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  • And I think the best bloggers have a measuredness to their madness.

    03/27/2006

  • I think he showed a lot of deftness, measuredness -- he was measured firm.

    CNN Transcript Apr 15, 2001

  • Now to the content of the divine order, the fixed quality, the measuredness and so forth — there is opposed the content of the evil principle, its unfixedness, measurelessness and so forth: total is opposed to total.

    The Six Enneads.

  • Before her ladies, she never appeared without some restraint -- manifest in a certain measuredness of movement, slowness of speech, and choice of phrase; but before a month was over,

    St. George and St. Michael

  • Before her ladies, she never appeared without some restraint -- manifest in a certain measuredness of movement, slowness of speech, and choice of phrase; but before a month was over,

    St. George and St. Michael Volume I

  • I'd also argue that the video's comedy comes from the collision of Antoine's real, genuine emotion and style and the general "reasonable, i.e. sterile" measuredness of the newscast format.

    NOGOODFORME.COM

  • Yes, but it is not a measuredness I think borne of insecurity.

    The Latest From VanityFair.com

  • Coolness, measuredness, and calm, intellectual determination was the better way.

    Steve Ersinghaus

  • Dan Farber (very politely) brought some proper measuredness into the discussion

    The 463: Inside Tech Policy

  • a leading characteristic is lack of measuredness and of proportion.

    Lessons of the war with Spain and other articles

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