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Sembrava un fantoccio automatico, a cui qualcuno di là avesse dato corda per fargli porgere quegli inchini e trinciar quei gesti comicissimi.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Si fece porgere la carta; la lesse attentamente; disse: - Sta bene.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Soffrí nel veder toccare questo o quell'oggetto, come se si fosse sentita strappare quei mezzi ricci unti di tintura che le virgolavano la fronte; soffrí nel vedere entrare coi pesanti scarponi ferrati la famiglia del garzone per porgere gli omaggi agli sposini.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Ed ha accolto con un sorriso di compiacenza le congratulazioni che a quattr'occhi ha creduto di venirle a porgere l'avvocatino Aricò; ma sí! d'essersi liberata, dopo tutto, checché ne dica il signor parroco, di quell'animalone lí, che le ingombrava la casa.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Vuol dire che non porgerò la mano a nessuno.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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La quale, perché fosse in tutto giusta, tanto aveva usato di crudeltà quanto di carità, punendo della sua superstizione quella madre col farle obbligo di vincere per amore del figlio lontano la ripugnanza che sentiva per quest'altro, il ribrezzo del seno da porgergli in bocca per nutrirlo; e non levandole poi del tutto la speranza di potere un giorno riavere il suo bambino, che intanto altri occhi, se non piú i suoi, seguitavano a vedere, sano e bello com'era.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Sia tutto per l'amor di Dio ! Egli si asciugò le vesti con la mano e bevette ; e con sorpresa e soddisfazione vide Giacinto trarre il portafogli e porgere al rivenditore un biglietto da cinquanta lire .( Grazia Deledda - Canne al vento)
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Parlava sempre; tante cose belle aveva da porgere: e la signora era beata del pur sentire un uomo tanto innanzi nelle vie del secolo. (Tommaseo - Fede e bellezza)
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Poté così, fermo sull'entrata del sottoportico, porger via via, quanto era lunga la pertica, il suo lumicino davanti ai piedi del signor Giacomo che, malissimo contento di questa illuminazione religiosa, procedeva brontolando contro le pietre, le tenebre, il moccolo sacro e chi lo teneva, sinché, abbandonato dal sagrestano e abbrancato dall'ingegnere, fu tratto, malgrado il suo muto resistere, come un luccio alla lenza, sulla soglia di casa Rigey. (Fogazzaro - Piccolo mondo antico)
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Non udì rispondere, piegò adagio adagio il viso, vide le labbra di lei porgersi, vi posò le sue. (Fogazzaro - Piccolo mondo antico)
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* Mi voltai; e vidi una di quelle donne che già sedevano con me attorno al tavoliere, porgermi, sorridendo, una rosa. ( Pirandello - Il fu Mattia Pascal )
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* Papiano la guardò, e non ardì di porgermi la mano. ( Pirandello - Il fu Mattia Pascal )
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* Nel porgermi la tazza, mi guardò, con su le labbra un lieve, mesto sorriso, quasi lontano, e disse:
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Vedendomi tanto disposto a sottomettermi alla sua esperienza , egli esitò di lasciarmi: bisognava pur approfittare di un momento tanto favorevole! Si passò la mano sulla fronte e sedette sulla sedia sulla quale s’era appoggiato per porgermi la sua guancia al bacio .(I.Svevo - La coscienza di zeno)
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La signora s’avvicinò a me , esitante se porgermi la mano .(I.Svevo - La coscienza di zeno)
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apprestare
= verbo trans. preparare , approntare , allestire porgere , apportare
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dare
= verbo trans. cedere ad altri qualcosa che si possiede - consegnare , porgere , - ciò che si deve - il dovuto
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porto
= participio passato di porgere e
= nei sign . del verbo .<>
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riporgere
= verbo trans. porgere di nuovo o porgere a propria volta.
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Inglese
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My reasons forbelieving it are briefly these: It does not appear to me that my hand isunworthy your acceptance, or that the establishment I can offer wouldbe any other than highly desirable.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) She saw him start at this, but he said nothing, and she continued:"You could not have made the offer of your hand in any possible way thatwould have tempted me to accept it.<>
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Vain,ignorant, idle, and absolutely uncontrolled! Oh! my dear father, can yousuppose it possible that they will not be censured and despised whereverthey are known, and that their sisters will not be often involved in thedisgrace?"Mr. Bennet saw that her whole heart was in the subject, andaffectionately taking her hand said in reply:"Do not make yourself uneasy, my love.<>
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Elizabeth lookedexpressively at Lydia; but she, who never heard nor saw anything ofwhich she chose to be insensible, gaily continued, "Oh! mamma, do thepeople hereabouts know I am married to-day? I was afraid they might not;and we overtook William Goulding in his curricle, so I was determined heshould know it, and so I let down the side-glass next to him, and tookoff my glove, and let my hand just rest upon the window frame, so thathe might see the ring, and then I bowed and smiled like anything.<>
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Your ladyship wants Mr. Darcy to marryyour daughter; but would my giving you the wished-for promise make theirmarriage at all more probable? Supposing him to be attached to me, wouldmy refusing to accept his hand make him wish to bestow it on his cousin?Allow me to say, Lady Catherine, that the arguments with which you havesupported this extraordinary application have been as frivolous as theapplication was ill-judged.<>
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What a study for an artist did that exciting scene present!The eloquent Pickwick, with one hand gracefully concealed behindhis coat tails, and the other waving in air to assist his glowingdeclamation; his elevated position revealing those tights and gaiters,which, had they clothed an ordinary man, might have passed withoutobservation, but which, when Pickwick clothed them--if we may use theexpression--inspired involuntary awe and respect; surrounded by the menwho had volunteered to share the perils of his travels, and who weredestined to participate in the glories of his discoveries.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'What!' ejaculated Mr. Pickwick, laying his hand upon his note-book.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) Mr. Winkle ran hastily upstairs, and with a trembling hand opened thebag.<>
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Mr. Snodgrass dropped the hand which he had, in the spirit of poesy,raised towards the clouds as he made the above appeal, and assumed anattitude of attention.<>
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Mr. Snodgrass seized his friend's hand warmly, as he enthusiasticallyreplied, 'Not for worlds!'A thrill passed over Mr. Winkle's frame as the conviction that he hadnothing to hope from his friend's fears, and that he was destined tobecome an animated target, rushed forcibly upon him.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) It was on this uncouth-looking person that Mr. Winkle's eye rested, andit was towards him that Mr. Pickwick extended his hand when he said, 'Afriend of our friend's here.<>
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In the restless attempts to procure some easy resting-placefor his head, he tossed his hand out of the bed, and it fell on mine.<>
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"'"Ah!" said the invalid, passing his hand across his forehead;"Hutley--Hutley--let me see.<>
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His hand was upon the lock of the door; in anotherinstant it would have been on the throat of Doctor Payne of the 43rd,had not Mr. Snodgrass seized his revered leader by the coat tail, anddragged him backwards.<>
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After a great manyjokes about squeezing the ladies' sleeves, and a vast quantity ofblushing at sundry jocose proposals, that the ladies should sit in thegentlemen's laps, the whole party were stowed down in the barouche; andthe stout gentleman proceeded to hand the things from the fat boy (whohad mounted up behind for the purpose) into the carriage.<>
