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adv.1.In a septic manner; in a manner tending to promote putrefaction.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Works such as Lenkbarer Genosse (Tractable Comrade), 1971, an anti septically white anthropomorphic shape equipped with handles, feed on the same unease embodied by the robotic creatures stomping or rolling through so many futuristic dystopias: the fear that technology might override humanity, that we might lose control of our own inventions.
It's hard to pinpoint where the leakage in this latest Abbas- Mustan adventure-caper begins to seep septically into the plot.
coli colonies counting, (Collins and Lyne, 1984) caecal content specimens were taken a septically one gram of each caecal content was mixed with 9 ml saline for preparation of a ten fold dilution.