- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of eject.
“Yes | No | Report from buddyboy564 wrote 41 weeks 6 days ago leopold and cabelas both have pretty good scopes but if your gun ejects from the top you might want to reconsider mounting a scope onto it”
“The 37 — introduced in that year — loads and ejects from the bottom.”
“Ordinarily, the rear seater ejects from the aircraft first in a bail-out situation.”
“Captain by the collar, and without a single word ejects him, not presuming to remonstrate, from the scene.”
“Miss Abbey, that she instantly seizes the Captain by the collar, and without a single word ejects him, not presuming to remonstrate, from the scene.”
“However we attempt to form what philosophers call "ejects," to imagine that what is really in our consciousness is really the world outside ourselves, these ejects remain mere phenomena of our minds.”
“I speak not merely of our ideas of imperceptibles like ether-waves or dissociated 'ions,' or of 'ejects' like the contents of our neighbors 'minds; I speak also of ideas which we might verify if we would take the trouble, but which we hold for true altho unterminated perceptually, because nothing says' no 'to us, and there is no contradicting truth in sight.”
“I always liken crashes to when a pilot "ejects" out of a plane - Windows only does it when it is unable to rescue the computing session.”
“It would be fascinating if there were containerized systems for all these - The gun container wheels in and "ejects" its gun out the side door, the viper-strike container extends a rail for ejecting them.”
“When the firearm fails to fire (which is common) you have to pull back on the operating handle to cock it for another shot, which also ejects a perfectly good cartridge.”
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