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- adv. In a neglectful manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a neglectful manner; with neglect; with inattention; with carelessness or negligence.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a neglectful manner
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Into the 1960 presidential election, Kissinger was among the adamant critics proclaiming that Eisenhower had neglectfully allowed a “missile gap” to develop with Moscow.
The questions at issue in the administrative hearing are whether an adult teacher in the course of his classroom behavior (a) willfully or neglectfully injured a child, (b) was insubordinate toward the administration, (c) violated the guidelnes for his behavior in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and/or (d) violated the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment in his display of religious items and posters, including multiple instances of the Ten Commandments, in his classroom.
Second, how does a poll that may actually reflect (given a reasonable MoE; Rasmussen neglectfully didn't report it) the same exact sentiments as six months ago make front page news.
It matters little if parents are heavily or neglectfully involved in their kids' lives.
Churches neglectfully leave their children to be babysat at Sunday school, instead of allowing them to learn about God alongside the adults, then taking them into the bathroom and beating them for acting up during the prayer.
Stein neglectfully forgot to mention, however, that the looters include the Clintons, who, though pikers next to Blankfein or Schwarzman, have done pretty well compared to you and me.
Years ago, a local bookstore used to neglectfully stack volumes at the top of its entrance ramp, Mr. Wang says.
Three barber licenses, issued by the State of California, hung neglectfully either on the mirror or on the wall to its right and left, making it legal for all three barbers to cut some mean hair-styles this crowd craved.
But when the powers that either deliberately repress or neglectfully ignore all other methods, then this is the result.
Also, this study could just as well imply, for example, that the types of people who would treat children badly/neglectfully are genetically more likely to have ugly children.
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