10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «MAGISTERIALLY»
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Encyclopaedia perthensis, or, Universal dictionary of the ...
MAGISTERIALLY, adv. [from magisterial] Arrogantly ; with an air of authority. — A
downright advice may hit mistaken, as if it were spoken magisterially. Bacon's
Adv. to I'iHiers. — Over their putii aud pipes, they claim and engross all wholly to
Encyclopaedia Perthensis; Or Universal Dictionary of the ...
Of coral? are chiefly prepared the powder ground upon a marble, and the
magisterial salt, to good purpose in some fevers : the tincture is no more than a
solution of the magisterial salt. Greg's Mus. * MAGISTERIALLY, adv. [from
Fear in Early Modern Society
2 Plague-spreading and a magisterially controlled fear WILLIAM G. NAPHY
Intentional, conspiratorial plague -spreading was an enduring and recurring
threat to societies in the Western Alps. Aristocratic, ecclesiastical, republican and
William G. Naphy, Penny Roberts, 1997
The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]
170. he quotes from Bishop Horsley, a passage in which he expressly . denies
the claim of 'authority to prescribe magisterially to the opinions and consciences
of men, whether in an individual,1 or in assemblies and collections of meii ...
The new encyclopædia; or, Universal dictionary ofarts and ...
See Maggi,N; right advice may be mistaken, as if it were spoken MAGL1ABECHI,
Anthony, a person of g& magisterially. Bacon's Adv. to filliers. — Over their
learning, and remarkable for an amazing memory, pots and pipes, they claim and
Encyclopaedia Perthensis, 1807
The London encyclopaedia: or Universal dictionary of ...
or appertaining to Mag'istr ate, n.s. J a magistrate ; hence lofty ; arrogant :
magistracy, the office or dignity of a public administrator of the law : magistrate,
the officer so administering the law : magistrally is an abbreviation of
Australian Colonies: Convict Discipline and Transportation : ...
RETURN showing the Number and Description of Offences committed by the
Inmates of this Establishment, and for which they have been magisterially tried,
during the Six Months ending 30th June 1856 ; as also the daily average Number
Great Britain. Colonial Office, 1857
Encyclopaedia Perthensis; or, Universal dictionary of Knowledge
See Micat, right advice may be mistaken, as if it were spoken MAGLIABECHI,
Anthony, a person magisterially. Bacon's Adv. to Villiers. — Over their learning,
and remarkable for an amazing j pots and pipes, they claim and engross all whol-
Encyclopaedia Perthensis, 1806
Authority, then, we perceive, is denied to assemblies of men, to prescribe
magisterially to the opinions and consciences of men. But is not the claim of the
Church to decide :iuthoritativ'ely controversies: in' religion, identical with
Samuel Greatheed, Daniel Parken, Josiah Conder, 1817
An Essay Concerning Human Understanding
knowledge. : and. I. think. not. only,. that. it. becomes. the. modesty. of. philosophy
. not. to. pronounce. magisterially,. where. we. want. that. evidence. that. can.
produce. knowledge. ;. but. also,. that. it. is. of. use. to. pleases give to some
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «MAGISTERIALLY»
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Monumental decision: Who should be honored in place of the …
I would depict her seated magisterially, with daughter Marie, who assumed her mantle, standing behind with a mischievous gleam in her ... «The lens, Jul 15»
Donald Macintyre's sketch: Matinee idol Lord Owen steals the …
This was not because of any “fault of his”, Lord Owen explained with a flick of the magisterially patronising, but because his whole career had ... «The Independent, Jul 15»
That dreamy touch, the array of spins … the peerless Roger Federer …
Federer, playing magisterially, dashes a nation's hopes. The ice bucket of class deposited over the drunken head of jingoism. It's not as if we ... «The Guardian, Jul 15»
Budget 2015: The return of Tina
The transport secretary looked magisterially content as the Chancellor talked of spending more on roads. The defence secretary looked ... «BBC News, Jul 15»
Tunisian Artists Explode Time & Memory
It's a country that is magisterially in political transition, with a young generation who hope to make another future." But as Héla Ammar says of ... «Huffington Post, Jul 15»
Simply The Perfect Box Set: 'Maria Callas Remastered'
Or think of vinyl as the magisterially stuffed pipe over the Cto D or mp3's thoughtlessly puffed cigarette. I've gone to enough concerts to know ... «Forbes, Jul 15»
The Ojai Music Festival.
... its centerpiece was “Zyklus”—a magisterially ambiguous creation that combines precisely notated sections with more open-ended passages ... «The New Yorker, Jun 15»
Somaliland:The “Jiggery Pokery” Jurisprudence of Justice Scalia
Scalia magisterially concluded, “Under all the usual rules of interpretation the Government should lose this case.” In footnote 22 of his dissent in ... «SomalilandPress, Jun 15»
Sketch: An opportunity to be baffled by David Cameron's lexicon
His questionable definition of opportunity was as nothing compared to the bewildering array of new and magisterially incomprehensible ... «Telegraph.co.uk, Jun 15»
Why Flying Feels Like Swimming in the Ocean to Pilots
Its true, misshapen character must be approximated for purposes of navigation, and whichever magisterially monikered model is used—World ... «Slate Magazine, Jun 15»