Almost every time a new carriage drove up a whisper ran through the crowd and caps were doffed
hat and bowed head at the sight of him, but the serf folded his hands and leaned them upon his cudgel, looking with little love at the knot of nobles and knights-in-waiting who rode behind the king.
Up they ran to Robin Hood and doffed
their caps to him respectfully, while the Sheriff sat still from very amazement.
Then the Sheriff stepped down from the raised seat and came to where the archers stood, while all doffed
their caps that saw him coming.
We had taken a good deal of trouble to teach ourselves the kindly German custom of saluting all strangers with doffed
hat, and we resolutely clung to it, that morning, although it kept us bareheaded most of the time a nd was not always responded to.
He wore a high square yellow cap of a peculiar fashion, assigned to his nation to distinguish them from Christians, and which he doffed
with great humility at the door of the hall.
This machine is designed to perform the same tasks as the 'classic' Salmoiraghi automatic Doffers, namely, travelling to the required locations in front of the winders, doffing the yarn bobbins from the winders and transferring the doffed
bobbins to the next machine in the automated handling chain.
It was a venue fit for a king and though our man at the decks kept his crown covered for most of the night he doffed
his cap to promoters Clockwork who helped the whole thing tick over nicely.
BOOKIES have doffed
their cap to a mystery punter who travelled to Teesside to back the winner of this year's Man Booker Prize.
The days when everybody new their place and doffed
caps are over, Mr Lapping.
neck, and that my recently doffed
sox smell of nothing but lust.
Two experiments were performed to assess the accuracy of a novel algorithm designed to classify use of prostheses as (1) movement (e.g., walking, using stairs, or transitioning from one posture to another), (2) standing (i.e., upright standing posture with minimal movement), (3) sitting (i.e., seated posture with minimal movement), or (4) doffed
(i.e., prosthesis not being worn) based on data from the pylon-mounted accelerometer.