prerogatively

prerogatively

(prɪˈrɒɡətɪvlɪ)
adv
by way of privilege or prerogative
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Moreover, there was no reason in principle why colonial judges should have been any less equipped to recognize the value of habeas corpus as a product of the prerogative and the judicial role in protecting that aspect of it (indeed, theoretically living in a prerogatively ordained order, they might be expected to be particularly sensitive to it).
Kuki prerogatively extracted certain aesthetic tastes from the surrounding material and socio-economic conditions and presented them as the "eternal landscape of the Japanese spirit" (p.