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synonyms for remotely

  • casually
  • accidentally
  • as a by-product
  • as side effect
  • by the bye
  • by the way
  • fortuitously
  • in passing
  • in related manner
  • not by design
  • obiter
  • parenthetically
  • subordinately
  • unexpectedly
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antonyms for remotely

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  • purposely
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How to use remotely in a sentence

In recent months, many agencies have called back some employees from leave or telework, although the number still working remotely remains high by the government’s traditional practices.
NEARLY 3,500 FEDERAL WORKERS TO GET BENEFITS FOR CONTRACTING THE CORONAVIRUS AT WORKERIC YODERNOVEMBER 20, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Between a relatively unpredictable draft conducted remotely and free agency opening a mere 48 hours later — in November, no less — this was already sure to go down as one of the stranger weeks in the NBA’s 74-year history.
THE UPSIDES AND DOWNSIDES OF THE NBA’S FIVE BIGGEST TRADES SO FARCHRIS HERRING (CHRIS.HERRING@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)NOVEMBER 19, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
While they can handle many of their tasks remotely, Facebook can’t send them its most problematic content, such as sexual exploitation content.
FACEBOOK SAYS IT LABELED 180 MILLION DEBUNKED POSTS AHEAD OF THE ELECTIONRACHEL LERMAN, HEATHER KELLYNOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Authors hunkering down at home became Zoom ’toonists, sometimes drawing remotely for fans, sometimes reading their works to school-age audiences in quarantine.
2020 GRAPHIC NOVELS AND COMIC BOOKS: FIVE TRENDS THAT DEFINED THE YEARMICHAEL CAVNANOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Remote work trends Demand for apartments, condos and offices has weakened in many locations because many employees continue to work remotely to reduce the spread of the virus.
AMAZON UPDATE: SECOND HEADQUARTERS DEVELOPMENT AND THE AREA’S HOUSING MARKETMICHELE LERNERNOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
It’s not quite as obvious where people are moving to and if they’ve actually moved since everybody’s working remotely.
SILICON VALLEY LOSES ANOTHER TECH ICONRHHACKETTFORTUNENOVEMBER 17, 2020FORTUNE
At a time when so many employees are working remotely, and possibly in isolation, the company has made community building a major focus.
YOUR EMPLOYEES ARE NOT OKAY: HOW TO HANDLE MENTAL HEALTH AT WORK DURING A PANDEMICERIKA FRYNOVEMBER 16, 2020FORTUNE
Students will finish the semester remotely starting Thursday, the university said.
FROSTBURG STATE UNIVERSITY CANCELS IN-PERSON CLASSES, AGAIN, AS VIRUS SURGES THROUGH WESTERN MARYLANDLAUREN LUMPKINNOVEMBER 11, 2020WASHINGTON POST
The company has said that it saved, on average, $300,000 for every hour of programming produced remotely.
TV NETWORKS CUT COSTS TO CONFRONT SHRINKING PROFITS AMID STREAMING SHIFTTIM PETERSONNOVEMBER 11, 2020DIGIDAY
The Houston Texans and Chicago Bears announced Thursday morning they were closing their facilities and operating remotely after a positive test by a player on each team.
LIONS’ MATTHEW STAFFORD, MULTIPLE 49ERS OFFENSIVE PLAYERS PLACED ON TEAMS’ COVID-19 LISTSMARK MASKENOVEMBER 5, 2020WASHINGTON POST
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WORDS RELATED TO REMOTELY

  • accidentally
  • as a by-product
  • as side effect
  • by the bye
  • by the way
  • casually
  • fortuitously
  • in passing
  • in related manner
  • not by design
  • obiter
  • parenthetically
  • remotely
  • subordinately
  • unexpectedly
  • calmly
  • placidly
  • remotely
  • serenely
  • tranquilly
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