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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhumanlyhu‧man‧ly /ˈhjuːmənli/ adverb   humanly possible
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humanlyRealism, though humanly exacting, is technically what comes naturally.The poor animal's eyes seemed humanly expressive.All its suffering was condensed in its eyes which, in memory, are humanly expressive.Although speechreaders learn the necessity for keen attention and mental focus, it is not humanly possible to focus attention all day.They demanded attention which it was not humanly possible to give.Our Government is fashioned to fulfill this concept so far as humanly possible.What do I gain if, humanly speaking, I fought with beasts at Ephesus?
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