circumstanced in a sentence

"circumstanced" in Chinese  
  1. Managing sources in such circumstanced is very difficult to say the least.
  2. New York does not treat similarly circumstanced persons alike,
  3. Jay replied that the intelligence " is unfortunately of such a Nature, or rather so circumstanced, as to render Secrecy necessary . " Jay prevailed.
  4. In such circumstances it may well be that an ordinary businessman, circumstanced as the parties were, would conclude that the seller was treating the contract as at an end.
  5. But the locals aren't about to let him off the hook, especially when he starts advising a few of the more modestly circumstanced ones to start living their dreams.
  6. It's difficult to find circumstanced in a sentence.
  7. Many of the other Lots adjoin the Turnpike Road, and are very eligible as building ground, and the whole Estate is well circumstanced with regard to roads and navigable canals.
  8. The pseudonymous Federal Farmer defended the proposed unitary executive, arguing that " a single man seems to be peculiarly well circumstanced to superintend the execution of laws with discernment and decision, with promptitude and uniformity ."
  9. "I am one of those who have been so fortunately circumstanced that I have had the opportunity to study the way in which these things come about in complete disconnection from them, and I do not suspect that any man has deliberately planned the system.
  10. England is a great and powerful nation, independent of auxiliary and foremost in human progress, enemy to despotism, the only safe refuge of the exile, friend of the oppressed, but if ever England, your native country, should be so circumstanced as to require the help of an ally, cursed be that Italian who would not step forward with me in her defence.
  11. A reviewer in " The Sydney Morning Herald " was equally as scathing : " To be entirely devoid of imagination is bad, although the persons so circumstanced are generally ignorant of their misfortune; but it is not so bad as to possess an imagination which submits to no control-a fancy which, once fairly started, revels in a phantasmagoria of incredibilities ."
  12. In view of the foregoing, it seems clear that New York does not treat similarly circumstanced persons alike : those in the final stages of terminal illness who are on life-support systems are allowed to hasten their deaths by directing the removal of such systems; but those who are similarly situated, except for the previous attachment of life-sustaining equipment, are not allowed to hasten death by self-administering prescribed drugs . . ..
  13. :a wet heavy bad country very disadvantageously circumstanced respecting roads, for every way around they are almost impassable . . . after inclosing fell into bad hands, they laid much of it down to grass in as bad order as possible, and it has continued so ever since in as rough and ill conditioned and unprofitable a state as can be well conceived . . . It should seem that corn has there been lessened without making amends for the loss by ample products of new grass.
  14. Vasantha Nair : The National Commission held that paid Medical Services are covered under the cpa Rs1, 000 crore Consumer Welfare Fund set up by prime minister Narasimha Rao ( from excise tax proceeds ) 1993 The cpa was amended to provide that even one single consumer can " espouse the cause of numerous other similarly circumstanced consumers, " meaning that even if other consumers suffering from the same injustice are not complainents in a specific case, they are still entitled to similar compensations Neela Raje v / s.

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