Quotes with ordinarily
Freedom of speech and of the press are essential to the enlightenment of a free people and in restraining those who wield power. Particularly should this freedom be employed in comment upon the work of the courts, who are without many influences ordinarily making for humour and humility, twin antidotes to the corrosion of power.
Bridges v. California (1941)
Since the wage is the means ordinarily employed to awaken in workers the three instincts of self-preservation, of social distinction and of hoarding, it is not strange that an industrial age should regard it as the chief means of increasing efficiency.
Increasing Human Efficiency in Business - A contribution to the psychology of business (1911)