Reliably sentence examples

  • The ability to instantly and, for a very low cost, reliably transfer money to anyone on the planet is a key ingredient in increasing the amount of trade that occurs online.

  • Some stocks reliably pay dividends, portions of a corporation's profits paid out in cash to its shareholders.

  • My relative definition of poverty is "the state of being unable to reliably purchase a bundle of goods that allow one to participate in the economic norms of one's society."

  • per second, but of these the only one reliably determined is Groombridge 1830, whose speed is found to be about 150 m.

  • If your dog doesn't reliably follow basic commands - such as sit, stay, come, off, and leave it - sign up for a class with your local humane society or obedience club.

  • A real beauty of a shrub, although not reliably hardy.

  • Not only is there a chance that a user can overdose from the ingredients found in crack cocaine, there is also no way to reliably tell from a glance that the drug purchased is exactly what the dealer says it is.

  • Unfortunately, it took many more years and some Japanese ingenuity before their textile scientists were able to reliably produce and weave that thin thread into something useful.

  • It is great exercise, and will also teach him to come to you more reliably.

  • Previous research indicated that, based on their responses to questions in the interview, children may reliably be assigned to one of four levels of gender constancy understanding.

  • The menu features fresh local catches, such as pike, perch, and bullhead, and an assortment of other reliably delicious entrees and sandwiches.

  • Although numerous studies have found that the ClearPlan Fertility Monitor can reliably detect peak fertility days in women taking Clomid, it may not detect high fertility days in every case.

  • As of 2004 there was no one test or group of tests that can reliably diagnose DIC because it is a clinical event that occurs without warning, arising from another event such as surgery, childbirth, snakebite, and certain disease conditions.

  • But it's also an option for locals, when they want the kind of reliably low-key and comfortable environment provided by such a brand, without having to break the bank.

  • In addition, the Bayesian model reliably predicts consonant duration in cases of missing or hidden linguistic factors.

  • We oppose animal experimentation, based on overwhelming scientific evidence that findings from animal models cannot be reliably extrapolated to humans.

  • Only one of the two commercially available Elisa tests was capable of reliably detecting the response of these birds to Avian Pneumovirus virus.

  • denotation of the names for these shapes are therefore reliably gap-indifferent.

  • This approach is analyzed in terms of its ability to reliably identify, and provide good alternatives for, incorrectly hypothesized words.

  • Targets: - the rate of cash inflow should be reliably in line with sales made.

  • A Japanese launch is also in the works, which I'm reliably informed will be going ahead in early December.

  • However, in order to find the global minima reliably, some search must be performed.

  • The Fossil watch repair warranty ensures that Fossil watches can be reliably repaired in the case of something going wrong.

  • This technique reliably distinguishes F. circinatum from other species in this complex.

  • It is the noble mission of the Korean People's Army to safeguard the socialist motherland and the people reliably by force of arms.

  • Despite changes being wrought by global warming, experts believe the deep permafrost will be reliably cool for at least the next 100 years.

  • Laundering money through electronic markets works only if you can reliably predict the direction of the market.

  • Once that is done you can run " restrained refinement ", and bad VDW clashes should be corrected fairly reliably.

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  • In my opinion a qualified rifleman should be able to bring off the snap reliably, whether or not he ever needs it.

  • The only option remaining to give reliably satisfactory results is field beans, although you may get results from grazing rye in milder areas.

  • However, this argument appeared spurious, since practically nothing is reliably known about which kinds of intervention achieve relevant outcomes in PSE work.

  • And, we all know pleasant and reliably efficacious the latter stratagem is.

  • tablespoonful of vinegar which I am reliably told helps keep fabrics soft.

  • In hard water areas, you could add a tablespoonful of vinegar which I am reliably told helps keep fabrics soft.

  • Residual cancer could not reliably be predicted or discriminated from necrosis or mature teratoma by the prognostic criteria.

  • timbered cottages reliably thought to date from the 13th century.

  • While artificial weathering is reproducible; the acute aggressive stresses mitigate against reliably replicating natural conditions.

  • In the High Street is a picturesque group of half timbered cottages reliably thought to date from the 13th century.

  • They are also less likely to follow a doctor-prescribed regimen for a particular ailment or to take their regular medications reliably.

  • When your dog is letting go of the toy reliably, try asking him to "drop it" without holding on to the toy.

  • These varieties must then be propagated for three to ten years until their seeds reliably produce fruit that is true to type.

  • The family-owned wine estate also operates as a nègociant, buying grapes and wine from local producers in the region and they reliably can do no wrong.

  • This makes finding not just free games but reliably entertaining free games a snap.

  • Red meat sources reliably replace the heme component of red blood cells, raising hemoglobin levels and helping to correct iron deficiency.

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