She has turned my head; made me act like a simpleton.
"Autumn Leaves" by Various
What a simpleton you must have been not to tell me long ago.
"Lorna Doone" by R. D. Blackmore
And Grettel is such a simpleton, really.
"Everychild" by Louis Dodge
For Gilles de Sille is no simpleton.
"The Black Douglas" by S. R. Crockett
Why some simpletons seem to think 'at they've a right to mak fun ova chap becoss he's a tailor, aw can't see.
"Yorksher Puddin'" by John Hartley
You are a simpleton, Corny!
"Within The Enemy's Lines" by Oliver Optic
Intelligent and witty, she had also a repugnance for fools and simpletons, whatever might be their age, their title and their name.
"Bohemians of the Latin Quarter" by Henry Murger
In this art, as in most others, I was an unpractised simpleton.
"Arthur Mervyn" by Charles Brockden Brown
The nature-mystic appeared to be an idle dreamer or a deluded simpleton.
"Nature Mysticism" by J. Edward Mercer
What will you do with absolute power, you simpletons?
"A Mummer's Tale" by Anatole France
To shorten the story, the simpleton went to Troyes as he had said, and, as he desired, he was taken prisoner.
"One Hundred Merrie And Delightsome Stories" by Various
I smiled, and looked on the poor creature as a simpleton.
"Modern Skepticism: A Journey Through the Land of Doubt and Back Again" by Joseph Barker
What a delicious old simpleton!
"Choice Readings for the Home Circle" by Anonymous
Only that is no fault of hers; it is her misfortune to have nobody sue for her hand except simpletons.
"Dr. Dumany's Wife" by Mór Jókai
And the soldiers say, as they listen: ''Tis some poor simpletons come playing the tunes we heard long ago in our mountains.
"The Well of Saint Clare" by Anatole France
To whom do you suppose, you simpleton!
"Woman Triumphant" by Vicente Blasco Ibañez
What a simpleton I was!
"Jane Allen: Right Guard" by Edith Bancroft
And so, in less time than it takes to tell about it, poor simpleton Bobo was made ready for his journey.
"The Firelight Fairy Book" by Henry Beston
It is the character of a simpleton to be a bore.
"Book of Wise Sayings" by W. A. Clouston
Saving these few obstinate simpletons such as Alice Benden, that you can do nought with, they be light enough fish to catch.
"All's Well" by Emily Sarah Holt
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'Twas Nickey Noodle, a simpleton,
Who raised the cry, "A witch, a witch!"
Then she was summoned to the court,
Amused, or grieved, she scarce knew which.
"Goody Two-Shoes" by Clara Doty Bates
Iases here I lie. To whom this proud
City for youth and beauty gave much fame.
The learned wise admired me, and the crowd
Of simpletons. From both I had the same
"Tomb of Iases" by Constantine P Cavafy
I cannot think what moved the poet men
So to write panegyrics of that foolish
Simpleton — while wild-rose as fresh again
Lives, and the drowsed cabbages keep soil coolish.
"The Garden" by Ivor Gurney
But what simpletons, should we choose,
With nought to gain and much to loose,
'Gainst Austria to war;
What greater folly, when we know
By doing this, we'll get a blow
From the ambitious Czar.
"To A Friend InThe City" by Mary Ann H T Bigelow
There exists a correlation between the temperature behavior of the self-diffusion coeﬃcient and the frequency of vertices which are able to ﬂip (simpletons).
Random tiling quasicrystals in three dimensions
The frequency of the simpleton is 23.61% in the ideal rhombohedra tiling.
Random tiling quasicrystals in three dimensions
The simpletons are arranged in two-dimensional layers perpendicular to the two-fold symmetry axis.
Random tiling quasicrystals in three dimensions
Due to the two possibilities to pack the rhombohedra into the simpleton there are two positions for the internal lattice point.
Random tiling quasicrystals in three dimensions
Simpleton ﬂips directed in their frequency by the Monte-Carlo method allow the generation of equilibrium conﬁgurations at a given temperature.
Random tiling quasicrystals in three dimensions
A simpleton ﬂip does not generate or destroy tiles, it only rearranges them.
Random tiling quasicrystals in three dimensions
If a lattice point belonging to the simpleton vertex is hit, the energy of the original and the ﬂipped conﬁguration are compared.
Random tiling quasicrystals in three dimensions
The simpleton vertex itself, for example, occurs with a frequency of 23.61% in the ideal tiling.
Random tiling quasicrystals in three dimensions
At T = ∞ the equilibrium frequency of the simpleton vertex is about 17.5%.
Random tiling quasicrystals in three dimensions
The frequency of the simpleton, however, in patches with ﬁxed boundaries may grow to up to 30% of that of the bulk vertices.
Random tiling quasicrystals in three dimensions
In an equilibrium conﬁguration generated by the simpleton ﬂip method it is smeared out to an almost Gaussian distribution.
Random tiling quasicrystals in three dimensions
The addition method allows the generation of conﬁgurations that are never reached in acceptable times by the simpleton ﬂip process.
Random tiling quasicrystals in three dimensions
Last, there is an explanation which comes from the fact that the number of ﬂippable lattice points (number of simpletons) changes with temperature.
Random tiling quasicrystals in three dimensions
In the range 1 / T / 10 we ﬁnd a nearly logarithmic decrease of the number of simpletons.
Random tiling quasicrystals in three dimensions
In the range 10 / T / 100 the approach of the frequency of the simpleton to a constant value leads to an increase of the negative slope of D(T ).
Random tiling quasicrystals in three dimensions
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