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 (ĭ-lŭs′trə-tĭv, ĭl′ə-strā′tĭv)
Acting or serving as an illustration.

il·lus′tra·tive·ly adv.
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Illustratively, while New England, Green Bay and New Orleans posted the best straight-up marks for 2010-2011, only New England and Green Bay repeated for 2011-2012.
5,000 bbl/d of $US contacts in Q3 2015 illustratively converted to C$ at a rate of C$1.
In the CPI, weight of food is high, illustratively, 47.
Illustratively, the Great Barrier Reef is the largest complex of coral reefs and islands in the world.
Rachel includes her own nanny rules based off of lessons learned from her experiences and those of the other mothers in illustratively featured in "Who's Going to Watch My Kids?
I believe that, through his work, Musinde , in his capacity as honorary Vice-Chancellor of the University of Lubumbashi, has illustratively paid tribute to the motto of his alma mater: scientia splendet et conscientia.
Illustratively, a 2005 Gallup survey, incorporating telephone interviews with 1,002 American adults, found that 32% of interviewees believed that ghosts (spirits of dead people) could return to certain places/situations; 37% considered houses could be haunted (Moore, 2005).
61) On March 8, 1995, Radovan Karadzic illustratively issued a directive outlining the Bosnian Serb army's strategic objectives, which entailed "creating] an unbearable situation of total insecurity with no hope of further survival or life for the inhabitants of Srebrenica and Zepa.
Illustratively, in their pre-grant opposition filed against the application at the patent office, the CPAA [(Cancer Patients Aid Association)] recommended that "efficacy" be interpreted in a drug regulatory manner.
Illustratively, IMF Report (2014:19) concludes, "There is consensus that structural reforms are going to be the lynchpin of an eventual rebound in growth".
Illustratively, ease of entry defeats monopolization claims; (1) mergers effecting modest increases in concentration pass muster under the agencies' review standards; (2) complaints alleging behaviors that make no economic sense fail to state a claim; (3) a manufacturer can require its retailers not to sell below a minimum price; (4) firms with less than fifty percent of a market cannot monopolize that market as a matter of law; (5) and firms have no duty to deal with their competitors unless they have unilaterally terminated a profitable course of prior dealing.
Illustratively, Cleere was the "social media planner" for HMV.