from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. securely.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. Firmly; surely.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Firmly; fixedly.
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The film has been promoted during its installation at the Mary Boone Gallery in Chelsea as a work searching out the spread of feminist values in what we once complacently called The Third World a label fastly becoming a misnomer.
Until that and a string of other things gets paid off, me go no where really fastly.
It ain´t the cost of a house that is the overridin´factor in the decision but the ongoin´cost to maintain yo butt in that shelter and buy corn dogs until they be lookin´ for a place to bury yo fastly decomposing former sef once you expire and here is what yáll should seriously keep in mind:
And we type it fastly to catch the deadline (in seconds:).
To make what those staffers make for one year would put me along the path to accomplishing my goals: zero debts; fix the homestead; fix the alternate homestead (daughter's house); further education at the PhD level; put a few pennies away for fastly approaching retirement.
I think this may be evident of how so many are being so fastly into the digital game, not realizing that the buckets of cash waiting to be picked up do not exist.
But really right now we're trying to fix the logistical problem so we can move that aid as fastly and as quickly and as appropriately as possible.
I have been seeing with my own eyes the Pakistani cancer is transmitting to the US very fastly.
He said AYUSH has not now remained confined to the Indian borders but is fastly becoming a global phenomenon of alternate treatment.
Since we started making anhydrous ethanol from our most precious national asset, corn, our economy has fastly been falling apart.