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Dil: İngilizce
Hecelenişi: work
Ekler: works/worked/work·ing
Türü: fiil, isim


f. çalışmak, iş yapmak;
emek sarfetmek, uğraşmak, meşgul olmak;
vazifeli olmak, memuriyeti olmak;
başarılı olmak, iyi netice vermek;
etkilemek, tesir etmek;
çözmek, halletmek.

i. iş, çalışma, meşguliyet;
görev, vazife;
eser, kitap;
el işi;
çalışma yeri;
fabrika, tesis;
, argo. tüm;
sirke köpüğü;
sevap kazanılacak iş.
(sonek)... işi, -den yapılmış.

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  • Switching from investment-driven growth to consumption- driven growth doesnt have to happen all at once. China can make policy gradualism work again, but it has to act deliberately, and the job wont be easy. Political interests have aligned around the present model. Who knows whether Chinas weirdly impenetrable leadership even understands the issues?
  • I get through two days without anything going wrong. I find myself thinking about the ghosts a lot, and Suki. I wonder if I've done the right thing bailing on her. But I don't have any answers and somehow I know it's not right to go back until I've worked this stuff with the ghosts out.
  • What had that doctor said? A cascading effect. I could almost visualize the swirling chaos Doug might be feeling these days. The work taking so much of his time and attention, draining him from the better parts of his life. And even there, home life, family life, entertainmentwerent these all too on a slow decline? When it came down to it, perhaps he also worried about me. I knew that his ex had given up on their marriage in part because she always felt second fiddle to his job.
  • An assortment of brightly colored dice rolled out when she emptied it onto one of the tables. Benjin sucked in a breath, for these were not ordinary dice; each one was carved from a different type of gemstone, and they sparkled in the light. The faces of each die bore detailed designs, along with the etched value of that face. They ranged from four to eighteen sides, with several variations of each. Catrin didn't know the value of the stones themselves, but each of them was a work of art. Gauging by Benjin's reaction, she guessed they were very valuable indeed.
  • He was on his feet and putting on his work clothes. He tried to push everything out of his mind. He could feel another headache coming on and he didnt want it to get worse. He was getting so many headaches lately; he made a mental note to talk to his mother about it and walked out of his room and down the hall.
  • Thinking of how Noah was crumbling in the face of watching someone he cared for going through significant illnesses and injuries, she wondered what demons were hiding in his past, and how well did they really know about each others deep psyches. By covering her own past, and overlooking her hidden feelings, it cut her off from learning about the same things from Noah. Perhaps their whole relationship had been founded on some lie, fabricated from frequent episodes of adrenaline and danger. Before Noah, shed only had one other significant relationship that had ended in divorce. Her ex-husband Mark was an attorney, and he was yet another character in the long list of people that she would be happy to erase from the story of her life. She had suffered for two years with his verbally abusive behaviors, and it was a wonder that she had even made it through vet school. So many times she had thought about dropping out and running away. Like the animals she worked with, her flight or fight response was strong.
  • Louis Lumiere worked with his brother Auguste to create a motion picture camera superior to Edisons kinetoscope. The Lumieres endeavored to correct the flaws they perceived in the kinetoscope to create a machine capable of both sharper images and better illumination. The Cinmatographe weighed only 16 lbs. which allowed for ease of transportation and placement. As well, the cinematograph was manually operated by a hand-crank, opposed to Edisons electrically powered camera which could not be transported in any way. Furthermore, while Edisons kinetoscope could only be viewed by one person at a time through an eye piece, peepshow style, the cinematograph could be projected onto a screen to be viewed by a large audience of people simultaneously.
  • "What goes around, comes around," Colt growled, playing along. "You should be thankful we haven't turned your fat arse in to the authorities already." Buchanan glanced over at his assistant, whose head was practically buried in a pile of papers on the desk, working feverishly so that he didn't have to face his boss.
