humanly : Definition, Usages, News and More

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hyooh muhn lee

  • r  in the manner of human beings
    humanly possible

  • Director Bryan Singer's first XMen, a hit from summer 2000, was basically Men in Black from the point of view of the humanly challenged: sure, the earth is overrun by odd creatures .
  • It is made possible by hundreds of smaller "cell groups" that meet off-nights and provide a humanly scaled framework for scriptural exploration, spiritual mentoring and emotional .
  • As little money as humanly, legally possible should go to their districts.
News & Articles

  • ATTARDO: History and fishing meld into Conneaut Lake
    Back before you and I were born - at least me anyway - a great glacier covered northwestern Pennsylvania and when the glacier retreated in the slow, scouring way that only great glaciers retreat, it formed Conneaut Lake. Today Conneaut (roughly pronounced con-EE-aught) is the state's largest natural lake, though it has been somewhat humanly enhanced. Both the fragmented glacier and Industrial ...
    June 15, 2013 - The Mercury
  • Wendy’s Frosty Licker Joins the Recent Trend of Fast Food Social Media Snafus
    Who really knows what goes on behind the scenes at fast food restaurants? I mean, who really knows? Sure, we all just assume that the people handling our food aren’t deriving pleasure from making it as disgusting as humanly possible …
    June 14, 2013 - WebProNews

  • Terry Francona in ESPN
    We don't know the extent yet,Francona said. "I don't know that we have parameters. When we know the severity of it, then we'll have [an idea]. I think anybody who's been around Dustin would bet on him being quicker than anybody humanly...
  • Peter MacKay in Jamaica Gleaner
    The government of Canada feels it has a moral imperative to do everything in its power to help with the international relief and stabilisation effortsin Haiti, MacKay told a news conference, "and to do so as quickly as humanly possible."

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