Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • In a statical manner; according to statics.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adverb In a statical manner.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adverb In a static manner.

Etymologies

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static +‎ -ally

Examples

  • Now, we have recently come upon a person who by his last name Goldberg, has to within statically probability be a Jew, and we feel sort of sorry for the guy, we use a Pen Name, a name not really our own and we can relate to the grief the boy had growing up, Hey, is your mother Molly Goldberg, we emphasize, Jeffrey Goldberg is a national correspondent for The Atlantic.

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  • The deline in scoring statically is from taking fewer shots: 3 less FG and about 1.5 less FT a game.

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  • The images were called statically in the above example, however, that will be problematic in actual implementation as each program is installed in a different location and the install location can usually be chosen by a user.

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  • If true, setlocale and pcre_maketables would have to be called statically, and so both would need to be brought into AutoHotkey. exe

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  • If true, setlocale and pcre_maketables would have to be called statically, and so both would need to be brought into AutoHotkey. exe

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  • Non-static method utf_normalizer:: nfkc () should not be called statically

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  • Websites were once built statically, meaning that each page was hand-coded and built from the bottom up.

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  • Uku, the roles of the meteor has grown more mysterious yet as it lashes out against the creatures 'village with some kind of statically charged ooze.

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  • The GOP negotiators agreed to the Democrat request that these tax changes be statically scored—which assumes no revenue gains from economic growth—yet they would still yield $250 billion in additional revenue over a decade even with the lower tax rates.

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  • But even when Republicans put $500 billion in statically scored new revenues on the table, at the risk of upsetting their political base, Democrats declare that tax reform without higher tax rates is impossible.

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