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- adv. In a tangible manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a tangible manner; so as to be perceptible to the touch.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a tangible manner
What I should have said is that, "tangibly, which is to say in physical attributes or 'accidents', the bread and wine remain."
Physically, which is to say tangibly, it's still bread and wine.
When we say life is what we make it, are we referring to what we tangibly construct in the outer world, or do we mean that life is what we make of it, that is, how we interpret it, what we imagine it to be?
The ECB's latest monetary-policy measures, announced last week, are "important" and should be felt "tangibly" in the financial sector and the real economy, Mr. Draghi said.
Something I'll wear every day, something that tangibly represents them, something precious, and something that I will pass down.
But its overnight sensationalism is highly representative of the cultural climate and this most tangibly connected but emotionally disconnected demographic.
The conditional transfer intends to adjust this cost-benefit analysis for poor households by bringing the benefits of vaccination more tangibly and immediately into view and by reducing the cost associated with obtaining the vaccine.
Winning the grand prize would allow The Sparkle Effect to generate and tangibly support at least 150 more inclusive squads nationwide!
Progressive governments elsewhere are not just aggressively scouting but are tangibly tying up resources known to be available globally.
Such as the ability to be tangibly better than his opponents.
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