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The motion at any subsequent instant is proximately caused by the motion which took place at the instant preceding.
Proximately to complete our investigations—already far advanced—into the origin of the Universe.
THE CRACK OF DOOMROBERT CROMIE
And is not this change proximately ascribable to this habitual self-dependence?
In none of these cases can we be even proximately certain of the length of the animal.
It may be illustrated, however, in various ways, so as to obtain a conclusion proximately accurate.
It was proximately Austrian recklessness and indirectly, but just as strongly, German ambition.
BEFORE THE WARVISCOUNT RICHARD BURTON HALDANE
The same remark is proximately true of the literary life of the First Empire.
The value of the new plan rests proximately in the belief of the banker, manifested by his granting of credit.
THE VALUE OF MONEYBENJAMIN M. ANDERSON, JR.
Portuguese and Spanish literature and drama alike derive proximately from the Italian Renaissance.
In the other, they are discordant, and are forced to reach their proximately proper adjustment through antagonism and struggle.

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