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I translate 'ilm al-kalam, or simply Kalam, here as 'scholastic' theology reservedly, since scholasticism proper developed as an intellectual method and system in an entirely different cultural context; namely, within the western church, particularly Roman Catholicism.
For the sake of this article, the term will continue to be applied, albeit reservedly.
However, The Robins reservedly took the lead on 62 minutes, the result of a woeful piece of defending by Guy Hadland.
Three participants stated they had reservedly good experiences in a mutual-help support group for bereaved parents, though they noted some discomfort.
The JUI-F leadership is reservedly condemning the death of Maulana Merajuddin and mulling over the government's pro-US polices, but who will condemn the killing of hundreds of tribal elders targeted, beheaded and bombed in Waziristan, Kurram, Mohmand, Khyber, Bajaur and Swat?
One of the side-effects of cancer is that many of those looking from the outside in, while concerned that one of their own is suffering, feel uncomfortable with the situation and, reservedly, tend to shy away.
Old school luxuries like truffles, foie gras and caviar are still featured, but more reservedly so, making way for greater menu emphasis on more conscientious luxury foods; heirloom vegetables, locally grown produce, heritage-breed animals and house-made charcuterie, salumi and cheese.
Boulton, less reservedly, asserts that "Lawrence was as meticulous in 'journalism' as in 'creative writing.
The author of Chapter Nine indicates the use of content analysis but reservedly so, quietly relegating the methods to footnote 31 in the notes (p.
The results of the research, no matter how interesting, even surprising, or perhaps even because of that, must be accepted reservedly to some extent, taking into account that at this age, young people are often tempted to answer as they think they "should" and not necessarily the way they feel, especially concerning a "serious" issue like religion and demography.
It was, however, precisely during the "ultra-left phase" after 1929 that the KPD acted most reservedly toward representatives of the state power: the KPD wanted to avoid deadly excesses such as those of 1-3 May 1929, when clashes with the police left 29 dead in Berlin.
Rosemary Woolf's observation that the wife's mood mends as soon as she gets on board is only reservedly supported by the script.