But the increase of literacy coincided (if it was coincidence) with the point-by-point logic of Puritan sermons, the rise of scientific rationalism, and the creakingly
systematic "Ramist" method of intellectual self-improvement.
Surely the wrenching horror of seeing our beloved Mal slowly, creakingly
lowered into the dirt would jar loose real grief, creating enough intensity to commemorate the loss.
Charles de Gaulle II, in which the gates are strung out in strips, tries to give some sense of location, but at the expense of interminable journeys, either on foot or in maddening lift-jack buses which slowly and creakingly
Efforts to fix City Hall elevators have been as creakingly
slow and maddening as the elevators themselves, Los Angeles municipal employees and city officials say.
The book's general history is creakingly
derived from Christopher Hill and Lawrence Stone: some rather old views are rehearsed with no mention of subsequent critiques and revisions.
A nymph-attended goddess, bathing in a mountain spring, disturbed by a young hunter: roles custom-made for Artemis and Actaeon, and creakingly
uncomfortable for Athena and Teiresias.
The background sounds like a delicate, yet creakingly
uncomfortable, construction site (creaking, hammering, tapping, pings) which slowly fades, after the reading stops.
The 1958 Inter-Law School Report on the New York State Constitution stated that it was "literally amazed by the extent to which the Constitution of New York contains hollow phrases, defective provisions, and creakingly
Pym said: "Customers are in creakingly
recognizing the strength of our product range and our franchise is growing well.
It was only as the sink creakingly
gave way under my weight that I realised this wasn't my finest hour, and we had to leave el pronto that morning.
wooden script is the filmic equivalent of a petrified forest.