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- r in an ideal manner
ideally, this will remove all problems
- To begin with, King was a preacher who spoke in biblical cadences ideally suited to leading a stride toward freedom that found its inspiration in the Old Testament story of the .
- Skiffle music a sort of jug-band clatter ideally suited to inexpensive and homemade instruments was all the rage, and in 1957 Lennon formed a band called the Quarrymen.
- It means, ideally, getting to know the subject better than he knows himself and then manipulating him by role-playing, flattering, misleading, and nudging his or her perception of .
- Bode Miller in ABC News
The gold medal is great. I think it's perfect. Ideally, that's what everyone is shooting for. But the way I skied these last races is what matters. I would've been proud of that skiing with a medal or not,Miller said after turning in the...
- Mark Hughes in SkySports
Hughes, who made wholesale changes to his side, said: "Ideally we would have preferred to have won the game but credit to Racing, they are a good team. Their motivation was to try and get into the next round. We had already qualified so that might...
- John Mack in Forbes
Markets "are changing rapidly, and we're putting in place a leadership team that is ideally suited to help Morgan Stanley realize the opportunities ahead, while continuing to navigate the current challenging condition," Mack said in a statement.