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- adjective Characteristic of a
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As part of a plan by the new Democratic majority to create the impression of frenzied hard work, the House has also boosted its workweek from a bankerly three days to five, and the Senate has trimmed its other spring break — two weeks in April — by half.
The new approach has already won praise on the Hill-which, still in Republican hands, appreciates a bankerly approach.
In fact, the mosque is a building strongly evocative of its own time, with its sober, bankerly facade of tawny pink granite.
There was no giant watch, no pocket square, nothing of the bankerly peacock.
"White House Trouble Spots" complained about the rightward tilt of the President's Economic Policy Group -- a body so bankerly that one Jordan operative privately renamed it the Business Policy Group.
Nothing better to go with that than French Lover I point blank refuse to call it Bois d'Orage: it has the solid, bankerly feel of a rock-ribbed Republican but with a poet’s heart.