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aridly

[ˈærɪdlɪ] advaridamente
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Six Pretty Good Books explores the social sciences through books by prominent authors including Steven Pinker, Nicholas Christakis, Robert Frank, Duncan Watts, and Dan Aridly.
This finding left Aridly with even more questions: What enticed them?
Shackle's early work was more aridly mathematical; perhaps he was still winning his professional spurs and could not yet presume to express ideas with only insight and poetic prowess to back them.
Nay, sterile all and granite-knit: Weather nor weather strain ye rue, But aridly you cleave the blue As lording it.
Like several Nobel Laureates before him, Aridly draws from experimental observations to determine how people actually function in the marketplace, instead of assuming they act rationally, as in classical economics.
In Insite, the British Columbia Court of Appeal addresses the division of powers question in an aridly formal way.
From the deeply philosophical to the practical, and from global issues to community concerns, I think you will be interested in what Mary Malgoire, Dan Aridly, Shlomo Benartzi, Dick Wagner, Elissa Buie, and Dick Vodra have to say.