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  • Most of it followed traditional forms; the aesthetic norms were handed down orally as well as textually.
  • The very different, and textually corrupt version of the song found in southern England is usually known by the title Through the Groves.
  • But I can tell you, it did have a slight sense of humor, even sub textually, it's a fun film to see.
  • Textually it has some relationship to the group 16.
  • Possibly parts of his work may be textually derived from the Cyclics, but the topic is very obscure. Cited from Alfred Tennyson, by Andrew Lang
  • Muslim scholarship remains divided on the issue, with some supporting government enforcement while others uphold that the practice is textually baseless.
  • These details are textually given as the best representation of the place occupied, in the history of that time, by the morals and private life of the kings. Cited from A Popular History of France From The Earliest Times, V.1 of 6, by Guizot
  • In some applications the number is simply represented textually as a string of decimal digits, raising only trivial additional problems.
  • The most striking feature of the Scribble languages is their use of a new syntax, which is designed specifically for textually rich code.
  • In gambling, there are many categories of events, all of which can be textually predefined.
  • The game often breaks the fourth wall by textually parodying certain game conventions -- such as a non-player character's tendency to be fixed in one position.
  • West observes that "there are very few exceptions in tragedy, most of them textually suspect."
  • Debates shall be published textually in special volumes.
  • This is the document editor's ability to textually analyze the contents of a document.
  • These are the only textually entrenched provisions of the Constitution.
  • Thanks to hasty pencil-notes, he was able to reproduce, almost textually, the questions and the answers given. Cited from Mystery of the Yellow Room, by Gaston Leroux
  • When an address is written textually, the zone index is appended to the address, separated by a percent sign (%).
  • The liturgy now used in Syrian communities round the world is textually speaking Oriental-Sephardic.
  • It is hard to quote a line which he deigned textually to translate. Cited from 1000 Nights and a Night, Vo1. 14, Tr. by Burton
  • References which are not textually (i.e. lexically) embedded in that block simply do not see that binding.
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