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However, it is abstemiously toxic when applied dermally or administered orally (Luty et al.
EIB President Philippe Maystadt, dodging the issue of the other changes needed to transform the institution into a European sovereign wealth fund, like those set up by Russia, China and Qatar, abstemiously ruled out the possibility: "Under our existing statutes, we cannot acquire shares in companies, we can only make loans".
This does not keep us, however, from penalizing them with an unjust double standard, insisting that, in the name of public hygiene, they maintain scrupulously healthy diets, drink abstemiously, engage in unerringly faithful relations with their spouses, and indignantly turn down film roles in which they are asked to participate in such iniquitous activities as smoking.
He argued that anthropomorphic accounts can be more parsimonious than "an abstemiously behavioristic story of unimaginable complexity.
This is Ovid's account of Clitor's fountain, a spring that shares properties with the fleuve of Clytorie: "Whoever slakes his thirst from Clitor's spring shuns the wine-cup and abstemiously enjoys pure water only.