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  • r  in an idiomatic manner
    he expressed himself idiomatically

  • Pinker distinguishes cathartic cursing from using profanity descriptively, idiomatically, abusively or for emphasis, and points to similar behavior in animals that suggests its .
  • Brazil had never seen anything like Ultima Hora (idiomatically: "Up to the Last Minute").
  • The title means "the big calves" in Italian, but it is perhaps most idiomatically translated as "the slobs.

  • Jack Kevorkian in MacNewsWorld
    Not only do [these vendors] need to offer country- and language-specific music, they also need to complement the music with text that is linguistically and idiomatically on target,Kevorkian told MacNewsWorld.

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