Gates Definition

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1. 'We could have been in serious ?danger,' said Mr Kingdom. 'I got our people to safety and dashed back to my truck to drive up to the Two gates lay-by on the Tiverton to Barnstaple road. 1
2. "I did not moult from a hawk into a dove, " says Mr gates. 1
3. "I felt when I was at CIA, that as a professional intelligence officer, like a military officer, I should be apolitical, and so I didn't register with a party," gates said. 1
4. "In his prime, gates combined the monomania of the compulsive software programmer with the competitiveness of Attila the Hun, " said Nicholas Carr, author of Does IT Matter and The Big Switch. 1
5. "Is this embarrassing? Yes. Is it awkward? Yes. Consequences for U. S. foreign policy, I think fairly modest, " said gates, a former CIA director and intelligence analyst. 1
6. "Manners make the man, " wrote Wykeham William over his gates at Winchester and at Oxford. 1
7. "Secretary Gates' visit to China in January coincided with the test flight of our J-20 stealth fighter," Chen said. 0
8. "This technology is intended as a mask for the development of an intercontinental ballistic missile," gates said in a March 29 interview on the Fox television network's Fox News Sunday. 1
9. "Two gates there are for dreams," said Penelope to Odysseus after his ten years' wandering had ended. "One made for horn and one of for ivory. 1
10. A boy has come off his motor-cycle at the roundabout outside the main gates. 1
11. A connection was made to the stand pipe each time the portcullis end gates were raised. 1
12. A crowd gathered at the factory gates. 1
13. A crowd had already collected outside the embassy gates. 1
14. A downhill skiing race in which participants must pass between pairs of gates set along a course that is larger and often steeper than a slalom course. 1
15. A few vestiges of the original structure remain today, including the canopied gates. 1
16. A few weeks later I received an invitation to compete at an international meeting in Gateshead, the Amoco Games. 0
17. A group of hacks were huddled around the gates, waiting for her to emerge. 1
18. A large car swished past them and turned into the embassy gates. 1
19. A line of cars swung out of the palace gates. 1
20. A new spatial encoding method is presented to implement optical fuzzy logic gates by using shadow-casting. 1
21. A padlock on gates leading into the station from Eversholt Street had been cut in advance. 1
22. A point of view from a Western Falconer My name is Alan gates and I am a British Falconer . 1
23. A queue formed by the gates, and a policeman tried to move people along. 1
24. A scheme can be considered, i. e. a coal chute rise is re-driven along the edge of goaf in coal pillars, and the gates are run along the strike. 1
25. A self - indulgent America opened the flood - gates of chaos. 1
26. A solitary cannon shot gave the signal, and the invading army marched into Moscow—at the Tver, the Kaluga, and the Dorogomilov gates. 1
27. A surge of people poured through the gates. 1
28. A truck tore past the gates. 1
29. A Volvo estate car was parked outside the gates and a middle-aged couple picnicked on the grass verge. 1
30. A: What did you think of Bill gates when you were at school? 1


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  - a hinged barrier used to close an opening in a wall, fence, or hedge.

  - the number of people who pay to enter a sports facility, exhibition hall, etc., for any one event.

  - a device resembling a gate in structure or function.

  - an electric circuit with an output which depends on the combination of several inputs.


  - confine (a student) to school or college.


  - (in place names) a street.


  - a Boolean operator that gives the value one if at least one operand (or input) has a value of one, and otherwise has a value of zero.


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