Both are clearly trying to play the other.
Your gran was a very competent woman clearly.
The fighters clearly help each other perform moves or flips.
“The department is clearly under obligation to investigate.”
She's therefore clearly unsuitable for the Inquiry panel
Whitaker believes that in order to write clearly students must think clearly.
Keith Brown MSP, the Scottish National party’s deputy leader, said: “Clearly, Boris Johnson is rattled.
Descartes is unambiguous that there are some things that we clearly and distinctly perceive to be possible.
There is clearly something called identity out there, and it clearly plays a role in politics.
She said: “I pledge to my late husband to never stop until I have made the difference that this country clearly needs.
No, because they’ve clearly shown that they’re not very good at it and they clearly don’t really want to be the solution.
Professor Viner added: “Clearly children can be asymptomatic, children can be infectious, clearly they can carry risk for adults, there is no pretence that they do not.
I can’t explain anything further, I wasn’t party to any of these discussions but clearly they must be investigated thoroughly and that’s clearly happening with the Met Police.”
Pat McNab is clearly obsessed with his dead mother; clearly a bit of a drunk; clearly has trouble with reality, compounded by brushes with hallucinogens and beatings to the head.
He added that demand was growing for a vote “because the emerging Brexit is clearly very, very different from what was promised by the Leave campaign” and that leaving the EU was “turning out to be a very costly exercise” that “clearly has damaged the British economy”.
“We cannot emphasize enough that regardless of the fact that the executive privilege clearly applies to his senior staff, in the interest of complete transparency, the president has allowed — in fact, has directed — the voluntary production of clearly protected documents,” his lawyers wrote.
The list reveals that some cities are clearly more adventurous than others: While burgers with all the toppings and trimmings emerged victorious in towns across the nation, Livingston, in contrast, clearly likes to play it safe with a Pizza Express Margherita emerging as their most popular takeaway.
Arc 1: The conclusion that an all-perfect God exists is derived from premises that are clearly and distinctly perceived – i.e., premises that are accepted despite being vulnerable to Evil Genius Doubt, because our cognitive nature compels us to assent to clearly and distinctly perceived propositions.
Arc 1: The conclusion that an all-perfect God exists is derived from premises that are clearly and distinctly perceived – indeed, premises belonging to a special class of truths that are fully immune to doubt prior to establishing the general veracity of propositions that are clearly and distinctly perceived.
Ms Mallon told BBC News NI the Mr Lyons' decision "is clearly controversial, it is clearly cross cutting and it clearly can't have any effect without the executive agreement and that's why it's essential that we meet tonight and that we take action on this unilateral solo run by the DUP minister".
- without doubt or question
Example: they were clearly lost
- in an intelligible manner
- clear to the mind; with distinct mental discernment
- in an easily perceptible manner
Example: could be seen clearly under the microscope
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