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199 Metaphors for  terms

199 Metaphors for terms

Lastly, the term is the joy of the city, a dear friend to countrymen, and is never more welcome than after a long vacation.

This term our meeting times are Thursday 10-noon in AH 412. We are continuing to work on "Infection in Hypergraphs".

The official term in Germany for this certificate is Allgemeine Hochschulreife.

In Japan, the more common term is "Korea of the Japanese-Governed Period" (日本統治時代の朝鮮, Nippon Tōchi-jidai no Chosen).

Her favorite term of reproach was 'Injin' and 'nigger,' and when they failed separately to express her feelings, she put the two together, a compliment always paid the Hessians, when she had occasion to mention them.

The English corresponding term is luncheon: but how meagre a shadow is the European meal to its glowing Asiatic cousin!

And I am shaming the authors that claim low-pressure zones when the correct term is low energy zones or low velocity zones.

A convenient term for this state of affairs to which, perhaps, in our statutes, we are approaching, is "allowable socialism"; private property is recognized, but its use is regulated.

[originally a term of contempt is now a complimentary by-name] Chileans, laboring men from all countries, who did not know how to spend their day's wages in the monotony of these new settlements.

The moving forces in the moral world are the same as those in the physical world; in the latter they are called attraction and repulsion, in the former, love and hate; that which the moralist terms self-love is the same instinct of self-preservation which is familiar in physics as the force of inertia.

He slipped away that night leaving his junior, General Buckner, to make terms with Grant, and those terms were "unconditional surrender," which were later so frequently connected with the initials of U.S.G. Buckner's name comes again into history in a pleasant fashion.

The French term which I have ventured thus freely to translate is pot-de-vin, and literally signifies a sum of money given to a third party who is able to ensure the success of a bargain or negotiation of whatever nature.

The maximum term is forty weeks in both city and country districts.

This term, which we borrow from the remarkable work on "Digestion and its Derangements," by Dr. Thomas K. Chambers, of London, is only the slightest of the many obligations which we hasten to acknowledge ourselves under to this author, as will appear from citations in the course of this article.

And in this "master," so tender, so caressingly submissive, this term of complete abandonment by which she called him, in order to avoid using the words godfather or uncle, which she thought silly, there was, for the first time, a passionate accent of revolt, the revindication of a being recovering possession of and asserting itself.

Another term for this design is body-on-frame construction.

An automatic renewal term is a lease period that renews every month, six months, or year for the same length of time.

Increasingly the trendy term is underserved communities, today’s fashionable euphemism for poor people.

Here, the major term is "die", the minor term is "men," and the middle term is "mortals".

But to be made much of, upon whatever terms, was always treatment to which the colonel submitted only too docilely.

Chastain replied that the correct term is jib.

The scientific term for this process is detumescence.

Certain it is, that to most boys the first term is a trying ordeal.

True, his second term of office had been in some ways the antithesis of his first.

But both these terms, as we know them in history, are survivals from some prehistoric state of things; and whether they were originally applied to a hundred of houses, or of families, or of warriors, we do not know.

The terms on which they appropriate it for private use are a legitimate concern for some public form of governance.

I believe the British term in this case would be "absolute tossers".

Another term which is commonly used is 'runner's high'.

A term frequently encountered in law is indenturea certain form of contract.

Evidently, the term "one-key" in "one- key with disambiguation" is an oversimplification!

Audacity, as the French term it, is a great quality in war, and often achieves more than the most calculated wisdomnay, it becomes wisdom in that sort of struggle; and we are far from being sure that audacity is not sometimes as potent in trade.

The term for this latter condition amongst revivalists was "the power," and it was distinctly a phenomenon sought for as the evidence of divine grace.

They thought, that the terms, they sent, were terms of weight, which would have amazed all, and stumbled many; but the consternation is now over, and their foes stand upright, as before.

A third term in use was the lingua d'oc, which has the authority of Dante and was used by some of the later troubadours; however, the term "Provençal" has been generally accepted, and must henceforward be understood to denote the literary language common to the south of France and not the dialect of Provence properly so-called.

