It is too easy to draw a string a little tighter than it should be drawn.
"The Education of American Girls" by Anna Callender Brackett
We are often told it is God that makes us speak and act, and we are puppets dancing as He draws the strings.
"Life and Work in Benares and Kumaon, 1839-1877" by James Kennedy
One day she sat down and tried to draw tones from its strings.
"The Goose Man" by Jacob Wassermann
All you have to do is to draw it with the arrow on the string, and whatever you aim at will fall, pierced by the arrow.
"Edmund Dulacs Fairy-Book" by Edmund Dulac
To eat moose-berries draws a man's mouth up like a tobacco-bag when the string is pulled.
"The Woman from Outside" by Hulbert Footner
Trains are so small that a child might draw them with a string.
"Chimney-Pot Papers" by Charles S. Brooks
Miss Puss would draw the string and there was the hare or partridge for Master Jack to eat.
"Europa's Fairy Book" by Joseph Jacobs
Then he loaded the Scorpion, drawing back its string.
"The Saracen: Land of the Infidel" by Robert Shea
Draw the bow across a string.
"How it Works" by Archibald Williams
When it is quite full of talk, draw the string tight, so that not one word escapes, and bring it to me.
"Harper's Young People, May 11, 1880" by Various
Yea, Orpheus wrought with Thracian harp and strings of tuneful might To draw away his perished love from midmost of the night.
"The Æneids of Virgil" by Virgil
The repugnance which a holy soul feels to do a thing, is as when the mother draws the leading-string.
"Letters of Madam Guyon" by P. L. Upham
She plunged her hand into the black draw-string bag which she carried on her arm, rummaging among its contents.
"The Bondboy" by George W. (George Washington) Ogden
With a snarl, Maria thrust her hand into her meager bosom, and drew forth a little bag with its draw-strings.
"The Wilderness Trail" by Frank Williams
He'd better draw them after him; maybe he could string them out and fight them separately.
"Boys' Book of Frontier Fighters" by Edwin L. Sabin
Now rest it lightly on the strings and draw it down slowly and steadily.
"Camilla: A Tale of a Violin" by Charles Barnard
Drawing a ball of pink string from his pocket, he proceeded to hang his menagerie, talking the while.
"The Wooing of Calvin Parks" by Laura E. Richards
While Harry was drawing the beer I walked string straight to the jukebox, clicked in a quarter, and stalked back to the barstool.
"Cue for Quiet" by Thomas L. Sherred
He took his cross-bow, but he did not draw the string.
"Villa Eden:" by Berthold Auerbach
The locomotive grumbled by, drawing an interminable string of mail and express cars and Pullmans, shrouded for the night.
"The Gray Mask" by Wadsworth Camp
The harp we love hath a solemn sound!
And rocks amongst the shallow seas
Are strings from which the rolling waves
Draw forth their stirring harmonies.
"Harps We Love" by Henry Kendall
Swift o'er the wave the light bark springs,
Love's midnight hour draws lingering near:
And list!-- his tuneful viol strings
The young Venetian Gondolier.
"The Venetian Gondolier" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
The harp is brought: upon the frame A filmy cobweb hung;
The strings were few, yet 'twas the same;
The old man drawing near the flame,
The chords imperfect rung:
"The Harp Of Hoel" by William Lisle Bowles
Hail sacred musick! since you know to draw
The soul to Heav'n, the spirit to the law,
I come to prove thy force, thy warbling string
May tune my soul to write what others sing.
"Hezekiah" by Thomas Parnell
No longer fly thy kite, Lord; draw me home.
Thou pull'st the string through all the distance bleak;
Lord, I am nearing thee; O Lord, I come;
Thy pulls grow stronger and the wind grows weak.
"A Vision of St. Eligius" by George MacDonald
They called him mad,--the poor, old man,
Whose white hair, worn and thin,
Fell o'er his shoulders, as he played
His cherished violin,
Forever drawing to and fro
O'er silent strings a loosened bow.
"Proem" by John Lawson Stoddard
That this process is possible is easy to see once we draw a spacetime diagram and map the end points of the open strings onto a circle.
Worldsheet and Spacetime Properties of p-p' System with B Field and Noncommutative Geometry
When we draw a picutre of Θ+ as quarks conected by colored strings, we ﬁnd a beautiful shape.
An Attempt to Study Pentaquark Baryons in String Theory
The best way to understand this picture is to draw a picture of Θ+ as quarks connected by colored strings of red, green and blue, which gives a very beautiful shape displayed in Fig.1.
Pentaquark Baryons in String Theory -- Talk at Pentaquark 04
For this reason the version with θ0i = 0 (space-space noncommutativity), in which there are no such diﬃculties and which is a low-energy limit of the string theory, draws special attention.
Generalized Haag's Theorem in SO(1,1) and SO(1,3) Invariant Quantum Field Theory
For this reason the version with θ0i = 0 (space-space noncommutativity), in which there do not appear such diﬃculties and which is a low-energy limit of the string theory, draws special attention.
Classical Theorems in Noncommutative Quantum Field Theory
When r-many such D-branes Z are coincident, from the associated massless spectrum of (oriented) open strings with both end-points on f (Z ) one can draw the conclusion that (1) The gauge ﬁeld A = Pa Aa (ξ )dξ a on Z is enhanced to u(r)-valued. (2) Each scalar ﬁeld X µ (ξ ) on Z is also enhanced to matrix-valued.
Nontrivial Azumaya noncommutative schemes, morphisms therefrom, and their extension by the sheaf of algebras of differential operators: D-branes in a $B$-field background \`a la Polchinski-Grothendieck Ansatz
The thesis focuses on several important variables in hammer-string system and draws conclusions to the question about piano touch and tone.
Analysis on the relations between piano touch and tone
The generate-strings() algorithm begins by drawing edit operations from E according to the edit probability δ(·) until at least one of the partial strings xt and yv is complete [lines 2-5].
Learning string edit distance
This cylinder can be be seen on the other hand as an open string with one of its end-points describing the closed (loop) string |B in >, while the other end draws |B out >.
Limits on the size of extra dimensions
We leave it as an exercise for the reader to draw an embedding corresponding to a folding of this string and to locate the knot! The question of intrinsically knotted foldings that occur in nature remains to be investigated.
Over the past twenty years, (2+1)-dimensional gravity has become an active ﬁeld of research, drawing insights from general relativity, differential geometry and topology, high energy particle theory, topological ﬁeld theory, and string theory.
Quantum Gravity in 2+1 Dimensions: The Case of a Closed Universe
To recover directrix we’ll start with drawing a tra jectory of the upper endpoint of the string for (0, σmax) time interval, that is using ﬁrst line of (14).
On asimuthal anisotropy in fragmentation of classical relativistic string
With guidance from the behavior of this RG ﬂow, one can draw conclusions for the effect of the fractional D3-branes on the dual string geometry.
Primordial Fluctuations in String Cosmology
By recalling that ℑτ is the compactiﬁcation radius of the internal manifold (orbifold) one draws an important conclusion: gaugino condensation and duality force string theory to compactify on spaces of size O(α′1/2 ).
Target Space Duality in String Theory
This is mainly because the vast number of candidate string vacua makes it diﬃcult to draw general conclusions.
Aspects of String unification