Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
L. labyrinthus, Gr. laby`rinthos: cf. F. labyrinthe,
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
Fr. labyrinthe—L. labyrinthus—Gr. labyrinthos; akin to laura, a passage.
Shall I double and take refuge in a labyrinth of subterfuge or turn and fight?
"The Tinder-Box" by Maria Thompson Daviess
But the presence of Rachel afforded no clew to the labyrinth.
"Red Pottage" by Mary Cholmondeley
It is strange to be reminded in this blooming labyrinth of the dusty suburb roads and villa gardens of London.
"Sketches and Studies in Italy and Greece" by John Addington Symonds
Who has said one word on this labyrinth of detail, which bewilders you more and more as you enter into it?
"The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. II. (of 12)" by Edmund Burke
When evening came the guards led him away to the labyrinth.
"Young Folks Treasury, Volume 2 (of 12)" by Various
We have arrived at a point from which the issue of the labyrinth is clearly visible.
"The Reign of Henry the Eighth, Volume 1 (of 3)" by James Anthony Froude
But Miss Suydam and Mr. Malcourt were not in the labyrinth.
"The Firing Line" by Robert W. Chambers
He rodes the waves, and threaded a labyrinth of ugly stones, and shot an unobstructed channel, and evaded a menacing drift.
"The Day of the Beast" by Zane Grey
Crete, labyrinth of Minos in, 92.
"The Age of Erasmus" by P. S. Allen
Time was her labyrinth, in which Hunilla was entirely lost.
"The Piazza Tales" by Herman Melville
Still a soft haze of delicate hyacinth
Broods o'er the sky-line, floating faint and far;
Still on the edge of night's vast labyrinth
Shines the clear vesper-star.
"Autumn" by Clinton Scollard
For there, the ever tranquil mind,
On calm Religion resting,
May in each lonely labyrinth find
The DEITY, whose boundless pow'r
Directs the blast, or tints the flow'r—
No mortal foe molesting.
"The Deserted Cottage" by Mary Darby Robinson
The castle was built in times unknown to history,
But 'tis said it belonged to the Douglas family;
And the inside is a labyrinth of broken staircases,
Also ruined chambers and many dismal places.
"Beautiful North Berwick" by William Topaz McGonagall
To-morrow—what? And what of yesterday?
Through soundless labyrinths of dream you pass,
Through many doors to the one door of all.
Soon as it's opened we shall hear a music:
Or see a skeleton fall . . .
"The House Of Dust: Part 03: 03:" by Conrad Potter Aiken
With such a dark quest in desirous eyes,
From the ancient East, as through a silent gate
In the mind's city and labyrinth of thought,
Those Magian Kings, of knowledge satiate,
Of riches satiate, and forlornly wise,
Down desert gorges brought
"The Sirens" by Robert Laurence Binyon
They came with war-whoop, following each other, like a thread,
Through the long labyrinth of trees, in sunless archway spread;
Their gnarled trunks in shadowy lines rose dimly, few by few,
Mail'd in their mossy armouring,--a pathless avenue!
"The Wolf-Drove" by Thomas Stoddart
Beneath Every City Is A Labyrinth of Last Names.
Local resident creates a labyrinth .
The couple hope that visitors to the site will use the labyrinth for various purposes including as a place of meditation.
Labyrinth of Passions is no exception.
"I had participated in labyrinths in my youth group in church in Minnesota," she said.
After she died, Brault asked Labyrinth Network Northwest to lead the sessions.
Veresh said she knows of private labyrinths close to Greenville and public labyrinths in Grand Rapids, but to her knowledge, the labyrinth at St Paul Lutheran Church is the only public labyrinth in the Greenville area.
According to the brochure, labyrinths have been used as meditation and prayer tools.
"The Princess Bride" and " Labyrinth ": Movie Tickets.
Amnesia Labyrinth , vol 1.
Millions of Puppy Mummies in Egypt Labyrinth .
Advice for navigating "The Pentagon Labyrinth ".
"The Pentagon Labyrinth " discussion.
Labyrinths have long been used as meditation tools.
Obama To Meet CEOs To Negotiate Regulatory Labyrinth .
Such processes are known to occur as well in disordered or poorly connected media in which the subdiffusion process can be studied e.g. by the ‘ant in a labyrinth’ model of de Gennes describing a particle constrained to diffuse through a percolation cluster .
Black Holes, Space-Filling Chains and Random Walks
Once we draw, for every x, d, d′ , an oriented edge from (x, d) to (x + d′ , d′ ), we are left with a rather labyrinthic picture. A better choice, it seems, is to consider Γ, the dual of the graph G whose vertices are the points of Z2 and whose oriented edges are the pairs of nearest-neighbor relations.
Recurrence for persistent random walks in two dimensions
The problem of random walk on a percolation cluster — the ‘ant in the labyrinth’ — has received much attention both in the physics and the mathematics literature.
Random walk on the incipient infinite cluster for oriented percolation in high dimensions
In two dimensions an even higher number of dynamical regimes can be expected to appear due to discreteness, since the continuous FCGL equation already exhibits a variety of patterns such as spirals, labyrinths, stripes, hexagons, etc (see e.g. ).
Breaking chirality in nonequilibrium systems on the lattice
Lauritsen, and S. ˚Aberg, 2004, in The Labyrinth in Nuclear Structure, edited by A.
Random Matrices and Chaos in Nuclear Physics