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it has knocked off and plucked away the beard from his face as if it had been shaved off designedly.
Did he intend to represent him (1) as employing sophistries; (2) as designedly irritating the judges?
At length D'Artagnan, designedly, uttered the name of Colbert; he had reserved that stroke for the last.
Publicly and privately, it were much better for the age in which he lived, that he and the legion of whom he was one were designedly bad, than indifferent and purposeless.
Sir Percival's reply (though not designedly uncivil) had only resulted in making matters worse, and Mr.
s faculties and memory for business became, through causes into which it is not necessary or expedient for me to enter, weakened and confused, - HEEP - designedly perplexed and complicated the whole of the official transactions.
Disgruntled over the US move, the protesters articulated vehement rejection of any action designedly undermining the Islamic and Arab characteristics of the holy city of Jerusalem, Egypt's official news agency (MENA) reported.
On this topic, the need for foundational commitment trumps the open-ended, designedly dynamic adjustment and evolution of beliefs which is the hallmark of a marketplace of ideas.
International Law also says Israel's system is designedly one of repression and has no right to self-defense.
Under the resulting legal regime, the nondelegation doctrine is indeed a "dead letter," (26) and Congress is free in practice to leave statutes as designedly vague as it pleases.
50) They are a legal response to the evil of one person designedly doing economic damage to another.
The simplicity of their behaviour, almost tending to excite smiles, which at first seem not consonant to the serious cast of the work, appeared to me not only improper, but was marked designedly in that manner.
Designedly, the land is not mere setting or backdrop but an important character.
Later, in the Essay, he extends this principle to all existing human languages, pointing out the arbitrary nature of a linguistic sign: "The Names given to these [things] in several languages, are such arbitrary sounds or words, as Nations of men have agreed upon, either casually or designedly, to express their Mental notions of them" (Essay, 20).
In a letter to Asa Gray, May 22, 1860, Charles Darwin recounts his consternation "that a beneficent & omnipotent God would have designedly created the Ichneumonidae with the express intention of their feeding within the living bodies of caterpillars.