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Congress] has been sedulous
to avoid forcing a jury system on a Spanish and civil-law country until it desired it.
According to Arrowsmith, Binyon presided over the cluttered, wood-tabled print room with the sedulous
suavity of a "sommelier," surmising what might particularly excite his visitors and maintaining a "running commentary" on his own selections of treasures (124).
While the resurgence of the Gothic mode in today's market fascinates scholars of contemporary children's fiction, the prevalence of such fiction in late eighteenth-century England provided the first impetus for the creation of a "respectable" juvenile literature countering the sedulous
influences of all things Gothic (Townshend 21).
The Scots have always been a fiercely independent people, but it surprised me how far this sedulous
process of separation has gone already.
question was "framed with sedulous
regard to the structure of the
only to be acquired by the sedulous
cultivation of superior talents'.
For example, there is no mention in these works of the Constitution's sedulous
refusal to refer to slavery directly; the words "slave" and "slavery" never appear.
She concludes that Wordsworth is "a tree of life growing up north", an author whose forms and modes of affect facilitate the sedulous
cartography of her "sacred south" with its myriad megalithic landmarks and archaic institutions (Butts, "Real Wordsworth" 1448).
as he was in championing Fourth Amendment rights, even Justice Harlan acknowledged that a person lacks Fourth Amendment protection for "objects, activities, or statements that he exposes to the 'plain view' of outsiders.
that a confident conclusion about the principal tendency of a restriction will follow from a quick (or at least quicker) look, in place of a more sedulous
1975, Chile), author of the sedulous
and well-received novella diptych Bonsai and The Private Lives of Trees.