from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- interj. Informal Used to express goodbye.
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- interj. Goodbye; a greeting used when leaving or departing from a person or place
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- n. a farewell remark
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Probabilists reply that this argument, if carried to its logical conclusion, would end in Rigorism, because the only way efficiently to bring our actions into perfect harmony with objective morality is to follow the safe opinion, so long as the less safe opinion has not acquired moral certainty.
The place in the wardrobe of the gentleman's suit has changed over the past century, and here Sooke employs the expertise of tailor Charlie Allen, Topman's design director Gordon Richardson and Sir Paul Smith to explain why the British male has been so long enamoured with "the whistle".
William Byron Mowery, the teacher of the course I took, was an elfin-sized man who wore a tie so long that it gave the visual illusion of scraping the tops of his shoes.
Probabilists reply that this moral system leads to Tutiorism, because it implies that if no compensating benefit exists, it is not lawful to perform an action so long as it certainly is not forbidden.
Reconfiguration of hospital services, so long the NHS's elephant in the room, is back on the agenda.
Alypius, Proba belonged to that Roman aristocracy which upheld the old pagan religion so long against Christianity.
Asked why it took so long to recognize the NTC, Clinton said the U.S. administration analyzed the situation to make sure that the NTC's actions are in accord with its statements.
Carpentras in 527 (Mansi, VIII, 707), make it quite clear that while the bishop's right was maintained in theory, the practice prevailed of leaving the offerings of the faithful to the church in which they were made so long as they were there needed.
Probabiliorism, because the only efficacious way of excluding reasonable danger of material sin is to act on the safe opinion so long as the less safe opinion is not morally certain.
I worried we would carry our empty bellies into a Swiss caf and encounter the greeting wed had once, trying to get lunch after two p.m., in Verona: A questora?! the proprietor said, aghast that anyone should wait so long to eat.