I also consider the statutory factors as well as all the facts and circumstances in the case.
These are powerful, polemical words with which it is very hard, in our present circumstances, to disagree.
How could I forget his dictate to always be proud to be a Jew, even in circumstances when it might not seem to ones advantage?
Hamed filed a complaint with the police, but they closed case saying "the circumstances do not warrant an investigation or trial."
Nothing he suggests can be built on under present circumstances.
This occupation, under the circumstances, supplied every kind of diversion.
It is a happy thing that she is philosophical in her circumstances, poor thing!
Supposing under these circumstances I refuse to live with you?
Under other circumstances, he would have said that the Spaniard deserved to win.
There are examples of noble self-denial under these circumstances.
"condition of life, material welfare" (usually with a qualifying adjective), 1704, from circumstance.
early 13c., "conditions surrounding and accompanying an event," from Old French circonstance "circumstance, situation," also literally, "outskirts" (13c., Modern French circonstance), from Latin circumstantia "surrounding condition," neuter plural of circumstans (genitive circumstantis), present participle of circumstare "stand around, surround, encompass, occupy, take possession of" from circum "around" (see circum-) + stare "to stand" from PIE root *sta- "to stand" (see stet). The Latin word is a loan-translation of Greek peristasis.
Meaning "a person's surroundings, environment" is from mid-14c. Meaning "a detail" is from c.1300; sense of "that which is non-essential" is from 1590s. Obsolete sense of "formality about an important event" (late 14c.) lingers in Shakespeare's phrase pomp and circumstance ("Othello" III, iii).