paper rush


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n paper rush tall sedge of the Nile valley yielding fiber that served many purposes in historic times
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In literature:

His pen rushed swiftly across the paper, taking down her words.
"The Grell Mystery" by Frank Froest
Harper dashed back and forth in little rushes, carrying the paper figure.
"The 4-D Doodler" by Graph Waldeyer
My manager rushed into my rooms with the paper in question.
"The Confessions of a Caricaturist, Vol 2 (of 2)" by Harry Furniss
She thrust the paper into her pocket and rushed from the room.
"Red Rose and Tiger Lily" by L. T. Meade
Uncle Tom finished his breakfast with a rush and then, gathering up letters and papers, made for the hall.
"Judy of York Hill" by Ethel Hume Patterson Bennett
If one is trying to rush through a bromide print, it can be trimmed while wet by placing it on a sheet of stiff paper and cutting through both.
"Bromide Printing and Enlarging" by John A. Tennant
He carried a sheaf of papers; his imperious temper was wont to rush every business through to which he put his hand.
"A Modern Mercenary" by Kate Prichard and Hesketh Vernon Hesketh-Prichard
Now it all came back to him with a rush, evoked by that crumpled bit of paper.
"Bert Wilson on the Gridiron" by J. W. Duffield
At the French Embassy again was that rush and struggle for papers, and there I witnessed a pathetic scene.
"Liége on the Line of March" by Glenna Lindsley Bigelow
Photographs were published in all the fashionable papers, and wealthy clients rushed in with alarming and automatic rapidity.
"General Bramble" by André Maurois
With the paper in my hand I rushed up to my stepmother's room and demanded to know what that meant.
"Exit Betty" by Grace Livingston Hill
Now came the impulse to rush inside, seize the paper, jerk loose the bag, and make away with both.
"The Wilderness Trail" by Frank Williams
At publishing time, boys rushing in for papers, as in London offices, are not here to be seen.
"Harper's New Monthly Magazine, Volume 1, No. 2, July, 1850." by Various
Thrusting the papers roughly aside, he rushed down the stairs and out into the darkness.
"Crestlands" by Mary Addams Bayne
When any drawing by Kiyosai appears a rush is made for the paper.
"Japan" by Dorothy Menpes
It was broken into several pieces, but he rushed into his room, and pasted it together upon a piece of brown paper.
"The Man with the Book" by John Matthias Weylland
Then he threw the paper on the platform and, rushing madly through the crowd, disappeared.
"Great Opera Stories" by Millicent Schwab Bender
Cummack came up town to assure her that it was a shame; and he would ask Rush if those New York papers couldn't be had up for libel.
"Mrs. Balfame" by Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton
As the train rushed towards town he ate his breakfast and he read his paper.
"The Datchet Diamonds" by Richard Marsh
As we all three emerged into Burlington Gardens, boys came rushing past with the latest edition of an evening paper.
"The Mysterious Three" by William Le Queux

In poetry:

He rises and moves away, he says no word,
He folds his evening paper and turns away;
I rush through the dark with rows of lamplit faces;
Fire bells peal, and some of us turn to listen,
And some sit motionless in their accustomed places.
"The House Of Dust: Part 01: 06:" by Conrad Potter Aiken

In news:

H owever you feel about the action-comedy-buddy-cop genre (think "Lethal Weapon," "Rush Hour"), you have to admit the on-paper mix of " Cop Out " is intriguing.
Fortunately, we were able to hold the press a bit, rush reporters and our photographer to the scene, and get it in the print edition of the paper.
The generals for this Black Friday rush on retailers had their priority objectives detailed on paper.
With great interest I read the editorial on Rush Limbaugh in last weeks paper.
If more and more of us telecommute , rush hours could someday be as old-fashioned as carbon paper.
That holiday paper is our biggest edition every year thanks to stores looking to announce deals before the Black Friday rush.
Indonesia is home to about 90 percent of the orangutans left in the wild, but half its plush rain forest been cleared in the past half-century in the rush to supply the world with timber, pulp, paper and more recently, palm oil.
The Carthage Fire Chief says the early Sunday morning fire that gutted a former paper mill in Rush County was accidental.
Yesterday afternoon I quickly got out of the car after an errand and rushed back inside to finish the paper.
Mike Michalowicz, author of The Toilet Paper Entrepreneur, shares three tips on how small business owners can stand out among competitors during the holiday rush.

In science:

The directions of the perturbed magnetic fields are perpendicular to the paper : ⊙ & ⊗ represent that the fields pro ject from the paper and rush in the paper, respectively.
A Spontaneous Generation of the Magnetic Field and Suppression of the Heat Conduction in Cold Fronts
The first result of this paper introduces a procedure for generating infinite families of Ratliff-Rush ideals, in polynomial rings with multivariables, from a Ratliff-Rush ideal in polynomial rings with two variables.
Results on the Ratliff-Rush Closure and the Integral Closedness of Powers of Certain Monomial Curves
As the powers of an ideal are Ratliff-Rush implies that the associated graded ring, grI (R) = ⊕n≥0 I n/I n+1 , has a positive depth, we will investigate the Ratliff-Rush closedness for all powers of ideals in the remaining of the paper.
An Algorithm for Computing the Ratliff-Rush Closure