Thesaurus / deliberately
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Prosecutors said they were unable to determine whether Kay threw the gun deliberately or reflexively on being shot.
FEDERAL PROSECUTORS WILL NOT PRESS CHARGES AGAINST D.C. OFFICER WHO FATALLY SHOT 18-YEAR-OLD DEON KAYKEITH L. ALEXANDER, PETER HERMANNNOVEMBER 20, 2020WASHINGTON POST
You can use this phenomenon to your advantage by deliberately creating FOMO and driving sales.
HARNESS THE POWER OF INTEGRATED CRO AND SOCIAL MEDIARICKY WANGNOVEMBER 17, 2020SEARCH ENGINE WATCH
If we want to live in a future full of sounds that make us feel good and with fewer of the ones that make our teeth clench, we’ve got to start designing our soundscapes more deliberately.
DELIVERY DRONES COULD DRIVE US BATTY—UNLESS THEY TAKE SOME SONIC CUES FROM OWLSPOPSCI STAFFNOVEMBER 10, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
“And we did that all very deliberately because of that kind of lack of supply,” Gambuzza said.
GOLF BET BIG ON LEGALIZED SPORTS GAMBLING. IT’S PAYING OFF.RICK MAESENOVEMBER 9, 2020WASHINGTON POST
What remains, of course, is the soullessness of it all, and the tendency for its characters to steer deliberately clear of any deep or existential qualms about capitalism, exploitation or any of that.
IN HBO’S SORDID BUT WATCHABLE ‘INDUSTRY,’ THE WORLD NOW BELONGS TO THE ZUPPIESHANK STUEVERNOVEMBER 8, 2020WASHINGTON POST
He's not deliberately cruel, but he's not nice to be around, either.
CAROLYN HAX: HOW TO TELL DAD THAT YOU WANT TO DISPENSE WITH THE UNPLEASANTRIESCAROLYN HAXNOVEMBER 6, 2020WASHINGTON POST
At least an additional 3 million people have missed out because they were deliberately excluded.
MILLIONS STILL HAVEN’T GOTTEN STIMULUS CHECKS, INCLUDING MANY WHO NEED THEM MOSTBY LYDIA DEPILLISOCTOBER 30, 2020PROPUBLICA
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