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1038 example sentences with  tick

1038 example sentences with tick

pรฉndulo, m, pendulum, (here) tick (of the pendulum).

He looked in at his own door; the furniture seemed stiffer than usual and the tick of the clock more deliberate.

He looked in at his own door; the furniture seemed stiffer than usual and the tick of the clock more deliberate.

In Mrs. Beverly, in the play of the 'Gamesters' a few nights ago, she so arrested the attention of the house that you might hear your watch tick in your fob, and, at the close of the play, when she utters an hysteric laugh for joy that her husband was not a murderer, there were different ladies in the boxes who actually went into hysterics and were obliged to be carried out of the theatre.

Tick, tick, went the old Dutch clock in the corner, and the smoke-jack kept up its whirring noise.

Tick, tick, went the old Dutch clock in the corner, and the smoke-jack kept up its whirring noise.

But it made no difference: all the clocks in hell tick-tacked in that poor woman's jaw, and it was the mercy of Providence that ever she came across me.

It has a very loud and self-asserting tick, and a still more arrogant strike, for such an old clock; but, then, everybody here has a voice that is much stronger than is needed, and it is the habit to scream in ordinary conversation.

The interest of the young inventor can easily be imagined as he sat and watched for the tick of his recording instrument that he knew should come from the flash sent across the garden by his companion.

Suddenly the Morse sounder began to tick and burr-r-r; the boy's eyes flashed, and his heart gave an exultant boundthe first wireless message had been sent and received, and a new marvel had been added to the list of world's wonders.

The tick plague had ruined him as regarded his Queensland property, and the drought had made matters nearly as bad for him in New South Wales.

"Now get the Tick-tick and just give me a tap here with the Ooh-jah, while I give the Thing-a-me-tight a couple for his nob.

"Now get the Tick-tick and just give me a tap here with the Ooh-jah, while I give the Thing-a-me-tight a couple for his nob.

'Come, doctor,' says I, 'I trust no man upon tick; if I don't taste I won't believe my own eyes, though I can believe my tongue.'

Again and again he had crossed herds of cattle which were covered with the loathsome bloodsuckers; and in a couple of months every tick would be dead.

He could hear the chirp of the crickets faintly from the distant kitchen, and the tick of the clock sounded loud and hollow along the passage.

R104254, 22Dec52, The Platt & Munk Co. (PWH) SWAN, KAY Tick tock clock chart.

Naoma Zimmerman (A); 16Oct72; R537729. Timothy tick-tock.

'Mother,' she said, but no one answered; she heard the tick of the clock; it was the only sound.

If I could pay him for one suit, I could get another on tick.

She raised herself on one elbow; the crack of light under the door was gone; there was no sound, no movement in the house except the measured tick of the hall clock outside, tic-toc!tic-toc!tic-toc!

"I don't think," said Miss Cullen, "that I am a bit more curious than most people, but it has nearly made me frantic to have you tick away on that little machine and hear it tick back, and not understand a word."

"I don't think," said Miss Cullen, "that I am a bit more curious than most people, but it has nearly made me frantic to have you tick away on that little machine and hear it tick back, and not understand a word."

The Indies of the Mazzaron desire nothing but little clocks; they like the tick.'

He said, 'The clocks wouldn't tick.'

DEVLIN (places watch to his ear) It has a good strong tick, anyway.

One Tommy who sat on his straw tick inside the tent was knitting.

There wore two broad landings on the stairs, the lower one just the place for an old clock to tick out its impressive "ForeverNeverNeverForever" <i>ร  la</i> Longfellow.

"Hollo, Billy," said Wildney, confidentially, "all serene; give us two bottles of beeron tick, you know.

I'm jolly as a tick.

In the silence that followed Trove could hear the tick of his watch.

I miss the tick of the clocks, but my work is easy and I have excellent good friends.

Nothing spectacular and nothing solemn; No company of men that I might drill, And either tick 'em off or else extol 'em

Our enjoyment was cut short, however, by discovering that the whole place, vines, shrubs, and even, apparently, the earth itself, was infested with myriads of the wood-tick, a little insect, that, having fastened to the skin, penetrates into the very flesh, causing a swelling and irritation exceeding painful, and even dangerous.

Heavily dragged the night; the Year Was passing, and the clock's slow tick Boomed its sad message to my ear And made me pretty sick.

The clocks tick out the scented hours, and with loud singing of happy birds, with pomp of flowers and bees, and freaked butterflies, God's day treads royally past.

The days crept on, I say, and got bright again; no June days ever stretched themselves to half such length; there was perfect stillness in the house,it seemed to me that I counted every tick of the clock.

The principal are the Horse-Bean or Tick-Bean; the Early Mazagan; and the Long-pods.

I could hear them slowly dripping out of eternity in the tick of a watch near me.

Of course, I could not have seen all those things at once, but they came upon me like a single picture, for in one tick of a watch I went over that flagstone path and into that front door and through that house and out of that back door, and past that young man and that young woman, and head and heels both foremost at once, dashed slam-bang into the midst of all that linen hanging out on the lines.

We can figure out how much time one tick would take according to the people on Earth.

A final box tick on a Sunday afternoon that could not have gone any better for a side who had got used to things not going their way.

Because weddings tick all the boxes that make certain events especially risky for transmission.

Cases started to tick upwards after that, with roughly 40,000 confirmed cases across the province to date.

Following the Five Star restructuring and associated sales of $900 million of non-core assets, the companyโ€™s leverage will tick down to around 6x in order to secure its investment grade status.

