DRIFTS


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DRIFTSDiffuse Reflectance Infrared Fourier-Transform Spectroscopy
DRIFTSDynamically Responsive Intervention for Tremor Suppression
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Nearer still, following the drift, an iceberg rears its crags and pinnacles to the sky; here, glittering in the moonbeams; there, looming dim and ghost-like in the ashy light.
said Nikita reproachfully, addressing the drift and the hollow and shaking the snow from under his collar.
At first the horse held back, then he jerked forward, hoping to leap the drift, but he had not the strength and sank into it up to his collar.
We were not far off the line the wind made with the western edge of the promontory, and I watched in the hope that some set of the current or send of the sea would drift us past before we reached the surf.
And now, if the gods be truly kind, we shall drift by that next headland and come upon a perfectly sheltered beach, where we may land without wetting our feet.
At this rate the flat would fill and sink long before it could drift to the lower headland.
We were playing Elaine" explained Anne frigidly, without even looking at her rescuer, "and I had to drift down to Camelot in the barge--I mean the flat.
Fearing they might drift too far, Dorothy and Ojo now stood up and raised the Scarecrow in their arms, as high as they could, thus allowing him a good view of the country.
LANE drift is causing major concern for car insurers.
While fishing Florida's Big Bend on the Gulf Coast recently, I was reminded of the advantages offered by drift fishing, a tactic sometimes forgotten with today's high-tech and go-fast mentality.
There are several ways in which configuration drifts are typically identified today:
The Red Bull Car Park Drift Oman Qualifier crowned Ali al Balushi the new champion recently at the Oman Automobile Association.