And the trial of that astonishing abbe Boudes going on before the Assizes of Aveyron!
"Là-bas" by J. K. Huysmans
I've heared folks say dat hit's bad luck ter stump yo' lef' foot, but I don't know boud dat.
"Slave Narratives: A Folk History of Slavery in the United States From Interviews with Former Slaves" by Work Projects Administration
I have no boudoir, so I can't boude.
"The Guests Of Hercules" by C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson
It mus' have been a great ship, but, I do not know 'boud her.
"Harper's Round Table, May 14, 1895" by Various
L. Bouding seems to come closer to the crucial point.
"The Accumulation of Capital" by Rosa Luxemburg
They put him up intil the jail,
Alang wi' mony mae,
And tauld them that they boud to list,
An' wi' the sodgers gae.
"Ballad of The Monkland Cottar" by Janet Hamilton
They carried him to Embro' toun,
An' pat him in the jail,
An' weel he kenn'd that he boud dee
Ere lang, withootin' fail.
"Ballad of The New Monkland Martyr" by Janet Hamilton
"I boud to leeve an' gang aboard
As surgeon in a man-o'-war;
Twa years frae hame, yet a' the while
She was my idol an' my star.
"Sheepieknowe: A Ballad" by Janet Hamilton
At dawnin' o' the morn he rose
On Monday—hame he boud to gang;
And a' his days he ne'er forgat
That Sabbath-day at auld Cam'slang.
"Gran'Faither At Cam'slang" by Janet Hamilton
The door it was open'd, an' Mary cam' oot,
As sweet as a rose an' as fresh as a trout.
She smiled when she saw me, an' bade me gae in;
It was time for the milkin', sae aff she boud rin.
"The Ballad O' Mary Muiren" by Janet Hamilton
The next ressult, which is an immediat consequence of Theorem 4.2, deals with convex function bouded bellow by the duality product.
On Gossez type (D) maximal monotone operators
The situation, with p-relations, is different, since the codomain of such a relation, for every element of the domain, has a cardinality that is bouded above by a function the size of the element itself.
Random Generation and Approximate Counting of Combinatorial Structures
Rd restricted to Ω. ψ ∈ Ψ2(Ω) ⇔ x 7→ Notice that on a bouded Ω with diameter D any ψ ∈ Ψ2 (Ω) is in fact 2D−Lipschitz continuous.
Transport and Concentration Problems with Interaction Effects