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Synonyms for meagrely

to a meager degree or in a meager manner

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Pakistan, he said has an agrarian economy and a majority of the agro-based population was living in rural areas, which was contributing meagrely in green house gas emission.
So the 10,784 men lying here would not have died in some romantic, baying glory on the battlefield, but in slow lonely agony with wounds modern medicine would baulk at, let alone the meagrely equipped tents of World War 1.
The two-wheeler segment, the largest in terms of sales volumes, too posted a meagrely 5.5 per cent growth on account of strong scooter sales.
Since then, the US administrations have been maintaining the status quo while meagrely hinting about no-change of its policy, despite NaMo's spectacular rise, both in popularity and standing in the Indian politics - at least, in public.
The food is cooked by a cook - cum- helper who is meagrely paid ( ` 1,000 per month).
The few survey textbooks on Canadian art are, for the most part, out of date, out of print and meagrely illustrated.
Notably, its assets accounted for Rs13 billion and share in industry was meagrely 0.5 per cent in 2003.
The Federation is meagrely supported by the government and is generating funds through sponsorship and advertisement, he added.
Francis Drake (1540-96) abandoned his companion John Hawkins (1532-95) at San Juan d'Ulloa, Mexico following a fight with the Spanish, leaving Hawkins and his crew aboard the barely seaworthy and meagrely provisioned ship Minion.
Investors did not add reasonable fresh investment into the sector thus private foreign investment in textile progressed meagrely from N3.3 billion in 1997 to N16.7billion in 2006 (CBN 2006) A significant part of this amount was used for the procurement of spare parts.
He is in principle tolerant of women: "[...] Save when he fell in love with Catherine Harrington, he had never been dazzled, indeed, by any feminine characteristics whatever, [...] his private opinion of the more complicated sex was not exalted, [...] he had an idea of the beauty of reason, which was, on the whole, meagrely gratified by what he observed in his female patients" (James).
Martin O'Neill, chairman of the Commons trade and industry committee, called the current 11 per cent pay offer "a bit meagrely".
These terms are often suppressed or meagrely treated in Italian dictionaries.
In Gateshead the meagrely equipped YMCA had to battle for members with the North Eastern Railway Literary Institute, with its well equipped library, games room, billiard table and football teams.