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  • r  in accordance with truth or fact or reality
    a genuinely open society
  • r  genuinely; with authority

  • He was just a genuinely nice person who was exceptionally bright, exceptionally bright, and driven and talented.
  • This is because Jeff genuinely wants to know and understand the people who work for him.
  • It's precisely because Obama intends to pursue a genuinely progressive foreign policy that he's surrounding himself with people who can guard his right flank at home.
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  • David Miliband in 940 News
    ...as the official death toll jumped to more than 28,000, British Foreign Secretary David Miliband warned that "malign neglect" by the country's military rulers was creating a "humanitarian catastrophe of genuinely epic proportions."
  • Barack Obama in Northwest Herald
    That's real money, even in Washington,Obama said. "But remember: That's less than we are projected to have spent on the war in Iraq. And also remember: Failing to reform our health care system in a way that genuinely reduces cost growth...
  • John Howard in BBC News
    Whilst it pains me both as a cricket lover and as somebody who genuinely believes these things should be left to sporting organisations...... it leaves me with no alternative,said Mr Howard.

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