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Antonyms for reputably

in a reputable manner


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A tree in Sered, Slovakia claims a world record for its black walnut tree, reputably 25 meters (82 feet) tall and over 300 years old.
Established in 1945, Wema Bank is reputably Nigeria's most resilient bank and longest surviving indigenous financial institution.
The final Stage 2 rule represents a significant achievement for RMAs and other reputably credentialed MAs.
By 1750, the new lands south of Boston reputably grew the best turnips, and this tradition carries on today near Cape Cod in the cultivation of the Eastham Turnip, which is actually a white rutabaga.
Pirate relics: The 18th Century carved oak bible box', a leather bound King James II bible and a small oak framed mirror each with the initials 'WK' next to skull and crossbones, reputably to be the property of the pirate captain Kidd, below.
By far the most expensive and reputably the best is the March.
Besides avoiding the usual cliches on the matter, it puts a whole other shade to the darker aspects of Beirut's reputably vibrant nightlife.
professional and reputably solvent perception to the outside world.
This is true not only because it experienced the highest levels of economic growth in the developed world, but also because the Japanese political system reputably produced enlightened macroeconomic and industrial policies that allowed it to be a model of political stability.
It is often best that clinicians rely upon reputably sourced web-based assessments.
Found at Sangiran on Indonesia's Java Island, the jaw is the oldest reputably dated example of "Java Man", the Homo erectus type originally discovered in 1891.
This highly loved tropical fruit was reputably called "The Fruit of the Angels" by Christopher Columbus.
It's the crummy quality of his cinema that many believe makes him the Ed Wood of Indian cinema: reputably the world's worst filmmaker.
We began this report by arguing the value of reformulating old, reputably intractable problems.