And Heraclius had been at death grips with each other a great invasion had been preparing in Arabia.
We're trying to come to grips with our day to day problems like the rest of the masses.
It was as if I hadn't had time to come to grips with that tragedy with the world wind swirling around me.
He then grips the body of the bottle with a four-pronged clip, attached to an iron rod, and passes it to the " bottle maker."
The whole pot, with its contents of viscous glass, is then removed bodily from the furnace by means of huge tongs and is transported to a crane, which grips the pot, raises it, and ultimately tips it over so as to pour the glass upon the slab of the rolling-table.
Gripping and draining ploughs are employed in opening the grips and trenches necessary both in surface and underground drainage.
The navy chafed at its inactivity and looked eagerly for some outlet where it could get at grips with its enemy.
Between Euclides and Antisthenes the Socratic induction and universal definition were alike discredited from the point of view of the Eleatic logic. It is with the other point of doctrine that Plato comes to grips, that which allows of a certainty or knowledge consisting in an analysis of a compound into simple elements themselves not known.