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  • a  relying on medical quackery
    empiric treatment
  • a  derived from experiment and observation rather than theory
    an empirical basis for an ethical theory
    empirical laws
    empirical data
    an empirical treatment of a disease about which little is known

  • President Roosevelt made him secretary of War in 1904an amiable Mars indeed who made empiric yet cherubic sidetrips to Cuba, Panama and Porto Rico.
  • As Man of the Year Stalin, too, has certain grave disqualifications, one moral, the other empiric.
  • The Hollywood Herald called Strange Interlude "empiric.

  • President Bush in People's Weekly World
    Opening the summit, Argentina's President Nestor Kirchner directly challenged Bush, saying, "There exists today empiric evidence of the failures" of the "free market" neoliberal theories Bush was hoping to advance.
  • Hakim Said in Jakarta Post
    Hakim said, "The government should not fear that the unemployment rate would increase, while the incomes of the state and the tobacco companies plunge. Empiric studies say otherwise."

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