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hearteningly

(ˈhɑːtənɪŋlɪ)
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in a manner that heartens
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Hearteningly, a fair number of AUT staff turned up, presumably interested in hearing a range of views on the purpose of universities, the drivers of change, and the shape of university education going forward.
with a takedown notice within 48 hours, (255) but hearteningly, many
Butterfly Conservation President Sir David Attenborough said: "The Comma is one of our most exquisite butterflies and hearteningly is a butterfly success story.
The participants in our study credited the program and the Positive Space training to raising their awareness about the presence of genderism in schools and providing them with some insights into how they might proceed reactively as moments emerge and, hearteningly, how they might proactively create curriculum spaces that formally and informally trouble narrow conceptions of gender.
While the America of the immigrant, the refugee, the marginalized, the so-called "majority minority," seems newly and hearteningly ascendant to many--and fearful and disorienting for many others--it is not, of course, new at all.
Hearteningly, the UAE ended in third place among Arab nations behind Qatar (seven medals) and Jordan (13).
More hearteningly, the agency says it has three new-business leads from all the media buzz.
Having visited Al Fuwairit and gained a practical understanding of the clear, present and future danger that poses the delightful hawksbills, the students, hearteningly, seem to have imbibed a sense of responsibility for the long run.
Hearteningly, he also says that disagreeing with some rules does not mean disagreeing with rules altogether.
But hearteningly, the real police officers know their community and have a strong sense of what to do and who they need to talk to in order to solve the crime.