initially

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They decided that, initially at least, sulfa-tetradine was a miraculous success.

The life of reason is initially unconscious because it can learn only by living to seek a reason for life.

It is, initially, a thing of the outward as type is a thing of the inward world.

Initially, then, every judgment is a truth-claim, and this claim is merely formal.

One of these assumptions is that the concrete is initially unstressed.

Is it the first communication of any kind, at least directly from or initially by him, that you had from him?

This has entailed a significant worsening of the initially very meager supply of livestock products.

Many of the described kinds of the genus Zapus were initially named as distinct species (see Preble, 1899).

It is acknowledged that the degree of decomposition must be initially greater than in the ordinary incidence of “bubbles.”

What might initially appear to the outsider as a pleasing novelty was hard and demanding work.

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