(1) Sylvia Walby, in her new book, The Future of Feminism , adjudicates on this magisterially.
(2) Black women who had borne one or more children in the 5 years preceding the study and who were resident on white-owned farms were sampled in a multistage cluster procedure from the population of two magisterial districts of the southern Transvaal, Ventersdorp and Balfour.
(3) He was an astonishing figure, as Tim Hilton’s magisterial 2002 biography of him proves.
(4) He stressed that it was “not a magisterial document” but “a work in progress” that provided the basis for another synod next autumn.
(5) Prepared by the Roman Catholic Church's Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF), Donum Vitae is intended as a magisterial teaching document that invites further reflection on the relationship between natural moral law and reproductive technologies such as in vitro fertilization.
(6) Valid comparisons between the MRs of the rural areas and either Soweto or the 34 'selected' magisterial districts cannot be made.
(7) Whenever I think of carers and their management, I always think of Peter Thompson's magisterial account of the First World War entitled Lions Led By Donkeys, which neatly encapsulates the lack of wherewithal the further up the chain of command one goes.
(8) What a fall there has been, from that magisterial orator who lived for the supremacy of the law to the present incumbent, Chris Grayling: not a lawyer , and not seeming to understand, much less respect, the ideals of justice under the law that his party used to stand for.
(9) Lionel Messi delivered a "magisterial" display to inspire Barcelona to a 4-0 win over Milan and complete a remarkable comeback that took his side into the quarter-finals of the Champions League .
(10) Simon Heffer, author of a magisterial biography of Powell, seemed irritated by my emphasis on the "send them back" aspect of Powell's policy when we discussed Powell's legacy on the radio last year.
(11) The critical response was overwhelming - "magisterial", "scrupulously fair", "exemplary".
(12) Mortality rates (MRs) for cancer in black men and women, aged 25-74 years, in the 34 'selected' (urban) magisterial districts were calculated for 1980 and compared with the MRs for cancer in 1970.
(13) With his usual magisterial disdain, Godard again declined to visit the Croisette, but shook things up with another free-form essay in the vein he's developed over the past two decades — a radically fragmented flash-fry of sounds, texts, images and gags, and this time, all in 3D.
(14) Even Liam Fox admits crashing out of the single market without new arrangements would be “bad” for Britain, itself a magisterial understatement.
(15) Then came a volume on Jesus (in the Past Masters series in 1978), as well as acclaimed and magisterial biographies: WH Auden (1981), winner of the EM Forster Award of the American Academy of Arts and Letters in 1984: a ground-breaking life of Ezra Pound (A Serious Character: The Life Of Ezra Pound, which won the Duff Cooper Memorial Prize in 1988); Benjamin Britten (1992); and more controversial studies of Robert Runcie (which made use of what turned out to be indiscreet tapes) and the television playwright Denis Potter (which alleged that Potter availed himself of the services of prostitutes).
(16) It looks very likely, with magazine publishers – in the wake of Private Eye , the Spectator , the New Statesman and, for heaven's sake, a thunderously magisterial Economist – following suit.
(17) Sampling of both inpatient trauma cases and those seen in casualty departments took place in 6 state and 5 private hospitals located within or nearby the Johannesburg magisterial district.
(18) This is a pity, not just because the whole idea of democracy implies an informed electorate (which in this area is something we don't have) but also because there is plenty of drama and interest in the world of money – as Kynaston's magisterial history amply demonstrates.
(19) His book, The Compleat Conductor, is a magisterial examination of the mistakes that conductors from Toscanini to Rattle have made.
(20) As Peter Ackroyd writes in his magisterial London: The Biography : “If London were a living thing, we would say all of its optimism and confidence have returned.