root vs route

root route

Definitions

  • 1) A number that when multiplied by itself an indicated number of times forms a product equal to a specified number. For example, a fourth root of 4 is √2.
  • 2) The element that carries the main component of meaning in a word and provides the basis from which a word is derived by adding affixes or inflectional endings or by phonetic change.
  • 3) The usually underground portion of a plant that lacks buds, leaves, or nodes and serves as support, draws minerals and water from the surrounding soil, and sometimes stores food.
  • 4) The condition of being settled and of belonging to a particular place or society.
  • 5) A number that reduces a polynomial equation in one variable to an identity when it is substituted for the variable.
  • 6) The bottom or supporting part of something.
  • 7) A number at which a polynomial has the value zero.
  • 8) The note from which a chord is built.
  • 9) The embedded part of an organ or structure such as a hair, tooth, or nerve, that serves as a base or support.
  • 10) The essential part or element; the basic core.
  • 11) Such a note occurring as the lowest note of a triad or other chord.
  • 12) A progenitor or ancestor from which a person or family is descended.
  • 13) The state of having or establishing an indigenous relationship with or a personal affinity for a particular culture, society, or environment.
  • 14) Such an element reconstructed for a protolanguage.
  • 15) A primary source; an origin. synonym: origin.
  • 16) Any of various other underground plant parts, especially an underground stem such as a rhizome, corm, or tuber.
  • 17) A form of rut.
  • 18) The sweet-flag.
  • 19) In mech., the part of a gear-tooth where it joins the rim of the wheel; the base of a tooth.
  • 20) Topushwiththesnout.
  • 21) Adialectalformofrot.
  • 22) To become firmly established or settled.
  • 23) To give moral support to someone; hope for a favorable outcome for someone.
  • 24) To turn over the earth with the snout or nose.
  • 25) To give audible encouragement or applause to a contestant or team; cheer. synonym: applaud.
  • 26) To remove or get rid of. Often used with out.
  • 27) To grow roots or a root.
  • 28) To establish or settle firmly.
  • 29) To dig or pull out by the roots. Often used with up or out.
  • 30) To plant and fix the roots of (a plant) in soil or the ground.
  • 31) To turn up by digging with the snout or nose.
  • 32) To be the source or origin of.
  • 33) To search or rummage for something.
  • 34) To cause to appear or be known. Used with out.
  • 35) (root and branch) Utterly; completely.

Definitions

  • 1) A regular itinerary of stops, or the path followed between these stops, such as for delivery or passenger transportation.
  • 2) this sense?) (figuratively) One of multiple methods or approaches to doing something.
  • 3) A road or path; often specifically a highway.
  • 4) A course or way which is traveled or passed.
  • 5) Football A pass pattern.
  • 6) A road, course, or way for travel from one place to another.
  • 7) A highway.
  • 8) A fixed course or territory assigned to a salesperson or delivery person.
  • 9) A means of reaching a goal.
  • 10) The course or way which is traveled or passed, or is to be passed; a passing; a course; a road or path; a march.
  • 11) an open way (generally public) for travel or transportation
  • 12) an established line of travel or access
  • 13) A way or course of transit; a line of travel, passage, or progression; the course passed or to be passed over in reaching a destination, or (by extension) an object or a purpose; as a legal or engineering term, the horizontal direction along and near the surface of the earth of a way or course, as a road, a railway, or a canal, occupied or to be occupied for travel.
  • 14) An order for a route march.
  • 15) A way; road; path; space for passage.
  • 16) An obsolete form of rout, rout, rout, rout.
  • 17) To direct or divert along a particular course.
  • 18) Internet to connect two local area networks, thereby forming an internet
  • 19) divert in a specified direction
  • 20) send via a specific route
  • 21) send documents or materials to appropriate destinations
  • 22) To send or forward by a specific route. synonym: send.
  • 23) To schedule the order of (a sequence of procedures).

Examples

  • 1) The one that drives me crazy is when I'm trying to change to a directory with only root access: [email protected]: ~$ cd / root [email protected]: / root$ cd. gconf bash: cd:. gconf: Permission denied [email protected]: / root$ sudo cd. gconf sudo: cd: command not found
  • 2) $self - > conf - > {root}; my $ fi le = fi le ($root, "static", $path); my $size = - s _; my $mtime =
  • 3) # access the document root my $root = $xdoc - > root;
  • 4) 'eaten of the insane root' was meant, I calculate, as a hard rap on tobacco-chewers (and smokers too); he called it _root_, instead of
  • 5) "Observaciones sobre el clima de Lima y sus influencias en los seres organizados en especial el hombre."] [Footnote 16: The women of Lima clean their teeth several times a day with the root called _Raiz de dientes_ (literally _root for the teeth_), of which they keep a piece constantly in their pocket.] [Footnote 17: It is related that, during the war of independence, when
  • 6) "The German name is 'Mangold wurzel,' or 'Mangold root;' but it is sometimes pronounced 'Mangel wurzel,' which means _scarcity root_; and, by a strange translation, it is called in French _racine d'abondance_, as well as _racine de disette_.
  • 7) Our word root comes from an Indo-European word that meant both “root” and “branch.”
  • 8) Maybe its Latin root is cunnus or its Swedish and Norwegian root is kunta.
  • 9) ‘But trees help control runoff by soaking water in through their roots and providing sturdy support against erosion.’
  • 10) ‘When planted, the underground portion forms roots and the above ground portion forms branches and leaves.’
  • 11) ‘Wood is composed of bundles of microscopic tubes that were used to transport water from the roots of the tree to the leaves.’
  • 12) ‘She grunted as she hit the ground, a tree root digging into shoulder.’
  • 13) ‘Stumbling forward unsteadily, he tripped over a tree root and hit the ground face-first.’
  • 14) ‘This is the same process used by trees to carry water from their roots to their leaves.’
  • 15) ‘I thought of the liquid levels in the bottles as metaphors for the underground water table and the strings as the extended roots of plants finding water.’
  • 16) ‘Water at the roots will keep plant stems and leaves turgid and able to photosynthesize.’
