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Ja, zum Spiele des Schaffens, meine Brüder, bedarf es eines heiligen Ja-sagens: _seinen_ Willen will nun der Geist, _seine_ Welt gewinnt sich der Weltverlorene.
'The game's going on rather better now,' she said, by way of keeping up the conversation a little.
biscazza e fonde la sua facultade,
Après cinq minutes d'exercice le petit prince se fatigua de la monotonie du jeu:
Er trieb das Spiel aus der Not seines Herzens, das Verspielen und Verschleudern des elenden Geldes schuf ihm eine zornige Freude, auf keine andre Weise konnte er seine Verachtung des Reichtums, des Götzen der Kaufleute, deutlicher und höhnischer zeigen.
Lenina and Henry abandoned their game and walked back towards the Club.
Games impedimenta – hockey sticks, boxing gloves, a burst football, a pair of sweaty shorts turned inside out – lay all over the floor, and on the table there was a litter of dirty dishes and dog-eared exercise-books.
And though Harry would rather have jumped off the Astronomy Tower than admit it to her, by the time he had watched the game the following Saturday he would have given any number of Galleons not to care about Quidditch either.
Kein Spielverderber kam zu euch mit bösem Blick, kein Mädchen-Feind.
Alice thought she might as well go back, and see how the game was going on, as she heard the Queen's voice in the distance, screaming with passion.
de le magiche frode seppe 'l gioco.
Dieses Spiel hieß Sansara, ein Spiel für Kinder, ein Spiel, vielleicht hold zu spielen, einmal, zweimal, zehnmal--aber immer und immer wieder?
Still, she led the too inquisitive twins away and made them join in the game of hunt-the-zipper, which had been organized by one of her colleagues at the other end of the room.
By careful early conditioning, by games and cold water, by the rubbish that was dinned into them at school and in the Spies and the Youth League, by lectures, parades, songs, slogans and martial music, the natural feeling had been driven out of them.
"Do not play games with us, Potter," said Malfoy.