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  • adv. In a holistic manner.


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  • So, for #6 … Choice is likely an empirical illusion, but when viewed holistically from the aspect of the timelessness of universal space-time interconnections, consciousness is real and made/makes/will make choices (all at the same "time").

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  • Pearson Educational Measurement, which works with the College Board, helps train readers to look at essays "holistically" -- based on the total impression they create.


  • First, a realization that this issue, this immigration issue, to use one of our favorite terms holistically it must be approached.

    CNN Transcript Apr 7, 2005

  • But the US also argues that its campaign against carbon has to be viewed holistically -- in other words, there are many other measures that should be taken into account when assessing its effort.

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  • Researchers agree that we recognize faces holistically, which is not how we generally recognize other objects.

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  • Essay readers will be trained to grade "holistically," taking into consideration "development of ideas, supporting examples, organization, word choice, and sentence structure."

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  • 1.1 Humanity, (if you look at it holistically, which is not hard at all but surprisingly few people have), is like an organism and follows UNIVERSAL PATTERNS.

    Mark Shuttleworth

  • Albanese said it was important to reconsider the proposal "holistically," and that he stands "ready to engage" with Prime Minister


  • In particular she always wants to treat things "holistically".

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  • Susan prefers to fit people "holistically", which means she doesn't use a tape measure which she feels can be inaccurate.

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