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in due season

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • adv in due season at the appropriate time "we'll get to this question in due course"
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Quotations

  • Bhagavad Gita
    Bhagavad Gita
    “The non permanent appearance of happiness and distress, and their disappearance in due course, are like the appearance and disappearance of summer and winter seasons.”

Usage

In literature:

I have a reason which you will be the first to appreciate in due season.
"Stingaree" by E. W. (Ernest William) Hornung
The train came in due season, and stopped opposite the depot platform, where father and I were standing.
"The Story of a Common Soldier of Army Life in the Civil War, 1861-1865" by Leander Stillwell
In due season the bandits had gone over the road to Yuma.
"Crooked Trails and Straight" by William MacLeod Raine
The veterinarian, who looked after the health of cattle in that vicinity, appeared in due season.
"The Boy Ranchers in Camp" by Willard F. Baker
If while reading them you miss it, read yet once again; you will find it in due season if you "faint not" too early.
"Negro Folk Rhymes" by Thomas W. Talley
He lives by the fruits of the earth which ripen in due season.
"The Watchers of the Plains" by Ridgewell Cullum
What we call the Renaissance had not yet arrived; but their achievement rendered its appearance in due season certain.
"The Great Events by Famous Historians, Volume 07" by Various
Such messes as they do make in their cooking like me very ill, but I trow I shall be seasoned thereto in due time.
"Robin Tremayne" by Emily Sarah Holt
But God will give the wrong-doer his reward in due season.
"Hanover; Or The Persecution of the Lowly" by David Bryant Fulton
We left Pittsburg that evening, for Philadelphia, where we arrived in due season.
"My Life: or the Adventures of Geo. Thompson" by George Thompson
In due season the servants found that the Sheriff's new kitchen-hand was gone, and with him the gold plate.
"Robin Hood" by Paul Creswick
Be quiet before God, and give Him time and opportunity; in due season you will learn to pray.
"The Ministry of Intercession" by Andrew Murray
Treasurer the first quarterly payment on account of the $150 appropriated, and trust it will reach you in due season.
"The American Missionary -- Volume 38, No. 06, June, 1884" by Various
In due season their great bodies reel and fall, and the wolves and buzzards are fed.
"Two Arrows" by William O. Stoddard
No owls disturbed them this time, and the brood of young birds was brought off in due season.
"Under the Maples" by John Burroughs
How could she ever expect one to get up early and see that the twelve received their meat in due season?
"The Benefactress" by Elizabeth Beauchamp
All that fine flower-garden has been trampled down and even ruined by the Moros, as will be related in due season.
"The Philippine Islands, 1493-1898 - Volume 41 of 55, 1691-1700" by Various
He is ready, and willing, and glad to rise in due season; and his morning feelings are apt to last all day.
"Vegetable Diet: As Sanctioned by Medical Men, and by Experience in All Ages" by William Andrus Alcott
Tell him not to be "weary in well doing, for in due season" he "shall reap if" he "faint not.
"The Message and the Man:" by J. Dodd Jackson
Mr. McGowan arrived in due season under tow of the Elder.
"Captain Pott's Minister" by Francis L. Cooper
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In poetry:

Yet thee I name, first blown and farthest found,
Slim mespilus,— thee, rowan, sweet to view;
Cherry of spicy scent and bosom round,
With grape-like clusters graced in season due.
"The Rose Of The Wilderness (Gathered In Crossing A Portage On The River Winnipeg)" by George Jehoshaphat Mountain
And at thy due season the glory that dwelleth
In Zion shall rest on thy head that great day,
When moonlight as sunlight in radiance welleth
And sunlight shall glow with a sevenfold ray.
"Forget Thy Affliction" by Shlomo ibn Gabirol
May set in with a dust-storm, — Pagett went down with the sun.
All the delights of the season tickled him one by one.
Imprimis — ten day's "liver" — due to his drinking beer;
Later, a dose of fever —slight, but he called it severe.
"Pagett, M.P." by Rudyard Kipling

In news:

Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association is taking a "no team left behind" approach should a high school and its spring athletic teams be shut down in post-season play due to H1N1 virus, or "swine flu.
National Football League owners will continue to generate much of their revenue in 2011, even if next season's games are cancelled due to a labor dispute, according to a note Monday by rating agency Standard & Poor's.
Campbell played in two games this season and registered one start, but missed a game due to a suspension for violating team rules.
TIME FOR THE REAL THING—AC played their first girls game Friday night after delaying their season due to the school's regional title in volleyball.
Bay said he hopes a fresh start with the Mariners can put three seasons of struggles — mostly due to injuries — with the New York Mets in the past.
So here we are again with wide receiver Pierre Garcon, who's missed six games for the Washington Redskins this season due to a foot injury he suffered in the season opener.
For the third time in as many games this season, wide receiver Ted Ginn (ankle) and running back Brandon Jacobs (knee) will be inactive due to injuries they suffered in the preseason.
Bob Due shows a Kennebeck potato grown in a hoop tunnel greenhouse, which allows him to extend the growing season, that he built in March in Tazewell, Tenn.
We plowed in hope that we might reap in due season.
The outfielder, once considered one of the top prospects in baseball, has never played more than 90 games in any of his five professional seasons due to various injuries.
It's still early in the season and already there have been numerous tragedies due to rip currents.
A hotel representative says the Sahara hotel-casino is mothballing rooms in two of its towers for the winter season due to low demand.
As many of you are aware, the National Weather Service in Shreveport is predicting a very activate severe storm season this spring due to La Nina.
This season, on the other hand, the Spartans find themselves in the role of cellar dwellers due to the inexperience of the players in the program.
He played in only four games this season due to injuries, and finished with seven tackles .
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In science:

As shown across multiple observing seasons in Figures 2, 3, and 5, the shapes, depths, and timings of the primary and secondary eclipses change with time due to ˙ω .
Apsidal Motion of the Massive, Benchmark Eclipsing Binary V578 Mon
Apparently, even in the absence of the oscillatory terms, the rate of events changes due to the seasonal variation in L(t) and θ(t).
Proceedings of the first workshop on Flavor Symmetries and consequences in Accelerators and Cosmology (FLASY2011)
The nadir angle distribution for events in this range is also shown where the exposure function used for normalization also accounts for the expected 3% seasonal modulation due to the earth orbit eccentricity, which could otherwise introduce a fake day-night effect.
Low Energy Neutrino Measurements
Due to the Earth’s motion around the Sun, a seasonal modulation in the dark matter flux with a maximum in June and a minimum in December is expected .
Feasibility study of a Superheated Superconducting Granule detector for cold dark matter search
For example, if the energy scale were slightly mis-calibrated during the winter months, this miscalibration would affect the night data set more than the day data, since during the winter more night data is collected than day data due to the seasonal variation in the lengths of night and day.
Electron Energy Spectra, Fluxes, and Day-Night Asymmetries of $^{8}$B Solar Neutrinos from the 391-Day Salt Phase SNO Data Set
In addition to d ay and night live time corrections, the fluxes were corrected fo r seasonal variations in the neutrino rate due to the eccentricity of the Earth’s orbit.
Electron Energy Spectra, Fluxes, and Day-Night Asymmetries of $^{8}$B Solar Neutrinos from the 391-Day Salt Phase SNO Data Set
Due to temporal interpolation there is still some high frequency noise introduced by this procedure, but the gain in accuracy for the long-term seasonal signal is considerably, as fig. (??) exemplarily shows for the Moxa station.
A Solar System Test of Mach's Principle with Gravimetric Data
Due to the relatively good viewing conditions in Malarg¨ue during austral winter and fall, and poorer atmospheric clarity during the spring and summer, the shifts caused by the use of an average aerosol profile exhibit a strong seasonal dependence.
A Study of the Effect of Molecular and Aerosol Conditions in the Atmosphere on Air Fluorescence Measurements at the Pierre Auger Observatory
For example this would be the case when seasonal factors come into play as in the case of insect populations like mosquitoes which manifest highs and lows at different times of the year due to temperature dependent factors.
Oscillating Population Models
The importance of seasonally varying bias correction can be interpreted as being due to discrepancies between the seasonal cycles in the observations and the model.
Probabilistic temperature forecasting: a summary of our recent research results
The only discrepancy arises if the telluric line moves (either due to its own seasonal shifts or due to the orbital motion of the star) in the part of stellar line-pro file with a steep slope, or if the stre ngth of the line varies, e.g. in an eclipse of the star.
Disentangling telluric lines in stellar spectra
For example, in a supermarket the articles offered may have changed or shopping behavior may have changed due to seasonal changes.
New probabilistic interest measures for association rules
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