  • 17) ‘Her bare feet beat against the ground, stumbling over roots of the giant trees, until she came to a halt at the very center of the enormous trees.’
  • 18) ‘I pulled myself onto the muddy bank with the tree roots and low hanging branches.’
  • 19) ‘The chickens were then brought to the edge of the stream and alongside a large tree which had its roots in the water.’
  • 20) ‘Don't plant trees with deep roots, especially invasive species such as willows.’
  • 21) ‘Her foot caught on a root and she fell head first down the hill they were descending.’
  • 22) ‘He swore and kicked at the trunk as it caught on an upthrust root, then swore again as it jerked free and slammed into his shin.’
  • 23) ‘Miles suddenly staggered forward, his foot caught on a root.’
  • 24) ‘My little brother finally stopped fighting me and sprinted ahead himself, tripping over a root and diving head first into the dirt.’
  • 25) ‘Rose looked behind herself to see that her foot had got caught in a root.’
  • 26) ‘Where the path went over a root, steps were cut into the wood and passage along the path was easy.’
  • 27) ‘They help roots scavenge more nutrients and water from the soil in exchange for sugar to make the molecules they need to live and grow.’
  • 28) ‘It can grow in soil with limited moisture because of its ability to send roots deep into the soil to tap water there.’
  • 29) ‘A few sweet roots, parsnips, carrots and a stalk of celery will add flavour to the pan juices.’
  • 30) ‘From the mid-16th century suckets were made in Britain from local fruits, vegetables, and roots of many kinds.’
  • 31) ‘In this street market, celeriac, parsley root, arugula and frisée were available.’
  • 32) ‘Reduce the heat, add the carrots, celeriac, leeks, and parsley root and simmer until tender, about three hours.’
  • 33) ‘Women gathered roots, prairie turnips, bitterroot, and camas bulbs in the early summer.’
  • 34) ‘Add the carrot, celery root, onions, apples, and paprika and sauté until soft.’
  • 35) ‘First, there are the crisp, watery roots, such as carrots, jicama, radishes, and lotus root.’
  • 36) ‘Outside the cavern I had viewed various edible herbs and plants such as onions and turnips as well as roots and grasses.’
  • 37) ‘Leafy vegetables, roots, and fruits completed the traditional diet.’
  • 38) ‘In two medium saucepans, sauté the carrots and celery root with two tablespoons of butter separately.’
  • 39) ‘Even the accompanying potato and turnip gratin play off tuber and root, the warmth of one, the tang of the other.’
  • 40) ‘Wash the roots and put them in a casserole dish with a lid.’
  • 41) ‘In a saucepan, add veal shanks, tongue, leeks, parsnips, celery root, garlic, red wine and veal stock.’
  • 42) ‘Add the onions and parsley root and sauté until translucent.’
  • 43) ‘These include turnips, cabbage, mustard, cassava root, soybeans, peanuts, pine nuts and millet.’
  • 44) ‘Parsnips also make a wonderful soup and terrific fritters, and their long, blond roots are irresistible if roasted until the skinny tails scorch to a crisp.’
  • 45) ‘It is basically young ginger roots preserved in syrup, so I tried and reproduce something similar using first-of-the-season young ginger.’
  • 46) ‘Organisers also recognise ginger as ‘a root of empowerment in holistic medicine.’’
  • 47) ‘There actually looked to be enough meat left on the bones of her rabbit to cut up and fry along with some roots she found while hunting to supply a basic breakfast.’
  • 48) ‘These taste best when eaten raw, with the exception of lotus root, which should be thinly sliced and steamed or stir-fried.’
  • 49) ‘Licorice root happens to look just like an old cheroot cigarette.’
  • 50) ‘Sarsaparilla root contains saponins, which reduce microbes and toxins.’
  • 51) ‘This way, when you buy some valerian root or St. John's wort, you'll know if there are any adverse reactions that you could get by using the herbal medication.’
  • 52) ‘Millie picked up a piece of mandrake root and broke it.’
  • 53) ‘Just when we thought you couldn't screw-up chocolate, someone goes and adds things like ginkgo biloba and bilberry root.’
  • 54) ‘Both echinacea and goldenseal root have natural antibiotic activity and are extremely safe, when used as indicated on the label.’
  • 55) ‘Beer made from manioc root is offered, and the family meal is shared.’
  • 56) ‘In three small studies, men taking nettle root reported slightly better urine flow than men who were given a placebo.’
  • 57) ‘The diet of rural residents is based on the cassava root, which is called mandioca in Portuguese.’
  • 58) ‘I feel Mother's cold smile, her fingers releasing Nikola and his face relaxing when the roots of his hairs snap back into place in his skin.’
  • 59) ‘Start at the crown of your head, then flip your head upside down and lift your hair at the roots with your fingers.’
  • 60) ‘She could feel the rough fingers gently cupping her neck and touching the roots of her hair.’
  • 61) ‘She had blonde hair from her roots to her shoulders, then the color drastically changed like a person playing two different characters in a play.’
  • 62) ‘The shoulders of the young man lurched upwards in an irregular motion and his brows arched to the roots of his hair as he stared at his father.’
  • 63) ‘Severe flaking results from sebaceous glands, which are the glands near the roots of our hair.’
  • 64) ‘Her head turned to the vanity mirror, eyeing the blond roots of her hair that were growing in.’
  • 65) ‘The scarring types produce scars, which affect the hair root and destroy the papilla or matrix.’
  • 66) ‘He was a middle aged man of Chinese origin, his hair greying at the roots and his body starting the road to terminal shutdown many years from then.’
  • 67) ‘Even his hair and teeth clung to their roots, unlike the others who suffered from malnutrition.’
  • 68) ‘Vitamins A, C and E facilitate the normal shedding of dead cells, and most B vitamins feed follicles and hair roots.’
  • 69) ‘Only later did the penny drop that there weren't enough molars to match the worn milk teeth, and that the roots of the teeth had resorbed to the point that indicated they had been shed naturally.’
