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Poetry sellers , items Shop. Art sellers , items Shop. Fiction sellers , items Shop. Music sellers 73, items Shop. Biography sellers , items Shop. Literature sellers , items Shop. Photography sellers 76, items Shop. Religion sellers , items Shop. Architecture sellers 64, items Shop. Sports sellers 58, items Shop. Philosophy sellers 65, items Shop. Travel sellers 59, items Shop. Science sellers 76, items Shop. Childrens sellers , items Shop. Military sellers 63, items Shop. To enter the house forcibly, with a search warrant.

To pave the way to obtaining some- thing. To protract a negotiation; to raise a salary. To prolong a negotiation for the sake of profit. To prepare for some great expendi- ture. Alarg6 la piel. Alastrar un navio. Alborotar la calle. Ni te alborotes, ni te enfotes. Alcanzar de alguno. Alcanzarsele poco a alguno. Asno con oro alcanzalo todo. Alcanza quien no cansa. Alcanzar a uno de razones. Mis posibles no alcanzan d eso. Alcanzar a ver. Alcanzar en dias. El remedio no alcanz6 a curar la enfermedad. Caballo que alcanza, pasar querria.

No le alcanzaran galgos. Cada uno alega en derecho de su dedo. Alegrar las luces. Alegrarsele a uno los ojos. Aligerarse la ropa. Aligerar un caballo. Alindar el ganado. Alinearse los soldados. Alotar las anclas. Alquilar un cuarto alhajado con assistancia, 6 sin ella. Alquil un sim6n para ir al paseo. Alterar la moneda. Alzar un entredicho. Alzar figura.

Alzar los ojos, 6 las manos. Alzar el dedo. He gave up the ghost. To ballast a ship nau. To disturb the neighborhood. Neither believe nor disbelieve blindly. To prevail upon any one. To be of weak understanding. Even a fool, if rich, can get what he wants. He who does not tire achieves. To get the better of another in argu- ment. My means are not equal to that. To descry. To live long. This medicine does not reach the root of the evil. A person whose aspirations are never satisfied.

A Scoicjijcousinship ; a very distant relationship. Every one looks out for his own interest. To snuff the candles. To show gladness in one's eyes. To dress very lightly. To make a horse move lightly and freely. To drive cattle to pasture. To fall into line mil. To stow the anchors nau. To let, a furnished room, with or without board.

I hired a hackney-coach to go to the fashionable drive. To debase the coinage. To raise an injunction. To assume an air of importance. To raise the eyes or hands. To raise the forefinger in assever- ation or affirmation. Alzar 6 levantar el gallo. Alzar la cresta. Alzar velas. Alzarse con algo. Alzar el rastrojo. Alza y baja de los fondos publioos. Alzar las eras.

En Brazos de Su Protector : (in the Arms of Her Protector)

Alzar el precio. Alzar 6 levantar rey, 6 por rey. Alzar el destierro. Alzar 6 levantar pendones. Alzome a mi mano, ni pierdo ni gano. Alzarse a mayores. Alzar alguna cosa. Alzarse con el santo, y con la li- mosna. Alzar la obra. Alzarse el agua. Alzar cabeza. Alzar los naipes. Alzarse 6 levantarse con el dinero. Quien bien ama, tarde olvida. Amagar y no dar. Cuando Dios amanece, para todos aparece. Yo amaneci en Madrid, y anocheci en Toledo. Por mucho madrugar, no amanece mas temprano. Arreboles al oriente agua amane- ciente.

Amaestrar un caballo. Quien feo ama, hermoso le parece. Quien ama el peligro, perece en el. To show one's self proud or arrogant. To be elated with pride.

To set the sails nau. To defraud. To run the first furrows with the plough. The rise and fall of public securities. To finish the harvesting of grain. To raise the price. To proclaim a king. To pardon an exile. To proclaim loudly ; to make public. He who is not hampered by affairs can act freely. To be petulant. To lay away anything. To abscond with money entrusted to one's care. To stop work.

