Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
That you were performing a duty for her dead father.
Still, some choose not to charge for their services if they feel they are performing a duty for the public good.
Cliff Marsland was performing a duty to-night; and nothing had interfered with him.
They surprised Ferris Legrand - not in the act of robbery, but while he was performing a duty to his friend.
Three officers among the seven soldiers denied charges of "negligently performing a duty," which means failing to control personnel under their command.
The hacker ethic deals with the idea that individuals are performing a duty for the common good, an analogy to a modern day 'Robin Hood'.
It was good sportsmanship, Urlacher felt, performing a duty akin to a Red Cross aide.
Miss Ives looked as if she was performing a duty of no greater emotional significance than taking dictation about a list of shipping invoices.
"He killed Corbey under stress, and he thought he was performing a duty when he murdered Titus.
His movements, as he buttoned his shirt, as he buckled the belt of his slacks, had the rapid precision of performing a duty.
He made a respectful obeisance to the abbot, and delivered his errand bluntly and practically, as one performing a duty but without committing himself to approval or disapproval.
"Let's put a move on, guys," Mr. Beerman calls out, sounding, in the shadow of his quest, more like someone performing a duty than someone having a good time.
In Hans Wehr's Dictionary of Modern Written Arabic, it has the senses of "sufficient amount" and "that which suffices for performing a duty."
His voice was deep and harsh, and he spoke stiffly, in the manner of somebody performing a duty that demanded a greater show of feeling than he could muster readily.
For its part, "Solid Ground" goes beyond the news photos of soldiers shooting at children to capture the distress and bafflement of young men performing a duty forced on them by history.
For he aroused the men in the line and where, before, they were performing a duty and with no great taste for it, now they were angry, and the difference was apparent. "
Intervening in the Terni case therefore means intervening for the future of each one of us and performing a duty that upholds the genuine interests of a Europe of work and development.
Compared to Reuther and his successors, Leonard Woodcock and Douglas Fraser, Bieber seems to operate on a lower flame, a man engaged less in pursuing a mission than in performing a duty.
"I, too, am within my rights, Mr. President, and I believe I am performing a duty of leadership when I ask again: How do you judge the performance of this Congress--any Congress?
She knew that for every child she taught to read and write she opened, if ever so little, the door of opportunity, and she was happy in the consciousness of performing a duty which seemed all the more imperative because newly discovered.
He had gone, had done even more good than he had foreseen, had been useful to more than his first plan had comprehended, and was now able to congratulate himself upon it, and to feel that in performing a duty, he had secured agreeable recollections for his own mind.