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planned, weighed, or estimated in advance

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characterized by conscious design or purpose

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done or made or performed with purpose and intent

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I wasn't guilty of any intentional disrespect toward you.
Polemarchus and I may have been guilty of a little mistake in the argument, but I can assure you that the error was not intentional.
Every psychical phenomenon is characterized by what the scholastics of the Middle Ages called the intentional (also the mental) inexistence of an object, and what we, although with not quite unambiguous expressions, would call relation to a content, direction towards an object (which is not here to be understood as a reality), or immanent objectivity.
This intentional inexistence is exclusively peculiar to psychical phenomena.
He staggered as he said this, and then repeated the motion, trying to make it seem as if it had been intentional.
Mueller, "originated in Greece in an intentional travestie of human affairs.
This was the plain truth, and though she could not blame herself for any intentional neglect, she was sadly troubled in her mind, and sadly in want of a word of advice.
Since this care is needful to the life of children, to neglect them is to murder them; again, to give them up to be managed by those people who have none of that needful affection placed by nature in them, is to neglect them in the highest degree; nay, in some it goes farther, and is a neglect in order to their being lost; so that 'tis even an intentional murder, whether the child lives or dies.
It was certainly an apparent vengeance on their crime of mutiny and piracy that brought them to the state they were in; and they showed not the least remorse for the crime, but added new villanies to it, such as the piece of monstrous cruelty of wounding a poor slave because he did not, or perhaps could not, understand to do what he was directed, and to wound him in such a manner as made him a cripple all his life, and in a place where no surgeon or medicine could be had for his cure; and, what was still worse, the intentional murder, for such to be sure it was, as was afterwards the formed design they all laid to murder the Spaniards in cold blood, and in their sleep.
Whether this was an intentional and waking departure, or a somnambulistic leave-taking and walking in her sleep, may remain a subject of contention; but, on one point (and indeed the main one) all parties are agreed.
Raskolnikov smiled at the exaggerated and intentional distortion of his idea.
By the time Maxwell arrived at the office, he had already made final revisions on his newly released book, Intentional Living: Choosing a Life That Matters, given two speeches and shot a television segment, and yet still had the same amount of energy as when he started the day.
Gleb Tsipursky, the author of "Find Your Purpose Using Science," wrote an article originally published on the blog of Intentional Insights and later on The Hufftington Post, entitled "3 Steps to Living Intentionally," in order to gain insight on the above question.
Summary: Former Prime Minister Saad Hariri denounced Monday Israeli attacks on Palestinians at Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa Mosque compound, describing them as "an intentional and deliberate crime.
If the insured's conduct is an intentional act, then it is not an accident.