To stop raining. To recover from a calamity or dis- ease. To cut the cards. To win all the stakes in gambling. He who loves truly is slow to forget. To threaten, but not strike. Is this the dawn of day for you! The sun shines on the just and on the unjust. God give you a happy morrow! I was in Madrid at dawn, and in To- ledo at twilight. It dawns none the sooner because we rise early. A red sky in the morning indicates rain. To break in a horse. Love is blind. He who loves danger will perish by it. Cada dia gallina, amarga la cocina.

La verdad amarga. Amoldar las agujas. Amontonarse el juicio. Amparar en la posesi6n. Amusgar las orejas. El tiempo anda. El reloj 6 el molino anda. Los planetas 6 las maquinas andan. Andar 6 estar por las nubes el mar. El carro no anda. Andar con las cruces a cuestas. Andar estaciones. Ir 6 andar las estaciones. Tornar a andar las estaciones.

Andar al uso. Andar en coplas. Andar en palmas. Andarse por las margenes, 6 las ramas. Anden y tnganse. Andar de rama en rama. Andar en retrucanos. Andar en coplas, 6 de boca en boca. Andar triste, 6 alegre. Andese la gaita por el lugar. Andar de una camada. No se ande V. No andar en dengues. Camino de Santiago, tanto anda el cojo como el sano.

Andar como el cangrejo. We cling to those whom we need. Constant repetition wearies. The truth may be bitter to the evil doer. To polish needles. To lose one's presence of mind. To keep one in possession of prop- erty. To listen ; to prick up one's ears. Time flies. The watch or the mill goes. Planers or machines move. The sea runs mountains high. The wheels are clogged ; the busi- ness does not prosper. To pray to God. To pray at certain shrines in order to obtain indulgences.

To mind one's own business. To return to one's evil habits. To conform to the times. To be very well known. To be universally applauded. To beat about the bush ; not to come to the point. To play fast and loose. To dwell upon unimportant details. To play upon words. To be the town talk. To be sad, or merry. It is of no consequence ; I do not care. Like seeks like. Do not stand upon compliments. Not to mind trifles. Good pilgrims accommodate their pace, and arrive together.

To go backward, like a crab. Quien anda entre la miel, algo se le pega. Andar de zoco en colodro ; 6 de Her6des a Pilatos. Andando el tiempo. Andar con dilatorias. Estar a un andar. Andar el mundo al rave's. Andar de barrio. Andar por hacer, 6 decir una cosa. Andar divertido. Andar con las manos en la cinta. Andar de Zeca en Meca. Andar de aca para alia, 6 para aculla.

Andar a la flor del berro. Andar de bardanza. Andar a la gandaya, 6 trastejando. Andar la ciudad. Andar con el hato a cuestas. Andar a la balda. Andar arrastrando. Andar a la briba, 6 a la sopa ; 6 an- dar buscando. Andar a tres menos cuartillo. Andar, quedar, 6 estar a la cuarta pregunta. Andar de pie" quebrado. Andar tentando. Andar a tientas, 6 a ciegas. Andar a sombra de tejado. Andar a monte. Andar aperreado. Andar de nones. Andarse a picos pardos. Andar a grilles. You cannot touch pitch without being defiled.

To escape Scylla and fall into Charybdis. In the course of time. To waste another's time with false promises. To be on the same story of rooms. To reverse the order of nature. To wear a simple dress. To be about to say or do a thing. To be engaged in love affairs. Not to have anything to do. To rove about ; from Dan to Beer- sheba. To be a vagrant. To stroll and wander about. To go here and there ; to be unset- tled. To wander, gad, or roam. To scour the city.

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To lead a nomadic life. To lead a vagabond life. To live in misery. To beg. To be very short of anything. To be utterly destitute of funds. To be in increasingly narrow circum- stances. To grope where we cannot see ; to make efforts or trials. To grope in the dark ; to fumble. To hide ; to skulk ; to abscond. To skulk ; to lurk in hiding-places. To be harassed, or fatigued. To be idle. To follow idle pursuits ; to loiter. To waste time in useless pursuits.