  • 70) ‘While electrolysis sounds more threatening, the premise behind this method is that a needle zaps the hair at its root and kills it.’
  • 71) ‘Waxing, on the other hand, pulls the entire hair out from the root.’
  • 72) ‘He had short hair with brown roots and blonde tips and I'd have noted his eye color but he didn't look at me for very long and I hadn't been close enough to tell.’
  • 73) ‘His lofty glance seemed to measure her from the roots of her hair to the tips of her toes, leaving the girl stifling with self-consciousness.’
  • 74) ‘His two-toned blond hair with black roots was falling over his eyes and he tried to blow it upwards and out of his eyes, failing miserably.’
  • 75) ‘I'd just sit in the little cuticle and chew my nails down to the roots, not caring if they put me in one of those straitjackets.’
  • 76) ‘The root of the hair extends down into the follicle and widens into a bulb at its base, which is the center of hair growth.’
  • 77) ‘The brush-on pearlised colors in four shades are best applied on long hair when strands are held together and color stroked on from the root to the tip.’
  • 78) ‘When they experience pain in the middle of the night in bed or while sitting, this is due to interference in circulation to the nerve root and spinal cords where it has been compressed.’
  • 79) ‘A little deviation, and you will hit the spinal cord or the nerve root or damage the pedicle that supports the screw.’
  • 80) ‘Perspectives are the root, the basic fiber, and the foundation of every social plague impoverishing us.’
  • 81) ‘If I had not experienced some degree of disappointment and been determined to find the root cause, I may not have gained important knowledge about myself.’
  • 82) ‘‘Failure to address added services at the point of origin is the root of payment failure,’ he says.’
  • 83) ‘Kurosawa draws the best possible performances from these actors by staying true to the source's roots as a play.’
  • 84) ‘The forces that shape history have their roots in the most basic conditions of social and economic life.’
  • 85) ‘While money is supposedly the root of all evil, the wealthy are much less likely to argue about money than most folks.’
  • 86) ‘The old saying, ‘Money is the root of all evil,’ came back to haunt her.’
  • 87) ‘But the desire for power comes from envy which is the root cause of all evil.’
  • 88) ‘Pain is definitely at the root of weight gain for me.’
  • 89) ‘This is very much a global liquidity crisis in the works, with unprecedented leveraged speculation at the root of the unfolding financial debacle.’
  • 90) ‘Technological innovation is an important source of variation in organizations and, in turn, a root of organizational adaptation.’
  • 91) ‘To Kaitlin, he looked like the root of all her nightmares.’
  • 92) ‘There are endemic and perhaps diverse reasons at the root of inflation.’
  • 93) ‘As no doctor could help, he began to examine himself in mirrors, eventually concluding that faulty postural habits lay at the root of his problem.’
  • 94) ‘Sexual drive is at the root of humanity, and it is extremely resilient at the worst of times.’
  • 95) ‘At root, their differences reflected wildly divergent political perspectives, as well as contending visions of the future.’
  • 96) ‘Charlie had dealt with the root of his anger problem.’
  • 97) ‘Prejudice seems to be the chief root of discrimination.’
  • 98) ‘‘It is a complex issue that goes to the root of sexual health matters,’ she says.’
  • 99) ‘That, I guess, is the root of my fascination with this era.’
  • 100) ‘It's about my background and about roots, family, music and manhood.’
  • 101) ‘Joey had curly brown hair and was as dark as an African American, but his family roots originate from Spain.’
  • 102) ‘They and their families have their historical roots in the original villages.’
  • 103) ‘Colonization broke the power of the traditional rulers, but social status is still partially determined by a person's family roots.’
  • 104) ‘Many Americans of Bulgarian descent are re-discovering their ethnic roots.’
  • 105) ‘I want to hold on to my roots, my origins, my family, my friends.’
  • 106) ‘People's sense of their cultural roots - a recognition of a place having a strong patina of age and strong local identity - is often instinctive.’
  • 107) ‘Either he must assimilate in order to succeed or he must forego success for his ethnic roots and familial ties.’
  • 108) ‘So most nationals prefer not to talk about their cultural roots and very often do not even know their ancestral tree.’
  • 109) ‘Children living on the street, the lack of family roots, and an increase in crime have brought tremendous social stresses to Latin American countries.’
  • 110) ‘This was somewhat ironic, as I know for a fact that my family once had its roots in the moors of England as well, and that we were one of the wealthier families and reviled by many.’
  • 111) ‘You'll probably need to learn a lot more about each other's religious and ethnic roots, as well as introduce your children to a host of varied rituals.’
  • 112) ‘Dictators and other political powers often suppress art because it provides a point of critical resistance, building a new national identity by evoking cultural roots.’
  • 113) ‘With her memory of the past, their aunt serves as the instrument of a gendered return to their ethnic roots carried out in strongly ambivalent terms.’
  • 114) ‘Their region had most of the nation's industries, and their French cultural roots were considered an advantage.’
  • 115) ‘As artists it is important that we be free no matter what our racial and ethnic roots are - to find and define and follow our aesthetic.’
  • 116) ‘In the broad Canadian scene, a diverse group of Baptists with different theological or ethnic roots has emerged.’
  • 117) ‘Many Sansei long to know more about their cultural roots, although the ways of their grandparents are alien to them.’
  • 118) ‘English cultural roots lie in a merging of Anglo-Saxon, Danish, and Norman French culture that has existed as a synthesis since the late Middle Ages.’
  • 119) ‘After a few aimless years of drifting, he tries to find and establish ethnic roots similar to his own in order to rekindle the principles his father tried to instill in him.’
  • 120) ‘The stage, however, plays host not to righteous roots reggae or foam-mouthed punk rock, but to a scattered group of girls in school uniform.’
  • 121) ‘His output was a fusion of everything good in music at the time - chunky punk guitar, killer pop tunes and horns and baselines with a deep ska / roots influence.’
  • 122) ‘After signing with Zoë, a division of roots label Rounder, they returned re-energized with Open in 2001.’
