TransFrameNet:Measurable attributes

From Sanat

deep.a

  • This was
    deep
    syvän-
    sea
    meren-
    fishing at its best.
  • This way, millions of tonnes of waste each year could be pumped into the
    deep
    syvään
    sea
    mereen
    .
  • There's an astoundingly dark
    deep
    syvä
    gorge
    rotko
    dividing Ben Alder and Aonach Beag called the Bealach Dubh, through which runs an eerie stalkers' path.
  • But it was the same
    deep
    syvä
    gorge
    rotko
    -- and it was on the other side of the lake!
  • Dry desert gave way to blue lagoons full of water lilies, palm trees, islands and
    deep
    syvän-
    blue
    lakes
    järviä
    .
  • It's here that this particular burn springs a surprise, cutting a
    deep
    syvän
    and narrow, zig-zag
    ravine
    rotkon
    through rock, beckoning you to explore around the next corner.
  • We were in the forest to try to get less
    deep
    syvään
    snow
    lumeen
    , he was told; we were going to a campsite that Odd-Knut had prepared.
  • Excessively
    deep
    syvät
    sewers
    viemärit
    in bad ground conditions or below the water table must also be taken into account.
  • In a swimming pool, rubber rings, balloons, etc. float How can you tell if
    the water
    vesi
    is
    onko
    deep
    syvää
    ?
  • It
    Se
    is too
    on liian
    deep
    syvä
    . ”
  • Wallace's line existed because there was
    one particular strait, between the islands of Bali and Lombok
    yksi tietty salmi Balin ja Lombokin saarten välillä
    ,
    that
    joka
    was so
    oli niin
    deep
    syvä,
    that it could never have been exposed as dry land in recent geological times.

heavy.a

  • It depicted simply an enormous face, more than a metre wide: the face of a man of about forty-five, with a
    heavy
    raskaat
    black moustache
    mustat viikset
    and ruggedly handsome features.

high.a

  • And I see them as they will be, dead and torn; shocked, mutilated and alone, on battlefields or by long roads, in ditches or against
    high
    korkeita
    walls
    seiniä
    , in echoing white corridors and misty woods, in fields, by rivers; dumped in holes, thrown in piles; neglected and absolved.
  • Once a medieval convent,
    this hotel
    tämä hotelli
    perches
    high
    korkealle
    on the cliffs above Amalfi
    Amalfin yläpuolisille kallioille
    in an absolutely spectacular position.
  • She
    Hän
    was
    oli
    high
    korkealla
    on the cliff
    kalliolla
    , here, and the ledge was close to the darkening sky.
  • Roedean
    Roedean
    stands
    high
    korkealla
    on the cliffs
    kallioilla
    to the east of Brighton on the coast road which leads inevitably, as all roads do, to Peacehaven.
  • The
    highest
    korkeimmat
    roofs
    katot
    terminate in dragon's heads (370) (the Viking art symbol).
  • Inside the synagogue long wooden bench-seats facing the curtained Ark of the Law were filling up, and the
    high
    korkea
    roof
    katto
    made the din of conversation echo loudly.

