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namely

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnamelyname‧ly /ˈneɪmli/ ●●○ adverb formal or written  EXACTused when saying the names of the people or things you are referring to Three students were mentioned, namely John, Sarah and Sylvia.
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namelyIn fact, East Anglia's sickness prevalence rate is 15.6 higher than the predicted 189.4, namely 205.One of the most important stages has yet to be started, namely beginning to fit the person into their new job.And so there is psychokinesis, mind acting upon a material object, namely brain cells.A further central belief has recently begun to appear as equivocal, namely loyalism itself.Storni used earlier poetic movements, namely Romanticism and modernism, as models for her poetry.Of one thing I am fairly certain, namely that the glassfibre Seayak will carve through waves better.Now we witnessed, at the beginning of Chapter 3, a certain extraordinarily complicated-looking set, namely the Mandelbrot set.The issues are in two main clusters, namely the safety and the pricing and procurement of drugs.Tilth: You want your soil to have good tilth, namely to be crumbly and easy to work.
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