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) 'Come, hand in the eatables.<>
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Therewas one old lady who always had about half a dozen cards to pay for, atwhich everybody laughed, regularly every round; and when the old ladylooked cross at having to pay, they laughed louder than ever; on whichthe old lady's face gradually brightened up, till at last she laughedlouder than any of them, Then, when the spinster aunt got 'matrimony,'the young ladies laughed afresh, and the Spinster aunt seemed disposedto be pettish; till, feeling Mr. Tupman squeezing her hand under thetable, she brightened up too, and looked rather knowing, as if matrimonyin reality were not quite so far off as some people thought for;whereupon everybody laughed again, and especially old Mr. Wardle, whoenjoyed a joke as much as the youngest.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Now this,' said the hospitable host, who was sitting in great statenext the old lady's arm-chair, with her hand fast clasped in his--'thisis just what I like--the happiest moments of my life have been passed atthis old fireside; and I am so attached to it, that I keep up a blazingfire here every evening, until it actually grows too hot to bear it.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'And such was the return to which he had looked through the wearyperspective of many years, and for which he had undergone so muchsuffering! No face of welcome, no look of forgiveness, no house toreceive, no hand to help him--and this too in the old village.<>
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Mr. Tracy Tupman gently pressed her hand to his lips,and sank upon the sofa.<>
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Two or three Dingley Dellers, and All-Muggletonians, wereamusing themselves with a majestic air by throwing the ball carelesslyfrom hand to hand; and several other gentlemen dressed like them, instraw hats, flannel jackets, and white trousers--a costume in which theylooked very much like amateur stone-masons--were sprinkled about thetents, towards one of which Mr. Wardle conducted the party.<>
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Severalplayers were stationed, to 'look out,' in different parts of the field,and each fixed himself into the proper attitude by placing one hand oneach knee, and stooping very much as if he were 'making a back' forsome beginner at leap-frog.<>
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The ball flew from his hand straightand swift towards the centre stump of the wicket.<>
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Mr.Snodgrass, as usual, took a great mass of notes, which would no doubthave afforded most useful and valuable information, had not the burningeloquence of the words or the feverish influence of the wine made thatgentleman's hand so extremely unsteady, as to render his writingnearly unintelligible, and his style wholly so.<>
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Where was the woman ever seen who resembledyou? Where else could I hope to find so rare a combination of excellenceand beauty? Where else could I seek to--Oh!' Here Mr. Tupman paused, andpressed the hand which clasped the handle of the happy watering-pot.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) Mr. Pickwick, with his hands in his pockets and his hat cockedcompletely over his left eye, was leaning against the dresser, shakinghis head from side to side, and producing a constant succession of theblandest and most benevolent smiles without being moved thereunto byany discernible cause or pretence whatsoever; old Mr. Wardle, witha highly-inflamed countenance, was grasping the hand of a strangegentleman muttering protestations of eternal friendship; Mr. Winkle,supporting himself by the eight-day clock, was feebly invokingdestruction upon the head of any member of the family who should suggestthe propriety of his retiring for the night; and Mr. Snodgrass had sunkinto a chair, with an expression of the most abject and hopeless miserythat the human mind can imagine, portrayed in every lineament of hisexpressive face.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) It was the old lady's habit on the fine summer mornings to repair to thearbour in which Mr. Tupman had already signalised himself, in form andmanner following: first, the fat boy fetched from a peg behind the oldlady's bedroom door, a close black satin bonnet, a warm cotton shawl,and a thick stick with a capacious handle; and the old lady, having puton the bonnet and shawl at her leisure, would lean one hand on thestick and the other on the fat boy's shoulder, and walk leisurely to thearbour, where the fat boy would leave her to enjoy the fresh air for thespace of half an hour; at the expiration of which time he would returnand reconduct her to the house.<>
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Anything more?Oh, my friend!' said poor Mr. Tupman, again grasping the hand of hiscompanion, 'receive my warmest thanks for your disinterested kindness;and forgive me if I have ever, even in thought, done you the injusticeof supposing that you could stand in my way.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Sir,' said Sam, closing the door, and keeping his hand on the knob ofthe lock.<>
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They told me in low whispers, that the floor of the old housein which my father died, was stained with his own blood, shed by hisown hand in raging madness.<>
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I knew that she could notlive long; but the thought that before her death she might give birthto some ill-fated being, destined to hand down madness to its offspring,determined me.<>
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I laid my hand softly on hershoulder.<>
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He stood close beside me atan open window, his eyes looking in my face, and his hand laid upon myarm.<>
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"'He looked uneasily round him, and I saw his hand grasp the back of hischair; but he said nothing.<>
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I gained my feet before a hand was on me, threw myself amongmy assailants, and cleared my way with my strong arm, as if I bore ahatchet in my hand, and hewed them down before me.<>
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'Your conduct is most noble, Sir,'said Mr. Pickwick; and he grasped the hand of the magnanimous Pott.<>
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Pott received Mr. Pickwick's paternal grasp of the hand withenchanting sweetness; and Mr. Winkle, who had not been announced at all,sidled and bowed, unnoticed, in an obscure corner.<>
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Loud and long were the cheers, andmighty was the rustling of one of the blue flags, with 'Liberty of thePress' inscribed thereon, when the sandy head of Mr. Pott was discernedin one of the windows, by the mob beneath; and tremendous was theenthusiasm when the Honourable Samuel Slumkey himself, in top-boots, anda blue neckerchief, advanced and seized the hand of the said Pott, andmelodramatically testified by gestures to the crowd, his ineffaceableobligations to the Eatanswill GAZETTE.<>
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He then felt himself forced up some wooden steps by thepersons from behind; and on removing his hat, found himself surroundedby his friends, in the very front of the left hand side of the hustings.<>
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Pott, comfortably seated in acouple of chairs, waving their handkerchiefs in token of recognition--acompliment which Mr. Pickwick returned by kissing his hand to the lady.<>
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He put his hand into the pocket, and drew forth theidentical letter the old gentleman had described!'"Queer sort of thing, this," said Tom Smart, looking first at the chairand then at the press, and then at the letter, and then at the chairagain.<>
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I don't know how it happened, gentlemen--indeed myuncle used to tell me that Tom Smart said he didn't know how it happenedeither--but somehow or other the palm of Tom's hand fell upon the backof the widow's hand, and remained there while he spoke.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) '"I'll astonish you," said Tom, putting his hand in his pocket.<>
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IN WHICH IS GIVEN A FAITHFUL PORTRAITURE OF TWODISTINGUISHED PERSONS; AND AN ACCURATE DESCRIPTION OF A PUBLIC BREAKFASTIN THEIR HOUSE AND GROUNDS: WHICH PUBLIC BREAKFAST LEADS TO THERECOGNITION OF AN OLD ACQUAINTANCE, AND THE COMMENCEMENT OF ANOTHERCHAPTERMr. Pickwick's conscience had been somewhat reproaching him for hisrecent neglect of his friends at the Peacock; and he was just on thepoint of walking forth in quest of them, on the third morning after theelection had terminated, when his faithful valet put into his hand acard, on which was engraved the following inscription:-- Mrs.<>
