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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpoliticallypo‧lit‧ic‧ally /pəˈlɪtɪkli/ ●●○ adverb  POLITICSin a political way Women were becoming more politically active. a politically sensitive issue[sentence adverb] Politically, raising the minimum wage is good for the Democrats.
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politicallyA growing proportion of politically active workers were no longer without a country, as the Communist Manifesto had proclaimed.Ending the crisis is considered to be politically important for both leaders.Larkin's decision is widely believed to be politically motivated.It has reduced us politically to serfdom.They are appointed by foreign governments, and once appointed, politically unaccountable.The Conservative lead increased by 50 percent amongst politically uncommitted Sun/Star readers but not at all amongst politically uncommitted Mirror readers.Many are women, who have shown themselves more politically volatile than men.These are men whose aim is less to scupper the peace process than to exist politically within it.
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