A dispatcher relayed instructions from a eureka detective to the arresting deputies.
Then a group of managers had a eureka moment at a leadership course.
Not just one of his films but all of them from Performance through to eureka.
Soon after this, Levenson had a eureka moment: He decided to host parties, where everything could take place at one venue.
Mayor Frank Jager of eureka made that clear when he spoke at a press conference outside the church.
On the eureka lead I found five men holding a claim, that stood a good chance of being “on the line.”
"I do see something," said eureka, in a dim and heavy voice.
A fog-horn voice blared, "In eureka we'll promise free motor rides through the prettiest country—"
I don't think that you'll never get to be an Archimedes and cry out 'eureka!'
At this a great light broke around me, and I shouted ‘eureka!’
c.1600, from Greek heureka "I have found (it)," first person singular perfect active indicative of heuriskein "to find" (see heuristic). Supposedly shouted by Archimedes (c.287-212 B.C.E.) when he solved a problem that had been set to him: determining whether goldsmiths had adulterated the metal in the crown of Hiero II, king of Syracuse.
A Greek word meaning “I have found it!” An exclamation that accompanies a discovery: “When she finally located the rare book, the scholar cried, ‘Eureka!’” (See Archimedes.)