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UR and A Tear in the Open are two electronic music tracks which appeared on Tiësto's second studio album in 2004, entitled Just Be. Unlike Tiesto's other album from 2004, Parade of the Athletes, Just Be featured only unmixed tracks

UR and A Tear in the Open are two electronic music tracks which appeared on Tiësto's second studio album in 2004, entitled Just Be. Unlike Tiesto's other album from 2004, Parade of the Athletes, Just Be featured only unmixed tracks.

Smiles in one eye and tears in the other

Ralph Webster says it was prompted by the Syrian refugee crisis, and that he wanted to tell the story of people who had everything taken from them and were forced to leave their homes, family, and possessions behind. Webster writes the story of a remarkable man who lived a remarkable life and turned out to be the father of the normal family next door. It is the story of the author's father's life as a German Jew growing up in the 1930s in what is now Poland. Smiles in one eye and tears in the other. Reading Ralph Webster's warm, personal tale reminds us to accept both and make the most of the life we are given.

This book not only speaks to the plight of the Jews in wartime Germany but also to the current situation with displaced war refugees who have lost everything . Smiles in one eye and tears in the other

This book not only speaks to the plight of the Jews in wartime Germany but also to the current situation with displaced war refugees who have lost everything, except their remaining family in today’s world. 4 people found this helpful.

tear definition: 1. to pull or be pulled apart, or to pull pieces off: 2. to move very quickly: 3. a hole in a. a hole in . .More examples Fewer examples. On the other hand, democracy cannot flourish in a society torn by serious ethnic and religious conflicts. From Cambridge English Corpus. A tear was always visible in the rejected layer. After a hearty lunch together, he shook hands with the students, who were in tears.

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The girls looked at each other and tore off towards the house. to destroy or defeat somebody/something completely or criticize them or it severely We tore the other team apart in the second half. be torn (between A and B). jump to other results. to be unable to decide or choose between two people, things or feelings I was torn between my parents and my friend. break/cut/tear (somebody/something) loose from somebody/something. to separate yourself or somebody/something from a group of people or their influence, etc. The organization broke loose from its sponsors. The critics tore his last movie to shreds. tear at your heart, tear your heart out.

Explanation: You can tear or rip a book, but not normally break it. I think the only way you could break a book is. I think the only way you could break a book is in one of the martial arts displays, where the book is broken in two by one strike of the hand. You can, of course, break the spine of a book. Selected response from: Sarah Bessioud Germany Local time: 13:50. Participation is free and the site has a strict confidentiality policy. Return to KudoZ list. KudoZ™ translation help.

book profit - keep the books of the firm - examine the books - do the book - make false entries in the company's books. {/Roman}} noun from the eyes ADJECTIVE ▪ angry, bitter, emotional ▪ There were angry tears in Lily s eyes.

choice of words: (. Русское слово "учебник" может иметь разные английские эквиваленты в зависимости от помещенного в них материалы. happy ▪ burning, . ollocations dictionary. tear - 1. v. & n. (past tore; past part. torn) 1 tr. (often foll. by up) pull apart or to pieces with some force (tear it in half; tore up the letter).