6) The naivete of the sensibilities of the domestics, accompanied by the naive (but also "coarse" and "vulgar") style through which they express themselves, make their inclusion seemingly improper (or fanciful) when juxtaposed with the "sublime" representations of the more elevated characters that adjectivally
relate to the representations of "grave," "melancholy," "dignified," "serious," "important," "pathetic" sensations.
Entities represented as extended noun groups are underlined and qualities expressed adjectivally
are double underlined.
Being a representative as the principal role of a government actor is different from the adjectivally
"representative" characteristics of all government actors.
to apply government policy--the policy of the executive--not just adjectivally
, in deciding whether to give reasons or not, but in determining substantive rights, the challenge to that was dismissed in a majority judgment of only three pages.
Rather than identifying discipline and sovereign power as Foucault does as 'technologies of power', he uses the terms 'sovereignty', 'discipline' and 'control' adjectivally
, speaking of 'disciplinary societies'.
7) That "good" is not being understood adjectivally
, such that it would make sense to talk about "good-independent appetites" is evident, I think, from the alternative possible judgment that the appetite is "bad.
29) In archaic literature the root often serves adjectivally
as a poeticism for 'dead' and verbally as 'to kill,' often with the sense of 'ruin,' like other words with similar meanings.
Disruptions 8, 17, and 24 constituted adjectivally
ambiguous insertions with little cue to their being mistakes to fix.
A synonymous, more eloquent approach to indexing is to adjectivally
differentiate referents that share the same noun.
20) In later Ethiopic sources the same root is even seen to be used adjectivally
with reference to Satan (the phrase saytan regum 'cursed Satan' is attested).
Their positions will be reflected, even if only adjectivally
, in the new conclusions the 27 plan to adopt on their relations with Switzerland before Christmas.
Equally, the double use of [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], adverbially at 1265 to describe Oedipus' cries, and adjectivally
at 1267 to describe the whole scene ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]), implies a continuity between Oedipus' behaviour and its wider context which problematizes our reading of both.