This was too patently
a scheme of Harper's and Joe Ladue's, trying to entice prospecting in the vicinity of their town site and trading post.
with whom Philip came in contact was a dapper little man, excessively conscious of his importance: he treated the clerks with condescension and patently
resented the familiarity of older students who had been his contemporaries and did not use him with the respect he felt his present position demanded.
His eyes had the querulous, troubled look such as she had noticed in monkeys; but while he was patently
uncomfortable under her scrutiny, his thick lips were drawn firmly in an effort at sullen determination.
Furthermore, she was patently
a weaponless Mary, for she wore no stitch of clothing that otherwise might have concealed a weapon.
And with them, here and there, undisguised by their decent American clothing, smaller in bulk and stature, weazened not alone by age but by the pinch of lean years and early hardship, were grandfathers and mothers who had patently
first seen the light of day on old Irish soil.
There was one tall, graceful maiden, skating hand in hand with a youth, on whom she bestowed her bright eyes perhaps too patently
; and it was strange with what anger John beheld her.
A little later Balatta had returned, bringing with her a half-dozen women who, unbeautiful as they were, were patently
not so unbeautiful as she.
Those who were able to walk remained all the time on duty, lying about in the shadows of the main deck, till my voice raised for an order would bring them to their enfeebled feet, a tottering little group, mov- ing patently
about the ship, with hardly a mur- mur, a whisper amongst them all.
For she was patently
an old woman, and it was her age that made me linger by the cart and watch.
1.6694-2(c)(2) as a position that is not patently
The judge concluded that the only currently available course of action for a non-purchasing tenant is an Article 78 proceeding, which he called "patently
insufficient" since "the Attorney General is not obligated to inquire into the truth, accuracy and fullness of disclosures in an offering plan."
Our grandchildren will want toknow most of all two things about Reagan: why he was so popular, and how he could have followed that patently
irrational course of tax and spending policies in 1981 that will cause the country problems for decades to come.