• (adv): In part; in some degree; not wholly.
    Example: "He was partially paralyzed"
    Synonyms: partly, part

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... of Information Act queries, books talking about interception techniques, inferences drawn from partially released documents, and straightforward thinking by electronic engineers ... Some documents released fully or partially under FOIA Red/Black Installation Guidance Specification for Shielded Enclosures Specification for ...
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Armilos - Appearance
... Midrash Vayosha depicts Armilus as bald, partially deaf, partially maimed, and partially leprous ...
Pseudoideal - Basic Definitions
... LU(A) is the set of all lower bounds of the set of all upper bounds of the subset A of a partially ordered set ... A subset I of a partially ordered set (P,≤) is a Doyle pseudoideal, if the following condition holds A subset I of a partially ordered set (P,≤) is a pseudoideal, if the following condition holds ...

Famous quotes containing the word partially:

    He who gives himself entirely to his fellow-men appears to them useless and selfish; but he who gives himself partially to them is pronounced a benefactor and philanthropist.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Before the land rose out of the ocean, and became dry land, chaos reigned; and between high and low water mark, where she is partially disrobed and rising, a sort of chaos reigns still, which only anomalous creatures can inhabit.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    There was an Old Man who supposed,
    That the street door was partially closed;
    Edward Lear (1812–1888)