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collectively

adverb altogether, as a group, as a whole, as one, en banc, en bloc, en masse, fully, in a body, in all, in conjunction, in its entirety, integrally, in the aggregate, in toto, mutually, together, totally, unitedly, wholly, withal
See also: en banc, en masse, in toto, wholly
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Wherever men live collectively this likeness is obvious; in regiments, in law-courts, you will find the elements of the school on a smaller or larger scale.
The flawed Diamond, cut up, would actually fetch more than the Diamond as it now is; for this plain reason-- that from four to six perfect brilliants might be cut from it, which would be, collectively, worth more money than the large-- but imperfect single stone.
To whom collectively, Mr Inspector remarked that the weather was getting sharp for the time of year.
On the third morning after their arrival, just as all the clocks in the city were striking nine individually, and somewhere about nine hundred and ninety-nine collectively, Sam was taking the air in George Yard, when a queer sort of fresh-painted vehicle drove up, out of which there jumped with great agility, throwing the reins to a stout man who sat beside him, a queer sort of gentleman, who seemed made for the vehicle, and the vehicle for him.
And it is remarkable that while no individual Dodson was satisfied with any other individual Dodson, each was satisfied, not only with him or her self, but with the Dodsons collectively.
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AMB owns approximately 10 million square feet in its Northern New Jersey/ New York market, where the area's airports collectively rank second in the U.
Collectively, the network provides access to trade information and services by helping existing exporters develop new markets through awareness, assistance for export ventures and counselling.
This made advocacy difficult because the information was not being shared or analyzed collectively to achieve better outcomes.
Collectively titled Gone Mad Blue/Color Vaccine Architecture or 3 state sculpture: before the event, during the event, and after the event.
This is the idea that we are individually and collectively the keepers of our own culture.
The historical development section consists almost entirely of reprints from a previous edition of this book and collectively gives readers an understanding of the underlying philosophy and historical structure of EAPs.