"heart-whole" Czech translation
Synonyms (English) for "heart-whole":
Similar translations for "heart-whole" in Czech
Usage examples for "heart-whole" in Czech
These are whole-hearted people, living from this deep sense of worthiness.
My first meeting with her, Diana -- I brought in my list of the way the whole-hearted live, and I sat down.
So pleasure seems to be tempered by a whole series of different things coming in.
Everything in my room was shaking -- my heart, my windows, my bed, everything.
Next thing we have to do, we have to control and regulate the whole structure.
And there is whole chains of neurons around this room, talking to each other.
And it indicates the whole structure of education is shifting beneath our feet.
And that's because, well, people use the dictionary to stand for the whole language.
And then watch this whole river bank, and watch how precise the synchrony is.
Your own experience reveals, in spite of all limitations, you are the whole.
There are 170 clinical trials investigating the role of stem cells in heart disease.
But these are a whole series of guys holding out in this reconstruction of Shanghai.
This function places them at the heart of an economy's financial infrastructure.
And so the film explores this whole idea -- (Michael Kassan: It's redundant.)
The experience of beauty is one component in a whole series of Darwinian adaptations.
In fact, the whole reason we use it is because it has semantic-specificity.
By the way, this whole business of talking to the dead, it's not that big a deal.
We'd know a whole lot about charismatic megafauna, and not very much about much else.
The whole science of memetics is much maligned, much misunderstood, much feared.
Or sometimes you say you're leading with your heart, or you're leading with your soul.
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