In that hut the workers aimed constantly at getting into personal touch with the men.
"A Padre in France" by George A. Birmingham
Jessie could not get in touch with the lecture.
"The Campfire Girls of Roselawn" by Margaret Penrose
He must get in touch with Molly immediately.
"Rose O'Paradise" by Grace Miller White
But I knew it would be no easy matter to get in touch with her.
"The Prairie Child" by Arthur Stringer
He'll likely try to get in touch with that Brandon outfit.
"Rimrock Trail" by J. Allan Dunn
The boy found it impossible to get his foot in the stirrup; as soon as he touched the metal, the mare jumped back.
"In the Musgrave Ranges" by Jim Bushman
Get in touch with him at once and stay with him until you have the story.
"Astounding Stories of Super-Science September 1930" by Various
As I couldn't get in touch with you, I followed it myself.
"The Great Drought" by Sterner St. Paul Meek
We must get in touch with him.
"The End of Time" by Wallace West
The Zeppelin maneuvered again and again in order to get in touch with the wasp-like enemies that constantly darted out of reach.
"The Boy Scouts on Belgian Battlefields" by Lieut. Howard Payson
Should there be any need, even the slightest, get in touch with me.
"At the Crossroads" by Harriet T. Comstock
She must get in touch with him at once.
"Carmen Ariza" by Charles Francis Stocking
Never having seen Hans behave in such a queer way before, I touched him on the shoulder, and said: 'Get up!
"Byways of Ghost-Land" by Elliott O'Donnell
Norvallis was apparently satisfied with a statement that Copley is temporarily absent and that we are trying to get in touch with him.
"The Monk of Hambleton" by Armstrong Livingston
While waiting for the next move on the part of the Princess, therefore, I decided to get in touch with the revolutionists.
"The International Spy" by Allen Upward
We want to get in touch with them.
"Astounding Stories, May, 1931" by Various
Get in touch with them immediately and tell them to get into native costume and into hiding.
"Border, Breed Nor Birth" by Dallas McCord Reynolds
As soon as the ball gets past them, it's in touch, and out of play.
"Tom Brown's School Days" by Thomas Hughes
The American official had promised to get in touch with them if Bradley turned up.
"The Caves of Fear" by John Blaine
Then Nast is to get in touch with No Palate.
"The Golden Skull" by John Blaine
Wilson waiting on new staffs to get in touch.
Get in touch with Deuce .
FARMINGTON – City staffers are giving local kids plenty of chances to get in touch with Santa Claus.
He routinely gets to balls in the hot corner than others can't touch.
Being the last of the 10 anglers to get weighed brought about a touch of drama to a fantastic finish in the FLW Walleye Tour Bays de Noc Tournament.
MANCHESTER, England — Alicia Keys has been getting in touch with her spiritual side, headlining "MTV Crashes Manchester" in the city's cathedral.
Officials at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory knew they were going to get a huge spike in online traffic when the Mars Curiosity rover touched down on the Red Planet Aug 5.
Get in touch with your elected lawmakers.
Wilson waiting on new staffs to get in touch .
Get in touch with your inner ghoul.
Get The Gop Back In Touch .
Last week, a swingers' club in New York City got in touch with me —no, not to invite me to join, but to get an advance peek at footage they took of Lisa Ling taping one of their parties.
When device disasters strike and warranties turn their backs on you, it's time to get in touch with your inner MacGyver.
Possible tornado touches down in Edgewater, Fla. Family gets new home for holidays after eviction.
Michael Sandler, author of Barefoot Running: How to Run Light and Free by Getting in Touch with the Earth, will share tips on transitioning to barefoot running.
In the course of our discussion we touch brieﬂy on a few topics that are perhaps not indispensable for getting at our main results, but that we included here since they involve little extra effort, can be illuminating to put things in perspective, and have an interest on their own.
Compactifications defined by arrangements I: the ball quotient case
To get a triangulation from T (0, N ; m, 3) take a triangulation from T (0, N + 1; m) and choose one of N triangles so that it did not touch the boundary, this can be done in N − O(m) ways.
Gibbs and Quantum Discrete Spaces
To facilitate the proof, we ﬁrst get rid of short cycles (of length O((1/c) log n)) in the underlying undirected graph G of D — they typically touch very few vertices.
Longest cycles in sparse random digraphs
In this case, the basic problem is to understand how these Platonic entities, which do not have spatial or temporal characteristics, can get in touch with our physical world, which is deﬁned by spatio-temporal extension.
Quantum Formalism: Brief Epistemological Considerations
Then, in a similar manner to example 1 we can add a sequence of spikes not touching each other, getting smal ler and smal ler and converging to a “zero-spike” at x′ (see ﬁgure 4).
Optimal Transport and Tessellation