One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘‘I am not particularly old,’ she said measuredly, trying to regain her composure so that she didn't make things worse for herself.’
- ‘Then in another bulletin, the President is aired where he slowly and measuredly states that land reform will take place within the legal framework.’
- ‘With all due respect to the biographical enterprise, isn't this an instance where the subject has spoken so measuredly and finally that there is really little more to say?’
- ‘‘This,’ Raven said, slowly and measuredly, ‘is for my father.’’
- ‘There will be six forums so the public's voice can be heard, but in the end, how do you rebuild tastefully, respectfully, measuredly?’
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