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Hypothetically considered, the situation was not extraneously alarming.
But, hypothetically, if it were to happen, what would the reaction be?
Such a moment should at least hypothetically be granted to exist.
Hypothetically, that death was due to natural causes—hypothetically!
The explication of inflection, mechanically and hypothetically: what Bodies have such an inflection.
If we propose to ourselves any end whatever, the conditions of its attainment are hypothetically necessary.
It is from the human standpoint regulative and only hypothetically or formally constitutive.
Such being Mr. Spencer's theory, I applied it hypothetically to the above facts in the words which I may here quote.
Some of us at least have made a recreation of his necessity, and still go hunting wild or hypothetically wild animals for food.
He adds, hypothetically, that perhaps the letters received at Dieppe “did somewhat discourage me.”