Deliber

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Del´i`ber


v. t. & i.1.To deliberate.
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Yvonne Sanderson, 63, whose father was captured at Dunkirk dur ing the Second World War, said: "It takes a certain kind of person to do damage in a cemetery but to deliber ately pick apart a war memorial is just disgusting.
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TEENAGE pastry chef was "groped", deliber AAAwas "groped", deliber -ately burned and shut in a freezer while working at one of Wales' top restaurants, an employment tribunal heard yesterday.
Chalk, "Hitting America's Soft Un derbelly: The Potential Threat of Deliber ate Biological Attacks Against the U.
However, my family was deliber ately shown in a negative light for TRPs.
As a member of a Benedictine community I've been blessed by the practice of honoring 'the hours' by deliber are pausing for prayer at specific times the earth's turning offers us: midnight, dawn, midmorning, noon, mid-afternoon, evening and night.
Deliber ative Democracy (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998), p.
I am sure that the review body will wish to take account of this important context in its deliber ations.
It is this dangerous positive feedback loop, and not any new spiritual or moral dimension of American life, that the Democrats have failed to comprehend: The evangelical church-based welfare system is being fed by the deliber ate destruction of the secular welfare state.
93) Still more deliber ation might cure deliberative problems such as these, but the fact that pure deliberation will seldom if ever be achieved means that the risk of such deliberative errors going uncured is real.
I later learned that that's how the industry is deliber ately constructed: these inexperienced immigrant women are seen as docile, as malleable.
When the light turns green, the driver must deliber ately proceed at a slow speed and with caution until reaching the end of the school zone.