This is happening by sheer dint of circumstance today.
This is achieved by dint of a small light sensitive unit at the side of the print-head.
She was a healthy, vigorous woman, and, by dint of great pains, succeeded in retaining her beauty late into life.
As member of the Committee of Public Safety, he devoted himself particularly to the question of food-supplies, and it was only by dint of dogged perseverance and great administrative talent that he was successful in coping with this difficult problem.
She conceived herself to be specially favoured by Christ, who appeared to her in the most extravagant forms. At last, by dint of fasting and lacerating her flesh, she succeeded in reducing herself to such a state of ecstatic suffering that she believed herself to be undergoing in her own person the Passion of the Lord.