Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
OE. rusten, risten, resten, Icel. rst, to thrust, press, force, compel; perhaps akin to E. threat,
He beckoned to the police official, who hurried to his side, and thrust the receiver into his hand.
"Astounding Stories of Super-Science, October, 1930" by Various
He bent over him, thrust at him with ungentle hand.
"Slaves of Mercury" by Nat Schachner
Then with what curiosity I paddled my fingers in it afterwards, again to stiffen, thrust, wriggle, and spend.
"My Secret Life, Volumes I. to III." by Anonymous
Jack rose suddenly, thrust his hands in his pockets, and walked out into the twilight.
"Hope Mills" by Amanda M. Douglas
Some curtains opposite him were suddenly thrust aside.
"The Moving Finger" by E. Phillips Oppenheim
The latter also counted it, and thrust it in his pocket.
"Gold" by Stewart White
Then he thrust it into his pocket and turned once more to the two lads.
"The Boy Allies with the Cossacks" by Clair W. Hayes
There's thrust on the balloon.
"Where I Wasn't Going" by Walt Richmond
He thrust open the door of his room and jerked a blanket from the sacks which Zephyr had left there.
"Blue Goose" by Frank Lewis Nason
Scotty thrust the spear gun forward.
"The Wailing Octopus" by Harold Leland Goodwin
He dared not fling the body in
For fear of faces dim
And arms were waved in the wild water
To thrust it back to him.
"The Ballad Of Judas Iscariot" by Robert Williams Buchanan
And softly she sought a crevice
In that barrier blank and tall,
And shyly she thrust out through it
Her loveliest bud of all.
"Thisbe" by Helen Gray Cone
Like a painted thing, and deadly.
Then from the cloud's side flickered
Sharp lightning, thrusting madly
At the cowering fields.
"The Fugitive" by John Freeman
Down with disdain earth's pomp I thrust,
Bid tempting wealth away:
Heav'n is not made of yellow dust,
Nor bliss of glitt'ring clay.
"The Believer's Principles : Chap. V." by Ralph Erskine
For the sick earth would not keep him;
Each time it thrust him out,
And they that would have buried him
Stood shuddering round about.
"The Ballad of Lost Souls" by John Oxenham
And brewed they well or brewed they ill,
The priests thrust in their rods,
First tasted, and then drank their fill,
And shouted, with one voice and will,
"Behold the drink of gods!"
"The Brewing Of Soma" by John Greenleaf Whittier
The narrative thrust, of course, had been the contest to win $1 million, and the mystery of who among the 16 rivals would finally reign.
The last US convoy had hardly crossed into Kuwait on Sunday when Iraq was thrust into new and potentially dangerous political turmoil.
Hedo Turkoglu's injury could thrust rookies into significant roles.
USC's redshirt freshman quarterback was thrust into the spotlight earlier this week after the Trojans (7-4) announced that starter Matt Barkley (shoulder) would be out for the Notre Dame game.
Mechanic Coby Sherman of Fairhope tests hydraulic functions on a CFM56 thrust reverser at then-Goodrich Corp.'s Alabama Service Center in Foley, Ala.
One of the leaders of the famed 1973 occupation of Wounded Knee, he helped thrust the plight of Native Americans into the national spotlight.
1948 Chevy Pickup American Racing Torq Thrust II Wheels.
And they sometimes find themselves thrust into roles that law school never prepared them for, like becoming bouncers at the Academy Awards.
It has also thrust the 41-year-old Gordon into the headlines.
A request for Google search records among other online documents in the Thomas Bray rape trial has been thrust into the national spotlight.
In his NFL rookie season, Jonte Green has been thrust into playing time for the Detroit Lions.
Ebersol's successor will be thrust into spotlight when coverage begins.
Sasha and Malia Thrust Into Fashion Roles.
Thrust , Horsepower And Rear Tire Handling.
Thrust And Horsepower When you look at a dyno chart, you see that a bike might have a horsepower rating of 65 at 4000 rpm.
The main thrust of these papers was to study the “maximal alphabet” (maximum number of messages, N) that can be deterministically transmitted using a given partially entangled state.
Phase boundaries in deterministic dense coding
The main thrust of the proof of Theorem 3.1 is to show that Q is a strongly closed 2-subgroup of T with respect to G where T ∈ Syl2(H ).
A 3-local characterization of Co_2
There are some ad hoc ﬁxes for this but we will not go into these since that would take us too far from our main thrust; but, it is worth noting that the kinds of isotropies that cause the problem tend to be restricted to low values of the parameters.
Caustics, counting maps and semi-classical asymptotics
The primary scientiﬁc thrust is to obtain images and low-resolution spectroscopy of brown dwarfs and young Jovian mass exoplanets in the vicinity of stars within 50 pc of the Sun.
A New High Contrast Imaging Program at Palomar Observatory
It is worth noting at this point, an existing related resummation of a variable called the ‘beam thrust’, essentially deﬁned as the ET weighted by exp(−η ) .
Phenomenological aspects of new physics at high energy hadron colliders