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expand_more estrechamente unidos a su origen en el seno de la comunión trinitaria y
que está en el seno del Padre, ése le ha dado a conocer ».10
Él, que « está en el seno del
expand_more la estrechó contra su pecho
Estoy de acuerdo en que el pecho de un albañil no es una vista agradable, pero no es tarea de esta Cámara legislar sobre estos aspectos.
Context sentences for "bosom" in Spanish
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EnglishWe support a peaceful, multi-ethnic Kosovo integrated in the bosom of the EU.
Englishorigin in the bosom of the Trinitarian communion and with specific reference to
EnglishIran's possible return to the bosom of the international community has a price today.
EnglishIran' s possible return to the bosom of the international community has a price today.
Englishtruth that "the only Son, who is in the bosom of the Father, he has made
EnglishIts bosom is too cold and its arm too short.
Englishafter many years she returned to the bosom of her family
Englishhe was plucked from the bosom of his family
EnglishThey harbour, as it were, the germ of hatred in their bosom because they do not recognize the God of the Bible as the only One.
Englishmay he be taken into the bosom of the Lord
Englishshe kept the letter tucked away in her bosom
EnglishHe who is in the bosom of the Father
EnglishUnfortunately today it is not possible for all children to grow up in the bosom of the family, and they live in children's homes.
Englishhe clasped her to his bosom
Englishin the bosom of the earth
Englishin the bosom of one's family
EnglishWe are therefore asking the Commissioner to address this Chamber on this question and to discuss it in the bosom of Parliament.
EnglishPut your hand in they bosom, it shall come forth white without stain (or hurt); one of nine signs to Pharaoh and his people; verily, they are a rebellious, transgressing people.
EnglishThrust your hand into your bosom, it shall come out white, without hurt; and then fold again your wing, that you do now stretch out through dread (i.
EnglishMadam President, as Mr Rapkay said, we can talk to each other as we are used to doing now that we are gathered 'in the bosom of our family '.
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