  • I wanted to ask what a Chupacabra was but we were entering the building and there was more security at the door. The guards were working in pairs. One of each pair stood idly by, watching the people entering. Since all the guards' faces had the same bored look I took it to mean that they were really watching everyone closely. The second of each pair was holding a wooden stick in their hand, about the size of a drumstick (music not chicken) and waving it over each person's body as they entered. All of the guards were wearing black cargo pants, boots, and black shirts that read "SuperCon Security" across the front and back.
  • "Exhaust system," Clavis replied. "All the smoke woulda choked us to death many times over from all the industry in here, so we piped it out up top. Most of the pipes upstairs have rusted away, but there's less moisture down here so we can still see 'em. But don't go touchin' 'em though, they're bound to crumble away under yer very fingers." They walked along the deserted street, passing building after building with heavy anvils still in place, though the dwarves who worked them had long since left. Aiden could almost feel a tremor running through the stone from the impact of dozens of hammers on anvils.
  • Those two disappeared from Talon's sight, but he didn't give them a second thought because his attention went to the Guardsmen standing by the woodpile. He watched him take his time working on another torch and noticing how preoccupied he was, Talon decided to make him his first victim. Talon walked out of the woods and into the cover of the burning fields. He moved through the field unnoticed and, in moments, he was crouched right outside of the woodpile. The Guardsmen had his back to Talon and was mumbling to himself as he was finishing the torch.
  • More than ever I wished to be home, but the hiring of men and purchase of animals crept along, despite my uncle's trips to the Burgfor it was there he primarily recruited. He'd hired a lead guidethe captain, as he was calleda man of considerable experience if few years, and a youth to act as helper. But there he stalled. He planned to take Joslin and Rothman along with few others of his own men, while the balance of his swains must stay to work the stead.
  • His friends approval meant everything to Longsword. He hurried after Delamere. "Listen, Richard," he said earnestly, "the mangonel will work, not as effectively, but it will still work at a greater distance. Its a trick I heard of once. We just load the sling with smaller missiles and fewer of them. So its lighter. The force of the release is the same but the sling will shoot farther because there isnt much weight in it."
  • In-depth knowledge of how a service works, in order to get the help they need.
  • Pa studied Seth, James, and Francine. "You shouldn't've dressed up to work with the dogs. Clean and neat is all we ask."
  • "Were working on other applications. This dog is dreaming. He was given a sedative along with a mild hallucinogen. Based on the areas active in his brain, we know that hes experiencing pleasure and that hes likely hunting. Hes using his sense of smell, sight, taste and hearing and even touch."
  • Shirin waved her hand and laughed again. "If you understand all this, why not just take the papers back to the palace and work with them there?" She was in the room now, her olive cheeks exquisitely shadowed by the partially open door, where flickering shadows played lightly through the brilliant sunshine. "Today Id rather hear you play your English instrument."
  • He looked down at where his shirt should be and saw bare skin. "Good question. I guess I'll have to cut this robe up and make it look like one. I could buy one in Taburdum if I had any money with me, but I don't think going back to Brinn to get money or another shirt is a good idea. Maybe something will work out when we get to Taburdum."
  • "We wrote to various people about Dan, people who could comment on his mathematical research. We sent along several of Dan's research papers and the response was enthusiastic. They agreed, to a man, that Dan was a first rate mathematician and his mathematical results were novel and exciting and broke new ground. But, now that I think of it, the responses were strange: they had never heard of this guy before. I remember going through the library trying to find the journals which had published his papers. Corrigan College is pretty small as colleges go and the library didn't subscribe to any of the journals. No one in the department had heard of the journals either, but that's not too surprising. Dan's area of research was pretty abstruse. There were perhaps a dozen people in the country who worked in the area, no more. And not too many journals carried research papers in that area."
  • "It's just that in the movies and stuff, you always see towns like this with old white guys in charge. The good ol' boys. But here, I don't know. This town is very... progressive. Black lady sheriff. Asian woman mayor. Lots of minority women in charge. All very beautiful." I don't know why I was talking to Ellis about these things. It was more that I was just working out my own questions and he just happened to be there. But now that I did take a moment to think about it, having all these women in power did seem a little unusual.
