|kokoelma englanniksi||collection, body, set, gathering|
*: Secondly, I continue to base my concepts on intensive study of a limited suite of collections, rather than superficial study of every packet that comes to hand.
*: Collections of moisture.
*: A purulent collection.
: ux|en|The attic contains a remarkable collection of antiques, oddities, and random junk.
: ux|en|The asteroid belt consists of a collection of dust, rubble, and minor planets.
: ux|en|He has a superb coin collection.
: ux|en|Collection of trash will occur every Thursday.
*: We may safely say thus, that wrong collections have been hitherto made out of those words by modern divines.
: I saw them walking from a distance, their bodies strangely angular in the dawn light.
: The body is driven by desires, but the soul is at peace.
: Her body was found at four oclock, just two hours after the murder.
*: Indeed, if it belonged to a poor body, it would be another thing; but so great a lady, to be sure, can never want it [...]
*: Sometime Ive set right down and eat WITH him. But you neednt tell that. A body
: Whats a body gotta do to get a drink around here?
: The boxer took a blow to the body.
: The bumpers and front tyres were ruined, but the body of the car was in remarkable shape.
: Penny was in the scullery, pressing the body of her new dress.
: In many programming languages, the method body is enclosed in braces.
: I was escorted from the building by a body of armed security guards.
: The local train operating company is the managing body for this section of track.
: We have now amassed a body of evidence which points to one conclusion.
: All bodies are held together by internal forces.
*: The voice had an extraordinary sadness. Pure from all body, pure from all passion, going out into the world, solitary, unanswered, breaking against rocks—so it sounded.
: We have given body to what was just a vague idea.
: The red wine, sadly, lacked body.
*: In a gentle breeze, the whole body of air, as far as the breeze extends, moves at the rate of seven or eight miles an hour; in a high wind, at the rate of seventy, eighty, or an hundred miles an hour [...]
*: Using three-dimensional seismic and well data from the northern North Sea, we describe a large (10 km3) body of sand and interpret it as extrusive.
: The English Channel is a body of water lying between Great Britain and France.
: a nonpareil face on an agate body
*: I dont say, one bodies the other / Ones spiritual truth; / But I do say its hard to lose either, / When you have both.
: ux|en|Set the [[tray]] there.
: I have set my heart on running the marathon.
*: The Lord set a mark upon Cain.
*: The Lord thy God will set thee on high.
*: I am come to set a man at variance against his father, and the daughter against her mother.
*: Every incident sets him thinking.
: to set a coach in the mud
: ux|en|to set the rent
: ux|en|I set the alarm at 6 a.m.
: ux|en|Please set the table for our guests.
*: An incident which happened about this time will set the characters of these two lads more fairly before the discerning reader than is in the power of the longest dissertation.
: ux|en|I’ll tell you what happened, but first let me set the scene.
: ux|en|He says he will set his next film in France.
: This crossword was set by Araucaria.
: ux|en|It was a complex page, but he set it quickly.
: ux|en|The teacher set her students the task of drawing a foot.
: ux|en|The glue sets in four minutes.
: to set milk for cheese
: ux|en|The moon sets at eight oclock tonight.
*: The king is set from London, and the scene is now transported, gentles, to Southampton
*: In the Annapolis Valley, in spite of an irregular bloom, the fruit has set well and has, as yet, been little affected by scab.
: ux|en|He sets in that chair all day.
: The dog sets the bird.
: Your dog sets well.
*: If he sets industriously and sincerely to perform the commands of Christ, he can have no ground of doubting but it shall prove successful to him.
*: Set thy own songs, and sing them to thy lute.
: to set pear trees in an orchard
*: Sow dry, and set wet.
: rfquotek|Francis Bacon
: The current sets to the north; the tide sets to the windward.
: to set a precious stone in a border of metal
: to set glass in a sash
*: And him too rich a jewel to be set / In vulgar metal for a vulgar use.
: to set (that is, to hone) a razor
: to set a saw
: to set the sails of a ship
: to set a psalm
: to set a broken bone
*: I have set my life upon a cast, / And I will stand the hazard of the die.
*: High on their heads, with jewels richly set, / Each lady wore a radiant coronet.
*: pastoral dales thin set with modern farms
*: Be you contented, wearing now the garland, / To have a son set your decrees at naught.
*: I do not set my life at a pins fee.
: to set a good example; to set lessons to be learned
: It sets him ill.
: nail set
: television set
*: We will in France, by Gods grace, play a set / Shall strike his fathers crown into the hazard.
*: That was but civil war, an equal set.
: the set of a spring
: the set of a coat
: ux|en|[[on your mark, get set, go|on your marks, get set, go!]]; [[on your marks]], set, go!
: ux|en|set on getting to his destination
: ux|en|a set menu
: ux|en|I’m set against the idea of smacking children to punish them.
*: the set of day
*: The weary sun hath made a golden set.
: Here and there, amongst individuals alive to the particular evils of the age, and watching the very set of the current, there may have been even a more systematic counteraction applied to the mischief. — Thomas De Quincey.
: a set of tables
: a set of tools
: a set of steps
: the country set
*: This is the fourth set of benchpresses.
: He plays the set on Saturdays.
*: In setted classes, students are brought together because they are believed to be of similar ability. Yet, setted lessons are often conducted as though students are not only similar, but identical—in terms of ability, preferred learning style and pace of working.
*: At Amber Hill, setting was a high-profile concept, and the students were frequently reminded of the set to which they belonged.
: I met her at a gathering of engineers and scientists.
: A gathering of fruit.
: This gathering machine forms the backbone of a bookbinding operation.
: She enjoyed gathering wildflowers.