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He had scarcely had time to form this conclusion, when a window abovestairs was thrown up, and three or four female voices repeated thequery--'Who's there?'Mr. Pickwick dared not move hand or foot.<>
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Do I look like arobber! My dear ladies--you may bind me hand and leg, or lock me up in acloset, if you like.<>
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I have said so already,' replied Mr.Wardle, shaking the right hand of his friend, while Mr. Trundle shookthe left.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'It IS matter of wonder, though, that anyone of Mr. Nathaniel Pipkin'sretiring disposition, nervous temperament, and most particularlydiminutive income, should from this day forth, have dared to aspire tothe hand and heart of the only daughter of the fiery old Lobbs--of oldLobbs, the great saddler, who could have bought up the whole villageat one stroke of his pen, and never felt the outlay--old Lobbs, who waswell known to have heaps of money, invested in the bank at the nearestmarket town--who was reported to have countless and inexhaustibletreasures hoarded up in the little iron safe with the big keyhole, overthe chimney-piece in the back parlour--and who, it was well known,on festive occasions garnished his board with a real silver teapot,cream-ewer, and sugar-basin, which he was wont, in the pride of hisheart, to boast should be his daughter's property when she found a manto her mind.<>
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At length, Maria Lobbs beingmore strenuously urged by the love-worn little man, turned away herhead, and whispered her cousin to say, or at all events Kate did say,that she felt much honoured by Mr. Pipkin's addresses; that her hand andheart were at her father's disposal; but that nobody could be insensibleto Mr. Pipkin's merits.<>
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After tea,too, when the wicked little cousin proposed a game at blind man's buff,it somehow or other happened that Nathaniel Pipkin was nearly alwaysblind, and whenever he laid his hand upon the male cousin, he was sureto find that Maria Lobbs was not far off.<>
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Pott smiled sweetly on the disturbedPickwickian, and extended her hand towards him.<>
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Take his hand before my veryface!Mr. P.<>
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You are an older hand at this than I thought you, Tupman; you have beenout before.<>
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"Mr. Weller,"says he, a-squeezing my hand wery hard, and vispering in my ear--"don'tmention this here agin--but it's the seasonin' as does it.<>
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"Well, sir," says oldFogg, looking at him very fierce--you know his way--"well, Sir, have youcome to settle?" "Yes, I have, sir," said Ramsey, putting his hand inhis pocket, and bringing out the money, "the debt's two pound ten, andthe costs three pound five, and here it is, Sir;" and he sighed likebricks, as he lugged out the money, done up in a bit of blotting-paper.<>
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He replied,without the slightest consideration--'Second court on the right hand side--last house but vun on the sameside the vay--take the box as stands in the first fireplace, 'cos thereain't no leg in the middle o' the table, which all the others has, andit's wery inconvenient.<>
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You don't find this sort of thing disagreeable, I hope,sir?' said his right hand neighbour, a gentleman in a checked shirt andMosaic studs, with a cigar in his mouth.<>
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He laid his hand upon the coffin, andmechanically adjusting the pall with which it was covered, motionedthem onward.<>
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"Be revenged; take my all, my life; cast me into thewater at your feet, and, if human nature can repress a struggle, I willdie, without stirring hand or foot.<>
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Although evidently not past theprime of life, his face was pale, haggard, and dejected; and it did notrequire the acute perception of the man of business, to discern at aglance, that disease or suffering had done more to work a change in hisappearance, than the mere hand of time could have accomplished in twicethe period of his whole life.<>
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"If thedefendant be a man of straw, who is to pay the costs, Sir?"'"Name any sum," said the stranger, his hand trembling so violentlywith excitement, that he could scarcely hold the pen he seized as hespoke--"any sum, and it is yours.<>
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So myblood being reg'larly up, I first gave him two or three for himself, andthen two or three more to hand over to the man with the red nose, andwalked off.<>
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I shall be sure to be with you, sir,' said Mr. Trotter; and wringingSam's hand with the utmost fervour, he walked away.<>
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I should feel very much obliged to you, for any advice, Sir,' said Mr.Magnus, taking another look at the clock, the hand of which was vergingon the five minutes past.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) Mr. Pickwick had taken a few strides to and fro; and the small hand ofthe clock following the latter part of his example, had arrived at thefigure which indicates the half-hour, when the door suddenly opened.<>
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At length,with the assistance of Mr. Tupman, he managed to push open the roof;and mounting on the seat, and steadying himself as well as he could, byplacing his hand on that gentleman's shoulder, Mr. Pickwick proceeded toaddress the multitude; to dwell upon the unjustifiable manner in whichhe had been treated; and to call upon them to take notice that hisservant had been first assaulted.<>
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Desiring Mr. Pickwick to walk to the upper end of thelittle apartment, and holding his hand upon the half-closed door, thathe might be able to effect an immediate escape, in case there was theleast tendency to a display of hostilities, Mr. Nupkins expressed hisreadiness to hear the communication, whatever it might be.<>
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Laying his hand on the mulberry collar of the unresisting Job, Mr.Weller dragged him into the kitchen; and, locking the door, handed thekey to Mr. Muzzle, who very coolly buttoned it up in a side pocket.<>
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Confronting him, stood Mr. Pickwick, who had evidently been inculcatingsome high moral lesson; for his left hand was beneath his coat tail, andhis right extended in air, as was his wont when delivering himself ofan impressive address.<>
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Leave the house!' said Mr. Nupkins, waving his hand emphatically.<>
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Job Trotter bowed with great politeness, and laid his hand upon hisheart.<>
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When Mr. Pickwick arrived at this point, Job Trotter, with facetiousgravity, applied his hand to his ear, as if desirous not to lose asyllable he uttered.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Good hand at accounts,' said Mr. Weller.'Is he?' said Sam.<>
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The respectable old gentlemanwrung his hand fervently, and seemed disposed to address someobservation to his son; but on Mrs.<>
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And as the boy hurried away with his hand to hishead, singing quite a different sort of tune, Gabriel Grub chuckled veryheartily to himself, and entered the churchyard, locking the gate behindhim.<>
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The sexton's brain whirled roundwith the rapidity of the motion he beheld, and his legs reeled beneathhim, as the spirits flew before his eyes; when the goblin king, suddenlydarting towards him, laid his hand upon his collar, and sank with himthrough the earth.<>
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A thrill of hatred struck toMr. Winkle's heart, as Bob Sawyer inflicted on the proffered hand aperceptible squeeze.<>
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Youneedn't take your hand away to do that.<>
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George's Church--turns out of the HighStreet on the right hand side the way.<>
