presentially

presentially

(prɪˈzɛnʃəlɪ)
adv
1. (Theology) theol philosophy in a presential way
2. (Philosophy) theol philosophy in a presential way
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The company manufactures furniture for public and private education institutions, but it still does not consider a threat, the increasing availability of distance learning courses and a reduction in the demand for its products because the specific audience of the company are the elementary and secondary schools where teaching is practiced in person, presentially.
Rather, it is most uniquely none other than it--and nothing else is directly (presentially) like such "Non-Otherness" with respect to Reality itself.