They're free now, in a manner of speaking, and the Dalai Lama lives only a stone's throw away.
Mandegary declared Western women are sexually promiscuous in a manner not even found in the natural world.
But the manner in which the two technology mavens administered their coup de grâce only two months later has left a bitter taste.
Once again, I had, in a manner of speaking, mistaken Myron for Myra.
Sitting and writing about it was helpful because it was a manner of therapy.
One can show his sense of the magnitude of his crime even by the manner of defending it.
There was an easiness of manner about them that charmed him.
The manner of a painter is in nothing so distinguished as in his touch.
As it grew late, I began to fancy all manner of accidents that might befall you.
In this manner it happened that everything in London was very quiet.
c.1200, "kind, sort, variety," from Anglo-French manere, Old French maniere "fashion, method, manner, way; appearance, bearing; custom" (12c., Modern French manière), from Vulgar Latin *manaria (source of Spanish manera, Portuguese maneira, Italian maniera), from fem. of Latin manuarius "belonging to the hand," from manus "hand" (see manual (adj.)). The French word was borrowed by other Germanic languages, e.g. Dutch manier, German manier, Swedish maner.
Meaning "customary practice" is from c.1300. Senses of "way of doing something; a personal habit or way of doing; way of conducting oneself toward others" are from c.1300. Meaning "specific nature, form, way something happens" is mid-14c. Of literature from 1660s. Most figurative meanings derive from the original sense "method of handling" which was extended when the word was used to translate Latin modus "method." Phrase manner of speaking is recorded from 1530s. To the manner born ("Hamlet" I iv.15) generally is used incorrectly and means "destined by birth to be subject to the custom."