  • A curious mixture of relief and panic replaced the bleak resolve that had gripped Karla from the moment I glimpsed her at the Reapersden. I caught her eye and she graced me with a fleeting smile. But there was work to be done.
  • Kenward began the difficult process of dividing his crew and the inexperienced travelers between the two ships. They would be hard pressed to man both ships adequately, and everyone would have to work double shifts. Catrin and the others were assigned to experienced crewmen, to act as assistants and runners. Glad to be paired up with Bryn, Catrin would remain on the Stealthy Shark, where Benjin would serve as partner to Farsy.
  • It became clear wed have to bring in an institute of higher education, to handle the administration it was increasingly obvious Sarah wouldnt do, and to cross check and support her work. At least here I was successful. I spent a happy time trawling through academia till I found a university which would give it a good home. I remember one delightful afternoon, lost in conversation with a professor atAll Soulsin Oxford. I felt, if only I were to knock a little harder on their door, the academic community would let me back in, as one of their own. That is, they would if I abandoned staff and clients and all else Id created, to work on my project. It ended, as it was bound to do, with my business partner coming to wag a finger at my hour and a half on the phone, neglectful of fee-paying clients.
  • A few days' toil with a tractor and bulldozer had carved wide, muddy swatches into the woods. Pa and the negro men were working at the edge of an island of jungle. Pa had his shirt off. His shoulders were red from the sun, but I knew from our trips to the beach that what burned Ma or me would only tan Pa.
  • To return without running into those still pursuing him, Billy flew south, then targeted the battalion on their far left. He tried the tactic that worked so well earlier: ambushing the squads flying behind and above, then the squads sent to investigate the blasting. Removing the escorts would make it that much easier when his super-quads showed up.
  • "There would be better accommodation within the city than here," Midnight put forward. "And the carriage works pay well, I have heard."
  • Napoleon, with the dogs following him, now mounted on to the raised portion of the floor where Major had previously stood to deliver his speech. He announced that from now on the Sunday-morning Meetings would come to an end. They were unnecessary, he said, and wasted time. In future all questions relating to the working of the farm would be settled by a special committee of pigs, presided over by himself. These would meet in private and afterwards communicate their decisions to the others. The animals would still assemble on Sunday mornings to salute the flag, sing Beasts of England, and receive their orders for the week; but there would be no more debates.
  • She was racing to the finish now. By sunset she had the last of the peripheral totems done and this time they weren't going to let the lack of light stop them. The townsfolk made bonfires out of more sacrificed roof timbers and even dug out an ancient klieg light from some vault somewhere. All she had to do now to make the charm work was to connect the poles to each other.
  • Van Helsing went about her work systematically. Holding her candle so that she could read the coffin plates, and so holding it that the sperm dropped in white patches which congealed as they touched the metal, she made assurance of Lucas's coffin. Another search in her bag, and she took out a turnscrew.
  • After what seemed like an eternity, Mrs. Alexander placed the piece of chalk she was using behind her other ear and smiled at the class. "Ok, that's your introduction to light. Form up into your usual groups and take a project summary; you'll be working on this for the next few days."
  • Zacher said working relationships with Congress were ingredients of all seven second-term presidencies he classified as successful: Clinton, Ronald Reagan, Dwight Eisenhower, Theodore Roosevelt, Andrew Jackson, James Madison and George Washington.
  • Chance smiled. "As you know Jeremiah and I struck it rich and partnered with your company to work the find. No doubt you heard about this from your agent there."
  • Boeing said in a statement that its technical experts are working "around the clock" and are focused on "resolving the issue" and returning the 787 to service.
  • I started for the police car before she had even finished her question. "Ill let you and Seth work that out. Seth, Ill call you in a few hours to get the details. Gotta go." I was so excited I was almost bursting. I knew this was way more than Seth had been hoping for, and I did like that she wasnt pushy. I turned around just before opening the car door, "Oh, by the way, tell your boss Im only willing to roll the dice with you, no substitutes." If there were a facial expression classified as sheer joy, she was definitely wearing it.
