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squarely in Maths topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsquarelysquare‧ly /ˈskweəli $ ˈskwer-/ adverb  1 DETERMINEDdirectly and firmly He turned and faced her squarely. She hit him squarely on the nose.2 COMPLETELYcompletely and with no doubt The blame lies squarely on the shoulders of the police.3 EXACTstraight on something and centrally syn square Dr Soames jammed his hat squarely on his head.4 HMat 90° to a line syn square
Examples from the Corpus
squarelyAs she came to a halt in front of the phone-box Hilary faced her feelings squarely.Their tracer fell away, wasted, as Barton hauled his formation squarely around to face them.And the total alteration in underlying circumstances has not been squarely faced.She sat squarely in a big armchair and looked at him.These preferences, of course, placed the Wiener Werkstatte squarely in the vanguard of Modernism.The shot plunked squarely into the net post.The report puts the blame squarely on the government.The discussions were centered squarely on the main issues of the day as seen in the two capitals.Once plugged into western markets, poor countries are better able to compete squarely with the rest of the world.