Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
OE. plien, F. plier, to fold, to bend, fr. L. plicare,; akin to Gr. , G. flechten,. Cf. Apply Complex Display Duplicity Employ Exploit Implicate Plait Pliant Flax
The boatmen used to run their boats at one time on the beach opposite the end of Water-street and ply for hire.
"Recollections of Old Liverpool" by A Nonagenarian
He proceeds next, probably, to ply his ordinary task on another spot with an indifferent air, that he may not attract attention.
"The Parables of Our Lord" by William Arnot
I could not tell if the sailor had heard the sound, but he seemed to ply his paddle with even greater vigour than before.
"Manco, the Peruvian Chief" by W.H.G. Kingston
If Olding doesn't ply him briskly with his guns, the chase will get away after all.
"The Missing Ship" by W. H. G. Kingston
The brig did not fire at us, as to do so she would have had to yaw and thus lose ground, while we continued to ply her with our long gun.
"Peter the Whaler" by W.H.G. Kingston
As we had put plenty of dryers in the paint, and the sun was hot on Sunday, by Monday forenoon we were able to ply as usual.
"Peter Trawl" by W. H. G. Kingston
He was quickly, however, plied with eager questions by many others, to which he could but briefly reply.
"The Settlers" by William H. G. Kingston
A tug plied daily between Boston and the island on which Fort Warren is situated.
"The Narrative of a Blockade-Runner" by John Wilkinson
The first thing to do would be to ply the scissors to the red curls.
"Tess of the Storm Country" by Grace Miller White
He said he had several of these boats plying to Traverse des Sioux.
"Old Rail Fence Corners" by Various
For not upon a tranquil lake
Our pleasant task we ply,
Where all along our glistening wake
The softest moonbeams lie;
"Fifth Sunday After Trinity" by John Keble
We, elder ones, sit up more late,
And tasks unfinished ply,
But, gently busy, watch and wait—
Dear sister, you and I,
To hear the Father, with soft tread,
Coming to carry us to bed.
"Bedtime" by George MacDonald
O wild-reävèn west winds; as you do roar on,
The elems do rock an' the poplars do ply,
An' weäve do dreve weäve in the dark-water'd pon',--
Oh! where do ye rise vrom, an' where do ye die?
"Jenny Out Vrom Hwome" by William Barnes
'But tell me, child, your choice; what shall I buy
You?'—'Father, what you buy me I like best.'
With the sweetest air that said, still plied and pressed,
He swung to his first poised purport of reply.
"The Handsome Heart" by Gerard Manley Hopkins
Then on the cheek of the honester nation that grows,
All for their love of you, not for your woes,
There shall lie
Tears that shall be to your souls as the dew to the rose;
Afterward thanks, that the present yet knows
Not to ply!
"The Conquerors" by Paul Laurence Dunbar
For them no trumpet sounds the call, no poet plies his arts
They only hear the beating of their gallant, loving hearts.
But they have sung with silent lives the song all songs above?
The holiness of sacrifice, the dignity of love.
"Women Of The West" by George Essex Evans
Conyers engineer plied his trade in Pacific Theater of WWII.
Legendary Tennessee Moonshiner Plied His Trade to the End.
Gambler says Wynn plied him with prostitutes.
Ply -Cycle is Ready to Roll.
Montreal, QC, Sep 12, 2012 — Huge freighters from all over the world ply the waters of the St Lawrence River on their way to the Great Lakes.
So this means more motorists plying the freeways in an improving economy.
Rapper Plies scored a major victory in court last week, when a judge overturned a verdict against the him over 2006 shooting.
Watercraft of all kinds ply the Columbia River, with twinkling lights reflected on the waves.
They say Evanko plied them with alcohol and pornography.
Rounding Brant Point, Steamship Authority plies the 30-mile route to Nantucket .
The program will be held at the PLI's New York Center at 810 Seventh Avenue, New York.
Part of the appeal of the Regent 's Canal is the hundreds of colorful houseboats that ply its waters.
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When not plying the waters around Annapolis, he heads 45 minutes southeast to Georgetown to row out of the Potomac Boat Club.
This is not a victimless crime, as it defrauds the public purse out of huge sums of money and undercuts those traders who ply an honest trade.
Spec (Pli j=1 C · eij )) split off from and stacked over that point (more precisely, Spec Z (Ri )red ) and are dominated/shadowed by that cloud (i.e.
Azumaya-type noncommutative spaces and morphisms therefrom: Polchinski's D-branes in string theory from Grothendieck's viewpoint
Apin the spectral domain, i.e. the operator T t plying this operator to an input signal f gives the wavelet coeﬃcients of f at scale t.
Wavelets on Graphs via Spectral Graph Theory
An ( f ) ≤ l whenever f ∈ intKa Hence, by (12), lim supn→¥ 1 l, whereas (13) imn log An ( f ) ≥ l for any f 6∈ Ka plies that lim infn→¥ 1 l.
Stretched Polymers in Random Environment
Since we ad dress only heat-con duc tion prob lems only the heat en ergy terms of eq. (5) is at is sue that yields sim ply the so-called lo cal ther mal en tropy gen er a tion (TEG) [15, 22].
Research Note on a Parabolic Heat-Balance Integral Method with Unspecified Exponent: An Entropy Generation Approach in Optimal Profile Determination
Xinlan, “On the two-plied oriented percolation on the square lattice and its critical probability function” (in Chinese).
Degenerate random environments