  • "You want to tell me about inconvenience?" said the creature, its pointed ears splayed at conflicting angles. "Try taking an ocean voyage inside a box." He moved his head around in a slow circle, carefully stretching his neck muscles, then worked one shoulder back and forth to match. "Im getting to be nothing but a mess of hog-tied ligaments."
  • I nosed my way into the chamber and saw the physicians had returned and were tending to the kings leg. The queen was not in the room. As I got next to the bed I saw the king halfway sitting with one leg off the side of the bed. He appeared to be trying to get off the bed when he spotted me. "Amun!" he said, "Leave me alone, you quacks!" Brushing the physicians away. "Come Amun!" he said, patting the side of the bed. I jumped up to his side and he relaxed a bit as the room emptied. The king stroked my fur and said, "I was so foolish to think you had run away, but you were gone for so long!" I saw the genuine concern in his eyes as he spoke. The medicine must be working because his face didnt look as pained. I stayed by his side throughout the evening and never left it all night. The queen eventually came back and gave me the evil eye, but said nothing even as she retired to the bed.
  • 'You'll have to excuse him,' said the Princess. 'It probably looks a little melodramatic to you, but he does enjoy his home comforts, and he really works too much and doesn't relax enough, so I humour him.'
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  • Karlinis equations had resumed their winding and were beginning to flow into a structure. "The two arent inconsistent," Max said, his attention still on his scribbling. "Conservation works whether youre there or not. Establishment of a discontinuity requires the input of energy and imposition of a high degree of control. If you -"
  • I reached my father and leaped down. He knew what must be done, and with my help mounted. Another bullet flew by, cutting the leaves overhead, and we saw men running out of the gate. My father gestured me to the far side of Brownie, and off we went, me running as never before, the horse towing me along. Shots followed us but none came near as we reached the trees, working our way between and angling up the hillside.
  • "She doesnt need to be here," said a tall elf with green hair. "She is untrustworthy. She works for the Committee." ‘The Committeewas said like something a visiting dog had left on the lawn that was brown and stinky.
  • "I know a -- " Valentine searched for the word. " -- a profiteer who has access to hardened logic that the infowar doesn't work against."
  • The sailors on watch at the base of the gangplank were of no help to Geret as to where Salvor had headed, since the last large crates of supplies were cluttering the great dock, and dockworkers and deckhands were working and jostling everywhere. Geret trotted up the dock and entered the streets of the city. He wished now that hed pestered Sanych for details of where theyd gone, and whether Salvor had wanted to go anywhere in particular. He tucked that thought away for the next time he followed someone whod spent the day with a girl with perfect recall.
  • "It's the rich getting richer phenomenon," said Dane Stangler, Kauffman's director of research. "Because Washington has a concentration of high-growth companies, that attracts higher-skilled people to work there, which will attract more companies."
  • Billy was a big farm boy who had worked at the yard for a few years. He was clever and had a knack for getting equipment to work. Over the course a week, Jackie and Billy put the LTD together, taking the chassis from one car and dropping in an engine and transmission from another. That last day at the yard was the last time Jackie saw him. Joe Parker, the owner, had bought a case of Leinenkugels and some steaks, and fixed lunch for the workers. They sat around eating and talking about what they were going to do from there on. In the few months since Joe announced he was selling the property for a development, everyone seemed to have made a plan, except Jackie. The other workers assured him something would turn up, though nobody had any suggestions. Towards the middle of the afternoon, people started to leave, and there were handshakes and slaps on the back, and promises to stay in touch. However, Billy moved back to the farm a few weeks later, Joe left town in a new RV and the other workers scattered.
  • "Not as such," Torman replied. "He will be able to walk and talk and so forth. He will never be strong and he certainly wont be capable of working a field or any such labor." Torman looked down at the table and took a deep breath, already regretting what he was about to offer. "He is a smart enough lad and he seems keen to reading."
  • "Arvin, you've been through a lot and I think together we can work our way out of this mess but it means we are going to have to trust each other. What was the name?"
