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- adv. In a tertiary way.
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In short, your grasp of what the military does, primarily, secondarily, and tertiarily, for not just the USA but the world, is woefully blinkered.
"'You will die, bawbawian!'" said Gap-tooth tertiarily.
Indications are that ZEC answers first to Mr. Mugabe, second to ZANU-PF, and perhaps tertiarily to the people of Zimbabwe.
'You will die, bawbawian!' said Gap-tooth tertiarily.
The Grokster case tertiarily highlights one of the unfortunately consequence of rapid technological advancement meeting closeted life-tenured supreme court justices.
Of the current crop, I tend to prefer Obama primarily on foreign policy grounds, secondarily, because he seems to have good civil libertarian instincts, and tertiarily (if that’s a word) because bullshit Ohio rhetoric aside, he seems to have a better appreciation of the value of markets than most Dems.