# Count sätze (in englisch)

- But I can
**count**on. - You can
**count**on it. - You can
**count**on us. - How to use
**count**( ). - Try to keep a
**count**. - I do not
**count**him. - Let me
**count**the ways. - I can
**count**to two. - I did not
**count**them. - You can
**count**on that. - On the
**count**of three. - But don't
**count**on it. - I Will
**Count**The Days. - This one had to
**count**. - You can
**count**on me. - If he does not
**count**. - TO THE
**COUNT**OF LEMOS:. - Steve did a quick
**count**. - Here I am, dear
**count**. - On that
**count**at least. - She had lost her
**count**. - Ten at the last
**count**. - Do they
**count**as cats? - I
**count**the colors again. - You cannot
**count**on it. - The body
**count**, a dead. - The
**count**knit his brow. - Listen my dear
**count**; M. - I had to lose the
**count**. - She would
**count**on 183. - We
**count**only blue cars. - No one could keep
**count**. - Yet
**count**him not as an. **Count**it then we eat.- You can
**count**on me!. - No matter!
**Count**upon me. - The truth, my dear
**count**. - Clap the rhythm and
**count**. - We should
**count**it a sin. - The
**Count**of Monte Cristo. - I never went back to
**count**. - HOW TO
**COUNT**THE CALORIES. - Caris began to
**count**aloud. - He’d lost
**count**of the. - The
**count**had driven off. - I wanted to make it
**count**. - The
**count**came towards him. - Can I
**count**on you? Can Mr. - Sit down and
**count**that. - I am entirely yours,
**count**. - I will
**count**the minutes. - Simply
**count**the years, 1. - So, we cannot
**count**that. - I can only
**count**your eyes. - I love a young girl,
**count**. - On the
**count**of three, we. - I knew I could
**count**on you. - The
**count**withdrew his foot. - The
**count**is very temperate. - I knew I could
**count**on her. - I have only you to
**count**on. - Give me a
**count**down from. - Remember me in a
**count**of 9. - Did that
**count**as special? - The player
**count**drops to 32. - But the
**count**did not answer. - How many did you
**count**? - What's the
**count**up to? - The player
**count**drops to 28. - Point to the notes and
**count**. - The
**count**took out his watch. - You can
**count**on me, Farah. - We’ll
**count**it at my house. - She can still talk and
**count**. - He can
**count**, you say? - Do I need to
**count**this? - Gradual y increase the
**count**. - That last one didn’t
**count**. - You can
**count**on my services. - By my
**count**, that makes you. - Do not
**count**on anything yet. - Can
**count**'em all on my hand. - To
**count**the days and years!. **Count**us among the witnesses.- More times than I can
**count**. **Count**me in on this, Miss Rox.- Barron could always
**count**on. - I inhale,
**count**to ten, exhale. - I
**count**on his word,. - But I
**count**you blessed,.

- He was
**counting**on it. - I was
**counting**on it. - I was
**counting**on that. - He was
**counting**the days. **Counting**to less than 9.- Was I
**counting**too fast? - Yet in its way,
**counting**. - He stopped
**counting**at seven. - I’ll be
**counting**on that. - All of Gaea is
**counting**on us. - The scammers are
**counting**on. - The town is
**counting**on me. - They reached the
**counting**room. - She had been
**counting**on that. - I'm
**counting**on you for that. - The school was
**counting**on him. - And we’re all
**counting**on you. **Counting**the numbers in my mind.- I wasn’t
**counting**on it, though. - Cash bricks, dwarfed a
**counting**. - Ford carried on
**counting**quietly. - I began
**counting**the legal tender. **Counting**the Cost: Luke 14:25-30.- Whitey Russo ran the
**counting**room. - But I wasn't
**counting**on this pain. - We will be
**counting**heavily on you. - She began again,
**counting**the steps. - Begin
**counting**backwards from 100. - I'm
**counting**all the dead chickens. - OK, these two are
**counting**sheep. - You are now ready to begin
**counting**. - I started
**counting**it off in my head. - She watched the tiles,
**counting**them. **Counting**them for thousands of years.- In
**counting**all our tears and sighs? - They are
**counting**the customers and. - He was
**counting**paces on his fingers. - Yeah, he’s down there
**counting**. - And that was what Hal was
**counting**on. - We were down to
**counting**the minutes. - We stood outside the
**counting**booths. - He waited patiently
**counting**the rings. - Everyone here will be
**counting**on you. - She knew that Credit was
**counting**on. - By
**counting**how many fingers you have. - Pa was
**counting**the instances of each. - He started
**counting**from five downwards. - Still Paul went on dealing and
**counting**. - She tried
**counting**them on her fingers. - Of course – we were
**counting**on it. - Your little Caitlin is
**counting**on you. - Forty-two,
**counting**spares and hacks. - I’m
**counting**on the doctor in Seattle. - That’s exactly what I was
**counting**on. - Yeah, I’m
**counting**on it, I said. - I am
**counting**on the child for tomorrow. **Counting**the number of returned results.- And were
**counting**on you for next time. - There’s a lot of us
**counting**on you. - Hotaki pulled the pin and began
**counting**. - So that’s what you were
**counting**on. - Barret, half-heartedly
**counting**the steps. - He sat down, "Grunt" and started
**counting**. - David wandered from pen to pen,
**counting**. - In such cases, silent
**counting**is useless. - I was slowly
**counting**to ten, I said. - He was
**counting**as the guns hit the floor. - Stop
**counting**when the second hand hits 3. - Harry decided to stop
**counting**his chores. - I’m
**counting**on you, Pressman said. - This means
**counting**how much protein and. - Not
**counting**the tool change, a drill is. - She moved,
**counting**the steps, and stopped. - Not
**counting**all of the drones, of course. - Lezura was
**counting**on him to get the key. - We tried
**counting**heads, and came up with. - They found themselves
**counting**every penny. **Counting**the number or products on a shelf.- Notice that Python starts
**counting**from 0. - Ganesh rallied his men,
**counting**the living. - Not
**counting**the kids and the married women. **Counting**hadn’t ever been his strong suit.- While you are
**counting**4 beats for this note. - And I’m sure they were
**counting**on that. - That’s what your Catskinner is
**counting**on. - The countdown read five seconds and
**counting**. - The total gain (not
**counting**dividends): 395. - I was
**counting**my prayers thinking that the. - After that we stopped
**counting**– it seemed. - Steve was
**counting**on him to keep a cool head. - The
**counting**ends at the first null character. - You get lost if you try
**counting**only in grey. - The countdown reverses and begins
**counting**up. - He was
**counting**off the footsteps in his head. - I was
**counting**on the sale of the car to help. - He would be
**counting**on some of them for this. **Counting**aloud, she suddenly leapt into action.- It should be something like 58,000
**counting**CD. - The crowd started
**counting**: ten…nine…eight. - I don't have a retail location? I was
**counting**.

