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  • r  with respect to science; in a scientific way
    this is scientifically interesting

  • The cause of this destruction was kala-azar (scientifically known as visceral leishmaniasis), a deadly disease caused by a parasitic protozoan.
  • Drinking has not been scientifically proved to stimulate appetite, but too much beer, wine or liquor can impair judgment, causing us to eat more.
  • Investigators tested the benefits of calcium and vitamin D in the most scientifically rigorous way possible--with a double-blind, placebo-controlled trial.
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  • Dr Richard Carmona in San Jose Mercury News
    However, there was already a policy in place that didn't want to hear the science, but wanted to quote, unquote preach abstinence, which I felt was scientifically incorrect,Carmona said.
  • Pope Benedict XVI in USA Today
    The pope (John Paul) had his reasons for saying this,Benedict said. "But it is also true that the theory of evolution is not a complete, scientifically proven theory."
  • Steve Squyres in BBC News
    We may not get there, but it is scientifically the right direction to go anyway,said Steve Squyres of Cornell University, principal investigator for the science instruments on Opportunity and Spirit. "This crater is staggeringly large...

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