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- adv. In a sensitive manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a sensitive manner.
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- adv. in a sensitive manner
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Through his research, he confirms that children who undertake the Jolly Phonics program at an early age, are more likely to be aware of sound sensitively, which is of significant assistant to their literacy skills.
In a statement, the Health department said no formal complaint had been made against Mr Lewis, and the matter had been handled "sensitively".
Tiffany-Amber and Victoria played "sensitively," she said, and I thought that was a nice compliment.
On the effect of flood damage on the agricultural sector, Manuel said the government needed to obtain a realistic estimate of damage and would deal with the issue "sensitively".
John Yates, Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner for Specialist Operations, warned that al Qaida regularly changed tactics to keep a step ahead and called for security staff to use their experience to apply stop-and-search powers "sensitively".
So, some residents are asking, how come they can't be notified of such pruning in advance-and then be given the option of hiring their own trimmers to do the work more "sensitively"?
Chief Inspector Stephen Brookman: "All control room staff are trained to deal with each call sensitively and assess if the person needs support.
This is the kind of sensitively historicist approach we need to understand the period’s complex and fluid co-evolution of British and American literary cultures and national identities.
"sensitively" considering what the survivors had been through but normal processes would be followed.
Since you are so sensitively attuned to the Lakeside restaurant scene as is Dawg, I will share with you and anyone else reading these threads what transpired at a local, quite accomplished, restaurant when Dawg first arrived here in 2001.