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- adv. In an aggressive manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an aggressive or offensive manner.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an aggressive manner
As an analyst for 20 years, I don't know that I've seen the term aggressively explore strategic alternatives in a press release.
I can only hope that the legislature rectifies this problem by instituting greater fines and gives the CDOW more leeway in aggressively pursuing these reckless and idiotic individuals.
The Tax Payers 'Alliance, right-of-centre thinktanks and the conservative media have weighed in aggressively on his side.
Although five of the six major book publishers have conve rted to an "agency" pricing model, setting their own retail prices, Bertelsmann AG's Random House publishing group and many smaller publishers still employ the traditional wholesale model meaning Borders could choose to discount some titles aggressively from these publishers in a bid to drive traffic to its website.
Instead, he goes after specific bucks aggressively from a brand-new perch every day.
Henin aggressively closed out the victory two points later, belting a forehand into the corner and charging forward to finish off the tournament with a volley.
The reason we don't enforce these laws more aggressively is because it would shine a spotlight on how absurd the laws actually are, and the politicians who are too chicken to do the right thing would have to actually do something.
The investigators, in Italian, aggressively began to tell her she's never getting out of here unless she tells the truth and that they were sure that Lumumba was involved, and if she didn't come clean she was going to be in a lot of trouble.
People begin aggressively yelling at the bus driver.
But escalating the anger and behaving aggressively is not.
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