"alas" en español
Alas for the disbelievers, for a terrible doom;.
Mr President, I really do have to quote a great man of letters and say, ‘ alas, two souls dwell in my breast’.
Losers, indeed, are they who disbelieved in meeting Allah, until, when the hour comes suddenly upon them, they say, "Alas for us, that we were neglectful!
It bore the signatures of one head of state – President Chirac – and five prime ministers: Balkenende, Blair, Persson, Schröder and Schüssel, four of whom, alas, are still in office today.
The Aviator has skeletal wings, but doesn't look quite ready to take off.
Have they not seen the birds above them expanding (their wings) and contracting (them)?
Protectionism must have its wings clipped, whatever the cost.
The cages are so small they cannot even stretch their wings.
Two of the wings were extended above his head, two were extended as if for flight, and two were wrapped around the whole body.
challenges of the present and future the American people will draw upon the deep
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But as I said, our critique of the government in this country is the main thing.
We learnt that when the present system was introduced under the 1992 regulation.
First, all of the computers in your network should belong to the same workgroup.
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Ejemplos de uso para "alas" en Español
I have the impression, alas, that the Union does not have great resources.
We know a recommendation, alas, is simply not worth the paper it is written on.
Fine words can, and alas sometimes are, put into practice in a way that is far from fine.
Others place hope in us, await us, call on us, alas, too often without response.
Alas, the 2000 vintage still goes along with this curious tradition.
What has happened in the past weeks is, alas, no contribution to stability.
Alas, most of the authors of these crimes have escaped justice.
For some we managed to remedy but alas others have to remain in the cold.
Nor, alas, is even Austria far enough advanced to reach 3 %.
Alas, this situation is the subject of no serious analysis.
Alas, that position is one of particularly low growth, and particularly high unemployment levels.
That has also, alas, and to a somewhat lesser degree, been true of the statements from the Commission.
But that sort of approach to policing alas is not what is required in Kosovo.
To date, alas, it has not borne much relation to reality.
There is, alas, a huge danger of civil war in this enormous and densely populated African country.
Alas, however, we have yet to make any significant achievements.
That, alas, is too expensive, which is why Great Britain is currently reviewing its position.
We are, alas, well aware that the cuts will only come at the expense of funds.
The record of economic sanctions in international affairs is not - alas - a very happy one.
Alas, this is something which it has recently failed to do in the matter of Alzheimer's disease.
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