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give full measure


  • WordNet 3.6
    • v give full measure perform a task as well as possible "The cast gives full measure every night"
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In literature:

We will give Robert full measure to chew upon.
"Puck of Pook's Hill" by Rudyard Kipling
Can I refuse love and pity, when He freely gives them in full measure to you?
"Brought Home" by Hesba Stretton
This, to God's children, is full measure; It edifies and gives them pleasure.
"Adela Cathcart, Vol. 2" by George MacDonald
The cessation of Oxford and Cambridge does not give the full measure of the present occasion.
"What is Coming?" by H. G. Wells
Give me a blow, too, so the measure will be full.
"Armenian Literature" by Anonymous
If you hadn't the full measure of years to give, give what was left, even though it were but six months.
"Out To Win" by Coningsby Dawson
I'd give ten years full measure and running over to see exactly what would happen.
"One Man in His Time" by Ellen Glasgow
He could give her that in full measure.
"Black Oxen" by Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton
In truth it gives its full measure and reveals itself in the fulness of growth only among primitive peoples.
"Essay on the Creative Imagination" by Th. Ribot
God waits to give the Spirit in full measure.
"The Ministry of Intercession" by Andrew Murray
In 1892 a measure to give women the full Provincial Suffrage was defeated by 28 ayes, 11 noes.
"The History of Woman Suffrage, Volume IV" by Various
He gives full measure: but he cares nothing about purity of milk.
"The Evolution of the Country Community" by Warren H. Wilson
Already some of them have fallen, giving to the country the last full measure of devotion.
"The Day of Sir Wilfrid Laurier" by Oscar D. Skelton
But the only men who give what Lincoln called at Gettysburg "the last full measure of devotion" are the men who give themselves.
"Five Young Men" by Charles Reynolds Brown
He is rarely out of the picture, he is rarely still, and he gives full measure.
"Adventures and Enthusiasms" by E. V. Lucas
Surely, this was giving full measure, and it represents a year of very hard work, unless indeed it was partly done in California.
"The Life of Bret Harte" by Henry Childs Merwin
Who was there in the village to give to her one measure full of pearls?
"Tales of the Sun" by Mrs. Howard Kingscote
The soil had returned them in full measure what they had sown, and he pleaded that of this bounty they should give what they could spare.
"Harding of Allenwood" by Harold Bindloss
Give to all the potent factors a full measure of the award.
"The Army Mule and Other War Sketches" by Henry A. Castle
I'm agoin' ter pay back prompt, and I'll give 'em full measure ef I can work it.
"Indian and Scout" by F. S. Brereton

In poetry:

Bold was the plan! and generous Light Horse Lee
Gives it full measure of unstinted praise;
But PROVIDENCE declared this should not be
In its own wondrous ways.
"Arms And The Man - The Beginning Of The End" by James Barron Hope
The last am I,—the black and small,
And fain would be right merry withal.
I like to eat and to drink full measure,
I eat and drink, and give thanks with pleasure.
"Epiphanias" by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
“Signed—though thy dreams did the more but endear thee.
It seemed of the breeze, or a sigh of thine own,
When I swept o’er this lyre, still unseen gliding near thee,
To give thy emotions full measure and tone.
"The Dream" by Charles Harpur

In science:

Note that by not requiring full reliability, we take into account also the possibility that the measuring instrument gives the wrong results, though pretending that such mistakes occur quite seldom.
A General Argument Against the Universal Validity of the Superposition Principle
Here, the components gαβ are the full space-time components of g, and the estimate (5.6) gives bounds on both spatial and time derivatives of g, up to order 2, in Lp, where Lp is measured on spatial slices of Cro .
Cheeger-Gromov Theory and Applications to General Relativity
Although several other measures were constructed, it turns out that the uniform measure still stands as the only known measure that gives rise to a representation of the full kinematical algebra of holonomies and flux variables.
On the structure of the space of generalized connections
In general however difficulties arise in finding an explicit parametrization of the group elements which give a simple expression for the invariant measure and also permit a full determination of the range of parameters.
A simple parametrization for G2
Without presenting the precise formulation, it is clear that a consistent sequence π (k) of probability measures on G (k) gives full insight to the limiting structure of the tree as seen from a random vertex, see Remark after Theorem 2.
Random Trees and General Branching Processes
By construction, µ(int S ′i ) = µ(S ′i ) ( where intA denotes the interior of A) and the sequence (int S ′i ) i gives a disjoint family of open sets whose union has full measure.
Simple Random Walk on Long Range Percolation Clusters II: Scaling Limits
In a forthcoming paper, we will give a full description of the Gibbs measure in the thermodynamic limit in terms of the Ruelle cascades.
A quenched large deviation principle and a Parisi formula for a Perceptron version of the GREM
As there are only a countable number of computer programs, this gives us only a countable set; the complement is still an uncountable set of full measure.
Maybe there's no such thing as a random sequence
In the appendix A we give a detailed presentation of the perturbed Gaussian measures for random tensors, both in perturbations (subsection A.1) for the generic case and at full non perturbative level (subsection A.2) for a particular example.
Universality for Random Tensors
In general Ft ⊂ Wt and the inclusion in strict, since by knowing the weights one can construct the measure, but knowing the measure does not generally give full information on the weights.
Diffusions of Multiplicative Cascades
Hence, the Borel-Cantelli Lemma gives a set Ωx of full measure such that each ω ∈ Ωx is contained in only finitely many Ay, y ∈ Zd .
Uniform existence of the integrated density of states for randomly weighted Hamiltonians on long-range percolation graphs
Hence Theorem 3.7 gives a set Ω′ of full measure such that for each ω ∈ Ω′ the operator ˜H (ω) is essentially selfadjoint.
Uniform existence of the integrated density of states for randomly weighted Hamiltonians on long-range percolation graphs
The symmetric correlation matrix gives a measure of the correlation between each pair of free parameter through a coefficient with numerical limits ± 1 (full correlation) and 0 (no correlation).
Reply to "Commentary on "Total Hadronic Cross Section Data and the Froissart-Martin Bound", by Fagundes, Menon and Silva"
Table 2 gives the measurements of the equivalent width (EW) of the Hα line for each observing run together with the values of full width at half maximum (FWHM).
Recent RXTE/ASM and ROTSEIIId Observations of EXO 2030+375
We remark that the measure mC, α is a Gibbs measure with full topological support, thus it gives weight to B.
Large deviation for return times in open sets for axiom A diffeomorphisms