  • 123) ‘Offered without sound but backed by the movie's manic bump and grind roots rock, they grow dull quickly.’
  • 124) ‘For 10 years running, VP Records annually pumps out compilations that pull from their massive dancehall and roots reggae catalogue.’
  • 125) ‘It's hard enough for most British bands to capture that roots vibe without sounding phoney or just plain ridiculous, but they pull it off and keep their own unique character too.’
  • 126) ‘It is not awful, but its steady flow of roots rock near-misses is, at the very least, disheartening.’
  • 127) ‘But that's not the typical response to this countrified roots rock.’
  • 128) ‘One song was roots rock, the next featured reggae backbeats.’
  • 129) ‘Paul thought he would give this roots business one more chance.’
  • 130) ‘As the show ended and fans filed to the exits only one thing was missing from this roots reverie - just a little more time.’
  • 131) ‘Bilyeu, along with his brother and cousins, play in Big Smith, a mountain roots band that bridge the gap between traditional Appalachian gospel and modern country.’
  • 132) ‘With their previous two albums, they had become the darlings of the roots rock scene.’
  • 133) ‘His plaintive, soulful voice floats over deep roots grooves, sweet chord changes and juicy horn stabs; the production is warm, deep and crisp.’
  • 134) ‘Their seminal blend of jazz, Afro-Cuban music and roots traditions continues to influence modern West and Central African music.’
  • 135) ‘Words combine with words, or prefixes and suffixes combine with roots, in ways that over time drift away from perfect sense.’
  • 136) ‘It's pretty clear, based on Green's paper-doll explanation, that the root morpheme must have been puppet.’
  • 137) ‘Significantly, the root of bahelawi is bahel, meaning culture.’
  • 138) ‘So, Eskimoan languages are really extraordinary in their productive word-building capability, for any root you might pick.’
  • 139) ‘I do not intend ‘rational’, in this sense, but, rather, in the sense of its Latin root, ratio, meaning reason.’
  • 140) ‘Where there is no figure under a note, the convention is that this denotes the most common chord, which Mr Protheroe describes as a root-position chord; i.e a triad with a root note, the third above and the fifth above.’
  • 141) ‘I have an idea of the flavour now - the root note of the melody, gently picked electric guitar, a line or two of vocals.’
  • 142) ‘This is all captured in the toy sax sound that just honks the root note as if someone who can't really play the sax has been given one lesson and one take to give it their best shot.’
  • 143) ‘He's just about incompetent whenever he tries anything but the root of the chord, so it's not like we're getting much help from that side, either.’
  • 144) ‘Smith's multitracked trumpets mimic the weary blare of the foghorns, often taking their pitches as the root notes for fantastic chords.’
  • 145) ‘The greatest threat to a typical Linux installation, in my opinion, is a careless root user.’
  • 146) ‘I logged in as root and created an account for myself.’
  • 147) ‘Run this command either with your normal user ID or as root; no command-line options are necessary.’
  • 148) ‘Log on to the system as a user with root authority.’
  • 149) ‘The root account allows the user to perform any command and access any data.’
  • 150) ‘With all of that said, today it is possible to grow Pink Dogwoods by rooting cuttings under intermittent mist.’
  • 151) ‘The earlier the cuttings are rooted the taller will be the blooming plants.’
  • 152) ‘It's a good time to root stem cuttings so you will have new plants for the garden next spring.’
  • 153) ‘When using the second method for rooting hardwood cuttings of deciduous plants you do everything exactly the same as you do with method number one, up to the point where you bury them for the winter.’
  • 154) ‘About six months after you have rooted your cutting, you can transplant it directly into the garden, if you choose.’
  • 155) ‘I cut it back to bring indoors and rooted the cuttings.’
  • 156) ‘An easy way to overwinter desirable varieties is to root cuttings in the fall.’
  • 157) ‘I've heard of people rooting rose cuttings, but have never succeeded at it.’
  • 158) ‘There are three different techniques for rooting cuttings of deciduous plants.’
  • 159) ‘The best way to propagate your favorites is to root stem cuttings taken from your own plants in spring.’
  • 160) ‘A Yoshino cherry is propagated by grafting a cutting onto another cherry trunk or by rooting small cuttings.’
  • 161) ‘They are easily rooted from cuttings, so I rarely bother gathering seeds from them.’
  • 162) ‘To prepare an area in which to root cuttings you must first select a site.’
  • 163) ‘I have successfully rooted plumeria branches broken from my plants.’
  • 164) ‘To keep a variety indefinitely, root a few stem cuttings every year.’
  • 165) ‘Take geranium cuttings of two to four inches to root indoors.’
  • 166) ‘They are the easiest rose to start from seed, and also the easiest to root from cuttings.’
  • 167) ‘Dryland corn is rooting at the three foot depth and, even with high temperatures and lack of precipitation, it is looking good.’
  • 168) ‘The cuttings root very easily in sand or in a rooting medium.’
  • 169) ‘These include the ability of mother plants to produce plenty of wood, the ease with which cuttings root, and also the ease with which they can be grafted.’
  • 170) ‘Keep moist and a high percentage of the cuttings will root in four to five weeks.’
  • 171) ‘The system includes a root-repellent membrane to prevent plants from rooting in the roof, a drainage system and a growing medium that is lighter than the soil used on the ground.’
  • 172) ‘Severe fires incinerate duff and all plants rooted there.’
  • 173) ‘At the time the young plant, having rooted, is placed in a pot, where it will remain for some two to three months.’
  • 174) ‘I had a sudden premonition of the proud tower reduced to a pile of rubble overgrown by the plants that had rooted in its mossy crevices.’
  • 175) ‘The resulting soil is loose and fast draining, which encourages plants to root deeply, well away from the desiccating heat at the surface.’
  • 176) ‘Now is the right time of year to take cuttings of rosemary which roots very easily in sand.’
  • 177) ‘Thicker layers may reduce the amount of oxygen in the soil and encourage plants to root in the mulch layer rather than in the soil.’
  • 178) ‘Once the succulents are rooted (in four weeks), he transfers them to pots or garden beds.’
