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I use the term "annual" advisedly, as I am told the last annual general meeting was some 14 years ago.
I think if I had to live in that situation - and I say that advisedly - I might just consider becoming one [a suicide terrorist] myself.
I say 'book' advisedly because, whilst it meets the technical criteria for such an item, I wouldn't care to give it house-room myself.
This very useful reference (in effect an updating of A Companion to the Royal Navy, Harrap, 1988) is advisedly titled--that is, it aims at a comprehensive listing of the Royal Navy's battles, not just its formal battle honors, as acknowledged by the Admiralty.
It was all there, and I use the word all advisedly.
I use the word new advisedly because, truth to tell, powder is still exactly the same as it has been since the dawn of the last century.
I use the word "based" advisedly because most of the articles are so long that their oral delivery would have strained the most patient ears.
The problem is exacerbated by the high dependence we now place on these systems and a perceived and perhaps ill advisedly placed confidence on their reliability.
There's no question that - and I use the figure advisedly - 90 percent of the people do not need to be in such places to guarantee that they won't commit further offenses.
I use the singular advisedly, because for Himmelfarb the one true morality is an idealised Victorian one, which needs to be restored in all its absolute certainties if we are to emerge from the corruption of relativism and dangerous utopianism.
Walters is best known for his portraits and for portraying movement through his distinctive "double vision" paintings, which are advisedly avoided after one too many.
After pointing up the MPs' role in consolidating co- operation, South African Deputy President stressed the need to advisedly make the most of the Continent's natural and human resources, in order to guarantee the progress it needs and give it the position it deserves on the world stage.
Dear Editor, The latest Government intervention to prevent the collapse of Bradford & Bingley ends the sorry saga of former building societies that ill advisedly threw away their trusted mutual status.
Advisedly, the new plan has been drawn up in close consultation with residents and conservation groups.