The cruel method of capture described above was so general that, as Taylor himself tells us, the native term for courtship was he aru aru, literally, a following or pursuing after; and there was also a special expression for this struggling of two suitors for a girlhe puna rua.

The Hebrew term for such codifiers is "Posekim" (singular, Sometimes the commentators and codifiers of this period are also called "Rishonim," and sometimes that term is reserved for those who wrote commentaries and codes after 1250 CE. or so.

The term 'th' intense atom' is a synonym for 'that which knows,' or the mind.

The term of quarantine is fourteen days, but four days are remitted by the Pope.

Here, the major term is "die", the minor term is "men," and the middle term is "mortals".

It need hardly be explained that the latter terms are additions to the original poem, made, probably, by monks who copied the manuscript.

The term Tory in America was, as a matter of fact, an epithet of derision applied by the revolutionists to all who opposed them.

These tactics were to prove so successful in 1917 and 1918 that the French dubbed them "Hutier tactics", although the more commonly used term today is "infiltration tactics".

That aforementioned second term by Bush is the only time Republicans have won the popular vote since his father in 1988 (Dubya lost it in 2000).

Indeed, the terms of the so called peace with Turkey if they are to last, will be a monument of human arrogance and man-made injustice.

The official term is "Coloured people", but many Coloureds prefer to call themselves "Black", "Khoisan", or just "South African".

The cruel method of capture described above was so general that, as Taylor himself tells us, the native term for courtship was he aru aru, literally, a following or pursuing after; and there was also a special expression for this struggling of two suitors for a girlhe puna rua.

While the most common term for the main ingredient is garlic scapes, when we began farming garlic in Quebec (Canada) in 1989 this was not the case.

Term 2 is an 18-week clinical practicum, which requires full-time attendance at a clinical site.

The use of the word "tone" in this sense is inaccurate: a more appropriate term would be "definition".

TARBES (25), an old historic town of France, on the Adour, 100 m. SW. of Toulouse; has a fine 12th-century cathedral, a Government cannon factory, etc. TARE AND TRET, commercial terms, are deductions usually made from the gross weight of goods.

Another term for geographic speciation is allopatric speciation.

If a consumer agreement does not specify whether a term is a condition or a warranty, chances are it is a warranty.

The French term which I have ventured thus freely to translate is pot-de-vin, and literally signifies a sum of money given to a third party who is able to ensure the success of a bargain or negotiation of whatever nature.

There pass into the reserve about 24,000 men a year, and as the normal term of reserve service is four years, its normal strength is about 96,000 men.

The French term given, as corresponding to shepster, is "cousturière."

This term our meeting times are Thursday 10-noon in AH 412. We are continuing to work on "Infection in Hypergraphs".

Additional terms that were imposed on my ancestors were Paleo-indian, Archaic Indian, Etchemins and Malicite.

I know this is not the time for an amendment, but let me just say that the term for this genocide that has been recognized throughout the world is Holodomor.

17.The Greek term for the reciprocals each other and one an other, is a certain plural derivative from [Greek: allos], other; and is used in three cases, the genitive, [Greek: allælon], the dative, [Greek: allælois], the accusative, [Greek: allælous]: these being all the cases which the nature of the expression admits; and for all these we commonly use the objective;that is, we put each or one before the objective other.

I confess, however, that I should like very well to know the precise character of his thoughts, when, being defied by her whom the Prefect terms 'a certain personage,' he is reduced to opening the letter I left for him in the card-rack.

Other bail terms are that his three sureties who include his wife, Ms Stella Tumukunde were each bonded at Shs50m non cash.

The only term of the myth that is to be regarded in the study of its interpretation, is the abstract idea of a word lost and afterwards recovered.

A not uncommon term for the Gascons is Enfants de la Garonne.

The term in common use is 'provisions.'] It is, of course, possible to concede that adequate arrangements had been made for the general victualling of the fleet; and still to maintain that, after all, the sailors afloat actually did run short of food.

The term Web Services is still somewhat generalized in it’s use and understanding.

Other terms which mean almost the same thing are multidisciplinarity and crossdisciplinarity.

That is developing what we called (inaudible); the new term is sea urchins.

