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Schranke, Balustrade. tolerably: erträglich. Mark Twain 47 He%drew an imaginary circle on the stones of the roof, and burnt a pinch of powder in it, which sent up a small cloud of aromatic smoke, whereat everybody fell back and began to cross themselves and get uncomfortable. Then he began to mutter and make passes in the air with his hands. He worked himself up slowly and gradually into a sort of frenzy, and got to thrashing around with his arms like the sails of a windmill. By this time the storm had about reached us; the gusts of wind were flaring the torches and making the shadows swash about, the first heavy drops of rain were falling, the world abroad was black as pitch, the lightning began to wink fitfully.
I said: "You wanted to burn me alive when I had not done you any harm, and latterly you have been trying to injure my professional reputation. " "I can, fair sir, and I will. " German ascended: stiegst, gestiegen, stieg, stiegen, stiegt, aufgestiegen, stiegst auf, stiegt auf, stiegen auf, stieg auf, erstiegst. battlements: Zinnen. blacken: schwärzen, schwärze, schwärzt, verleumden. consummate: vollendet, vollenden. daytime: Tageszeit. flags: Flaggen. heralds: verkündet, herolde. injure: verletzen, verletze, verletzst, verletzt, beschädigen, beschädige, proclamation: Proklamation, beschädigst, verderben, beschädigt, Bekanntmachung, Verkündigung, kränken, schaden zufügen.
I had been used to chromos for years, and I saw now that without my suspecting it a passion for art had got worked into the fabric of my being, and was become a part of me. It made me homesick to look around over this proud and gaudy but heartless barrenness and remember that in our house in East Hartford, all unpretending as it was, you couldn't go into a room but you would find an insurance-chromo, or at least German aglow: glühend. apartments: Wohnungen, Appartements. barrenness: Unfruchtbarkeit, Öde, Dürre, Trockenheit.