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To thisMr. Gunter replied that, upon the whole, he rather preferred Mr. Noddyto his own brother; on hearing which admission, Mr. Noddy magnanimouslyrose from his seat, and proffered his hand to Mr. Gunter.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) It was at the end of the chorus to the first verse, that Mr. Pickwickheld up his hand in a listening attitude, and said, as soon as silencewas restored--'Hush! I beg your pardon.<>
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My friends,' said Mr. Humm, holding up his hand in adeprecatory manner, to bespeak the silence of such of the stout oldladies as were yet a line or two behind; 'my friends, a delegate fromthe Dorking Branch of our society, Brother Stiggins, attends below.<>
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All is gloom and silence in the house; even thevoice of the child is hushed; his infant sports are disregarded when hismother weeps; his "alley tors" and his "commoneys" are alike neglected;he forgets the long familiar cry of "knuckle down," and at tip-cheese,or odd and even, his hand is out.<>
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Colonel Wugsby's chair,where they waited patiently until the hand was over.<>
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Hide me! Do something withme!'All this time he was shivering with cold; and every time he raisedhis hand to the knocker, the wind took the dressing-gown in a mostunpleasant manner.<>
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, at Mr. Pickwick's; andin a parenthesis, in the left hand corner, were the words 'airy bell,'as an instruction to the bearer.<>
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Plates for a corresponding number of guests werewarming behind the fender; and the guests themselves were warming beforeit: the chief and most important of whom appeared to be a stoutishgentleman in a bright crimson coat with long tails, vividly redbreeches, and a cocked hat, who was standing with his back to the fire,and had apparently just entered, for besides retaining his cocked hat onhis head, he carried in his hand a high stick, such as gentlemen ofhis profession usually elevate in a sloping position over the roofs ofcarriages.<>
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The greengrocer put on a pair of wash-leathergloves to hand the plates with, and stationed himself behind Mr.Tuckle's chair.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'You don't mean to say you weren't down upon me?' said Mr. Bob Sawyer,shaking Mr. Winkle's hand with friendly warmth.<>
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Ben, my finefellow, put your hand into the cupboard, and bring out the patentdigester.<>
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Really, Sir,' said Mr. Winkle, hesitating whether to give his hand ornot, and almost fearing that it was demanded in order that he might betaken at an advantage, 'really, Sir, I--I know what you mean,' interposed Dowler.<>
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With this, Dowler fairly forced his hand upon Mr. Winkle,and shaking it with the utmost vehemence, declared he was a fellow ofextreme spirit, and he had a higher opinion of him than ever.<>
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There, Sam, there!Well,' said Sam, rather sulkily, but giving the proffered hand arespectful shake at the same time--'well, so you ought to be, and I amvery glad to find you air; for, if I can help it, I won't have him putupon by nobody, and that's all about it.<>
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There is little reason todoubt that Sam would very speedily have quieted his scruples, by bearingMr. Winkle back to Bath, bound hand and foot, had not Mr. Pickwick'sprompt attention to the note, which Dowler had undertaken to deliver,forestalled any such proceeding.<>
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Mr. Winkle was touched by this little traitof his delicate respect for the young PROTEGEE of his friend, and tookhis hand with a feeling of regard, akin to veneration.<>
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Into one pocket of this greatcoat, hethrust his left hand the moment he dismounted, while from the other hedrew forth, with his right, a very bright and glaring silk handkerchief,with which he whisked a speck or two of dust from his boots, and then,crumpling it in his hand, swaggered up the court.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) All this time, the man in the spectacles was hard at work, swearing theclerks; the oath being invariably administered, without any effort atpunctuation, and usually in the following terms:--'Take the book in your right hand this is your name and hand-writing youswear that the contents of this your affidavit are true so help you Goda shilling you must get change I haven't got it.<>
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Nomalice, I hope?' said the man, extending a hand the size of the yellowclump of fingers which sometimes swings over a glover's door.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'I am afraid, sir,' said Mr. Pickwick, laying his hand gently andcompassionately on his arm--'I am afraid you will have to live in somenoisy, crowded place.<>
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Friends to see me! My God! I have sunk,from the prime of life into old age, in this place, and there is not oneto raise his hand above my bed when I lie dead upon it, and say, "It isa blessing he is gone!"'The excitement, which had cast an unwonted light over the man's face,while he spoke, subsided as he concluded; and pressing his witheredhands together in a hasty and disordered manner, he shuffled from theroom.<>
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Having divested himself of this encumbrance, Mr. Weller gave his bodya sudden wrench to one side, and by a dexterous twist, contrived to gethis right hand into a most capacious pocket, from whence, after a greatdeal of panting and exertion, he extricated a pocket-book of the largeoctavo size, fastened by a huge leathern strap.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) The sick man laid his hand upon his attendant's arm, and motioned him tostop.<>
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The sick man drew a hand of his old fellow-prisoner towardshim, and pressing it affectionately between both his own, retained it inhis grasp.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Wot are you a-reachin' out, your hand for the tumbler in that 'eresawage way for?' said Sam, with great promptitude.<>
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Notwithstanding all the expedition he had used,however, the gate had been closed a good half-hour when he reached it,and by the time he had discovered Mr. Perker's laundress, who livedwith a married daughter, who had bestowed her hand upon a non-residentwaiter, who occupied the one-pair of some number in some street closelyadjoining to some brewery somewhere behind Gray's Inn Lane, it waswithin fifteen minutes of closing the prison for the night.<>
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This, Mr. Winkle, who had been for some seconds scratching hisnose with the brim of his hat, in a penitent manner, did; whereupon Mr.Pickwick slapped him on the back several times, and then shook handsheartily with Perker, who, not to be behind-hand in the compliments ofthe occasion, saluted both the bride and the pretty housemaid with rightgood-will, and, having wrung Mr. Winkle's hand most cordially, wound uphis demonstrations of joy by taking snuff enough to set any half-dozenmen with ordinarily-constructed noses, a-sneezing for life.<>
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Manyamong them were pressing forward to shake him by the hand again, when hedrew his arm through Perker's, and hurried from the prison, far more sadand melancholy, for the moment, than when he had first entered it.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) Mr. Bob Sawyer stopped to hear no more; but darting from the surgeryinto the outer shop, cried in a stentorian voice, 'Ben, my boy, she'sbolted!'Mr. Ben Allen, who had been slumbering behind the counter, with hishead half a foot or so below his knees, no sooner heard this appallingcommunication, than he made a precipitate rush at Mr. Martin, and,twisting his hand in the neck-cloth of that taciturn servitor, expressedan obliging intention of choking him where he stood.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) '"Now then!" said a voice, as my uncle felt a hand on his shoulder,"you're booked for one inside.<>
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" Exerting all his strength,at this moment, my uncle wrenched the ill-looking man's sword fromhis grasp, and flung it clean out of the coach window, upon which theyounger gentleman vociferated, "Death and lightning!" again, and laidhis hand upon the hilt of his sword, in a very fierce manner, but didn'tdraw it.<>
