In literature:
He was a rabbit of a man who had never stepped out of the safe familiar boundaries of the Terran Trade City.
"The Door Through Space" by Marion Zimmer Bradley
Itzig displayed wonderful familiarity with the subject.
"Debit and Credit" by Gustav Freytag
It is a familiar dictum that one can judge of a nation pretty fairly by the position and treatment of its women.
"Villa Elsa" by Stuart Henry
There was one figure strolling about in the rear which wore a familiar look, yet I could not say I had seen the man before.
"The Black Wolf's Breed" by Harris Dickson
The gift of the Devil was sometimes a divining familiar, sometimes a domestic familiar, commonly presented at the admission ceremony.
"The Witch-cult in Western Europe" by Margaret Alice Murray
But De Foe had never approached the conception of his art which afterwards became familiar.
"Hours in a Library, Volume I. (of III.)" by Leslie Stephen
Naming familiar objects 143 3.
"The Measurement of Intelligence" by Lewis Madison Terman
These designs are familiar in many other parts of Scotland and of the world.
"The Clyde Mystery a Study in Forgeries and Folklore" by Andrew Lang
His panegyric was thought somewhat prodigal; his fluency of style somewhat too familiar; and others affected not to relish his gaiety.
"Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 1 (of 3)" by Isaac D'Israeli
It is assumed, however, that the reader is familiar with the ordinary usage of this expression.
"The Psychology of Singing" by David C. Taylor
The earliest conception of disease of which we have any record is, of course, the familiar Demon Theory.
"Preventable Diseases" by Woods Hutchinson
Though the familiar setting was still here, the familiar human figures seemed all departed.
"The Best Short Stories of 1920" by Various
There was nothing familiar to his eye in her figure, which was charming.
"The Lure of the Mask" by Harold MacGrath
The Ballawhaine put his hand familiarly on Philip's shoulder.
"The Manxman A Novel - 1895" by Hall Caine
In New York, then, you are met everywhere by a sort of urbane familiarity.
"American Sketches" by Charles Whibley
Or, again, there is another familiar difficulty.
"The English Utilitarians, Volume II (of 3)" by Leslie Stephen
Though perfectly familiar with them, my conduct and manners were different enough from theirs to place a space between us.
"The Life of Charles Dickens, Vol. I-III, Complete" by John Forster
She became a familiar figure in the cattle-market, sitting waiting in the little booth.
"The Rainbow" by D. H. (David Herbert) Lawrence
Let your greeting of acquaintances be free from boisterousness and familiarity.
"Social Life" by Maud C. Cooke
This is because familiarity with the material must precede an analysis of it.
"College Teaching" by Paul Klapper
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In poetry:
We fear not now, we fear not!
Though the way thro' darkness bends;
Our souls are strong to follow them,
Our own familiar friends!
"The Departed" by Felicia Dorothea Hemans
The evening fog starts slowly setting,
Uneasy sadness brings me tears,
When every pebble on this road
Seems so familiar and dear.
"The Road" by Nikolai Stepanovich Gumilev
Dectora. O carry me
To some sure country, some familia’r place.
Have we not everything that life can give
In having one another?
"The Shadowy Waters: The Shadowy Waters" by William Butler Yeats
Lady of England--o'er the seas
Thy name was borne on every breeze,
Till all this sunset clime became
Familiar with Victoria's name.
"Lady Of England." by George Pope Morris
But, I think, the house is unaltered,
I will go and beg to look
At the rooms that were once familiar
To my life as its bed to a brook.
"The Dead House" by James Russell Lowell
But I at least should have foreseen,
When Monica to me had grown
Familiar word, that names may mean
More than by word and name is shown;
"The Door Of Humility" by Alfred Austin
In news:
Every day, Americans buy millions of products that bear the familiar U.L.
(It's the roasting that brings out the familiar sweetness in cashews .
She's a familiar presence on the news programs of TV stations KCAL 9 and CBS 2, where she's been reporting events in Orange County for more than two decades.
