Well, bishops are people, too, and so humanly
Scotland will have its own parliament "as soon as humanly
possible", the new Scottish Secretary of State promises this morning.
Those who choose to experience ``Cats'' - and there never figures to be any shortage of partakers or opportunities - would do well to see it in as close to its original form as is humanly
Yet it is clear that long held tenets of vernacular wisdom are still relevant if we are to evolve new climate-specific planning and building models - and ways of construction--that will create environments that are both ecologically sust ainable and humanly
For these reasons, working at a wage sufficient to live humanly
is recognized as a right.
It wasn't until 1992 that the Racing Form began publishing Andrew Beyer's speed figures, which do as good a job as humanly
possible of calculating how fast horses ran their races in light of track conditions.
Klotz's animated and inventive composition of different spaces, materials and functions is ultimately very humanly
scaled and responsive to social need, serving both the intimate collective of the school and the wider demands of the local community.
In contrast, the Vatican asserts, first, that the Church did whatever was humanly
possible in helping victims and secondly, that anything of any consequence in the Archives has already been revealed in the 12-volume Vatican letters, acts and documents for the years 1939-1945.
Sean Salisbury stakes his reputation on yacking as much about football as humanly
It all makes the big Edwardian and '30s office blocks, which were thought to be so gross forty or fifty years ago, seem generous and humanly
The second is to watch as much college football as humanly
The path led through an evocation of a 15m high igloo, the traditional winter dwelling of the Inuit, and an ice village, a memorial of European colonial days when the wild was tamed by humanly