10 adverbs to describe how to « thank » | Collocation dictionary
When stock prices fell by a quarter in one day in 1987, the American economy barely noticed, thankslargely to quick action by Greenspan's Federal Reserve.
The Times has steadily lost its place among the great rags, thanksmainly to the laughingstock way in which it has has been "reinvented."
Thankyou- thank you- thank you.
Action Photography thanksmostly to Spider (Kamo Karzi).
Thanksanyway, but exposure (the story) and scorn (the style) are two available antidotes to the heritage of hatred and dehumanization I described, and which is arguably a bigger problem than my story.
A waiata is a Maori song of welcome, or thankstraditionally sung (and replied to with a waiata) whenever groups meet.
Indices of average commodity prices are at 28-year lows, thankspartly to powerful extractive technologies - which are often subsidised and whose damage to natural capital remains unaccounted for.
The same might also be said of Nintendo's rise from the dead and of Canon's emergence as a key player in what's now called the "imaging" market, thanksprimarily to its aggressive introduction of new technology and its relatively unusual alliances with U.S. companies.
Thanksheaps and keep up the good work!
Adherence to this notion of democracy for which we are told to daily give thanksgreatly constrains the parameters of thought and action for change.