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Ward 27), one gains the impression that Meursault equably accepts human nature's ambiguous quotient of violence and evil and concludes that there's not much one can do about it (32-34).
Ah, Claud," said the minister equably, "our laws are mainly for guidance.
When a character in another story exclaims, "This is unfair, it's oppressive, it's humiliating--," his mother replies equably, "Sure it's Christmas.
This is most conspicuous in Malone Dies (25) where the dying Malone decides to face death equably and to remain 'neutral and inert' (p.
Therefore, from the point of view of a juridically framed economy, taxes must be always established, according to Rosmini, within these two fundamental limits: (1) the contributions must not exceed the need of the social end, and (2) they must be equably distributed in proportion to the citizens' abilities.
Pros' and 'cons' are today--which means, almost every day--listed and contrasted quite equably, in an atmosphere occasionally testy or bitter, but quite free from the explosive incriminations and lifetime sentences of a decade ago.
For all the sound and fury," he wrote equably, "the world looks much like it did on September 10"; "the tragic drama of that day did not usher in a new era.
And, if and when the relationship ends, they will have to legally dissolve their partnership and divide any assets equably
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to set and for judges and prosecutors, equably, evenhandedly, and
The focus of his campaign was on Labor's claim that it would to distribute the fruits of economic growth more equably and that it would be far more proactive than the Coalition Government in facilitating opportunity for all (as through education).
Derrygonnelly were equably culpable in the melee which lasted just 15 seconds with Jonathan McGurn and Frank McKenna receiving 24-week bans and Paul Greene getting eight weeks, all for striking offences.
The latter is grounded metaphysically by Newton's vision of an absolute time that flowed forth equably, independent of observers.
Neisseria meningitidis serogroups W135 and A were equably prevalent among meningitis cases occurring at the end of the 2001 epidemics in Burkina Faso and Niger.