  • He had a fine technique I'd never seen before. Using sourdough that worked continuously on the trek, every two or three days he would mix a soft batch of dough. Tilting flat-bottomed pans before the fire, when they were well-heated he would slap handfuls of dough upon them, quickly baking a thin patty. Seasoned or not, when hot off the pan it was the favorite of all, nourishing body and soul both.
  • "Wait. He's got a big ugly muttit's tied outside when we're working to do the guard-dog act. And you saw those signs on the console."
  • "I guess," said the Creeping Sword. "But I dont care. Im getting rid of it as soon as I can. I dont want to cast spells. I tried it three times and it only worked right once."
  • He looks back in disgust. This slave, unto his honour, has my lords meat in himwhy should it thrive and turn to nutriment, when he is turned to poison? Oh, may diseases only work upont!
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  • She opened the heavy metal door and walked down the aisle of the storage room. At the third row of shelves she turned, and slipping around a crate worked her between the shelves to a large box beneath a gaudy pink alligator pinata that one of the pilots insisted on storing until Cinco de Mayo. She tossed the package into the box with the others and returned to her desk.
  • "That you do love me I do not doubt," Brutus assures the senator. "What you would work me to I have in some aim," he admits. "How I have thought of this, and of these times, I shall recount hereafter; at present I would not. So, with my love I might entreat you to be further moved; what you have said I will consider. What you have to say I will with patience hearand find a time meet both to hear and to answer such high things.
  • Abruptly, he grinned at her. One side of his face wasnt working very well, and the movement caused a ripple of pain to tide through his entire head, but he still slanted that devilish smirk at her. "Kiss me, Asta," he commanded.
  • But this led to worse: for having to admit the infallible design, I now began to admire it as an exquisite scheme of evil, and to accuse God of employing supreme knowledge and skill to gratify a royal lust of cruelty. For a month and more this horrible theory justified itself in all innocent daily sights. Throughout my country walks I "saw blood." I heard the rabbit run squeaking before the weasel; I watched the butcher crow working steadily down the hedge. If I turned seaward I looked beneath the blue and saw the dog-fish gnawing on the whiting. If I walked in the garden I surprised the thrush dragging worms from the turf, the cat slinking on the nest, the spider squatting in ambush. Behind the rosy face of every well-nourished child I saw a lamb gazing up at the butcher's knife. My dear Violet, that was a hideous time!
  • "And all this time, Pete and me been working in a shoe factory, runnin' after stupid little boxes and here we are sittin' on seven hundred million buck—"
  • "IwellI think that dads really frustrated with work right now. Maybe this guy can help." It wasnt a lie, but apparently the wards for truth on the table didnt put up with half-truths, either, and it was obvious that Arvin didnt believe me.
  • The house makes you think of work you hated doing and work you'll hate having to do. You helped paint the walls pink, Mom's second-favorite color. You helped turn the carport into the parents' bedroom by walling it with plywood, then painting the outside brown, Dad's favorite color, and the inside red, Mom's favorite. Parked on the lawn next to the house is a big red Chevy van. You helped convert it from a bread van into a camper by building shelves and beds and chair platforms, then painting the inside and outside red, like a barn on wheels. You don't know what project Dad will find for you next, but there will be one when you least expect or want it.
  • Theyd left Perth less than a week earlier, on Monday. David paid Big Ron two weeks rent in advance to keep his room for him, just in case the wheat bins idea didnt work out. This, he now thinks, is starting to look like a good move; hes had enough experience of Jim Corrigans schemes to know they often dont go as planned. He left the A40 parked over by the side fence, and he hopes Ron wont back the Kombi into it.
  • The doctor came back in to check on me and cleared me for release. When I asked Max if he was in trouble for not going back to work, he answered, "No, my boss started my leave of absence tonight instead of tomorrow. Im done working until we come back from our trip."
  • When he saw Peter Nelson from the control room leaning out of the outer rail, Briggs was tempted to confront him. He worked in the control room and had to know something of what was going on, and he was nowhere near as evasive as anyone else in engineering.
