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- adv. In a bureaucratic manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a bureaucratic manner; as a bureaucrat.
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- adv. with respect to bureaucracy
- adv. in a bureaucratic manner
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Page 38just kind of bureaucratically and administratively, you know, our policies and procedures, the state office may — or is likely to share with a new program, because they've got it, because they haven't developed them yet.
So as the cleaning-out of the stables goes forward, who do the intelligence guys want up there on the hot seat before Congress: Friendly, politically and bureaucratically experienced and well-liked Leon Panetta?
All my immigrant ancestors came to America during a time when immigration was bureaucratically simple.
But it's in the wrong place, seismically and bureaucratically.
With an almost Dickensian exuberance they revealed beneath the well-ordered surfaces of Stockholm a seamy and fear-haunted network of criminals, exploiters and victims — not to mention the harried and at times bureaucratically stymied police force.
The NHS is often cited as symptomatic of this, a bureaucratically monstrous organisation awash with paper files of patient notes and fiercely resistant to being dragged into the 21st century.
We've been moving in this direction, bureaucratically with more government control, but politics is, from now on out, from here on out, if it's not repealed, politics is going to determine who gets what kind of care and how much.
The Macondo well was drilled in 5,067 feet of water, putting it in what is known, bureaucratically, as "ultra-deep water" -- anything deeper than 5,000 feet.
Among the hundreds of thousands of small nonprofits put at risk were many effective but bureaucratically naive outfits like the Fraternal Order of the Eagles and the Boys and Girls Clubs.
Second, existing jobs are recategorized from brown to green if employers meet some bureaucratically dictated definitional shift to "greenness," and those jobs are misleadingly tallied as "new jobs created."