This is, you’ll admit, a rather extreme course, and your pressing for it may simply be a way to keep you from admitting that you couldn’t figure out a more conventional or at least sane way of introducing the Yherajk to your people.
But he didn't know exactly where Koreatown was, and he needed an Internet cafe to google it, and so he caught the LAX bus to the Disney Concert Hall, thinking he could retrace the bus-route and find his way to those shops, get online, talk to his homies in Guangzhou, figure out the next thing.
"How'd you figure out the buffer allocation problem?"
After seeing Eugene she figured out a possible use for it, though that use was dangerous, for Norman Wilson might return at any time.
Miss Pinkerton did not understand French; she only directed those who did: but biting her lips and throwing up her venerable and Roman-nosed head (on the top of which figured a large and solemn turban), she said, "Miss Sharp, I wish you a good morning."
You must figure the tumult suddenly striking on the unstable equilibrium of old Fletcher's planks and two chairs--with cataclysmic results.
You stare numbly at the gun, trying to figure the trick.
In a word, in one group it figures as a thought, in another group as a thing"(pp.
How the hell did they figure this stuff out?
You figuring a stickup or something?"
But I will give you some food and some work to do while you figure out your next step.
He could not figure out just why he was here--a spy possibly.
It was hard to figure out the speed he ran at in the dark, but the wind on my face gave me a little thrill.
The quagga, though so plainly barred like a zebra over the body, is without bars on the legs; but Dr. Gray has figured one specimen with very distinct zebra-like bars on the hocks.
Plokta can also be used while trying to figure out any unknown key sequence for a particular operation.
Even Big John, the engineer, tried to figure out some scheme by which he could utilize Eugene as a fireman, but that was impossible; there was no call for any such person.
Figure to yourself the scene!
Now if I could just figure the rest of it out.
Oh, my friends, if you will just take only four blocks around you, and find out what the people want and what you ought to supply and set them down with your pencil and figure up the profits you would make if you did supply them, you would very soon see it.
If the trend listed above continues for only 15 more years, 2010 will see drives containing 25 million copies of Shakespeare, for the same price as the drive that could only hold one copy thirty years earlier, and the price per copy will be so low that it may take more money to run the calculation to figure the prices than the prices actually are.
In the factory his brother Robert had figured the pennies and nickels of labor-cost, had seen to it that all the little leaks were shut off.
Sarasti had obviously figured the odds differently.
We are not to figure the scientific method from these.
They were brought back to Granite Home, and figured in that evening’s meal.
Thoroughly conscious of his prestige, Napoleon was awarethat he added to it by treating rather worse than stable lads thegreat personages around him, and among whom figured some of thosecelebrated men of the Convention of whom Europe had stood indread.
He figured life as a grim dark mystery, a sad semiconscious activity turning aimlessly in the dark.
Once you figure out the language—”She shook her head. “
I had got my pileânot one of the big ones, but good enough for me; and I had figured out all kinds of ways of enjoying myself.
Perhaps she figured Jos to herself panting up the stair.
The harlot is thought to represent the state of the church under Boniface VIII and the giant to figure Philip IV of France.
You may figure to yourself the hum of voices along the road in the gloaming. . . .
I was trying to figure out what the hell to do next, because I had no clue what I was doing.
A Russian guy called Yarbus was the first to figure out the whole saccadal glitch in Human vision, back in the nineteen sixties15.
He figured his expenses down to ten dollars a week and managed to stay within that sum.
Who provides you with food, education, clothes, and all the means of figuring one day with honour in the ranks of society?
There had been, Smith and Weeden insisted, terrible colloquies wherein figured Curwen, certain captives of his, and the guards of those captives.
Once we’re on solid ground, we’ll figure out a course of action.
You must figure an appalled couple caught dismally in a swing.
Figure to yourself all the contradictions, all the inconsistencies possible, and you may meet with them in the government, the courts of justice, the churches, and the public spectacles of this odd nation.”
By Leah is understood the active life, as Rachel figures the contemplative.
Figure to yourself the distressed condition of the daughter of a Pope, only fifteen years old, and who in less than three months had felt the miseries of poverty and slavery; had been debauched almost every day; had beheld her mother cut into four quarters; had experienced the scourges of famine and war; and was now dying of the plague at Algiers.
It is by the use of this image that we figure to ourselves the conception of the dream distortion and of the censorship, and ventured to crystallize our impression in a rather crude, but at least definite, psychological theory.
I had hoped that the two of them would be able to help me figure out the right answer, but they were like the two sides of my conscience that had been warring it out.
Aunt Achsa said she paid to have the date and year of her mother's death scratched off her tombstone so folks couldn't figure out her age.
Wait,” I said and tried to figure out the right action.