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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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Although reservedly hopeful for the continuation of interest in Canadian Studies research and programs, Symons is clearly dissatisfied with the fact that the maturation and development of the field has decelerated and has become somewhat static.
August 7 (KUNA) -- Tunisia's ruling Islamic Ennahda Movement reservedly approved the Constituent Assembly's decision to suspend the body indefinitely with a view to holding national dialogue as the only way out of the political crisis haunting the country.
But Kahan defends a middle ground, between an outright rejection and a blind endorsement of capitalism, and asks intellectuals if they are to oppose capitalism, they should do so quietly, reservedly, respectfully, playing the role of the "loyal opposition" (p.
BHSI inked its first account on day two of week three and has "exceeded initial expectations," in many facets of the business, Eastwood says reservedly.
The Muslims were reluctant to accept new ideas, believing in the superiority, I reservedly use the word, law (sharia).
Minnie, Joseph's mother, moves a plain blue fan and talks reservedly of the heat.
mir's film- maker wife Kiran Rao was more reservedly dressed in a muted gold outfit.
Ironically, both presidents Lincoln and Harding faced staunch conservative constituents openly and reservedly opposed to legislation targeting African Americans.
Srgjan Kerim, on the other hand, is reservedly positive, seeing this Greek initiative as a response to the recent international pressure, especially after UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon's visit.
Even if we are sociable, that is, it is only reservedly so, among ourselves.
One explanation for Schumer and Casey's harsh wordstheir point, arguably, could have been made more calmly and reservedly, without resorting to strong language, without accusing Saverin of "spitting in the eye" of the American peoplemay have to do with the fact that Saverin is not only a wealthy man in a globalized economy, free to move about as he pleases in order to maximize his profits, but also an embodiment of the idea of the free Internet, resistant to control.
It is felt that the bereaved woman demonstrates contradictions: sometimes, she acts in this way; other times, in that "sometimes, she acts calmly; others, nervously" or "she acts mysteriously and reservedly.