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As Anna Adamska shows in her beguilingly entitled 'Founding a monastery over dinner' the legal complications between oral requirements, secular and canon law can be extremely confusing particularly on the borders of several different states and territories but is also revealing of the different attitudes of secular and religious authorities to the written record in a period of social and economic transition.
This is how Montier exposes the chinks in arguments that are beguilingly logical.
Captain Vere in HGO's 2008 Billy Budd, Andrew Kennedy floated his tenor beguilingly but also sang Peter Quints menacing music with chilling bite.
Its "Big Society" idea seems to imply a beguilingly simple solution that is to use charities and the voluntary sector to fix social problems, poverty, crime and regenerate inner cities and at the same time reduce government borrowing.
But Messi blasted a first, chipped a second and then beguilingly lifted a third beyond helpless Arsenal keeper Manuel Almunia, smashing a late fourth, to record a 6-3 aggregate score and set up a semi-final meeting with Jose Mourinho's Inter Milan on April 20.
Meanwhile, the reader must somehow hope to discern, from among all of the beguilingly precise details and quotations, truth from embellishment in the storytelling.
Vancouverite Omer Arbel's architectural training is evident in the medals he devised for the Games - undulating, amorphous and beguilingly tactile.
This beguilingly simple formula is located early in this section, almost as a marker.
The spires of the shrine stood beguilingly in the distance, prompting me to do the best I could with my slothful limbs, thick undergrowth and a rain-sodden forest trail.
You can dance if you like," said one of the smartly-dressed 'gentleman hosts' - as they are beguilingly known.
I looked down at the glittering beaches of Ipanema and Copacabana, beguilingly close, yet a mirage for many.
80665), boasted a beguilingly anonymous title-page, with no author, year, or location, though critical consensus dates it to 1616 and banks on its most likely publisher being Anne Sauvage (veuve Guillemot) in Paris.