Where he has been most outspoken, however, is in the realm of foreign policy.
In the realm of the basketball court, James has been superb.
This is all in a realm of reasonable civic debate—but not to conspiracy theorists, paranoid hyperpartisans and hatriots.
That is, a just society collects taxes to meet its duties to every person in its realm—which are also its duties to God.
Kundera sees fiction as a realm of many partial truths, its only certainty “the wisdom of uncertainty.”
In its own realm it is accustomed to play rather than to work.
The origins of language, as much as the origins of writing, lie in the realm of the natural.
“The punishment due to my crime is not to be found mentioned in the laws of the realm,” he said.
But there are many more that originate in the realm of humanity.
The wide sea of commerce was stagnant; upon the realm of Industry settled down a sullen lethargy.
late 13c., "kingdom," from Old French reaume, probably from roiaume "kingdom," altered (by influence of Latin regalis "regal") from Gallo-Romance *regiminem, accusative form of Latin regimen "system of government, rule" (see regimen). Transferred sense "sphere of activity" is from late 14c.