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  • The explanation was the same: a dangerous error had been made, beyond the purview of Dragonfly.†   (source)
  • Things were going to be a little easier, considered the CIA man, grateful because his assignment was beyond the purview of the Agency.†   (source)
  • The incident in Stallarholmen was connected with the discoveries at Nykvarn, and was actually the purview of the Strängnäs police district in Södermanland county.†   (source)
  • With Dimitri's authority I've made arrangements for your visit to Novgorod-please don't tell me your objective; it's not in my purview any more than the question you asked is in yours.†   (source)
  • Yet, with her prescience, she was aware of dooms and sorrows outside her lover's purview.†   (source)
  • One, two; one, two; the heart beats in serenity, in confidence, in some trance of well-being, in some rapture of benignity; and look—the outermost parts of the earth—pale shadows on the utmost horizon, India for instance, rise into our purview.†   (source)
  • At that Mr. Heelas fled precipitately upstairs, and the rest of the chase is beyond his purview.†   (source)
  • This tale from very early in the Troy-story lies outside Homer's purview, but he appears to have remodeled it in the first book when Akhilleus is begging his mother to intervene with Zeus on his behalf: the hero reminds Thetis that she has a claim on Zeus, rehearsing a story of how she had once saved him from a revolt among the gods by enlisting the support of Briareus, "more powerful than the sea-god, his father.†   (source)
  • Will it be said that the FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES of the Confederation were not within the purview of the convention, and ought not to have been varied?†   (source)
  • In determining the extent of information required in the exercise of a particular authority, recourse then must be had to the objects within the purview of that authority.†   (source)
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