juttu englanniksi   bit fi, avocation fi, fable fi, big deal fi, anecdote fi, article fi, story fi, item fi, thingy fi, issue fi, yarn fi, business fi, bag fi


: ux|en|A horse hates having a bit put in its mouth.

: ux|en|a threepenny bit

: ux|en|A quarter is two bits.

: ux|en|There were bits of paper all over the floor.   Does your leg still hurt? / Just a bit now.   Ive done my bit; I expect you to do yours.

: ux|en|Ill be there in a bit; I need to take care of something first.   He was here just a bit ago, but it looks like hes stepped out.

: ux|en|Id like a big bit of cake, please.

: Am I bored? Not a bit of it!

*: My young companion was a bit of a poet.

: ux|en|His bit about video games was not nearly as entertaining as the other segments of his show.

: rfquotek|Knight

: rfquotek|Knight

: Thats a bit too sweet.

: Your dog bit me!

: I have been bit by your dog!

: ux|en|Even though hes bit, of course the zombies would still chase him.

: status bits on IRC; permission bits in a file system

*: The researchers found that the original texts spanned a variety of entropy values in different languages, reflecting differences in grammar and structure.
But strangely, the difference in entropy between the original, ordered text and the randomly scrambled text was constant across languages. This difference is a way to measure the amount of information encoded in word order, Montemurro says. The amount of information lost when they scrambled the text was about 3.5 bits per word.

*: But though she could neither sleep nor rest in her bed, yet, having no avocation from it, she was found there by her father at his return from Allworthys, which was not till past ten oclock in the morning.

*: But yield who will to their separation,

*: My object in living is to unite

*: My avocation and my vocation

*: As my two eyes make one in sight.

*: Old wives fables.

*: We grew / The fable of the city where we dwelt.

*: It would look like a fable to report that this gentleman gives away a great fortune by secret methods.

*: The moral is the first business of the poet; this being formed, he contrives such a design or fable as may be most suitable to the moral.

*: He Fables not.

*: Vain now the tales which fabling poets tell.

*: He fables, yet speaks truth.

*: The hell thou fablest.

: Its a big deal to him to get this promotion.

: Its no big deal if you dont finish.

: He can run a mile in 15 minutes? Big deal! Some people can do it in four.

: ux|en|Each of the [[Wikipedia:Solifugae|chelicerae]] is composed of two articles, forming a powerful pincer.

: ux|en|The [[Wikipedia:Articles of War|Articles of War]] are a set of regulations...to govern the conduct of...military...forces

*: upon each article of human duty

*: each article of time

*: the articles which compose the blood

: ux|en|an article of clothing

: ux|en|a sales article

: ux|en|Shes a prime article (whip slang), shes a devilish good piece, a hell of a goer.

*: a very great revolution that happened in this article of good breeding

*: This last article will hardly be believed.

*: This fatal news coming to Hicks Hall upon the article of my Lord Russells trial, was said to have had no little influence on the jury and all the bench to his prejudice.

*: ... who has more opportunities of acquiring the knowledge, than a physician? He is admitted into the dwellings of all ranks of people, and into the innermost parts of them; he sees them by their fireside, at their tables, and in their beds; he sees them at work, and at their recreations; he sees them in health, in sickness, and in the article of death; ...

: to article an apprentice to a mechanic

*: When the boy left school at Liskeard, he was articled to a lawyer, Mr. Jacobson, at Plymouth, a wealthy man in good practice, first cousin to his mother; but this sort of profession did not at all approve itself to Roberts taste, and he only remained with Mr. Jacobson a few months.

*: At noon dined alone with Sir W. Batten, where great discourse of Sir W. Pen, Sir W. Batten being, I perceive, quite out of love with him, thinking him too great and too high, and began to talk that the world do question his courage, upon which I told him plainly I have been told that he was articled against for it, and that Sir H. Vane was his great friend therein.

*: He shall be articled against in the high court of admiralty.

*: If all his errors and follies were articled against him, the man would seem vicious and miserable.

*: Venice, with its unique city and its impressive story

*: The four great monarchies make the subject of ancient story.

: ux|en|The book tells the story of two roommates.

: ux|en|You’ve been telling stories again, haven’t you?

: ux|en|What will she do without being able to watch her stories?

*: ... who is so unread or so uncatechisd in story, that hath not heard of many sects refusing books as a hindrance, and preserving their doctrine unmixt for many ages, only by unwrittn traditions.

: ux|en|Whats the story with him?

: ux|en|I tried it again; same story, no error message, nothing happened.

*: How worthy he is I will leave to appear hereafter, rather than story him in his own hearing.

*: It is storied of the brazen colossus in Rhodes, that it was seventy cubits high.

*: The lower story of the market-house was open on all four of its sides to the public square.

: ux|en|Our shop was on the fourth story of the building, so we had to install an elevator.

: ux|en|Tweezers are great for manipulating small items.

: ux|en|the items in a bill

: ux|en|In response to the first item, we deny all wrongdoing.

: ux|en|The exam has 100 items, each of which includes a correct response and three distractors.

: ux|en|The first item for discussion is the budget for next years picnic.

: ux|en|Jack and Jill are an item.

*: Are we an item? Girl, quit playin / "Were just friends," what are you sayin?

: ux|en|an item concerning the weather

*: A secret item was given to some of the bishops ... to absent themselves.

