And that is precisely what Loyau-Kennett, at least outwardly, would not grant them.
The latter misfortune escalated into tragedy after a 21-year-old landed on a rock in precisely the right way to snap her neck.
In short, he did precisely what his boss failed to do against Romney.
Indeed, it's precisely her unwavering ideological commitment that endears her to them.
He will spend a fair amount of time in prison for that decision, and—as far as I can tell—that is precisely his point.
precisely because that was what we did on the morning of our own arrival.
"precisely that," answered the man, laughing at my perplexity.
As it seemed uneasy after the exercise I repeated the experiment, with precisely similar results.
You did precisely what they told you to do, no more, no less.
Vegetation is precisely the same; no Joussa or other fodder for camels than Artemisia and spinous Compositæ.
mid-15c., from Middle French précis "condensed, cut short" (14c.) and directly from Medieval Latin precisus, from Latin praecisus "abrupt, abridged, cut off," past participle of praecidere "to cut off, shorten," from prae "before" (see pre-) + caedere "to cut" (see -cide; for Latin vowel change, see acquisition). Related: Precisely (late 14c.).