such communications are allowed only in cases of necessity, the fatwa says.
such an action would have been inconceivable even eighteen months ago.
Some were factual, such as her comments about being proud of her country for the first time.
Few of us would argue that such thoughts render someone a moral degenerate—or even as grievously ignorant.
Like most such predators, their danger to humans is often blown out of proportion.
such an Act is not a legislative phenomenon but a psychopathic one.
My very blood boiled in my veins, that such an one as he could give me pain.
There is such an uneasiness in Paris, that we have actually a run of confidence upon us!
"such an edict was passed because Athens is not a republic," replied Philæmon.
With no such friends or home, poor Hartley became a cast-away.
Old English swylc, swilc from a Proto-Germanic compound *swalikaz "so formed" (cf. Old Saxon sulik, Old Norse slikr, Old Frisian selik, Middle Dutch selc, Dutch zulk, Old High German sulih, German solch, Gothic swaleiks), from swa "so" (see so) + *likan "form," source of Old English gelic "similar" (see like). Colloquial suchlike (early 15c.) is pleonastic.