If the event or reception location you've chosen doesn't handle catering , or allows outside caterers , they'll probably have suggestions for caterers who are familiar with their facility.
Chances are if you use valves for throttling or modulating service, you are familiar with cavitation .
KAZAN, Russia, Nov 5— Summoned by a familiar, plaintive call, young men dazed from studying stumble from their dorm rooms with slippers on their feet and prayer on their minds.
This apple and honey challah recipe is a familiar taste of fall.
In what has become a familiar sight, Ethnic Studies supporters descended on the board meeting, attempting to disrupt it with chants .
21-Year-old Northern Irishman Rory McIlroy holds a two-shot lead after two rounds at the Masters, but the big news out of Augusta on Friday was the charge up the leaderboard by two of the tournament's most familiar faces.
But anyone familiar with the disastrous track record of charismatic political leaders around the world in the 20th century should have run for the hills when they encountered a politician with charisma .
Comedians Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele, who are familiar to fans of "MADtv" and their Comedy Central show, stop by The Post to talk about the Obamas and more.
Are you familiar with the color scheme of your aunt's apartment.
Tonawanda News — The person with a haunted past is a familiar and reliable trope in literature and film, and perhaps all of us have something about which to be haunted.
A person familiar with the city's decision says the mayor will announce the selection of Cornell and its partner, the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology.
There's also a food truck, already known to fans of catered crepes , and soon to be familiar to fans of weekday lunch crepes .
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In science:
The introduction of binomial coeﬃcients is a familiar device in order to make things work smoother.
On equations defining coincident root loci
Proof We make the proof by induction on the surface. (The reader familiar with De Bruijn’s worms will readily ﬁnd a direct proof.) It is enough to prove the result for elementary cycles.
An algorithm to generate exactly once every tiling with lozenges of a domain
Given such a system, if the probability for a decay within a time interval t only depends on t and not on the history of the system, then a familiar argument in probability theory implies that the probability density for decay is exponential.
Physics with exotic probability theory
The ”propagator” equals λ, κ plays the role of the Planck constant and p1 that of an ”external current” (a pedagogical presentation for people not very familiar with ﬁeld theory methods can be found in ).
Defining statistical ensembles of random graphs
The saddle point condition, identical to a familiar equation in polymer physics, is a starting point for further calculations.
Defining statistical ensembles of random graphs
It is also useful to consider a generalization of the familiar Hadamard gate to the d-level case.
Entanglement Swapping of Generalized Cat States and Secret Sharing
The most familiar models in this respect are the Berendsen, and the Nos´e—Hoover, , one.
Nonlinear Regimes in Thermostats of Berendsen's Type
Throughout this paper, it is assumed that the reader is familiar with the class of quantum hidden subgroup algorithms.
Quantum Hidden Subgroup Problems: A Mathematical Perspective
We assume general familiarity with the use of spectra to construct homology theories.
Lectures on controlled topology: mapping cylinder neighborhoods
The factor in brackets is a familiar representation of 2πδ(t − t′ ) in the limit µ → 0.
Products of Random Matrices
Sinusoids are familiar, and so are an obvious choice of basis.
A Search for Gamma-Ray Bursts and Pulsars, and the Application of Kalman Filters to Gamma-Ray Reconstruction
The geometrical and dynamical properties of these systems are best displayed in the familiar pattern formed by a soap froth conﬁned between two transparent plates.
Inhomogenous Poisson Networks and Random Cellular Structures
This is familiar in the context of Pitman’s representation for the threedimensional Bessel process.
A path-transformation for random walks and the Robinson-Schensted correspondence
The law of X (1) under Qo is the familiar Gaussian Unitary Ensemble (GUE) of random matrix theory.
A path-transformation for random walks and the Robinson-Schensted correspondence
This is just the familiar condition of zero variation on the boundary of the integration region.
Hyperhamiltonian dynamics
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