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dealt out


  • WordNet 3.6
    • adj dealt out given out in portions
    • ***


  • Bible
    “Give, and it shall be given to you. For whatever measure you deal out to others, it will be dealt to you in return.”


In literature:

That was where the booze was dealt out last night, you remember.
"In the Shadow of the Hills" by George C. Shedd
The cards are dealt out to him, and he must take them as they come.
"Flowers of Freethought" by George W. Foote
With a mere nod to the man who had unwittingly dealt him this final blow, Peter walked out into the night.
"The Come Back" by Carolyn Wells
They were dealt out plenty of cruel suffering.
"Slave Narratives: a Folk History of Slavery in the United States From Interviews with Former Slaves." by Work Projects Administration
Joel Jackman struck the first offering dealt out to him, and got away with it in the bargain.
"Jack Winters' Baseball Team" by Mark Overton
But all these horrors fell short of those which her tyrant, the Penitentiary, dealt out to her himself.
"La Sorcière: The Witch of the Middle Ages" by Jules Michelet
His spirits rose with the price of meal, and every handful dealt out to the beggar was paid like a tax.
"Recreations of Christopher North, Volume I (of 2)" by John Wilson
Destruction and death were dealt out unsparingly to the enemy.
"Uncle Daniel's Story Of "Tom" Anderson And Twenty Great Battles" by John McElroy
Once the wolf was out of the way, the boy could be dealt with as the tribe should decide.
"Dusty Star" by Olaf Baker
The doom dealt out to the witch who slew was equally allotted to the witch who saved.
"Witch Stories" by E. Lynn (Elizabeth Lynn) Linton
Life had dealt too favoringly and too uneventfully with them to find out what stuff was really in them.
"Fidelity" by Susan Glaspell
In mid-1973 eleven ministries out of a total of twenty-two dealt exclusively with economic matters.
"Area Handbook for Bulgaria" by Eugene K. Keefe, Violeta D. Baluyut, William Giloane, Anne K. Long, James M. Moore, and Neda A. Walpole
Fate dealt hardly with us both; but at any time, I could have held out my hand to him, and said, you do me wrong.
"The Sapphire Cross" by George Manville Fenn
They say Gabriel is sure to be dealt with; I'm told there is no other way out of it.
"Gabriel Tolliver" by Joel Chandler Harris
A thief's portion dealt out to him!
"The Unknown Sea" by Clemence Housman
In Plymouth women were whipped at the cart-tail, and the towns resounded with the blows dealt out to Quakers.
"Curious Punishments of Bygone Days" by Alice Morse Earle
Some stores had been opened by a number of people, and the coffee and sugar carried into the market and dealt out by pounds.
"Familiar Letters of John Adams and His Wife Abigail Adams During the Revolution" by John Adams
Starvation would inevitably ensue unless the supply was dealt out with great care.
"The Complete Story of the Galveston Horror" by Various
I've dealt with a few thieves and smugglers in years past, and I just may decide to mete out some more long-overdue justice here and now.
"Caribbee" by Thomas Hoover
And do you know what is dealt out to traitors?
"The Iron Trevet or Jocelyn the Champion" by Eugène Sue

In poetry:

As once the apostolic twelve
Of goods allotment made,
So equity dealt out with care
The widow's and the orphan's share,
And of the aged forced to delve
At drudging task or trade.
"Christmas At Church" by Hattie Howard
Thanks, then, dear friend, for this, and with them take
My earnest wishes that this life may be
Dealt out to thy sweet one, even for thy sake,
Soft as its little silky lock with me.
"Baby's Hair" by Alexander Anderson
Then Love cried, "Break me his lance, each knight!
Ye shall fight for blood-athirst Fame no more!"
And the knights all doffed their mailed might
And dealt out dole on dole to the poor.
"The Tournament" by Sidney Lanier

In news:

