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The modern reader will be struck by how deferentially (usually) newspapers treated women.
It's a long tradition and traditions should be honoured," she said deferentially, looking from behind her fringe.
For example, an employer is treated deferentially by an employee and a teacher is honored by a student.
Interested bosses will have to swallow their pride and be deferentially grateful, learning never to pick a public fight with Ashley.
As the law waits for changed circumstances to reveal themselves, it may react too slowly and too deferentially to fully maximize the beneficiaries' utility.
Even in a political community like the United States, where judicial review is an institutionally entrenched practice, reflecting on the nature of legislation and the nature of judicial review has an important practical point: (1) it can inform the manner in which judicial review is conducted (for example, more deferentially or less deferentially than at present), (2) it can add or detract from the relative institutional prestige of decision-makers like courts and legislatures, and (3) it can inform debate about whether it would be sound to expand the scope of judicial power by, say, acquiescing to direct judicial enforcement of international law.
It's finals week and Pulaski Tech students at the facility all wear crisp white chef jackets and deferentially address Gold as "chef.
In the eagerness to carry forward the term 'weaker sex' to literally mean what it indicates indirectly, things have reached a stage where it would imply that by virtue of being the weaker of the two sexes, women are to be treated deferentially.
35) The best that can be hoped for is that courts will exercise their judicial review powers modestly or deferentially.
gov is clear to me; we should all treat our IT staff very, very deferentially.
It argues that, in light of the agency's severe under-resourcing problems, judges should review the agency's factual findings less deferentially and exercise their discretion to remand decisions back to the agency if they lack confidence in the accuracy and fairness of the fact-finding process.