74 adverbs to describe how to includes
They are known to every student of philosophy, but are seldom included in a work of literature. EVELYN AND PEPYS.
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Incidentally, the refuges of southern California will include the breeding places of the trout in the upper reaches of the streams, and will afford protection to grouse, quail, and other birds, but primarily their purpose is to prevent the extermination of big game.
Now this remark plainly includes a paralogism.
The Treaty of 1839 includes terms which are expressly included in the present instrument, lest by any chance it should be said that, in consequence of the existence of this instrument, the Treaty of 1839 had been injured or impaired.
The gazes focussed upon Alan now inevitably included the girl with him, as lovely and young as spring itself.
Conclusion of Peace Expedition against the Celts of Asia Minor Regulation of the Affairs of Asia Minor The king sued for peace and consented to the terms proposed by the Romans, which, as usual, were just the same as those offered before the battle and consequently included the cession of Asia Minor.
The more elaborate records of 1789 and following years show shipments of fish, whale oil, spermaceti candles, lumber, staves and heading, and other articles to the "Spanish West Indies," in which group Cuba was presumably included.
Yes, the Alaska seal contracts will undoubtedly include the great Seal of the United States.
He was annoyed both at the extent and the variety of his tasks, the work of an A.B. being gratuitously included in his curriculum.
He waved his arm, vaguely including the hospital and the parking lot.
Crabbe's son rightly included in his Memoir several extracts from his father's Diary kept during this visit.
The word Brazil in the text obviously includes the whole flat country to the east of the Andes, Guiana, Brazil, Paraguay, Buenos Ayres, and Patagonia.
The author entitles it, "SYNTAX OF INTERJECTIONS," yet absurdly includes in it
The islands ordinarily included in the group known as "The Visayas" from the ancient tribal name of the civilized Filipino people who inhabit them, who are called Visayans, are Samar, Panay, Negros, Leyte, Cebú, Bohol, Masbate, Tablas, Romblon, Ticao, Burias, Siquijor and numerous smaller islands adjacent to those named.
Love melancholy, which Avicenna calls ilishi: and Lycanthropia, which he calls cucubuthe, are commonly included in head melancholy; but of this last, which Gerardus de Solo calls amoreus, and most knight melancholy, with that of religious melancholy, virginum et viduarum, maintained by Rod.
Civilians who had taken part in the defence, as had all the Company's servants, might be justly included in the garrison, and accordingly Admiral Watson and Clive declared they were all prisoners of war, and that article 9 merely permitted them to reside where they pleased on parole.
The plebeian aedileship certainly was not reckoned originally one of the curule magistracies (Liv. xxiii. 23); it may, however, have been subsequently included amongst them.
By a statistical work, I find that in 1800 it numbered only 750 inhabitants; in 1840, 46,3381850, 115,438: these calculations merely include its corporate limits.
When a family is so large, it practically includes two generations in itself; and these three girls were really to prove a generation so different in characteristics from their four elders as to demand a separate chronicle to themselves.
It was said that their trains included more than thirty thousand wagons, all of them heavily laden.
To escape their warmth she sent her own gaze past him to encounter the arctic stare of the large blonde person who had been included so lamely in the introduction.
Ariosto himself eulogised him among a shoal of writers, half of whose names have perished; and who most likely included in that half the men who thought he did not praise them enough.
They are of the utmost diversity of subjects, literally including the "all things" of the Bible, and temporal as well as spiritual interests.
If this is to be taken quite literally, the Bora rite, in 1688, must have included the women, at least locally.