Few people filled out Indian Wells brackets earlier this month, but those who did dealt with the same stumbling blocks as the millions who tried to crack the NCAA men's basketball tournament's code: early-round upsets.
A $40 million plan to take traffic out of the heart of Balboa Park has been dealt a legal setback.
In February Laban dealt the faded Le Bec a heartbreaking two-bell write up, calling out poor service and a fly in the cheese cart.
For several years they have dealt with millions of ants branching out of an empty lot destroying their gardens.
In Management Shuffle, Yahoo CFO Dealt Out .
Hard-hitting Cincinnati Reds first baseman Joey Votto was dealt his own blow Monday when he found out he would need to miss three to four weeks to address a torn meniscus in his left knee.
When a ship repair company New York City officials hoped would help revitalize the Brooklyn Navy Yard pulled out of negotiations last week, it dealt a serious blow to plans to continue the yard's tradition as a major ship repair center.
Courtesty of Sky Blue FC Sky Blue FC coach Pauliina Miettinen is a no-nonsense leader team ownership feels will get the best out of the players without the constant negative interaction they dealt with a year ago.
SEGUIN — Drivers on Texas' new 85-mph toll road are finding out about an obstacle local drivers have dealt with for years: hogs.
The recession has dealt retailers a double whammy: Sales are down for many chains, as consumers are reluctant to part with their cash, but merchandise is still going out of too many store doors without passing through the point of sale.
Sarasota Sheriff's detectives say Rami Ibsais and his brother Saed Ebsais dealt stolen property out of their convenience store.
The Doyle Report of July 15 published in The Chronicle dealt with "the ins and outs of contracting services.".
Never have I read such candid answers dealt out with such warm compassion.
Drivers on Texas' new 85-mph toll road are finding out about an obstacle local drivers have dealt with for years: hogs.
Although New York and New Jersey were dealt a striking blow thanks to "Frankenstorm" Sandy, one of the best ways to entertain yourself while the power's out and to find solace in this horrible natural disaster is through the use of music.

In science:

Since the outflows we have dealt with in this paper are not very hot at their outset (105 − 106 K), also their ionization degree should allow detection in the UV or in X-rays, as in ordinary AGNs.
Feedback Heating with Slow Jets in Cooling Flow Clusters
In this paper we have only dealt with Wishart matrices, however there is a parallel program one can carry out for Gaussian matrices.
Orthogonal Polynomials and Fluctuations of Random Matrices
The full extension of the spikes is dealt with by specialized code that scans the image row-by-row and then column-by-column and traces out line segments.
Rates and Progenitors of Type Ia Supernovae
So far we have dealt exclusively with one out of three auxiliary topologies needed in the reduction of the three-loop quark form factor.
Methods for the Reduction of Three-Loop QCD Form Factors
The main aims of the present paper are on one hand that of extending to the n-term case the diagrammatic calculus of syllogisms introduced in, where we dealt with the basic 3-term case and on the other hand that of single out a suitable category theoretic framework for the calculus itself.
A diagrammatic calculus of n-term syllogisms
It turns out that the log in A(τ, k, s) can be dealt with in a similar manner.
A Fast Mean-Reverting Correction to Heston's Stochastic Volatility Model
In the conclusions there is a review of the results and I will point out a general insight about the statical mechanics of models on heterogenous random graphs, supported by specific examples took out from the cases we dealt with.
Phase transitions on heterogeneous random graphs: some case studies
Thermal and structural stresses can be presumably ruled out, since they would have been already considered in the design and the testing phases of the missions, but not mechanisms that would be ordinarily absent or too small to be routinely dealt with on earth.
The correct analysis and explanation of the Pioneer-Galileo anomalies
How the variance and mean of the captured model can be used in play out time estimation has already been partly dealt with in .
Modelling Delay Jitter in Voice over IP
When d = 3, it turns out that the only values of µ satisfying the hypotheses have µ ≤ 6(n − 1), and so were already dealt with.
Computing multi-point Seshadri constants on P2
However, due to the present lack of graph changing and even spatially diffeomorphism invariant coherent states, a verification of the correct semiclassical limit of the graph changing cM is currently out of reach. 35Modulo some subtleties which can be found in and that can be dealt with.
Loop Quantum Gravity: An Inside View
Finally, it is important to point out that axiomatization of OST has been dealt with, in a lot more rigorous way, in and .
Causal set as a discretized phase spacetime
We point out that such formulas are sub ject to a number of ambiguities in the treatment of subleading terms in the soft limit, and discuss how these are dealt with in the literature.
Top-quark production and QCD
In fact, dealing with this mid-level interference turns out to be particularly important in multi-user networks; while weak and strong interference are easily dealt with, even rare occurrences of mid-level interference can severely restrict the performance of such a network.
Interference Mitigation in Large Random Wireless Networks
Later it was pointed out that this case was, essentially, already dealt with in .
An upper bound for permanents of nonnegative matrices