  • She sighed and shook it off. "When the fire was finally out and I got the heart to return home there, on my door, was a note that simply said: 'Next time pay your taxes.'" The distraught look on Merial's face turned to rage and Jeralyle blinked, having never seen such a thing from her. "All that my parents had worked for their entire lives, everything I hadAll gone within a night. No warning, no threat, no barter. He just burned it down to prove his point."
  • "Let me introduce Master Sergeant Saipele Manaea, your immediate commander and fiance. This is Miss Edith Lachey, your chaperon. They'll be with you at all times, day and night, at work or at home, at table or in bed."
  • There are several National parks of Nigeria. The Nigeria National Park Service (NNPS) is responsible for preserving, enhancing, protecting and managing vegetation and wild animals in the National Parks of Nigeria. The NNPS is a parastatal under the Federal Ministry of the Environment, and is headed by a Conservator General. It works closely with the Nigerian Tourism Development Corporation.
  • Emla was glad that Yash and Kemti were quick to agree to return with her and Iska. They both had small chambers within the Asataria where they usually worked and she had thought they might prefer to remain here. But in a short while, the four were walking rapidly away from the Buildings of Learning, Guards trotting behind and before them. The snow lay thickly piled beside the cleared pathways and was still falling, but in lazy flakes rather than the blinding blizzard that had begun days before.
  • I try to forget about it and get on with my work. I have a huge list to get through. I sit at my little desk and write grants and make phone calls all day. I present arguments for support and highlight all the ways we work to serve the overall well-being of the area. I tell everyone about how great the radio station is and how they should support it.
  • Disagreement etched lines into Olympias face. "I will not throw away this family for revenge. Listen, Calista, I too wanted to avenge your father. We had worked upon it, Koisis and I. We were going to assassinate Avaritus, however futile and difficult it may have been but I realize now, as you must, that to attempt any such thing would be tantamount to suicide! I do not want to leave that man drawing breath any moment longer than necessary but neither would I have our own breaths halted in the quest for mindless retaliation."
  • "Really?" Aiden said, taking the lenses back and looking through them, puzzled. "Maybe they don't work well on people who already see well at night. Anyway, there's not a lot else of interest here, just a few scrolls and pieces of parchment. Oh, that reminds me..." Aiden carefully leaned over and fetched his gloves from the floor, paying particular interest to the formerly enchanted one, its gemstone still glittering in the faint light.
  • Australian literature has also been influenced by the landscape; the works of writers such as Banjo Paterson, Henry Lawson, and Dorothea Mackellar captured the experience of the Australian bush. The character of the nation's colonial past, as represented in early literature, is popular with modern Australians. In 1973, Patrick White was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature, the first Australian to have achieved this. Australian winners of the Man Booker Prize have included Peter Carey and Thomas Keneally; David Williamson, David Malouf, and J. M. Coetzee, who recently became an Australian citizen, are also renowned writers, and Les Murray is regarded as "one of the leading poets of his generation".
  • But that was what he was asking and Summer wouldnt lie. She had told her two eldest the truth about Jody, not just his death and the exact manner it had been achieved, but about his drinking, why they were divorced, why after they were divorced Skye had arrived. That he loved them, that she didnt understand why he was gone, so many things Summer had said that were the truth, even if they were also confusing as hell not only to her kids, but still to herself. Jody had crawled right back where hed been since the end of March, even if Summer had been worked over to the nth degree.
  • I went to work myself: delicious, blissful predicate logic, practice on a computer, a blissful, wonderful computer program. The program, named after Dr Lemmon the logician, was called LemonAid. It consisted of puzzles: abstract propositions to be proven from abstract propositions by simple logical steps. Why did I enjoy this program so much? Well, I guess it was just because of the step-wise increase in difficulty. Id get a sense of achievement from each problem I solved. The program would simply saycorrectwhen the right answer was obtained. That was all I needed. I worked my way through them. Here, unlike the rest of philosophy, was a system where there was a right answer.
  • "You don't think filling your display window with several pieces of other artists' works turns away customers. Only mine."