*: He pulled out his thingy. It was huge.

*: Why had I not with charitable hand

*: Took up a beggars issue at my gates

*: How if there were no centre at all, but just one alley after another, and the whole world a labyrinth without end or issue?

*: Come forth to view / The issue of the exploit.

*: While it is hot, Ill put it to the issue.

: He has issues.

: The July issue of the magazine is in shops now.

*: There was a very light off-shore wind and scarcely any breakers, so that the approach to the shore was continued without finding bottom; yet though we were already quite close, we saw no indication of any indention in the coast from which even a tiny brooklet might issue, and certainly no mouth of a large river such as this must necessarily be to freshen the ocean even two hundred yards from shore.

*: A powerful current of warm breath issued at regular intervals from the profound cavity of his mouth while in rhythmic resonance the loud strong hale reverberations of his formidable heart thundered rumblingly...

*: thy sons that shall issue from thee

*: But, for Livy, Roman patriotism is overriding, and this issues, of course, in an antiquarian attention to the citys origins.

*: Five minutes later, Southampton tried to mount their first attack, but Wickham sabotaged the move by tripping the rampaging Nathaniel Clyne, prompting the referee, Andre Marriner, to issue a yellow card. That was a lone blemish on an otherwise tidy start by Poyet’s team – until, that is, the 12th minute, when Vergini produced a candidate for the most ludicrous own goal in Premier League history.

: ux|en|I was left my fathers business.

: ux|en|He is in the motor business.

: ux|en|Im going to Las Vegas on business.

: ux|en|Hes such a poor cook, I cant believe hes still in business!

: ux|en|We do business all over the world.

: ux|en|Business has been slow lately.

: ux|en|They did nearly a million dollars of business over the long weekend.

: ux|en|I shall take my business elsewhere.

: ux|en|This proposal will satisfy both business and labor.

: ux|en|I studied business at Harvard.

: ux|en|This UFO stuff is a mighty strange business.

: ux|en|Our principal business here is to get drunk.

: ux|en|Lets get down to business.

: ux|en|Thats none of your business.

: ux|en|If that concludes the announcements, well move on to new business.

: ux|en|These new phones are the business!

: ux|en|Your ferret left his business all over the floor.

: ux|en|As the cart went by, its horse lifted its tail and did its business.

*: They are solely business instruments. Every mans relation to them is purely a business relation. His use of them is purely a business use.

*: ... the fact that the injured party came to the insured premises for solely business purposes precluded any reliance on the non-business pursuits exception (§ 1 1 2[b]).

*: Both of these partnerships have to cope with these dual issues in a more complicated way than is the case in solely business partnerships.

: ux|en|"Please do not use this phone for personal calls; it is a business phone."

*: He is thoroughly business, but has the happy faculty of transacting it in a genial and courteous manner.

*: ... and the transaction carried through in a thoroughly business manner.

*: Sometimes this very subtle contrast becomes only too visible, as when in wartime Jewish business men were almost lynched because they were thoroughly business men and worked for profit.

*: The moral is evident: do not invest in schemes promising enormous and quick returns unless you have investigated them in a thoroughly business manner.

*: Amiens is a thoroughly business town, the business being chiefly with the flax-works.

: ux|en|Bacon pie? Is that a thing?

: ux|en|get me a thing of apple juice at the store;  I just ate a whole thing of jelly beans

: ux|en|The car looks cheap, but the thing is, I have doubts about its safety.

*: “Oh Gertie it’s true. It’s all true. They’ve got a horrid gash instead of a thrilling thing.”

: ux|en|you poor thing;  shes a funny old thing, but her hearts in the right place;  I met a pretty blond thing at the bar

: ux|en|thats the thing: we dont know where he went;  the thing is, I dont have any money

: ux|en|Oh yeah, Im supposed to promote that vision thing.

*: Don’t forget to have Gomez postpone that shooting thing. qualifier|in reference to the execution of Fernandez

*: In accordance with Old Germanic custom men came to the thing fully armed, [...]

*: The goðar seem both to have received payment of thing-fararkaup from those who stayed home and at the same time compensated those who went to the thing, and it cannot be seen whether they had any profit from these transactions.

*: All Icelandic things were skap-thing, meaning that they were governed by established procedure and met at regular legally designated intevals at predetermined meeting places.

: ux|en|Acid House is not my bag: I prefer the more traditional styles of music.

: ux|en|The grounder hit the bag and bounced over the fielder’s head.

: ux|en|He headed back to the bag.

: ux|en|If one has a [[bag]] of three apples and the letter a is taken to denote apple, then such [[bag]] could be represented symbolically as {a,a,a}. Note that in an ordinary context, when talking about a [[bag]] of apples, one does not care about identifying the individual apples, although one might be interested in distinguishing apples by species, for example, letting r denote red apple and g denote green apple, then a [[bag]] of three red apples and two green apples could be denoted as {r,r,r,g,g}.

: ux|en|the bag of poison in the mouth of some serpents

: ux|en|the bag of a cow

: ux|en|We bagged three deer yesterday.

*: ux|en|a bee bagged with his honeyed venom

: ux|en|The skin bags from containing morbid matter.

: ux|en|The brisk wind bagged the sails.

: ux|en|His trousers bag at the knees.

: rfquotek|Chaucer

: rfquotek|Warner. (Alb. Eng.)

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