43) also appraisingly
refers to Chicago school economist Armen Alchian's (1950) evolutionary view on the market.
Also the feeling I remember so well from earlier in my career, the feeling from the audience that they were seeing someone new, looking at me appraisingly
as if they've never seen me before: At some point that changed.
I confess his eyes make me uncomfortable, they gleam so, and gaze at one so fully, so appraisingly
Helmholtz's skin began to itch all over as Plummer stared at him coldly, appraisingly
PAUL NICHOLLS looks appraisingly
at Poquelin as he strides past.
One by one, they come out of the house to display their booty, while the others nod appraisingly
He gazed at them appraisingly
as if assessing their capacity for corruption.
One might as well throw in Saudi Arabia and Pakistan, which are now considered Petri dishes of Islamic revolution because of what Kramer appraisingly
called "consensual authoritarianism.
She took a long drag and studied us appraisingly
until we reached her side.