It came into my head to do this while I was running up and down the room and she was sitting behind the screen
He jumped up, drew the screen hastily across the picture, and unlocked the door.
As soon as he had left, he rushed to the screen and drew it back.
He drew the screen back into its former place in front of the picture, smiling as he did so, and passed into his bedroom, where his valet was already waiting for him.
And so saying, she took the screens
out of her sister-in-law's hands, to admire them herself as they ought to be admired.
I know it is warm, but I consider it your duty to keep your windows closed till those screens
are still on the scene as well, with CBI introducing a new option that features a screen
consisting of 32 easily replaceable panels.
The rotating movement can be activated, for example, by driving the screen
via an off-center crankshaft.
2, 4 comes up the lane to set a back screen
at the elbow.
For example, using community health workers who are members of the targeted communities may help eliminate language and cultural barriers in populations who are difficult to reach and screen
6-inch-diagonal prototype screen
on May 27 in Boston at a meeting of the Society for Information Display.
n Prince of Wales, Street Mary Street: 10am to 11pm, big screen
and five small screens
, food served all day.
The sleek design of a digital sign, or flat screen
, makes it easier to mount than a bulky TV monitor.
Some suppliers offer special screen
changers for plasticized PVC.
Fashioned during one of the protracted cold war's wary phases, the screen
tests are oblique commentaries on what Avital Ronell has called, in another context, the "rhetoric of testing": Parodies of nuclear-defense tests, Warhol's screen
tests interrogate what it means to be a good, tractable visible citizen.