  • 179) ‘Because it is busy rooting, any growth that you may have seen on the bulb will slow down until the plant is rooted - so don't panic of things seem to come to a dead halt.’
  • 180) ‘Once the stem has rooted it can be cut free of the mother plant.’
  • 181) ‘And remember, trees growing in lawns are rooted in the same soil as the grass and rarely require separate nitrogen fertilizer programs.’
  • 182) ‘Cluster-forming bulbous plants, such as daffodils, can be split after they have rooted a few years.’
  • 183) ‘The dome will keep the stems from drying out until the plant is rooted.’
  • 184) ‘Begin mowing when the lawn is firmly rooted, a month or two after planting.’
  • 185) ‘Supply high humidity, warmth and light in order for the cuttings to root within four to five weeks.’
  • 186) ‘The pool's dark surface is patterned with the reflection of a few bare trees that appear to be rooted within and just beyond the pool itself.’
  • 187) ‘While his intentions are deeply rooted in exploring black masculinity, the context of his work becomes part of a larger dialogue concerning race in America today.’
  • 188) ‘Third, the acceptance of despotic rule and the rejection of effective constitutional limitations on government are deeply rooted in tradition and religion.’
  • 189) ‘After all, it is deeply rooted in discrimination.’
  • 190) ‘While indigo is no longer a tool of oppression, it is still an area rooted in fiefdom and intolerance.’
  • 191) ‘Arthur is presented as a multifaceted figure, not one rooted in any particular area or with obvious historical roots.’
  • 192) ‘The ultimate effect is the emerging sense of values that resonates from these stories rooted in the delicate areas of modern life.’
  • 193) ‘Yet government-encouraged efforts to root Protestantism in Welsh culture were paying off by the end of the century.’
  • 194) ‘‘We are rooted in the worlds of art and culture,’ she says.’
  • 195) ‘Christianity, even as the dominant religion, has always had strains that cut against the mainstream, while still being rooted in and influenced by the culture and society of a particular time and place.’
  • 196) ‘Violence against women is a complex issue as it is rooted in masculinist structures of power.’
  • 197) ‘As a result, the design is rooted in two quite different yet familiar building types - the cottage and the loft.’
  • 198) ‘Such an approach has often been taken to be a break with the past, but is rooted in more than two millennia of logical and grammatical system-building.’
  • 199) ‘If it succeeds, the core will no longer be rooted in just one civilization (the West), but will span several continents in a global network of power and prosperity.’
  • 200) ‘Perceived as gender-neutral, these practices were rooted in old, idealised images of masculinity.’
  • 201) ‘The images suggested that the progress made by African Americans after the Civil War was rooted in the process of Americanization itself.’
  • 202) ‘Mental illness was rooted in a loss of existential freedom, leading to alienation and social exclusion.’
  • 203) ‘Swearing is rooted in the discourse of mortality.’
  • 204) ‘There, the death penalty is rooted in popular culture (even to the present).’
  • 205) ‘It is a paradox that Augustine would not have accepted, but it is rooted in the pragmatic imagination as a workable metaphysics.’
  • 206) ‘The whole essence of a gentleman is rooted in inequality.’
  • 207) ‘Who I am now is rooted in where I began and has been developed by where I have been since, and to ask my fromness is to ask my identity.’
  • 208) ‘The origins of the new disaster were rooted in Menem's years.’
  • 209) ‘No, the whole lack of pre-marriage activity (to be blunt: the total lack of a social life) was what my puzzlement was rooted in.’
  • 210) ‘Panofsky's contention that Van Eyck literally painted a marriage certificate was rooted in two early accounts of the picture.’
  • 211) ‘The ideological context of these exchanges over public policy is rooted in, and sustained by, references to the past.’
  • 212) ‘This social gaze is rooted in and reinforces moral assumptions that link being a good mother to caring and being a good father to earning.’
  • 213) ‘This abstract world gains its power from being rooted in very real emotions and anxieties that have haunted cinema since The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, another powerful film about the fragile nature of identity in the face of fantasy.’
  • 214) ‘Many of these clinical problems are already recognized as being rooted in, or exacerbated by, stress; it is Sarno's association of these disease entities with repressed rage that makes his theory unique.’
  • 215) ‘The origins of convivial practices on the mainland appear to have been rooted in the private sphere of elite social values, which emphasized generosity and hospitality in the framework of direct, reciprocal transactions.’
  • 216) ‘So when, during a lecture on D.H. Lawrence, Bill mentioned that the writer's sexual problems were rooted in his relationship with his mother, there was dead silence.’
  • 217) ‘His humour and his mad, mad giggle were rooted in an irreverence that couldn't let him take anything too seriously - especially himself.’
  • 218) ‘Those strange new paintings were rooted in the Maori figurative traditions that emerged on the East Coast in the late 19th century.’
  • 219) ‘His concerns were rooted in society, not theology.’
  • 220) ‘With him abstract work came from within, while figurative work and even abstraction from nature were rooted in external stimuli.’
  • 221) ‘Their method of art practice was rooted in political protest that rejected the more readily legible and democratic tropes of social realism.’
  • 222) ‘His work was rooted in a landscape, religion and a rural way of life.’
  • 223) ‘And part of our decision-making about what to publish and what to pursue is rooted in those unanswered questions.’
  • 224) ‘Together, they harness decades of experience in a variety of styles to make a musical statement that is rooted in tradition but with no fear of improvisation.’
  • 225) ‘My beef, as it would be, is rooted in your first two sentences.’
  • 226) ‘Food and farming, after all, are rooted in living plants and animals.’
  • 227) ‘His only thoughts were to escape, but fear rooted him to the spot.’
  • 228) ‘Stunned at this cover-up, I was rooted to the spot.’
  • 229) ‘But for some reason she couldn't move, as though she were rooted to the spot.’
  • 230) ‘I feel like I should go running after the little girl, but suddenly I'm rooted to the spot.’
  • 231) ‘As it was, I stood rooted to the spot with shock and it missed.’
  • 232) ‘The four other students stood rooted to the spot.’
