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- adv. In an uneven or haphazard manner.
- adv. In an unequal manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an uneven manner; not smoothly or regularly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a ragged uneven manner
- adv. in an uneven and irregular way
- adv. in an unequal or partial manner
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ECB board member Erkki Liikanen said the Euro-Zone needs to increase productivity as he expects the global recovery to continue "unevenly," and the central bank may retain a dovish outlook for future policy as price growth remains subdued.
"unevenly" and that the food's interior temperature was "unsafe for public consumption."
Gallup Poll data on membership in a church or synagogue mimics this long, slow decline in religious commitment, falling somewhat unevenly from 76 percent in 1947 to 73 percent in 1965, 71 percent in 1976, 69 percent in 1990, 68 percent in 2000, and 63 percent in 2009.
The economy grew robustly though unevenly in 2006-07 but suffered during Georgia's conflict with Russia and the global economic crisis beginning in 2008.
The feelings were unevenly balanced, Joy had insinuated.
That technique works fine on screens the size of cellphones, but the masks tend to sag unevenly when pulled across larger surfaces.
Open but played too few tournaments to boost her ranking and the French Open winner, Francesca Schiavone, played unevenly all season.
However, while growth in the last decade has been fairly spectacular in many parts of the world, the fruits of that growth have been shared very unevenly, with inequality generally growing.
Speaking Wednesday in her first news conference as IMF chief, the former French finance minister said the world economy is rebounding from the financial crisis, but unevenly, with emerging-market economies like China and India growing faster than those of developed nations.