She wasn't wearing her shift any more, but instead had on a set of soft cotton sleeping garments.
Sometimes, as Wei-Dong worked his long shifts making tiny decisions for the game, he thought about how much better it would be to play, thanks to the work he was doing, and imagined the Lu would approve of the artistry.
When they worked in Boss Wing's factory, they'd pull an 18 hour shift and then they'd relax by playing some more, running their own characters through the dungeons they'd been farming all day long.
The war in March-April 2003 between a US-led coalition and Iraq, and the subsequent occupation of Iraq, required major shifts in national resources to the military.
Turkey's high current account deficit leaves the economy vulnerable to destabilizing shifts in investor confidence, however.
With a final push, Helga felt the balance shift as the runners were knocked off their feet.
Not even our shiny new post-scarcity economy could withstand such a seismic shift without lurching towards bankruptcy.
All you had to do was prove that you were a decent player -- the game had the stats to know it -- and sign up, and then log in whenever you wanted a shift.
"You needn't go and tell them all our little shifts, and expose our poverty in that perfectly unnecessary way.
They treated them as well as their poverty would permit, took off their horse-hair shifts, which were very uneasy to them, and put on them others which they gave them, with shoes, and something to cover their heads, and save their hair.
The worst part about working nights was switching back to day shifts on her days off.
Lo, sudden the shift!
Also the cat likes to sniff in her shift on the bed.
A few years later Hubble showed, by a special investigation of the extra-galactic nebulae (" milky ways "), that the spectral lines emitted showed a red shift which increased regularly with the distance of the nebulae.
I’ve seen the shifts with which they keep up appearances and the awful struggle to make both ends meet.
But the INTENSITY of this desire, as manifested by these young technophilic denizens of the Information Age, may in fact BE new, and may represent some basic shift in social values—a harbinger of what the world may come to, as society lays more and more value on the possession, assimilation and retailing of INFORMATION as a basic commodity of daily life.
As Siri pointed, the serving women stood, some putting away the unchosen outfits, others walking over to carefully remove Siri's shift.
At the passage which I have marked, you will find that when De Quincey had committed what he calls ‘a debauch of opium,’ he either went to the gallery at the Opera to enjoy the music, or he wandered about the London markets on Saturday night, and interested himself in observing all the little shifts and bargainings of the poor in providing their Sunday’s dinner.
There were a couple thousand people logged in direct, and tens of thousands due to check in later when they finished their shifts.
Sascha was driving the Gang’s body this shift. “
I’ll see if one of the other girls can cover my shift.
Though the fear of being dethroned prevented his following the dictates of his pity, yet he in some measure moderated the rigour of the caliph's orders, by causing large shifts, without sleeves, to be made of coarse horse-hair for Ganem's mother, and his sister.
Gabe walked into the ER at quarter to eleven, and she realized he was also assigned the night shift.
Aside from the convenience of a second person in the dining-room, a house can not be run very comfortably and smoothly without alternating shifts in staying in and going out.