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Inasmuch, then, as this Leviathan comes floundering down upon us from the head-waters of the Eternities, it may be fitly inquired, whether, in the long course of his generations, he has not degenerated from the original bulk of his sires.
If the Tshi people shall be received among the Christian civilized nations, their language also must be cultivated, developed, and refined, so that everything worthy to be known by educated men may be duly and fitly expressed in their own tongue.
Cooley accurately notes that Welty develops the character of Steve much more fitly than she does that of Lee Roy, just as she was able to write a complete and convincing account of Medgar Evers's murderer in "Where is the Voice Coming From?
39) Gaukroger is writing some eighty years after Whitehead and fitly years after Crombie.
The Latest award wasn't as foregone a conclusion as last year, as this time Curlin had to hold off a fitly who made a major part of her reputation by a race at Oaklawn.
A word fitly spoken; poetic artistry in the first four acrostics of the Hebrew Psalter.
Indeed, venerable brethren, on this very subject among others, We briefly admonished you in Our first encyclical letter; but now, both by reason of the gravity of the subject and the condition of the time, we are again compelled to speak to you on the mode of taking up the study of philosophy which shall respond most fitly to the excellence of faith, and at the same time be consonant with the dignity of human science.
Corpus said Fernandez fitly backed and funded his efforts to boost enrollment--and to establish an athletic program at Hostos.
Furthermore, to fitly explore the implications of the findings in relation to the role of age and LD in the psychological problems of children with ADHD, a longitudinal design is not only desirable but also necessary.
Leo XIII's Immortale Dei (1885) also suggests the principle of subsidiarity--for example: "Even in physical things, albeit of a lower order, the Almighty has so combined the forces and springs of nature with tempered action and wondrous harmony that no one of them clashes with any other, and all of them most fitly and aptly work together for the great purpose of the universe" (no.
I don't have the space to fitly address this issue here, but any gaze into the future of elk and elk hunting in the West must include the alarming growth of the gray wolf population.
The suspension was lifted on April 3, after IBM agreed to withdraw from the contract and cooperate fitly with an ongoing federal investigation.
In closing, the Editor wishes to express his deep gratitude and admiration to Richard Lebrun (Editor 1998-2004) and Elizabeth McGahan (Associate Editor 2005-2007), his collaborators in the publication of Historical Studies for the last five years: A word fitly spoken is like apples of gold in pictures of silver.