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hearteningly

(ˈhɑːtənɪŋlɪ)
adv
in a manner that heartens
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But hearteningly, the real police officers know their community and have a strong sense of what to do and who they need to talk to in order to solve the crime.
Hearteningly, I have come across several chain hotels recently that have humans at the helm, who have got away with surreptitious and, for me, most appealing personal touches.
Most hearteningly, "growth will be powered by the non-oil sector aACA* [as] a host of leading indicators point to further expansion".
The prospects are hearteningly improved this year as a result of last fall's election, which increased Democratic majorities in the Legislature and should enable Democrats to withstand fierce lobbying by gun-rights groups, possible Democratic defections and the lockstep opposition of Republicans.
Invidious to select highlights on this special occasion, but Little and Lenehan were memorable in the Legende by Lyndon's beloved Delius, and Rebecca Omordia delivered hearteningly idiomatic accounts of John Ireland's Columbine and Scarlet Ceremonies.
And hearteningly, not one would have swapped their careers for the cash laden careers on offer in the modern age.
Links to his videos, quotes from his films and, hearteningly, to informative articles about depression and suicide which attempted to counter some of the damaging narratives emerging - such as that depression is something you can "snap out of" if you simply reflect on your charmed life as a Hollywood comedian.
U-Vistract propaganda mediated these class distinctions by portraying the poor, not merely as morally deserving but as hearteningly capable of achieving their own development without making undue demands on middle-class resources.
Hearteningly, this deeply-moving story about a pensioner wondering what happened to her young son put up for adoption was at No.
Finally the boy monster drops off to sleep, hoping his mother will somehow find something to love in such a monstrous boy, when he hears his father declare, hearteningly, "He isn't a monster, he takes after me
Hearteningly, child psychiatrist Rose feels that, while wider society may be 'stuck' in this traditional perception of self-harm, professionals who work with children and young people have most definitely 'moved on' from this view.
Hearteningly, despite the fact it still divides communities, much of the graffiti (which is encouraged) is positive and forward-looking.