Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
Mind you if he had known there'd have been ructions.
An' didn't they have words or a ruction of some kind?
If they'd just let well enough alone, such little local ructions would pass off without comment.
"There ain't many families but have a ruction once in a while."
This second murder would cause enough ruction without her adding to it.
It's almost too quiet, what with the ruction all around us, but there's no trouble here.
He wasn't going to have any ructions among his womenfolk.
Cato asked for her, which caused a bit of a family ruction.
If ever a ruction starts we haven't a chance.
"So I'd like to know what we can expect in the way of mayhem and ructions," he finished.
Nor was she the only Namdalener woman able to handle herself in a ruction.
There would be ructions, especially if he went into coalition with the Tories.
Like most fans, they are not professionals and probably miss these semi-clandestine ructions.
"Since he was exiled every ruction has been a shout for his return.
There were a few ructions, but nothing serious.
I remember ructions once when she was my houseman.
You can expect ructions at home if you have been taking a partner for granted recently.
"If I know our Celtic friend, he raised more than his share of the ruction."
The Slaters were said to cause ructions among the already-established characters.
He became a Liberal Unionist member following the ructions of 1886.
The driverless car "dashed away and raised ructions in the yard."
Win or lose--nothing's worse for public life than private ructions.
Her suggestion causes ructions at the staff meeting, leaving divisions and suspicion hanging in the air.
'There might be ructions if he met the chimpanzee.
'That'll be nice,' Martha replied, as if there'd been no earlier ruction.