calculatedly


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The director's chosen title, however, is at once calculatedly vague and mournfully ironic.
The Philippines as a host country is avoiding a tension-filled conference room, hence, the dispute over the South China Sea/West Philippine Sea had been calculatedly 'not included' in the upcoming agenda of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Leaders summit this year.
September; then, almost calculatedly overshadowed by Douglas Carswell's more dramatic UKIP defection, he confided to his Facebook page that he too, though for no reason apparently worth mentioning, would be stepping down.
To my mind the excesses committed by Hugh Scott and Nelson Rockefeller in branding the patriotic members of the John Birch Society as comparable to the Commies, the Nazis and the Ku Klux Klanners was a moral sin, deliberately and calculatedly committed," Goldwater wrote in his 1979 memoir, With No Apologies.
Should Canada not withdraw and cease all imposed legislation on First Nations without our free, prior and informed consent, we will strategically and calculatedly begin the economic shut-down of Canada's economy from coast-to-coast.
Judging by the calculatedly risky steps they have taken -- like moving a gigantic drilling rig deep into Vietnam's Exclusive Economic Zone -- China seems to have concluded that, with the West preoccupied with Ukraine, Syria and Iraq, Southeast Asia divided over how to respond to its aggressive moves, and with Japan and the U.
Mexican filmmaking of the period aims for a dense reality effect in the attempt to provide an overly determined interpretation of certain primes of Mexican life of interest to the industry and its government backers, all with the attempt to promote, in calculatedly affective ways, particular sentiments, reactions, convictions, and and (assumedly) behaviors on the part of national audiences.
It annoys them that the Canadiens are artfully antagonistic, deliberately deceitful and calculatedly cunning, a team that goads, prods, dives, and flops all in the name of drawing penalties and erasing their opponent's composure.
There's been so massive and calculatedly aggressive an attack on the contemporary societies of the Arab and Muslim for their backwardness, lack of democracy, and abrogation of women's rights that we simply forget that such notions as modernity, enlightenment, and democracy are by no means simple, and agreed-upon concepts that one either does or does not find like Easter eggs in the living-room.
Jacob's Room, now more than ninety years in print, has always been regarded as a calculatedly fragmented narrative.
This enables poets like Wordworth to calculatedly "risk a reader's displeasure" (57).
This does not at all mean that the novel is cynical, or calculatedly constructed, it just means that it's a great example of YA fiction.