eruditely


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er·u·dite

 (ĕr′yə-dīt′, ĕr′ə-)
adj.
Having or showing great knowledge or learning. See Synonyms at learned.

[Middle English erudit, from Latin ērudītus, past participle of ērudīre, to instruct : ē-, ex-, ex- + rudis, rough, untaught; see rude.]

er′u·dite′ly adv.
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Adv.1.eruditely - with erudition; in an erudite manner; "he talked eruditely about Indian mythology"
Translations

eruditely

[ˈerʊdaɪtlɪ] ADVeruditamente

eruditely

advgelehrt

eruditely

[ˈɛruˌdaɪtlɪ] adveruditamente
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Although, as Memon explains eruditely, the PWM was the single-most powerful literary force in India at that point, it soon fell prey to its own ideological rigidity and dogmatism.
Extensive notes and an index round out this scholarly, heavily-researched, and eruditely written recontexualization of Detroit's history, highly recommended especially for public and college library American History collections.
In this book he eruditely acknowledges the qualities that the continent, despite its occasional slips into (self-) destruction, always managed to bring up: refined twists of cognition, breathtaking pinnacles of intellectual endeavors, enviable breadth in the grasp of tradition, together with its irreplaceable, soft and mellow irony.
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First, positive obligations exist in other international human rights agreements, such as the ICCPR (118) and the ICESCR, (119) which are open for accession, and which many nations have eruditely signed.
The notion that the re-building of the Holy Temple is the sole responsibility of the Jewish people is the bedrock on which the Temple Institute was established, however these arguments have never been presented to the masses so eruditely in English and will likely be seen as controversial, making waves within the Orthodox Jewish world.
Fletcher is arguably the Baggies' most approachable and amiable player, able to talk as eruditely and as passionately about tactics as the Albion Foundation's community work or the club's commercial projects in India.
Critique: A collective work of outstanding and seminal scholarship, "Schleswig Holstein" is comprised of fifteen eruditely written and exceptionally informative articles by expert and knowledgeable contributors.
A former Inquirer scholar, may she write as succinctly as our staffers and as eruditely as Supreme Court justices.
Thus, it is not surprising that Ukraine would be discussed by Charlie Rose and assorted guests and, less eruditely, on the McLaughlin Group.
And in modern culture we have Aslan in The Chronicles of Narnia and, slightly less eruditely, we have it Disneyfied as The Lion King.
The de Gunzburgs talk passionately and eruditely about the works they own, and it is clear that the decisions they make are arrived at together.