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- adv. In an intelligent manner; cleverly.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In an intelligent manner; with intelligence.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an intelligent manner; so as to manifest knowledge or understanding.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an intelligent manner
We, as developers, need to create a culture in which 'failing intelligently' is rewarded.
However, I believe that the proper Halachah, the one that treats this phenomenon responsibly, honestly, and intelligently, is not the present one.
It must frustrate Cheney that fighting terrorism intelligently is not as macho as carpet bombing places that contain suspected enemies of the U.S. J Danna
Quitting intelligently is an important part of your success at work.
There are reasons to be hopeful about West Palm Beach, and about other towns and cities that are willing to borrow intelligently from the lessons of the mall.
That means good-quality phone calls intelligently handled by the phone.
Congratulations, lovers and dreamers, future generations might find themselves being taught IN SCHOOL that an all powerful Christian God created the world in seven days, 6000 years ago, and specifically - "intelligently" - designed each and every species on earth.
Actually Peter, I think to creationists “erosion” is defined as the intelligently designed use of huge amounts of hot air in a short amount of time to wear down opposition.
Barby knows, "said Earl, bobbing his head again intelligently at Fleda;" there's four on 'em, and it takes somethin 'to feed 'em: workin' men 'll put away a good deal o' meat. "
UFOs are sometimes observed engaged in behavior which can only be described as intelligently directed.