  • 233) ‘We stood rooted to the spot, staring at each other.’
  • 234) ‘Torn by conflicting emotions, I stood rooted to the spot.’
  • 235) ‘May was inching slowly closer to David, who stood rooted to the spot.’
  • 236) ‘Then he stopped at the last cage, rooted to the ground in shock.’
  • 237) ‘He was momentarily speechless, rooted to the ground in the middle of the spacious air conditioned bedroom.’
  • 238) ‘But her feet seemed rooted to the ground and the spectacle of that great, angry crowd tearing towards her paralysed her with terror.’
  • 239) ‘She froze in place, her arms and legs locking together, her feet rooted to the ground.’
  • 240) ‘Lizzie didn't know what to do, she was as surprised as he, and her feet seemed rooted to the ground.’
  • 241) ‘Like a cornered animal, she remained rooted in place, gripping her purse.’
  • 242) ‘Waiting until the snake was only a foot or two away, while I stood rooted to the ground with fright, he took careful aim at it, and missed - twice.’
  • 243) ‘I stood rooted to the ground, not knowing how or what to react to my current feeling.’
  • 244) ‘Lizzie didn't touch her jacket; she was frozen, rooted to her seat, trapped in a strange coma-like state.’
  • 245) ‘It will root you in your seat, when it doesn't have you on the edge of it, or leaping up and cheering.’
  • 246) ‘I felt as though cold water had just been dumped over my head, shocking me and rooting me to the spot.’
  • 247) ‘The program allows you to customize your user interface without having to root the device.’
  • 248) ‘I personally cannot wait to root the phone and run custom ROMs.’
  • 249) ‘The proportion of people who want to recompile their phone OS is even smaller than the number who want to root their phone.’
  • 250) ‘Before you can start to do anything to your phone, you'll need to root it, which means basically to unlock the security settings put in place in the OS to prevent it from being altered.’
  • 251) ‘If I want to root my device, there's a very small chance that it's because I want to copy a movie, and a good chance that I want to take a screenshot of my widget setup, or play with a faster ROM.’
  • 252) ‘On the Bowling Green near Manhattan's southern tip, for instance, stood a vacant pedestal enclosed by an iron fence around which stray pigs often rooted.’
  • 253) ‘At night we saw dogs rooting in the shadows, and men walking in the cold, their hands drifting out of warm pockets reaching for what?’
  • 254) ‘We passed through a narrow gate, left open, and saw an empty cattle shed, and next to it a circular pig sty, with a few great swine rooting through the strawy mud.’
  • 255) ‘The girl rushes to join her mother, who is rooting through some old piles of lace handkerchiefs.’
  • 256) ‘These young designers root through junk piles and garage sales to create one-of-a-kind, quirky pieces of furniture.’
  • 257) ‘He turned and rooted through a pile of folders on a table beside him.’
  • 258) ‘Bounding to the bathroom, he rooted through the cabinets, stuffing everything he found into pockets and hiding places in his sweaters and tunic.’
  • 259) ‘She handed him her brown bag and he rooted through it.’
  • 260) ‘With shaking limbs, she rose from her bed, stumbled to the small wardrobe that held her few remaining possessions and started rooting through them, searching frantically.’
  • 261) ‘There was a big pile of stuff in the corner and I rooted through it and felt like a dog searching for a bone or a pig looking for a truffle.’
  • 262) ‘He looks over at Tim, who is wearing a pair of headphones over one ear and is rooting around in his jeans pockets for something, probably food.’
  • 263) ‘She sighed and started rooting though her rations pack looking for more food.’
  • 264) ‘We had to root around a bit to find food first, but had good luck eventually.’
  • 265) ‘Laura, in her nightgown, notices that Tom's bed is empty while he roots around in his pockets on the fire escape in search of his key.’
  • 266) ‘Ignoring his morals and his upbringings, Brad continued to root through the drawer in search of the gun.’
  • 267) ‘The burden would then be on them to root through all their files in search of infringing items.’
  • 268) ‘He was rooting through his pack for matches when Pierre-Jacques, no doubt assuming he was doing us a favor, soaked the assemblage in gasoline and ignited it with a cigarette lighter.’
  • 269) ‘I thought I'd rooted out all the hidden food in our kitchen.’
  • 270) ‘It is a specialist search tool, specifically refined to root out the bargains you're looking for and leave out the items you're not.’
  • 271) ‘The small band of loyal fans like me (I was born the same year as Myra) were reduced to rooting out his records only in 19-cent remainder bins.’
  • 272) ‘They had a bloody good root in all our stuff, just for the hell of it.’

Examples

  • 1) We take a different route because it has worked so far.
  • 2) He would then have just two routes to victory.
  • 3) You just need to go out and ask for advice and go down that route.
  • 4) We should look at a different route in.
  • 5) The route involves three to six hours' walking a day.
  • 6) An area of high pressure is blocking their direct route to the finish line so they are both having to plot a way north.
  • 7) Passengers have been forced to work from home or find alternative routes by bus or car, adding hours to their daily commutes.
  • 8) Cardiff airport last month launched a new route flying to London City airport.
  • 9) Just to play on the team bus for entertainment en route to matches.
  • 10) There will be reduced or suspended services on a number of routes.
  • 11) This is not just through obvious routes whereby weak housing hits purchases of furniture or carpets.
  • 12) There will be stops at friendly garden centres en route for plant and wheelbarrow servicing.
  • 13) Tube and bus routes within walking distance.
  • 14) They have taken different routes to get where they are now.
  • 15) We left camp and took the most direct route.
  • 16) Lunch in a café en route to the airport.
  • 17) Those conditions included the preservation of jobs and of some air routes.
  • 18) That leaves a sovereign wealth fund purchaser or a demerger as the most obvious exit route.
  • 19) The website hosts a range of transport and traffic tools so you can plan the quickest route.
  • 20) People will always look for new routes and new ways round the system.
  • 21) They know they have to go the intellectual route to get your interest.
  • 22) Call it route one with finesse and flair.
