unspecifically love


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  • adv. In an unspecific manner; not specifically


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  • The revised title for next week's results is by Kevin Dopart; this week's honorable-mentions subhead is by Craig Dykstra. in which we asked rather unspecifically for nerdy, quantitatively leaning musings:

    Style Invitational Week 872: Make a word out of a name; and geeky musings

  • He's referring specifically/unspecifically to "the nanny or household tax problems and so forth" in the Obama administration:

    Woodward's ominous and vague prediction of scandal: "I say it's not over."

  • Her omission of any discussion of human shields while reporting from Gaza while on the other hand answering that question, though as briefly and unspecifically as possible, in a broadcast heard only locally in New York is significant: she would like to continue reporting from Gaza.

    Q. and A. With Taghreed El-Khodary in Gaza - The Lede Blog - NYTimes.com

  • Make no mistake, Feingold's motion to censure is not a foolish nuisance interrupting your busy lawmaking schedules, not an unnecessary distraction from the great work of appealing as unspecifically as possible to enough disgruntled Republicans that we can eke out a tarnished and compromised numerical victory in November.

    Frank Dwyer: Senators: Stand with Feingold

  • The other way to solve this problem is a ‘living constitution’ interpretation enumerating rights that are listed unspecifically at best.

    Lean Left » Blog Archive » Constitutional Flame Bait

  • “It was a madhouse,” he tells me unspecifically, neither lying nor telling the truth.

    Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs

  • But a careful review of the public statements over the last few days reveals while he may not be specific, he's unspecifically consistent.

    CNN Transcript Aug 12, 2003

  • It was by 1988 generally, if unspecifically, agreed that the United States faced certain social and economic realities which, if not intractable, did not entirely lend themselves to the kinds of policy fixes people who run for elected office, on whatever ticket, were likely to undertake.

    Insider Baseball

  • S. cerevisiae failed due to the very low abundance of Mca1 and massive contamination by unspecifically co-purified proteins which did not allow the determination of its molecular mass by mass spectrometry.

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles

  • The unstressed, understated elegance of the music in conjunction with her look - unspecifically exotic and effortlessly sophisticated

    Femalefirst.co.uk - Celebrity Gossip + Lifestyle Magazine


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