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in regard to the essence of a matter

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in essence

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"Fundamentally standeth everything still"--: but CONTRARY thereto, preacheth the thawing wind!
To them the whole sex, from queens of France to milliners, are essentially depraved, licentious, intriguing, not a little rascally, fundamentally deceitful, and incapable of thought about anything but trifles.
He was fundamentally mad, though not perhaps completely; which of course made him all the greater, I won't say danger but, nuisance.
Minerva said she hoped not; they were only ridiculous little creatures, with this odd circumstance, that they had a blur, or indeterminate aspect, seen far or seen near; if you called them bad, they would appear so; if you called them good, they would appear so; and there was no one person or action among them, which would not puzzle her owl, much more all Olympus, to know whether it was fundamentally bad or good.'
This hard-headed old Overreach approved of the sentimental song, as the suitable garnish for girls, and also as fundamentally fine, sentiment being the right thing for a song.
The final working over of the poem into its present shape, as has been said, probably took place in England in the seventh or eighth century; in earlier form, perhaps in the original brief ballads, it may have been brought to the country either by the Anglo-Saxons or by stray 'Danes.' It is fundamentally a heathen work, and certain Christian ideas which have been inserted here and there, such as the mention of Cain as the ancestor of Grendel, and the disparagement of heathen gods, merely show that one of the later poets who had it in hand was a Christian.
Now the theory of private schools is (or was) constant supervision out of school--therein differing fundamentally from that of public schools.
More fundamentally, our members have expressed concerns that agents are devoting more time and resources to examining insubstantial or immaterial timing issues.
In April 1985, a distinguished committee chaired by the renowned Middle Eastern scholar Raphael Patai awarded the prestigious National Jewish Book Award in the "Israel" category to a study that, judging by its reception in the American press, was destined to fundamentally transform contemporary understanding of the Arab-Israeli conflict.
The very nature of the emerging information economy differs fundamentally from its industrial predecessor.
The balance of power has tipped from the producer to the consumer, and the rules of the game have been fundamentally altered.
The new SEC chairman said he was concerned such proposals would "fundamentally alter" securities litigation and "could make it impossible for defrauded investors who prevail at trial to fully recover their losses."
They are not bad people they just have a fundamentally different view, a fundamentally different view than we do about everything from the role of women to the rights of individuals, they have a fundamentally different view and folks we can't afford to turn back" Biden said.
Summary: Among the most liquid currencies, the euro is considered to be one of the most fundamentally sound.
One of the sensible things that Ford has done in the development of the new minivan that it is bringing to market for '04 is recognizing that there is something fundamentally useful about the predecessor vehicle, the Windstar.
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