  • After supper he conversed for half an hour with Mademoiselle Baptistine and Madame Magloire; then he retired to his own room and set to writing, sometimes on loose sheets, and again on the margin of some folio. He was a man of letters and rather learned. He left behind him five or six very curious manuscripts; among others, a dissertation on this verse in Genesis, In the beginning, the spirit of God floated upon the waters. With this verse he compares three texts: the Arabic verse which says, The winds of God blew; Flavius Josephus who says, A wind from above was precipitated upon the earth; and finally, the Chaldaic paraphrase of Onkelos, which renders it, A wind coming from God blew upon the face of the waters. In another dissertation, he examines the theological works of Hugo, Bishop of Ptolemais, great-grand-uncle to the writer of this book, and establishes the fact, that to this bishop must be attributed the divers little works published during the last century, under the pseudonym of Barleycourt.
  • Electricity was humming in the air waiting for the surge of Carnival. The alleyways were flooded with children and whores working on their Samba costumes for the upcoming carnival parade. Waiting for their moment to look pretty in a life of ugliness.
  • "I say we try it," Vohl said. "I'll go first. You heard the gods. I cannot die. If it works, follow me. If it sends me to the void, don't"
  • Daniel closed his eyes and instantly went to work on the inside of Samuels body. He analyzed his grandsons brain waves, neurons, and motor functions, and then extrapolated the data.
  • "Blast your filthy gasbag of a mouth!" Sir Giles said. "You've made me forget to ask one thing. Does it work in time as well as space? We must try, we must try." He sat down, picked up the Crown, and sat frowning at the Divine Letters.
  • "I can do it," Sayana replied stubbornly, "I just need to throw more energy into it." Again, she concentrated, drawing in power, focusing it in one place, and this time, a roaring ball of fire materialised between her outstretched hands, that she promptly tossed at the nearby siege engines. The fireball blazed through the air and struck the ground near the closer of the two, detonating with considerable force, and sending the bodies of the engineers working at the engine flying through the air, to land in the snow some twenty feet away, charred and smouldering.
  • "So, keeping this concept of mechanical resonance in mind, we look to some more modern work. Late in the 21st century, M-Theory was an attempt to describe the theory of everything. Almost two centuries earlier, Einstein, after his breakthroughs in relativity and light, had focused what some call wasted efforts on a theory of everything. He believed that everything should be able to be explained, measured, and observed. Heisenberg showed that we could either know where a particle is or how fast it is moving, but not both at the same time. Einstein just could not accept this and worked on a counter theory until the day he died.
  • "'Tut, tut,' said he. 'I am quite sure that a man of your intelligence will see that there can be but one outcome to this affair. It is necessary that you should withdraw. You have worked things in such a fashion that we have only one resource left. It has been an intellectual treat to me to see the way in which you have grappled with this affair, and I say, unaffectedly, that it would be a grief to me to be forced to take any extreme measure. You smile, sir, abut I assure you that it really would.'
  • "Aren't you finished playing yet, husband? There's work to do," Gildea snapped. Sometimes Edric became indignant when she said such things to him, but this time he just sighed. The Patroness continued, "Financial matters need to be discussed. The monthly report on tax revenues is ready and there are expenditures we need to make."
  • Because a sorceress, or sorcerer for that matter, is a lot more powerful than a witch or wizard. It's like the difference between aa ... Well put it this way, witches and wizards learn their craft over many years; they're humans with a natural talent for magic that can be developed. But a sorcerer is a magical creature from birthnot humannot exactly. We can ask this sorceress to do a finding spell on old Askphritthe ?????'. It's got a much better chance of working than the one the witches did.'
  • The difference isn't as stark as it may seem. Despite the power-to-the-masses image Jackson outlines, he confesses to not being able to get Apple to tell him what they are looking for, if not academic credentials. Without some filtering process, Apple would be forced to do little other than interview candidates, given the number of people who would love to work for the Cupertino Kings.
