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adverb as in orally

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Doyle and Ferentz were the only coaches mentioned by name in the report, though three coaches were accused of bullying players and being verbally abusive.

The board also raised the question of whether officers should have a duty to self-report when someone verbally accuses them of bias, or when a video turns up on social media.

During the voting, Bowser called on each of the three women electors to verbally announce the two candidates for whom they voted, first for president and then for vice president.

Lily had volunteered to take part in some live matchmaking by verbally filling out one of our questionnaires on stage.

Neekoly Solis, an SDSU junior and first-year transfer student, said each test-taker now has to verbally explain each of their calculations to their webcam every time they use their calculators during an exam.

She was sexually and verbally abused, leading her to the brink of suicide.

For the next hour, she verbally humiliated him while he licked her boots and feet until they were completely cleaned.

Uber driver allegedly verbally and physically abuses passenger, Uber neglects to even apologize.

Portman verbally endorsed same-sex marriage after his son came out as gay in 2013.

In November 2013, a San Francisco man alleged that he was physically and verbally abused by an Uber driver.

I have translated this sentence verbally from my note-book, as it may give some idea of Mademoiselle Sillery.

But then, too, I wasn't thinking about pay for lawyers but she made that connection verbally in my presence.

The conversation, it must be admitted, sounds commonplace when verbally recorded.

This league is made verbally if the party cannot write; and such as can write sign a written covenant with their blood.

Probably cited from recollection of Saint Augustine, but the passage is not verbally to be found.


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