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in·for·ma·tive

 (ĭn-fôr′mə-tĭv)
adj.
Serving to inform; providing or disclosing information; instructive.

in·for′ma·tive·ly adv.
in·for′ma·tive·ness n.
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Adv.1.informatively - in an informative manner
uninformatively, uninstructively - in an uninformative manner; "`I can't tell you when the manager will arrive,' he said rather uninformatively"
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Critique: Extraordinarily well written, organized, illustrated, and presented, "Thermodynamic Interactions: An Exploration into Material, Physiological and Territorial Atmospheres" is especially and unreservedly recommended as an informatively seminal work of exceptional scholarship, and core addition to professional, college, and academic library reference collections and supplemental studies lists.
Informatively written by Eileen Clancy Biegel and compellingly illustrated by Suy Lynn Cotton, for children in grades K-6, "Ocean One: Only One Ocean.
Binder is a recognized authority on the history of organized crime in Chicago, and in "Al Capone's Beer Wars" informatively discusses in impressive detail all the important bootlegging gangs in the city and the suburbs--and also examines the other major rackets including prostitution, gambling, labor and business racketeering, and narcotics.
Bracknell forest council is looking to better and more informatively display information within departments, so senior managers are able to see a greater overview of council business in one place.
From the migrations of the Dust Bowl, to the birth of the Bakersfield Sound, to the foundation of America's fast-food culture, the history of California has happened along Highway 99,--and "Highway 99" informatively depicts that history.
Critique: "Walter Ufer: Rise, Fall, Resurrection" by Dean Porter (Director Emeritus of The Snite Museum of Art, University of Notre Dame) informatively examines the life and artistic career of one of America's most talented artists, but who is relatively unknown outside a small circle of collectors and scholars.
Critique: An impressively candid, informatively detailed, inherently fascinating insider account, "That Punk Jimmy Hoffa
The glossary at the back also adds to this book's informatively helpful charm.
This collection blurs the distinction between reportage and fiction, but felicitously and informatively.
Having the paper's advertising manager/director present at PI meetings, I would think, would be a good thing--allowing them to be both advertisers' surrogate, in terms of potential outside perspective the editorial staff might not immediately see, and to be "in the loop," so as to informatively, sincerely, and authoritatively be able to represent and vouch for the internal process to any advertiser with questions or concerns.
Literature sources used in preparing the manuscript and referred to should be summarized in the text as shortly, concisely and informatively as possible.
For example, ivory poaching will interest younger readers and will stimulate many questions upon which to research and subsequently write about, either informatively or narratively through characters such as Caesar.

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