eristically


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eristically

(ɛˈrɪstɪkəlɪ)
adv
in an eristic manner
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The goalless draw contained plenty of incident, Alan Hansen smuggling a goal bound Adrian Heath shot off the line with his hand, unseen by referee Alan Robinson, and Ian Rush unchar- act eristically scooping over the bar from five yards.
And eristically, would we not do better without the holism, let alone the cult of personality, it presumes?
6) Practitioners of reclusion habitually eschewed official positions; those who seemingly went in and out of reclusion, wrote in the persona of the man in reclusion, or eristically co-opted some of the putative noetic aspects of reclusion were, by all practical accounting, officials.