  • 23) Park rangers were dispatched and began climbing the route.
  • 24) Most major arterial routes are already electrified.
  • 25) En route we stopped to buy petrol.
  • 26) The admirably simple home page channels you down any number of routes.
  • 27) One of them kicked a car that was just a little tardy in clearing the route.
  • 28) There have been landings at other Kent beaches since the new route opened up last summer.
  • 29) The routes include directions and details of how tough the walk is, how long it should take and what the surface conditions are like.
  • 30) The device includes an electronic compass, direction indicator, route planner and real time clock.
  • 31) The car park where the body was discovered will be transformed into a visitor's centre and a route through the cathedral will take tourists past his remains.
  • 32) Our route to this place was equally grand and experimental; grand, as to the width of the road, and beauty of the surrounding country -- but experimental, inasmuch as a part of the _route royale_ had been broken up, and rendered wholly impassable for carriages of any weight.
  • 33) I proposed to travel with an English friend named Pottinger to Vienna, and thence by some adventurous route or other through Germany to Paris; which was a great deal more to undertake in those days than it now is, entailing several hundred per cent. more pain and sorrow, fasting, want of sleep and washing, than any man would encounter in these days in going round the world and achieving _la grande route_; or the common European tour, to boot.
  • 34) I can get help from distribution companies, but certainly, I won't be going the label route.
  • 35) Po, after KFP 1, took the Shaolin route from the Shaw Brothers, decided to go on one of those epic "mountain journeys" and ran into Uwe Boll dressed in Spartan gear weeping over his latest epic failure of video game to movie disasters … Po, feeling a sense passion, not to mention outrage at a possiblely gay film maker dressed in "manly" attire … decapitates Uwe and saves the gear …
  • 36) In this case, the band decided to ignore the label route and go on its own -- and while the sales numbers don't seem all that exciting based on traditional metrics, in terms of the metric that counts the most to the band (money made), it's already made much more than its last record label album.
  • 37) Gas costs keep rising and the traffic congestion along the route is a major headache for drivers.
  • 38) Another route is a Ruger Red Lable if you want to go the O/U route.
  • 39) ‘Emi's limo was currently taking the scenic route, with its eventual destination as the Ishiyama mansion.’
  • 40) ‘They both take alternate routes to reach their destination.’
  • 41) ‘Shipping of rice to the north was hindered by privateering in shipping routes to those destinations.’
  • 42) ‘In many ways, the choice is akin to taking two different routes to the same destination.’
  • 43) ‘Other services let drivers view traffic cams to find the best route to any destination - and receive voice prompts to direct them at intersections.’
  • 44) ‘The carriage awaited him, and as soon as he was aboard, he continued his route to his destination of the estate.’
  • 45) ‘The idea assumes that most people, most of the time, will take the simplest route to their destination.’
  • 46) ‘The couple have the option of heading back to Derry along the A2 or taking a longer, more scenic route via Dungiven.’
  • 47) ‘They proposed opening trade routes, which of course would lead to closer relations between the estranged societies.’
  • 48) ‘Her friend tried to lead the way, but there were more officers along the street who kept blocking escape routes, so their course was disrupted.’
  • 49) ‘They are looking for scenic routes with comfortable overnight accommodation.’
  • 50) ‘Manrique pushed initiatives to safeguard the island's natural and cultural heritage while at the same time mapping out a scenic route for touring the island.’
  • 51) ‘Wagner had fled from Dresden just a few weeks before Hugo had left Stuttgart, and both had taken the route to Paris via Switzerland.’
  • 52) ‘From here, the entrance route is via a semi-enclosed courtyard with a concrete retaining wall.’
  • 53) ‘The updated system will allow any product to find the most efficient route to its destination, cutting lead times by 14 days.’
  • 54) ‘Every now and then, the scenic route would change.’
  • 55) ‘The girls were walking back via the scenic route, which led past the old makeshift campsite.’
  • 56) ‘She followed her in stages - waiting further along the escape route each night - all the way back to her refuge in the park.’
  • 57) ‘When Douglass makes his first escape attempt, he plans a route on the Chesapeake Bay.’
  • 58) ‘I hoped fervently that we would be taking a different route on the way out.’
  • 59) ‘Some of the worst black spots occur on train routes or main arterial roads around the country.’
  • 60) ‘New railway routes had enabled suburbs to spread far beyond the gold-rush city, so that, by 1891, Melbourne encompassed twice the area of Sydney.’
  • 61) ‘Such information can then let them target ads for specific markets to specific bus lines or train routes.’
  • 62) ‘Bridges and tunnels are being built to link cities and towns to the railway route.’
  • 63) ‘One of the locations may not contain necessary connectors such as ferry routes or main roads.’
  • 64) ‘The car proved very enjoyable to drive on the twisty roads of the test route behind Barcelona.’
  • 65) ‘The 7.8 acre site on the Kinsale Road in Cork is close to the Kinsale roundabout giving access to the South Ring Road, Lee Tunnel and main arterial routes.’
  • 66) ‘Other hot spots include Williamstown, Grantstown and Ballygunner, which follow the route of the Waterford ring road.’
  • 67) ‘Brave campaigners occupy beautiful wildlife sites along imminent road routes, tunnelling deep before the bulldozers move in.’
  • 68) ‘Campaigns tended to be fought along railway routes, which sometimes made the armoured train decisive.’
  • 69) ‘A number of avenues could be explored to resolve the problem of vehicles striking low railway bridges in areas outside the main motorway routes.’
  • 70) ‘This corridor would connect Sligo, Galway, Limerick and Cork and open up rail services to towns along the now largely abandoned railway route.’
  • 71) ‘Founded in 1924, the airline flew on routes between London and destinations in continental Europe until 1927.’
  • 72) ‘Ryanair now operates dozens of new routes to destinations all over Europe, but out of Stansted, in London.’
  • 73) ‘Container integrity is the reasonable assurance that the contents shipped - via overseas and truck routes - are those that were ordered.’
  • 74) ‘Buses on dedicated routes can regularly travel at 35 miles per hour and adhere far more closely to schedules.’
