2015年8月5日 星期三

while away, all over, on top of

In his inscription, Wu Li records that he painted this handscroll one clear morning after a rainfall, sitting alone in his studio thinking of an absent friend.
Featured Artwork of the Day: Wu Li (Chinese, 1632–1718) | 清 吳歷 墨井草堂消夏圖 卷 Whiling Away the Summer | dated 1679http://met.org/1KtVXTj





Ema has reworked her White Fungus t-shirt. The last t-shirts will be sent out to FlyingV sponsors today and tomorrow. Sorry to take so long. It's a challenge to keep on top of everything but we chip away it day after day while also teaching. it's a crazy out-of-control project for two people to run.


“Manufacturers are all over the lot” in deciding which areas were affected, said Clarence Ditlow, executive director of the Center for Auto Safety. “How is it that one manufacturer has a bigger danger area than another?”

while away ‎(third-person singular simple present whiles awaypresent participle whiling awaysimple past and past participle whiled away)
  1. (transitive) To spend (timeidly but pleasantly  [quotations ▼]
    We whiled away the hours playing cards.



all over1



1Completely finished:it’s all over between us
2informal Everywhere:there were bodies all over
2.1With reference to all parts of the body:I was shaking all over
3informal Typical of the person mentioned:that’s our management all over!
4informal Effusively attentive to:James was all over her


on top of




1On the highest point or uppermost surface of:town perched on top of a hill
1.1So as to cover; over:his habit of wearing one V-neck jumper on top of another
2In command or control of:he couldn’t get on top of his work
3In addition to:on top of everything else he’s a brilliant linguist
4In close proximity to:we all lived on top of each other