• WordNet 3.6
    • n bridged-T a circuit consisting of a T-network with an additional shunt bridging the two series circuits
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  • Proverb
    “Don't cross the bridge till you come to it.”
  • Gene Brown
    Gene Brown
    “The bridges that you cross before you come to them are over rivers that aren't there.”


In literature:

I wish to Heaven he hadn't taken part in that bridge contest!
"Out of the Depths" by Robert Ames Bennet
I won't cross that bridge until I come to it.
"The Vagrant Duke" by George Gibbs
You haven't, however, told me where the railroad bridge is.
"The Greater Power" by Harold Bindloss
We don't want to be compelled to rush to London before we can build a bridge.
"Ireland as It Is" by Robert John Buckley (AKA R.J.B.)
You won't play bridge, you can't sing or make shadow pictures or imitate any one.
"The Gorgeous Girl" by Nalbro Bartley
I can't walk on water, and there is neither boat or bridge.
"The Two Mittens and the Little Play Mittens" by Frances Elizabeth Barrow
But isn't it a shame to see how they had to smash that splendid bridge!
"The Boy Scouts on Belgian Battlefields" by Lieut. Howard Payson
It isn't above a quarter of a mile's difference to me going by Pooley Bridge instead of Dallmaine.
"Marion Fay" by Anthony Trollope
Don't cry hurrah till you are over the bridge.
"Life and Literature" by J. Purver Richardson
If he don't look out he'll go over the side of the bridge.
"Anything Once" by Douglas Grant

In poetry:

'T was All Souls' night, and to and fro
The quick and dead together walked,
The quick and dead together talked,
On Kingston Bridge.
"On Kingston Bridge" by Ellen Mackay Hutchinson Cortissoz
A pale flickering. Gone.
The Tantramar marshes
and the smell of salt hay.
An iron bridge trembles
and a loose plank rattles
but doesn't give way.
"The Moose" by Elizabeth Bishop
An' soon ol' quartermaster Bill
An' me made friends, as seamen will,
Without much else t' do,
An' Bill wuz on th' bridge that night,
T' kinda see that things went right,
An' sort o' visit too.
"Signal Bill" by Burt Franklin Jenness
You're ollers quick to set your back aridge,
Though 't suits a tom-cat more 'n a sober bridge:
Don't you get het: they thought the thing was planned;
They'll cool off when they come to understand.
"Mason And Slidell: A Yankee Idyll" by James Russell Lowell
We'll ford er swim the river, becos there ain't no bridge;
We'll foot the gulches careful, an' lope along the ridge;
We'll take the trail to Nowhere, an' travel till we tire,
An' camp beneath a pine-tree, an' sleep beside the fire.
"How Spring Comes To Shasta Jim" by Henry Van Dyke
Sir George Tyron was on the bridge at the moment of the accident
With folded arms, seemingly quite content;
And seeing the vessel couldn't be saved he remained till the last,
And went down with the "Victoria" when all succour was past.
"The Loss of the 'Victoria'" by William Topaz McGonagall

In news:

Don't take the Brooklyn Bridge .
Michigan voters say they don't need to weigh in on whether new bridges or tunnels are built between their state and Canada .
The 72-year-old pavement on the Columbia River bridge near Kettle Falls is getting a long-overdue face lift, but it won't be entirely painless for drivers.
Mother Nature cooperated, but firefighters still couldn't completely contain the Taylor Bridge fire, burning east of Cle Elum.
What it doesn't have is a bridge.
When he didn't have the answers to all the questions about what the Columbia River Crossing wanted to do about a new bridge, he brought in experts.
Many of the names contained in the article about the re-opening of the 103rd Street Pedestrian Bridge in Manhattan were fabricated by reporting intern Liane Membis, and the quotes couldn't be independently verified.
But Tennessee Department of Transportation Commissioner John Schroer said a feasibility finding doesn't automatically mean there's a new bridge coming.
They're wondering why they can't rehabilitate the bridge instead of demolishing it.
Flatiron 's sale will be the latest change for one of the largest bridge builders in the US But the company didn't start out as a bridge builder.
Port Mann Bridge toll doesn't go far enough, says expert.
It's a huge accomplishment for a bridge that 'couldn't be built.
Rock Bridge volleyball can't get past Hannibal in district semifinals.
The legacy surrounding the Dreibelbis Station Bridge isn't just about historic architecture and family history.

In science:

Define also the process X (t) = B(cid:0)F (t)(cid:1), t ∈ R, where B is a Brownian-bridge process independent of F . (Such a B is available up to enlarging the basic probability d−→ X in the space (Ω, A, P )).
An Anscombe-type theorem
E is the expectation with respect to the law of the Brownian bridge which starts at 0 at time 0 and ends at x at time t, and : exp : is the Wick ordered exponential, see [Alberts-Khanin-Quastel-12b] and references therein for more details.
Lectures on integrable probability
One thermometer located in the neck above the sample chamber is connected to the same bridge as the sample thermometer and is used to control δT . A second thermometer in the neck is used with a second bridge to determine the absolute temperature of the neck and is commercially calibrated for H = 0.
The random-field specific heat critical behavior at high magnetic concentration: Fe(0.93)Zn(0.07)F2
Going further, any bridging theorem , i.e., one that translates a concrete notion into abstract terms involving the ultraproduct, becomes available as a definitional vehicle to reformulate that notion in a suitably rich category. T.
A Survey of Ultraproduct Constructions in General Topology
However, at the temperature T ∗ = 2.6 − 2.65K new sharp step arises, evidencing the abrupt dramatic increase in the critical current of the S − SF − S bridge below this temperature.
Proximity Effect and Spontaneous Vortex Phase in Planar SF-Structures