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If she so much as rustled the folds of her hood,he could hear the ill-looking man clap his hand upon his sword, andcould tell by the other's breathing (it was so dark he couldn't see hisface) that he was looking as big as if he were going to devour her at amouthful.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'The passengers had regarded this colloquy with great attention, and,finding that my uncle was determined not to alight, the younger mansqueezed past him, to hand the lady out.<>
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He had never had a swordin his hand before, except once when he played Richard the Third at aprivate theatre, upon which occasion it was arranged with Richmond thathe was to be run through, from behind, without showing fight at all.<>
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"'The young lady put up her hand as if to caution my uncle not to do so,and said--No, she didn't say anything--she smiled.<>
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He read, Sir,' rejoined Pott, laying his hand on Mr. Pickwick's knee,and looking round with a smile of intellectual superiority--'he read formetaphysics under the letter M, and for China under the letter C, andcombined his information, Sir!'Mr. Pott's features assumed so much additional grandeur at therecollection of the power and research displayed in the learnedeffusions in question, that some minutes elapsed before Mr. Pickwickfelt emboldened to renew the conversation; at length, as the editor'scountenance gradually relaxed into its customary expression of moralsupremacy, he ventured to resume the discourse by asking--'Is it fair to inquire what great object has brought you so far fromhome?That object which actuates and animates me in all my gigantic labours,Sir,' replied Pott, with a calm smile: 'my country's good.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) The pretty housemaid put out a hand which, although it was ahousemaid's, was a very small one, and rose to go.<>
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Notwithstanding that Sam called him by name severaltimes, he still continued to smoke with the same fixed and quietcountenance, and was only roused ultimately by his son's placing thepalm of his hand on his shoulder.<>
---------------
Here thespeaker, putting her hand before her mouth, coughed again, and lookedaffectionately at the elder Mr. Weller.<>
---------------
Yellow fever, perhaps--can't help that--if not--'Here Mr. Jingle paused, and striking the crown of his hat with greatviolence, passed his hand over his eyes, and sat down.<>
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However, my dear Sir,' added Perker, laying his hand on Mr.Pickwick's shoulder, 'your object is equally honourable, whatever theresult is.<>
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So saying, he put his umbrellaunder his arm, drew off his right glove, and extended the hand ofreconciliation to that most indignant gentleman; who, thereupon, thrusthis hands beneath his coat tails, and eyed the attorney with looks ofscornful amazement.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) The clerk repeated the question thrice, and receiving no answer,prepared to shut the door, when the boy suddenly opened his eyes, winkedseveral times, sneezed once, and raised his hand as if to repeat theknocking.<>
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With these words, Wardle shook Mr. Pickwick's hand once more, and,having done the same by Perker, threw himself into an arm-chair, hisjolly red face shining again with smiles and health.<>
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At length his broad face began to showsymptoms of a grin of proportionately broad dimensions; and then,thrusting half-a-crown into each of his pockets, and a hand and wristafter it, he burst into a horse laugh: being for the first and only timein his existence.<>
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Now, Mr. Pickwick being in the very best health and spirits, had beenmaking himself perfectly delightful all dinner-time, and was at thismoment engaged in an energetic conversation with Emily and Mr. Winkle;bowing his head, courteously, in the emphasis of his discourse, gentlywaving his left hand to lend force to his observations, and all glowingwith placid smiles.<>
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Inone instant, the mottled-faced gentleman depressed his hand again,and every glass was set down empty.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) So it was entered down on the little books that Boffer was to killhimself within ten days, or Wilkins Flasher, Esquire, was to hand overto Frank Simmery, Esquire, the sum of ten guineas; and that if Bofferdid kill himself within that time, Frank Simmery, Esquire, would pay toWilkins Flasher, Esquire, five guineas, instead.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) Mr. Pickwick took two or three turns up and down the room; and, rubbinghis chin with his left hand as he did so, appeared lost in thought.<>
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You said you'd speak,' replied Sam; 'how should I know you wos done upat the wery beginnin'?You might ha' seen I warn't able to start,' rejoined his father; 'I'mon the wrong side of the road, and backin' into the palin's, and allmanner of unpleasantness, and yet you von't put out a hand to help me.<>
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Vait a minit, Sir,' said Mr. Weller, raising his hand in a deprecatorymanner.<>
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The decanters passed from hand to hand with unwonted briskness, andMr. Pickwick, looking round on the faces of his friends with a cheerfulsmile, proceeded--'All the changes that have taken place among us,'said Mr. Pickwick, 'I mean the marriage that HAS taken place, and themarriage that WILL take place, with the changes they involve, renderedit necessary for me to think, soberly and at once, upon my future plans.<>
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As she came toabout the middle of the room, she stopped, and then suddenly swayed alittle, as if some invisible hand had struck her on the face.<>
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There's arevolver fallen from his hand with one shot discharged; and he certainlydidn't fire after he'd got yours.<>
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"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) He sighed, and put out his hand for his big, black hat.<>
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Sometimes he seemed to haveforgotten the matter in hand altogether, for he would make passingremarks on historical and social questions, or on the prospects ofdevelopment in the district.<>
---------------
Lying beside it, though not immediately visiblefrom the doorway, was a dagger of the theatrical sort; lying as if ithad fallen from the wound or from the hand of the assassin.<>
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"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "What I can't meet is the big difficulty," said Jarvis, putting his headon his hand with a sort of groan.<>
---------------
Then he made aslight movement with his hand and, stepping quickly across, stooped overthe corpse.<>
---------------
"Besides, don't you noticehe has hurt his hand and there's a small bandage round it?"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "Oh, that has nothing to do with it," said Evan hastily.<>
---------------
He cut his hand with a broken ink-bottle while we were working together.<>
---------------
I do most certainly propose to hand on thewhole of my property to my son, as my father handed it on to me; andnothing--I say advisedly, nothing--would induce me to take any othercourse.<>
---------------
"'The hand of Douglas is his own.<>
---------------
It was obvious that he was moving by stages round the whole circle, likea hand round a clock; but pausing for prayer or contemplation.<>
---------------
The hand had struck as straight as a striking snake; asinstantaneous as the flick of the long tongue of an ant-eater.<>
---------------
That brownhand coming in at the window, and whisking away the gem, was a momentarydelusion; a hand in a dream.<>
---------------
"Nobody was outside thewindow except the Master; and a hand certainly came from outside.<>
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"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "The hand came from outside, but the thief came from the inside," saidFather Brown.<>
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"Hunter leapt forward and leaned out of the window; in aflash he could tear off his glove, tuck up his sleeve, and thrust hishand back round the other side of the pillar, while he gripped theIndian with the other hand and halloed out that he'd caught the thief.<>
---------------
