"historically they have never coexisted peacefully"
with respect to history
"this is historically interesting"
In a historic manner; as has been done most often in the past.
Historically speaking, this company has always collected payment before starting work.
in the manner of, or in accordance with, history
The numerical value of historically in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of historically in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
Examples of historically in a Sentence
One of the rationales for the death penalty in Catholic Church teachings historically was to protect society. Obviously, the state still has that obligation, that is not being taken away here, but they can do that in other ways.
Historically, Republicans have been structurally better organized than Democrats in state elections, they’re clearly concerned about changing that and about the 2020 census and redistricting. But will it be too little too late?
I'm troubled to see yet another bank plead guilty to criminal charges only to turn around and ask federal regulators to allow it to continue doing businesses as if it has done nothing wrong, i hope that the Department of Labor appropriately scrutinizes this waiver request by Deutsche Bank, and I believe a public hearing would provide much needed transparency to an historically opaque process.
It's the tale of two cities, good news and bad news. The good news is that we have a lot of good candidates, but the bad news is that it's also a recipe for division, it would be great if we could unite behind one candidate, but historically, that's been easier said than done.
He is a demagogue. And we as Jews, and also as Israelis, know what a demagogue is, historically, the Republican party has a long list of candidates worthy of the presidency, and we have to change the leadership in the White House, which has caused a lot of damage, but Donald Trump is not the answer.
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- històricamentCatalan, Valencian
- historiskNorwegian Nynorsk
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