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Meanings and phrases
- in the right manner; decently; decent; in good order; right; the right way
- with reason or justice; by rights
- in actual fact; strictly speaking; to be precise
- The city is yet not properly ready to settle in.
- Since 1922 it's not properly a rank but a "military dignity".
- If the limb is not properly protected, it may get frostbitten.
- PQCC might more properly be referred to as a compiler generator.
- The people known as the Gweno (or more properly "Asu") are a Chaga ethnic and linguistic group.
- In insects, the blood (more properly called hemolymph) is not involved in the transport of oxygen.
- Most computer devices require programs to function properly.
- either – WordStar does not function properly on these operating systems.
- The brain requires the use of many neurosteroids to develop and function properly.
- The FCB interface does not work properly on Windows NT, 2000, etc.
- Ganesh Duttji then advises Raju to keep having faith in Krishna and do work properly.
- The Fido software required changes to the serial drivers to work properly on the Rainbow.
- The FA decreed she had not been properly registered and Arsenal were deducted three points.
- By 2004, more than eight years after they had been moved, the displaced farmers had not been properly compensated.
- Both groups may include among them Catholics who, as in too many other areas of doctrine, have not been properly catechized."
- It was the commission's impression that the captain failed to properly monitor the approach, and crew resource management broke down.
- During the task, Billy is comfortable with the material, but his team receives no score because he failed to properly log his calls for review.
- Residents planned to sue the city and federal governments over the green space demolition, challenging that NYCHA failed to properly assess the school's impact on the development.
- The day before Easter is properly called Holy Saturday.
- (The effect of rapidly changing pitch is properly called "vibrato".
- This change the holy Catholic Church has fittingly and properly called transubstantiation."
- He instructs Kingdon on how to properly seduce a woman.
- There is also an entire bible written on how to properly bootstrap by Seth Godin.
- An important problem of deontic logic is that of how to properly represent conditional obligations, e.g.
- A Bidan and a GP, who are not always properly trained for BEOC/PONED, staff these centres.
- Forming an alliance, the Black Cat properly trained the lost Tejano in martial arts and stealth.
- A properly trained and equipped diver will be able to correct this either by BC inflation or weight shedding.