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Meanings and phrases
- in an aggressive manner; aggressively
- in a well delineated manner; crisply
- changing suddenly in direction and degree; sharp; acutely
- very suddenly and to a great degree; precipitously
- This political stance has been sharply criticized.
- Once in the United States, Solzhenitsyn sharply criticized the West.
- Many of Locke's views were sharply criticized by rationalists and empiricists alike.
- Natural fisheries output in the two lakes declined sharply.
- Both performance and attendance declined sharply after 2009.
- Per capita incomes also declined sharply, falling by 16 per cent.
- More seldom it is sharply defined.
- It was not even a sharply defined concept, with a specific content and reference.
- This occurs at a sharply defined temperature (different for each type of crystal).
- The snout is relatively narrow for a bat of its small size, and the ears are rounded, with a sharply pointed tragus.
- It is 0.8 to 1.2 inches long by 0.5 to 0.6 inches wide, has toothed margins and is rather sharply pointed at the apex.
- The suckers near the base have severely closely set teeth, of which the middle 1-3 are much more slender and sharply pointed.
- The road then turns sharply toward a north-northeast alignment and features an interchange with Interstate 79.
- Initially the river in an easterly direction, until it turns sharply north just south of the village of Kandersteg.
- Just before reaching US 90/SR 10A, the road turns sharply east, crosses US 90/SR 10A, and terminates at its intersection with SR 297.
- After 1950, the number of death sentences fell sharply.
- In 1994, his share of the vote fell sharply.
- Trade in other kinds of fur fell sharply.
- Unemployment rose sharply during the recession.
- Johnston then hit Hutton on the fingers with a ball that rose sharply after pitching.
- Young motherhood seemed to be less attractive and the age of the first birth rose sharply.
- Despite this, movie attendance increased sharply.
- As a result, public debt increased sharply to near 110 percent of GDP in 2003.
- Industrial output increased sharply and unemployment fell during the administration's first year.
- Reviewers were sharply critical of both the author and the book on these ground.
- Austrian author Franz Borkenau was sharply critical of the anarchists in Catalonia.
- In the 1990s, he was sharply critical of the policies adopted by the Russian government.
- The two symphonies divide opinion even more sharply.
- The rim is more sharply formed along the east-southeast side.
- After its steep northern slope the range curves more sharply to the west.
- Due to the many changes the listening figures dropped sharply.
- However, enrollment dropped sharply because of the Panic of 1873.
- After the IPO, shares of Bharti Infratel dropped sharply at the commencement of trading.