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- adverb In an
ideologicalmanner; with respect to ideology.
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- adverb with respect to ideology
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Perhaps instead of being confrontational and digging in ideologically, Cascade could support this cycle-track proposal on the merits.
Where they are formalized they represent essentially nothing more then a short-term ideologically driven support for particular candidates.
The gated community symbolized the new suburban society, distanced both spatially and ideologically from the city.
To the question of who speaks in ideologically charged text of this kind, the answer will always be in the plural.
No, but they more or less remained together, I hate to use the word ideologically, but I guess for want of a better word, they seemed to always react, more or less, the same way to political situations and to political candidates 'platforms.
It’s better to compromise and achieve some degree of success than fail but remain ideologically pure.
As for prominence, some of that is luck, some is skill, and some is being on good terms ideologically or acquaintance-wise with a big-hitter like Instapundit.
It's amusing/nauseous/eyeballbleed-causing that the highly tarnished "pots" (the Cable, Telco and Wireless monopolies) are calling the ideologically disadvantaged "kettles" black.
Significant setbacks for al Qaeda globally -- and here I'm going to use the word 'ideologically' -- as a lot of the Islamic world pushes back on their form of Islam. "
I'm trying to decide whether when faced with someone who "ideologically" diametrically opposes your view, but verbally completely supports your ideals and acts in essentially the way you act, you disillusion them of the idea that they have a different ideological view.
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