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  • adverb In a pointful way.


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  • Herman Cornejo is more instantly heart-catching as Pyotr, though Marcelo Gomes's interpretation is more pointfully accentuated and roguishly detailed.

    NYT > Home Page By ALASTAIR MACAULAY 2011

  • Perhaps more pointfully, can you describe any hypothetical child who is actually able to perform according to the state’s standard, but who won’t be able to answer that question correctly because of a cultural difference?

    More Evidence of Cultural Bias in Testing - Freakonomics Blog - 2007


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