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  • adv. In an increasingly narrow way.


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narrowing +‎ -ly


  • By getting blown out in NC or narrowingly win in IN?

    Clinton adds West Virginia to campaign stops

  • In some ways you wonder how you ever manage to catch a fish at all, but when you do the combination of a series of narrowingly, near-impossible events makes its so beautiful, how could it not be art? and this can apply whether you're throwing #28 tricos on a 1 weight to winter browns, 1/0 bugs at bass on an 8 weight or 8/0 triple tube streamers at billfish on a 14 weight stump pullerCompare it to a Caravaggio - its easy to look from a distance and say yes i can do that, but look closely and try and replicate it and you'll see how much hard work and skill goes into such an "easy" thing.

    Stand Up for Flyfishing... Win a Trip.

  • For the [[Chilean presidential election, 1938 | 1938 presidential election]], the PS participated in the formation of the [[Popular Front (Chile) | Popular Front]], withdrawing its presidential candidate, the colonel [[Marmaduque Grove]], and supporting the Radical Party's candidate, [[Pedro Aguirre Cerda]], who narrowingly defeated the right-wing candidate following an attempted coup by the [[National Socialist Movement of Chile]].

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  • Officers from the Regional Operations Group were on Abernethy Rd at 12. 45am on Easter Sunday when they saw a Ford Falcon "sliding towards an intersection '' and narrowingly missing one of several road tankers laden with fuel, Sgt Clarke said. | Top Stories


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