The detainee has notice of the grounds for his detention and an opportunity to be heard at a ‘meaningful time and in a meaningful manner .’
Bollinger was ‘working’ in these pictures, but not in the manner of the other artists Fiore depicted.
They are inseparable; taboo love blossoms in the manner of Heavenly Creatures, yet all the while trouble is brewing and Considine is brooding.
Some writers put an adverb of manner at the beginning of the sentence to catch our attention and make us curious.
a shy and diffident manner
The title is fashionably silly, in the manner of Flaubert's Parrot, while the subtitle suggests a thesis imperfectly converted into a book.
The Theatre Royal is to introduce another avenue for new writing in the Up Front showcases that will precede four mainhouse shows in the manner of film shorts in bygone cinema days.
A number of the works on exhibit are drawings or collages done on paper in bright colored inks or pastels, which are framed in the conventional manner .
his arrogance and pompous manner
an adverb of manner