adv.1.In a civil manner; as regards civil rights and privileges; politely; courteously; in a well bred manner.
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Again it is limitted Civily by superinduced Civill Government which in all ages and places hath much abridged (k) that parentall authority which naturally he had before instituted civil Government.
The case arose from a complaint filed by the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR), charging the former chief magistrate of committing the crime of tax evasion and wilful failure to file his income tax returns for six taxable years, namely, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008 and 2010, which criminal acts, according to the BIR, also make him civily liable to the state in the total amount of PHP120,498,219.
I know Man U and Liverpool fans don't get along but, as we were civily tucking into roast beef and Yorkshire pudding, the worst I was expecting was some close-to-the-bone banter.
Quite what Thomas Gravesen was doing, knocking a pass back beyond his central defenders to allow John to streak through on goal was a question David Moyes will be asking, although perhaps not so civily.