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Stand Up Indulgent Rendezvous [article]

Quentin Bramas
2020 arXiv   pre-print
The rendezvous is stand up indulgent in the sense that when a crash occurs, the correct robot must still meet the crashed robot on its last position.  ...  We require the two robots to solve the rendezvous problem (meeting in finite time at the same location, not known beforehand) despite the possibility that one of those robots crashes unpredictably.  ...  The Stand Up Indulgent Rendezvous Problem.  ... 
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Page 379 of Ballou's Monthly Magazine Vol. 31, Issue 4 [page]

1870 Ballou's Monthly Magazine  
asked he, springing up the steps, and seizing her hand. “ I will go a little way up the river with you, and tell you w'bat is the matter,” said Miss Beecham, releasing her hand and step¬ ping unassisted  ...  But on this particular morning, Robert Surkpole’s mind was so ill at ea.se that, in¬ stead of his usual steady and beneficial pull, he liad indulged in a series of “spurts” and furious efforts, which had  ... 

The Battle of Adel

Ora Williams
1952 The Annals of Iowa  
They would camp and thus be able to appear at the rendezvous of their friends in the early morning. They camped on "the island" that now joins the city of Adel.  ...  Leonard Brown was a Des Moines school teacher, who in his spare moments indulged in rhyming. He published several pamphlets containing sketches in both prose and blank verse.  ... 
doi:10.17077/0003-4827.7275 fatcat:rfpbq547mjh55nsqs3xjcou7vi

How a Northern Illinois Town Suddenly Became Dry

A. N. Beebe
1912 Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society (1908-1984)  
Nevertheless, they had lost none of their determination to stand together and see it through.  ...  Boswell, an eastern lady of high standing, educated and intelligent, resolute and firm, wife of the Railroad Agent; Mrs.  ... 
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Too Cold to Ride

1879 The Aldine  
A man is reaching down from the shaft of the cart, dipping up a pail of water.  ...  Rosa Bonheur has a large canvas, painted in 1856, called " Rendezvous de Chasse."  ... 
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Devil's Lake, Wisconsin

1879 The Aldine  
Men on horseback, packs of dogs with their keepers, etc., are ap proaching the rendezvous from various points, the whole scene being one of life and animation.  ...  On every side of the lake rocks are piled on rocks in every con man is reaching down from the shaft of the cart, dipping up a pail of water. THE A LEINE ?  ... 
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Page 36 of American Bankers Association. ABA Banking Journal Vol. 31, Issue 5 [page]

1938 American Bankers Association. ABA Banking Journal  
The mob has taken up economics in our time just as in the 17th century it took up theology and in the 18th century political science.  ...  It has never had an under¬ standing of any of these sciences, but has merely used their new terminology for purposes of propaganda.  ... 

Myanmar Rural Culture Reflecting in Ainggyin Poems

Sandar Lwin
2019 Zenodo  
This ainggyin was composed with empathy about a young village girl who indulged in fantasy.  ...  She thought and thought: How can my love climb up to me? How can I go down to meet my love?  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3545247 fatcat:wjvza4eenbd4xgp5k5c2zil5su

Hospitals on Blackwell's Island, New York

1847 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
The principal amusements in which they are indulged are music, in which some are quite proficient, and dancing.  ...  At the time the man came here from the city, the pustules were filling up.  ... 
doi:10.1056/nejm184711100371501 fatcat:bq2ddshv5fcezn7kfmkxw2z4qy

Our Fine-Art Collections. The Belmont Gallery

Fuller-Walker
1879 The Aldine  
One woman clasps her babe to her breast ; another crouches, wrapped up in a shawl ; a third is listless, apparently asleep, her limbs stretched out upon the pavement, while a fourth stands upright, nude  ...  Rosa Bonheur has a large canvas, painted in 1856, called " Rendezvous de Chasse."  ... 
doi:10.2307/20637614 fatcat:wiuddtmrnvcx5n2qdnssdtrnsu

The Management of Delirium Tremens, with the Report of a Case

V. A. ELLSWORTH
1901 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
In strict accordance with this action I have sometimes, under extraordinary circumstances, in the tropics given one ounce of whiskey to each man of the engine and fire-room force, after standing a most  ...  soldiers, recognized the fact, and testified thereto, that the surprising success with which they had met was in great part due to the moderation, amounting to almost total abstinence, with which they had indulged  ...  In strict accordance with this action I have sometimes, under extraordinary circumstances, in the tropics given one ounce of whiskey to each man of the engine and fire-room force, after standing a most  ... 
doi:10.1056/nejm190108221450804 fatcat:nqz2wkcw2bachid7kyu3aqkolq

The Hygiene of an Inland Health Resort, by C. E. RIVERS, A.M.Inst.C.E., Borough Engineer, Harrogate

1922 Journal of the Royal Sanitary Institute  
' There are about 21 acres of ornamental gardens and lawns, notable among which are the Valley Gardens, which, with its band stand and tea house, is the fashionable afternoon rendezvous of the visitors  ...  The sludge is air-dried in shallow lagoons, the beds of which are constructed of clinker, graded up to a fine breeze ; the liquid draining from the lagooned sludge is returned to the main sewer.  ... 
doi:10.1177/146642402204300515 fatcat:aty5xqgdqvc6lp5q7dyqqpjxhm

MORAL CHARACTER OF THE NAVY

1840 The Advocate of Peace (1837-1845)  
Gentlemen indulge the habit, who would be very unwilling to have it understood among their friends, or in the circle in which they move on shore.  ...  The Spanish am bassador advised thorn to dig up the dead bodies, and make use of their bones, pounded to compose a kind of paste. This detestable food cost the greatest part o?  ... 
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Fredericksburg in Revolutionary Days: Part II

1919 The William and Mary quarterly  
This Carre is the same fellow Captain McClane took up; who returned up the Bay in your Barge and whom I had sent from Williamsburg to Richmond for trial. Mr.  ...  G. and with them proceed to Fauquier Court House, where are seven hundred and fifty stand of arms left there by some wagons from Philadelphia contrary to orders.  ...  The advantages of the position -the principal country from thence to Hampton covered by a few redoubts; the advantages of navigation on both banks, added to the idea of setting up their temporary government  ... 
doi:10.2307/1916202 fatcat:im6a744s6zd7zlzrds7o6pdusi

Fort Hall on the Saptin River

Miles Cannon
1916 The Washington Historical Quarterly  
In his journal he noted the following: "* * * found rendezvous 12 miles up and much to my astonishment the goods which I had contracted to bring up to the Rocky Mountain Fur Co. was refused by those honorable  ...  He made great haste in order to reach the Green river rendezvous ahead of William L.  ... 
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