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- adv. In an intensive way.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In an intensive manner; by increase of degree.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an intensive manner; by increase of degree; as regards intensity or degree.
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- adv. in an intensive manner
Exactly: getting to know good books intensively is what I really enjoy.
This real vagueness of class terms is equally true whether we consider those terms used extensively or intensively, that is to say whether in relation to all the members of the species or in relation to an imaginary typical specimen.
STI particularly and practically uses 20. 832kms "Nordschleife" (also called "Old Course"), known as intensively severe course, as a proofing ground for STI developed vehicles.
"Nordschleife" (also called "Old Course"), known as intensively severe course, as a proofing ground for STI developed vehicles.
Federal Reserve says banking regulators are looking "intensively" at reported irregularities in the wave of foreclosures in the troubled housing market.
EU member states are "intensively" monitoring the risk of spreading civil unrest in Europe, as riots over the economic crisis erupt ...
OVER and OVER again and you've been singing those same 11 songs since the start of jae in preparation for this competiton and kind of intensively for the past few days the joy kinds of wears off oddly enough
The report said fighters were "intensively" training with the
Germany by contrast had lobbied "intensively" for the global bank tax, said Deputy Finance Minister Joerg Asmussen, adding that he expected leaders of the G20 to reach a compromise on the measure at their next summit meeting in Toronto in June.
The U.S. central bank and other regulators are "intensively" examining financial firms' home-foreclosure practices and expect preliminary findings next month,