from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In a modern manner.
- adv. In modern times; recently.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In modern times.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In modern times.
Clooney portrays modernly debonair, straight-forward Mike Morris, a governor prepping for the Ohio Democratic presidential primary taking place on the ides -- the 15th -- of March.
Whilst I totally agree with you that the basic concept of Escape From New York is ripe with potential to be tapped and modernly updated, it just seems that they are saying things I find kind of dull.
If I wrote a research paper on tattoos and body art, I'd say that "modernly," in North America, we get tattoos 'cause we like the way they look and how they separate us from the pack or sometimes... help us join it.
More modernly, in the aftermath of a financial crisis caused by government intervention in the workings of the economy, the political class chose to jump on the banks that they irrationally bailed out.
More modernly, during the Clinton years the top rate on the highest earners was 39%, yet the S&P rose 208% on Clinton's watch.
NH Monterrey, of the European chain, offers comfortable and modernly-appointed digs at a lower price.
More modernly, a Minneapolis Fed study from 2008 revealed that by 2008, 80% of all business borrowing took place away from what we consider banks.
Very nice house modernly design very neat sajad on 22 Dec 2008 at 12: 23 am # very good
Ask any well-traveled woman who jaunts away often for business, pleasure, or that modernly common mix of both; her trench was most likely her first investment after repeatedly stuffing a heavy wool overcoat into tiny overhead compartments.
First thing that you should know is that a clean interior, with modernly, classy or elegant furniture, is always going to get people react.