The customer may need their receipt, so always be sureto put it in the bag. New York City is very large. Imperative question : Do you know how to write a sentence? She had aired her new accent and her new clothes a trifle too insolently. For example: Jim is running around outside. By this simple contrivance the capillary action can be stopped or renewed in a second, without removing the top of the lubricator. For this accidental production, as I may call it, does manifest as much, if not very much more, of the excellency of his contrivance as any thing in the more perfect vegetative bodies of the world, even as the accidental motion of the Automaton does make the owner see, that there was much more contrivance in it then at first he imagin'd.
Signed with my name, complete with my life story, this manuscript will be enclosed in a small, unsinkable contrivance. According to the chart above, 'they' takes the verb 'are'. According to the chart above, 'you' takes the verb 'are'. He contrived to remove the money from her bag. He knows personal computers inside and out.
The contrivance, if a contrivance, to get me away, so insolently mean! Indeed, the handshake has permeated our culture, our etiquette, our daily lives, to become perhaps our most important non-verbal communicative contrivance. War and Peace is very long. Your question uses sentence in a sentence. He contrived a tent from an old sack. I was not long in discovering that she was a frequent visitor at the Castle; for, on our going in, and my complimenting Wemmick on his ingenious contrivance for announcing himself to the Aged, he begged me to give my attention for a moment to the other side of the chimney, and disappeared. When my appointment is finished, I will call you.
The huge contrivance rumbled over the cobblestones and reached the abbey grounds where it halted before the avenue of yews leading up to the south door. In the wall near the door there was a complicated contrivance of mirrors which Conan guessed was the Eye Techotl had mentioned, so arranged that a narrow, crystal-paned slot in the wall could be looked through from within without being discernible from without. Example: 'a cat' or 'a question' mean that you're talking about just one cat or one question. Bill cast a baleful glance at his rival and thrust 247 out his chin insolently. Other similar cases could be given; for instance in plants, the very curious contrivance of a mass of pollen-grains, borne on a foot-stalk with an adhesive gland, is apparently the same in Orchis and Asclepias, genera almost as remote as is possible among flowering plants; but here again the parts are not homologous. Thus, it is a law of motion, discovered by experience, that the moment or force of any body in motion is in the compound ratio or proportion of its solid contents and its velocity; and consequently, that a small force may remove the greatest obstacle or raise the greatest weight, if, by any contrivance or machinery, we can increase the velocity of that force, so as to make it an overmatch for its antagonist.
The use of 'is' or 'are' all depends on the noun which they refer to. Perhaps you're referring to the subject of the sentence; Mario likes pizza. Another meaning as a noun is the punishment imposed by a court on somebody convicted of a crime. Indeed there is no contrivance of our body, but some good man in Scripture hath hanselled it with prayer. David thought it would be easy, too, to get to a small thicket and bury his bag in a hole he had already made and covered up under the roots of an old hollow ash, and he had, in fact, found the hole without a moment's difficulty, had uncovered it, and was about gently to drop the bag into it, when the sound of a large body rustling towards him with something like a bellow was such a surprise to David, who, as a gentleman gifted with much contrivance, was naturally only prepared for what he expected, that instead of dropping the bag gently he let it fall so as to make it untwist and vomit forth the shining guineas.
Please, however, to note the contrivance which I adopt whenever I am in a difficulty of this sort. The plot, dextrous as the contrivance of it had been, was not destined to succeed. The boys abandoned their ball game as soon as the icecream truck headed down the str … eet. The books are on the shelf. She may need her receipt, so be sure to put it in thebag. And so comes now a contrivance for holding the spindle in this position. Each came in by this contrivance at his own door, and sat at an octagon table, at which, of course, there was no chief place or head.
There are three idioms that may seem confusingly similar : In and out : leaving and returning repeatedly Inside and out : thoroughly, as someone completely familiar would be Ins and outs : the detailed workings of a process At home, the kids are in and out between school and activiti … es. It seems a contrivance, a gimmick designed to get attention, which it does. He had not confessed to himself yet that he had done anything in the way of contrivance to this end; he had accepted what seemed to have been offered. The baseball scout knew the ins and outs of recruiting new players. This contrivance is only a false face in no way connected with the real eyes and mouth.
. Describing the sentence: He was sentenced to forty hours of scrubbing the sidewalk with a bucket and a … brush. Here, however, the novel ends with unearned sentimentality and cheap contrivance. The discovery of this contrivance would doubtless be a pedagogical disaster, and yet its nondiscovery, Godwin implies, might prove even worse. One aimed a rodlike contrivance at him, and there was another flare of light.
All the adventures at the Castle of Miraguarda are excellent and of admirable contrivance, and the language is polished and clear, studying and observing the style befitting the speaker with propriety and judgment. As a helper verb: The dog … is eating his food now, but he was eating my sandwich a minute ago. They are all so quiet right now. Mario is the subject because the sentence is about him The snow came early this year. Cide Hamete adds that this marvellous contrivance stood for some ten or twelve days; but that, as it became noised abroad through the city that he had in his house an enchanted head that answered all who asked questions of it, Don Antonio, fearing it might come to the ears of the watchful sentinels of our faith, explained the matter to the inquisitors, who commanded him to break it up and have done with it, lest the ignorant vulgar should be scandalised.