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Driving note


  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Driving note (Mus) a syncopated note; a tone begun on a weak part of a measure and held through the next accented part, thus anticipating the accent and driving it through.
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In literature:

When he was just on the point of driving off Whittle arrived with a note badly addressed, and bearing the word "immediate" upon the outside.
"The Mayor of Casterbridge" by Thomas Hardy
Some of this time the Prince spent in driving about the town, taking note of the condition of the people.
"Moon of Israel" by H. Rider Haggard
Nan stole her hat, and left a note on Daisy's pincushion, saying she had taken the boys to drive, and all would be out of the way till after tea.
"Jo's Boys" by Louisa May Alcott
As they were driving homeward across Canal Street, she noted, out beyond the Free Market, a steamboat softly picking its way in to the levee.
"Kincaid's Battery" by George W. Cable
She handed a bank-note to the impatient coachman, and ordered him to drive her home.
"Sevenoaks" by J. G. Holland
Mrs. Tiverton was out driving with a friend, and Jack had quite a hunt before he could find pencil or paper for his note.
"Dorothy Dainty at the Mountains" by Amy Brooks
They speeded up this noted thoroughfare and then across town to Riverside Drive.
"The Rover Boys in the Land of Luck" by Edward Stratemeyer
It was on a day of driving rain-squalls and premature cold that he first took note of its possibilities.
"The Haunters of the Silences" by Charles G. D. Roberts
The method of driving this shaft is worthy of note.
"Turning and Boring" by Franklin D. Jones
He breakfasted alone; but just as he was about to get into the brougham and drive away, one of the maids brought him a little note.
"Capricious Caroline" by E. Maria Albanesi
Their lively notes brighten a country drive.
"An Australian Bird Book" by John Albert Leach
When carriage-wheels sounded from the drive she went into the library and seated at her father's desk, wrote a note.
"The Long Lane's Turning" by Hallie Erminie Rives
Every note almost drives me wild!
"The Spell" by William Dana Orcutt
There is no need for any vandal to write his descriptive note across the face of this to drive its message home.
"War Posters Issued by Belligerent and Neutral Nations 1914-1919" by Various
Until he had obtained possession of the promissory notes there would be no crevice in which to drive any legal wedge.
"The City of Numbered Days" by Francis Lynde
He will toss the package of bank notes into that car, and drive on.
"The Blue Lights" by Arnold Fredericks
A shrewd and wealthy old landlord, away down in Maine, is noted for driving his "sharp bargains," by which he has amassed a large amount of property.
"Recitations for the Social Circle" by James Clarence Harvey
The husband and wife hurled their notes at each other as two tennis players drive the ball with all their strength.
"Le Cocu (Novels of Paul de Kock Volume XVIII)" by Charles Paul de Kock
Drivers who were chosen for the task of driving their coach were ever after noted men.
"Historic Highways of America (Vol. 10)" by Archer Butler Hulbert
A brief drive to the Embassy in the Calle Fernando el Santo, a hastily pencilled note sent up to Rossett.
"Whither Thou Goest" by William Le Queux

In poetry:

Howbeit that night I took no note
Of sea nor sky, for all was drear;
I marked not that the hills looked near,
Nor that the moon, though curved and clear,
Through curd-like scud did drive and float.
"Grandmother Tenterden" by Francis Bret Harte

In news:

Before driving off in a rental, note every ding, scratch and dent.
Unless they have specific business there, neither regular nor occasional visitors to Ada Village are likely to take note of the large gray building on the northeast corner of Thornapple River and Ada drives.
Editor's Note: Driving between Los Angeles and Las Vegas may summon up those middle-of-nowhere feelings.
Team Losi's Muggy will be hitting stores soon, but we've already got our first-drive notes.
As we've noted before, no other industry works as hard as the airline industry to drive customers away.
Noted vampire hunter Abraham Lincoln can't drive a stake through "Twilight" at the box office.
Editor's Note: The Gasparilla Magazine Joy Rides are designed to spotlight attractions within driving distance of Gasparilla Island.
"Someone went through the drive-through and passed a note saying it was a hold-up," said Ryan Grelle, spokesman for Denton Police Department.
JCC Activism Club Ends Food Drive On High Note.
ROSWELL — The opening drive started on a positive note, but it ended in the worst way possible for the Cherokee on in a 34-6 loss to Roswell at Ray Manus Stadium.
Katie and I attempting our best Thelma and Louise pose NOTE: We did NOT drive off a cliff.
Don't Let Your Car Note Drive You Crazy.
According to Bryan Police, by the start of the new school year Monday, all school zones will have signage up noting a $200 fine possible if you use a wireless communication device while driving.
Driving through pounding rain, slipping on the winding shoulders of rte 9, lost in Greg's dreamy music, I am part of the world, at one with the trees and the rain and the notes.
Driving from his home in Maine to South Jersey earlier this week, Terry Murray noted a strange coincidence involving the NHL's latest labor dispute.

