By the road, Baywater was six miles away, but there was a short cut across hills and fields and woods which was scantly
Dimmesdale's church, and the young virgins who so idolized their minister, and had made a shrine for him in their white bosoms, which now, by-the-bye, in their hurry and confusion, they would scantly
have given themselves time to cover with their kerchiefs.
If they try to articulate a scantly
understood experience to an interlocutor, their word already warrants a low prima facie credibility judgement owing to its low intelligibility.
While household income has been regularly reported from national survey data, we are scantly
informed on personal earnings from wages and salaries of self-employed individuals, particularly over a historical timeline.
VPT with a biothesiometer is a validated screening method in a population where foot care practices are scantly
followed by the diabetes patients.
Yet, the historical record is not limited to Kaufmann's ten; appearing alongside the chapters' main characters are others whose presence is no less fascinating for only appearing scantly
in historical records.
Greek defender Nikolaou put the ball in the net for the second time in the game by heading home from a corner at the other end to give Olympiakos a scantly
deserved consolation goal in the 89th minute.
As opposed to the heavily studied dimension of motivation, attitude has been scantly
researched especially in the women's sport context.
While Pakistan has the right to secure its border against the forces using Afghan land for stirring trouble inside Pakistan, Afghanistan has the right to point out if non-state actors slip into Afghanistan through scantly
However, much like the protection offered by the 1907/12 SCC, these improvements were only scantly
World Trade Organisation's possible influence on overseas investor's investment choice is scantly
The Maiduguri, Nigeria, attack was covered scantly
by The Washington Post.