But the other hand was slipping the jewelinto his trouser pocket.<>
---------------
He had dropped his pistol ashe ran; he had a glove in one hand and the loose and fluttering fingersof it seemed to elongate and emphasize his wild pantomime of pointing orhailing for help.<>
---------------
He stood inthat silver-clasped cape of his, and with one hand on his hip, exactlyand in every line as he stood on those bloody sands long ago.<>
---------------
He had thrown away his pistol like anunclean thing; but Maurice's pistol still lay under his hand and it wasundischarged.<>
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(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "I have told you the exact truth," said Flambeau; "and it is open to youto hand me over to the police.<>
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a bad hand at
= niente affatto bravo a fare ,
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a bird in the hand
= una cosa certa , una cosa sicura ,
---------------
a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush
= meglio un uovo oggi che una gallina domani , meglio un fringuello in gabbia che un tordo in frasca ,
---------------
a good hand
= bravo ,
---------------
a good hand at
= bravo in ,
---------------
aahs
= american association for hand surgery , aahs , fa aah ,
---------------
an old hand at a job
= pratico di un lavoro ,
---------------
ask for a hand
= chiedere la mano ,
---------------
ask for a lady's hand
= chiedere la mano di una donna ,
---------------
asked for a hand
= chiesto la mano ,
---------------
asked for a lady's hand
= chiesto la mano di una donna ,
---------------
asking for a hand
= chiedendo la mano ,
---------------
asking for a lady's hand
= chiedendo la mano di una donna ,
---------------
asks for a hand
= chiede la mano ,
---------------
asks for a lady's hand
= chiede la mano di una donna ,
---------------
at first hand
= di prima mano , direttamente ,
---------------
at hand
= a portata di mano , vicino , imminente ,
---------------
at one's right hand
= a destra , a dritta ,
---------------
at right hand of
= alla destra di ,
---------------
ate out of hand
= preso il cibo dalle mani , dipeso totalmente , stato pronto a prendere ordini , stato umilissimo servo ,
---------------
back of the hand
= dorso della mano ,
---------------
balance in hand
= saldo a credito , saldo di cassa , somma in cassa , esistenza di cassa ,
---------------
balance on hand
= saldo a credito , saldo di cassa , somma in cassa , esistenza di cassa ,
---------------
balances in hand
= saldi a credito ,
---------------
bandaged hand
= mano fasciata ,
---------------
be prepared to put your hand in your pocket
= preparati a metter mano al portafoglio! , preparati a metter mano alla tasca! ,
---------------
bear a hand
= dare una mano , aiutare ,
---------------
bearing a hand
= dando una mano , aiutando ,
---------------
bears a hand
= dà una mano , aiuta ,
---------------
bellows worked by hand
= mantice azionato a soffietto ,
---------------
big hand
= lancetta dei minuti , mano grande ,
---------------
bills in hand
= portafoglio cambiario , portafoglio cambiali , cambiali in portafoglio ,
---------------
bind hand and foot
= legare mani e piedi ,
---------------
binding hand and foot
= legando mani e piedi ,
---------------
binds hand and foot
= lega mani e piedi ,
---------------
bird in the hand
= sicurezza , cosa certa ,
---------------
bit the hand that feeds one
= sputato nel piatto in cui si mangia ,
---------------
bite the hand that feeds one
= sputare nel piatto in cui si mangia ,
---------------
bites the hand that feeds one
= sputa nel piatto in cui si mangia ,
---------------
biting the hand that feeds one
= sputando nel piatto in cui si mangia ,
---------------
bitten the hand that feeds one
= sputato nel piatto in cui si mangia ,
---------------
bloody hand
= mano rossa ,
---------------
book on hand
= libro in corso di stampa ,
---------------
books on hand
= libri in corso di stampa ,
---------------
bore a hand
= dato una mano , aiutato ,
---------------
born a hand
= dato una mano , aiutato ,
---------------
borne a hand
= dato una mano , aiutato ,
---------------
bound hand and foot
= legato mani e piedi ,
---------------
bridle hand
= mano sinistra ,
---------------
bring up a baby by hand
= allevare artificialmente un bambino ,
---------------
bringing up a baby by hand
= allevando artificialmente un bambino ,
---------------
brings up a baby by hand
= alleva artificialmente un bambino ,
---------------
brought up a baby by hand
= allevato artificialmente un bambino ,
---------------
by hand
= a mano ,
---------------
by the hand
= per mano ,
---------------
by the strong hand
= con la forza , con la violenza ,
---------------
came to hand
= pervenuto, arrivato ,
---------------
cap in hand
= col berretto in mano, in modo umile e sottomesso ,
---------------
cash on hand
= fondo ,
---------------
come to hand
= pervenire, arrivare ,
---------------
comes to hand
= perviene, arriva ,
---------------
coming to hand
= pervenendo, arrivando ,
---------------
cool hand
= persona dotata di fredda audacia ,
---------------
cross hand
= dare dei soldi ,
---------------
crossed hand
= dato dei soldi ,
---------------
crosses hand
= dà dei soldi ,
---------------
crossing hand
= dando dei soldi ,
---------------
dapper wave of the hand
= rapido cenno con la mano ,
---------------
dead hand
= manomorta ,
---------------
die by one's own hand
= morire di propria mano, darsi la morte ,
---------------
died by one's own hand
= morto di propria mano, datosi la morte ,
---------------
dieing by one's own hand
= morendo di propria mano, dandosi la morte ,
---------------
dies by one's own hand
= muore di propria mano, si dà la morte ,
---------------
dip one's hand into one's purse
= spendere a piene mani, spendere e spandere, vuotare la borsa ,
---------------
dipped one's hand into one's purse
= speso a piene mani, vuotato la borsa ,
---------------
dipping one's hand into one's purse
= spendendo a piene mani, spendendo e spandendo, vuotando la borsa ,
---------------
dips one's hand into one's purse
= spende a piene mani, spende e spande, vuota la borsa ,
---------------
discard one's hand
= buttar via le carte , non starci ,
---------------
discarded one's hand
= buttato via le carte , non statoci ,
---------------
discarding one's hand
= buttando via le carte , non standoci ,
---------------
discards one's hand
= butta via le carte , non ci sta ,
---------------
eat out of hand
= prendere il cibo dalle mani , pendere dalle labbra , essere pronto a prendere ordini , essere umilissimo servo ,
---------------
eaten out of hand
= preso il cibo dalle mani , dipeso totalmente , stato pronto a prendere ordini , stato umilissimo servo ,
---------------
eating out of hand
= prendendo il cibo dalle mani , pendendo dalle labbra , essendo pronto a prendere ordini , essendo umilissimo servo ,
---------------
eats out of hand
= prende il cibo dalle mani , pende dalle labbra , è pronto a prendere ordini , è umilissimo servo ,
---------------
gain the upper hand
= avere la meglio, spuntarla,
---------------
gain the upper hand over
= avere la meglio su, spuntarla su,
---------------
gained the upper hand
= avuto la meglio, spuntatala,
---------------
gained the upper hand over
= avuto la meglio su, spuntatala su,
---------------
gaining the upper hand
= avendo la meglio, spuntandola,
---------------
gaining the upper hand over
= avendo la meglio su, spuntandola su,
---------------
gains the upper hand
= ha la meglio, la spunta,
---------------
gains the upper hand over
= ha la meglio su, la spunta su,
---------------
he wiped his hand across his mouth
= si è pulito la bocca con la mano,
---------------
juice hand
= elettricista ,
---------------
like the back of one's hand
= come il palmo della propria mano,
---------------
non above lending us a hand
= non esitante nel darci una mano,
---------------
out of hand
= non a portata di mano,
---------------
prepared to put your hand in your pocket
= preparato a metter mano al portafoglio, preparato a metter mano alla tasca,
---------------
script page left hand
= pagina sinistra del copione ,
---------------
script page right hand
= pagina destra del copione ,
---------------
underbid one's hand
= fare una dichiarazione troppo bassa rispetto alle carte che si hanno in mano ,
---------------
underbidding one's hand
= facendo una dichiarazione troppo bassa rispetto alle carte che si hanno in mano ,
---------------
underbids one's hand
= fa una dichiarazione troppo bassa rispetto alle carte che si hanno in mano ,
---------------
Coniugazione:2 - porgere
Ausiliare:avere transitivo
INDICATIVO - attivo
Presente
io porgo
tu porgi
egli porge
noi porgiamo
voi porgete
essi porgono
Imperfetto
io porgevo
tu porgevi
egli porgeva
noi porgevamo
voi porgevate
essi porgevano
Passato remoto
io porsi
tu porgésti
egli porse
noi porgémmo
voi porgéste
essi porsero
Passato prossimo
io ho porto
tu hai porto
egli ha porto
noi abbiamo porto
