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From distant countries they have been brought, and taught to live in the cool temperateness of France.
But he makes them temperately; and temperateness is indeed one of the features of the book as a whole.
His was a wise and instinctive temperateness that savoured of the Greek.
One use of default in temperateness is for initial settings for application software.
The town lies in the Temperateness zone.
But if there is anyone displeased by the extended temperateness, it is the weatherman.
Banská Bystrica lies in the Temperateness and has a continental climate with four distinct seasons.
Buddhism also resembles Epicureanism in its temperateness, including the belief that great excesses leads to great dissatisfaction.
Within the country, the temperateness varies considerably between the southern coastal regions and the extreme north, showing characteristics of both a maritime and a continental climate.
What follows is not at all what Lidie expected based on the "delightful bills" she had gazed at, advertising the beauty and temperateness of Kansas.
After I had drunk half a dozen glasses, my policy of temperateness in mind, I decided that I had had enough for that time.
Stepan's aesthetic convictions are Dostoevsky's, and Stepan's speech is an hysterical, summarizing take-off of Dostoevsky's journalism, itself no model of temperateness.
It is possible to confuse temperateness with indifference and democracy with indecision, just as it was possible on 9/11 to feel terribly weak in the midst of our undiminished strength.
When it is considered that there is no public-house in all the island and that seven thousand souls dwell therein, some idea may be gained of the temperateness of the community.
Mr. Barkley, or at least the image he tries to project, stands at great odds with the notion that athletes ought to be paragons of virtue and temperateness to inspire the nation's youth.
The area surrounding mountain range stretching between the Wisłok, Osława and San Rivers in the Salt Mountains (Central Beskidian Piedmont), in the inland with temperateness climate.
The Sei Whale migrates annually from cool and subpolar waters in summer to temperateness and subtropics waters for winter, although in most areas the exact migration routes are not well known.
Mating occurs in temperateness, subtropical seas during the winter, and the gestation period is estimated to be 10 3/4 months, 11 1/4 months, or one year, depending on what model of fetus growth is used.
In 1900, the literary critic Lewis E. Gates wrote that the novelist Nathaniel Hawthorne "had in fact something of the night in his disposition . . . a suggestion of the discolored temperateness of night."
There is a temperateness, a patience, here that makes "Bad Land" quite unlike anything else Mr. Raban has written - and most especially unlike "Old Glory," his caustically funny 1981 book about traveling down the Mississippi River in an aluminum skiff.