settle back


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visich (gemütlich) zurücklehnen
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Then they'd settle back again till there was a dog fight.
Day and night he was watching, and patiently enduring all the annoyances that irritable nerves and a shaken reason could inflict; and, though Kenneth remarked that what he saved from the grave would only recompense his care by forming the source of constant future anxiety - in fact, that his health and strength were being sacrificed to preserve a mere ruin of humanity - he knew no limits in gratitude and joy when Catherine's life was declared out of danger; and hour after hour he would sit beside her, tracing the gradual return to bodily health, and flattering his too sanguine hopes with the illusion that her mind would settle back to its right balance also, and she would soon be entirely her former self.
Well, settle back and relax as the best of British chefs battle it out to prove they've got what it takes to cook a four-course dinner at the Gherkin's restaurant in London for gastro-god Heston Blumenthal
Steph walks in to find Nancy passed out in bed with Jake, and Zoe finds it difficult to settle back into college life.
So settle back and enjoy (preferable with a f***ing large drink).
Only time will help them to settle back into the community and with the kindness of the Welsh people, that should be an easy matter.
I'm pretty sure that the vacancy rate is going to slowly settle back down, and the market will probably be pretty tight again by the end of this year.
Then, temperatures will gradually return to normal by 1994 as the volcanic aerosols slowly settle back down to Earth.
No other aircraft in the world can give customers what they want -- whether they've got serious work to do, or they're ready to settle back for some serious relaxing," says Greenwald.
A BUSINESSMAN accused of murdering a man on a Spanish holiday island is struggling to settle back at home.
At the end of the day settle back with a glass of Champagne and a fourcourse dinner served with half a bottle of wine.
These brave men and women often find it hard to settle back into civilian life when they leave the Forces, yet they are left to fend for themselves with virtually no support from anyone - and that includes our Government.