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a title applied in referring to a member of the legal profession, esp to a barrister
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Fetis at once admitted, denied, and rationalized his behavior as essential to his larger project of becoming, to simplify what Campos keenly and learnedly details, the sole possible editor-in-chief .
As to the rate of Interest, whether a higher or lower Interest be Nationally Disadvantagious or Beneficial, is an ancient Theam which hath been Learnedly and Judiciously bandied in all Ages, and in most part of the Civiliz'd World; and some of us have had the Honour to Argue that Point before your Lordships in the Noble House of Peers, where your Lordships upon the Question (as we remember) did resolve, that the Abatement of Interest, would tend to the increase of Trade and advance the value of the Lands of England (77).
I would like now to look at another proletarian case that reveals the opposite kind of reversal of expectations; if the O annotator is more learnedly religious than we might imagine, this next proletarian is more secular than we might think, given his job description.
the jury going together) 'the accused] were found guilty, and a verdict returned, whereupon the judge according to course proceeded in sentence against them, where learnedly he instructed them, that since God had revealed them murderers (as from the tongues of babes and sucklings.
Compiled first in the high Dutch tongue, by the painefull and industrious Huldricke Van Speagle, a grammaticall brewer of Lubeck, and now most learnedly enlarged, amplified, and translated into English prose and verse.
Pundits now learnedly debate whether the system will go belly-up before 1990 or expire in a sea of red ink early in the 21st century.
More learnedly, evolutionary psychologists propose that humor is related to adaptive strategies such as facilitating cooperation, increasing social cohesion, reinforcing status differences, establishing dominance, and releasing tension.
While the phrase "media whore" had not attained common usage in Taylor's lifetime, it accurately--if nastily--describes Taylor's addiction to the studio arc lights, his gift at lecturing learnedly in prime-time schedules for half an hour without a single written note, and the sheer demotic fame of his bow tie.
In this 1759 essay, the Royal Academy's first president announced: 'For my own part, I profess myself an Idler, and love to give my judgement, such as if is, from my immediate perceptions, without much fatigue of thinking; and I am of opinion, that if a man has not those perceptions right, it will be in vain for him to endeavour to supply their place by rules, which may enable him to talk more learnedly, but not to distinguish more acutely.
Were the stone-pelting Kashmiris as learnedly conscious of the allusive dimension of "the David and Goliath disproportion of the protests" as Sanjay Kak phrases it?
23) The conversational settings and the bitter attention to the grotesque details of the city in Donne's Satires look both learnedly backward to the classical tradition so admired by these university-educated men as well as keenly outward to the specific realities of the London metropolis in which these men lived.
It does not matter; there's many a heavenly body in the lot crowding upon us of a night that mankind had never heard of, it being outside the sphere of its activities and of no earthly importance to anybody but to the astronomers who are paid to talk learnedly about its composition, weight, path--the irregularities of its conduct, the aberrations of its lights--a sort of scientific scandal-mongering.