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In a chapter of that book, providently entitled "Interpreting without a Dictionary," he noted that "most readers of this book (understandably) would prefer more space devoted to illumination and less to problems, pitfalls, and anomalies.
It is simply a distillation of what he so providently provided, and I am greatly indebted to him for his efforts.
I would not be understood to speak of consequences which may be produced, in the revolution of the ages, by corruption of morals, profligacy of manners, and listlessness of the preservation of the natural and unalienable rights of mankind; nor of the successful usurpations that may be established at such a juncture upon the ruins of liberty, however providently guarded and secured, as these are contingencies against which no human prudence can effectually provide.
Particularly important seems here the connection between detachment and the readiness to yield to the spur of the moment ("in the present now" -- in disem gegenwertigen nu), and to refuse to think providently, i.
France, unlike Britain, had anticipated financial pressure, and had providently drawn on the IMF before attacking Egypt; she only withdrew because her position would have been untenable without British troops.
It consists of a crank attached to a drive shaft as thin as a thread, which barely engages with a spindle providently furnished with a flywheel, on the improbable hypothesis that the machine might rotate too fast and need slowing down.
Contrary to the appellant's contention, the Supreme Court providently exercised its discretion in, in effect, granting the petitioner leave to amend the petition to include, inter alia, a claim that no hit-and-run accident had occurred.
In finding that the lower court providently exercised its discretion in granting plaintiffs motion to quash, the Appellate Division initially set out to evaluate "the circumstances and reasons which we have considered relevant to the inquiry with respect to discovery from a nonparty.
Would that all historical sources were so gutsy, providently in the spirit of the Lord.
Although he was alive and seemingly young when the picture was painted, Withypool providently made the artist insert a cartellino asking us to pray for his soul.
2d Dep't 2008) (concluding that "the Supreme Court providently exercised its discretion in granting the .