one-sidedly : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in a unilateral manner; by means of one part or party
- And recently a memorandum approved by top leaders of Germany's Protestant church took a similar line: "The foreign policy of the government appears to us too one-sidedly defensive.
- The Russians complained that the West was making "tendentious" use of "one-sidedly developed material for the purpose of undermining confidence" in the 180-station control system.
- If he had written one-sidedly in praise of Field and in blame of McCormick, my decision would have been the same.
News & Articles
- Kanye West Landed 30 Punches On Teen Who Used ‘N-Word,’ Says Report
When Kanye West spotted the 18-year-old who hurled racial and sexual insults at Kim Kardsahian and used a racist term directed at West himself, he one-sidedly beat the youth, according to a new account of the incident today. Also today, Kris Jenner, the mother of Kim Kardashian and 58-year-old matriarch of the Kardashian-Jenner clan, had... Read more » Kanye West Landed 30 Punches On Teen Who ...
Jan. 16, 2014 - The Inquisitr
- Angela Merkel in BusinessWeek
In an interview broadcast earlier Tuesday on ARD public television, Merkel said it was "smart not to be one-sidedly dependent on one supplier."
- Vladimir Putin in Xinhua
A new base in Bulgaria, another one in Romania, a site for a new missile in Poland and a radar in the Czech republic, what should we do? We cannot one-sidedly watch and observe accords,Putin said.
- Warren Lichtenstein in PR Newswire (press release)
Mr. Lichtenstein added, "SPJSF did not 'one-sidedly and without prior notice commence the Tender Offer.' Over the past several months, SPJSF had several discussions with management regarding its intention to increase its shareholdings. We believe...