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- adv. In a catastrophic manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a catastrophic manner; with the suddenness and the disastrous effect of a catastrophe.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with unfortunate consequences
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Where Mr. Bush has failed, perhaps catastrophically, is that he fails to realize that the United States is also in a propaganda war where images substitute for reality.
Where Mr. Bush has failed, perhaps catastrophically, is that he fails to realize that the United States is also in a propaganda war where images substitute for reality ....
In Aviva and Pastore, a FSCO director delegate ruled there is no inconsistency in defining an auto injury victim as "catastrophically impaired," even though she suffered only a single Class 4 impairment, and her physical and psychological injuries fell well below the 55% threshold for a person to be classified as catastrophically impaired under s.
But just to backtrack a little bit, in the midst of this countdown it was determined by -- at the launch control center by the engineers trained on those gauges, dials and panels that one of the engine cutoff sensors at the base of that orange external tank, which is designed to allow the main engines of the space shuttle to shut off not catastrophically -- in other words, not suddenly, because that's not something you don't want to do.
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"catastrophically" under-equipping the armed forces, which was evident from the deaths of 15
BP officials hope their “top kill” works, choking off a catastrophically leaky oil well with an injection of heavy mud.
Our most important task is to understand why a cased and cemented wellbore suddenly and catastrophically failed.
A top American executive for BP, Lamar McKay, said a critical safety device known as a blowout-preventer failed catastrophically.