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con·tex·tu·al

 (kən-tĕks′cho͞o-əl, kŏn-)
adj.
Of, involving, or depending on a context.

con·tex′tu·al·ly adv.
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Adv.1.contextually - in a manner dependent on context
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Others of us believe Christian art was at first contextually symbolic and not directly related to the intellectual or even devotional life of the early church.
Brown" was not chosen by Clinton to head the Commerce Department), is that these profiles are only linked thematically, not contextually.
ARIA's architecture is clearly different then that of the surrounding area, yet it works well contextually," says Elliot J.
I find magnetism, or electromagnetism, contextually compelling as the 'invisible' or immaterial basis of computer technology and of every kind of information recording and transfer.
Some of Baca's stories contain strong language that is contextually and aesthetically appropriate; however, teachers and parents need to decide whether younger readers should be exposed to these exceptionally well-written and important stories.
A number of studies have verified that when subjects are taught to make conditional discriminations in particular contexts, they will subsequently demonstrate equivalence relations that are contextually controlled (Bush, Sidman, & de Rose, 1989; Gatch & Osborne, 1989; Lazar & Kotlarchyk, 1986; Wulfert & Hayes, 1988).
The book is contextually generous and capacious, then, but it also fits significantly into the context of Weimann's own previous work.
The concluding chapters on Poe's Pym and Douglass's Narrative are individually useful and interesting as contextually based readings of canonical texts (Gardner's reading of Poe draws interestingly on Poe's dabblings in graphology), but they are less convincing as the culmination of the overall argument of Master Plots.