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benignly

buh nahyn lee

  • r  in a benign manner
    this drug is benignly soporific

  • More benignly, the Web and the global economy have led to 7.
  • He and his colleagues believe they have already documented that effect in the aftermath of Princess Di's death, the 911 attacks and, more benignly, in the wave of international .
  • Not everyone regards her audience so benignly.
News & Articles

  • Subsidizing Disaster
    The New York Times is pleased with Mayor Michael Bloomberg's 438-page, $20 billion plan to protect New York from the effects of future hurricanes. It notes benignly that the cost is probably an underestimate but agrees with the mayor, "Whether you believe climate change is real or not is beside the point; the bottom line is we can't run the risk."
    June 14, 2013 - Mona Charen via Yahoo! News
  • Mona Charen: Subsidizing disaster
    The New York Times is pleased with Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s 438-page, $20 billion plan to protect New York City from the effects of future hurricanes. It notes benignly that the cost is probably an underestimate, but agrees with the mayor, “Whether you believe climate change is real or not is beside the point; the bottom line is we can’t run the risk.”
    June 14, 2013 - Memphis Commercial Appeal
Quotes

  • Janet Napolitano in Arizona Daily Star
    They've named it very benignly,Napolitano said. "But one practical application is it allows really an effective minority to control the public-policy agenda."
  • Douglas Kmiec in International Herald Tribune
    I would be naturally inclined to Terri Schiavo's part in this enterprise,Kmiec said. "This is, however, a benignly intended but tragically mistaken law. It contravenes almost every principle known to constitutional jurisprudence."

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