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Synonyms for advertently

in a careful deliberate manner

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Samantha Frost (2011) addresses this well when she writes that many feminists "are likely to be suspicious of any 'biologizing' move that might, advertently or inadvertently, dress up power relations and disciplining norms as a force of nature or a biological imperative" (p.
RNCOS' study leads to the proposition that innovation has huge scope in this field and its analysts have advertently elaborated some of the emerging insulin delivery devices.
At the same time, by making beauty immediately available to Howard through the venue of the PowerPoint presentation, Smith is less advertently exposing the specific conditions under which Scarry's argument has worked.
There is a possibility that if inadvertently or advertently somebody moves infected poultry across the border from one country to another you can have a spread of the virus," said Subhash Morzaria, Asia regional manager for the FAO's emergency centre for animal diseases.
This advertently created a new style of extra bitter, extra powerful beers called India Pale Ales (IPAs).
By deliberation, I am not referring here to the specific intent requirements that may be set out in a particular offence, but to the general idea that crimes are usually committed advertently.
In keeping with the results of this study for stimulating positive effect of diversity in on going work groups the managers has to advertently create groups with appropriate match of interdependence to enhance job satisfaction and commitment.
While this does not in itself sound harmful, the speech went on to suggest that it was time for "less passive tolerance" and "more active, muscular liberalism" when dealing with extremism - either advertently or inadvertently linking extremism with culture.
Elaborating, he said journalists should not breach others' freedom or insult them advertently or inadvertently.
Plus it's huge so you'll have no trouble finding a little bit of heaven all to yourself - but do note that by drifting into the territory belonging to the army firing range above the beach to the south you might in advertently be volunteering yourself for a spot of target practice.
Hardey (2002) describes incidents where unidentified online sources have inadvertently or advertently become creators of untrustworthy health information and unregulated distributors of healthcare.
The second incident arose the week before Christmas when I advertently overstayed my welcome by ten minutes in Aldi, Milnsbridge car park.
In my eyes, the Calvin Klein woman embodies what I find beautiful in a woman -- someone who's sensual, attractive and strong, but not advertently sexy.
No matter, with dark sunshades on, whatever 72 Ijaz Butt, PCB's chairman had to say, if he ever did, country's cricket seems jeopardised, advertently needing to start a period of renaissance.