wedge englanniksi   wedge

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: Stick a wedge under the door, will you? It keeps blowing shut.

: Can you cut me a wedge of cheese?

*: It is one of the ironies of capital cities that each acts as a symbol of its nation, and yet few are even remotely representative of it. London has always set itself apart from the rest of Britain — but political, economic and social trends are conspiring to drive that wedge deeper.

*: She was wearing wedges, and I have a horrible suspicion they were her mums wedges left over from the last century.

: I made a big fat wedge from that job.

*: The wedge is used in Czech and is illustrated by the Czech name for the diacritic, ha?ek.

*: The tilde and the circumflex have a place in the ASCII scheme but the wedge and the umlaut do not.

*: The há?ek or ‘wedge’ is a diacritic commonly used in Slavic orthographies. ... As a tone mark the wedge is used iconically for a falling-rising tone as in Chinese Pinyin.

*: Turned V is referred to as “Wedge” by some phoneticians, but this seems inadvisable to us, because the ha?ek accent (?) is also called that in names like Wedge C for (?).

: I wedged open the window with a screwdriver.

*: "Did he take his bottle well?" Mrs. Flanders whispered, and Rebecca nodded and went to the cot and turned down the quilt, and Mrs. Flanders bent over and looked anxiously at the baby, asleep, but frowning. The window shook, and Rebecca stole like a cat and wedged it.

: He had wedged the package between the wall and the back of the sofa.

: My Linux kernel wedged after I installed the latest update.

*: The last man is called the Wedge, corresponding to the Spoon in Mathematics.

: Stick a wedge under the door, will you? It keeps blowing shut.

: Can you cut me a wedge of cheese?

*: It is one of the ironies of capital cities that each acts as a symbol of its nation, and yet few are even remotely representative of it. London has always set itself apart from the rest of Britain — but political, economic and social trends are conspiring to drive that wedge deeper.

*: She was wearing wedges, and I have a horrible suspicion they were her mums wedges left over from the last century.

: I made a big fat wedge from that job.

*: The wedge is used in Czech and is illustrated by the Czech name for the diacritic, ha?ek.

*: The tilde and the circumflex have a place in the ASCII scheme but the wedge and the umlaut do not.

*: The há?ek or ‘wedge’ is a diacritic commonly used in Slavic orthographies. ... As a tone mark the wedge is used iconically for a falling-rising tone as in Chinese Pinyin.

*: Turned V is referred to as “Wedge” by some phoneticians, but this seems inadvisable to us, because the ha?ek accent (?) is also called that in names like Wedge C for (?).

: I wedged open the window with a screwdriver.

*: "Did he take his bottle well?" Mrs. Flanders whispered, and Rebecca nodded and went to the cot and turned down the quilt, and Mrs. Flanders bent over and looked anxiously at the baby, asleep, but frowning. The window shook, and Rebecca stole like a cat and wedged it.

: He had wedged the package between the wall and the back of the sofa.

: My Linux kernel wedged after I installed the latest update.

*: The last man is called the Wedge, corresponding to the Spoon in Mathematics.

: Stick a wedge under the door, will you? It keeps blowing shut.

: Can you cut me a wedge of cheese?

*: It is one of the ironies of capital cities that each acts as a symbol of its nation, and yet few are even remotely representative of it. London has always set itself apart from the rest of Britain — but political, economic and social trends are conspiring to drive that wedge deeper.

*: She was wearing wedges, and I have a horrible suspicion they were her mums wedges left over from the last century.

: I made a big fat wedge from that job.

*: The wedge is used in Czech and is illustrated by the Czech name for the diacritic, ha?ek.

*: The tilde and the circumflex have a place in the ASCII scheme but the wedge and the umlaut do not.

*: The há?ek or ‘wedge’ is a diacritic commonly used in Slavic orthographies. ... As a tone mark the wedge is used iconically for a falling-rising tone as in Chinese Pinyin.

*: Turned V is referred to as “Wedge” by some phoneticians, but this seems inadvisable to us, because the ha?ek accent (?) is also called that in names like Wedge C for (?).

: I wedged open the window with a screwdriver.

*: "Did he take his bottle well?" Mrs. Flanders whispered, and Rebecca nodded and went to the cot and turned down the quilt, and Mrs. Flanders bent over and looked anxiously at the baby, asleep, but frowning. The window shook, and Rebecca stole like a cat and wedged it.

: He had wedged the package between the wall and the back of the sofa.

: My Linux kernel wedged after I installed the latest update.

*: The last man is called the Wedge, corresponding to the Spoon in Mathematics.

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