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  • In contrast to Bond, Whelan circumspectly keeps Shakespeare just offstage.
  • But after MGR became Chief Minister the producers again circumvented Nagesh circumspectly.
  • Used sparingly and circumspectly, the violence imparts horror.
  • Nadelmann said circumspectly, and the last-minute money from Soros and others came through.
  • Henry, circumspectly steered their business through the French Wars and the dissolution of Spanish colonial interests.
  • Warner is still saddled with trying to explain what happened, and prefers to talk about it circumspectly.
  • But Cecil's fate was to talk to the media, and that he did, a bit circumspectly.
  • You hope courts will deal with the power this gives them circumspectly . . . to protect basic human liberty,
  • You can abuse the power given to you or you can use it very circumspectly within the spirit of the law,
  • But almost everyone interviewed acknowledged, however circumspectly, that concern had existed for years that Moore was dealing with a substance-abuse problem.
  • The incident, around which bad feelings still linger, provides a circumspectly told cautionary tale at the beginning of Advisory Commission's report.
  • With the arrival of democratic rule the legacy of Primo de Rivera and the cult of personality created by the dictatorship started to wane circumspectly.
  • The real point, however, is that by the time he flew to Iraq to seal the deal, Clinton was also circumspectly cheering him on.
  • Many in this predominately Roman Catholic nation then go to church, presumably to repent the sins committed during Carnival and to promise to live more circumspectly.
  • After being pressed about his relationship with Levy, Giuliani answered circumspectly, saying, " I think we have a very constructive relationship ."
  • The Palanese also circumspectly incorporated the use of " moksha medicine ", a fictional entheogen taken ceremonially in rites of passage for mystical and cosmological insight.
  • Because current technologies are generally accepted as good, future technological developments are not considered circumspectly, resulting in what seems to be a blind acceptance of technological developments.
  • The purpose to which all the governments of Israel have adhered, the transferring of the American embassy to Jerusalem, this goal is now being circumspectly torpedoed by the government,
  • They must use subterfuge; circumspectly using the law to their advantage, working closely with loopholes and ensuring that there is no evidence of any criminal activity on their part.
  • Banks, stores and government offices across the country shut down until Ash Wednesday, when residents of this predominantly Roman Catholic nation straggle back to work, promising to live more circumspectly.
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