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Related to licitly: conclusively, effectually
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determining whether state action licitly or illicitly differentiates
He maintains that, whether licitly or illicitly, art will flow, as there is demand.
when it is not possible to overturn or completely abrogate a pro-abortion law, an elected official, whose personal opposition to procured abortion was well known, could licitly support proposals aimed at limiting the harm done by such a law .
The experts surmise that current reports of methadone deaths involve one of three scenarios: illicitly obtained methadone used in excessive or repetitive doses in an attempt to achieve euphoric effects; methadone, either licitly or illicitly obtained, used in combination with other prescription medications, such as benzodiazepines (anti-anxiety medications), alcohol or other opioids; or an accumulation of methadone to harmful serum levels in the first few days of treatment for addiction or pain, before tolerance is developed.
That is, Desdemona's erotic passions contained safely and licitly within the structures of marriage (she can't even imagine what leads women to infidelity in her conversation with Emilia) is loosed out of these confines in Iago's malicious rewriting of her "will" to make it say something that it doesn't.
using them licitly, unless he can prove that the damage was caused
In some instances, an expert's seeming mastery of some of the methods is used to imp licitly establish bona fides, at least persuasively.
In this sense, the text's own conception is one of its subjects: The physical and psychic journey of the narrative is all about achieving a comfortable space in which the act of writing licitly and freely is finally possible.
Pius X to celebrate the Sacrament of Reconciliation shall validly and licitly receive the absolution of their sins.
The 2011 United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime (UNODC) report, "The Global Afghan Opium Trade: A Threat Assessment," states the estimated quantity of licitly produced opium diverted from licit to illicit use is very limited, or maybe even non-existent.
He then makes the following most important statement: In a case like the one just mentioned, when it is not possible to overturn or completely abrogate a pro-abortion law, an elected official, whose absolute personal opposition to procured abortion was well known, could licitly support proposals aimed at limiting the harm done by such a law and at lessening its negative consequences at the level of general opinion and public morality, This does not in fact represent an illicit cooperation with an unjust law, but rather a legitimate and proper attempt to limit its evil effect.
As such, a merchant can licitly reap the fruits of painstakingly obtained knowledge and information to exploit price differences across the markets.