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At one time they were upon high plains, like platforms among the mountains, with herds of buffaloes roaming about them; at another among rude rocky defiles, broken into cliffs and precipices, where the blacktailed deer bounded off among the crags, and the bighorn basked in the sunny brow of the precipice.
Like a deer he bounded along the narrow trail until, filled with the excitement of his news, he burst into a native village several miles above the point at which Tarzan and his pack had stopped to hunt.
Not feeling the motion of her legs, Laska bounded with a stiff gallop, so that at each bound she could stop short, to the right, away from the wind that blew from the east before sunrise, and turned facing the wind.
The Scope of Bounded and Unbounded Institutional Structures
However, a growing number of behavioral scientists in a variety of disciplines now embrace a similar perspective, often called bounded rationality.
In his new book, Bounded Rationality in Macroeconomics, Sargent does not quite apostatize.
Additional plants have also gone live with Bounded Disposition, Taylor's batch manufacturing optimization solution.
Leona Cox School, with a current enrollment of 484, will increase its student population to 640 by adding students from Mint Canyon's attendance area, in parcels off Sierra Highway including Beneda Lane to Hillfield Lane, and a triangle bounded by Soledad Canyon Road, Sundowner Way and Golden Rain Lane.
The structure is well enough bounded so that one can define a "superatomic radius," in this case 355 angstroms, or hundreds of times that of an actual atom.
Hard real-time applications require predictable and bounded response times that do not violate system timing constraints.
Athens on the Hill is bounded by 120th Street, Figueroa and Vermont avenues and El Segundo Boulevard.