Jesus died on the cross. I'm cross because I'm on a diet
In 1881, Clara Barton donated her time to help people in need, starting the American Red Cross.
In truth, there was only one Christian, and he died on the cross.
When I'm home and I'm going to the corner drugstore to pick up some shampoo, why do you always tell me to be careful how I cross the street?
Well, you'll find out that after you cross. If I give too much away right from the start it won't be so interesting.
But she had not expected to cross an ocean, enter a new and romantic-sounding country, and find herself in exactly the same position.
According to research by Gunnar Samuelsson, Jesus may not have died on a cross. Instead, it's possible that he died on a pole or a tree trunk.
It then became necessary to settle the best route for the line to follow; and that was determined, in the first place, by the shape of the land it had to cross.
The river is six miles deep in some areas and the only way to cross it is using a pulley and a rope.
In other words, the merits, etc. of making detours are the consideration of the attitudes of the landowners whose property the line would cross, the convenience of other towns and villages, as well as connection with other railway lines.
My mother always used to get cross with me when I received bad reports from school.
cross - (krzyż, przekreślenie, przejść)
Nordic combined is one of the winter sport events, a competition where you compete on the combination of two Nordic style ski events - cross country skiing and ski jumping.
It's half past eight.
During the past several years, many Japanese have been either killed or injured while traveling overseas.
She was born just a generation past slavery. A time when there were no cars on the road or planes in the sky, when someone like her couldn't vote for two reasons: because she was a woman, and because of the color of her skin.
I travelled to Tokyo right away; it was past noon when I saw my uncle.
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It is the border-line cases that are always in danger: the dignified buildings of the past which may possess no real artistic or historic value, but which people have become sentimentally attached to and have grown to love.
The example is a past progressive tense sentence. How was everybody taught when they were learning about progressive tense?
The cultural treasures of the past, believed to be dead, are being made to speak, in the course of which it turns out that they propose things altogether different than what had been thought.
As I glanced at the street there was somebody looking down at me in the middle of those walking past each other.
Reflect upon your present blessings — of which every man has many — not on your past misfortunes, of which all men have some.
To keep holding the barrier up is just to wait for death! So we're going to go out past the wall and counter attack the enemy, you ready!?
Given our interdependence, any world order that elevates one nation or group of people over another will inevitably fail. So whatever we think of the past, we must not be prisoners of it.
So you think it was John who stole my wallet?. "I don't know, but I wouldn't put it past him."
Freddy's been working the graveyard shift the past month, so he hasn't been able to see any of his friends who work normal hours.
: THE old lady took slow, careful steps past my window and stooped, reverently setting down a small basket of freshly folded leaves outside the door.
I came by car.
Jealousy in a relationship is often brought about by a lack of trust.
By the 1750s, all the tribes of the Great Plains had horses.
By 1897, thousands of people were out of work.
If you go by Shinkansen, you'll be there in no time.
Earlier, as I was walking down the sidewalk, a car drove by and splashed water on me. Look at this! My skirt and shoes are all muddy.
If by any chance he comes here, I'll let you know at once.
By the time he retires, my father will have worked for almost thirty years.
Blind people read by touching, using a system of raised dots called Braille.
Are scientists close to cloning a human being? "Not by a long shot."
Someone told me that Albert Einstein said, "Common sense is the collection of prejudices acquired by age eighteen."
By evening, a few clouds had formed.
His autobiography was released today and was sold out by noon.
These straw mats, called "tatami" in Japanese, are no longer made by hand.
Spacious apartments in Tokyo are hard to come by.