Did he sit back and let history happen, or did he jump in and make a mess of it?
Vivenna's heart jumped in shock as Vasher crept into the room and toward the tunnel.
Priest after priest jumped in the way, some with weapons, others simply holding up their arms, bearing no weapons.
he snapped, causing an almost unseen woman near the far side of the room to jump in compliance.
And, with the word, both jumped in, and Phineas lashed the horses to a run, the horseman keeping close beside them.
Then jump in first class with third ticket.
The neighbourhood, to our ears, seemed haunted by approaching footsteps; and what between the dead body of the captain on the parlour floor and the thought of that detestable blind beggar hovering near at hand and ready to return, there were moments when, as the saying goes, I jumped in my skin for terror.
I jumped in and told the man to drive rapidly towards Hyde Park.
Now, jump in, and let us see if I can repair the consequences of my own blunder.”
The worst that ever I did to give them an occasion to give me this name was, that I had always the luck to jump in my judgment with the present way of the times, whatever it was, and my chance was to get thereby; but if things are thus cast upon me, let me count them, a blessing; but let not the malicious load me therefore with reproach.
:branch to Fishkill: IBM: from the location of one of the corporation's facilities n. Any unexpected jump in a program that produces catastrophic or just plain weird results.
The synonym `kangaroo code' has been reported, doubtless because such code has many jumps in it.
He was in such a hurry that in his impatience he put his footon the step on which Ivan’s left foot was still resting, and clutchingthe carriage he kept trying to jump in. “
Jump in, jump in!
Jump in, jump in!
I jumped in, and was off in a hurry.
Then I jumped in the canoe and dug out for our place, a mile and a half below, as hard as I could go.
About that time I hears their footsteps coming, and was going to skip under the bed; I reached for it, but it wasn't where I thought it would be; but I touched the curtain that hid Mary Jane's frocks, so I jumped in behind that and snuggled in amongst the gowns, and stood there perfectly still.