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 individually [,indi'vidʒuәli]   添加此单词到默认生词本
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    individually
    [ adv ]
    apart from others
    <adv.all>
    taken individually, the rooms were, in fact, squarethe fine points are treated singly


    Individually \In`di*vid"u*al*ly\, adv.
    1. In an individual manner or relation; as individuals;
    separately; each by itself; as, every person must apply
    individually for admission. ``Individually or
    collectively.'' --Burke.

    How should that subsist solitarily by itself which
    hath no substance, but individually the very same
    whereby others subsist with it? --Hooker.

    2. In an inseparable manner; inseparably; incommunicably;
    indivisibly; as, individually the same.

    [Omniscience], an attribute individually proper to
    the Godhead. --Hakewill.

    1. Metzenbaum's bill would repeal the insurance industry's antitrust exemption but allow states to continue individually to regulate insurance.
    2. Stores were doing marketing individually instead of on a unified basis."
    3. He disagreed with a specific proposal in the House bill that would allow no buyout that raised the debt-equity ratio beyond 1:1 in takeovers, saying the ratio had to be examined individually in each instance.
    4. (Not all were great individually, but taken whole the septet was a mythopoeic masterpiece).
    5. U.S. Treasury Secretary James Baker said Monday that the Third World debt must be treated as a economic rather than a political problem and that each country's case should be handled individually.
    6. Taylor said the coalition of civil rights groups has not taken a formal position on the nomination, even though some organizations already have expressed opposition individually.
    7. But remember, severance agreements are individually negotiated.
    8. Airlines, either individually or in groups, hire other companies to provide personnel who screen baggage and passengers at airport checkpoints.
    9. Every major Wall Street broker except Dean Witter Reynolds Inc. now imposes a so-called inactive account fee on investors who don't generate enough commissions, either individually or per household.
    10. If the existing regulators made sure that the managements were individually fined, then the industry would see a very rapid and effective clean-up of its operations.
    11. The company will be briefing brokers individually next week. Smith New Court was responsible for clipping 2 1/2 off Amstrad which settled at 74 1/2 p on keen turnover of 6.2m.
    12. She belives that the answer is to look at each person individually, and to start small. The first step, she says, is to get each person to draw up two lists and compare them.
    13. One industry executive points out that while the businesses are individually small they mostly occupy separate niches.
    14. The ruling is a significant victory for Raymark, which had requested certification of a class because, it claimed, trying cases individually would sap its money to pay claims.
    15. However charming or salient the digressions may be individually, after a while each new one elicits a little silent groan, as we realize that the outcome of the story is being postponed yet again.
    16. More dangerous activities will be considered individually. Accident and General's (071-512-0022) ActivityGuard provides three levels of cover, depending on the degree of danger.
    17. U.S. Treasury Secretary James Baker said Monday the Third World debt crisis must be treated as a economic problem rather than a political one, with each country's case handled individually.
    18. And it was my feeling and my understanding _ I did not meet individually with him to any extent at all.
    19. It is sufficiently flexible to cope with individually tailored packages for clients.
    20. Exemptions to the proposed labeling requirements would be allowed for restaurants, bakeries, individually packaged "bite size" pieces of food and small businesses with annual food sales of less than $500,000 a year.
    21. Now, they might not feel the need to do so and they might trade the markets individually, on their own merits," he said.
    22. They said each debtor's situation should be considered individually rather than applying an across-the-board formula for financial relief.
    23. The council members, acting individually, claimed their oaths of office required them to uphold the laws of the city and protections guaranteed by the Constitution.
    24. More than 4.3 million tourists visited China in 1988 on organized tours alone, and millions more came individually.
    25. He agreed to be fined a total of $5,000, for which he, his employer and another respondent are jointly and individually responsible, and suspended from association with any NASD member for four business days.
    26. Federal prosecutors decided not to charge Klein and Younger individually because of their willingness to stay out of the business and cooperate with the Justice Department's investigation of the pornography industry, Benson said.
    27. This year, we opened it up to the community," Gingrich said last week. "Each piece of mail is handled individually." Although the postmark is available year-round, the mail requesting it peaks as Feb. 14 approaches.
    28. On the other hand, he said, the Americans held in Lebanon were kidnapped individually by terrorists.
    29. "American companies cannot compete individually against this foreign targeting and will be increasingly forced to form consortia as well as other cooperative ventures in order to regain technological and industrial parity," Levine said.
    30. It depends instead on letting all workers keep most of the country's newly produced wealth and on letting them decide, individually, how best to spend and invest the wealth their work has created.
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