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reserved

referring to matters that are the responsibility of the national parliament rather than a devolved regional assembly
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Pennock forgoes opportunities to explore more thoughtful combinations of biology and religion as he reservedly targets egregious instances of Christian dogmatism (e.
She says it has un reservedly accepted that the existing balance of healthcare resources (raised through taxation, private health insurance, and out-of-pocket contributions) is appropriate, even advocating that this unique balance must continue.
As argued above, many of them affiliated with the Sorbonne and the Journal de Trevoux were favorable toward the Jesuit synthesis and, therefore, reservedly favorable to Locke, Newton, and much of what scholars now consider emblematic of Enlightenment science.
I'm the biggest nerd I know, as a kid I wore thick glasses and dressed very reservedly, I wasn't popular with the boys at all
Nevertheless, Khamenei is sending a bad signal to his people and to the world by even reservedly backing a president whose party fared poorly in the last parliamentary and local polls.
Economists reservedly welcomed the stronger-than-expected GDP data in part because it relied chiefly on external demand.
66) His personal manner might be perceived as uncouth, crass, and generally awkward, nevertheless we are invited now to picture Huck Finn, the Penman, scrupulously and reservedly as well as respectfully and complimentarily composing an extended epistolary address (illustrated in the first American edition with a selvage image of the protagonist bowing exceedingly decorously to the audience).
Yet, by and large, federal courts construing the doctrine take care to apply these exceptions reservedly, so that the exceptions do not overwhelm the rule and upset the critical finality it imparts to arbitral awards.
1) While Dutton reservedly speculates that Shakespeare had a literary sense of his own work even though "not the same sense that Jonson had, and not one that envisaged the same (print) readership" (83-84), Erne argues that the "evolving history of interaction between performance and print" does not begin with Jonson, but can be traced back at least as far as the 1590 octavo edition of Marlowe's Tamburlaine" (33).
Books must be read as deliberately and reservedly as they were written.
The auctioneer's voice, clear but scarcely lifted, intoned the virtues of his magnificent merchandise as other voices, responding to his magic, spoke reservedly of figures, "A thousand guineas .
His face contorted into a myopic grin and he clapped, not in the manic manner of an Alex Ferguson but reservedly in the way of his countrymen.