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- adv. In an integral manner
- adv. By means of integration
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In an integral manner; wholly; completely; also, by integration.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an integral manner; wholly; completely.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an integral manner
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And no mortall man can at one instant perfectlie discerne and see together two sides of the same figure, sauing one integrally, which is the Present: and therefore vppon great knowledge were these three
Also consistent with the NCC's viewpoint is the Report's conclusion that the situation in Israel/Palestine is integrally related to the situation in Iraq, and indeed that a solution to the Israeli - Palestinian conflict is central to the solution of all problems in the Middle East.
You can follow all those rules for sticking to your resolution -- although without the goal being deeply meaningful for you and tied to benefiting another, you'll give up on the rules, too -- or you can try a different "way of being" in the world that integrally ties what you do to helping others.
Clear documentation and a small, excellent Spacehab and Lockheed workforce worked integrally with the Russians to make the Mir integration process seamless.
Sustainable progress on the goals requires recognition of the linkages between them, i.e. steps forward on environmental protection are integrally linked to economic development.
The MFA house style is integrally connected with the conditions of production under the guild system; uniformity of product, and severe control over its amount, is essential for the guild to maintain mystery about itself, and without mystery there can be no exclusion of gate-crashers.
And yet, perhaps more compelling is the fact that their future is integrally connected to ours.
The series kicks off 58 years prior to the Cylon attack on the colonies that occurred at the beginning of the BSG story arc and follows two families, the Graystones and the Adamas, both of which become integrally involved in the creation of the Cylons.
My sense from hearing Mr. Jobs' commencement speech and from the products he created was that for him, arts and humanities were integrally related to science and technology.
The sidewalls are of acoustical plaster integrally colored to a neutral shade.