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- adv. in an alternative way
- adv. Used to link a pair of possibilities
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In the manner of alternatives, or that admits the choice of one out of two things.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an alternative manner; in a manner that admits the choice or possibility of one out of two things.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in place of, or as an alternative to
This is just one of a slew of Paul Naschy movies put out by BCI/Eclipse and all are equally noteworthy but I think this title alternatively known as THE CRAVING is a stand-out due to its relative rarity and good production values.
Again, everyone, including libertarians, must ultimately agree that if something inflicts a serious enough harm (consequentially) or alternatively is wrong enough (deontologically), it must be forbidden.
Or, alternatively, is your current position, stated above, simply a fall back position that you have adopted once Mr. Steyn was able to substantiate the quote?
The announcements placed in German alternatively with English over the booking office, left-luggage office, refreshment buffets, and so forth, the crowned eagle and monogram displayed on the post boxes, caught his eye in quick succession.
And I just want to make sure to revisit the point that the December quarter or the fall term alternatively, that's you're seasonally strong quarter with respect to new starts.
He spread mayhem as he went, as commanded by his (and, today, billions of others) inspiration, a figure now called alternatively Yahweh, Allah, and/or God, depending upon one's myth.
Lots of people do it - it's just that it's often labelled alternatively.
He spread mayhem as he went, as commanded by his (and, today, billions of others) inspiration, a figure now called alternatively Yahweh, Allah, and / or God, depending upon one's myth.
That should be written: "[The] results of this study was published…"; alternatively, "These [study results were] published…"
He who in a shop says to the salesman, "The coat must cover my knees," alternatively, "The coat ought to cover my knees," speaks of a need or requirement and of something less.
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