voi avete porto
essi hanno porto
Trapassato prossimo
io avevo porto
tu avevi porto
egli aveva porto
noi avevamo porto
voi avevate porto
essi avevano porto
Trapassato remoto
io ebbi porto
tu avesti porto
egli ebbe porto
noi avemmo porto
voi eveste porto
essi ebbero porto
Futuro semplice
io porgerò
tu porgerai
egli porgerà
noi porgeremo
voi porgerete
essi porgeranno
Futuro anteriore
io avrò porto
tu avrai porto
egli avrà porto
noi avremo porto
voi avrete porto
essi avranno porto
CONGIUNTIVO - attivo
Presente
che io porga
che tu porga
che egli porga
che noi porgiamo
che voi porgiate
che essi porgano
Passato
che io abbia porto
che tu abbia porto
che egli abbia porto
che noi abbiamo porto
che voi abbiate porto
che essi abbiano porto
Imperfetto
che io porgéssi
che tu porgéssi
che egli porgésse
che noi porgéssimo
che voi porgéste
che essi porgéssero
Trapassato
che io avessi porto
che tu avessi porto
che egli avesse porto
che noi avessimo porto
che voi aveste porto
che essi avessero porto
CONDIZIONALE - attivo
Presente
io porgerei
tu porgeresti
egli porgerebbe
noi porgeremmo
voi porgereste
essi porgerebbero
Passato
io avrei porto
tu avresti porto
egli avrebbe porto
noi avremmo porto
voi avreste porto
essi avrebbero porto
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
IMPERATIVO - attivo
Presente
-
porgi
porga
porgiamo
porgete
porgano
Futuro
-
porgerai
porgerà
porgeremo
porgerete
porgeranno
INFINITO - attivo
Presente
porger
Passato
essersi porto
PARTICIPIO - attivo
Presente
porgente
Passato
porto
 
 
GERUNDIO - attivo
Presente
porgendo
Passato
avendo porto
Verb: to hand-handed-handed
Ausiliar: to have - transitivo
Affermative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
I hand
you hand
he/she/it hands
we hand
you hand
they hand
Simple past
I handed
you handed
he/she/it handed
we handed
you handed
they handed
Simple past
I handed
you handed
he/she/it handed
we handed
you handed
they handed
Present perfect
I have handed
you have handed
he/she/it has handed
we have handed
you have handed
they have handed
Past perfect
I had handed
you had handed
he/she/it had handed
we had handed
you had handed
they had handed
Past perfect
I had handed
you had handed
he/she/it had handed
we had handed
you had handed
they had handed
Simple future
I will hand
you will hand
he/she/it will hand
we will hand
you will hand
they will hand
Future perfect
I will have handed
you will have handed
he/she/it will have handed
we will have handed
you will have handed
they will have handed
Present continuous
I am handing
you are handing
he/she/it is handing
we are handing
you are handing
they are handing
Past simple continuous
I was handing
you were handing
he/she/it was handing
we were handing
you were handing
they were handing
Future continuous
I will be handing
you will be handing
he/she/it will be handing
we will be handing
you will be handing
they will be handing
Future perfect continuous
I will have been handing
you will have been handing
he/she/it will have been handing
we will have been handing
you will have been handing
they will have been handing
Present perfect continuous
I have been handing
you have been handing
he/she/it has been handing
we have been handing
you have been handing
they have been handing
Past perfect continuous
I had been handing
you had been handing
he/she/it had been handing
we had been handing
you had been handing
they had been handing
Affermative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That I hand
That you hand
That he/she/it hand
That we hand
That you hand
That they hand
Present perfect
That I have handed
That you have handed
That he/she/it have handed
That we have handed
That you have handed
That they have handed
Simple past
That I handed
That you handed
That he/she/it handed
That we handed
That you handed
That they handed
Past perfect
That I had handed
That you had handed
That he/she/it had handed
That we had handed
That you had handed
That they had handed
Affermative - CONDITIONAL
Present
I would hand
you would hand
we would hand
we would hand
you would hand
they would hand
Past
I would have handed
you would have handed
he/she/it would have handed
we would have handed
you would have handed
they would have handed
Present continous
I would be handing
you would be handing
we would be handing
we would be handing
you would be handing
they would be handing
Past continous
I would have been handing
you would have been handing
he/she/it would have been handing
we would have been handing
you would have been handing
they would have been handing
Affermative - IMPERATIVE
Present
let me hand
hand
let him hand
let us hand
hand
let them hand
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Affermative - INFINITIVE
Present
to hand
Past
to have handed
Present continous
to be handing
Perfect continous
to have been handing
Affermative - PARTICIPLE
Present
handing
Past
handed
Perfect
having handed
Affermative - GERUND
Present
handing
Past
having handed
Negative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
I do not hand
you do not hand
he/she/it does not hands
we do not hand
you do not hand
they do not hand
Simple past
I did not hand
you did not hand
he/she/it did not hand
we did not hand
you did not hand
they did not hand
Simple past
I did not hand
you did not hand
he/she/it did not hand
we did not hand
you did not hand
they did not hand
Present perfect
I have not handed
you have not handed
he/she/it has not handed
we have not handed
you have not handed
they have not handed
Past perfect
I had not handed
you had not handed
he/she/it had not handed
we had not handed
you had not handed
they had not handed
Past perfect
I had not handed
you had not handed
he/she/it had not handed
we had not handed
you had not handed
they had not handed
Simple future
I will not hand
you will not hand
he/she/it will not hand
we will not hand
you will not hand
they will not hand
Future perfect
I will not have handed
you will not have handed
he/she/it will not have handed
we will not have handed
you will not have handed
they will not have handed
Present continuous
I am not handing
you are not handing
he/she/it is not handing
we are not handing
you are not handing
they are not handing
Past simple continuous
I was not handing
you were not handing
he/she/it was not handing
we were not handing
you were not handing
they were not handing
Future continuous
I will not be handing
you will not be handing
he/she/it will not be handing
we will not be handing
you will not be handing
they will not be handing
Future perfect continuous
I will not have been handing
you will not have been handing
he/she/it will not have been handing
we will not have been handing
you will not have been handing
they will not have been handing
Present perfect continuous
I have not been handing
you have not been handing
he/she/it has not been handing
we have not been handing
you have not been handing
they have not been handing
Past perfect continuous
I had not been handing
you had not been handing
he/she/it had not been handing
we had not been handing
you had not been handing
they had not been handing
Negative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That I do not hand
That you do not hand
That he/she/it does not hand
That we do not hand
That you do not hand
That they do not hand
Present perfect
That I have not handed
That you have not handed
That he/she/it have not handed
That we have not handed
That you have not handed
That they have not handed
Simple past
That I did not hand
That you did not hand
That he/she/it did not hand
That we did not hand
That you did not hand
That they did not hand
Past perfect
That I had not handed
That you had not handed
That he/she/it had not handed
That we had not handed
That you had not handed
That they had not handed
Negative - CONDITIONAL
Present
I would not hand
you would not hand
we would not hand
we would not hand
you would not hand
they would not hand
Past
I would not have handed
you would not have handed
he/she/it would not have handed
we would not have handed
you would not have handed
they would not have handed
Present continous
I would not be handing
you would not be handing
we would not be handing
we would not be handing
you would not be handing
they would not be handing
Past continous
I would not have been handing
you would not have been handing
he/she/it would not have been handing
we would not have been handing
you would not have been handing
they would not have been handing
Negative - IMPERATIVE
Present
do not let me hand
do not hand
do not let him hand
do not let us hand
do not hand
do not let them hand
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Negative - INFINITIVE
Present
not to hand
Past
not to have handed
Present continous
not to be handing
Perfect continous
not to have been handing
Negative - PARTICIPLE
Present
not handing
Past
not handed
Perfect
not having handed
Negative - GERUND
Present
not handing
Past
not having handed
Interrogative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
do I hand ?
do you hand ?
does she/he/it hands ?
do we hand ?
do you hand ?
do they hand ?
