He drinks to quench his thirst, and that is all.
We would need more water to quench the fire.
An afternoon at the library was the best way to quench my desire for more books.
It seemed that nothing would quench his insatiable greed.
With extensive itinerary choices available from numerous ports of call, anyone can quench their thirst for the royal treatment with a Royal Caribbean cruise.
Stifling your child's imaginative processes can quench her fledgling spirit, so it's time to brush aside any adult cynicism and explore the world of extravagant girls' princess dresses!
If you're tired of parched, dry, frazzled and fried locks, perhaps it's time you quench your tresses with Wen's rich and decadent cleansing formula and rehydrate your hair and style in just one step.
quench the thirst in the summer sun.
CBS daytime also features Y & R games, from puzzles to mind benders, as well as sneak previews of future episodes so you can quench your curiosity as you await new episodes.
This environment offered a safer option for everyone involved, but did nothing to quench the crowds' growing interest, which only seemed to multiply over the years.
Click: Children age three through seven with an interest in science and exploration will find plenty of topic-related content to quench their curiosity.
To quench your thirst, try a local microbrew.
Other fatty acids, such as borage oil, may also contain acids used to quench the inflammation response.
A plethora of beverages are available for those seeking to quench their thirst with various types of artisanal teas, sake, sparkling wines and spirits.
Wines of quality to quench the thirst in the summer sun.
In one conflict a giant thought to slay him, but he was saved by Abishai, the brother of Joab, and the men took an oath that David should no more go to battle lest he " quench the light of Israel."
The battle, fought with swords, daggers and axes, was of the most desperate character, in its details very reminiscent of the last fight of the Burgundians in the Nibelungenlied, especially in the celebrated advice of Geoffroy du Bois to his wounded leader, who was asking for water: "Drink your blood, Beaumanoir; that will quench your thirst!"
The snows quench the burning fires, The fires consume the falling snow.
In an attempt to make a spark gap quench at the first primary notch, several small gaps can be placed in series.
Evening primrose oil is exceptionally high in this omega-6 fatty acid that the body uses to quench the inflammation fire.
Be sure to drink plenty of water if you are dancing a lot so that you do not fall into the habit of drinking alcoholic drinks to quench your thirst.
Quench your son's thirst for adventure with a pirate clock and waking up early for school or other activities won't seem like such a chore.
While other fluids may help to quench your thirst, water is the only liquid that can actually help to remove waste and toxins from your body.
Body Lotion - This line of moisturizers, also known as Quench, is designed not only to moisturize the skin but to build a barrier to keep it that way.
The man who leaves his bed at mirk midnight to quench the flames in a neighbor 's house, is no fool !
O quench not this fire till you get water out of the wells of salvation !
To quench any rumors, Brittas holds a press conference.
quench the flames in a neighbor's house, is no fool!
quench the spirit in our lives by our actions, by our neglect.
quench the burning fires, The fires consume the falling snow.
quench that feeling.
quench at the first primary notch, several small gaps can be placed in series.
Now we come to command number four, do not quench the Spirit.
Even the rain did n't quench the band's enthusiasm.
4993); Memorials of English Affairs from the supposed expedition of Bruce to this Island to the end of the Reign of James I., were published 1709; Essays Ecclesiastical and Civil (1706); Quench not the Spirit ..
Every now and then indeed a striking circumstance, strikingly told, occurs in Joinville, such as the famous incident of the woman who carried in one hand a chafing dish of fire, in the other a phial of water, that she might burn heaven and quench hell, lest in future any man should serve God merely for hope of the one or fear of the other.
How careful he was to quench no smoking flax!
We can quench the Spirit in our lives by our actions, by our neglect.
As you can imagine ' Media-neutral Strategic Planning ' did n't do much to quench that feeling.
I was parched and kept thinking of the cold lemonade that would quench my thirst.
Perfumed body lotions are a great way to quench dry skin while leaving behind a hint of scent.
It is a hydrating, skin-smoothing treatment that helps quench dry, dull skin while imparting it with the decadent fragrance of Spellbound.
In calling upon dangerous blacks at night they pretended to be the spirits of dead Confederates, "just from Hell," and to quench their thirst would pretend to drink gallons of water which was poured into rubber sacks concealed under their robes.
You will notice a huge difference in the spark gap's ability to quench with and without spark breakout.
bruised reed, nor quench the smoking flax.
Monsoon clouds are often likened to Krishna, finally arriving to quench the thirst of his lovers.
monsoon clouds are often likened to Krishna, finally arriving to quench the thirst of his lovers.
oozee sour cream comes oozing out just in time to quench the fire!
He would not, however, entirely forbid and quench it (1 Thess.
Even the rain did n't quench the band 's enthusiasm.
Precious picture of Him who would not break the bruised reed, nor quench the smoking flax.
It was named after the second wife of Jason, Glauce, who plunged into it to quench the fire of, the poisoned bridal garments given her by Medea.
No Englishman of that day stood in the same repute abroad, and foreigners, noble or learned, who came to England, never forgot to pay their respects to the old man, whose vigour and freshness of intellect no progress of the years seemed able to quench.
I'le rather quench the flames of my desire, Then at thine altar languish and expire.
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