- He
**counted**in his head. - I
**counted**seven of them. - She
**counted**off the days. - He
**counted**it like a dice. - You have
**counted**on this. - I
**counted**the money and. - Not all votes are
**counted**. - Montana
**counted**on her hand. - Richard
**counted**at least 9. - Zeke
**counted**on his fingers. - Dunk
**counted**on his fingers. - I them
**counted**the number. - I
**counted**the letters, my. - He
**counted**the odds of him. - One, two, three, Sam
**counted**. - It was actions that
**counted**. - I
**counted**them in my head. - He
**counted**them out for Tom. - Al
**counted**the longest line. - He
**counted**forty-two of them. - He
**counted**out four into Mrs. - By the look of it I
**counted**. - He
**counted**the remaining days. - When I
**counted**my scanty store. - He
**counted**twenty-one of them. - He
**counted**them one last time. - Have you
**counted**the trees? - She
**counted**them as the enemy. - He
**counted**to ten and growled. - If we now
**counted**Nidan, and. - And that was all that
**counted**. - She
**counted**to fifty, knowing. - Until then we
**counted**Saruman. - He
**counted**the boy as a friend. - None of them
**counted**the money. - Maybe more, no one’s
**counted**. - He
**counted**them until he tired. - Facade was what really
**counted**. - He
**counted**to three and was off. - But superior numbers
**counted**too. - It was the thought that
**counted**. - Nothing but his reflexes
**counted**. - We never
**counted**on the oath. - It still
**counted**, didn’t it? - Her money
**counted**, and designed. - None of us could be
**counted**out. - Of course, they must be
**counted**. - God
**counted**the cost before He. - He
**counted**to three, lobbed it. - Reacher
**counted**back in his head. - The money refused to be
**counted**. - One might have
**counted**a hundred. - He
**counted**out a thousand for me. - The prisoners had to be
**counted**. - He opened the pouch and
**counted**. - They were turned over and
**counted**. - Carroll
**counted**seventeen of them. - I asked why Love was
**counted**blind. - It won’t be
**counted**as betrayal. - Pa
**counted**the two rows of numbers. - I
**counted**the ammunition remaining. - He’d
**counted**twice, to make sure. - Four, if she
**counted**major medical. - Roman
**counted**six on his left and. - You had
**counted**on it generating a. - You have a score of scores
**counted**. - He
**counted**the days now to that day. - Unless you
**counted**the punk himself. - I could have
**counted**grains of sand. - Claire hadn’t
**counted**on the rain. - Told out: Numbered;
**counted**; tallied. **Counted**yet between earth and heaven.- They
**counted**all the money they had. - Men and women stand up to be
**counted**. - I
**counted**the seconds as I heard my. - Abraham’s Faith in God was
**counted**. - That
**counted**in permissible distance. - Leiber
**counted**to one hundred, slowly. - Moshe
**counted**twenty dim figures as. - He knew it was the pain that
**counted**. - Though I
**counted**this as one building. - He
**counted**it and handed what he had. - When was the last time you
**counted**. - Vinny
**counted**6 trees to the right of. - Caris was not sure whether that
**counted**. - You believe when others
**counted**you out. - Referee Arthur Donovan
**counted**him out. - The bar was full and I
**counted**to five. - What really
**counted**was the selection;. - We
**counted**five hundred dollars in cash. - Through his pain he
**counted**their faces. - I
**counted**each of her tiny fingers and. - When all was done I
**counted**seven steaks. - My advance will be
**counted**steps toward. - Junya
**counted**and realized that he had. - He
**counted**thirty odd before he stopped. - The man
**counted**the angry, magical fires. - The Red Line Alert was not
**counted**. - She
**counted**it not much more than a mood. - I held on until I’d
**counted**120 seconds.

- The
