Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
"They make nice angel wings if you open them up."
Give up the memory of the mind's angel wings lost.
If you want to become a complete human being, it is necessary to take flight with the angel wing.
Connecting the dome to the house was a set of angel wings.
At that time the woman then begins to sprout angel wings.
Still, people should not expect him to wear "angel wings" on the bench, he said.
And aren't you being a bit presumptuous about those angel wings?"
The American version announces death more euphemistically, with angel wings.
"I thought angel wings were supposed to be on the shoulders," he said with a guffaw.
Like the brush of angel wings, his touch tingled across her skin.
"Earned his/her angel wings," is commonly used for the death of a child, particularly after a long illness.
Another student at Xavier's school who - as his mutant name states - has angel wings.
How the girl in the frilly yellow dress and angel wings seemed to float about.
River Plate spectators would often adorn angel wings to show their appreciation.
The music video shows the band performing the track whilst wearing angel wings.
Angel wings often hold clusters of red, pink, salmon, orange or white blossoms.
A portion of the proceeds will go to Angel Wings, a local charity.
The most available variety is called Angel Wings and blooms in about 12 weeks from seed.
He drew pictures of himself with angel wings.
In the various national cuisines, angel wings are referred to as:
Michael hears a story that human shoulder blades are a vestige of angel wings.
When going into battle she wears medieval style plate armor with huge angel wings.
She's a pink robot rabbit with angel wings and a white nurse's outfit.
He is said to appear as a small poor boy with angel wings riding on a two-headed dragon.
I know you have more good marks than me, you already have your angel wings.
Even at a distance, the long crooked wings, which form an avian M, are discernable.
Flight soaring, on raised, sometimes crooked wings; occasionally hovering.
The great, crooked wings sweeping the air.
When Niall arrived, the wasp was sitting quietly on the crooked wing, and the bird's eye was already covered with the film of death.
Royal Ron - Pleasanton, California - 6 hours ago Another old crooked wing bag!
You are the swift crooked wings of the night-hawk, the dainty feet of the skunk, you are 'the juice of the sour-squash.
His mistress stood, hands on her hips, her elbows out-spread like crooked wings, her sharp chin with its two haired warts outthrust as a spear to threaten the other woman before her, well cloaked against the outside winter, but with her hood thrown back to expose her face.
Angel wing also known as slipped wing, crooked wing, and drooped wing is a syndrome that affects aquatic birds, primarily geese and ducks, in which the last joint of the wing is twisted with the wing feathers pointing out laterally, instead of lying against the body.