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One can live longest and best and most rewardingly by attaining and preserving the happiness of learning.
0-litre diesel will find they have a car that's not only impressively torquey but rewardingly frugal.
And from a punters' perspective, the competition has become rewardingly predictable.
Chock-full of original observations and brilliant analysis, Lincoln and the Power of the Press is "a weighty and rewardingly complicated [book] that should please readers who flocked to Doris Kearns Goodwin's equally lengthy Team of rivals" (Washington Post).
Poetry in Early and Middle Scots has, deservedly and most rewardingly, provided extensive material which has been the basis of many excellent studies: to this extent, pre-modern Scots has been fertile soil for historical linguists.
In its scope and depth, this book offers a rewardingly comprehensive study of Skelton's life and writings.
Most rewardingly, the few but revealing insights into his craft, as in this affectionate letter to his father from March 1925: "You see I'm trying in all my stories to get the feeling of the actual life across--not to just depict life--or criticize it--but to actually make it alive.
Each of these rewardingly detailed and well-researched chapters spotlights a particular treaty or cluster of treaties that reveal far more complexity in interpersonal colonial interactions than we have previously appreciated.
The cramped confines Of the two-room ONE Archives gallery managed to hold a rewardingly deep sample of work from EZTV's heyday.
Though the larger portion was gifted to JORY, we rewardingly saved a few pounds for ourselves.
And, don't tell a lie when you can tell the truth, it occurred to me that the subject might provoke a rewardingly beneficial contract; which it did
The stories rewardingly maintain the intrigue aroused by the cover and each extends and experiments with both the base story and the perception itself of such material.