Disheveled and still panting, the man was bundled into the jeep and driven off to the security building.
"Tom Swift and The Visitor from Planet X" by Victor Appleton
By a slice of luck he might cheat Death, in which event, upon his recovery, he is bundled off to another prison.
"Sixteen Months in Four German Prisons" by Henry Charles Mahoney
Then came the day we drew our kit and carried off strange bundles to our homes.
"The Seventeenth Highland Light Infantry (Glasgow Chamber of Commerce Battalion)" by Various
Here, Thisbe, run and bundle the thing off to her room before any one sees her.
"Eventide" by Effie Afton
She could make no reply, but went off without speaking to pack up a bundle of the accused maiden's clothing.
"Dulcibel" by Henry Peterson
The good curate bundled off to spy for footprints in the orchard.
"Little Novels of Italy" by Maurice Henry Hewlett
I do, and there's nothing left for it but for me to make up my bundle and go off.
"Marcus: the Young Centurion" by George Manville Fenn
Ben-Ahmed helped to shove off the boat and bundle them in.
"The Middy and the Moors" by R.M. Ballantyne
Noddy had taken off the tights belonging to the circus company, and rolled them up in a bundle.
"Work and Win" by Oliver Optic
Letting you alone for this long, and then all of a sudden wanting you to be bundled right off to him!
"The Heart of Arethusa" by Francis Barton Fox
How to Shave a Bundle Off the Deficit: Spend Less on Nukes.
You'll need to cut a bundle of 30 to 50 young shoots, and strip off all the leaves and side twigs .
As is our yearly custom, I bundled Mrs Rayman into the car and off we went to a lodge in Northwestern Wisconsin to celebrate Thanksgiving.
Late in Rendition , in case you've been blind and deaf enough not to have cottoned to the drift, a tense Washington exchange on the legitimacy of bundling dark-skinned Americans off to secret prisons abroad takes place.
I even tie off a few bundles of Bouquet Garni to freeze and use during winter which I guess may be against the rules.
A more concrete approach to the construction of K-homology, close in spirit to that in the algebraic category, is to deﬁne the K-homology of M as K (Rn , Rn− M ), the Grothendieck group of complexes of vector bundles on Rn , exact off M for some closed embedding of M in Rn .
Quantum Field Theory and Representation Theory: A Sketch
For our enumerative purposes, this locus must therefore be subtracted off, with the correct multiplicity, to get the correct count of smooth curves with unbalanced normal bundle.
Normal bundles of rational curves in projective spaces
It is easy to see that ZS0 is the trivial disk bundle S 2 × D2 . (Either by drawing a Kirby diagram or by observing that any simple wrinkled ﬁbration with two cusps is homotopic to a bundle pro jection.) Thus there are exactly two ways to close off the ﬁbration, producing a summand ∼= S 2 × S 2 or S1 ∼= CP 2#CP 2 .
On 4-Manifolds, Folds and Cusps
The latter essentially begins with the connection A′ (thought of as a cut-off connection on Pk |V1 glued to a connection on a k = 1-bundle P1 |U10 ) and modiﬁes it on U∞ as follows.
Simple Type and the Boundary of Moduli Space
To start off, let us consider the case where the base manifold is a compact Riemann surface Σ equipped with a conformal metric and the vector bundle is a Hermitian line bundle L (i.e., with ﬁber C and a Hermitian metric h·, ·i on the ﬁbers).
From Symmetry Breaking to Topology Change I