Andar manga por hombro. Andar por su cabal. Andar 6 venir con un palmo de len- gua. Anda mal. Andar a tatas, 6 a gatas. Andar sin sombra. Andar balando por alguna cosa. A mayor andar. A peor andar. Quien mal anda, mal acaba. Quien con lobos anda, a aullar se ensefia. Andar 6 estar en la danza. Andar en malos pasos.

Andarse tocando tabletas. Andar como ardilla. Andar 6 ir de capa caida. Andar en balanza. Andar en cuerpo. Andar con mosca. Andar de puntas. No andar en contemplaciones. Andar 6 estar torcido con alguno. Andar en quintillas. Andar a capazos. Andar en puntas. Andar al pescuezo. Andar en dimes y diretes. Andar en dares y tomares. Andar a mia sobre tuya; 6 a la zarpa; 6 andar al morro, 6 al pelo.

Andar a tr6mpis. To play truant. To be very careless in domestic af- fairs. To live selfishly. If I am comfortable, what care I for ridicule! To be overheated. He is a bad walker. To walk timidly j to creep. To crave ; to desire anxiously. To long anxiously for something. At best ; at most. At worst. He who lives ill, dies ill. He who lives with wolves will learn to howl ; evil communications cor- rupt good manners.

To be implicated in an affair. To be in a bad way, as to conduct. To be disappointed.


To be as active as a squirrel. To be" crestfallen. To be in danger of losing property or place. To go out without an outside gar- ment. To fly into a passion. To be on bad terms ; to quarrel. To have recourse to harsh measures. To be at enmity with some one. To seek dispute or quarrel. To quarrel and fight. To seek a quarrel, mutually. To take another by the throat.

To dispute and quarrel. To contend ; to dispute. To come to blows. To come to fisticuffs. Andar en cuentos. Andar a punaladas, 6 a cuchilladas. Quien anda al reves, anda el camino dos veces. Andar el diablo suelto. Andar el diablo en cantillana. Andar d la que salta. Andar en opini6nes. Andar a malas. Andar en gerigonzas. Andar a coz y bocado. Andar con un ten con ten. Andar de ganancia. Andar en un pi. Andar con pies de plomo. Andar 6 estar de priesa. Andar con reserva. Anda el hombre a trote por ganar su capote.

Aquel va mas sano, que anda por el llano. Entre bobos anda el juego. La rueda de la Fortuna anda mas lista que una rueda de molino. Andando gana la hazena, que no estandose queda. Andar listo. Andar en pretensiones. When I told him that he was very much embarrassed. The sugar industry. The enemy suffered many casualties. There was a general fall in prices. He dropped out of the club. For lack of payment they dropped him from the subscription list. Let's go down the stairs slowly. The temperature fell. Bring the suitcase down from my room. Will you help me take the suitcases down from the rack?

They saw us as they were getting off the train. He bent over to tie his shoe. I want a low table. He's shorter than his brother. They were speaking in a low voice. Let's put the basses on the left. The temperature's fallen below zero. The superintendent lives on the ground floor. What's my bank balance this month? Don't rock in the chair; it's going to break. Three shots were heard.

He had three bullet wounds in his chest. This bucket leaks. They're giving tickets free. He tried to get her on the phone without success. Can I cash my check in this bank? All the benches are taken. The skirt had three red bands. He wore a red sash across his chest. That band gives me a headache. A gang of thieves works these parts. Please bathe the children. I'm going to take a bath.

It's very pretty and besides it's cheap. They sell things very cheap in this store. There's a sale today in that department store. He eats too much. Don't talk nonsense. What he did was an outrage. I like her an awful lot. How many times have you made the trip by boat? We need an iron bar. The spectators cheered the players on.

See bastar enough! He dicho que te calles.

