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- adv. In a straightforward manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a straightforward manner.
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- adv. with firmness and conviction; without compromise
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Some call straightforwardly for the government to expand its own role as a provider of health coverage, as it currently provides only for the old and the poor.
English frijol, on the other hand, is derived straightforwardly from the Spanish singular.
They would also tell me if something wasn't written straightforwardly, which is important because I wanted this book to be for people who didn't necessarily know how to cook.
If we had no data at all about some other individual whose particulars don't really matter to anybody's religious commitments anymore, we'd "straightforwardly" call it a myth.
Why assume that all OT narratives are historical (at least "straightforwardly") to begin with?
Blue Cloud straightforwardly spin their computer in to their own space, a section full of emotional affection display of denunciation in his eyes He Yi Zizi as well as review a sentence, his eyes blurred, as well as his palm again as well as again wiped tears, Im sorry, sorry, Yun Er. No, as well late. once again, we was tired.
The nearly full moon hung over one of the most enthusiastic crowds of the festival as Mumford and Sons performed, rather straightforwardly, their radio-friendly breakthrough.
Michael Ehrman, the director, deployed all these forces straightforwardly enough, getting the message across and pleasing the audience including little touches like having the narrator, Tony Tsendeas, double as the tree from which Papageno threatens to hang himself: a silent role that proved Tsendeas's funniest moment of the night.
If the AJC and ADL want to defend Mr. Obama straightforwardly, they could do so.
There's an assumption that they straightforwardly measure how well a college or university is doing educating its students; but in fact, a number of factors that are beyond an institution's control -- financial aid availability and high school preparation, for instance -- affect a school's graduation rates.