disobediently


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in a disobedient manner

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So to say that a story in which Elijah restores the vision of a sage who disobediently gazed at the chariot of Rabbi Hiyya "encourage [s] human freedom, even the freedom to run risks" seems very far afield to me.
Furthermore, he is perfect as a disobediently strong Bond with the energy of someone half his age.
44) Medical men were apt to describe as insane women who were disobediently rebellious, or in open protest of the female role.
Other Enochic literature applies the theme of eating and drinking to the spiritual descendants of the giants, people who eat and drink disobediently and ungratefully.
He finally lost it around the time the plane landed, after one of those passengers disobediently left her seat and gave him more grief.
When Santeria disobediently refused its ascription to the past, the state performed a range of verbal, physical, and informal measures, varying from the insidiously subtle to the outright violent.
But Proserpina does ignore her mother's counsel, when, like Little Red Riding Hood who disobediently wanders into the forest, she runs into the fields to gather flowers.
Fiction can explore individual instances wherein time is lived differently, experimentally, even disobediently, by fictional characters, and this exploration can play out at the level of the story's temporal organization.