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To the Anglo-Saxon vocabulary--vigorous, but harsh, limited in extent, and lacking in fine discriminations and power of abstract expression, was now added nearly the whole wealth of French, with its fullness, flexibility, and grace.
She was awe-strikin to discover such determination under such apparent flexibility.
what he can to arrest its growth, stiffen its flexibility and
She then declaimed the little piece with an attention to punctuation and emphasis, a flexibility of voice and an appropriateness of gesture, very unusual indeed at her age, and which proved she had been carefully trained.
You will find strength of character up above, flexibility and quickness below; they have larger ways of regarding things among the hills, while the bent of the lowlands is always towards the material interests of existence.
His short figure, unable to stoop, without flexibility, could not express dejection.
Fancy a man who would guard his own life with the in flexibility of a pitiless and immovable fate, being brought to lament that once a crowbar had missed his skull
Dealing with the Uncertainties of Manufacturing: Flexibility, Buffers and Integration.
States Test Limits of Federal AYP Flexibility, released last fall by the Center on Education Policy, and The Unraveling of No Child Left Behind: How Negotiated Changes Transform the Law, released in February by The Civil Rights Project at Harvard University, explain that individual states are changing their accountability plans to essentially get more flexibility in meeting adequate yearly progress.
This standard has served the storage industry well for years, but users are demanding faster performance, higher reliability and improved physical flexibility.
He didn't have the core strength to perform his roles; his pelvis was too loose and his inner thighs too weak to support his flexibility.
Michael Alter's Science of Flexibility is a stunning example of a well-researched, highly readable college textbook that is also useful for professional audiences.