from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. Formed as the antonym of inadvertently, intentionally, on purpose, purposely
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an advertent manner; with direct attention or intention.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a careful deliberate manner
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What's more, some parents, advertently or not, supply their kids with booze: the American Medical Association reports that 25 percent of all teenagers, and 33 percent of teenage girls get alcohol from their parents, while 40 percent of teens say they get their booze from friends' parents.
And they could have taken proactive steps to protect user data, to product the user ID from being inadvertently or advertently leaked.
Some of the Rangers shot civilians, some of them inadvertently and some of them advertently.
They are advertently pushing for a firestorm, as it is a quick and localized geographical event.
I think you draw the line by trying to avoid conscious harm, intentional killing, and by doing what you can to lessen the harm you do (advertently or inadvertently).
The other thing, intelligence gathering, whether or not these agencies were speaking with one another, whether or not they were sharing information, or if it just didn't happen inadvertently or advertently.
So I noted that, to his credit, Cheney — advertently or inadvertently — did articulate one of the (usually unspoken) key reasons “why they hate us.”
"However, we note that the program is housed within a DoD intelligence asset, that it has reportedly been briefed as such an asset, and that a variety of circumstances of the work of Human Terrain Teams (HTTs) 'on the ground' in Iraq and Afghanistan create a significant likelihood that HTS data will in some way be used as part of military intelligence, advertently or inadvertently."
It's a different thing to either advertently or inadvertently inveigle yourself into the American political process if you are a member of the
And thus, inadvertently or advertently, Palestrina is credited with rescuing this great tradition of composed Catholic church music.