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conveying or resembling a compliment

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Matthew George Lewis, the son of the Deputy Secretary at War, has been familiarly, perhaps complimentarily, called Monk Lewis, from a Romance written by him, of which the genius and the indecorum are about equal.
Results of the nine VES and IP soundings were used complimentarily to arrive at the lithological description inferred in this work.
The two leaders further emphasized the importance of strengthening the strategic energy partnership based on complimentarily and interdependence, as outlined in the Delhi Declaration, including meeting India's increasing requirement of crude oil supplies, and identifying and implementing specific projects for cooperation including in the areas of new and renewable energy.
Moreover, as an individual's work lies within the broader framework of organizational activities, the acceptance of the second hypothesis further corroborates the theoretical presumption that an individual's attachment to his/her workplace as reflected by his/her level of affective commitment will complimentarily influence the degree to which he/she is involved in his/her job.
The workshop was aimed to reduce possible conflict on implementation of similar programmes by the development partners and GOSS, and instead work complimentarily.
Both languages have been able to interweave complimentarily through her works.
By this eternity, I mean unity and complimentarily of our world.
66) His personal manner might be perceived as uncouth, crass, and generally awkward, nevertheless we are invited now to picture Huck Finn, the Penman, scrupulously and reservedly as well as respectfully and complimentarily composing an extended epistolary address (illustrated in the first American edition with a selvage image of the protagonist bowing exceedingly decorously to the audience).
Hezbollah is a national resistance that is working complimentarily with the Lebanese Army because without Hezbollah Israel can go wherever they want, just like they did during the 1982 (invasion) of Beirut.
I would describe him differently and not complimentarily.
Due to Habermas's growing interest and reflections upon the role of religion in liberal democracies, Barth's thought may complimentarily contribute to Habermas's underdeveloped notion of solidarity.
When one examines the Court's political rights cases, it becomes apparent that the Court uses both individual rights and structural approaches complimentarily to address or stem the structural pathologies, such as legislative self-entrenchment, of the political process.
The NYC In A Box CD-ROM, a comprehensive overview of New York residential real estate, is offered complimentarily by braddock + purcell.
Choi) complimentarily demonstrate the opposite strategies that were available for the women in the colony--notably, either joining the male-projected nationalist "whole" as a constitutive part or secluding themselves in a symbolic order that was outside colonial domination and male-dominant nationalist discourse; these eloquently parallel feminist dilemma today in recounting the interrelation between the colonial history and gendered identity in and beyond Korea.