Everything got spicker and spanner each day.
"Laddie" by Gene Stratton Porter
With a spanner and a couple of clear hours I could make these maxims about as deadly as bicycles.
"Greenmantle" by John Buchan
I'm looking the spanner.
"The Drone" by Rutherford Mayne
The spanner caught him on the shoulder, and he grunted in pain, but he kept on moving away from Mellon.
"Unwise Child" by Gordon Randall Garrett
We could each snatch a spanner and give the war-heads a terrific blow.
"The Submarine Hunters" by Percy F. Westerman
I could hear McConkey's spanner ringing against the iron of his gun.
"The Red Hand of Ulster" by George A. Birmingham
Here's my hammer to ring them true and my spanner to wrench them tight.
"The Great Keinplatz Experiment and Other Tales of Twilight and the Unseen" by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
We can dig with our spanners.
"Sinister Street, vol. 1" by Compton Mackenzie
There was "no spanner to fit the union," and Rattray darkly hinted at further trouble.
"The Lightning Conductor" by C. N. Williamson
It had become a habit with Fernie to place his loaded shot-gun by his side when he went to sleep, and he invariably had a large spanner handy.
"The Witch Doctor and other Rhodesian Studies" by Frank Worthington
In tightening a nut with a spanner the spanner had slipped.
"The Boy with Wings" by Berta Ruck
I think I'd try to find out if anybody borrowed one of Porter's spanners when I went in again.
"By Right of Purchase" by Harold Bindloss
When they reached the edge of the breaking, Harding stopped the engine, and, taking a spanner from a box, turned to look about.
"Harding of Allenwood" by Harold Bindloss
Mr. Spanner won't mind talking business before you, will you, George?
"The King of Schnorrers" by Israel Zangwill
There's a good deal to do, and you're not going to feel it quite so much once you get hold of the spanner.
"For Jacinta" by Harold Bindloss
Anyway, you can't have that jack and spanner.
"Thrice Armed" by Harold Bindloss
I gave Pollock his instructions, and left with him, as a crew, Ted Milner and George Spanner.
"The Cruise of the 'Alerte'" by E. F. Knight
Drop the spanner first.
"The Million Dollar Mystery" by Harold MacGrath
Go and get the spanners, and ast Sid for a new rope, and look sharp about it!
"Life in a Railway Factory" by Alfred Williams
Hawkins took a huge spanner.
"The Great Airship." by F. S. Brereton
Jeff Loomis joined me for a cold one and conversation back on July 28 when he came through Tomcats West in Fort Worth as a part of the Intrinsic 2012 North American Tour with The Contortionist, 7 Horns 7 Eyes and Chimp Spanner.
Inside Google Spanner , the Largest Single Database on Earth.
Putin's Spanner In The Works.
"I used a spanner wrench," Souder said.
Designed for 5S applications, it secures spanner wrenches, toolholders, collets and cutting tools in one central location.
Since their problem is more general, their hardness results do not apply to TC-spanners.
Sparse 2-TC-spanners Imply Efﬁcient Monotonicity Testers In this section we restate and prove Lemma 1.1, referred to in the introduction.
Let M be a sparsest spanner on G which possibly uses shortcut edges of types other than k − 1.
Suppose now that we could approximate the size of the sparsest k-TC-spanner within γ1 log n for some γ1 > 0.
If G is a graph drawn from a minor-closed graph family that is s-path separable, for s = Θ(1), then G has a 2-TC-spanner of size O(n log2 n) and, more generally, a k-TC-spanner of size O(n · log n · λk (n)) where λk (·) is the k-row inverse Ackermann function.
First we describe a preprocessing step resembling in which the digraph is divided into subgraphs so that constructing TC-spanners for each subgraph individually results in a TCspanner for the entire graph.
Then, we show how to efﬁciently construct sparse 2-TC-spanners for each of these path separable subgraphs.
By claim E.3, any two vertices with a dipath between them must For 1 ≤ i ≤ t, let Gi k-TC-spanner for G is the union of k-TC-spanners for each Gi .
We describe how to construct H , a 2-TC-spanner for G of size O(n log2 n).
The above construction efﬁciently produces a 2-TC-spanner on G of size at most O(n log2 n).
The construction results in a 2-TC-spanner because every pair of related vertices (u, v) is a cut pair at some level of the outer recursion.
Let us ﬁrst see why connecting every cut pair by a path of length at most 2, and recursing on smaller components produce a 2-TC-spanner for G.
In this case, constructing a 2-TC-spanner on the subgraph induced by this C sufﬁces to connect u and v by a path of length at most 2.
If the strong path separators can be found in polynomial time, as is guaranteed, for example, in Theorem E.1, then it is clear that the above 2-TC-spanner can be constructed efﬁciently.
We now prove the part of Theorem E.2 concerning k-TC-spanners for general k .