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According to defined domain, the educational methods' designing is accomplished meanly.
The fuel will be measured meanly, as if by a parsimonious barman serving shorts, and use of Kers will give 161bhp a lap for 33 seconds instead of today's 80bhp a lap for 6.
He signed it, adding meanly, "Good to know you still have friends.
The Government of Hungary acted wrong, small even meanly by extraditing the murderer Ramil Safarov to
Peter Marsh, a member of the Frankfurt ensemble, is not a particularly distinguished Mime, certainly lacking the meanly mischievous characterization and vocal prowess Gerhard Siegel brought to the role in the recent Metropolitan Opera production.
I recall drinking cup after cup of tea (tea, mind you, not booze) at cafeteria tables, talking Literature, which really meant gossiping madly and meanly.
If one of the children says, "I can't keep on with this," he will say, "Don't then," but not meanly, and of course they will keep on.
To be nobly wrong is more manly than to be meanly right, is an expression I once used on a former occasion, and it is equally applicable now.
True humility is intelligent self respect which keeps us from thinking too highly or too meanly of ourselves.
Their separate identities eerily blur into one La La Land persona: aged 40-something; rich (Adrienne and Lisa particularly own pots and pots of swag); sleek; unsensuously attractive; sumptuously dressed, coiffed, and housed; meanly competitive; hugely entitled and jealous of social standing (which is defined by loot, peer group, and other more ambiguous factors like - who's your party planner?
The table 3 shows that with increased temperature in the milk remainder the temperature in the raw milk remainder on the farm increased, since the correlation between them is positive and meanly strong.