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Synonyms for advertently

in a careful deliberate manner

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However, this important recommendation was deleted, advertently or inadvertently, by DA personnel.
I can't help but think that the central bank may be happy to see the dollar appreciating against the lira, as it is advertently keeping it from taking any bold measure to stem the rise of the currency rate.
During a first-degree murder trial, the jury was in advertently given access to documents with inadmissible evidence that should have been expunged.
Heather Love's turn to the social sciences and Goldstone and Underwood's use of topic modeling are part of a larger movement that advertently or inadvertently functions to reposition literary study as a science.
Such anti- people activities always prove counterproductive for the freedom movement and advertently or inadvertently such acts help the antifreedom movement elements.
Feminist researchers argue that society, including rural America and agricultural professionals, were and still are dominated by males who advertently and/or inadvertently keep women out of positions of power (Lerner, 1979; Murphy & Venet, 1997).
There are families where both conversation and need for conformity is low and parents encourage their children's individuality in advertently, without conversation.
But Martin "omitted", advertently or inadvertently, a statement made by the then Senator John Kerry of Massachusetts.
Advertently, real time applications consume much of the link bandwidth and buffer and starved non real time counterpart.
136) In a symbolic act, which seemed to advertently or inadvertently underscore the importance of his trial, Taylor was the only accused person that the SCSL tried alone.
You have not advertently outlined steps as to how you would deal with similar situations if the arose in the future.
The ban on hanging enforced since 2008 introduced a dichotomy in our legal system as the executive not just failed to meet its constitutional obligation but advertently or inadvertently benefitted the terrorists.
He warned that such dangerous practices could weaken, advertently or inadvertently, the confidence of investors depositors, expatriates, Arabs and foreigners in the Lebanese banking sector.
These exception- al aspects of the curriculum are specifically important in professional education which advertently includes prolonged periods of training throughout professional career.