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I cannot adequately relate my astonishment at this uncommon inscription
modern English, and a little definitely directed study is necessary for any present-day reader before its beauty can be adequately recognized.
No one has ever adequately described either in verse or prose the true essential nature of either of them abiding in the soul, and invisible to any human or divine eye; or shown that of all the things of a man's soul which he has within him, justice is the greatest good, and injustice the greatest evil.
I refuted them to the best of my power; but that power was provokingly small, at the moment, for I was too much flurried with indignation - and even shame - that he should thus dare to address me, to retain sufficient command of thought and language to enable me adequately to contend against his powerful sophistries.
That which we do not believe we cannot adequately say, though we may repeat the words never so often.
There is no evidence that this was done in the experiments in question, nor indeed that the influence of theory in falsifying the introspection was at all adequately recognized.
Could they be sure, after all, that they could adequately feed and clothe it and prepare it for its way in the world?
That illustrious man had been separated from his friends and fol lowers for two whole days; and it was with a degree of pleasure and delight, which no common imagination can adequately conceive, that he stepped forward to greet Mr.
Check Form ADV and other disclosure documents to ensure that all material and potential conflicts are disclosed adequately.
Using data from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth, researchers studied 1,165 women who had a singleton first birth between 1981 and 1994, were interviewed both just before and during that pregnancy; and had been adequately employed (neither receiving poverty wages nor working part-time involuntarily) at the first interview.
Accordingly, OFHEO has determined that Fannie Mae is adequately capitalized as of March 31, 2005.
The penalty rate and defenses available to avoid the penalty vary depending on whether the transaction was adequately disclosed.