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- adv. In the manner of an editorial.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In the manner or character of an editor or of an editorial article.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- As, by, in the style of, or with the authority of an editor.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. by means of an editorial
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You realize now that your frivolous risk aversion means you can never again editorially ask anyone else to lay down a personal sacrafice in the fight against tyranny more significant than your own pure hedged political posturing.
While I think of it, I wish you would tell Atwill that I like the idea of saying a word editorially for these old citizens as they leave us.
The influential Jerusalem Post today called editorially for a separation of religion and government in Israel.
The bad news is that you don't have the last administration to use as an excuse -- I use this phrase editorially, not "you" particularly -- the last administration as an excuse for non-action.
It was never an editorial decision, though the NDP gets a fair shake editorially, which is also unique among mainstream media.
Bargain with the Devil (Chase delivers another gripping tale of action and suspense in this new novel – a fast-aced and entertaining thriller with a political edge that is editorially connected to his previous novel, Darkness Under Heaven.)
This reminds me of something I would have changed, editorially: the inclusion of the piece, oh I think it was called “But not this way” or “Not like this” or something.
Seconded Howard – this has the smell of either home office driven, or editorially driven with the goal of cosying up to the home office. on June 18, 2009 at 12: 14 pm Roy in Nipomo
The trouble is that Nightwing Year One (Which ran from NW 101 to 106) continued Dixons editorially mandated ignoring of Dick's Titans connections which ran through his entire work with the character.
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