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I could distinguish the arches springing capriciously from natural pillars, standing broad upon their granite base, like the heavy columns of Tuscan architecture.
Glenarm dream, when she capriciously stopped a servant going by with some glasses of lemonade, that the wretched old creature who offered the tray contemplated corresponding with her before the week was out, in the double character of her "Well-Wisher" and her "True Friend.
They seem to think that rules are made capriciously, and for the pleasure of the masters; but this is not so.
After sipping a dozen spoonfuls of tea, he suddenly released his head, pushed the spoon away capriciously, and sank back on the pillow.
In his ruling, Executive Justice Gabriel Ingles of the appeals court in Cebu said the Ombudsman acted 'whimsically, capriciously and arbitrarily' when it adjudicated the administrative case against Garcia even if she was reelected governor in 2010.
The action by the State has been taken abruptly and capriciously without prior warning and information as to the reasons for withdrawal," said Mr Musyoka.
To this day, I still fondly remember my professors who were certainly brilliant and exacting, but never capriciously demeaning or arrogant.
These 12 cartoons, one for each month of the year and continuing on the Page 20, are the 12 he has supplied from among his favourites that I - unaccountably, capriciously - have consigned to the reject pile.
The suit alleges, among other things, that DEQ "acted arbitrarily and capriciously in finding that water quality protection requirements would be met" under that process.
Figment for Woman unveils the magnetism and magnificence of the poetic embroidered garden of Christopher's mind's eye, opening capriciously with peppery and bittersweet accents of Sichuan pepper and saffron embellished with the green tones of gardenia.
Specifically, the panel held that the NMFS did not act arbitrarily or capriciously in concluding that the effects of global climate change on sea ice would endanger the Beringia distinct population segment in the foreseeable future," the court (http://cdn.
In 2014, the AICPA brought suit against IRS, claiming that IRS lacks statutory authority to implement the AFSP, that it acted arbitrarily and capriciously in adopting the program, and that it failed to engage in required notice and comment rule making.
He said it is not justified if anybody capriciously shares a post to scare people.
The Department recognises the right of employees to take PIA and has not sought to capriciously remove the right of employees to participate in PIA.
She is far beyond his reach, but she capriciously manages to save his life when the Hungarian students drown the only other Romani student in the school outhouse.