344 examples of xxxii in sentences
" CHAPTER XXXII.
" CHAPTER XXXII Norgate pushed his way through a confused medley of crates which had just been unloaded and made his way up the warehouse to Selingman's office.
GROOVES OF CHANGE XXXII.
[Footnote 2: Read Dante's description in canto XXXII of the Paradiso] VI Allí estaban los santos profetas que habréis visto groseramente esculpidos en las portadas de piedra de nuestras catedrales; allí las vírgenes luminosas, que intenta en vano copiar de sus sueños el pintor en los vidrios de colores de las ojivas; allí los querubines, con sus largas y flotantes vestidura?
XXXII Left to herself, Miss Hugonin meditated.
"Laugh, Damn it!" XXXII.
CHAPTER XXXII THOSE WHO SEE IN THE DARK
XXXII He was recovered and, with a book in his hand, was talking a quiet walk in the Luxembourg gardens.
XXXII THE MEDICINE OF THE MIND There are minds that run to maxims as Messrs. Holloway and Beecham ran to pills.
CHAPTER XXXII Natural history of the north-westNorthern zoologyFoxOwlReindeerA dastardly attempt at murder by a soldier-Lawless spread of the population of northern Illinois over the Winnebago landNew York Lyceum of Natural HistoryU.S. Ex.
MY FAMILY RETURN TO ROCHESTER XXXII.
Parts XXXI., XXXII., XXXIII.
"Coleridge's Lay Sermons, p. 105: see Isaiah, xxxii, 6.
"O that they were wise!"Deut., xxxii, 29.
"For then the king of Babylon's army besieged Jerusalem: and Jeremiah the Prophet was shut up in the court of the prison which was in the king of Judah's house."Jer., xxxii, 2.
IN BATTERSEA PARK XXXII.
" CHAPTER XXXII.
XXXII LORD BLACHFORD Guardian, 27th Nov. 1889.
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CHAPTER XXXII CHORUS BY THE BIRDS Swallows were perching on the same telegraph wires where they had met in May.
It will be our fault if we don't find the vixen!' CHAPTER XXXII CHANCE MEDLEY
XXXII, par frère Brochard, l'Aleman, de l'ordre des Preescheurs.
PENITENTIAL PSALMS or PSALMS OF CONFESSION, is a name given from very early times to Psalms vi., xxxii., xxxviii., li., cii., cxxx., which are specially expressive of sorrow for sin.