A Northamptonshire term for goose-grass (Galium aparine) is pig-tail, and the pig-nut (Brunium flexuosum) derived this name from its tubers being a favourite food of pigs, and resembling nuts in size and flavour.

3.The term that follows a conjunction, is in some instances a phrase of several words, yet not therefore a whole clause or member, unless we suppose it elliptical, and supply what will make it such: as, "And whatsoever ye do, do it heartily, AS to the Lord, AND not unto men"Col., iii, 23.

I say this because her evidence suggests she considers the terms of the Court order, to which she willingly consented, to be suggestions rather than requirements.

"The most usual term is he or she, male or female, employed as an adjective: as, a he bear, a she bear; a male elephant, a female elephant.

The term Berber is a variant of the Greek original word barbaros (barbarian).

The usual term of application for this class is, Kittemaugizzi, or Nim bukkudda, I am in want, or I am hungry.

Some say that Don Francesco, her brother, was urged, by his mother, to pay Lucrezia a visit, but the bad terms upon which he stood with Duke Alfonso was an effectual bar to his mission.

The Chippewa term for this animal is Wa-bos, usually pronounced by white men Wa-poos.

The term when used in the latter sense is merely a particular application of the doctrine of mistake of fact.

* * * * * The terms of the Turkish treaty are not only a breach of the Premier's pledge, not only a sin against the principle of self-determination, but they also show a reckless indifference of the Allied Powers towards the Koranic injunctions.

Till 1840 Latin was the official language of the country, and in that Latin the term for the political nation was Populus, which we would naturally translate as people.

The universal term for slaves is 'niggers.'

The corresponding term in Arabic is Fakir; and in Hindi, Jogi.

If, however, we are thinking of the face as its look or expression reveals thoughts, emotions, or state of mind, our term is countenance.

This principle was acceptedalthough the term "Navy Board" was not reinstitutedthe Admiralty Board being divided into two Committees, one for Operations and one for Materiél, the whole Board meeting at least once a week, as required, to discuss important questions affecting both sides.

The pedantic attempt made by some writers to change the common way of writing it because the original Malay term is a single word, "amok," comes too late in view of Dryden's line, "And runs an Indian muck at all he meets."

These last terms are adjectives; and those which denote motion or its privation, are either verbs or participles, according to their formal meaning; that is, according to their manner of attribution.

35.Between a portion of time and its correlative action, passion, or being, the possessive relation is interchangeable; so that either term may be the principal, and either, the adjunct: as, "Three years' hard work," or, "Three years of hard work."

The official term is 'victuals.'

The pronominal compounds; herein, therein, wherein, &c.; in which the former term is a substitute, and virtually governed by the enclitic particle.

This principle was acceptedalthough the term "Navy Board" was not reinstitutedthe Admiralty Board being divided into two Committees, one for Operations and one for Materiél, the whole Board meeting at least once a week, as required, to discuss important questions affecting both sides.

Apart from the first term, every term of the series is the harmonic mean of the terms either side of it.

Increasingly the trendy term is underserved communities, today’s fashionable euphemism for poor people.

This term is evidently a portion of a language wholly differing from our own.

It is addressed to adults, and sometimes the terms used by the preacher, is Greek to half the adults, in agricultural districts.

When any term stands for an idea a man is acquainted with, but is ignorant that that term is the sign of it, then another name of the same idea, which he has been accustomed to, may make him understand its meaning.

Other terms that have been used for this concept are "object variable", "(object) property", "(object) attribute" and more.

And the wail of the eagle was, "Howsoever long life may be, yet its inevitable term is death."

Anyway, the term "Islamophobia" is a neologism that refers to the opposition, fear or prejudice against Islam and then the fear and rejection of people of Muslim faith.

Since its re-appearance in the political discourse in the early 1990s, the term radical gradually became a buzzword that today goes hand in hand with two others: extremism and terrorism.

It is important to note, however, these terms are not judgements about the value or usefulness of a particular chemical reaction.

In this case the middle term is birds, and the major premise, All hawks are birds, does not make a statement which applies to all birds.

R. E. Latham (London; New York: Penguin, 1990), p. 111 The informal term for a king that ruled over other kings was bretwalda.