Fine reveals his inner thoughts when standing in the presence of the Arch of Titus depicting the menorah, for instance, when personably
noting, "It was as if the Romans marching forward, carrying the menorah and the other Temple vessels were actually moving as the field of the relief moved deeper and deeper in the white marble--and the vessels of the Jerusalem Temple disappeared forever into the stone.
As soon as we pulled up we were guided through check-in in a friendly and personably
28) There was none that durst be sorry therefor, and if ye had seen Reynart how personably
he went with his male and psalter on his shoulder, and the shoes on his feet, ye should have laughed (The history of Reynard the Fox, 89)
Aghaian, a former federal prosecutor in California, where he worked on cyber and Intellectual Property crimes, and who is now with McKenna Long & Aldridge, where he is co-chair of the firm's cybersecurity practice, said, "the current assault in cyberspace does not discriminate against the nature of the information, whether it is company trade secrets, personably
identifiable information of individuals or military tactical information.
written, it provides an easily readable window into her thinking and politics.
The Oberoi offers 24-hour butler service, rare in Dubai but nothing new; it was the way that staff genuinely listened and interacted so personably
with guests that was impressive.
By accepting the interview as a fictional text Zelarayan does not hold Borges responsible for his comments just as many readers do not hold writers of fiction personably
responsible for the horrendous events of their stories.
Particularly on social media, speak personably