integrally integrally


  • (adv) in an integral manner


  1. Nevertheless, he imagined the paintings as integrally connected -- a single work of art, no less united than a mural is, but portable.
  2. He just missed the Korean War, but found two permanent passions: flying and the law, which he considers integrally related.
  3. The crimes were integrally tied up with the war.


  • Panel Mounted Display Units support load cell products.

    Designed for LCM Systems load cell products, including those with integrally mounted amplifiers, PMD Series includes PMD-Process for use with voltage and current analog process signals; PMD-Strain for use with strain gauge bridge based sensors; and PMD-Serial, which can be connected to RS232 or RS485 ASCII serial bus, primarily for use as remote slave display. All IP65-sealed units are available ...
    on June 20, 2013     Source: ThomasNet


  1. "I do not think that it is good if we merely rebuild fiscal conditions. For instance, if we raise the sales tax and use that to repay debt, that is a deflation policy," Kan said. "Instead, integrally implementing these three goals --...
    on Jun 21, 2010 By: Naoto Kan Source: Interactive Investor

  2. "John is an immensely capable executive who has been integrally involved throughout Telstra's transformation program. He has led many of the world-leading IT changes we have made at Telstra and his promotion is another sign of the success Telstra...
    on Nov 5, 2008 By: Sol Trujillo Source: The Australian

  3. "There cannot be a solution to the global climate change questions without China being integrally involved," Schell said.
    on Jun 13, 2008 By: Orville Schell Source: International Herald Tribune

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