Wherever - waarokal
1. wherever possible :: waar moontlik
1. wheresoever :: oral waar
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Pitch - (steek) :: A corridor for media and officials is placed between the seating terraces and the boundary wall of the pitch
Sculpt - (sculpt) :: I fell in love with the animals here bought clay and started sculpting
Harpsichord - (klavesimbel) :: I plan to visit museums where there are early keyboard instruments either harpsichords or clavichords
Sculptor - (beeldhouer) :: Italian architects and sculptors were imported including Bartolommeo Berecci and Giovanni Maria PadovanoSEE ALL
Impossible - (onmoontlik) :: For this reason a refund was impossible a situation which we regard as very unfair
Impress - (beïndruk) :: It was a move designed to impress every eye watching
Impression - (indruk) :: In just 30 seconds a commercial can create an indelible impression in the minds of consumers
Impressive - (indrukwekkende) :: It is far more impressive when others discover your good qualities without your helpSEE ALL 3000+ WORDS
Ironic - (ironies) :: It is therefore ironical that a city that was once at the cutting edge of the knowledge economy is in sleep mode even as competitors like Chennai Pune and Hyderabad get ahead
Irrational - (irrasionele) :: Solutions that would seem logical to us would seem totally irrational to them
Irreproachable - (onberispelik) :: Most impressive among the generally irreproachable casting is Brian Stokes Mitchell in the title role
Irrevocable - (onherroeplik) :: I have an aversion to displacement scars irrevocable changes in a familiar landscape
Itinerant - (rondreisende) :: Recently itinerant workers some illegal immigrants have moved into the trade at the risk of being exploited by gangmastersSEE ALL GRE WORDS
Bathe (bad) :: The women poured potions from several bottles and began gently to bathe and wash his body
Snake (slang) :: Although venomous snakes can sometimes deliver a dry bite without releasing their poison all bites require immediate hospital treatment
Hallelujah (Hallelujah) :: Not just settings of the ordinary but the copious amounts of plainchant needed to cover all the propers the introit gradual alleluia offertory communion and other sentences all of which change according to the day and festival
Schema (skedule) :: Most importantly for our purposes schemas and scripts represent the means through which understanding and action are embedded in established institutional environments