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declaredly

(dɪˈklɛərɪdlɪ)
adv
known to be; officially
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The second and third are liberal trends of feminism divided between a reformist school around the Ahfad University for Women's Gender Studies Institute under the directorship of Balghis Badri and a number of declaredly activist and occasionally confrontational initiatives such as 'No for Women's Oppression' or civil society organisations dedicated to the promotion of a trademark 'feminism' with a focus on sexuality and domestic violence such as the Salmmah Women's Resource Centre.
30) On the one hand, her body and soul are declaredly separate entities, and yet Isabella tacitly acknowledges their inseparability: the death of her temporal body would secure the everlasting health of a soul imperilled by Angelo's lust.
Tamimi, "India has very skillfully determined her objectives at international level, that is to make her a big power and for the same objective she is declaredly trying to get a permanent seat in the Security Council of UNO, along with Veto power like other five world powers" (Tamimi, 2010: VII).
This can be linked to the objective of a national "heavy industrialization," which was one of the main points of the MSP program in the 1970s, declaredly aiming to make Turkey more independent and to reduce emigration.
The Government launched this scheme declaredly to help people save the large exchange deposit required to buy a home," he said.
In the course of the book, at times there is the feeling that the author is struggling with the very theses he is declaredly supporting (that is, the generally accepted views of Christian theologians regarding Confucianism).
This occurred after a few disputed presidential elections, when the parties representing the dominant sectors were divided, making it possible for an alliance of the declaredly Marxist Communist and the Socialist parties to predominate.
As mentioned before, I have not made a normative argument for this principle, but have postulated it given that my approach is declaredly liberal.
Our demonstration was declaredly nonconfessional," said Paris Archbishop Andre Vingt-Trois, who noted the participation of Jewish and Muslim groups.