...|Tell her from me," Lady Ongar had said, "that I will go anywhere that she may wish if she will go with me,"
*: "Would that my rage and wrath would somehow stir me, / Here as I am, to cut off thy raw flesh / And eat it."
*: "Oh, that they would be wise, and would understand, ..."
*: I pray thee, mark me — that a brother should / Be so perfidious! —
: ux|en|That book is a good read. This one isnt.
: ux|en|That battle was in 1450.
: ux|en|That cat of yours is evil.
*: To be, or not to be: that is the question: / Whether tis nobler in the mind to suffer / The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune, / Or to take arms against a sea of troubles, / And by opposing end them?
*: [He] was qualified and fitted, both intellectually and morally, — and that to an exceptional extent — to be the Head ...
*: "I was dragged up at the workhouse school till I was twelve. Then I ran away and sold papers in the streets, and anything else that I could pick up a few coppers by—except steal. I never did that. I always made up my mind Id be a big man some day, and—Im glad I didnt steal."
*: Howevernb..., the British were unable to do much about it short of going to war with St Petersburg, and that the government was unwilling to do.
*: Ive never seen someone beaten unconscious before. That’s lesbians for you.
: He went home, and after that I never saw him again.
: ux|en|The water is so cold! — That it is.
*: "She is very honourable," said Mrs. Thompson, solemnly. "Yes, one sees she is that, and so simple-minded."
: the CPR course that she took really came in handy
*: By heaven, Ill make a ghost of him that lets me.
: "The ribbon was that thin." "I disagree, I say it was not that thin, it was thicker... or maybe thinner..."
: Im just not that sick.
: I did the run last year, and it wasnt that difficult.
: Ooh, I was that happy I nearly kissed her.
*: This was carried with that little noise that for a good space the vigilant Bishop was not awakd with it.
*: As such, they do not have the ontological weight of "Being" and "Not-being," but serve simply as an explanatory vocabulary necessary to describe our world of thises and thats.
*: Madam, said Sir Uwaine, they are to blame, for they do against the high order of knighthood, and the oath that they made; and if it like you I will speak with them, because I am a knight of King Arthurs, and I will entreat them with fairness; and if they will not, I shall do battle with them, and in the defence of your right.
*: • RQ:Mlry MrtDrthr|6.26|2|IV|xxvij:
*:: Madame sayd syr Vwayne / they are to blame / for they doo ageynst the hyghe ordre of knyghthode & the othe that they made / And yf hit lyke yow I wille speke with hem by cause I am a knyghte of kynge Arthurs / and I wylle entrete them with fayrenesse / And yf they wylle not I shalle doo bataille with them and in the deffense of youre ryghte
*: I willingly confess that it likes me much better when I find virtue in a fair lodging than when I am bound to seek it in an ill-favoured creature.
*: His countenance likes me not.
: ux|en|I like hamburgers; I like skiing in winter; I like the Seattle Mariners this season
*: He may either go or stay, as he best likes.
*: “I can tell you more than that, if you like,” said the Gryphon. “Do you know why it’s called a whiting?”
*: At her invitation he outlined for her the succeeding chapters with terse military accuracy?; and what she liked best and best understood was avoidance of that false modesty which condescends, turning technicality into pabulum.
*: And therefore it is the best way, if you like of it, to examine these taken from experiments touching the Earth, and then proceed to those of the other kind.
: ux|en|I like to go to the dentist every six months; She likes to keep herself physically fit; we like to keep one around the office just in case
*: You like well, and bear your years very well.
: ux|en|He liked to have been too late.
*: He probably got his death, as he liked to have done two years ago, by viewing the troops for the expedition from the wall of Kensington Garden.
: ux|en|I really like Sandra but dont know how to tell her.
*: Like me to the peasant boys of France.
: ux|en|I liked my friends last status on Facebook.
: ux|en|I cant stand Bloggs tomato ketchup, but I liked it on Facebook so I could enter a competition.
: Tell me your likes and dislikes.
: ux|en|My partner and I have like minds.
*: ...and this is not a sky, it is a Soul and living Face! Nothing liker the Temple of the Highest, bright with some real effulgence of the Highest, is seen in this world.
*: But it is like the jolly world about us will scoff at the paradox of these practices.
*: Many were not easy to be governed, nor like to conform themselves to strict rules.
: ux|en|There are lots of birds, like ducks and gulls, in this park.
*: DON PEDRO. May be she doth but counterfeit.
*: CLAUDIO. Faith, like enough. [= Indeed, quite likely.]
