Combinedly

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cried Ahab to the oarsmen, and the boats darted forward to the attack; but maddened by yesterday's fresh irons that corroded in him, Moby Dick seemed combinedly possessed by all the angels that fell from heaven.
62%, while the WRs for DPT, hepatitis B virus (HBV) and the pentavalent vaccine combinedly have decreased from 17.
If we consider their performances combinedly then they have strengths a/[a+b], and b/[a+b] respectively.
4) According to Supance, Quenelle and Crissman, solitary neurofibroma of larynx are frequently present than combinedly occurring with von Recklinghausen's disease.
Following aseptic precautions, in group I oesophageal defect was closed with a series of interrupted sutures using 5-0 silk for mucosa and muscularis combinedly.
Since then, Sharma has bought three term plans that combinedly cover him for `45 lakh.
These issues, which are combinedly worth over Rs 60,000-70,000 crore, will suck out the liquidity from the market.
The various forms of foreign portfolio investments combinedly worked out the lowest (57 million US dollar) in 1998-99 and the highest (18,391 million US dollars) in 2007-08.
By the end of 2004, combinedly both private and public consumptions accounted for 103.
The Government has licensed 9 companies to operate downstream oil business operation, so far only 7 companies have declared their respective nominal investors combinedly totaling US$ 345.