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- adv. In an endemic manner
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In an endemic manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an endemic manner.
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Some economists believe that oil-rich countries are by definition endemically and incorrigibly corrupt.
For two centuries, at least, the disease has been known to exist endemically, that is, more or less continuously, in most of the Mexican Gulf ports, extending its ravages along the West
For two centuries, at least, the disease has been known to exist endemically, that is, more or less continuously, in most of the Mexican Gulf ports, extending its ravages along the West India Islands and the cities of the Central and the South American coast.
Could be they're scared of voicing their true opinion in a shaky democracy, or maybe the Nepalese are just endemically happier people.
The ancient Romans used to look at their endemically corrupt city guard and wonder gloomily "who watches the watchmen."
I submit that not trying to make such a link risks making the public sector endemically second-class and increasingly hostage to its many critics.
The army of teachers' critics too rarely acknowledges the many heartbreaking barriers to teaching well in so many of our schools – the children's disillusion and poverty, endemically disrupted classes and the recognition that however hard a pupil works he or she will never get a good job locally.
Government grants for teaching are to be slashed by 40% not only because of economic exigency but because the best way to dynamise otherwise endemically lazy academics is to create a market between them, their students and their research funders.
But the things that endemically malfunction are of a humble kind.
The BNP play the “we are not racist” too often, and one only has to look at their membership criteria that only allows white Caucasians to join, to see how endemically racist they are.