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- adv. In a sectional manner; in sections
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a sectional manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a sectional manner; in or by sections.
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These are living wage advocates who follow the Barbara Ehrenreich theory of wage determination -- wages vary inversely, both cross-sectionally and over time, with the greed of employers.
So I think the key for North's ideas to get traction in econ is to come up with some non-redundant metrics of institutions and customs that allow one to predict things like intangible GDP cross sectionally.
"The party has increasingly become sectionally narrower and ideologically narrower"
The party has increasingly become sectionally nar...
They were not unbroken walls of rock, but were built sectionally, in crags like gigantic buildings, along the two sides of their street.
Those are C-130s mounted with gatling guns sectionally.
QUOTATION: He votes as a Southern man, and votes sectionally; I am also a Southern man, but vote nationally on national questions.
Different institutions do have different constituencies when, for example, labor or trade or welfare issues are involved, and the nation often divides sectionally on such issues.
At present the great danger is that power will be used only sectionally and ideologically.
To support these girders in a thwartship direction a series of transverse frames were placed at 12 feet 6 inches centres throughout the length of the ship, and formed, when viewed cross-sectionally, a universal polygon of twelve sides.