operatively

[ UK /ˈɒpəɹətˌɪvli/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in a manner to produce an effect
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How To Use operatively In A Sentence

  • There was a reason for this: unbeknown to the Reserve Bank, the major banks were working secretly and cooperatively to develop an alternative payment system that would substitute for direct debits.
  • Hierarchies have developed to manage effectively the filtering of information needed to tackle tasks cooperatively.
  • CPA can evaluate blood supply of hepatic carcinomas, quantitate the tumor vessels preoperatively and provide effective blood information for clinic diagnosis and treatment.
  • Here we find a development of that vision of what Figgis along with others called the 'community of communities' as the basic Christian political model: the community of communities, the network of networks, standing with, alongside, the state, not 'franchised' by the state or controlled by the state, but representing that – as Figgis would have seen it – inalienable liberty of the agent, the citizen, to work cooperatively and live and understand cooperatively. Archbishop's lecture celebrating 60th Anniversary of the William Temple Foundation
  • In a music industry that is quickly changing, Honor Roll Music recognizes that torrent search engines such as Isohunt should not be vilified, but rather worked with cooperatively in order to reach millions of music fans eager to discover and download new music. Bands get behind isoHUNT
  • Comfort measures are initiated intraoperatively, including use of a temperature-regulating blanket and IV fluid warmer and padding all bony prominences.
  • While the fundamental risk remained Global Thermonuclear War prosecuted by one or both of the only nation-states capable of accomplishing such a civilization-threatening feat single-handedly or 'cooperatively', the contributing risks represented by escalation and alliances opened a larger number of paths from the status quo to the unthinkable outcome and some of those paths had distinctly lower thresholds standing between origin and outcome. The Speculist: Doomsday Clock Speculist Challenge
  • X ray, self - sensation, clinical functional evaluation, functional recovery of nerve were evaluated during follow - up postoperatively.
  • One month postoperatively, however, a computed tomograhic scan of the chest, abdomen, and pelvis demonstrated a new pelvic mass.
  • They could lease out the land to their family or someone else, or cultivate it cooperatively with other women.
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