2011) ("The court providently
exercised its discretion in considering defendants' surreply."); Ennis-Short v.
The multitude of people at this present were innumerable: but to conclude God be thanked, for it, was such the great care of the worshipfull Citizens of London, & all things so providently
foreseen, by them, that little or no hurt or danger ensued to any: which was greatly feared of many, to have happened: by reason of the great multitudes that were in the Citie, being come both farre & neere thither.
for us, in Gregg Davidson we had exactly the right person to perform this difficult task.
, not all of these poisonous missives reached their targets in the cold light of next day's sobriety.
(39) They also point very providently
that the main purpose of a war is still 4GW oriented and focused on changing minds of "our opponents to force them to fulfill our will." (40) It is about non-lethal power that is still violent as Hannah Arendt analyzed: "A power of a man over a man" (41) is by her words a violent activity as it leads to a deliberate and enforced compellation of our will.
The motion court providently
exercised its discretion in granting defendants' cross motion for an extension of time to interpose an answer.
(4) This motivated Galton to endorse methods for accelerating the process of human evolution, writing, "What nature does blindly, slowly, and ruthlessly, man may do providently
, quickly and kindly".
For the principal and proper work of history being to instruct and enable men, by the knowledge of actions past, to bear themselves prudently in the present and providently
towards the future" (Hobbes 1839-1845, viii).
In the process of reroofing All Saints' the previous summer, the group had providently
applied to the local power authority, which issued them a contract.
She has noticed that although the demand of domestic and care work was on the increase, that the model of housewife was falling in the EU region recently and that this need for this job was met providently
by the female "undocumented migrant", policy on immigration was too restrictive for non-EU citizens.