'"I write,"' his mother went on, reading very perspicuously
and precisely, '"from the chair, to which I shall probably be confined for some hours."'
I must have read very perspicuously
, or the poor soul must have been deeply interested, for I remember she had a cloudy impression, after I had done, that they were a sort of vegetable.
This allegory of 'dying cattle' could perspicuously
substitute for the narration of this author in 2013 after the visit of the Ogun State governor, Senator Ibikunle Amosun, to the institution that had sunk into atrophy due to decades of neglect: '...Just picture structures abandoned in the bush for decades or that have lost their innocence to wars or some natural disasters...
The ideas I want to explore can be perspicuously
expressed from the perspective of virtue theory.
Such passages--and there are more--have at least one thing in common: They can all be treated as metaphor, or more perspicuously
, as language apposite to reference to things (whether material objects, living beings, or conceptual constructs) erroneously thought to be gods by the unconverted masses of the relevant era and region.
Besides, referring to Figures 6 and 8(c), it is found that acceleration vibrations become larger perspicuously
at inflection points of the temperature profile such as 0.25 s, 1.25 s, 1.75 s, and 2.75 s.
The coalition statement added that the skirmishes, perspicuously
, show pressures which were exercised by the Iranian stooges of the Houthi militias, as it dominated the decisions, destiny and potentials of the dearly fraternal Yemeni people, resulting in flaring situation among the two Putsch sides.
Would they not need a category of their own: "neither-Forms-nor-concepts," or more perspicuously
, "not-quite-Forms-but-more-than-concepts," possibly to be abbreviated for convenience to something like "uberconcepts"?
This suggests a program--to work on the rest of my beliefs so that they become truly mine, relating perspicuously
to the original untouchable place where they are first unshakably present to the Cartesian mind.
155 (Michael Devitt & Richard Hanley eds., 2006) ("The listener presumes that the speaker is being cooperative and is speaking truthfully, informatively, relevantly, perspicuously
, and otherwise appropriately.