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- adv. In an articular manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In an articular or an articulate manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an articular manner.
- Articulately; article by article; in detail.
Franklin is dry and pedantic like most of the writers online WInkleman is articularly dry, rambling and verbose and bad art magazines like artpaer or artforum, artnews, artinamerica and so on.
The new school formed from these two movements advanced and gained force, articularly in the great days of
In setting up this conception of the working classes as the dominant concept of the State, therefore, we do nothing more than articularly formulate what has all along, but obscurely, been the organic nature of the State, and bring it into the foreground as the consciously avowed end of society.
Mr Durrill underwent a procedure in which a small amount of fat tissue was extracted by liposuction, stem cells where purified, and subsequently injected intravenously and intra-articularly.
Discovering oneself as the source as Alex Grey so articularly puts it.
These efforts also help to keep up the company's compet articularly against the steady global ramp of its arch-rival
The meeting felt such a move would sway the young voters whose ballot may be decisive in deciding who wins, articularly when ranged against the party is the Bhartiya Janata Party led by octogenarian L K Advani
It certainly seems hard to argue with lead counsel's conclusion that it was "a very, very good result for the class ... [p] articularly given the procedural posture of the case."
Intra-articularly - drug injected directly into a joint
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