Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
Some German doctor would look at the wounded and decide if they were savable or not.
Even in the higher areas close to the river, many of the homes were not savable and will have to be destroyed and re-built.
Luther knew that despite its sins, despite losing its way, America was savable.
The fire spread, and when all that was savable was brought out, they spread the flames of intent.
I think Glastonbery should hire the savable tents out for a nominal fee with a modest deposit the next year.
"In the event that the casualty is anything but life-threatening and savable by extraction, they are not to request evac.
He added that emergency medical technicians had to move victims they deemed as "not savable to get to those who were savable."
This version is the first non-Japan version to allow the player to save their tracks, although this port only has one savable track.
Perhaps it is time to let Greece go, and concentrate on the savable, truly European parts of the European Union.
Custom five-band parametric equalizer with savable presets.
During cross-examination, Steinberg testified that if the patient had a blood pressure (caused by there being a pulse) and a pulse of 122, he was savable.
The original marketing target was large businesses and government organizations such as the US Internal Revenue Service (who make savable forms available through this technology).
Puppy linux has a savable layer so if you choose to, the next time you boot you can resume (pick right back up again) from where you left off.
Other upgrades include an enhanced UI with theme support and savable downloads and WAP in Pocket Internet Explorer.
Dead vetta would not keep; only the skin was savable, and you had to strip off the meat and bone from it completely and "cure" the skin in the thermal pool.
The first horse trailers were said to be horse-drawn ambulances created by city fire departments to take their wounded but savable horses from the scenes of accidents (which were common) back to the veterinarian at the firehouse.
"If the brand drops under 10 million barrels next year," said Jerry Steinman, publisher of Beer Marketer's Insight, a trade industry publication, "we're talking about a brand that in the near future may no longer be savable.
McKennon had forced him, Varos--Dale's sworn friend, his blood brother, the man whose life he had saved in the filthy swamps of Deneb--to turn away from Dale as he lay dying, ripped to bloody shreds but savable.
Eventually, prodded by a slightly alerted religious curiosity, he approached Willie-Jay, and the chaplain's clerk, at once responsive, thought he divined in the cripple-legged body builder with the misty gaze and the prim, smoky voice "a poet, something rare and savable."