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  • r  in a superficial manner
    he was superficially interested

  • The bones were obviously old, and when the coroner asked for an opinion, Chatters' off-the-cuff guess, based on the skull's superficially Caucasoid features, was that they probably .
  • Over the years, these allegations seemed at least superficially credible in light of the emergence in 1946 of Colonel Juan Peron as the leader of a defiant, nationalist Argentina.
  • That's really all Park needs Never have the minutiae of office life been so lovingly cataloged and collated The Mezzanine, Then We Came to the End (a book it superficially .
News & Articles

  • Lobster, a New Game Programming Language, Now Available As Open Source
    Aardappel writes "Lobster is a new programming language targeting game programming specifically, building on top of OpenGL, SDL 2 and FreeType. The language looks superficially similar to Python, but is its own blend of fun features. It's open source (ZLIB license) and available on GitHub." Read more of this story at Slashdot.
    June 19, 2013 - Slashdot
Quotes

  • Damian Green in Guardian Unlimited
    We must resist measures, however superficially alluring, that could undermine the effective functioning of our cherished single market. National supervisors, such as the FSA, must remain responsible for supervising individual companies. Making... Alistair Darling http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alistair_Darling&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNERA3oIuPoL2qfxqAbkG3G-DBaQvQ guardian.co.uk http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/dec/02/darling-warns-eu-finance-commissioner&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNHh_8gkBJ5J6oWBHPNuDNi-7nLJBA Dec 2, 2009 96613 128142 superficially Damian Green, the shadow immigration minister, said: The underlying problem is that the government has lost control of the immigration system, so has been reduced to making superficially tough gestures. In this case, this posturing has backfired...
  • Walter Bedell Smith in International Herald Tribune
    In her 1990 biography of Paley , "In All His Glory," Sally Bedell Smith wrote: "Temperamentally, the two men were opposites: Paley, the man of boundless charm, superficially warm but essentially heartless and self-absorbed; Stanton, the...

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