How To Use Factually In A Sentence

  • We cannot say that relativism is true, because to assert that something “is true” is to assert that there is a standard of truth that is factually the case regardless of which set (s) of conventions we use to describe it. Think Progress » Clinton: Media, Politicians Shouldn’t Fuel ‘Hatriot’ Groups With Anti-Government Rhetoric That Inspired McVeigh
  • The film is factually based on the time and events surrounding the Cuban Missile Crisis.
  • The company has agreed to change "factually inaccurate" ads that took a pop at its rival.
  • Obama did kind of flub the Rockefeller reference, but he did it in a sly way that was factually correct but left the audience with the incorrect impression the the current Chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, Jay Rockefeller, voted against the war in Iraq. Westerville: Part Two - Swampland -
  • Are 100 year stock charts that prove you make money in stocks long-term factually accurate? News
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  • He was very keen on the SDP/Liberal Alliance and wanted to get everything factually correct.
  • Thanks for helping to lead a Renaissance in factually based journalism. Latest Column - Swampland -
  • Is this evidence legally and factually sufficient to support the trial court's finding of $1825 actual damages based on the value of the two dogs?
  • Doesn’t it remain factually accurate that the blame placed on Gilmore by localities throughout the state weighs heavily against his candidacy in the minds of voters? Waldo Jaquith - My RPV convention wish list.
  • Make sure the report is factually up to date and correct.
  • To its credit, PolitiFact quoted Salon's Glenn Greenwald, who argued that Gates 'response was "sufficiently vague that it can't be called factually false, but is quite misleading. Peter Hart: Checking ABC's Factcheck: Scrutiny of This Week Better in Theory Than Practice
  • How widely the views of these transphobes are disseminated is perhaps more to do with their chosen medium of expression than whether or not what they say is factually correct. Transgender Day of Remembrance 2008
  • Repeating something as a fact, and which is factually incorrect, does not make it a fact.
  • they learn much, factually, about the problems of retirement and provision for old age, and, psychologically, in the sharing of their thoughts on retirement
  • However, factually, that is so untrue, so blatantly false, that it's almost criminal. Your Right Hand Thief
  • As for your rage against “Colonial Torah empires,” yes I find the phrase factually and grammatically laughable. Motzash Mishegaas | Jewschool
  • She had noted down the names and she told me the story simply and factually.
  • In such a case it may be factually accurate and helpfully descriptive to state that self-neglect aggravated, or preferably contributed to, the primary cause of death.
  • She had noted down the names and she told me the story simply and factually.
  • Instead of chippily dismissing religion as factually wrong, they are noticing that what really motivates faith is this ‘existential’ business, of feeling in need of help. Let them pray
  • They are dishonest, misleading, factually incorrect, selective with data and paranoid.
  • A favourite plant in the frescoes is the papyrus, treated in various decorative ways: but the papyrus did not, as far as we know, grow in Crete in the Minoan period, so the frescoes do not factually depict the Cretan landspace. The myth of the secular
  • Now I actually have a chance of finding out what really factually happened rather than some opinion based upon fabricated lies by a tin foil hat wearing, kool-aid siping, moonbat from the fever swamp suffering from Bush Derangement Syndrome (BDS). Even older than me « BuzzMachine
  • Whether they factually did have those experiences or not may be in doubt - but they definitely think they did.
  • Rose's exemplary essay on the history and meaning of the monochrome in the superbly designed catalogue is both factually enlightening and philosophically thought-provoking.
  • The idea the liberals lack morals and are the cause of the breakdown of civilization is factually and historically ungrounded.
  • ThosSpence: As usual your are factually and historically inaccurate about islam that preaches hate for all" non believers "(a term elastic enough to include some that claim other strains of the cult or some reluctance to engage in the extreme dictates of the likes of the Taliban when in power). News from
  • He is a smug political poseur, whose commentaries are factually vapid but filled with obtuse and flowery language, designed to obscure his insecurity about being known as a sportscaster who is pretending to know anything about history, politics, or policy. Think Progress » President Bush is “ticked off big-time”
  • The document is factually correct.
  • Although they describe Spanish atrocities in gory detail, it is done factually, with little emotion. The Aztecs speak - an Aztec account of the Conquest of Mexico
  • Furthermore, the implementation of a surveillance system may artefactually increase the incidence of a disease.
