They were busily "unhaling" the rick, that is, stripping off the thatch before beginning to throw down the sheaves; and while this was in progress Izz and Tess, with the other women-workers, in their whitey-brown pinners, stood waiting and shivering, Farmer Groby having insisted upon their being on the spot thus early to get the job over if possible by the end of the day.
At the bridge’s foot I mark’d how he did point with menacing look At thee, and heard him by the others nam’d Geri of Bello.
Skill, generally, is the capacity of speedy habituation.
One or two catchy popular songs are introduced, and the men sing or hum or whistle or divide into groups and do all three with all their might.
The implication that hackers form a sort of elite of technological Jedi Knights is intended.
Other OS groups at Honeywell began referring to it as `God's Chosen Operating System', allegedly in reaction to the GCOS crowd's uninformed and snotty attitude about the superiority of their product.
14:035:007 And Josiah gave to the people, of the flock, lambs and kids, all for the passover offerings, for all that were present, to the number of thirty thousand, and three thousand bullocks: these were of the king's substance.
The overtones from the old Chevy Chase skit on Saturday Night Live should not be overlooked.
Computer simulations that use 3-D graphics and devices such as the Dataglove to allow the user to interact with the simulation.
‘The pony’s at the door,’ said my aunt, ‘and I am off!
I will keep still and wait like the night with starry vigil and its head bent low with patience.
--I offer a few examples of the sort of thing these petty people have got into their heads--what they have put into the mouth of the Master: the unalloyed creed of "beautiful souls."--
You start at the raft, and--" "Oh, my lordy, lordy!
By back-dating the books, the broker could assign the shitty trades to shitty customers, cheapskates, or big, locked-in, slow-moving customers, like loosely-managed estates for long-dead people whose wealth was held in trust.
One very bright girl, Maggie, who sat opposite me, told a story that made my heart ache.