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expand_more Te romlott római, te gazdag római, az összes fényűzéseddel és szóvirágoddal!
Vajmi kevés maradt a római emlékekből, melyeket látni reméltem.
Ehhez a tipikus konzervatív római túlságosan gyakorlatias volt.
Context sentences for "roman" in Hungarian
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EnglishAnd who am I to deny my vocation as a Roman Catholic storyteller par excellence?
EnglishYou lock her up in a painted chapel as if she were a Roman goddess made of wood?
EnglishI never knew she was a Roman, never any crucifix about or anything like that.
EnglishMr President, ladies and gentlemen, Roman law defines an animal as an object.
EnglishIt is the role of the Roman Catholic Church to lead the faithful, not to be led.
EnglishTravec, you see here Este the Sweet, who claims to be the last true Roman.
EnglishThere were two young Asiatics but the others were old and Roman; six in number.
EnglishHow he loved the old Roman houses painted ocher and burnt sienna and dark green.
EnglishHe was richly dressed in the Roman fashion, and he was clean-shaven, too, like a Roman.
EnglishThere seemed to me to be a blending of Roman thinking with Christian ideas.
EnglishI'm the Mistress of the house, twice widowed and on my own, and I am Roman.
EnglishIt was painted in Roman colors, the dark Pompeian red, with a deep ocher trim.
EnglishThe voice came from the Roman, though I did not know where he was now at all.
EnglishThe Golden House of the Roman Emperor Nero meant: We are doing the best we can.
EnglishCall me the Roman in the arena if you will and tell me tales of the ages that went before.
EnglishThe Roman Tacitus wrote the story of Agricola's early campaign which reached Scotland.
EnglishI had an extremely close friend, a foster brother you might say, who was Roman Catholic.
EnglishIt was printed in block letters very like Roman printing, angular and clean.
EnglishHe was wonderfully dressed as a Roman gentleman in the long tunic and a loose cloak.
EnglishLater, in Roman times, converts were initiated into Mithraism through this baptism.
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