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- adv. In a historic manner; as has been done most often in the past.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In the manner of, or in accordance with, history.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In the manner of history; according to history; as history; by way of narration.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with respect to history
- adv. throughout history
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This moderation and balance is precisely what makes the new Greens dangerous for the established "Volksparteien" "people's parties", a term historically reserved for the CDU/CSU and SPD, but which the highbrow weekly Die Zeit suggested should now be applied to the environmentalist movement as well.
Deploying a term historically used for Western sympathisers of the Soviet Union, a former participant on one of Cao de Benos's tours to North Korea describes him as a "perfect example of the 'useful idiot'".
Even if science does not have faith in a rational universe, it certainly presupposes that a universe exists, and that something rather than nothing exists is itself an awe-inspiring mystery, one that regularly leads cosmologists to use the term historically applied to the ultimate mystery, i.e.
In defining what is meant by the term historically disadvantaged, the Authority takes into account principally race and gender.
The term historically has been used by some whites to deride black Americans as people who shouldn't strive to improve their lives.
The Constitution states that copyright's purpose is to promote the progress of "science" -- a term historically used to mean "knowledge."
It was a warmup for the postseason when Rivera historically is at his best.
This term historically means just a cut under black tie for a moderately formal affair.
Upset and hinting that Tuesday's development could be a harbinger of a breakdown in what he characterized as historically "courteous" dealings with the county, Osgood cryptically predicted that "there is going to be a very interesting day coming up here before long."
For his part Gibson points to three mining companies which he identifies as historically profitable and attractive investment targets;