branch out


  • WordNet 3.6
    • v branch out vary in order to spread risk or to expand "The company diversified"
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In literature:

As they cracked out upon the trail a covey of grouse whirred up into the low branches of spruce-trees.
"The Mysterious Rider" by Zane Grey
But his jacket caught in a branch; he had his knife out and cut off the shred of cloth.
"After London" by Richard Jefferies
We will clear them out, root and branch.
"For The Admiral" by W.J. Marx
She sent out her boughs into the sea, and her branches into the river.
"English Grammar in Familiar Lectures" by Samuel Kirkham
He picked out a branch which had not yet caught.
"Atlantida" by Pierre Benoit
Of course, one could cut the branches out of tin and paint 'em green with red spots, and stick them into a twig for the trunk.
"The Little City Of Hope" by F. Marion Crawford
On the strength of this addition to their pecuniary resources, Selma branched out into sundry mild extravagances.
"Unleavened Bread" by Robert Grant
Peter was so restless and vital that he was always branching out in a new direction.
"Twelve Men" by Theodore Dreiser
The olive branch had been held out by the Skandinavia.
"The Man in the Twilight" by Ridgwell Cullum
Their vocabulary is small because they have not yet branched out into the infinite varieties of manufacture and invention.
"Life in a Thousand Worlds" by William Shuler Harris
Left to itself it would put out a chaos of innumerable branches.
"The Whence and the Whither of Man" by John Mason Tyler
For the time being, however, we must consider ourselves at Amsterdam, branching out north or south, east or west, every morning.
"A Wanderer in Holland" by E. V. Lucas
Up the tree after him they scrambled, and he crept as far out as he could get on one of the branches.
"Mother West Wind 'Why' Stories" by Thornton W. Burgess
The tree which yields the former kind of gum is very considerable in size, and grows to a great height before it puts out any branches.
"The Voyage Of Governor Phillip To Botany Bay" by Arthur Phillip
She reached out her sly hand for mine and drew it under cover of the sumach branch.
"Lazarre" by Mary Hartwell Catherwood
The supports are only thrown out towards the base of the principal branches, not as in the banian at indefinite distances.
"Journals of Travels in Assam, Burma, Bhootan, Afghanistan and TheNeighbouring Countries" by William Griffith
In the fourth year a quantity of the old and hard wood ought to be removed, to induce the plants to throw out more branches.
"The Commercial Products of the Vegetable Kingdom" by P. L. Simmonds
As the work progressed, it branched out on a much larger scale, embracing civilian, military and child-welfare activities.
"Out To Win" by Coningsby Dawson
After losing his way more than once, he discovered at last a short street branching out of a narrow but populous thoroughfare.
"The Lighted Way" by E. Phillips Oppenheim
Form and size: A low-spreading tree with branches arching out at various angles, forming a flattened head with a fine, slender spray.
"Studies of Trees" by Jacob Joshua Levison

In poetry:

Among her branches, in and out,
The city breezes play;
The dun fog wraps her round about;
Above, the smoke curls grey.
"A London Plane-Tree" by Amy Levy
How can we break out of the net,
Be free of all this sound and dust,
Swinging a thorn-branch, find the way
Back to Peach Blossom Spring?
"Words spoken to P’ei Ti" by Wang Wei
When the blasts are shivering about,
And the rain thy branches beats,
When the damps of death are out,
And the mourners are in the streets.
"To My Mother Earth" by George MacDonald
Before the wonder-working image
Thou stand'st as heaven's defence divine,
O branch from out that holy country,
The sanctuary's shield and sign!
"The Palm Branch Of Palestine" by Mikhail Yuryevich Lermontov
The tree has entered my hands,
The sap has ascended my arms,
The tree has grown in my breast -
The branches grow out of me, like arms.
"A Girl" by Ezra Pound
As out of the dark the stars,
Broke forth the heavenly bars
Of passion strong,
The wild bird’s song,
Borne, wave on wave,
From a branch above a grave.
"At A Grave" by John Vance Cheney

In news:

