running hand

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n running hand rapid handwriting in which letters are set down in full and are cursively connected within words without lifting the writing implement from the paper
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
  • Interesting fact: The game rugby was originated at Rugby school located in England in 1823. This happened when William Webb Ellis, while playing soccer, picked the ball up in his hands and started running with it
    • Running hand a style of rapid writing in which the letters are usually slanted and the words formed without lifting the pen; -- distinguished from round hand.
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Quotations

  • Edgar Cayce
    Edgar Cayce
    “For, he that expects nothing shall not be disappointed, but he that expects much -- if he lives and uses that in hand day by day -- shall be full to running over.”
  • Ouida
    Ouida
    “A cruel story runs on wheels, and every hand oils the wheels as they run.”

Usage

In literature:

It was only necessary to scratch a handful of gravel off the crust to get clear running water for drinking.
"The Overland Expedition of The Messrs. Jardine" by Frank Jardine and Alexander Jardine
Running to meet him, she dropped on her knees before him and began to kiss his hands and cry over them.
"The Thrall of Leif the Lucky" by Ottilie A. Liljencrantz
An' then she run to me with a little scream, an' tear something from her neck, an' tie it round my hand.
"Philip Steele of the Royal Northwest Mounted Police" by James Oliver Curwood
A sticky mess of condensed cream was running over Carrigan's hand.
"The Flaming Forest" by James Oliver Curwood
Two of the station hands lived in the other cottage when they were not out in distant parts of the run.
"Seven Little Australians" by Ethel Sybil Turner
Running this over with a rapid hand, she singled out several letters which she began to open.
"The Mayor's Wife" by Anna Katherine Green
Luckily a Winchester was close to hand, and as they were starting to run I managed to bowl one over.
"Spinifex and Sand" by David W Carnegie
A half-grown lad came running to herd the horses into a corral close at hand.
"A Texas Ranger" by William MacLeod Raine
It was decided to run slowly after dark until all hands were more familiar with the ship.
"Five Thousand Miles Underground" by Roy Rockwood
Then we were to run in at Absecon, near Atlantic City, and land all hands.
"The Rover Boys in New York" by Arthur M. Winfield
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In poetry:

Here virtuous dames with busy hand,
Untiring do what should be done,
And sons and fathers till the land,
And to each manly duty run.
"Kelvin" by Thomas Frederick Young
My tides run low; he will not wake,
His hand drifts like an empty shell.
I stole him for his beauty's sake,
Alas, Enfifa did not well!
"Song of the Enfifa River" by Laurence Hope
Now at the grave of summer stands
A priest, in purple vestments stoled,
And through the hills, his lifted hands,
There runs a rosary of gold.
"September" by Charles Hanson Towne
With the lost children running wild,
Strayed from the hand of human care,
They find one little refuse child
Left helpless in its poisoned lair.
"Avis" by Oliver Wendell Holmes
Shall run to reach thee on thy path,
To grasp thy hand and say "'Twas well";
Or, distant, gnaw their lips in wrath,
Their envious hearts a living hell.
"Autonomy" by John Lawson Stoddard
Infinity -yet you and I have met.
Eternity -yet hand in hand we run.
All odds that I should lose you or forget,
But, soul and spirit and body, we are one.
"Long Odds" by Aleister Crowley

In news:

Baltimore running back Jamal Lewis vowed he would have a career day against the Browns if he were handed the ball at least 30 times on Sept 14, 2003.
Here are a handful of recommendations that run the gamut from quality nonfiction to fascinating history to page-turning thrillers.
Zach Ornitz/The Star-Ledger Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira, hitting left-handed , smacks a home run in the fifth inning in a game against the Rays on Saturday.
Nonprofit that runs R&D centers for government agencies handed out $1.5 million in awards to 1,800 employees (averaging $833 apiece) last year, including $7,500 for the best published research paper.
Michael Kirby/Auburn JournalBear River quarterback Dillon Smith hands off to running back Brad Botsford.
On one hand, lower taxes can spur development, but they also create less revenue to run state government, hospitals and universities.
And then scurrying on, his hand clutched to his bleeding gut as he runs for his life.
Julian Schnabel 's Hands Would Like 'GQ' to Run a Correction.
Spring Lake's run toward a volleyball district championship came to an abrupt end at the hands of state-ranked Whitehall on Saturday.
Gorman's underclassmen have a hand in five TDs in helping Gaels beat Liberty 63-10 for state title, set table for future championship runs.
Kenichi Ito has spent nearly ten years developing techniques of running with both his hands and feet.
When she was 17 years old, Christina Tobin stood watching over Illinois election officials' shoulders after her dad handed them 60,000 signatures so he could run for governor.
Andrade, on the other hand, claimed there was no punch and that the run-in was an accident, according to the Daily Mail.
Cheap NIKE NFL jerseys?,The running back starts the hand off running towards the quarterback with his arms open creating a pocket for the quarterback to slide the football right into the running back?
He started by running his hand across her shoulders and the small of her back.
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In science:

On the other hand higher–order effects can be included via the running widths of particles, see Sec. 2.3.2.
AMEGIC++ 1.0, A Matrix Element Generator In C++
On the other hand, for negative values of χ (anti-aligned runs) the EOB ISCO moves outwards to a less relativistic regime and one expects a better behavior of the EOB model.
Prototype effective-one-body model for nonprecessing spinning inspiral-merger-ringdown waveforms
From the way the diagram is drawn it is clear that each crossing is caused by γ running over ai and bi for some i and that their signed sum is given by the right hand side of (4.2).
On 4-Manifolds, Folds and Cusps
On the other hand, if the memory footprint becomes larger than the available memory, being able to run the program slowly is still better than not being able to run it at all, so even in this case there can be uses for dup and deepDup.
dup -- Explicit un-sharing in Haskell
On the other hand, because w has infinite proper length, the PC has unbounded time available to it for its computation, and so P has enough time to run to completion if this is its underlying behaviour.
Using Isabelle to verify special relativity, with application to hypercomputation theory
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