sorte

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  • Because of the tradition, the mountain of Sorte was declared a National Park in the 1980s.
  • In reply he was told "that he had a sorte of knaves whom he could not rule".
  • And then penurie did open their eyes, in like sorte as before riches had closed them vp. Cited from The Palace of Pleasure, Vol. I, by William Painter
  • In sorte, that to know further what he was, she would gladly haue made greater inquirie. Cited from The Palace of Pleasure, Vol. I, by William Painter
  • En songeant de la sorte, il etait arrive sur la place San Francisco. Cited from Les Pardaillan, Tome 06, Les amours du Chico, by Michel Zevaco
  • In Sorte Diaboli is the band's first concept album, with a story located in medieval Europe.
  • She is torn, the more so following Henri's return, between her love and her duty: Sorte fata!
  • En parlant de la sorte, elle tendait la main pour s'en emparer. Cited from Legendes Normandes, by Gaston Lavalley
  • She is torn, the more so following Arrigo's return, between her love and her duty: Sorte fata!
  • Il y a donc eu une sorte d'attraction exercee par le centre de la figure. Cited from La Suggestibilite, by Alfred Binet
  • Sorte de de a coudre, qui n'a pas de fond. Cited from Glossaire franco-canadien, by Oscar Dunn
  • To put it simple - Den Sorte Skole made an album from samples, but you can't hear that!
  • She is said to still live on the mountain of Sorte, where her followers come to pay homage to her, calling her their "Queen."
  • Et il traca en l'air, du bout du doigt, une sorte de triangle. Cited from Les Pardaillans--Tome 03, La Fausta, by Michel Zevaco
  • Ma mere fit toutefois en sorte de me le faire oublier. Cited from Confession de Minuit, by Georges Duhamel
  • En sorte que c'etait vous qui vouliez me charger d'une commission. Cited from Oeuvres Completes De Alfred De Musset (Tome Septieme), Alfred De Musset
  • Il n'est pas bon de se detraquer de la sorte, a la moindre emotion. Cited from Le naturalisme au theatre: les theories et les exemples, by Emile Zola
  • La terre etait pour eux une sorte de table plate et mince, plus longue que large. Cited from L'archeologie egyptienne, by G. Maspero
  • What diuersities and chaunges be these that in this sorte do poise and weigh my thought? Cited from The Palace of Pleasure, Vol. I, by William Painter
  • Les raisons et la forme de la mesure l'excusaient en quelque sorte. Cited from Histoire de la Revolution francaise, Tome 10, by Adolphe Thiers
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