of the case of legal punishment, I take it that we can reasonably discuss the moral legitimacy of states' compensating for the limitations they impose on their citizens' autonomy without first presenting a precise account of how the nature of the compensation should be understood in concrete cases.
David's Day in 1853 (a day on which Clough's then-deceased father had always celebrated his Welsh roots), just as Clough himself was trying to establish a new career in Massachusetts, his mother wrote reminiscently
if rather discouragingly from her cottage retreat in the Lake District about the father's earlier attempts at transatlantic success:
The result is the distinctive, ecologically sound Carmel line of furniture that features a reminiscently
M Thomas's novel Ararat I found myself reminiscently
gazing at the remote peak of a holy mountain, where scientists once speculated is the final resting place of Noah's ark after the deluge receded.
The green shutters at either edge of the nineteenth-century painting, even their proportionate widths, ring reminiscently
with the canvas-back and window rim of the seventeenth-century one, and then the shadowy interior of The Balcony, with its phantom child, its ghostly objects on an equally spectral shelf, and its whispered hint of a still-life painting on the wall, murmurs with the memory of the pictured, mirrored, and courtiered back wall of Las Meninas.
In Viaggiando con passo di volpe, Maraini speaks reminiscently
of "covando in panda un bambino che aveva in effetti gli occhi celesti.