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Mr Sparkler, in absence of mind--perhaps in a more literal absence of mind than is usually understood by the phrase--had smelt so hard at a sprig in his hand as to be on the verge of the offence in question.
Really,' said Nicholas, after a moment's reflection, 'I am not able, at this instant, to recapitulate any other duty of a secretary, beyond the general one of making himself as agreeable and useful to his employer as he can, consistently with his own respectability, and without overstepping that line of duties which he undertakes to perform, and which the designation of his office is usually understood to imply.
Whereas philosophy is usually understood as something studied and produced by social elites, Gramsci's iteration of philosophy liberates it from its bourgeois context and delivers it into the hands of the working class.
Most of the time, though, I find myself betting against statistics in the sense that they are usually understood.
Benchmark size is usually understood to be upwards of $500 million.
And, like Margaret Simey, she affirmed that the 1982 Toxteth riots were not race disturbances in the usually understood sense, but rather an uprising against the policing of the area.
It is usually understood to mean that an employee is 'on call' to work when an employer needs them, but the employer does not have to give the employee work.
This paper discusses the one-many problem as it appears in the Philebus and finds that it is not restricted to the usually understood problem about the identity of universals across particulars that instantiate them (the Hylomorphic Dispersal Problem).
Space-time is usually understood to describe space existing in three dimensions, with time playing the role of a fourth dimension and all four coming together to form a continuum, or a state in which the four elements can t be distinguished from each other.
Benchmark'-sized for investment grade companies in the region is usually understood to mean at least $500 million.
It is now usually understood to refer only to still images, but in some cases the term also refers to video used in broadcast journalism.
Translational research is usually understood in terms of scientific understanding, as developed in the laboratory, being put to work in shaping practice.