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symbolically

sim bo li kuh lee

  • r  in a symbolic manner
    symbolically accepted goals
  • r  by means of symbols
    symbolically expressed

  • In one of the most symbolically important moments of the general election, former Secretary of State Colin Powell announced today that he is endorsing Barack Obama for President .
  • In one of the most symbolically important moments of the general election, former Secretary of State Colin Powell announced today that he is endorsing Barack Obama for President.
  • That made the election of an openly gay person, not a straight ally, symbolically crucial.
News & Articles

  • In straw poll, Mecklenburg County Commissioners vote to raise taxes
    Mecklenburg County Commissioners voted symbolically Tuesday night to raise the tax rate 2.35 cents. During Tuesday's straw vote, commissioners spent four hours hammering out details of the proposed $1.6 billion budget.
    June 12, 2013 - WBTV Charlotte
  • Puerto Rico Gov. Repeats Call To Free Oscar Lopez, Independence Fighter
    A group of protesters locked themselves up symbolically last month in a model jail cell for 15 minutes at a time to protest López’s imprisonment.
    June 11, 2013 - The Huffington Post
  • Delegations From Rival Koreas Meet At Panmunjom
    For the first time in two years, delegations from North and South Korea sat down for talks aimed at ratcheting down escalating tensions on the peninsula. The meeting took place at the symbolically significant border village of Panmunjom, where nearly 60 years ago the two sides signed an armistice...
    June 9, 2013 - Georgia Public Broadcasting
Quotes

  • Ben Buckley in World Football Insider
    In all cases, gifts given are specifically selected as symbolically representative of Australian culture and are consistent with FIFA's regulations relating to gift giving,he wrote in a letter to the newspaper.
  • David Paterson in Newsday
    On Thursday, Paterson said he will "symbolically make the gesture for the state" but doesn't want to ask anyone else to do the same.
  • Brendan Nelson in Times Online
    In some of his first words since taking over from Mr Howard, Dr Nelson underlined the cultural shift, saying: "Whatever some critics of the Kyoto Protocol might think, it's symbolically important to Australians and I think the most important thing...

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