(1) Everything was changing its aspect: her husband's conduct, her own duteous feeling towards him, every struggle between them - and yet more, her whole relation to him.(2) It is true that the majority physicians are duteous to their patients.(3) Whenever Buckingham doth turn his hate Upon your grace [to the queen], but with all duteous love Doth cherish you and yours, God punish me With hate in those where I expect most love!(4) She is ever duteous when addressing them, but betrays her true character to the audience.(5) He has a character for his piousness, duteousness , and opposability and receives many clients I trust.(6) To that extent, the duteousness and passivity implied by the Protestant work ethic are truly dead.(7) Secondly, the sex scenes are mostly implied, which is a welcome break for everyone tired of sitting duteously in darkened theatres through in-your-face sex to the last gasp, waiting for the time when films once again celebrate subtleties and the gift of imagination.(8) Is love the ultimate essential factor in a marriage, or is it the duteousness and fidelity?(9) This approach, in which Mainland China makes the judgment and Hong Kong duteously follows, highlights the most dangerous aspect of the proposed law.(10) Surveillance is, plenty simply, the reaction of vigil people, objects or processes for duteousness to exact expected norms.(11) Sonnet 10 serves four functions: ├ö├ç├┐a tribute to an uncorrupted public official, a tribute to friendship with a woman,├ö├ç┬¬ an endorsement of civil duteousness in the person of Isocrates,├ö├ç├û and an attack on a corrupt public official.(12) He emptied the compartments duteously , packed the unsold goods in large canvas sacks, tidying them away behind the two bottom doors of his cart.(13) Patches of skin and blood were found on various living room walls and the cops had duteously sent several wallpaper swatches to the crime lab, skin and blood intact.(14) And yet we are wont to date our birth, as that of the babes we christen, from the body's advent, so duteously inscribed in our family registers, as if time and space could chronicle the periods of the immortal mind, and mark its longevity by our chronometers.