Half black, half white, a son of Kansas and Africa, he searchingly
and sensitively explored America's ebony-ivory divide.
Derek looked at Gerald searchingly
and laughed at his confusion.
In this sense, the "ruined temple" possesses a distinctly generative association, despite the dense melancholia that, as Jesse Matz has searchingly
examined, envelops this text.
A] court can inquire more or less searchingly
whether the relevant prongs of the test are satisfied.
In the same way, Galadriel "held [the Fellowship] with her eyes, and in silence looked searchingly
at each of them in turn" (LotR II.
The act of destabilizing and liberating meaning--a kind of Barthesian jouissance--is not pictured here as glibly celebratory; rather, Hale searchingly
reflects upon the complicated status of collage today.
The original was a French play first performed well over a century ago, here enhanced by Sawer's searchingly
expressive score and some expertly convincing Sound by Design effects.
Therefore, you must searchingly
scan everything you read,
As a practical matter, since the utility of privacy and speech cannot be measured, one could argue that First Amendment strict scrutiny (requiring a compelling state need and tailoring) is a utilitarian test--one that assumes a high value in speech and looks searchingly
for evidence of countervailing factors.
explores whether the defendant actually comprehends (by
potency most searchingly
when the priest Caponsacchi compares his first
In short, to get back to the somewhat flippant, sassy title of this article, precedent gives (and is supposed to give, and it is necessary that it or something else gives) judges the opportunity not to think about each little issue that comes in the chambers door--or at least not think as long or as searchingly
as otherwise might be required.