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That's enough! I told you to shut up! Do you have enough money? She's a rather pretty woman. There wasn't enough food for all. The suit's made of very rough material. Please beat the eggs. He defeated his enemy. They haven't unpacked their trunks yet. He doesn't appreciate favors. The profits were very high. He doesn't know the difference between good and evil.

He spoke very well. The beer's very cold. He has a great deal of property. He's rich rather than poor. All right or Correct. Pay close attention to what I tell you. Have you bought the tickets? Give me the money in fives and tens. You have to put a screen in front of the door. I wish I'd bought a white dress! There are white people, Indians, and Negroes in this city.

They hit the target. Leave this sheet blank. They hit the mark three times. The soldiers had target practice in the morning. He didn't open his mouth all afternoon. The subway entrance is on the corner. The child's sleeping on his stomach. He was lying on his back on the beach. What an embarrassing situation that was! What sultry weather we're having! What a shameful action! Blow the horn so that car'll let us pass. I'm out of breath. Give me that iron ball. We bought some tennis balls. There was a crowd of people at the entrance of the theater.

She carried a silk purse. I need a paper bag to put it in. I don't know what the quotations are on the exchange today. They used a pump to take out the water. The bomb destroyed three houses. It struck like a bombshell! Where is there a filling station? Se puso una bomba. He got drunk [ Am ]. Three bulbs have burned out. Thank you for your kindness. Please wait a moment. It's dirt-cheap. He was lying on the bed. Be careful, don't throw away those papers.

They've fired him. Look how that ball bounces. I want a can of tomatoes. When he heard it he jumped. The theater was jammed. Be careful, it's a fierce bull. He got very mad. I don't like this paper; it's too shiny. He gave her a diamond bracelet. Let's drink to your health! He's always joking. I said it as a joke.

He takes everything lightly. He's abrupt in his way of speaking. That's a very good car. It was a good opportunity. I'm not feeling very well. Bueno, nos veremos a las cinco. All right, we'll meet at five. He gave it to me willingly. Good morning. They made a terrible racket. He went out with a bundle of clothes in his hand. He has a swelling on his head. As soon as he saw what he had to do, he ducked out. They were making fun of him. Put these letters in the mail box. He's a perfect gentleman.

Here's your bill, sir. She wears her hair loose. Nothing else will fit in the trunk. The piano won't go through that door. There's no doubt that he's English. That child has a very large head. He was the leader of the movement.

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You have to use your brains in this work. He plunged into the water head first. Business is in a mess. He never loses his head. Ese proyecto no tiene pies ni cabeza. There's no rhyme or reason to that plan. From end to end. We can't leave any loose ends. They passed the Cape of Good Hope. He has corporal's stripes.

They put an end to the conversation. I know the story from beginning to end. They carried out the plan right away. Take this junk out of here. Every day he says something different. Every one paid for his own meal. He asks me for it every time he sees me. A heavy rain fell. He dropped to his knees. The suit's becoming to him. His birthday falls on Sunday. He was taken sick a few days ago. I didn't realize it until much later. She fell down the stairs. Be careful, don't drop the tray. He was lame after the fall. The opposition of the House caused the fall of the government. He gave her a box.

He put a lot of money in the savings bank. They keep their jewelry in the safe. Look and see how much the cash register rings up. We have to see how much cash we have on hand. I'm going to buy a pack of cigarettes. They've lost the key to the drawer. They received a box of books. She turned him down. They flunked him in geometry. He got a cramp while he was swimming. The dagger penetrated to his heart.

I got home drenched. He pulled his hat down to his eyes. Let's figure out the cost of the trip. Please heat the water. They warmed themselves in the sun. He's had a fever for the past few days. Is this good material? Be careful, the soup's very hot. Why are you so quiet? He kept quiet while we were talking. He kept the truth from us. Shut up! You're talking too much. Se callaron de repente. All of a sudden they stopped talking. What street do you live on? I had no choice but to throw him out. When his business failed he was left penniless. We're in a blind alley. There was a calm after the storm.