  • 75) ‘The route will shorten travel time between Hong Kong and New York from 33 days to 26 days.’
  • 76) ‘The site is close to the route planned for the extension of the M50, as well as Stackstown golf course and Marlay Park.’
  • 77) ‘The accident happened at 9.30 pm on route 95 as a result of a previous accident.’
  • 78) ‘The following year the Government launched a public consultation process for a route from Tallaght to Dundrum via the city centre.’
  • 79) ‘The benchmark run was the actual milk collection and delivery routes used by the cooperative.’
  • 80) ‘The committee distributed weekly questionnaires on African American history, delivering them on routes primarily in black neighborhoods.’
  • 81) ‘For example, we make sure all of the drivers on our routes deliver milk the same way.’
  • 82) ‘The Texas company pioneered the use of wireless communications on delivery routes.’
  • 83) ‘Another key to increasing same-store sales is adding wholesale business by upping the number of grocery stores and other outlets on delivery routes.’
  • 84) ‘Data such as the weekly or daily sales figures from individual delivery routes across the country couldn't be accessed.’
  • 85) ‘Rolling-store operators normally traveled set routes on each day of the week.’
  • 86) ‘Chandler saved his pennies and began buying those routes, one by one, until 1886 when he owned virtually all the paper delivery routes in the city, including those of his employer's rivals.’
  • 87) ‘They couldn't identify or eliminate unprofitable routes or product lines immediately.’
  • 88) ‘Products are distributed in traditional ways on company routes as well as through chain warehouses and distribution centers.’
  • 89) ‘Going the blazing guns route almost always resulted in extreme failure for me.’
  • 90) ‘A fixed canon does not solve problems, nor provide a healthy route for progress.’
  • 91) ‘As we continue to gain technical understanding of the routes of exposure, we gain practical understanding of steps that will reduce risk.’
  • 92) ‘Significant rates of debt reduction by way of the bankruptcy route have consequences that can only be called catastrophic.’
  • 93) ‘In a global market, consolidation has become a survival strategy, not a route for risk-taking.’
  • 94) ‘These departments could follow the same route and describe their way of working in similar, proven ways.’
  • 95) ‘This process involves examining the options available to achieve the agreed objectives and finding the strategic route forward.’
  • 96) ‘If we can simply preserve as much of that wealth as we can, and use it as efficiently as possible, then we are a long way down the route to financial independence.’
  • 97) ‘They enable more people to invest in property, but in a much more flexible manner than the traditional route of becoming a landlord.’
  • 98) ‘When confronted with a risk, an entrepreneur weighs the costs and benefits, decides which route makes sense, and takes action.’
  • 99) ‘If the bank is not going to dip into 2002 profits to deal with the problem, then shareholders need to know what other routes it might take to deal with it.’
  • 100) ‘Both recognized that in the second half of the twentieth century the best way to succeed in theatre was via the nonprofit route.’
  • 101) ‘I applied for Child Tax Credit months ago via the Internet route.’
  • 102) ‘For many other immigrants, the route to economic stability was in self-sufficiency.’
  • 103) ‘Two different routes have been followed by liberal institutionalists in their attempt to explain the emergence of regimes.’
  • 104) ‘Physicians should choose the route of administration based on each patient's financial situation and the risk of noncompliance.’
  • 105) ‘How H pylori is usually acquired and its route of transmission are unknown.’
  • 106) ‘I've always believed that decency and honesty are the best routes to success.’
  • 107) ‘Sports is producing more and more superstars as it becomes a route to riches.’
  • 108) ‘I'm not someone who believes that working long hours is the route to riches.’
  • 109) ‘The software lets you use pseudonyms on the Web, and it routes all of your Web activity through encrypted servers, making you virtually untraceable online.’
  • 110) ‘In lending, it routes each customer's loan application to four different banks and makes an average of about $500 when the loan closes.’
  • 111) ‘He looks at the address on the envelope of a packet of information, and then he routes the packet to the specified mailbox.’
  • 112) ‘When e-mail arrives in your inbox - or any of the folders into which you route your mail - SpamNet compares it with a database of known spam.’
  • 113) ‘Another highlight is the ability to route customer calls based on agent skills, to help prevent customers being transferred by agents unable to help them.’
  • 114) ‘The Korean forum has focused upon wired networking, including powerline networking, to route content throughout the home, he said.’
  • 115) ‘‘You should route all power to the fusion reactor,’ Mark called above the din.’
  • 116) ‘This vision is of a rich web of linked information, with markup allowing machines to route relevant information to the audiences that value it most.’
  • 117) ‘When a packet needs to be routed, the router looks in its routing table for the next-hop IP address the packet should take to get to the destination.’
  • 118) ‘I switched my receiver to stereo mode, and everything was routed to the front right speaker.’
  • 119) ‘Blocks are sealed, conveyed through metal detectors and routed to an automatic case packer before they are weighed and labeled.’
  • 120) ‘Since the Chapter 11 bankruptcy of our west coast co-location provider, we have been routing all of our traffic through our secondary server farm in New York City.’
  • 121) ‘The remaining 9,000 shares would be routed to whichever markets offer the second-best price - and so on until the order is filled.’
  • 122) ‘All requests for foreign purchases of South African property must be routed through an authorised dealer, in other words a registered banker.’
  • 123) ‘Any shipping making the transition past the Blizzard Falls had to be routed through the port facilities there, making it the gateway from the upper to lower lakes.’
  • 124) ‘This means that requests for service need to be intercepted or inspected so they can be routed to the most appropriate service instance available.’
  • 125) ‘Similarly, preferred clients could have their data routed to a higher-speed server.’
  • 126) ‘Any attempt to speak to them is routed to a vast office where harassed and underpaid staff attempt to deal with routine inquiries.’
  • 127) ‘The planar waveguide process involves placing glass fibres on silicon chips in order to provide pathways capable of routing a light signal between fiber optic strands.’
  • 128) ‘The system relies on maintaining all three connections whenever possible and simply routing data packets onto whichever offers the fastest throughput.’
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