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- adv. In a logical manner, with logic.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a logical manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- According to logical principles, or by formally valid inference: as, to argue logically.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. according to logical reasoning
- adv. in a logical manner
To speak, is not to think logically; but to _think logically_ is, at the same time, to _speak_.
It all spirals out logically from the point before until we wind up with drugged Sheldon spilling his guts.
I am puzzled as to why the Court did so for that issue (other than to remain logically consistent) since the case did nothing to change the IAC playing field.
The plot builds to a comprehensible resolution that derives logically from the philosophical discourse.
You may assert that you do not know what the source of this perceived intention is but such a claim does not follow logically from the premises Daniel laid out. we still have no logical reason to think it comes from something with the characteristics we ascribe to God.
So the punishment, logically, is to remove the person from US territory.
The next step, logically, is that if it's so great for them, everybody must share in it.
It follows logically from the mind of the man who coined the phrase "Net Neutrality" to describe the need for telecom networks to remain free from the favoritism of the network owners.
In more strictly theoretical terms, this rejection followed logically from a particular conception of divinity.
December 18th, 2009 9: 38 am ET please explain logically and without anger how allowing a man to be a wife or a woman to be a husband is a civil rights issue