In literature:
We call them the lower orders, as come round to pick up jobs, and have no settlement in our village.
"Springhaven" by R. D. Blackmore
Settle your family questions and put your house in order; then invite me to call, and I'll do it.
"The Fighting Chance" by Robert W. Chambers
Colonel Winchester now called to them, and mounting their horses they gathered around him to await his orders.
"The Sword of Antietam" by Joseph A. Altsheler
The heralds were all called into council, and Garter himself deigned to regulate the order of proceedings.
"Endymion" by Benjamin Disraeli
You cannot, if I may say so, call me to order.
"Plays by Chekhov, Second Series On the High Road, The Proposal, The Wedding, The Bear, A Tragedian In Spite of Himself, The Anniversary, The Three Sisters, The Cherry Orchard" by Anton Chekhov
When it was sealed and addressed he called his orderly to take it to the officer to whose duty it fell to make up the courier for Germany.
"Barlasch of the Guard" by H. S. Merriman
When he had been told the state of affairs, Lucas called Blower, and ordered him to blow the giant back.
"Filipino Popular Tales" by Dean S. Fansler
Calvert had given orders that he was to be called at eight o'clock, and so a few minutes before that time a gentle knock came to the door.
"Charles O'Malley, The Irish Dragoon, Volume 1 (of 2)" by Charles Lever
He saved what he called the "richest" piece of the rock, in order to determine its value by the process called the "fire-assay.
"Roughing It, Part 3." by Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
The Eve of the Greeks was called Pandora, and Zeus created her out of wickedness, in order to torture men and master them.
"The Road to Damascus" by August Strindberg
In severe obedience to orders, therefore, he did not even now call.
"Weighed and Wanting" by George MacDonald
Did ever an unhappy soldier find himself called upon to make order among so motley a crew!
"Micah Clarke" by Arthur Conan Doyle
He then ordered the boatswain to call all hands aft, to the break of the quarter-deck.
"Ned Myers" by James Fenimore Cooper
The mate called a seaman, and passed aft himself to execute the order.
"Homeward Bound" by James Fenimore Cooper
It was fifteen minutes before Grace again called the meeting to order, and appointed four tellers, who distributed ballots.
"Grace Harlowe's Return to Overton Campus" by Jessie Graham Flower
She called Katie to her, and gave some house-orders, in which I thought I heard an allusion to breakfast, in connection with my name.
"Atlantic Monthly, Volume 10, Number 59, September, 1862" by Various
Then he called for his servants and ordered them to throw the coffin into the Nile.
"Ancient Man" by Hendrik Willem van Loon
Anybody can sell if the buyer means to call off the order by the next mail.
"John Wesley, Jr." by Dan B. Brummitt
Harry was at once ordered to march with his regiment to Tredah, now called Drogheda, a seaport about forty miles north of Dublin.
"Friends, though divided" by G. A. Henty
I'm sure we won't have to call out the British or American gunboats to preserve order in our midst.
"The Man From Brodney's" by George Barr McCutcheon
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In poetry:
And, so, he ordered in those stormy hours
His adamantine chains for one and all,
Brute "Force" and soulless "Strength" the only Power
On which he chose to call.
"Arms And The Man - The Oaks And The Tempest" by James Barron Hope
'Tis thus Education (so called in our schools)
With costly materials, and capital tools,
Sits down to her work, if you duly reward her,
And sends it home finished according to order.
"Accomplishment" by Jane Taylor
But all your ways are carefully ordered,
For you have never questioned duty.
We watch your everlasting combinations;
We call them Fate; we turn them to our pleasure,
And when they most delight us, call them beauty.
"Gravikty" by Harold Monro
But all your ways are carefully ordered,
For you have never questioned duty.
We watch your everlasting combinations;
We call them Fate; we turn them to our pleasure,
And when they most delight us, call them beauty.
"Gravity" by Harold Munro
Then Captain Land on his officers loudly did call,
And the cheery manliness of him inspired confidence in all;
Then he ordered the men to lower the boats without delay,
So the boats were launched on the stormy sea without dismay.
"The Burning of the Steamer 'City of Montreal'" by William Topaz McGonagall
Friendly to what the sensual call death,
Placing their lives below the dogs who love
Their fallen masters and are not condemned,
They came to life within a dying order;
Outside the sunshine of its civil world
The savage waited their appointed time.
"Kairos and Logos" by W H Auden
In news:
Governor John Kitzhaber has ordered lawmakers back to work early, calling a special session of the Oregon Legislature this Friday.