  • Holli replied bluntly. "And that's all I am here for. I'm not requiring you to accept all of my decisions. As you once said, the safety of this town is ultimately your responsibility. If you think I have made a misjudgment, by all means call the wizard back. I will continue to advise you in whatever decision you make. If you want the wizard to attempt spells, I will do what I can to work it into my plans. Remember, I'm not here to take control. I am here to help. It is simply my judgment that, when dealing with dwarves, a novice wizard is more of a danger than an advantage, especially a wizard that is capable of what he is capable of. Do you disagree?"
  • I thanked him for trusting me on this work and i assured him that we'll win whatever the competitions were.I asked him for a broucher to fill in me with details.
  • Sallis continued. "But I'm also about justice. I won't just pull anybody in. For one thing, I know Markan justice doesn't work that way."
  • Zapolska created acrimonious and embiterred literary characters, such as those in her best-known works, Moralnoć pani Dulskiej, abusia, Ich czworo. Tragedia ludzi gupich, Sezonowa mioć, and Panna Maliczewska.
  • The streamlined luxury super yacht made its way east from Kilindini Harbor into the open ocean. There were many jobs to be done and the ships crew worked through the night stowing supplies and beginning the everyday tasks that would take them through the nearly thousand-mile journey to the Seychelles.
  • "First, her bedchamber," says Giacomo, "where I confess I slept not, but profess it had that which was well worth watching!" Leonatuss face turns scarlet as Giacomo continues: "It was hung with tapestry of silk and silver thread: the story of proud Cleopatra when she met her Roman on Cydnus"—the river where she first met Antony. "It swelled above its banks under the press of boatsor from pride!—a piece of work so bravely done, so rich, that workmanship and value did strive in itat which I wondered it could be so rarely and exactly wrought, since the true life oft was—"
  • Annie was a bag of nerves by now. "We can work on the garden tomorrow. You two boys go east, while Joe Joe and I will walk west. If you see her, bring her back and then come find us."
  • Sometimes I wrote at the store. I carried a spiral bound notebook with me. I was always thinking of things while I stared out the front window. Might as well not waste them. But lately I had not been doing that either. Didnt think of much at work besides being robbed again.
  • I found myself walking to the box of trashcan liners while they talked. Figured I might as well look like I did some work while I was there.
  • "She's filled out a little, and is darn good looking herself," Vicky smiled. "She works as a sports reporter on some cable network out of New York, moonlights as a model and on some kids' TV show." She shook her head and continued, "She had a couple guests with her I didn't recognize, a cute little blonde and her husband. God, I don't believe it."
  • Giacomo shakes his head sadly. "Lamentable. What?—to hide from the radiant sun, and take solace ithe dungeon with a snuff?"—one who extinguishes a taper to do her work.
  • Kaymin glanced at Jian, who nodded once briefly in confirmation. He then hid a frown. He had at first assumed, of course, that the avalanches were the further work of Kauric, but the fact that Gaal actually appeared responsible threw him. "Why?" he finally blurted.
  • Alom shook at the horror of what he had done, but he worked quickly to cut a hole in the cage and then began to free Danodel from his bonds. ‘Well,’ he said, ‘this is a road theres no going back on. Where do we run to now?’
  • "It doesnt quite work asmumma,’ Ive noticed," chortled Mr. Conor. "It sounds like a sort of stinky cheese, dont you agree? ‘Wheres Mumma?’ ‘I need to go, Mummas waiting for me ...’ "
  • The painter shuddered in spite of himself. "Dorian, if I told you, you might like me less than you do, and you would certainly laugh at me. I could not bear your doing either of those two things. If you wish me never to look at your picture again, I am content. I have always you to look at. If you wish the best work I have ever done to be hidden from the world, I am satisfied. Your friendship is dearer to me than any fame or reputation."
  • The Pounceys are butchers in the town, and well known as opponents of Mr White and supporters of the Cavaliers. But I doubted that they would go so far as to kill him. However, it was true that in my apothecarys work I meet many people of all sorts, and might learn more; so I promised to see what I could find, and hurried back to Agnes and supper.
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