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PALAVRAS EM INGLÊS RELACIONADAS COM «UP TO A POINT»
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FREQUÊNCIA DE USO DO TERMO «UP TO A POINT» AO LONGO DO TEMPO
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2 CITAÇÕES EM INGLÊS COM «UP TO A POINT»
Citações e frases célebres com a palavra up to a point.
I'm never going to be comfortable being squished into a box, and that's why it's been weird in Hollywood, they don't know what to do with me, because I can play the game up to a point, but then I can't at all.
John P. Kotter
We worry about appearing awkward in a presentation. But up to a point, most people seem to feel more comfortable with less-than-perfect speaking abilities. It makes the speaker more human - and more vulnerable, meaning he is less likely to attack our decisions or beliefs.
10 LIVROS EM INGLÊS RELACIONADOS COM «UP TO A POINT»
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So begins Scoop, Waugh's exuberant comedy of mistaken identity and brilliantly irreverent satire of the hectic pursuit of hot news.
Evelyn Waugh, 2012
To the Point: A Dictionary of Concise Writing
Every WordStar Professional command,feature, andfunction through Release 5 is
listed and described in detail. up to a point rather/somewhat. up to that/this
juncture/juncture in time/ moment/moment in time/period/period in time/point/
point in ...
Robert Hartwell Fiske, 2014
Statecraft as Soulcraft
The most important four words in politics are "up to a point." Are we in favor of
free speech? Of course— up to a point. Are we for liberty, equality, military
strength, industrial vigor, environmental protection, traffic safety? Up to a point. (
Want a ...
George F. Will, 1984
Table Mountain to Cape Point
To build the Cape Point lighthouse, equipment was transported by sea to the
nearest suitable bay, then carried up to a point where ox-drawn sledges could
drag it to the top. However, the peak on which the lighthouse was situated was
Carrie Hampton, 2006
Chembers 21 Century Dictionary
point-blank. poker. grounds. • to the point relevant. Compare beside the point
above. • to the point of ... to a degree that could be fairly described as .. a Ronald
is brave to the point of recklessness. • up to a point to a limited degree n / agree ...
Cambridge Learner's Dictionary English-Polish with CD-ROM: ...
D na temat 12 up to a point Q partly: What he says is true up to a point. D do
pewnego stopnia 13 [C] Q a unit used for showing who is winning in a game or
competi— tion: With 5 games still to play, Manchester United are 5points ahead.
Cambridge University Press, 2011
to the point expressing something very important or suitable for the subject being
discussed: Her comments on my work were very apt and to the point.. up to apoint partly, or to alimiteddegree: Of course there is some truth in all this, but only
Simple Rules for a Complex World
The shape of this curve makes good intuitive sense, for the same reasons that
made the Laffer curve on taxation popular in the early Reagan years.20 The
argument was, and is, that tax revenues follow a simple pattern: up to a point
Richard Allen EPSTEIN, Richard Allen Epstein, 2009
Natural Wellness Strategies for the Menopause Years
Place your hands together at the heart chakra, and bring your hands up to a point
above your head as far as you can go. Say (silently or otherwise): “Guardian of
the East and the element of Air, I call upon your presence and protection during ...
Laurel Alexander, 2012
Varieties of Secularism in a Secular Age
So it is not that I am denying supervenience. It is not deniable, any more than it is
assertable. An analogy may be useful here, up to a point. Consider Wittgenstein's
familiar duck-rabbit image. It sets us up for perspectival defections from which ...
Michael Warner, Jonathan VanAntwerpen, Craig J. Calhoun, 2010
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