, only the things which I have mentioned belong to the category of quantity: everything else that is called quantitative is a quantity in a secondary sense.
* Strictly speaking
, the pronunciation of all words such as Liang, Kiang, etc., is nearer one syllable than two.
More strictly speaking
, I had noticed him when, on a previous occasion, he had come to play cards here, and I had followed him home.
That his uncle should arrive to treat with me of these things was a solution that, strictly speaking
, I ought now to have desired to bring on; but I could so little face the ugliness and the pain of it that I simply procrastinated and lived from hand to mouth.
Though the ancient feudal systems were not, strictly speaking
, confederacies, yet they partook of the nature of that species of association.
But, then, he was always a great king, fit to rule over the great waters where, strictly speaking
, a man would have no business whatever but for his audacity.
A knight may very possibly he proof against love; but it is impossible, strictly speaking
, for him to be ungrateful.
, Godfrey notes in the November ICARUS, it is not so much a hexagon as an atmospheric feature consisting of a wave pattern that is repeated six times around the planet, ranging between a few degrees above and below 76[deg.]N latitude.
: The North East Tap Dancing competition in South Shields, 1971
, he's supposed to offer you back the branches he cuts off because they belong to you.
such copying is illegal or is on the verge of copyright illegality.
Windsor: 5.55 Cala di Volpe, 6.55 Strictly Speaking