In literature:
Tom leaped to his feet, but he was tightly wedged in between rows of women.
"Madge Morton's Victory" by Amy D.V. Chalmers
His brows knit together into a wedge-like furrow, and with a twitch of pain he bit his under-lip.
"The Picture of Dorian Gray" by Oscar Wilde
He was wedged so tightly in the bushes that he could scarcely move.
"The Rover Boys in Alaska" by Arthur M. Winfield
Here, bring the wedges.
"The Regent's Daughter" by Alexandre Dumas (Pere)
Black uniforms with white wedges.
"Dead World" by Jack Douglas
There were seven in all in the party and Kirchmann found himself wedged in between two houses, with his head under water.
"The Johnstown Horror" by James Herbert Walker
Dickie reached the base of the projecting rock and wedging her slender body into a small fissure, peered cautiously through the cleft.
"El Diablo" by Brayton Norton
I find myself wedged tight against a general.
"A Padre in France" by George A. Birmingham
The top of the posts should be cut wedge-shaped, as shown by Fig.
"Shelters, Shacks and Shanties" by D.C. Beard
She bent one knee and wedged it into a niche.
"The Maids of Paradise" by Robert W. (Robert William) Chambers
Any stirring of memory over it might be the thin end of a very big wedge.
"Somehow Good" by William de Morgan
This is due to the neck being driven as a wedge into the trochanters, splitting them up.
"Manual of Surgery Volume Second: Extremities--Head--Neck. Sixth Edition." by Alexander Miles
Ugolini's servants formed a wedge around him, and in stunned silence they walked back to his mansion.
"The Saracen: The Holy War" by Robert Shea
Beauregard aimed for the Landing, to seize the transports, using his force as a wedge to split the Union army off from the river.
"My Days and Nights on the Battle-Field" by Charles Carleton Coffin
Soon after, at Givet, the Germans succeeded in wedging their way across the Meuse.
"The Story of the Great War, Volume II (of VIII)" by Various
Instantly with the shock of impact I reversed my engine, but my prow was wedged in the hole it had made in the battleship's stern.
"The Gods of Mars" by Edgar Rice Burroughs
Now, let's try the double wedge I showed you last week.
"Under Boy Scout Colors" by Joseph Bushnell Ames
His pals were standing against the side of the truck, wedged in by soldiers.
"A Yankee Flier in Italy" by Rutherford G. Montgomery
A point had pierced her sides like a wedge.
"Toilers of the Sea" by Victor Hugo
Then May Dashwood and Miss Scott would be wedged in at the sides.
"The New Warden" by Mrs. David G. Ritchie
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In poetry:
Sound on, thou hammer sure and strong,
And fashion in thy toil
The wedge to split the stubborn rock,
The plough to rend the soil.
"Anvil And Newspaper" by Alexander Anderson
A wedge of black in sunset red,
Old Chief Mountain lifts its head;
Blood-stained in outlines colder,
The sun dies on its shoulder.
"Chief Mountain" by Norman MacLeod
"And then uprose before me,
Upon the water's edge,
The huge and haggard shape
Of that unknown North Cape,
Whose form is like a wedge.
"Discoverer Of The North Cape. A Leaf From King Alfred's Orosius. (Birds Of Passage. Flight The First" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
And far below their steadfast wedge,
They heard (and hastened on)
Men thresh and clamour through the sedge
Aghast that they were gone!
"The Flight" by Rudyard Kipling
Wedged toward the West's cold luridness
The wild geese fly 'neath roseless domes;
The wild cry of the leader comes
Distant and harsh with loneliness.
"A November Sketch" by Madison Julius Cawein
Not in rich furniture, or fine array,
Nor in a wedge of gold, Thou, who from me wast sold,
To me dost now thyself convey;
For so thou should'st without me still have been,
Leaving within me sinne:
"The Holy Communion" by George Herbert
In news:
Wedge known as hard worker who puts his players first.
Unwrap a wedge of Vento d'Estate, a cheese made near Treviso, an Italian town north of Venice, and you'll think you've uncorked a good sauvignon blanc.
Chuck Crow/The Plain Dealer The first decision for Mark Shapiro and the Dolans' leadership team is obvious -- make a call on the status of manager Eric Wedge.
