|universal englanniksi||general fr, universal en|
*: It is generall / To be mortall: / I haue well espyde / No man may hym hyde / From Deth holow eyed [...].
*: "Among us!" was the general shout, and Peppersorn sat frozen to his chair.
*: Undoubtedly the age of the Antonines was much better than any later age until the Renaissance, from the point of view of the general happiness.
*: One advantage of having profitable companies in Britain is that they pay large sums in corporate tax into the Exchequer, which in theory at least is used for the general good.
*: For these successes he obtained the rank of Field-Marshal General.
*: He becomes the chief chartered libertine, the whoremaster-general flourishing his "standard" over a female army [...].
*: ‘I cant quite afford you the sympathy you expect upon this score,’ I replied; ‘the misfortune is so general, that it belongs to one half of the species [...].’
*: The general opinion on Baz Luhrmanns overstuffed epic Australia seems to be that it throws in everything but the kitchen sink, and then tosses that in too, just to be sure.
*: M. Venizelos went to Athens from Paris early last January in response to a general invitation from the Greek populace.
*: Supraventricular tachycardia (SVT) is a general term indicating a rapid heartbeat (tachycardia) coming from the top chambers of the heart - in essence, above (supra) the lower chamber (ventricular).
*: As she thus spoke, the entrance of the servants with dinner cut off all conversation but that of a general nature.
*: The quick answer is that the 1893 Exposition was simply so important -- "the greatest event in the history of the country since the Civil War," as Harpers put it that October -- but that feels too general.
*: Given the scarcity of relevant historical detail in the New Testament, we are left with only a general outline about Joseph.
*: There was a moments pause. The Princess broke in with some casual remark and once more the conversation became general.
*: Already in the primary school work is conducted for the purpose of equipping the pupils with those elements of general knowledge which are closely related to the military preparation of future warriors.
*: His measured, springless walk was the walk of the skilled countryman as distinct from the desultory shamble of the general labourer [...].
: We have dealt with the generals; now let us turn to the particulars.
: Hannibal was one of the greatest [[generals]] of the ancient world.
*: She flung at us as we sat down, ‘My general is sister to your second housemaid.’
: Example: General John Doe.The rank corresponds to pay grade O-10. Abbreviations: GEN.
: She achieved universal fame.