from The Century Dictionary.
- In a manner that cannot be justified or vindicated.
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- adverb In an
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- adverb without any excuse
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Also, Saudi Arabia says it wants meetings to discuss what it calls unjustifiably high crude prices.
Barry Topf, the head of the markets division at the Bank of Israel, said central bank officials realized that for a small, open economy, heavily dependent on exports, the combination of a global economic slump with an "unjustifiably" strong currency would have been too painful not to act.
The GSM Association says data-roaming usage more than doubled from 2007 to 2008 -- despite what she describes as "unjustifiably" high prices.
LAHORE: India has "unjustifiably" named Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) leaders
However, even Foster sided with other free-marketeers in saying Bush acted "unjustifiably" and had "made a mistake, simply put" by using Toxic Asset Relief Program (TARP) funds to bail out the auto industry.
Dividends are still far less volatile than stock prices, but the market meltdown in 2008 and 2009 scared people "unjustifiably" about dividend investing.
C In the enterprise zones the government should do an expedited review of all building codes, regulations, restrictions and requirements to make sure that they don't unjustifiably impede economic growth.
Every state has insurance regulations, and it is against the law in every state to unjustifiably deny claims.
Largely and unjustifiably neglected by scholars until recently, he finally has his own flickr. com group, so go have a look round!
Indeed, it indirectly explains why it can be difficult for someone trying to learn about the quantum world to do so: Due to the metaphysical concerns typically in play, there exists a tendency to exaggerate or misreport the results of QP-level experiments, or perhaps worse, unjustifiably minimize the strangeness and philosophical relevance of those experiments.