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- adv. As a pointed example; in a notable manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a notable manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a notable manner.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. especially; in particular
The Fourth Amendment, after a post-Civil-War expansion and a promising renaissance under the Warren Court (the latter being highlighted in your comment on my blog), has since suffered the death of a thousand cuts from various court rulings, most notably from the USSC.
"From the beginning it has been commercialized by foreigners, notably from the English-speaking nations and Scandinavia, and they have always sold to their own markets."
More than once I heard people talk about not trusting someone from north of the Mason Dixon line (of which I am one), and that people of color (referred to as "darkies") were not to be trusted (most notably from the name partner of a large law firm to his client referring to another attorney in the D.C. area representing a major corporation with whom the client had business dealing with).
Most notably from the perspective of an inter-Sunni breakdown in Anbar Province, which had the potential to flare into violence: after election overseers nullified several fraudulent ballot boxes, the party of the Awakening Councils racked up a narrow victory.
Despite some support from local Catholic groups, there is vocal opposition, notably from the far right Northern League.
Previous efforts to establish equities-type exchanges in this market have failed in the face of strong opposition from most banks, despite heavyweight backing, most notably from the Chicago Mercantile Exchange and Reuters.
The story focuses entirely on the meetings between the two characters -- we never see any of the victims except for photographs, indeed we never leave the woman's apartment (which, notably, is painted black).
Indeed the first Greek responses to the radical feminism, which emerged in the early phases of the French Revolution, came from men, and most notably from the radical exponent of the Greek Enlightenment, Rhigas Velestinlis (or Pherraios) (1757 – 98).
Most notably is the question of if this was even legal and if not who should be getting prosecuted.
Gold and Sullivan's handling of Zola came under criticism, most notably from the Italian himself, but the former has no regrets about the decision they took.