in some way


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Adv.1.in some way - in some unspecified way or manner; or by some unspecified means; "they managed somehow"; "he expected somehow to discover a woman who would love him"; "he tried to make is someway acceptable"
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These and similar works are not all violent, but all in some way address the stultifying effects of a school culture that is widely acknowledged as nasty and brutish, conformist and repressive - and, all too often, brazenly anti-intellectual.
Death, in some ways similar and in other ways different, also overtakes many in the unending stream of migrants from Mexico's interior to its burgeoning border cities.
What made ACT UP successful and attractive--its theatrical roots; its self-righteousness; its urban militancy; its access to media and the arts through well-connected, upper-middle-class people; its sexy energy from the impassioned and gorgeous men and women radicalized by loss and fear: its macho swagger; its overwhelmingly white and male membership--was in some ways what tore it apart.