nepotistically love

Definitions

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  • adverb In a nepotistic manner.

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Examples

  • His first act as governor was to nepotistically appoint his daughter to fill his vacated US Senate seat.

    Shannyn Moore: Sarah Palin: Rogue Republican or Democratic Operative?

  • I like a bit of nepotistically appointed totty as much as the next man - arf!

    It's Sarah Mackinlay Who's to Blame, not Andrew!

  • Clive Shepherd suspected as did I, to be honest that the room was well stocked with learning designers who had voted nepotistically.

    Reflections on Learning Technologies 2007

  • His nepotistically appointed friend Charles Forbes, head of the veterans bureau, stole $200 million from the federal government, and his attorney general Daugherty was found to have profited from illegal shipments of alcohol. so yes, i'd say his corruption and that of his administration FAR exceeded that of any recent democratic administration!!!!

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • It indicates that young, educated Jewish people in the US have become far more prepared than hitherto to buck the many "circle the wagons" and discourse-suppression pressures from within their own faith-group, to challenge the often nepotistically appointed leaders of the mainstream Jewish organizations, and do their own thinking from sound first principles about the rights and wrongs of the Israeli government's actions ...

    Charlottesville Blogs

  • His nepotistically appointed friend Charles Forbes, head of the veterans bureau, stole $200 million from the federal government, and his attorney general Daugherty was found to have profited from illegal shipments of alcohol. so yes, i'd say his corruption and that of his administration FAR exceeded that of any recent democratic administration!!!!

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • His nepotistically appointed friend Charles Forbes, head of the veterans bureau, stole $200 million from the federal government, and his attorney general Daugherty was found to have profited from illegal shipments of alcohol. so yes, i'd say his corruption and that of his administration FAR exceeded that of any recent democratic administration!!!!

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • It indicates that young, educated Jewish people in the US have become far more prepared than hitherto to buck the many "circle the wagons" and discourse-suppression pressures from within their own faith-group, to challenge the often nepotistically appointed leaders of the mainstream Jewish organizations, and do their own thinking from sound first principles about the rights and wrongs of the Israeli government's actions ...

    'Just World News' with Helena Cobban

  • Al-Zeidi may not be as nepotistically well-connected as, say, Marc Rich or John Forte, but he’s asking for forgiveness anyway, saying that his throwing of a shoe at the president of the United States was “an ugly act.”

    Transition: Politics and Power

  • Al-Zeidi may not be as nepotistically well-connected as, say, Marc Rich or John Forte, but he’s asking for forgiveness anyway, saying that his throwing of a shoe at the president of the United States was “an ugly act.”

    Iraq Shoe Hurler Seeking Pardon, It Was “An Ugly Act”: Bill Bradley

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