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- adv. In a diverse manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In different ways; differently; variously.
- adv. In different directions; to different points.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In diverse or different ways or directions; differently; variously. Also formerly diversly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in diverse ways
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Here, just outside the circle of deep shade cast by an exuberantly leaved maple, she stood for a moment, her hands full of grapes, her eyes wandering about the green, well-kept double acres called diversely in the family
And after some people this feast is named diversely, that is to say, decollation, collection, invention, and dedication.
Collectively together all of them offer diverse diversity that is diversely different.
My week has coincidentally ended up being about contemplating books with diversely amazing art.
I agree with Benjamin that the solution is to read diversely.
Also could you quantify the losses over time that arise from Free Ttrade between any two diversely capitilised countries, I mean could you point me to some study that shows that such losses arise?
Gotham Arts Exchange kicks off the summer with the 2-week Gotham Dance Festival, a diversely layered program that showcases both emerging and nationally renowned choreographers.
And last of the trilogy is the multi-episodic, diversely filmed Desassossego Neverquiet "based on a letter written by Felipe Bragança and the character Luiza after some lost letters of a real Brazilian teenager in the 90s."
And last of the trilogy is the multi-episodic, diversely filmed Desassossego Neverquiet "based on a letter written by Felipe BraganÃ§a and the character Luiza after some lost letters of a real Brazilian teenager in the 90s."
Instead, Clinton along with USAID administrator Rajiv Shah, and National Security Council staff Michael Froman and Gayle Smith among others have largely settled on a plan that gives USAID broader mandates over budget coordination in the administration's diversely situated international development capacities.