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sing

[L., singulorum]
Of each; used in writing prescriptions.
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And as she sang the blood flowed quicker and quicker in the Emperor's weak limbs, and life began to return.
I brought tears to your eyes the first time I sang.
For very long after they became Christian the Saxons kept their old pagan ways of thought, and Caedmon, when he came to sing of holy things, sang as a minstrel might.
Thus their little hands led him back to peace and happiness, flowers bloomed beside his door, and their fragrant breath brought happy thoughts of pleasant valleys and green hills; birds sang to him, and their sweet voices woke the music in his own soul, that never failed to calm and comfort.
They told pleasant tales, and sang their sweetest songs to cheer and gladden, while the dim cells grew bright with the sunlight, and fragrant with the flowers the loving Elves had brought, and by their gentle teachings those sad, despairing hearts were filled with patient hope and earnest longing to win back their lost innocence and joy.
Long they feasted, gayly they sang, and Eva, dancing merrily among them, longed to be an Elf that she might dwell forever in so fair a home.
Nothing but a little song I heard the hare-bells singing," replied the Fairy, and, taking her harp, sang, in a low, sweet voice:--
Ang RCS isa ka feedback survey sa mga kliyente nga ginagamit sa pagtan-aw sang mga serbisyo sang gobyerno kung ini nagasunod sa mga probisyon sang Anti-Red Tape Act (ARTA) sang 2007.
Le sang est un tissu liquide qui circule dans notre corps grace aux vaisseaux sanguins.
Yet when the song sparrows in these early tests responded to recordings of their rivals next door, 85 percent of the time they sang a different song, but one that the neighbor also knew.
Most notably, as Paul D and other prisoners "danc[ed] two-step to the music of hand-forged iron," they sang to affirm their humanity while being worked and tied like animals:
The Israelites sang sad songs (like Psalm 137) in captivity but those dirges did not inspire a public call for national identity and resistance to the cultural and political domination of the Babylonians.