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This case shows that woven coronary artery anomaly can be misdiagnosed by various clinicians so all clinicians performing angiography have to be very regardful in interpreting angiograms especially for malformation and anomalies.
Not considering in how different a circle she had been just seeing him, nor how much might be owing to contrast, she was quite persuaded of his being astonishingly more gentle, and regardful of others, than formerly.
Anne Compton quotes from Bentley's essay (part 2) and goes on to make a comparison with "Tintern Abbey": "The boon of this attentiveness is 'an eye made quiet,' as Wordsworth describes a similar effect ('Tintern Abbey'), regardful, now that fret has passed, and capable of impressions.
Certainly this is true of Dewey's definition of religion as "the active relation between the ideal and the actual," and Whitehead's, "what a man does with his solitariness"; or Westermark's more wordy rendering, "a regardful attitude towards a supernatural being, on whom man feels himself dependent and to whom he makes an appeal in his worship.
At those times, I expect, you see your social world as populated by persons who are conscious and regardful of themselves both as individuals and as what philosophers call "subjects.
England be more regardful of the obligations imposed upon her by the law