The old Manito set off, and for mere sport's sake, Grasshopper pursued him.
"The Indian Fairy Book" by Cornelius Mathews
As she intended setting off, she fell sick.
"The Autobiography of Madame Guyon" by Jeanne Marie Bouvier de La Motte Guyon
Decatur crowded on all sail, and set off in pursuit of the oppressor.
"The Naval History of the United States" by Willis J. Abbot
The weather was beautifully fine, and they set off in high spirits.
"The Settlers in Canada" by Frederick Marryat
From the questions she put to him, Dick thought that she guessed who he was, and deemed it prudent to again set off.
"The Rival Crusoes" by W.H.G. Kingston
Without waiting, therefore, for breakfast, we determined at once to set off.
"A Voyage round the World" by W.H.G. Kingston
Leaving a party to guard the boats, the Adelantado set off on foot with the remainder, sleeping one night on the road.
"Notable Voyagers" by W.H.G. Kingston and Henry Frith
We accordingly all set off with some poles on which to convey the body.
"In the Wilds of Africa" by W.H.G. Kingston
Don Ferdinando set off for the Vega, eight hundred feet sheer below the mine.
"Adventures in Many Lands" by Various
Just as he was about to set off, a loud roar, not twenty paces off, reached our ears.
"Adventures in Africa" by W.H.G. Kingston
They say as he's gone to heaven,
And shook off all worldly cares;
But I can't sight Bill in a halo
Set up on three blinded hairs.
"My Mate Bill" by Anonymous Oceania
Joe who listed pronouns,
Helen who loved men,
Sebastian who ruined himself,
Arthur who never said anything,
set off for eternity.
"Dawn" by Carlos Drummond de Andrade
Lightly forsaking the Spring mist as it rises,
the wild geese are setting off.
Have they learned to live
in a flowerless country?
"Seeing The Returning Geese" by Ise
It doesn't show varry mich thowt,
When aw'm left wi' all th' haasewark to do,
For fowk to set off an do nowt,
Net soa mich as to blacken a shoe.
"A Quiet Day" by John Hartley
Bring water, nard, and linen rolls!
Wash off all blood, set smooth each limb!
Then say:--"He was not wholly vile,
Because a king shall bury him."
"Stanzas In Memory Of The Author Of 'Obermann'" by Matthew Arnold
Th' foirs aght! an it stops aght for me!
Aw'il bother noa mooar wi' th' old freet!
Next time they set off for a spree,
They'st net leeav me th' foir to leet.
"A Quiet Day" by John Hartley
We wanted to travel the Vietnamese way, so we set off for Ga Ha Noi , Hanoi 's train station, to get our tickets.
Kylie Minogue Sets Off a "Timebomb" to Celebrate 25 Years In the Business.
Suicide bombers set off blasts at two American luxury hotels in Jakarta , Indonesia, killing eight people.
The suction cup wiggles, the mesh tilts against the screen, and it sets off the area of the screen to correspond with the joystick 's motions.
He sets off a slide here and another one there before the helicopter picks him up on a tight spine.
Chef's light touch sets off explosion of flavors.
The guys used the Free Beer and Hot Wings report today to discuss the Giants-Buccaneers game and the fireworks that the coaches set off after the controversial last play.
When Forrest Griffin tweeted a joke about rape, he set off a firestorm of anger among women and mothers.
A woman accused of setting off a massive manhunt Tuesday appeared in court Thursday in Anchorage.
Rams cornerback Cortland Finnegan is good at being bad and setting off opponents.
The arrest of a controversial Dutch cartoonist has set off a wave of protests.
Attorney General Eric Holder was exonerated and his good name restored following a barrage of unsubstantiated attacks set off by the House Oversight Committee.
A common concern among techs is setting off the SVRS while vacuuming.
Experts warned then that a pocket of the virus would someday evolve to infect humans, perhaps setting off a global pandemic.
The longest and oldest aircraft carrier in the US fleet has set off on its final voyage.
As before, the integrals over the off-diagonal set tend to zero rapidly and can be ignored in both the numerator and denominator.
Number variance of random zeros on complex manifolds, II: smooth statistics
For generic T (i.e. an open dense set of T ’s in any reasonable topology) the spectrum consists of the real line, where the spectrum is absolutely continuous, together with a ﬁnite number of simple eigenvalues (corresponding to solitons) off the real axis.
Some open problems in random matrix theory and the theory of integrable systems
Ultra-soft pseudo-potentials have been used, with a PW basis set with a kinetic energy cut-off of 30 Ry for the wavefunctions and 180 Ry for the charge density.
Turbo charging time-dependent density-functional theory with Lanczos chains
The set Vλ (respectively Uλ ) is given by the disjoint union of sets Vi,p (respectively Ui,p ), where the family of indices (i, p) can be read off from a special diagram introduced by Weyman; see [W1, Example (4.5)].
The defining ideals of conjugacy classes of nilpotent matrices and a conjecture of Weyman
The complete dephasing channel D is the channel that sets to zero all of the off-diagonal elements of a density matrix.
Additivity and Distinguishability of Random Unitary Channels