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- adv. In a capable manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a capable manner.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with competence; in a competent capable manner
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I do have an advantage of platforms like Big Shiny Robot! and Huffington Post, but even then, as long as you have an email account, a twitter, and a facebook, you can spread the word capably.
Replacements Greg Tomczyk and Josh Byrom, however, filled in capably as Louisville's dominant line play helped offset 313 yards and three touchdowns by Kansas State quarterback Josh Freeman.
Neifi Perez, Cubs: The switch-hitting Perez filled in capably this season in the absence of injured Nomar Garciaparra.
Fasani completed 7-of-11 for 141 yards, while Lewis filled in capably, connecting on 12-of-26 for 189 yards and two scores.
But the backcourt of Davis and Wesley led the way and Eddie Robinson filled in capably for Mashburn, scoring 12 points and grabbing eight rebounds.
6-8 Rose played point guard and filled in capably for Travis
Shanahan said he will evaluate Williams only on how he works out, not on whether Heyer has filled in capably.
Lithe and animated, Gambino flies through more than an hour of word-perfect flows, climbing on the lighting desk, freestyling capably, going walkabout in the audience, and rapping so fiercely into one girl's camera you fear for the spittle in its circuits.
In many areas of study, such as in English literature and writing, in general, students know less and write far less capably than did their predecessors.
Ironically, the MacBook Air, which came out in 2008 and now starts at $999, uses the same Intel processors Ultrabooks do, and can, if its owner wishes, run Windows capably along with the Mac operating system.