long.a

  • Elegant Carrer Isabel II, a
    long
    pitkä
    string
    rivi
    of mansions overlooking the harbor, leads to leads to the Baroque church Església Sant Francesc and the Museu de Menorca.
  • This custom suggests new stages in the old rebellion against religious strictures, which once demanded that
    female hair
    naisten hiukset
    -- divinely ordained
    to be
    olevan
    long
    pitkiä
    and seductive -- be covered up lest it incite lust.
  • These researchers determined the fiber composition from the gastrocnemius muscle (the muscle of the calf of the leg) of 14 elite male long distance runners, 18 good (but not world-class) male
    long
    pitkän-
    distance
    matkan
    runners, and 19 untrained men.
  • The most popular cars to lower are
    long
    pitkät
    ones
    autot,
    , such as Fords, Buicks, and Chevrolets.
  • Its graduates have started 4,000 companies and the
    list of its Nobel Prize Winners
    luettelo sen Nobelin palkinnon voittajista
    is
    on
    long
    pitkä
    .
  • 98% in 2000), and a
    long
    pitkä
    way
    etäisyys
    from the target of 3%.
  • It's a natural story for the tabloids, but it caught them all with their pants down when it first appeared in a
    long
    pitkässä
    , entertaining
    piece
    kirjoituksessa
    in the Washington Post.
  • The celebrant wears a
    long
    pitkää
    white
    gown
    leninkiä
    , similar to a wedding dress; has fifteen maids, damas, with their escorts, chambelanes; and sometimes performs a choreographed dance or waltz.
  • There's a
    long
    pitkä
    unattributed
    quote
    sitaatti
    and an unsourced reference to a photograph.
  • Although TSDs longer than this have been found in new insertions [14, 32], it is possible that
    long
    pitkät
    TSDs
    TSD:t
    are eliminated or unstable in the human genome.
  • This hypothesis asserts that the trajectory of states leading from the initial state in a
    long
    pitkässä
    stringlike ``
    walk
    kävelyssä
    ``will, over time, spend as much time in any small 6N cube as in any other cube.
  • Thus, Tat requires minimally the transcription of TAR before it can stimulate HIV transcription from the
    long
    pitkästä
    terminal repeat
    päätetoistossa
    (LTR).
  • Furuimachinami is quieter and more residential, with
    long
    pitkiä
    , two-story, unpainted dark timber
    houses
    taloja
    , lattice façades, and low-balconied verandahs, plus a few flowers and shrubs in pots or hako-niwa box gardens to add some color.
  • From the shape of the body, its
    long
    pitkä
    tail
    häntä
    and thin arm with prehensile fingers it would appear to be a monkey, with what could be a crested helmet on its head.
  • Fergal already had hold of Ellie's
    long
    pitkistä
    brown
    hair
    hiuksista
    , and was jerking her head backwards.
  • `She had wonderful
    long
    pitkät
    red
    hair
    hiukset
    you know -- before we had to shave it off.
  • Her
    long
    pitkät
    legs
    säärensä
    and bare feet are brown; her eyebrows and the down on her arms shine pale gold.
  • The boat was drifting into the current, the
    long
    pitkien
    poles
    sauvojen
    dipping in the dark water and pushing her away.
  • A
    long
    Pitkä
    pole
    sauva
    was fitted to the front of it to control the swaying.
  • The ladies had removed their hats but were still constricted by their fashionable jackets and
    long
    pitkät
    skirts
    hameensa
    .
  • Not yet thirty, she wore a
    long
    pitkää
    dark
    skirt
    hametta
    and a pale scrap of cheap cloth above the waist that left her arms and shoulders bare.

tall.a

  • Two particular characteristics of regional building style were the
    tall
    korkeat
    towers
    tornit
    -- either for churches or civic buildings -- and the development of the rib vault which, in Italy, was unusual.
  • A
    tall
    Pitkä
    young
    man
    mies
    came into the back of the room.
  • `There's not a mark there, ``she pulled back to comment as the
    tall
    pitkä
    man
    mies
    bent nearer.
  • Would he kiss Doreen beneath the shelter of the
    tall
    korkeiden
    trees
    puiden
    ?
  • he
    hän
    's
    on
    tall
    pitkä,
    which is great.

thick.a

  • There was a
    thick
    paksu
    concrete
    wall
    seinä,
    which we were all going to hide behind and we had our helmets on in case any car parts came raining down out of the sky.
  • The fireplace in question was set into a huge
    thick
    paksulle
    wall
    seinälle,
    that partly divided the main room.
  • The lower storey has
    thick
    paksut
    walls
    seinät,
    while the upper one has thinner walls set back to form a terrace all round at first floor level.
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