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To arm the lead


  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • To arm the lead to fill the hollow in the bottom of a sounding lead with tallow in order to discover the nature of the bottom by the substances adhering.
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In literature:

But only for a few minutes, then they seemed to be growing weaker, their arms became like lead; their eyes grew dim, and the end was very near.
"Quicksilver" by George Manville Fenn
It would be easier to bring the girls hither, than to lead a band of armed men by that path without their being discovered.
"Erling the Bold" by R.M. Ballantyne
The warriors all armed, as though going forth to battle, ascended the hill, with the boys in the lead.
"The Wonder Island Boys: Conquest of the Savages" by Roger Thompson Finlay
Two of them grasped him by the arms and started to lead him from the room.
"Giants on the Earth" by Sterner St. Paul Meek
He gripped Smith by the arm and pointed toward the path leading to the gates.
"The Lure of the Mask" by Harold MacGrath
An armed man stood on either side of the door leading to the corridor, which was itself guarded by a chain of soldiers.
"At the Point of the Sword" by Herbert Hayens
Well, she took him by the arm, above the elbow, as if to lead him, or push him rather.
"Chance" by Joseph Conrad
His arm went down like lead, an' the gun dropped to the ground; so I know I winged him.
"Dave Porter in the Gold Fields" by Edward Stratemeyer
Without a word, he cautiously lifted the unconscious Clary in his strong arms, and signed to Euphemia to lead the way.
"A Big Temptation" by L. T. Meade
Fanny was going up to Norman to lead him towards the house, but he hung back, so Susan took him by the arm.
"Norman Vallery" by W.H.G. Kingston
Roy and Hadden and Cole were to lead the cheering and to this end had armed themselves with brown megaphones.
"The Crimson Sweater" by Ralph Henry Barbour
He execrated the disturbance of the liberals, and took Seraphin's arm to lead him away.
"The Progressionists, and Angela." by Conrad von Bolanden
I will arm the slaves now in the palace, and lead them on to victory or death.
"Comic Tragedies" by Louisa M. Alcott
Were my arm whole, I'd lead Bess's head to the follow.
"Wilson's Tales of the Borders and of Scotland" by Various
The dark figure in the lead seized Hawksworth's right arm from behind and began to grapple for his sword.
"The Moghul" by Thomas Hoover
He allowed her to lead him to the arm-chair, and sitting in it did at last feel justified in taking her on his knee.
"Vera" by Elisabeth von Arnim
We are to march there from here, and who can lead the men-at-arms to the storming so well as you?
"Joan of Arc" by Lucy Foster Madison
To Jerry's surprise, Penny resisted the tug of his arm as he sought to lead her toward the car.
"Danger at the Drawbridge" by Mildred A. Wirt
Only when Adelaide entered, perfectly equipped for the journey, he arose promptly and offered his arm to lead her to the carriage.
"The Sign of Flame" by E. Werner
Geoffrey removes the heavy lace that lies round her throat, and then leads her up to the hearthrug nearly opposite to his mother's arm-chair.
"Mrs. Geoffrey" by Duchess

In poetry:

Her prim Dutch doll is in her arms,
    And Polly hums a tune
To match the brook that leads her on
    This pleasant afternoon.
"York Garrison, 1640" by Sarah Orne Jewett
Haggard, the outlaw leapt from his bed
With his lean arms held on high,
'Fire!' And the word was scarcely said
When the mountains rang to rain of lead -
And the dawn went drifting by.
"The Death Of Ben Hall" by William Henry Ogilvie
Some will meet and greet them as they leap to the ground
With soft cries, wet eyes, and fond arms around;
Lead them in to begin New Life, to which all loves
Home like a flock of doves.
"Riding Home" by Katharine Tynan
And brooding over the enormous dormitory
The mind grows shrill at those nothings in lead rooms
Who were beautiful once or dull and ordinary,
But loved, all loved, all called to sheltering arms.
"An Old Lament Renewed" by Vernon Scannell
'Tis vain to struggle -
The ways of heaven are the ways of heaven.
Is he the destined saviour, by whose arm
His God, for whom he fights, intends to lead thee
Into the land, which thou wast born for -
"Nathan The Wise - Act III" by Gotthold Ephraim Lessing
But Ocean coils and heaves in vain,
Bound in the subtle moonbeam's chain;
And love and hope do but obey
Some cold, capricious planet's ray,
Which lights and leads the tide it charms
To Death's dark caves and icy arms.
"The Philosopher To His Love" by Oliver Wendell Holmes

In news:

