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- adv. In a remarkable manner.
- adv. To a noteworthy extent.
- adv. Used to draw special attention to a proposition.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a remarkable manner; in a manner or degree worthy of notice; in an extraordinary manner or degree; singularly; surprisingly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. to a remarkable degree or extent
- adv. in a signal manner
Goldsmith's "loveliest village of the Plain;" nor, keeping the old town in view, is the title remarkably applicable today.
Imagining how each second, minute and day passed by for 27 years and yet being loving to those that made those same moments miserable is what I call remarkably remarkable.
LIMA, Peru-Police moved Joran van der Sloot to a cell at the prosecutor's office on Thursday as officials prepared to file charges following what they called a remarkably complete confession in the beating and strangling death of a 21-year-old woman.
The IGP noted that there were no bank robberies during the yuletide, no kidnappings and practically no armed robberies, attributing the development to a new intelligence gathering system which he described as remarkably effective and efficient.
The dollar was only modestly changed against the euro as the announcement of bond purchases came in remarkably close to investor expectations, showing that the move had been well telegraphed to investors.
"It is in remarkably good condition," says Grand Ole Opry Group president Steve Buchanan.
Jes Rust, a paleontologist at Bonn University, said the creatures, including ancient bees, spiders, termites, gnats, ants and flies, were in remarkably good condition considering their age.
His party is not split into warring factions and, considering it has just suffered its second biggest trouncing since 1945, in remarkably good spirits.
The law already does so, in remarkably clear terms, and none of them exclude waterboarding.
The law already does so, in remarkably clear terms, and none of them exclude waterboarding
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