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Synonyms for fittingly

in an appropriate manner

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Wadge sang a specially written track - fittingly titled The Bridge - 80ft high on a platform on Friday morning to mark BBC Music Day.
How wonderful to see a bronze bust of the late, great Ginger McCain - which, fittingly, overlooks the winner's enclosure - being unveiled by his wife, Beryl, and son, Donald.
Fittingly, Bowman was returning home from a fast-draw exhibition he staged for the Single Action Society's annual convention when he died.
STRIKERS Paul Roberts and Craig Moses shared four goals at MaesyDre as the midWales derby ended fittingly all square in torrid conditions.
Fittingly, in the home of the Vikings, Halton Chamber of Commerce & Enterprise's annual dinner was organised around an, er, .
RATHER fittingly the chracteristics of the old Lord's wicket were banished the last time New Zealand played there in 2004.
In Beauty and the Brut, Fischerspooner's art-rock narrative score is fittingly tongue-in-cheek for Petronio's super-beautiful/super-nasty partnering.
RETIRING hometown hero Shaun Pollock fittingly hit the winning runs in his last international match at Kingsmead in Durban as South Africa cruised to a five-wicket victory over West Indies.
Fittingly, finale What Do You Know is a lush instrumental that wouldn't be out of place in a Bond film.
The reptile, perhaps fittingly named Mozart, resides at the Aquatopia zoo in Antwerp.
Fittingly, when designing this modest house on a typically cramped Tokyo site, the architect chose to create Fuji in microcosm: an unreachable subject of contemplation.
In March a Senate committee approved Clinton's bill authorizing government-funded research on "the effects of viewing and using electronic media, including television, computers, video games, and the Internet, on children's cognitive, social, physical, and psychological development" Fittingly, since Clinton likens these diversions to a plague, the research would be overseen by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Fittingly, then, these oddball pictures are totally unexpected, yet unmistakably his own.
Author O'Neill is, fittingly, a prize-winning historian of Alaska, and his writing skills are fully up to his subject.
After handling the sales of some of the year's biggest residential deals, including the dispositions of Macklowe's River Terrace and the Resnicks' The Gershwin in recent weeks, Eastdil's Doug Harmon will cap off the summer fittingly by tackling his biggest assignment yet, the sale of ultra-luxury residential rental building, The Langham.