The Obama administration is launching a new space arms-control initiative that critics say will lead to restrictions on US military activities in space, a key US strategic war-fighting advantage.
From leading ladies to sexy singers, these Hollywood stars have committed style sins by hitting the red carpet and the streets, showing off a jungle of hair -- or just too much stubble -- underneath their arms.
PRAGUE — Declaring the future of mankind at stake, President Barack Obama said Sunday all nations must strive to rid the world of nuclear arms and that the US had a "moral responsibility" to lead as the only country ever to use one.
This eventually leads to muscle weakening, twitching, and an inability to move the arms, legs, and body.
Hundreds of Serbs armed with rifles and pistols sealed off towns in the Yugoslav republic of Croatia today, raising fears of ethnic clashes that some Western diplomats say could lead to civil war.
Now the Saudis are taking the lead in setting up a central Free Syrian Army command system intended to coordinate the flow of arms and funds to rebel fighters.
0A man kidnapped from a Brownsville restaurant and killed, Mexican troops deployed across the border, Army helicopters stationed in the Valley, and a movie theater massacre with ties to Harlingen, all factors leading some to arm themselves.
Mike Overcast, operations manager of the Tordrillo Mountain Lodge in Alaska, prepares to lead a group of anglers down Talachulitna Creek armed with colorful flies and a bear gun.
A botched armed robbery leads to a SWAT situation at a Cheektowaga restaurant and those robbers are still on the loose.
Associate horticulture professor Peter Hirst is leading the project to develop and improve machines that use cameras and robotic arms to prune grapevines and apple trees.
Phoenix Police are offering up to $1,000 for information leading to the arrest of an armed robbery suspect .
A PFT who is armed with a systematic approach to selling is prepared to take the lead and steer the situation in the right direction without the prospect ever feeling a loss of control.

In science:

We found that a (corrected) scaling ratio of about 10 leads to a spiral instability adequately accounting for the disk spiral structure and non-circular motions: the spiral pitch angle and arm-interarm contrast are accurately reproduced.
On the Spiral Structure of NGC 2915 and Dark Matter
Moreover, the performance of FAR depends on the chosen reference, with different reference arms leading to different randomization probabilities.
Bayesian phase I/II adaptively randomized oncology trials with combined drugs
Scaling the Milky Way dark matter halo up in mass to a level that yields ΘLSR = 264 km s-1 while simultaneously reproducing known leading arm debris requires the Sgr core to have a high (∼ 400 km s-1 ) space velocity, resulting in RVs in the tidal streams that are discrepant by ∼ 75 km s-1 from measured values.
Kinematics and Chemistry of Stars Along the Sagittarius Trailing Tidal Tail and Constraints on the Milky Way Mass Distribution
Finally, there exists the possibility of unbalanced spectral throughput in each interferometer arm which can lead to spectral phase errors. We can check this by moving the detector to port 2.
A Demonstration of Spectral and Spatial Interferometry at THz Frequencies
However, finite gain in the PSL-MC loop can potentially lead to PSL frequency noise coupling into the arm stabilization loop.
Multi-color Cavity Metrology
Furthermore, note that the orbits spread out as they trace the arm moving from the L2 to the L1 between t = 0.65 and 1.1 Gyrs, leading to a gradual widening of the spiral arm.
Manifold-driven spirals in N-body barred galaxy simulations
However, since two of the four processes leading to a coincidence detection (each photon can choose either the short or the long arm of the interferometers) are indistinguishable, fringes can be observed in the rate of coincidence detections between two detectors belonging to different interferometers.
Long-distance Bell-type tests using energy-time entangled photons
However, different pulse broadening in the intereferometer arms, increasing with increasing arm-length difference, leads to a smaller visibility as well.
Long-distance Bell-type tests using energy-time entangled photons
If a SMS is differentially rotating, cooling and contraction will instead lead to the unstable formation of bars or spiral arms prior to collapse, and the production of quasi-periodic waves (New & Shapiro 2001a,b).
General-Relativistic MHD for the Numerical Construction of Dynamical Spacetimes
The downflow does lead to vertical compression ahead of the next arm, but not to a doubling of the vertical velocity pattern.
3D MHD Modeling of the Gaseous Structure of the Galaxy: Description of the Simulations
Examination of the top panel of Figure 6 leads to the idea that the disk swells at the arms.
3D MHD Modeling of the Gaseous Structure of the Galaxy: Description of the Simulations
Reference to Figure 4 shows that, at low z, minimum height occurs at the interarm bounce, where material is moving outward, while at high z, minimum height occurs downstream of the leading edge of the arm, where material has already begun to move in.
3D MHD Modeling of the Gaseous Structure of the Galaxy: Description of the Simulations
In practice the central null of the transmission map will be degraded by amplitude and optical path differences between the interferometer arms that will lead to a level of noise that sets a limit for the achievable null depth given (Serabyn, 2000).
Interferometric Space Missions for the Search for Terrestrial Exoplanets: Requirements on the Rejection Ratio
Moreover, the young stars with the systematical non-circular motions directed towards the Galactic center (the Perseus, Cygnus, and Carina regions) which could belong to the same, perhaps patchy, spiral arm fall nicely on a large-scale structure which appears to be the leading spiral arm (Melnik 2006).
Kinematics of the outer pseudorings and the spiral structure of the Galaxy
The inclination of the local spiral arm, coincident with Gould’s Belt, and warping of the disk (Fig. 5), can lead to potential bias in determining the Sun’s distance from the Galactic plane.
Characteristics of the Galaxy according to Cepheids