**counts**had to be. - What
**counts**is how you. - What
**counts**is that you. - That
**counts**as first blood. - And that's all that
**counts**. - Share
**counts**are in millions. - It
**counts**not days or years. - It's what works that
**counts**. - I plead guilty on all
**counts**. - This is what
**counts**, to be. - It’s the year that
**counts**. - It wasn't easy on all
**counts**. - Corey was wrong on all
**counts**. - She
**counts**each of the girls. - It is the person that
**counts**. - It’s the style that
**counts**. - ALSO
**COUNTS**AS 1 MEAT SERVING. - What
**counts**is the love, not. - It’s the thought that
**counts**. - This is where it really
**counts**. - That’s when it really
**counts**. - It’s today that
**counts**, Rose. - Then he
**counts**to thirteen Kat. - Surely that
**counts**as deception. - I guess that
**counts**as progress. - He
**counts**cards in Vegas? - Spend your Time Where it
**Counts**. - And that
**counts**a hell of a lot. **Counts**from the Middle Section.- Chapter 10: Combining the
**Counts**. - He was right on all three
**counts**. - They’re vulnerable on 2
**counts**. - It’s how we finish that
**counts**. - Then he
**counts**to thirteen Qanil. - Then he
**counts**up to thirteen Toj. - The
**counts**were again quick, and. - And she was correct on all
**counts**. - It was a losing battle on all
**counts**. - My voice is the only one that
**counts**. - He
**counts**six hands-worth of throws. - But it is your decision that
**counts**. - The wise man
**counts**nothing as his. - The CO
**counts**off the inmates aloud. - Most
**counts**will probably be too low. - She runs out of fingers as she
**counts**. - Being prepared
**counts**for everything. - Just hateful looks, if that
**counts**. - Breeding often
**counts**for nothing. - What
**counts**here is what percentage. - The entire mix of information
**counts**. - That is why, your opinion
**counts**for. - In this our automated age REAL
**counts**. - Who gathers wealth and
**counts**it over. - Quality, not quantity, is what
**counts**. - Over here, wounding
**counts**as bagging. - That place
**counts**as a revival here. - Apparently Not The Thought That
**Counts**. - What you do with it is all that
**counts**. - Every second
**counts**, Stenworth said. - Wrong on two
**counts**there sweetheart. - Guilty, your honor, on all three
**counts**. - Then the priest
**counts**to thirteen Ajpu. - He takes a deep breath and
**counts**to ten. - The second that five second timer
**counts**. - It
**counts**at the present a total of 386. - The word of a negro
**counts**for even less. - I was excused on both
**counts**by the fact. - He
**counts**out the rings, settling on five. - Bible
**counts**one week as seven years. - I suppose it
**counts**as nostalgia nowadays. - I think killing me
**counts**as a disruption. - Marie-Laure
**counts**the chapters that remain. - The consumer has the only vote that
**counts**. - Chapter 13:
**Counts**from the Middle Section. - If the moon is still in the sky, it
**counts**. - He closes his eyes for a moment and
**counts**. - It is the person that
**counts**and not wealth. - The man of commerce
**counts**his cent per cent. - But on two
**counts**of murder? It will be hard. - What
**counts**is how you thought of each other. - What
**counts**is the education that takes place. - I know, baby, and that’s all that
**counts**. - Modern yoga
**counts**dozens of pranayamas and. - So I call him up and he
**counts**my register. - Neatness
**counts**in terms of health and safety. - It
**counts**107 days to Monday, March 19, 1962. - He was wrong about the population
**counts**. - What the hell, it’s the thought that
**counts**. - I fear you are wrong on two
**counts**, goddess. - What
**counts**is the general trend and not some. - He
**counts**the bongs that finish at five. - Nicholskoe, estate of the
**counts**Olsuphiev, pp. - It's the pattern, not the incident, that
**counts**. - What
**counts**most is the tremendously powerful. - We’re together, and that’s all that
**counts**. - The bag is passed and the man
**counts**the money. - And
**counts**the varied gathering of the products. - The only market that
**counts**is the OPMI market. - It is not my certainty that
**counts**, but yours. - The vendor opens it and
**counts**the money inside.