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- adv. in a random way
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a random manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a random manner; at random, or without aim, purpose, or guidance.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a random manner
The only reason an artist would have a standards based, accessible site is if the label randomly chooses a decent agency but 95% of the time they will go for Flash, they just can't see past it.
It has some very basic tasks like fetching the roster, sending presence, idling, joining MUC-Rooms and writing messages which it calls randomly in each thread iteration.
Sadly many GN-XIIIs and one Ahead were lost to Sumeragi's hax (or what they call randomly firing off their superior weapons, and calling it tactics) and that infernal TRANS-AM BS.
In a second test, 71 volunteers were again randomly assigned to either watch other people exert self-control by choosing to eat a carrot rather than a cookie when presented with both options, or fail to exert self-control by eating a cookie rather than a carrot.
In English, this says the probability that if you picked someone randomly from those who speak out against immigration would be racist is higher than the probability that someone would be racist if chosen randomly from the entire population.
I picked this book randomly from the library, with some expectations regarding the subject, and I was very pleasantly surprised.
Yup just an email, nothing special and the winner will be chosen randomly from the email addresses sent in.
He played a creepy dude who called women he selected randomly from the phone book and pleasured himself during the conversations.
Those that come randomly from a "flash of genius" I don't think are altogether great in the first place, and aren't nearly as brilliant as people like to think.
The study involved 679 internists and rheumatologists chosen randomly from a national list of such doctors.
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