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admirably

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  • r  in an admirable manner
    the children's responses were admirably normal

  • The report admirably calls attention to the myriad hardships afflicting the world's poor, whose suffering too often escapes the gaze of the developed world.
  • But for the most part it is a sonic boon, admirably understating Labyrinth's stunning visual display.
  • Both candidates have publicly sworn off the practice, and McCain was admirably loud in denouncing the Swift Boat campaign in 2004.
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  • Barack Obama in Independent
    Mr Obama added: "During his time as DNI, our intelligence community has performed admirably and effectively at a time of great challenges to our security."
  • Oliver Bierhoff in ESPN
    Over the 38 years of the army's operational deployment in the province, the vast majority of the some 250,000 soldiers who served there behaved admirably, often in the face of severe provocation, and with the loss of several hundred lives and over... Mike Jackson http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mike_Jackson&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNGEkirv0R-G_HYW6MB1lcvd-pZ3Cg The Associated Press http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5hTkEcW4ONeS6VQDYq3rRitwSdcnAD9GBVKVG0&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNFkZTaEfM-M5-6grbKT_F6jxfH4Aw Jun 15, 2010 1364 2020 admirably The team have reacted admirably whenever key players have been missing," he said.

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