  • I thought that they'd care more about designing a lesson that was more factually correct than interesting.
  • The economic arguement, that mass migration of low skill, low wage workers depresses the wages for those in the lower skill part of American society made by Mr. Krugman, Dean Baker and Robert Samuelson is factually true. Matthew Yglesias » O’Reilly on the Power Structure
  • He has only to blow raspberries out his nose and the structured factually based opinions of others just crumble before his incomparable wit and wisdom.
  • The Court of Appeals held that Hallberg was judicially estopped from indemnity from Portland because his claim was factually inconsistent with claims he made defending the previous suit on which he had prevailed. One less bell to answer (Jack Bog's Blog)
  • How watertight do you need these to be, factually?
  • We may conclude, for example, that 90 percent. of convictions were factually correct.
  • Unsuccessful attempts at administering the epidural should be recorded factually with no editorial comments.
  • In the period when Mao Tsetung reflected on the Cultural Revolution, he demanded the whole party to study Marxism, especially Marxist philosophy and he had factually identified the ideological reason.
  • Eliadis makes another statement that can only be called factually inaccurate: If these longstanding laws were truly a threat, they would surely have diminished freedom of speech in Canada by now. Ezra Levant: February 2008 Archives
  • Our ability to grapple with the challenges these present is not enhanced by factually inaccurate and hyperventilated appeals from those who should know better. How Bill Gates misinterprets ed facts
  • And every now and then, he writes these hysterical, factually insupportable, logically inconsistent screeds against some looming threat to civil liberties in the United States.
  • He can say things that aren't necessarily factually correct and get away with it.
  • What we really don't know factually is whether Rove lied to the president or whether the president knew something about Rove's role and dissembled," said Rozell. 08/11/2005
  • These attempts at cross-cultural and transhistorical contextualization occasionally lack nuance and border on the factually inaccurate. The Times Literary Supplement
  • The unfortunate use of the phrase "simple-minded fundamentalist literalism" is a reference not to religious fundamentalism per se (ie, that religious truth is factually true as well) but rather to what Catholics call sola scriptura. Latest Articles
  • Factually, I would like to point out to you that there are more boxing promotions staged at York Hall than there have ever been in the last 30 years.
  • A factually accurate restatement of my position, but a kind of litotes, like saying Lucy Liu is not very hideous at all. The Volokh Conspiracy » Would the Public Support “Cap and Refund”?
  • Just because something "is" a certain way scientifically or factually, does not mean that is the way it ought to be in an ethical sense.
  • There is no factually established minimal toxic level or maximally allowable safe dose for diquat. The Daily News Tribune Homepage RSS
  • This I regard as quite ludicrous, and factually so removed from reality as be laughable.
  • This is analogous to the law relating to the fire services and quite close factually to Alexandrou v Oxford.
  • The document is factually correct.
  • Like all miscellanies it is uneven, and at times factually unreliable. The Times Literary Supplement
  • Many use the term myth in a pejorative sense to mean that the stories described are not factually true. The Bible: History or Myth?
  • Factually, at least from the complaint, it does not appear that the law firm "circumvented" anything, if by circumvent we mean devised a mousetrap to bypass the denial text string. B2fxxx
  • The essay is both factually enlightening and philosophically thought-provoking.
  • To return to the question of the visitorial jurisdiction, may we add this as a factor which makes this an ideal case factually to examine those matters which till now remain, in our submission, dicta in this Court.
  • That switch in tack is just because the growth rate argument failed, it doesn’t make sense factually. Matthew Yglesias » The United States Has Always Been Rich
  • Every now and then, he writes these hysterical, factually insupportable, logically inconsistent screeds against some looming threat to civil liberties in the United States.
  • He was very keen on the SDP/Liberal Alliance and wanted to get everything factually correct.
  • This is factually incorrect and a million miles from the purpose of the policy which centres on the pedagogic issue of how best to support children to achieve their full potential.
  • It must be reiterated, that it would be pertinently wrong, both factually and historically to put the whole blame on the mullahism of the state of Pakistan, for the Indian brand of deeply entrenched anti "mlechha", communal, fascist mind set also dominated the scene. Kafila
  • He sets out to expose the stories told about Turpin since his death as factually incorrect.
  • I have the sense that most designers tend to be lefties but that is surely not factually the case.

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