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improvisationally

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  • adv. In an improvisational way.

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Examples

  • Either way, she ends up constructing the quilts improvisationally when they are made in fabric, adding new design elements within the blocks and in the overall design.

    The Queen of the 'Neo-Hillbilly' Quilt

  • (Of note is that these very precise, measured works are created improvisationally; they are not preplanned.)

    ArtScene: California Exhibitions that Keep the Summer Hot

  • It seems Carter may have said ‘malaise’ improvisationally in a speech on July 15, 1979.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Flight to History

  • During the reading, he must have decided he didn't care for it, so he stopped and continued to present improvisationally.

    GreenCine Daily: Roscoe Lee Browne, 1925 - 2007.

  • He also argues that the pure open source model -- crowdsourcing, collective intelligence, products emerging improvisationally from the bottom up -- isn't very innovative.

    Dr. R. Keith Sawyer: Open Source is Not Innovative

  • Although it's unfair to be too harsh on someone who was forced into a tough spot at the last second -- improvisationally tap-dancing on behalf of her boss -- the issues I had with Tkacik at the time had less to do with her obvious level of discomfort at having been put in such a difficult position than it did with her way of thinking in general.

    Chez Pazienza: Droll Models: Is Being Drunk and "Slutty" Empowering?

  • Curated jointly by the NGA's Marla Prather, the Tate Gallery's Nicholas Serota (the show will travel to London after a stop at New York's Metropolitan Museum) and Francis Bacon expert David Sylvester, "Willem de Kooning: Paintings" will give almost full run to the most passionately subtle, the most improvisationally rigorous painter the United States has ever produced.

    The Twilight Of A God

  • He soared when he threw away the text and spoke improvisationally, as at a late-night rally or from a pulpit.

    The Great Experiment

  • It's like someone sat down and ripped this out improvisationally in a single sitting in some extreme manic phase.

    CULT by John Magus (Flamingo, no date given)

  • The madness continued for a long while, people dodging in and out of the performance, by plan and improvisationally, but staying true to the score if not to the costuming or characterization.

    Dark Mirror

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