RNC Chairman Reince Priebus calls the first day of business at the party's national convention to order on Aug 27 in Tampa, Fla.
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But in an indication of government fears of a sudden security vacuum without the militias it relies on to keep order, officials called on protesters to respect "legitimate" militias .
Mike Carp is going on the DL with a hip issue, so the Mariners are going to have to call someone up from the minors in order to fill the gap.
Chairman Jim Turos called the meeting to order.
A Texas woman who said she was forced to remove a nipple ring with pliers in order to board an airplane called Thursday for an apology by federal security agents and a civil rights investigation.
Mayor Cramer called to order a regular Meeting of the Village Board at 7:00 PM.
While driving to Murfreesboro, Hoback learned that Acosta had called police, who issued a "be on the lookout" order .
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In science:
In order to study the behavior of this LST-string, as we will call it in this paper, at higher energies, we turn to the supergravity dual description of the theory and in particular the thermodynamics computed from this.
Open Branes in Space-Time Non-Commutative Little String Theory
We stress that the coeﬃcients ξ i in (5) depend on ξµ and their derivatives up to an algorithmically computable ﬁnite order r, which depends on the case considered, called the total order of the natural bund le.
The First Law of Isolated Horizons via Noether Theorem
In order to construct the reduced density matrix from the lowest eigenstates one needs to diagonalize the effective matrices H at each DMRG step, we used the so-called Arnoldi method which is known to be particularly stable for non-hermitian problems .
Reptation in the Rubinstein-Duke model: the influence of end-reptons dynamics
In order to compute these generating functions, we will deﬁne a linear transformation of formal power series, called the E–transform, which maps these power series to exponential generating functions of a new variable q, and converts the operation ⊙ to the usual multiplication.
Generating functions for moments of the quasi-nilpotent DT-operator
Moreover, in order to transform the poles in Gamov vectors it is necessary to introduce two subspaces of the Hilbert space H, which we will call φ± .
The cosmological origin of time-asymmetry
We have two functions, F and G, which are used to select some of the cards to create a second sequence, which we continue to call a “subsequence” even though the order of the cards may be changed.
Independence Properties of Algorithmically Random Sequences
In fact, it is possible to show that in order to have no correlations in the absence of multiple and self-connections, a scale-free network with degree distribution P (k) ∼ k−γ and size N must have a cut-off scaling at most as ks (N ) ∼ N 1/2 (the so-called structural cut-off ) .
Generation of uncorrelated random scale-free networks
Nonlinear effects due to periodic nature of limit-cycle oscillators are found to become signiﬁcant in the weak-coupling regime: So-called runaway oscil lators destroy the synchronized (ordered) phase and there emerges a fully random (disordered) phase.
Collective synchronization in spatially extended systems of coupled oscillators with random frequencies
In order to construct a particular basis for Sm(∆) it is necessary to introduce the so-called extended partition.
Cardinal B-spline dictionaries on a compact interval
Fortunately, it turns out that the intuition of the previous argument also holds for a different order parameter, a “weaker ” version of the backbo ne called the spine, introduced in in order to prove that random 2-SAT has a second-order phase transition.
Spines of Random Constraint Satisfaction Problems: Definition and Connection with Computational Complexity
In order to avoid generalized inverses, we frequently use what we call hereafter Douglas theorem, an extremely useful result due to R. G.
Bilateral Shorted Operators and Parallel Sums
When the isotopy class relative to a given periodic orbit is of ﬁnite order, the periodic orbit is called a ﬁnite order periodic orbit, and reducible and pA periodic orbits are deﬁned similarly.
Simple braids for surface homeomorphisms
In order to describe possible effects caused by violation of active Lorentz invariance and to classify them as effects of Planck-scale physics, strongly suppressed at attainable energy scales, the so-called Standard Model Extension has been proposed [1, 2, 3, 4].
Subgroups of the Group of Generalized Lorentz Transformations and Their Geometric Invariants
We will derive an upper bound on φI (µ) by doing a so-called ﬁrst-order annealed estimate (also referred to as a ﬁrst-order Morita approximation; see Orlandini et al ).
Localization transition for a copolymer in an emulsion
Indeed, in the phase diagram with parameters (J, D), there is believed to be a so-called ‘tri-critical point’, at which a line of phase transitions turns from ﬁrst- to second-order.
Random-cluster representation of the Blume-Capel model
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