Later this year, Thomas Keller of The French Laundry and per se will bring his acclaimed cuisine to England.
Gnosis was never really “founded,” per se, but forged over time among a group of people who became friends talking over code.
This was not a musical performance, per se, but you bet your ass this was a “performance”—albeit a well-intentioned and noble one.
The lessons from Europe and Japan are that austerity, per se, is not the way to move to a sustainable fiscal stance.
"Look, the Taliban per se is not our enemy," he told Newsweek's Leslie H. Gelb.
I dont wish you should think I find any fault with them per se.
The next step is the acquisition of the hypnotic state, per se.
That which in common-sense is a positive crime, per se, is made by irrational custom to lessen and mitigate a greater crime.
But both the series of acts and the intent are per se indifferent.
I could not determine whether or how this was inflicted, per se, since it would require tracing the trajectory.
Latin, literally "by itself;" translating Greek kath auto (Aristotle).