A bit much - If something is excessive or annoying, it is a bit much.
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Bit between your teeth - If you take or have the bit between your teeth, you take or have control of a situation. (Bit = piece of metal in a horse's mouth)
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Bit part - If someone has a small or unimportant role in something, they have a bit part.
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Bit player - A bit player has a small or unimportant role in something.
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Bits and bobs - Bits and bobs are small, remnant articles and things- the same as 'odds and ends'.
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Champ at the bit - If someone is champing at the bit, they are very eager to accomplish something. ('Chomping at the bit' is also used.)
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Champing at the bit - To betray impatience, as to begin some action. "I'm champing at the bit to tell you" "Chomping at the bit" is also commonly used, though some regard it as an error.
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Chomping at the bit - If you are chomping at the bit, you are eager to start on a task immediately.
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Nip at the bit - If someone is nipping at the bit, they are anxious to get something done and don't want to wait.
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In literature:
Sitting there in the firelight, with her loving eyes following his movements, she told him, bit by bit, all the latest gossip of Dinwiddie.
"Virginia" by Ellen Glasgow
Bit by bit the glamour with which he had viewed the school was wearing off.
"The Hero of Garside School" by J. Harwood Panting
Easy, Macnab, don't force the horses up this steep bit.
"The Children of Wilton Chase" by Mrs. L. T. Meade
A second shot quickly followed and I thought the figure in the canoe lurched to one side a bit.
"A Virginia Scout" by Hugh Pendexter
Sit you down, Goodsoul, just for one little bit of minute.
"Reels and Spindles" by Evelyn Raymond
Bits of old embroidery harmonizing with the peacock shades were spread here and there.
"The Rough Road" by William John Locke
Another fiery scourge, wielded by the Hand Unseen, bit deep into his shrinking conscience, into his writhing soul.
"The Dop Doctor" by Clotilde Inez Mary Graves
The idiot says if he had a stout bit of whipcord, he could make it square.
"Somehow Good" by William de Morgan
One window was full of magazines and papers, and she read bits here and there.
"A Modern Cinderella" by Amanda M. Douglas
I have suddenly wakened up to the fact that Struthers is getting on a bit.
"The Prairie Child" by Arthur Stringer
He relaxed a bit and eyed the king of southern Italy and Sicily.
"The Saracen: Land of the Infidel" by Robert Shea
I always tell her, Mr. Maxwell, 'taint appropriate a bit.
"Hepsey Burke" by Frank Noyes Westcott
I have a bit of a saveloy in the cupboard to make a flavor for his tea.
"Good Luck" by L. T. Meade
He bounded a bit back, then a bit forward, then sprang across with a noble endeavour, and reached the opposite bank.
"Hollyhock" by L. T. Meade
She's old, poor soul, and she ain't well, and she's sometimes cross above a bit.
"Phoebe, Junior" by Mrs [Margaret] Oliphant
They've always got a bit to spare then.
"Harding's luck" by E. [Edith] Nesbit
I think perhaps I am, after all, a bit tired.
"The School Queens" by L. T. Meade
Bit by bit the band was losing the wisdom of the old and the promise of the young.
"Shaman" by Robert Shea
My hide would have been no use to you; and for myself, I'm quite content to wear it a bit longer.
"The Recipe for Diamonds" by Charles John Cutcliffe Wright Hyne
You'd better watch him a bit closely, boys!
"The Boy With the U. S. Life-Savers" by Francis Rolt-Wheeler
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In poetry:
Li'l bit er trouble,
Honey, fer terday;
Yander come Termorrer—
Shine it all away!
"A Song Of To-Morrow" by Frank Lebby Stanton
Your shoulder blades are twisted back,
My masterpieces!
Stick stars in your snatches and shake
Them to bits!
"My Little Lovelies" by Arthur Rimbaud
We need no crown or sceptre,
for now that it is spring,
just a little bit of garden—
and every man's a king!
"A Little Bit Of Garden" by William Henry Ogilvie
"Our governess is not in school,
So we may talk a bit;
Sit down upon this little stool,
Come, little Mary, sit:
"The End Of May" by Charles Lamb
Oh modern singers, ye who vote
Our times for song unfit,
Your Pegasus is smooth of coat
And patient of the bit;
"Six Studies In Exotic Forms Of Verse" by Emily Pfeiffer
The moral to this little bit
Is anything you make of it.
