critically : Definition, Usages, News and More

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kri ti kuh lee

  • r  in a critical manner
    this must be examined critically

  • As "Anonymous," Klein wrote the critically acclaimed novel "Primary Colors," a best-seller inspired by the 1992 political race.
  • Because the disease critically weakened the immune system and was often accompanied by a rare cancer, it had been labeled gay-related immune deficiency, or GRID, by some people .
  • The police became aware of the family after Elisabeth's critically ill and confused 19-year-old daughter, Kerstin, was admitted to the local hospital.
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  • George Casey in FOXNews (blog)
    We're very encouraged that Craigslist is doing the right thing in eliminating its online red light district with prostitution and pornography in plain sight. We'll be watching and investigating critically to make sure this measure is more than just... Richard Blumenthal FOXNews,2933,520032,00.html&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNHnosF5Xk48n2M7QHBCPqpJCxHqpg May 13, 2009 23627 31630 critically I remain convinced that it is critically important to get a better understanding of where our Soldiers and Families are on this issue," Casey wrote. "I also believe that repealing the law before the completion of the review will be seen by...
  • Bud Selig in Chicago Tribune
    The department of investigations will have critically important responsibilities in protecting the integrity of our sport,commissioner Bud Selig said.

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