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In his fourth combat with De Grantmesnil, the Disinherited Knight showed as much courtesy as he had hitherto evinced courage and dexterity.
The present party of Crows, however, evinced nothing of the invidious character for which they are renowned.
I cannot say truthfully that Snider evinced much enthusiasm at my rescue.
Indeed he so overflowed with liberality and condescension, that, in the fulness of his heart, he invited Mr Swiveller to partake of a bowl of punch with him at that remote and indefinite period which is currently denominated 'one of these days,' and paid him many handsome compliments on the uncommon aptitude for business which his conduct on the first day of his devotion to it had so plainly evinced.
The single gentleman, perhaps because he had met with such things in his travels, or perhaps because he WAS a single gentleman, evinced no surprise, but merely inquired 'Wife or Sister?
Of the last two, humanity and Christianity, whose long history of association we have earlier suggested, the sixteenth-century Spaniard from Las Casas to Acosta could agree that the capacity of the Indian for Christianization, a process dependent upon the possession of a rational soul, became the definitive determinant of a native's actual humanity [71] But what we need to appreciate in this respect for Botero, and independently evinced in Spanish practice, is the association of these two with the apparent necessity of a rational civility, which would indicate that Christianity itself did not exhaust the civilizing process.
Humanizing the built environment was a theme elaborated by numerous speakers, including Frei Otto, whose long commitment to reconciling architecture, green issues and technology ('doing less with more') was evinced in his recent work (the bulbous roof structure of Stuttgart rail way station is based on the self-determining form of a soap bubble) and Herman Hertzberger, who showed how the extraordinary, circular rammed earth structures of provincial China had influenced his social housing schemes in Germany.
Though Salonen may have lacked the structural grasp that Pierre Boulez evinced in this piece with the Philharmonic several seasons ago, he nonetheless demonstrated real talent for painting on a big canvas.
Yet here, as in the "Perpetual Photos" of twenty years before, what McCollum evinced was a certain farsightedness, a productively thwarted desire to recognize more than recognition it self--in other words, the view through the keyhole.
SprintNextel's inability to hold onto its subscribers, as evinced by its terrible churn rate compared to other US carriers, may finally be at an end.
For prohibitionists, of course, the self-regulation evinced by better than 95 percent of gamblers is a logical impossibility or, perhaps, a logical improbability.
This continues the Modernist quest for talismanic transparency, but unlike the simple pristine clarity of a Miesian glass box, contemporary notions of transparency are more subtle and diffuse, as evinced by UN Studio's new art museum in Nijmegen (p54).
Gergiev and Salonen evinced full mastery over the orchestra; Nagano, now the L.
His insistence on the inestimable value of education evinced his wisdom and his true humanism.
Genteel women were not slaves to fashion, and evinced no burning desire to have aristocratic possessions; in fact they disdained the absurdity of some high fashion trends.