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  • r  in an overbearingly domineering manner; as a dictator
  • r  in an authoritative and magisterial manner

  • In Colombia, though the church hierarchy remains magisterially conservative in the person of 71-year-old Luis Cardinal Concha Crdoba, priests have led peasant pro tests .
  • He concludes, somewhat magisterially, that the nomination of Senator Goldwater was the "triumphal moment of pseudo-conservatism in American politics," and finds that the ironic .
  • When doing a portrait, he contrived a pose that suited his view; if hands diverted attention from face, he would magisterially scumble them over, obliterating the knuckles .

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