No; without a gown, in a shift that was somewhat of the coarsest, and none of the cleanest, bedewed likewise with some odoriferous effluvia, the produce of the day's labour, with a pitchfork in her hand, Molly Seagrim approached.
(1) To move the characters of bits in a storage area to the left or right; in the case of a number having all its digits in the same radix of left shift is equivalent to multiplying, and a right shift to dividing, by a power of that radix (2) To adjust the list of parameters used by batch files
the act of moving from one place to another; "his constant shifting disrupted the class"
move around; "transfer the packet from his trouser pockets to a pocket in his jacket"
To change the place of; to move or remove from one place to another; as, to shift a burden from one shoulder to another; to shift the blame
move from one setting or context to another; "shift the emphasis"; "shift one's attention"
To change the position of; to alter the bearings of; to turn; as, to shift the helm or sails
If someone's opinion, a situation, or a policy shifts or is shifted, it changes slightly. Attitudes to mental illness have shifted in recent years The emphasis should be shifted more towards Parliament. Shift is also a noun. a shift in government policy
use a shift key on a keyboard; "She could not shift so all ther letters are written in lower case"
If a group of factory workers, nurses, or other people work shifts, they work for a set period before being replaced by another group, so that there is always a group working. Each of these set periods is called a shift. You can also use shift to refer to a group of workers who work together on a particular shift. His father worked shifts in a steel mill. see also shifting
To slip to one side of a ship, so as to destroy the equilibrum; said of ballast or cargo; as, the cargo shifted
No, we are not talking about work here The linen shift is a womans basic undergarment It is much like a nightgown that pulls on over the head and fastens in the front It is cut fuller in front and gather it into the neckband, which fastens with ribbon ties When it was worn, the women had to be sure that not too much of it showed
The shift key Some keyboard shortcuts use both upper- and lower-case for different functions Some mouse operations are also modified with the shift key, depending upon the tool used
lay aside, abandon, or leave for another; "switch to a different brand of beer"; "She switched psychiatrists"; "The car changed lanes"
If you shift something or if it shifts, it moves slightly. He stopped, shifting his cane to his left hand He shifted from foot to foot The entire pile shifted and slid, thumping onto the floor. the squeak of his boots in the snow as he shifted his weight
A parser is said to shift when it makes the choice of analyzing further input from the stream rather than reducing immediately some already-recognized rule See section The Bison Parser Algorithm
the regular daily working hours of an employee; i e 9am - 5pm with Saturday and Sunday off
an event in which something is displaced without rotation a group of workers who work for a specific period of time the time period during which you are at work move and exchange for another; "shift the date for our class reunion"
To record the variations of the tide and the positions of the sun and moon using a nautical almanac and sextant to determine the location and phase of the moon and to calculate the relative effect of the tides on the navigation of the ship
(Elektrik, Elektronik) A time-invariant system (often refered to equivalently as a shift-invariant) is system for which a time shift or delay of the input sequence causes a corresponding shift in the output sequence
A small difference in energy between two energy levels of the hydrogen atom in quantum electrodynamics, which can be interpreted as the influence of virtual photons that have been emitted and re-absorbed
A defensive alignment in which the third baseman, shortstop and second baseman positionally shift to their left when a left-handed batter is in the batter's box. Used primarily when the batter is an extreme pull hitter
The hand control for a gear shifting system I used to object to this term, because it is actually the derailer or the internal hub that does the real shifting, and the part commonly called the "shifter" is only the control mechanism I preferred the term "shift lever" Since the increased popularity of twist-grip type controls, which are not levers, I have reluctantly come to accept the common usage of the term "shifter" to refer to the hand control
A type of kart that has a manual transmission, usually derived from a motorcycle design It is usually a 5 or 6 speed transmission Since with a manual gearbox the driver can keep the engine in its optimum RPM range, shifter karts tend to be (much) faster than clutch karts
Any being whose nature is to shift from one form to another Some shifters have a "true form", multiple forms, or specific conditions at which they will transform Most shifters can assume the form of some sort of animal, whether it is astrally, spiritually, or physically
(of soil) unstable; "shifting sands"; "unfirm earth" continuously moving or changing from position or direction; "he drifted into the shifting crowd"; "their nervous shifting glances" continuously varying; "taffeta with shifting colors
Shifting is used to describe something which is made up of parts that are continuously moving and changing position in relation to other parts. The Croatian town of Ilok is a classic case of shifting populations. see also shift
disapproval If you describe someone as shiftless, you mean that they are lazy and have no desire to achieve anything. a shiftless husband. lazy and having no interest in working hard or trying to succeed
Destitute of expedients, or not using successful expedients; characterized by failure, especially by failure to provide for one's own support, through negligence or incapacity; hence, lazy; improvident; thriftless; as, a shiftless fellow; shiftless management
creates and edits the codes for the Shift field on the applicant data window You can create shifts that describe a certain block of time The code will be added to the drop down menu on the applicant data screen
The right to establish and abolish shifts is a 7106(b)(1) staffing patterns right See 16 FLRA No 1 Assigning employees to shifts is a 7106(a)(2)(A) right to assign employees See 30 FLRA No 80, #1 (assignment to shifts), referred to under ASSIGN EMPLOYEES But see 55 FLRA No 192, where the Authority said that it "has consistently held that proposals or provisions that prescribe the manner [e g , assign on the basis of seniority] in which equally qualified employees will be assigned to shifts constitute procedures under section 7106(b)(2) "
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