“The price to play in browsing is safe, fast, and stable,” he says.
That kind of browsing was a purely visual experience that usually cleared my mind, allowing it to regenerate.
Its primary investor is Marc Andreessen, who helped invent the very concept of Web browsing.
Perez, who was browsing for books at the book fair, said that she welcomes the return of the PRI.
While browsing through the archives, we at The Daily Beast stumbled upon this marvelous photograph.
It had grown smaller with the passing months, and a great hollow had been worn in its side by the browsing cattle.
They were browsing on the grass, unconscious that an enemy was near.
Cows pastured there, penetrating through the leafy passages from one opening to another, and browsing among the bushes.
At a little distance off their animals were browsing upon the grass.
The bellowing of red deer comes from a neighbouring corrie, and a herd of roe are browsing on the confines of the scrub.
mid-15c., "feed on buds," from Middle French brouster, from Old French broster "to sprout, bud," from brost "young shoot, twig," probably from Proto-Germanic *brustjan "to bud," from PIE *bhreus- "to swell, sprout" (see breast (n.)). Lost its final -t in English on the mistaken notion that the letter was a past participle inflection. Figurative extension to "peruse" (books) is 1870s, American English. Related: Browsed; browsing.