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While Ryan’s team had made a commitment to being open with the numbers, plans to release them publicly were accelerated by recent events.

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They are scheduled to open the second round Thursday against Boston, but Nurse said his players were already having discussions about not playing.

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Stellar gatherings such as the Hyades are known as open star clusters.

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However, the group of subscribers that came to the brand through the referral program still has a higher than average open rate — its average is around 40% — similar to The Daily Pnut and The Hustle.

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In the 70s, this myth kept openly gay people out of teaching positions.

The use of slurs from both characters makes it clear just how “new” the idea of an openly gay son is even in this time.

Politicians who openly associated with Duke, or his hard-core associates, did so at their own risk.

They took an anti-establishment stance to a new level, openly opposing the government.

Whether it is openly stated or not, I think everyone is wondering if they could find “the one.”

Seeing that this would not be conceded, he commenced to persecute Christians openly and secretly.

Heresies for which men used to be burned alive are now openly accepted by the Church.

Never has it been so wretched, as is affirmed openly by the oldest residents here, as well as by me.

Junot and Ney were openly contemptuous, Regnier hung back, and was three weeks late in his arrangements.

Americans were frequently insulted, called cowards, and openly menaced by the insurgents.


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On this page you'll find 51 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to openly, such as: blatantly, brazenly, candidly, flagrantly, forthrightly, and fully.

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