egally

egally

(ˈiːɡəlɪ)
adv
obsolete equally
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One of the more shocking images from inside one of the flats shows ill egally connected pipes which took waste from the top floor and ran down the main stairs.
Slovakian Tancosova, 35 - who lives egally in the UK as an EU citizen - was ast night behind bars after being jailed or 12 months for her part in the scam, or which she was paid.
Colin Flynn, assistant director of UK Border Agency Operations in Tyne Tees, said: "We will seek to remove from the country anyone found to be here ill egally.
Impact fee ordinances have often been met with developer lawsuits, so making their formulas l egally defensible is a must for any consulting firm.
Parliament merely had to provide the legal environment necessary to ensure that a sufficient and l egally sound currency was available.
31) In any case, the fact that military intervention in a sovereign nation's internal affairs may be l egally permissible, or even mandated, under certain conditions strongly implies that so may intervention in the form of participation in international war crimes tribunals.