Simple past
did I hand ?
did you hand ?
did she/he/it hand ?
did we hand ?
did you hand ?
did they hand ?
Simple past
did I hand ?
did you hand ?
did she/he/it hand ?
did we hand ?
did you hand ?
did they hand ?
Present perfect
have I handed ?
have you handed ?
has she/he/it handed ?
have we handed ?
have you handed ?
have they handed ?
Past perfect
had I handed ?
had you handed ?
had she/he/it handed ?
had we handed ?
had you handed ?
had they handed ?
Past perfect
had I handed ?
had you handed ?
had she/he/it handed ?
had we handed ?
had you handed ?
had they handed ?
Simple future
will I hand ?
will you hand ?
will she/he/it hand ?
will we hand ?
will you hand ?
will they hand ?
Future perfect
will I have handed ?
will you have handed ?
will she/he/it have handed ?
will we have handed ?
will you have handed ?
will they have handed ?
Present continuous
am I handing ?
are you handing ?
is she/he/it handing ?
are we handing ?
are you handing ?
are they handing ?
Past simple continuous
was I handing ?
were you handing ?
was she/he/it handing ?
were we handing ?
were you handing ?
were they handing ?
Future continuous
will I be handing ?
will you be handing ?
will she/he/it be handing ?
will we be handing ?
will you be handing ?
will they be handing ?
Future perfect continuous
will I have been handing ?
will you have been handing ?
will she/he/it have been handing ?
will we have been handing ?
will you have been handing ?
will they have been handing ?
Present perfect continuous
have I been handing ?
have you been handing ?
has she/he/it been handing ?
have we been handing ?
have you been handing ?
have they been handing ?
Past perfect continuous
had I been handing ?
had you been handing ?
had she/he/it been handing ?
had we been handing ?
had you been handing ?
had they been handing ?
Interrogative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That do I hand ?
That do you hand ?
That does she/he/it hand ?
That do we hand ?
That do you hand ?
That do they hand ?
Present perfect
That have I handed ?
That have you handed ?
That have she/he/it handed ?
That have we handed ?
That have you handed ?
That have they handed ?
Simple past
That did I hand ?
That did you hand ?
That did she/he/it hand ?
That did we hand ?
That did you hand ?
That did they hand ?
Past perfect
That had I handed ?
That had you handed ?
That had she/he/it handed ?
That had we handed ?
That had you handed ?
That had they handed ?
Interrogative - CONDITIONAL
Present
would I hand ?
would you hand ?
would she/he/it hand ?
would we hand ?
would you hand ?
would they hand ?
Past
would I have handed?
would you have handed?
would she/he/it have handed?
would we have handed?
would you have handed?
would they have handed?
Present continous
would I be handing ?
would you be handing ?
would she/he/it be handing ?
would we be handing ?
would you be handing ?
would they be handing ?
Past continous
would I have been handing?
would you have been handing?
would she/he/it have been handing?
would we have been handing?
would you have been handing?
would they have been handing?
Interrogative - IMPERATIVE
Present
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Interrogative-Negative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
do I not hand ?
do you not hand ?
does she/he/it not hands ?
do we not hand ?
do you not hand ?
do they not hand ?
Simple past
did I not hand ?
did you not hand ?
did she/he/it not hand ?
did we not hand ?
did you not hand ?
did they not hand ?
Simple past
did I not hand ?
did you not hand ?
did she/he/it not hand ?
did we not hand ?
did you not hand ?
did they not hand ?
Present perfect
have I not handed ?
have you not handed ?
has she/he/it not handed ?
have we not handed ?
have you not handed ?
have they not handed ?
Past perfect
had I not handed ?
had you not handed ?
had she/he/it not handed ?
had we not handed ?
had you not handed ?
had they not handed ?
Past perfect
had I not handed ?
had you not handed ?
had she/he/it not handed ?
had we not handed ?
had you not handed ?
had they not handed ?
Simple future
will I not hand ?
will you not hand ?
will she/he/it not hand ?
will we not hand ?
will you not hand ?
will they not hand ?
Future perfect
will I not have handed ?
will you not have handed ?
will she/he/it not have handed ?
will we not have handed ?
will you not have handed ?
will they not have handed ?
Present continuous
am I not handing ?
are you not handing ?
is she/he/it not handing ?
are we not handing ?
are you not handing ?
are they not handing ?
Past simple continuous
was I not handing ?
were you not handing ?
was she/he/it not handing ?
were we not handing ?
were you not handing ?
were they not handing ?
Future continuous
will I not be handing ?
will you not be handing ?
will she/he/it not be handing ?
will we not be handing ?
will you not be handing ?
will they not be handing ?
Future perfect continuous
will I not have been handing ?
will you not have been handing ?
will she/he/it not have been handing ?
will we not have been handing ?
will you not have been handing ?
will they not have been handing ?
Present perfect continuous
have I not been handing ?
have you not been handing ?
has she/he/it not been handing ?
have we not been handing ?
have you not been handing ?
have they not been handing ?
Past perfect continuous
had I not been handing ?
had you not been handing ?
had she/he/it not been handing ?
had we not been handing ?
had you not been handing ?
had they not been handing ?
Interrogative-Negative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That do I not hand ?
That do you not hand ?
That does she/he/it not hand ?
That do we not hand ?
That do you not hand ?
That do they not hand ?
Present perfect
That have I not handed ?
That have you not handed ?
That have she/he/it not handed ?
That have we not handed ?
That have you not handed ?
That have they not handed ?
Simple past
That did I not hand ?
That did you not hand ?
That did she/he/it not hand ?
That did we not hand ?
That did you not hand ?
That did they not hand ?
Past perfect
That had I not handed ?
That had you not handed ?
That had she/he/it not handed ?
That had we not handed ?
That had you not handed ?
That had they not handed ?
Interrogative-Negative - CONDITIONAL
Present
would I not hand ?
would you not hand ?
would she/he/it not hand ?
would we not hand ?
would you not hand ?
would they not hand ?
Past
would I not have handed?
would you not have handed?
would she/he/it not have handed?
would we not have handed?
would you not have handed?
would they not have handed?
Present continous
would I not be handing ?
would you not be handing ?
would she/he/it not be handing ?
would we not be handing ?
would you not be handing ?
would they not be handing ?
Past continous
would I not have been handing?
would you not have been handing?
would she/he/it not have been handing?
would we not have been handing?
would you not have been handing?
would they not have been handing?
Interrogative-Negative - IMPERATIVE
Present