*: Like as a father pitieth his children, so the Lord pitieth them that fear him.
*: We shall never see his like again.
: There were bowls full of sweets, chocolates and the like.
: It was something the likes of which I had never seen before.
: to play the like
: 1966, Advertising slogan for [[w:Winston cigarettes|Winston cigarettes]]
:: [[w:Winston tastes good like a cigarette should|Winston tastes good like a cigarette should]]
: 1978, "Do Unto Others" by [[w:Bob Dylan|Bob Dylan]]
:: But if you do right to me, baby
:: I’ll do right to you, too
:: Ya got to do unto others
:: Like you’d have them, like you’d have them, do unto you
: It looks like youve finished the project.
: It seemed like you didnt care.
: ux|en|These hamburgers taste like leather.
: He was so angry, like.
: She was, like, sooooo happy.
*: [Sally Brown:] Christmas is getting all you can get while the getting is good.
[Charlie Brown:] GIVING! The only real joy is GIVING!
[Sally Brown, rolling her eyes:] Like, wow!
: There were, like, twenty of them.
: And then he, like, got all angry and left the room.
: I was like, “Why did you do that?” and hes like, “I dont know.”
*: Youre just doing your own thing and some one comes out the blue,
*: Theyre like, "Alright"
*: What ya saying, "Yeah can I take your digits?"
*: And youre like, "no not in a million years, youre nasty please leave me alone."
: divint ye knaa, like?
: cross stitch
: herringbone stitch
: drop a stitch
: take up a stitch
:: You have gone a good stitch. — [[w:John Bunyan|John Bunyan]].
:: In Syria the husbandmen go lightly over with their plow, and take no deep stitch in making their furrows. — Holland.
: a stitch in the side
*: He was taken with a cold and with stitches, which was, indeed, a pleurisy.
*: If you talk, Or pull your face into a stitch again, I shall be angry.
: to wet every stitch of clothes.
: She didnt have a stitch on
: to stitch a shirt bosom.
: to stitch printed sheets in making a book or a pamphlet.
: I can use this software to stitch together a panorama.
: Who is that? (direct question)
: I dont know who it is. (indirect question)
: It was a nice man who helped us.
: ux|en|Whom did you ask?
: ux|en|To whom are you referring? With whom were you talking?
: ux|en|Hes a person with whom I work.; We have ten employees, half of whom are carpenters.
: ux|en|Which song made the charts?
: ux|en|show me which one is bigger; they couldnt decide which song to play
*: After glaring upon the smoking philsopher, who took his misfortunes with such positive nonchalance, he growled out an oath in German, which language is particularly adapted for growling in; then, raising his hand, he dealt him a blow on his pipe, which sent it, like a rocket, into the midst of the players.
: ux|en|He once owned a painting of the house, which painting would later be stolen.
: ux|en|For several seconds he sat in silence, during which time the tea and sandwiches arrived.
: ux|en|Im thinking of getting a new car, in which case Id get a red one.
: ux|en|Which is bigger?; Which is which?
: ux|en|He walked by a door with a sign, which read: PRIVATE OFFICE.
: ux|en|Weve met some problems which are very difficult to handle.
: ux|en|He had to leave, which was very difficult.
: ux|en|No art can be properly understood apart from the culture of which it is a part.
*: Forasmuch as many have taken in hand to set forth in order a declaration of those things which are most surely believed among us...
*: There was a neat hat-and-umbrella stand, and the strangers weary feet fell soft on a good, serviceable dark-red drugget, which matched in colour the flock-paper on the walls.
*: The men which acompanyed him on his waye stode amased, for they herde a voyce, butt sawe no man.
*: The ofs and the whiches have thrown our prose into a hundred-years sleep.
*: Is it not true, TLL asked of Mary-Claire, that people invariably get their whiches and thats right when they speak?
*: Mind you, clothes were clothes in those days. […] Frills, ruffles, flounces, lace, complicated seams and gores: not only did they sweep the ground and have to be held up in one hand elegantly as you walked along, but they had little capes or coats or feather boas.
*: As white glass was 6s. the seam, containing 24 weys (pise, or pondera) of 5 lb., and 2½ lb. was reckoned sufficient to make one foot of glazing, the cost of glass would be 1½d. leaving 2½d. for labour.
: Seams can be made or sealed in a variety of ways, including adhesive bonding, hot-air welding, solvent welding, using adhesive tapes, sealant, etc.
*: Precepts should be so finely wrought together...that no coarse seam may discover where they join.
*: Seamed oer with wounds which his own sabre gave.
*: Later their lips began to parch and seam.