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[ adverb ] as follows
Synonyms Used in print (Jaroslav Pelikan, The Shape of Death: life, death and...)This leads Irenaeus to the somewhat startling notion that Adam and Eve died on the same day that they disobeyed , namely , on a Friday , as a parallel to the death of Christ on Good_Friday ; he sees a parallel also to the Jewish day of preparation for the Sabbath . (Kenneth Hoffman and Ray Kunze, Linear Al...)First , T may not have a single characteristic value ; this is really a deficiency in the scalar_field , namely , that it is not algebraically closed . (R. P. Jerrard, "Inscribed squares in plane curves"...)With each vertex we associate certain numerical values , namely the set of positive differences in the parameter t between the vertex and its corresponding forward corner points . The fact that there can not be any limit_points of the set except in closed_intervals follows from the argument used in Lemma 1 , namely , that near any tangent point in the Cplane the curves C and **f are analytic , and therefore the difference between them must be a monotone function in some neighborhood on either side of the tangent point . (Brand Blanshard, "The Emotive Theory," Robert...)I hold , on_the_contrary , that we mean to assert something of the pain itself , namely , that it was bad  bad when and as it occurred . 
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