A look at some of the hottest high-top wedge styles for fall 2012.
Mariah Carey and her entourage move through the MTV hallways in a flying wedge, backing Taylor Swift into her dressing room.
Congress members in Pelosi's pocket could drive a wedge between them and their constituents that will prove of value once elections begin.
1 pound 'Yukon Gold' potatoes, cut into 1/2 inch-thick wedges.
Fried or grilled chicken, or even a shuddersome wedge of what passes for a burger, are dressed with shredded lettuce and cheese and wrapped in a flour tortilla.
Olden -day wedges transformed into new-age dishes.
Part 2 of 2 Stjernholm, Son and Grandson Buffalo Acres occupies a wedge of land in unincorporated Lakewood between Mt Carbon Dam, which holds back Bear Creek Lake, and a new golf course.
A Fertle Holiday In the mood for a big wedge of Mildred's butter pie.
Monitor wedges are an essential part of most shows that feature musicians on stage.
Ray Charles did not always feel the need for wedges.
Every night I find myself wedged between my 4-year-old daughter and 2-year-old son trying to get them to sleep.
Mariners catcher John Jaso has evolved into a trusted wingman for ace Felix Hernandez and a clutch hitter for manager Eric Wedge.
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In science:
Theorem 2.17. Fτ (x) = Rk (x) for any generalized wedge pattern τ of k-letters.
restricted 1-3-2 permutations and generalized patterns
Markov chains in a wedge with excitable boundaries, preprint universit de Rennes 1, 2000.
Random walks on randomly oriented lattices
Markov chains in a wedge with excitable boundaries, preprint universit de Rennes 1, 2000.
On the physical relevance of random walks: an example of random walks on a randomly oriented lattice
S = xdy ∧ dz − K dH ∧ dt, where ∧ represents Cartan’s wedge product and S = S (y , z , t) is a differential 1-form.
Cubic Matrix, Nambu Mechanics and Beyond
In the present case, O is an AdS wedge W , T is the boundary, and O ∩ T is the corresponding boundary double-cone K .
Generalized free fields and the AdS-CFT correspondence
Sect. 4), and iff the wedge W (J ′ ) contains W (K ) and has ω as a boundary point (ω ∈ ∂W ).
Generalized free fields and the AdS-CFT correspondence
P{W node ≤ t} ≡ wnode (t), P{W edge ≤ t} ≡ wedge (t).
Linear Phase Transition in Random Linear Constraint Satisfaction Problem
The edges of these graph are equipped with random weights Wi,j which are selected independently from a common distribution P{Wi,j ≤ t} = wedge (t), 0 ≤ t ≤ Bw < ∞, where [0, Bw ] is the support of this distribution.
Linear Phase Transition in Random Linear Constraint Satisfaction Problem
P ) α) = f (α = π/θ) = ˆf (θ), thus unveiling the same invariant underlying wedge distribution as the harmonic measure (see also ).
Conformal Fractal Geometry and Boundary Quantum Gravity
Remarkably enough, the second term also describes the contribution by a wedge to the density of electromagnetic modes in a cavity [103].
Conformal Fractal Geometry and Boundary Quantum Gravity
For a large scaling star, the typical set of singularity exponents { ˆαi}, or wedge angles { ˆθi}, is thus given by the symmetric set of values (7.38).
Conformal Fractal Geometry and Boundary Quantum Gravity
Then it has the form Cw = X fijkWxi Lxk Ixj , where I , L, W are the operators of contraction, Lie derivative, and wedging, respectively.
On the Cachazo-Douglas-Seiberg-Witten conjecture for simple Lie algebras
Okounkov, The Character of the Inﬁnite Wedge Representation, Adv.
The uses of random partitions
In [F], Farmer proves that Kn is homotopy equivalent to a wedge of (n − 1)-spheres thus showing that the homology of (M∗ , ∂∗ ) vanishes except at top degree.
A Hodge decomposition for the complex of injective words
In particular, this shows that the order complex of any interval in such a lattice is shellable and hence contractible or homotopy equivalent to a wedge of spheres.
Tamari lattices and noncrossing partitions in type B and beyond
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