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337) Toward the end of the book, the following wordy conclusions are more confusing than illuminating: "As well as being more commodiously lodged within the erstwhile medical core, and containing a high admixture of graduate physicians, the medical penumbra was thus far more diverse than before.
Although he figured that twenty thousand years would sufficiently accommodate the needs of science, he expressed a willingness to go up to two hundred thousand years if necessary, arguing that the biblical genealogies were "so elastic that they may be commodiously stretched to fit any reasonable demand on time.
They see their own role, and that of activism generally, not in helping that world to be more commodiously and articulately queer but in disciplining its excesses.
They see their own role, and that of activism generally, not as helping that world to be more commodiously and articulately queer but as curbing its excesses.
Roland Lewis traced the relevant 'correspondence, notes of meetings, and a bill of announcement' between 1744 and 1748, including the following excerpt written by the Revd Joseph Greene, then Master of the Stratford Grammar School: 'the figure of the Bard, [was] taken down from his niche to be more commodiously cleans'd from dust, &c; I can assure you that the Bust & cushion before it .
The enharmonick change at the 2d bar of page 4 has a most imposing effect (though for the sake of the minor graduates it might be more commodiously arranged in the key of B with five sharps until the 7th bar in the same page).
Wherein this is singular and much to be noted, that they deliver every word and everie syllable so distinctly, so cleane, so commodiously, so fully, that the hearers may perceave al that is sung.