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- adverb In an
anachronisticmanner; in the manner of an anachronism.
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- adverb in an anachronistic manner
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Here are some rapid fire observations from this portion: Pichon-Lalande has a higher proportion of merlot in the final blend; coincidentally, it slightly rounder than its cabernet dominant neighbor, which may be why some who use anachronistically ascribe gender to wine attributes consider it the more “feminine” of the duo.
From the 1980s onwards, women get to do everything, and all those historical novels are determined to have their female heroines saving the world, it seems, however anachronistically, in order to redress the balance!
Anderson Cooper is bland and anachronistically contemporary-sounding as the Voice of the Narrator.
Mr. Cartwright takes a few satirical jabs at the more anachronistically baronial elements of the old bank, and Sir Harry's "Citizen Kane"-like infatuation with a young actress comes in for some ribbing.
The screenwriters, Michele and Kieran Mulroney, have drawn on Conan Doyle's novel The Valley of Fear for Moriarty's character and background, and on the story "The Final Problem" for the film's climactic encounter between Moriarty and Holmes at an anachronistically named "summit conference" beside the Reichenbach Falls.
Ai Ling is a wonderful character - not anachronistically wonder-gal, but brave and determined, and her particular spiritual powers are a delight.
Ironically, Booton resolves his confusion, anachronistically nevertheless, in a prior post.
Unestablished intellectual ventures caught Mr. Dutton's eye because his criteria were almost anachronistically elemental: An article or review must be lucid, opinionated and conspicuous for the quality of its argument, the felicity of its prose and the individuality of its thought.
The national media, which anachronistically still means East Coast-based, at least to the East Coast-based version of it -- and which fails to grasp that the Internet has created a post-geographic world even as the old national media retreats from international coverage and analysis -- had seemed to be holding on to higher volume and quality.
Eakins himself propels a scull at midstream, while three figures dressed, anachronistically, as Quakers row a distant red boat.
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