His colleagues described him as the hardest-working judge within the Ninth circuit.
Most of the young trekkers traversing the circuit still find time to check their email and update their Facebook pages.
Weak players, such as circuit City and Chrysler, quickly merge, fold or slash their workforce and operations.
And this was how, on Aug. 11, Aaron Walker and his co-defendants ended up on the 9th floor of the Montgomery County circuit court.
Significantly, the ceasefire was broken this fall with the filibuster of Obama D.C. circuit court nominee Caitlin Joan Halligan.
On the following morning the papers were filed with circuit Clerk Milam.
The circuit, which was to have been three miles, had extended to ten.
The circuit is completed by turning a switch and the plating begins.
He cut the circuit, grabbed a pencil and started scribbling.
The circuit arrangement of one of these is shown in Fig. 497.
late 14c., "a going around; a line going around," from Old French circuit (14c.) "a circuit; a journey (around something)," from Latin circuitus "a going around," from stem of circuire, circumire "go around," from circum "round" (see circum-) + ire "to go" (see ion). Electrical sense is from 1746. Of judicial assignments, from 1570s; of venues for itinerant entertainers, from 1834. Circuit breaker is recorded from 1874. Related: Circuital.
"to go around," early 15c., from circuit (n.). Related: Circuited; circuiting.
The term is used loosely for any device or subsystem using electrical or electronic components. E.g. "That lightning bolt fried the circuits in my GPS receiver". An integrated circuit (IC) contains components built on a Silicon die.
the apparent diurnal revolution of the sun round the earth (Ps. 19:6), and the changes of the wind (Eccl. 1:6). In Job 22:14, "in the circuit of heaven" (R.V. marg., "on the vault of heaven") means the "arch of heaven," which seems to be bent over our heads.