Health chiefs are warning Brits to stay wary after confirming a case of babesiosis and a probable case of tick-borne encephalitis (TBE).

His music video for Dat $tick has 150 million views.

I can mention Nkhwachi Mhango, Wendy Harawa, Ras Ray Harawa, Johnny Zembani Banda as some of the lieutenants that have been on Bandaโ€™s side to make the festival tick.

"I could not think of a better way to end my candidacy, as hard as it was to do with our beloved staff and everyone else, than to join the tickโ€“" she's heard saying to the crowd.

In 2020, as the days tick by and Mr. Trump shows no signs of starting a transition, the risks increase.

Itโ€™s a line that cuts to the core of what makes Wendy, her husband Marty (), and the show around them tick.

It's a stunning, powerful, premium 2-in-1 that seems to tick all of the boxes, include the option for lots of storage.

โ€œIt would be a huge regret that the Cornish would be the only national minority that would not have a tick box,โ€ she said.

I wonder if you could just tick off your priorities if you were writing the COVID legislation that would address working families the way you think they needs to be addressed.

Lyme disease, a tick-borne bacterial infection, is pretty uncommon in London (one emergency room doctor at the east London hospital I visited told me she had never seen a case in person before), so I was sure there was some kind of mistake.

โ€œLyme disease remains the most common tick-borne infection in England.

Netflix had to shut down production of his directorial debut, the musical drama โ€œTick, Tickโ€ฆ Boom!

Netflix had to shut down production of his directorial debut, the musical drama โ€œTick, Tickโ€ฆ Boom!

โ€œA number of new products were launched, including a tick-data-in-the-cloud solution; enhanced central order book trading functionality and monthly expiries in our derivatives markets,โ€ the company said.

Severe fever with thrombocytopenia syndrome virus (SFTSV) belongs to the Bunyavirus family and is transmitted to humans through tick bites.

โ€œStart to slowly tick them off now, so when the end of December comes around, youโ€™re all prepared,โ€ she said.

As I completed each task, I would tick a box to indicate I had completed it.

The fact organ donation has managed to tick along almost unnoticed behind the scenes of COVID-19 is indeed a miracle.

Their parents should ensure that they are properly dressed in order to minimise the possibility of being infected by a tick and contracting Lyme disease,โ€ he said.

Tick Tock Day may also be a day to look at personal goals.

What makes Putin tick?

With Nurse and running the point, the Oilers lethal powerplay continued to tick along at 8 for 25 (32%).

You should see the ground pearls about the size of a tick and the colors look off-white to purple depending on which stage the ground pearl is in.

After removing the tick, thoroughly disinfect the bite site, apply a bandage and wash your hands well.

Borrelia miyamotoi infection has recently been described as a cause of illness in the U.S. It is transmitted by the blacklegged tick (Ixodes scapularis) and has a range similar to that of Lyme disease.

Everybody in the audience probably noticed the distracting tick.

For small gauges, it can be desirable to turn off the tick labels by setting the "showTickLabels" option in the rendererOptions to false.

For years 2013 to 2017 the enhanced credit will be claimed if you tick the First Time Buyer box.

FREDERICTON (GNB) โ€“ Sunbury and Queens counties have been identified as new risk areas for established or emerging blacklegged tick populations.

In the summer of 2011, he developed a tick surveillance program as an intern at the Andover Board of Health in Andover, MA through the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.

It can be difficult enough to follow the fast moves of one basketball game, let alone three but if this is what makes you tick, go for it.

And what makes Winnipeg tick, where we can have such talented, talented people: talented artists, talented behind-the-scenes people, that can actually make us thrive in this area of arts and culture.

It is undertaking research on new strains and pathogens of tick-borne diseases, and it is updating public health guidelines on Lyme disease.

It paints a pretty damning picture of the grim reality that's going on in 2012--a year with an up-tick in Volume that was supposed to see prices come up.

Another feature in edpuzzle videos (that I couldnโ€™t find in thinglink) is that I can tick a box so that my students canโ€™t skip ahead in the video.

Another large up tick locally I've noticed is squatters with the economy being down.

Only the blacklegged tick, will be tested for Lyme disease.

Other modes of transmission to humans, including tick bites and human to human transmission, are rare.

The boot is finished in dark grey and orange with the black Swoosh tick to the side.

The nymph remains on the host but does not blood feed again until January or February, at which time it changes to an adult tick.

These days I know to do things like tick the 'connect automatically' button when configuring the system's network connections during install, for example (even though it should be the default).

These include control of axis limits, tick locations and prepanel calcultions.

A tick bite is generally painless.

A tickโ€™s weight can increase 100 fold during a blood mealโ€”in other words, it can get a lot bigger.

A tick trap placed next to a wooded, recreation trail.

Those would be important ones, and people should have to tick those boxes before they answer these other vague and preposterously stupid questions.

Warburton starred on the ABC hit comedy "Less than Perfect"; on the hit show "NewsRadio"; and on the live action series "The Tick" as the Tick himself.

Warburton starred on the ABC hit comedy "Less than Perfect"; on the hit show "NewsRadio"; and on the live action series "The Tick" as the Tick himself.

Wednesday, September 10, 2036. tick tick tick.

Wednesday, September 10, 2036. tick tick tick.

Wednesday, September 10, 2036. tick tick tick.

We stratify the host population in terms of attached nymph number and consider grooming behavior, an adaptive response to reduce tick densities.

What made her "tick", so to speak, was her supreme confidence in the truth of Marxism and in the inevitable triumph of socialism in Canada.

Will not affect topical flea and tick treatments.

You learn everything about them, what makes them tick, what they want.