Such recondite philosophy
Is far away too much for me.
"Metaphysics" by Franklin Pierce Adams
In news:
But, with a little bit of curry and creamy coconut broth, I find that taking the time to eat my vegetables is just a little bit easier.
Kevin and Jennifer McCoy have won worldwide attention for installations such as "Scary Things" and "Special Things," which she describes as "a little bit disarming and a little bit goofy".
The worlds greatest actor may have had a bit to much to drink, and is now in a little bit of trouble.
Zac Brown Band fans know that the group's music is like Donny & Marie—a little bit country, a little bit rock 'n' roll.
Before my food bank experience, I knew that "to glean " was to acquire something by effort and usually bit by bit.
Bit by bit, the University of Pennsylvania is emerging from its redbrick rut.
"A grandmother is a little bit parent, a little bit teacher, and a little bit best friend".
When Trinh Duong goes to work these days, she does so with a bit more fear—and a bit more resolve—than usual.
Perhaps you've eaten a bit more than you intended, and feel the need for a bit of exercise.
Groff's dark, lyrical examination of life on a commune follows Bit, aka Little Bit, aka Ridley Sorrel Stone, born in the late '60s in a spot that will become Arcadia, a utopian community his parents help to form.
Bit by bit, Karsten Nohl is taking apart your phone.
That way, "applications who need it can enjoy the performance of the 64-bit mode, but with the memory requirements of a 32-bit ABI," as the kernel 's release notes explain.
"Bits about bits" help broadcasters find and manage their content.
More critically, he came across as condescending and even rude to his opponent, a bit of bad behavior especially evident because Obama may have overdone the fair- minded bit in many of his remarks and answers.
How many bits for 64 bits.
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In science:
Vernam cipher : It is proven secure but it can not produce more absolutely secure bits than the shared secret bits.
A simple unbreakable code
Data encryption standard and public key distribution system : These are widely used cryptosystems because they can produce more computational ly secure bits than the shared secret bits.
A simple unbreakable code
In the presented cipher system, always in the string of random bits, there are real and pseudo-bits (fake bits).
A simple unbreakable code
Real bits contain key material and pseudo-bits are to mislead eavesdropper.
A simple unbreakable code
Sender encodes the sequence of real bits on to the ﬁxed real bit positions and encodes the sequence of pseudobits on to the ﬁxed pseudo-bit positions.
A simple unbreakable code
Therefore, receiver can decode the real bits (the ﬁrst key) from real bit positions.
A simple unbreakable code
For the second encoded sequence, sender uses new sequence of real and pseudo-bits but the position of real and pseudo-bits are same.
A simple unbreakable code
In these encoding, bi are the real bits for i-th real string of bits.
A simple unbreakable code
In our system, for a particular encoded sequence of events (bits), if the probability of real events (prealbits ) becomes equal to the probability of pseudoevents (ppseudo−bits ) then eavesdropper has to guess.
A simple unbreakable code
Like read-once coupling from the past , this algorithm does not require storage of any random bits. (Another perfect sampling approach, that of Fill, Machida, Murdoch, and Rosenthal is also interruptible but not read-once, and so does requires storage of random bits).
The Randomness Recycler: A new technique for perfect sampling
Finally, in Section 8 it is shown that a simple perceptron can be trained to predict a sequence of bits entered by the reader, even if he/she tries to generate random bits.
Predicting and generating time series by neural networks: An investigation using statistical physics
Now a simple perceptron (1) with on–line learning (13) takes the last N bits and makes a prediction for the next bit.
Predicting and generating time series by neural networks: An investigation using statistical physics
Eq.(13) is a simple deterministic equation describing the change of weights according to the new bit and the past N bits.
Predicting and generating time series by neural networks: An investigation using statistical physics
To indicate the success of the measurement, an extra single-bit has to be sent to the receiver together with the two-bit information via a classical channel.
Optimal conclusive teleportation of a d-dimensional unknown state
These random bits are pulse-shaped by using bandlimited pulse (e.g. gaussian pulse), in a causal fashion (meaning waveform during any given bit is obtained by convolution of present and past bits with the causal pulse, but cannot have information about future bits!).
On Superluminal Propagation and Information Velocity
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