APTLY


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APTLYAlliance of Pile Testing Laboratory (now the Alliance of Deep Foundation Testing Professionals)
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They continued to walk onward, while the elder traveller exhorted his companion to make good speed and persevere in the path, discoursing so aptly that his arguments seemed rather to spring up in the bosom of his auditor than to be suggested by himself.
But he never consciously carried his actions outside the sphere of his own duty; and in this case the two attitudes were aptly tested.
I could not help thinking how very aptly that chapter your dear father read applied, in some of its particulars, to the woman you have chosen.
Colbert and I, a prize for swiftness on the Loire, do they not aptly represent our fortunes; and do you not believe, Gourville, that one of the two will be wrecked at Nantes?
She forgot the pain he had caused her, and in place of it she became conscious of a steady tide of well-being which harmonized very aptly with the tramp of their feet upon the dry road and the support of his arm.
The little ones all love Dorothy, and as one of my small friends aptly states: "It isn't a real Oz story without her.
He knew the road and the whole district so well, and the lines about 'snowy circles wheeling wild' described what was happening outside so aptly that it cheered him up.
The view was striking: it may aptly be compared to a framed engraving, where the frame represents the breakers, the marginal paper the smooth lagoon, and the drawing the island itself.
He spent his latter years, as has been aptly said, in a sort of perpetual tea-party, surrounded by bevies of admiring ladies, and largely occupied with a vast feminine correspondence, chiefly concerning his novels.
But if the man is true to his better instincts or sentiments, and refuses the dominion of facts, as one that comes of a higher race; remains fast by the soul and sees the principle, then the facts fall aptly and supple into their places; they know their master, and the meanest of them glorifies him.
You made the observation yourself just now very aptly and wittily.
Dubai -- Al Barari has introduced 99 four-bedroom villas in a collection aptly titled 'The Nest'.