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or·tho·graph·ic

 (ôr′thə-grăf′ĭk) also or·tho·graph·i·cal (-ĭ-kəl)
adj.
1. Of or relating to orthography.
2. Spelled correctly.
3. Mathematics Having perpendicular lines.

or′tho·graph′i·cal·ly adv.
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1) The length of a vowel is orthographically marked with a macron in Livonian.
Muller-Moore cease and desist using the phrase "Eat more kale,'' which they felt was too close to the company's famous "Eat mor chikin,'' campaign, in which orthographically challenged bovines on billboards urge diners to choose chicken over beef.
The alternate--and orthographically more expected--spelling, that with a consonantal yod to mark the diphthong ay demanded by the vocalization, occurs in the MT only five times: Jer.
Each recorded interpretation was then transcribed orthographically (with the hesitations reported) and compared to the source speech, with the different units of meaning counted down, for each interpreter, in each mode of interpreting.
All of the disguised forms were two syllables, and resembled English words phonetically and orthographically.
4) Even in his own memories of interactions with women he orthographically positions himself as the respondent, rather than the instigator, of dialogue.
These insights and related trends confirm the importance of initiating the pharmaceutical trademark process early combined with the rigorous pursuit of a orthographically diverse spectrum of names.
This translation of poll tax uses the Spanish word electoral, which is not only a cognate but also orthographically equivalent to its English-language counterpart.
Sonneratioxylon preapetalum Awasthi (1969) (corrected from the orthographically incorrect S.
Subjects responded by clicking on one of 12 response choices on a computer screen; the response buttons were labeled orthographically.
Orthographically speaking, therefore, the initial stanza gives a visual image mirroring the envisioned landscape, with particular emphasis on the sense of emptiness: