Therefore, applying patches often refers to both fixes and new features. Ralph Waldo Emerson 1 30. Mend or repair, make whole. I loyally bought the next couple of singles, but quickly lost interest. A modification noun of software or to modify verb software. Blister plasters Compeed patches are best. Avoid multiple curvature directions S-shape in single patches.
And these patches roam over the land in time. I'll have the roofer apply a patch. Most cases of omental torsion occur in adults and affects both men and women equally. To me, a normal cow is white with black patches, but Sarah's from Texas and most of the cows there have solid brown, black, or red coats. Army home page and noticed a link to unit insignia and patches. Blood trickled down his calves where, while writing, he had clawed at the cracking patches on his legs.
Body: A thing of shreds and patches, borrowed unequally from good and bad ancestors and a misfit from the start. He had scratched his cornea so badly that his doctor told him to wear a patch. An active and passive hybrid damping control manner with lower voltage is proposed through both multiple piezoelectric patches and constrained damping layer for suppressing structural vibration. As of the middle of February 2010, Rails 3 is a beta prerelease, and the core team is collecting patches, feedback, and documentation to prepare an official release prior to the start of summer. Nichols in the parking garage and you can see that he is wearing a patch over his eye from the injuries in that incident. Growth of a soul patch reflects a desire to minimize an imminent loss of traction in the spiritual matters.
He had stretched out wearily on a tiny sunning-bank in the farthest corner of the Old Pasture, and had just about made up his mind that he would go back that very night to the dear Old Briar-patch on the Green Meadows, when a tiny rustle behind him made him jump to his feet with his heart in his mouth. A sudden gust of rain dashed against the red bricks that were already stained in patches by water. . For example, He managed to patch up the lawn mower so it's running, or John cut his hand badly, but they patched him up in the emergency room, or Mike and Molly have patched up their differences. The delegates will be forced to patch up their differences. The condition is usually found once exploratory surgery has begun and other potential abdominal abnormalities have been ruled out.
About four months ago, detectives searched the one-car garage at Tula Drive and found uneven patches of concrete. Based on a point line patch hierarchical data structure, three dimensional complex geometries are described by several typical kinds of surface patches. This information should not be considered complete, up to date, and is not intended to be used in place of a visit, consultation, or advice of a legal, medical, or any other professional. This position assumes that the soul resides in the mouth or chin, and that air released through the mouth that might eventually result in a flat soul--typically the result of a punctured ego. When ice skating, be sure to stay away from reeds, there's always thin patches of ice there and you could fall through. At the moment it looks more like a bit of rough pasture.
John patched up the hose with an old bike tube. As they pointed out, the flux bundles also lined up with cold patches near the core-mantle boundary. I lost my locket in this patch of grass here. Doesn't that patch of clouds looks like a bunny? I never get first place because on eight, right after you pass the windmill, there's a patch of oil in the road that always gets me. Omental torsion is very rare and is almost never diagnosed preoperatively.
Origin From Middle English patche, pacche, of uncertain origin. The storms last summer washed away parts of the road so we can expect some rough patches up ahead. And patches of Blackness where the woodmen had Burned the Brushwood and rubBish. A technique of , blog contribution or research paper by cutting and pasting large chunks of source material and interspersing these with brief connective sentences. He told how Hooty the Owl had nearly caught him on his way, and then how, ever since his arrival, he had been hunted by the big, gray, old Rabbit so that he could neither eat nor sleep and had become so miserable that at last he had made up his mind to go back to the dear Old Briar-patch.
A few days later the few uneven patches were shaped up with a second mowing, with the greatest of ease. In addition, you can see the pronunciation of the word patches , and see the words sound like or similar to patches Sentence Times 1. In addition, software vendors like to announce something new in an update other than just fixing problems. The end result is thus a grotesque of long quotations that reveals little or nothing of the named author's own thoughts or insights. Peter would have made up his mind to go back to his old home in the dear Old Briar-patch on the Green Meadows, but he felt that he just couldn't leave little Miss Fuzzytail, and little Miss Fuzzytail couldn't make up her mind to go with Peter, because she felt that she just couldn't leave the Old Pasture, which always had been her home. I can't afford to replace the roof, which is what it really needs.
Apply oracle patches and upgrade Oracle software and databases. Then he told all about how Old Man Coyote had come to the Green Meadows to live, and how he was smarter than even old Granny Fox, but he didn't tell her how he himself had once been frightened almost out of a year's growth by that terrible voice, or that it was because he hadn't really believed that Old Man Coyote was his friend that had led him to leave the Old Briar-patch and come up to the Old Pasture. The boat had a major gash in it after the accident, so we used some spare sheet metal to patch it up. To mend, repair, or service something to the point of being functional or whole again, especially temporarily, typically by adding material to cover or connect broken or missing parts. A redshank swept its bill through soft patches of wet mud and breakfasted on tiny insects, shrimps and wriggling worms.