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to oblige to do or not do by force of authority, propriety, or custom

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function is expectably somewhat better than the 2-parameter function (Equation (7)) to which is reduces for M = 1.
And they react to their teachers in expectably varied ways.
Fructus, the word in the Vulgate for the biblical apple, comes from frui, "enjoy," so expectably the for-its-own-sake Scene A is self-contained.
This is also and more expectably the case of the nine Alutiiq Elders in the final chapter, although there is a listing of Alutiiq Elders, their places of birth and present residences (xi-xii), and the three editors are given very brief biographical sketches (p.
There are 152 of them, expectably more than any other single source.
But do brace yourself for the expectably contrived, happy ever after ending.
Expectably nine-tenths of the publications using poetry seem most intent to defend its various act rather than to enjoy it.
And I don't want to belabor it, but isn't a woman who has just come from burying her mother in the last two hours and wants desperately to get back home to her family expectably going to have something else on her mind?