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Definition of Expectably
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Literary usage of Expectably
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1. Report of the Congressional Committees Investigating the Iran/Contra Affair by Lee H. Hamilton, Daniel K. Inouye (1995)
"... of the SSCI staff completed a streamlined, simplified National Intelligence Act of 1980. Labeled "Draft C" (expectably following drafts "A" and "B"), ..."
2. The Journal of Geology by University of Chicago Department of Geology and Paleontology (1905)
"The valleys thus eroded cannot expectably exhibit any great degree of adjustment to the structures, because the stream courses will result from the ..."
3. Bulletin by Harvard University Museum of Comparative Zoology (1905)
"The back base line would expectably be much more sinuous than the front base line, for at the back of the range the gravels and sands of the intermont ..."
4. Geographical Essays by William Morris Davis (1909)
"The back base-line would expectably be much more sinuous than the front base-line, for at the back of the range the gravels and sands of the intermont ..."
5. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Surrogates' Courts of the by New York (State). Surrogate's Court (New York County), Charles Hood Mills (1919)
"It is suggested that the testator expectably would desire to benefit equally all of his grandsons. But he showed his intention to benefit them per stirpes, ..."
6. A Handbook of Northern France by William Morris Davis (1918)
"... and where it therefore might expectably show the vigorous habit of an “ overfit “river, more competent than ever to flow vigorously around its valley ..."
7. Explorations in Turkestan: With an Account of the Basin of Eastern Persia by Raphael Pumpelly, William Morris Davis, Ellsworth Huntington (1905)
"... in Old Merv, looking north. adjustment, and that a change of climate or a change in the altitude of their headwaters should expectably produce a change ..."
8. Explorations in Turkestan: With an Account of the Basin of Eastern Persia by Raphael Pumpelly, William Morris Davis, Ellsworth Huntington (1905)
"... where great disturbances have taken place in not remote geological periods, and where minor movements might expectably be continued into recent time. ..."