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- adv. In a maternal manner.
- adv. motherly, as a mother
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a motherly manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a maternal or motherly manner.
- Through a mother, or on the maternal side: as, they are related maternally.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a maternal manner; as a mother
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Doubtless the paternal ancestor of the subject of this biography was seated in the colony early in the seventeenth century, but it is proposed to deduce first his descent maternally, which is more
Mitochondrial genomes, being maternally inherited and es-sentially clonal, are necessarily related in a nested hierarchic fashion
These results add to a growing body of evidence that maternally mediated inflammation might be part of the mechanistic pathway leading to autism, Hertz-Picciotto said.
One of the big stats that Ms. Chua leaves out of her book and articles is the high suicide and depression rates that over-programmed, maternally marshaled Asian children suffer from, which are higher than the average American, according to reports this month from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.
She held the cup up to his lips maternally, and then pushed him toward his bedroom.
ImageMovers Two of the maternally deficient aliens of 'Mars Needs Moms.'
Dave sez, Continuing on with my summer goal to periodically write songs about scientific terms, I bring to you what I'm assuming is the only song ever about mitochondria, and quite likely the only song ever to attempt to rhyme 'endosymbiotically' with 'maternally'.
So I did my thing, which was think "I need your help," and look at her I supposed pleadingly, and she reacted very maternally.
"It doesn't matter, you sing like an angel", JLo says maternally, after the other judges take some whacks at her.
While it's true that Bess was at times maternally generous to her staff, many of whom lived in close proximity within the household, it's misleading to present that way of life as in any way a model for modern times.