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Turning-saw

Definitions

  • Using a Turning Saw
    Using a Turning Saw
  • Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • Turning-saw a thin-bladed saw contrived for cutting curved wood for chair-backs, &c.—also Sweep-saw, Frame-saw, Scroll-saw
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Etymology

Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
A.S. tyrnan; Ger. turnen; Fr. tourner; all from L. tornāre, to turn in a lathe—tornus, a turner's wheel—Gr. tornos.

Usage

In literature:

A sharp turn in it and he saw a natural hollow, with steep walls of rock on either side, right before him.
"Young Wild West at "Forbidden Pass"" by An Old Scout
It turned, saw me, came leaping and bent over me.
"Wandl the Invader" by Raymond King Cummings
Turning, he saw her glance.
"Tristram of Blent" by Anthony Hope
We were about, therefore, to turn back, when we saw several figures moving at a little distance.
"On the Banks of the Amazon" by W.H.G. Kingston
Before us appeared the brig, and turning round our heads, we saw at almost an equal distance a couple of canoes.
"In the Eastern Seas" by W.H.G. Kingston
He saw several of them at a distance; but, by turning down one lane and running up another, he avoided them.
"The Golden Grasshopper" by W.H.G. Kingston
Suddenly, as I turned my head to the left, I saw what appeared to be a dark cloud rising from the earth.
"Manco, the Peruvian Chief" by W.H.G. Kingston
Suddenly I saw little Harry turn pale.
"Hurricane Hurry" by W.H.G. Kingston
I saw Mr Merton turning his eyes with a steady gaze away to the south-east.
"Will Weatherhelm" by W.H.G. Kingston
Before we turned, we knew that there was a stranger on "Lorelei," but we were surprised when we saw what sort of stranger he was.
"The Chauffeur and the Chaperon" by C. N. Williamson
When they turned around and viewed the sea below them, and saw the ships at anchor, they were delirious with joy.
"The Wonder Island Boys: Adventures on Strange Islands" by Roger Thompson Finlay
He turned and saw a woman who was still young.
"Which?" by Ernest Daudet
I turned on the light, but the moment I saw his face I turned it off.
"We Three" by Gouverneur Morris
Brennan stopped and, turning, saw the hand extended toward him.
"Spring Street" by James H. Richardson
Twice when he saw people coming, he turned aside and hid himself behind a hedge until the men had passed.
"The Rival Crusoes" by W.H.G. Kingston
The hunter, as he turned, saw this, and halting in his tracks, stood straining and silent.
"The Scalp Hunters" by Mayne Reid
They turned very sour at once when they saw me.
"Chance" by Joseph Conrad
Bill turned and saw the Indian close behind.
"Polly and Eleanor" by Lillian Elizabeth Roy
When Stonor saw that his turn was approaching to be introduced, he was seized outright with panic.
"The Woman from Outside" by Hulbert Footner
He saw her eyes fill, and turned his head away.
"Masters of the Wheat-Lands" by Harold Bindloss
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In poetry:

The first fear turned to hating
As I saw him dumbly waiting,
For it was my true likeness that he wore
And would wear evermore:--
"Justification" by John Freeman
And May with her world in flower
Seemed still to murmur and smile
As you murmured and smiled for an hour;
I saw you turn at the stile.
"An Interlude" by Algernon Charles Swinburne
But when, with a burst of delight.
His father he saw in a tree,
He lost all his sense of affright,
And his terror was turn'd into glee.
"The Lion" by William Hayley
"Good night," I said, and turned away;
She held me with her subtle smile.
I saw her red lips whisper "stay,"
And so I lingered yet awhile.
"Long Ago" by Ella Wheeler Wilcox
Old men at night dreamed that they saw him going,
And looked, and dared not look, lest he should turn.
And young men felt the air beating on their bodies,
And the young women woke from dreams that burn.
"The Unloosening" by John Freeman
She twined one so large, of discordant hue:
"My bride's-wreath true!"
She twined it and twined, till her fingers were sore:
"Crown me, I implore!"
But when she turned, he was not there, she never saw him more.
"Venevil" by Bjornstjerne Bjornson

In news:

So when her youngest daughter Calista turned two, Pate saw an opportunity to run her own business and spend more time with her family.
Everyone who turned to see who sneezed saw it.
John Elway saw the wheels turning.
When I lived there, I saw a single story "adobe architecture" shopping center turned into a beautiful multi-use area called Santana Row.
Observing the artist's pop art technique of beginning with a photograph and turning it into a painting, the dirt-poor Davo saw the chance to combine both of his interests and actually produce something that would sell.
If you saw how it is made, you would be turned off from it forever.
I saw the shooter turn toward Mr Hall and he ran out.
At the turn of the 20th century, the region now encompassed by Zion National Park saw few visitors.
Believing someone had stepped on the back of his shoe, T.J. Fatinikun turned around but saw no one near him.
Shortly after turning 53, Judy Shaw looked in the mirror and saw a mother and wife who cared so deeply for others but, like so many caretakers, she'd neglected herself and it was starting to show in the way she carried herself.
As she turned she saw her sister Kimberly Smith of Mohnton, a registered nurse at Reading Hospital, arrive.
I immediately turned around to see what he was holding, assuming the worst, and saw him clutching a t-shirt of mine.
I saw it yesterday for the first time and have now seen it everywhere I turn on the Internet.
None too pleased would be how Nick Bergus felt when he saw Amazon.com turn his Facebook post into a 'sponsored story' (an ad basically).
I never saw him turn down a request for an autograph or the opportunity to pose for a photograph with an adoring fan and there were many of both during that week in France.
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In science:

As we saw, it only depends on the finite sets E and S, so we turn now to understanding them.
Finite covers of random 3-manifolds
It turns out that adding a drift to the random walk (which we saw causes the associated RWRS to become weak Bernoulli) results in it being a finitary factor of an i.i.d. process.
Random walk in random scenery: A survey of some recent results
Non-interconnected obstacles are more homogeneous than SAW chains, which in turn are more homogeneous than RW chains.
Modelling diffusional transport in the interphase cell nucleus
As we saw before, this can be accomplished by turning on 3-form flux G3 with support at infinity in the local Calabi-Yau.
Topological Strings and Quantum Curves
Towards this end we introduce a function that records the turning angle of a SAW. A SAW γ departs from its starting-midpoint a in one of two possible directions, and its direction changes by ±π/3 at each vertex.
Three theorems in discrete random geometry
This basic idea is that the conditional probability P (xi |xR ) is equal to some conditional probability on a SAW tree, which in turn is viewed as some unconditional probability on the same tree with induced external fields.
Learning Graph Structure in Discrete Markov Random Fields
For instance, by adding M2102102, the triplets mass matrix ˆmT turns out to be of a see-saw form (exactly as in the case of the MDM but with the 45 instead of the 75 of SU (5), see eq. (3.12)).
The problem of neutrino masses in extensions of the Standard Model
Using that det((Ej (S I ))) ≈ [det((∂X a/∂ uI ))]2 det(E a j ) as the surfaces shrink to a point v as we saw above, the signum of det(E ) is the signum of the determinant of the fluxes which in turn gives the operator ˆQv which is related to ˆVv by ˆVv = q| ˆQv |.
Consistency Check on Volume and Triad Operator Quantisation in Loop Quantum Gravity II
We saw that after compactification on a suitable Calabi Yau space with NS-NS and R-R fluxes turned on, al l compex structure moduli are fixed.
Primordial Fluctuations in String Cosmology
Not long after it was turned on, the EGRET gamma-ray detector on GRO saw a huge flare from a position on the sky consistent with that of the blazar 3C 279.
Workshop Summary for Cracow 1997: Relativistic Jets in AGNs
Turning to the important peak in the Outer Galaxy at R ∼ 10 kpc ( 10.5 kpc for the saw-like curve in Figure 6 and ∼9 kpc for the full line fit in the same Figure ) it is to be identified with the next spiral arm outwards.
The Anisotropy of Galactic Cosmic Rays as a Product of Stochastic Supernova Explosions
The fitting requires them to be quite large, and since the Type I see-saw mass is proportional to the inverse Yukawa matrix, again it turns out too small.
Grand Unification with and without Supersymmetry
But now it is easy to see that, as µ → 0, the first and second terms in (49) turn into the corresponding terms in (64) while we saw in (61) that the real part 4 .
Exact & Numerical Tests of Generalised Root Identities for non-integer \mu
And as we saw earlier, in 1885 for a short time he thought he had discovered his own nova in Orion, but which turned out to be a Long Period Variable.
John Ellard Gore: of immensity and minuteness
We saw that the assumptions of Theorem 0.1 imply the first three assumptions of Theorem 0.2 and all assumptions of Theorem 0.3, but they, in their turn, imply the fourth assumption of Theorem 0.2.
Bellman functions and two weight inequalities for Haar multipliers
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