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adverb as in reliably

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We developed a sneeze simulation model from the front of a person to model virtual particles to see the scientific simulation of the human sneeze to evaluate how pathogens, such as covid, would spread.

The scientific papers included in the SciTldr dataset average 5,000 words.

The scientific community remains divided on the potential of antigen tests.

An evolution of scientific thinking about masks in the United States occurred amid the pandemic.

A lover of solitude who manages teams, an engineer who writes poetry and paints, a family man who spends several months a year on remote Antarctic glaciers, installing delicate scientific instruments.

But Hayes has concerns about promoting news of scientifically approved sleeping around.

Now we can set up a scientifically well prepared study to evaluate the transfusions vs. improved care.

A scientifically-based inventory of strands tells you which cannabinoid will reduce your blood sugar levels.

It has not been scientifically validated that it even indirectly causes damage.

But for all these cases, there is no scientifically-valid evidence to support their predictions.

A baronet scientifically skilled in pugilism, enjoyed no pleasure so much as giving gratuitous instructions in his favorite art.

This poison, a common and easily available one shows up like an electric sign when not scientifically administered.

This gas kills instantly unless scientifically administered.

When scientifically administered the fatal dose is less than one billionth the weight of an ordinary human body.

He actually applies on his canvas the laws which are known to hold with light and color scientifically.


On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to scientifically, such as: accurately, carefully, dependably, and exactly.

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