Believe it or not, Pizza Hut 's Canadian branch just rolled out a brand new Pizza Hut -scented perfume.
They took off from branches, sallied out into the open air, captured tiny flying insects in mid-air, and returned to perch in the same tree.
Use thinning cuts to remove branches at their origin (where they sprout out of the trunk or another branch).
One of the leading A/V switching vendors in the installed high-end electronics world, Key Digital, is branching out into home automation.
The public library branches out with new ways to bring bodies to the stacks.
Although local favorites Deep Rooted have seemed quiet of late, it's only because they've been busy branching out individually.
Check out Sparks Lake's less-visited north branch.
The oyster scientist stepped out of the boat into the western branch of the Elizabeth River, seeming to defy nature and stand on the water itself.
New Branch of Treetop Hotel Market Puts More Tourists Out on a Limb .
The media exec details why she branched out and why women need to network like men.
Just in case you haven't had enough election coverage, check out Kenny Mayne 's report on the campaign between Zoltan Mesko and Deion Branch to decide who gets to select the locker room music for the Patriots.
There have been 50 meals shared through the site and Savsani aims to branch out to Sao Paulo, Mumbai, and New York City.
Police are investigating a pair of seemingly unrelated robberies carried out Friday at two Placentia bank branches.
She was perhaps the most successful female singer in grupero, a male-dominated Mexico regional style, and had branched out into acting and reality television.
One of the 13 coal mines singled out by inspectors was once owned by Massey Energy, the company that owned the Upper Big Branch mine , the scene of a deadly 2010 explosion.

In science:

One calculates the distribution of hadrons at freeze-out and applies the relevant decay kinematics and branching ratios to get the spectra of decay photons and leptons.
Hydrodynamic Models for Heavy Ion Collisions
This whole framework is potentially a very interesting result, once discriminants are closely related and contain information about ramifications (“branching out” or “branches coming together”) in Number Theory.
From Symmetry Breaking to Topology Change I
The rarity of CBSs among the hot horizontal branch stars of NGC 6752 (Moni Bidin et al. 2006) and the out-of-period 47 Tuc data from Albrow (2001) make us feel young (and binary deficient) again.
Astrophysics in 2006
On the other hand, the ‘l’ DM branch in the second bandgap does bifurcate out along this route.
Two-dimensional defect modes in optically induced photonic lattices
For the 2D problem (5.1), using the relation (5.3), we can readily see that when DMs bifurcate out from edges of the continuous spectrum (see the ‘a, b, d’ branches for instance), the distance between DM eigenvalues and the continuum edges also depends on ǫ quadratically.
Two-dimensional defect modes in optically induced photonic lattices
The two families appear quite similar, initially following the AORC curve then branching out or capping at a point depending on the parameter.
Adaptive FDR control under independence and dependence
We like to point out that this procedure of comparing ratios and double ratios of branching ratios should be very useful in distinguishing these two models once enough LFV processes have been measured in low energy experiments.
Lepton Flavor Violation in the LHT - A Clear Distinction from Supersymmetry
Definition 3.4 [N91, RS05] An Algebraic Branching Program (ABP) is a directed acyclic graph with one vertex of in-degree zero, called the source, and a vertex of out-degree zero, called the sink.
New results on Noncommutative and Commutative Polynomial Identity Testing
W W +W − q ′ → j j ℓ± ℓ± q ′ topology When the decay branching ratio of the Higgs boson into W pair becomes dominant, the same sign lepton signature coming from leptonic decays of two out of the three produced W seems to be very promising.
Associated W and Higgs boson photoproduction and other electroweak photon induced processes at the LHC
One can see the trunk line with growing out bifurcation “wings”, numbers at the branches are π-values.
Discrete Thermodynamics of Chemical Equilibria
More substantial deviations from the theory arise when a branch of the literature assumed to represent a new field turns out in fact to be merely a subset of a larger, alreadyestablished field.
The first-mover advantage in scientific publication
This whole framework is potentially a very interesting result, once discriminants are closely related and contain information about ramifications (“branching out” or “branches coming together”) in Number Theory.
Phase Transitions and Moduli Space Topology
Most of the top pair measurements are carried out in the lepton+jets channel, which is characterized by moderate background and a branching ratio of about 30%.
Tevatron top physics
When the branching mechanism is quadratic, ψ(λ) = λ2/2, some explicit computations can be carried out.
A continuum-tree-valued Markov process
The inclusion of the O (v2 / f 2 ) term turns out to reduce the LHT upper bounds for the branching ratios of the decays t → m(e)p, t → m(e)h, t → m(e)h′ by approximately a factor of five, whose enhancements with respect to t he SM are nevertheless large and could be visible at a SuperB factory.
FCNC Processes in the LHT Model: a 2009 Look