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- adv. In a pragmatic manner.
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- adv. In a pragmatical manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a pragmatic manner.
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- adv. in a realistic manner
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Secondly and more pragmatically is the question of ownership of online space and control of online debate.
I suppose pragmatically is the only answer I can give.
If he had done his homework he would have known that Governor Paiin was a reformer, was elected Governor of Alaska with massive support from independents, and had governed pragmatically from the centre, with broad cross-party support.
These upfront sequences set a base temperature for Ferris' character, which is probably best described as a pragmatically frigid.
And he exhorted the American people to go beyond existing political categories to a new kind of pragmatically oriented change.
Instead, he views the judicial task "pragmatically," in his words, as an extension of ordinary policy discourse, which is only mildly constrained by legal texts and doctrines, if at all.
He "pragmatically" voted for funding the Obama administration's escalation of the war in Afghanistan.
Firstly we think 'pragmatically', deploy flat ontological analyses as a mere technological appendage to serve pre-existing political vectors, but this seems to be somewhat paradoxical for it entails a hidden claim that the ontological has no baring upon the political-but this indicates the technological potentials of the philosophy are null and void.
So clearly, a first challenge is getting to some kind of pragmatically useful alignment between those local and occasionally even painfully parochial perspectives with what's best for the Big We.
Instead, he pleads for market reforms that, while stimulating growth in poorer countries, are implemented "pragmatically".