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  • r  in a calculating manner
    he looked at her calculatingly

  • To deliberately and calculatingly depict public people as shallow, intolerant, cold and inept, with no truths or facts to back up the portrayals, is nothing short of malevolent.
  • Thereafter, Comrade Stalin patiently and calculatingly nursed his grudge against Comrade Trotsky.
  • As his treasonable acts were recited, the arch-collaborator of Vichyfrance calculatingly sized up the opposition: white-haired Andr Mornet, prosecutor of Mata Hari and Ptain .

  • Richard Blumenthal in Hartford Courant
    This case confirms our worst suspicions - that Assurant calculatingly denies coverage for catastrophic illnesses,Blumenthal said. "Assurant promised benefits, but abandons them when they face cancer and other devastating diseases."

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