In science:

Note that the crack velocity : dℓ dt = λ/(τ − t), diverges as time comes closer to lifetime τ, which simply means that when time τ is reached slow crack growth due to thermal activation is no longer the driving mechanism, and a crossover towards fast dynamic crack propagation will occur.
Thermal activation of rupture and slow crack growth in a model of homogenous brittle materials
Note that a PC needs no positron drive beam but electron beams, which can be produced with relatively high polarisation, are sufficient.
Physics at a gamma gamma, e gamma and e-e- Option for a Linear Collider
Another important thing should be noted in this dynamic phase boundary is, the variation of the phase boundary with respect to the frequency of the driving field.
Nonequilibrium Phase Transitions in Model Ferromagnets: A Review
Note that in order to satisfy the above resonance condition, the two qubits should still be reasonably close in energy to avoid prohibitively large driving of each qubit which could potentially excite higher energy states or uncontrolled environmental degrees of freedom.
Parametric coupling for superconducting qubits
Note that our assumption that the TLS is not coupled to the driving field can be valid even in cases where the physical nature of the TLS and the driving field leads to such coupling, since we generally consider a microscopic TLS, rendering any coupling to the external field negligible.
Decoherence and Rabi oscillations in a qubit coupled to a quantum two-level system
Note that when the driving frequency is close to the fundamental frequency of the beam, the fundamental mode will dominate also in absence of a static longitudinal compression force F0 .
Quantum Properties of a Nanomechanical Oscillator
He noted that a slight bump in opacity connected with the HeII ionization edge at T = 1.5 × 105K produces a substantial driving effect in β Cep models.
Driving mechanism in massive B-type pulsators
We note that the quantum fluctuations of the driving field will lead to the decoherence of the Kramers doublets even in the absence of the applied magnetic field, however, this rate saturates at the zero field strength .
Holonomic Quantum Computation with Electron Spins in Quantum Dots
Note that p(X, φ) cannot be a function of X only to successfully drive inflation, as it is notably the φ dependence that will ensure a “graceful exit” in this scenario [1, 37].
Primordial Fluctuations in String Cosmology
We note that for small truncation levels (α = 4) the interaction of the Brownian and the stable processes is material, driving the actual limit above 2.
Is Brownian motion necessary to model high-frequency data?
Note that the chosen value of A(E ) corresponds to a strongly driven system with E = 6 since the driving field is much larger than the interaction strengths.
Thermodynamic Theory of Phase Transitions in Driven Lattice Gases
We would like to note, however, that this particular case of scalar-tensor theories of gravity resembles just one example of how non-linearities in the gravitational interaction could drive gravity away from GR in the strong fields of compact masses and lead to a strong-field violation of SEP.
Tests of the universality of free fall for strongly self-gravitating bodies with radio pulsars
It is of interest to note that the driving energy is introduced to the system by the irradiation of light, and the driven mechanism is based on the dynamical competition between the inherent lengths of the moving ob ject (the chain) and the supporting carrier (the isotropic surface).
Driven Dynamics: A Probable Photodriven Frenkel-Kontorova Model
Note that this process of creating a large scale field with an MRI-driven dynamo with its promise of naturally driving axial, helical flows does not require an equipartition field.
Conference Summary: Three Dimensional Explosions
For the Lorentzian density of states (73) with long-range hopping an average kinetic energy per particle tends to infinity (WA → ∞), and as it was noted in Ref. 50, this requires an infinite interaction U to drive the system insulating.
Mott transition in the asymmetric Hubbard model at half-filling within dynamical mean-field theory