The sixth line of the GJW nonsensically seems to read, “Evil man habitually does not he does habitually bring [sic].”
habitually lumping both mainstream parties into one, she is not poised to endorse anyone.
Nor, as president, would she have abstained on U.N. human-rights resolutions as Brazil habitually did.
It was a question that habitually occurred to the only woman in a roomful of men, and few found the answer.
These London gangs are doing on a much larger scale what they do habitually: parading their strength.
It is not the much that you say you believe that shapes your character; it is the little that you habitually realise.
Mrs. James, habitually doleful, punctuated her speech with sniffs.
If I thought this could really cost one habitually discreet as you an effort, Anna?
The King was habitually melancholy, and liked everything which recalled the idea of death, in spite of the strongest fears of it.
This lady is habitually authoritative to all, but to her poor husband she is despotic.