“Really, if there is no specific “interventionistic” style collapse mechanism (such as objective collapse), waves just * stay waves* forever!”
“In view of these reports, and inasmuch as questions were asked on the subject in Parliament, though it is quite possible that, as regards the "tidal" character of the waves, there may be something of newspaper _gobemoucherie_ in the announcements, we offer a few remarks on _waves_ in general, which may be useful to some of our readers.”
“These waves, which are visible upon the surface, constitute what I shall call _mechanical waves_.”
“IV. i.53 (489,6) yesty waves] That is, _foaming_ or _frothy waves_.”
“Of course, the last thing publishers want authors to do as production deadlines beat down on them in waves is try to crank out the first indexes they've ever created.”
“The surface of the liquid rises and falls in what we term waves, the size of which is determined by the measure of fluidity, and by the energy of the wind.”
“Stopping the waves is a job for Neptune, not a president.”
“A chair in the shade overlooking the waves is a primo reading experience.”
“He saw what he describes as waves of brilliant light, with spaces between.”
“the link between thought and brain waves is immensely indirect," says Jacques Vidal, a BCI expert and professor with UCLA's computer science department.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘waves’.
This is Ghost List 2 ( the kind that go 'boo!' ) :P
( open list )
Favorite designs for shower curtains. Inspired by the list Top 500 SAT Words Shower Curtain by jwjarvis.
Words made of the following: qwertasdfgzxcvb. I've stood on the shoulders of giants... users mollusque and reesetee made similar lists before I even existed on Wordnik. :)
only the essence counts!
How mattering? (maddening?)
It is of no mind! (no mind)
Words from the book by Jane Jacobs.
By Great Big Sea on their CD "Sea of No Cares," 2002.
It's of a bold young smuggler
From Fortune he did sail
He rode the waves from St. Pierre
And he never saw the jail
by Barenaked Ladies.
With life just begun, my sleeping new son
Has eyes that roll back in his head
They flutter and dart, he slows down his heart
And pictures a world...
Words & Music by John Blackburn & Karl Suessdorf, 1943. (I *just* noticed, after hearing this song dozens of times over the years, that the verses are haikus.)
Pennies in a stream
its just outside you... could be in this room...
Words that invoke positive imagery of nature.
Looking for tweets for waves.