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Literary usage of Percipiently
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Power, Competition, and the State by Keith Middlemas (1986)
"Sir Robert Topping warned, percipiently, of electoral disaster if the party did not choose new, younger candidates, untainted by association with the grey ..."
2. The History of Ancient Philosophy by Heinrich Ritter, Alexander James William Morrison (1846)
"In this limitation of the term it is also said, We could not live if we were not percipiently or sensibly moved by the whole; but the soul furnishes to the ..."
3. The Doctrine of Energy: A Theory of Reality by B. L. L (1898)
"... the energetic system in which I am involved, and with one particular centre in which I am organically and so actively and percipiently related. ..."