Sentences Containing 'ordinarily'
After a bath the body should be well rubbed, otherwise evaporation occurs at the expense of heat which the body can not ordinarily afford to lose.
The burning material is ordinarily set on fire by matches, thin strips of wood tipped with sulphur or phosphorus, or both.
Ordinarily the muscles of accommodation adjust themselves easily and quickly; if, however, they do not, frequent and severe headaches occur as a result of too great muscular effort toward accommodation.
Buildings at a distance from the reservoir suffer under such circumstances, because while the diminished pressure is ordinarily powerful enough to supply the lower floors, it is frequently too weak to force a continuous stream to high levels.
Railroad ties and street paving blocks are ordinarily protected by oil rather than paint.
Ordinarily a combination of products best serves the ends of the physician.
Ordinarily, hygienic living will eliminate the source of the trouble, but if it does not, a physician should be consulted and medicine should be procured from him which will restore the deranged system to its normal healthy condition.
The atmosphere, which we ordinarily think of as a storehouse of oxygen, contains far more nitrogen than oxygen, since four fifths of its whole weight is made up of this element.
Ordinarily we are not conscious that it requires time for sound to travel from its source to our ears, because the distance involved is too short.
The unusual length and thickness of the strings of the double bass make it produce very low notes, so that it is ordinarily looked upon as the``bass voice''of the orchestra.
In actual practice messages are not ordinarily sent long distances over a direct line, but are automatically transferred to new lines at definite points.
It must present the form of things in a more vivid manner than we ordinarily see them in nature.
No bloodshed ensued; but that was because the captain's cause was weak; for ordinarily he was not a man to take correction quietly.
The woman, by herself, would have satisfied any ordinarily impossible alligator; but no, these liars must make him gorge the five children besides.
This is all I know, but I know not, count, how you contrived to inspire so much respect in the bandits of Rome who ordinarily have so little respect for anything.
``The jeweller began eating his supper, and the woman, who was ordinarily so querulous and indifferent to all who approached her, was suddenly transformed into the most smiling and attentive hostess.
My commands are ordinarily short, clear, and precise; and I would rather be obliged to repeat my words twice, or even three times, than they should be misunderstood.
Ordinarily M. de Villefort made and returned very few visits.
The dull driver, smoking his pipe, was plodding along toward the limits of the Faubourg Saint Denis, where no doubt he ordinarily had his station.
Of the same nature is sickness and death; slander, and lying in wait, and whatsoever else ordinarily doth unto fools use to be occasion either of joy or sorrow.
Pass from thence to the dispositions of them that thou doest ordinarily converse with, how hardly do we bear, even with the most loving and amiable!
Or can any man make any question of this, that whatsoever is naturally worse and inferior, is ordinarily subordinated to that which is better?
They fancy that the monster to which these arms belonged ordinarily clings by them to the bed of the ocean; and that the sperm whale, unlike other species, is supplied with teeth in order to attack and tear it.
As the boats now more closely surrounded him, the whole upper part of his form, with much of it that is ordinarily submerged, was plainly revealed.
As described above, the 6845 is not ordinarily able to provide large linear framebuffers.
Ordinarily, employees will not be in the course of employment travelling to and from work, unless their transport is provided by their employer.
One can argue that racial discrimination and cooperation is not ordinarily based on color of skin but more on shared common, cultural experiences, and beliefs.
In criminal prosecutions, the state as a party is ordinarily named as "The Queen"for instance, "The Queen v Crook".
Quantization is involved to some degree in nearly all digital signal processing, as the process of representing a signal in digital form ordinarily involves rounding.
A scalar quantizer, which performs a quantization operation, can ordinarily be decomposed into two stages: These two stages together comprise the mathematical operation of formula_44.
His seat ordinarily would have been filled through a special primary and general election.
Ordinarily in contemporary myths the sun is thought to be a young man and the moon a young girl.
"The highways in France are usually good, but are ordinarily not excessively wide.
It should ordinarily be read in the terms in which it was expressed.
Jewellery, such as necklaces, wrist-watches and rings, are ordinarily removed before cremation, and returned to the family.
The first opportunity for parole to be granted on a life sentence in Germany is ordinarily after 15 years.
Some modules enable the display of different file formats not ordinarily interpretable by the browser.
The price of a sneak-box, as ordinarily built in Ocean County, New Jersey, is about forty dollars.
In the manga, Umino is revealed to be incredibly handsome when he takes his glasses off, a joke riffing on his ordinarily nerdy appearance.
The panel ordinarily would have ordered Christie to pay the Law Society’s costs and expenses of the hearing, which in this case amounted to approximately $50,000.
In practice, all levels of government, seeking to reduce costs, have begun turning to the private sector to provide some of the services that are ordinarily provided by government.
Relevance is ordinarily a necessary condition, but not a sufficient condition, for the admissibility of evidence.
These Afrofuturist concepts of nonlinear time and the projection of oneself in what would ordinarily be considered past and future can be read through Delany’s "Stars in my Pocket Like Grains of Sand".
Finalists have been announced from 1980, ordinarily two others beside the winner.
One person ordinarily wins the award for work with one newspaper or with affiliated papers, and that was true without exception between 1936 (the only time two prizes were given) and 1977.
Ordinarily departments were commanded by major generals.
A range of activities on board cruise ships generate hazardous wastes and toxic substances that would ordinarily be presumed to be subject to RCRA.
Ordinarily, when one's body is killed, the soul departs for the next world.
These five would therefore be the causal factors in the experience of the Real. Marvin Meyer writes: "The "five trees" in paradise are mentioned frequently in gnostic texts, ordinarily without explanation or elaboration.
A contractor ordinarily will not be entitled to recover for a constructive change in the work required by the government where the government's actions were not the direct cause of the contractor's increased costs.