He takes his time when he works. These pills will ease the pain. He didn't calm down until much later. I don't like the heat. It's very warm today. I'm warm. Everything he's saying is slander. What size shoe do you wear? I'm going to chock the wheels so the car won't move. Please make my bed. He's been confined to bed for the past three months. What kind of a camera do you have? They were talking together like old pals.

The maid hasn't made up the room yet. Ask the waitress for the menu. I want to reserve a first-class stateroom. He hasn't changed a bit since I saw him. Can you change a ten-peso bill for me? Has there been any change in policy? Do you have any change? What's the rate of exchange on the dollar today? I'll give you this book in exchange for the other one.

He's very fond of walking. You have to move cautiously in this matter. Is the road all right to drive on? I don't know how to go about getting it. They started out the following day. He was in his shirt sleeves. The soldiers will soon return to camp. I didn't hear how many times the clock struck. We lived in the country for many years. She found her first gray hair. She has a lot of gray hair. We passed through the Panama Canal.

The boat was approaching the English Channel. They brought us a basket of fruit. There are tennis courts in this park. What's the latest song hit? Light the candle. Give me a light for my cigarette. They decided to exchange prisoners. I'm tired. This man's very tiresome. It's a very tiring job.

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She gets tired quickly. He's always harping on the same string. I want to learn that song. The tenor sang very well tonight. I'll have to tell it to him straight from the shoulder. How much do I owe you? He's a singing teacher. I like folk songs. Stand the book on edge. A lot of sugar cane is grown in Cuba. He carried a cane. They have to fix the water pipe; it's clogged.

He bought a double-barreled shotgun. Have you seen the Grand Canyon?

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He wears a Spanish cape. The door needs another coat of paint. Poor people, they're on the downgrade! This tank has a capacity of thirty liters. He's a very capable business man. I'd like to talk to the foreman. It's a room large enough for a library. He's not capable of such a low trick. I've been told that he's a very competent person.

The company has a capital of a million dollars. They took a trip to the capital. I've read only the first three chapters. Don't pay any attention to her whims. She has a very pretty face. I don't understand the words on the face of the coin. He had to face the music. He's a man of very good character. Everything she does shows she has character.

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You have to put more coal in the stove. They were splitting their sides. He doesn't have enough money to travel. This mule can't carry a heavier load. It's a cargo ship. They're taking the freight out of the car. They loaded the truck. The battery has to be charged. The cavalry charged the enemy. I'm charging this amount to your bill.

He was very affectionate with his parents. My best regards to your family. I usually eat meat once a day. This cold weather gives me goose flesh. Do you want beef or pork? I need a leather briefcase. The correspondence is kept in several files. I like horse races. They live on Third Avenue. He's preparing for a diplomatic career. He wrote it hurriedly. He sprinted to catch up to them. The highways in this country are excellent.

There was a mule cart on the road. We're going home by car. I'm going to mail this letter. He's thoroughly honest. He received a registered letter. Let's play cards a while. She was carrying a large leather bag under her arm. He took his wallet out of his pocket. Will that briefcase hold many books? What time does the mailman come?

Will you be at home this afternoon? Are you married or single? This is the priest who married them. These colors don't match well. He'll be married next Sunday. He married a very young girl. Have you got something to crack these nuts? This orange has a thick rind. Where do I throw these eggshells? You're getting to be an old crab. The soldiers were wearing steel helmets.

The ship's hull is damaged. Though you rack your brains over it, you won't solve it. They're homemade candies. You very nearly guessed it. There have been several cases of infantile paralysis. I'm going to tell you about a strange incident. In such a case, notify his family. Anyway, we'll see each other tomorrow. He doesn't obey his parents.

Don't pay any attention to what he tells you. He has brown hair. He speaks a pure Spanish. He's a real Spaniard. What a coincidence meeting you here! Do you know him, by any chance? He's a professor at the National University. The two are not in the same category. His rank isn't high enough for that position. He's a man of importance. The family fortune has increased a great deal.