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Antonyms for justifiably

with good reason

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Fuel scarcity can only be abated if NNPC can import massively and distribute justifiably with IPMAN, major marketers and NNPC having their usual allocations of 40 percent, 30 percent and 30 percent respectively', he said.
But Mr Justice Davis, sitting with Lord Justice Pitchford and Mr Justice Dingemans, said: "This sentence was tough but justifiably so.
You have to face the reality of how people justifiably react to a burglary THE LORD CHIEF JUSTICE
This memorial, is a symbol of nation, which is justifiably proud of the dedication and devotion to duty of all Infantry men.
Looking forward to the Cartier Awards, which will justifiably be a benefit for Sea The Stars.
I KNOW the health service sometimes comes in for criticism, and justifiably so on many occasions, but I recently had cause to go to my doctor with a worrying lump.
THE ROCK champion Chris Paisley's disappointment at losing the English Amateur final at the weekend will be justifiably eased by a rational assessment of how much honour this likeable young man is bestowing on his club, Stocksfield, his go-ahead county of Northumberland and the whole of the North East.
Gatland admits the standing of the RBS 6 Nations south of the equator has justifiably been hit by a succession of hidings.
They put on many demonstrations at events in the city for which they were justifiably proud.
Embryonic stem-cell research has become a very controversial issue over the last few years--and justifiably so.
And here's an area where we Americans can be justifiably proud about how we do things.
Every time the Texas sails, you can be justifiably proud that she carries a piece of each of you with her," said Adm.
Parents will also, justifiably, need reassurance about school safety.
Literary Prize for Confederate History--and justifiably so