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in a remote manner
"when the measured speech of the chorus passes over into song the tones are, remotely but unmistakably, those taught by the orthodox liturgy"
to a remote degree
"it is remotely possible"
At a distance, far away.
Not much; scarcely; hardly.
I'm not remotely in love with you.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Not nearly; at a distance.
Etymology: from remote.
It is commonly opinioned, that the earth was thinly inhabited, at least not remotely planted before the flood. Brown.
Two lines in Mezentius and Lausus are indeed remotely allied to Virgil’s sense, but too like the tenderness of Ovid. Dry.
While the fainting Dutch remotely fire
In the first front amidst a slaughter’d pile,
High on the mound he dy’d. Smith.
The numerical value of remotely in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of remotely in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
Examples of remotely in a Sentence
Those are jobs that are harder to work remotely, maybe simply impossible to work remotely, they're going to be subject to greater job losses during these times of restrictions.
So far we think it could have been done remotely, such as via a cellphone, laptop or hacked First Bank staff PC.
Sending soldiers out to combat mosquitoes makes a big splash in the media, and in fairness it does help people understand the importance of basic sanitation, but it will not remotely solve the problem.
At some points in the week, you're learning in person in the classroom, at other points of the week you're learning remotely, most schools will not be able to have all their kids in school at the same time.
Given the state of the world this last year, working from home and being there for the kids and for Nicole and being able to do our jobs more remotely has sort of been a blessing in that regard, as the world opens back up and things become less about that, we’ll have to see where we’re at and what’s best for Nicole. That’s going to take precedence over everything else.
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