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- adj. As it should, as described
- adv. Per se, by itself, in itself.
- adv. Therefore; thus; so.
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- adv. with respect to its inherent nature
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That command, which then consisted of the 1st, 4th, and 5th Texas and the 18th Georgia, was a part of Whiting's division and as such had no part in the action at Williamsburg; but now at Eltham's Landing it showed its mettle.34
Pitiable as such an attitude seemed to Gerty, she could not judge it as harshly as Selden, for instance, might have done.
However, the Mandaeans appear in the Koran itself, under the name of Sabians, as a ‘people of the Book’, proving that they were known as such long before they came under threat of Moslem rule.
This bibliography does not include all of the approximately 5,200+ diffusion publications 75 percent empirical and 25 percent nonempirical currently available, as such a bibliography would itself constitute a large book.
The individual as such was not a fact in such an alliance; hence his indirect participation in it did not add an individuating element to his personality.
But I am also just beginning to realize that I am more; I am heiress to Morgaine and as such the Slayer so long awaited.
For all its changing social complexion, this was still the Old World, and as such it insisted on a modicum of punctilio.
A younger son of a rich Saxon count, Rainald I, and destined as such to be an ecclesiastic, he was sent to the cathedral school at
It was also, Carly Linton discovered as she paused to catch her breath beside the huge birch that had anchored the front yard for as long as she could remember, not quite as dead asleep as such a small town should have been at so late an hour.
Most people who used ORT did not have a scientifically correct understanding of how it worked, as such principles-knowledge rests on understanding the chemical process of electrolytes.