- theoretical + -ly (Wiktionary)
“It theoretically protects property rights of even the lowliest hire, but the key term is _theoretically_.”
“Her new title theoretically gives her full access to the Oval Office (it's the same official "rank" as Rahm Emanuel has), and Obama will -- finally!”
“Her new title theoretically gives her full access to the Oval Office it's the same official "rank" as Rahm Emanuel has, and Obama will -- finally!”
“He added that there was no real strategic voting, which he called "theoretically appealing" but in practice the empirical evidence suggested it didn't make any difference to the outcome.”
“Those wines generally fell into the category vino da tavola - table wine - a term theoretically reserved for wines that fell below the Tuscan standards.”
“Individuals remain theoretically important, but their liberty interests are forfeited.”
“That may be challenging to explain theoretically, but it is silly to suggest the idea that minimum wage laws sometimes do not raise unemployment is clearly wrong in light of the empirical evidence.”
“I love it that as much as people announce that The End Of The Book Is Nigh, nevertheless the book as a medium and a form and an idea seems to be strengthened (via litbogging, here) by the very medium (electronic) that theoretically is endangering it!”
“For that he has been smeared by past and present employees of OLAF, whose job, theoretically, is to deal with the waste and fraud in the Commission and related bodies.”
“The reason why I'm using the word theoretically, is that this has not been tried in humans, it's been tried in animals with some success.”
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