But while he eyed the approaching hand, he at the same time contrived to keep track
of the club in the other hand, suspended threateningly above him.
"I never keep track
of the years," said Miss Cuttenclip, laughing.
One could not sit in at high finance and keep track
of such things.
You'll get married some day, and I'll have nothing to do but keep track
of the lawyers and business agents who will take care of the money my father's going to leave me."
"You look as though you had never heard of him; but as the cricket and racing are the only part of your paper that you condescend to read, you can't be expected to keep track
of all the peers created in your time.
Harvey had never heard Disko talk so long, and collapsed with burning cheeks; but, as Dan said promptly, a boy could only learn what he was taught at school, and life was too short to keep track
of every lie along the coast.
The foundation of their system is a handwritten notebook of pertinent information on every ballet and its costumes; they call it "the bible" and in it they record a costume's history and keep track
of its storage, whether-in the enormous costume room at the State Theater or in any of the several dressing rooms.
For monitoring real estate holdings, an efficient system can quickly produce vacancy reports and keep track
of all costs.
The enhanced database can now also keep track
of production of each separate part in a family mold with up to six cavities.
Leduina Co, provincial environment and natural resources officer (Penro) of Pangasinan, said the agency has kept watch on the Ilocos region leg of the national greening program (NGP) by geotagging, a process of fixing the coordinates and distance of each sapling planted in the area so computers aided by satellites can keep track
When handhelds made their big splash on the tech scene in the early 1990s, administrators mostly used them to keep track
of meetings and schedules.
Here at PS, we recommend you keep track
of the original screws and keep some right-size replacements on hand.