Literally definition

Literally means in an exact sense. “Figuratively” means in a comparative sense.
Literally means "now for then". Said of a thing done in the present time which is to have the same effect as if it had been done at a time gone by, when it should have been done. ex dolo malo non oritur Actio. Literally means that "no cause of action can arise from a bare agreement". A consideration of some sort or other is absolutely necessary to the forming of a contract that agreement to do or pay any thing on one side without any compensation on the other is totally void in Law.
Literally translated into English as): Classic Lotto, Instant Win Game, Video Lottery and Keno. In concert with the growth patterns indicated directly above, the Welfare lottery market has maintained strong overall growth since 2012. Additionally, new Welfare lottery segments have begun to be introduced to the Chinese market with the kick-off of the Keno Welfare lottery in 2014. According to the Ministry of Finance of the PRC, total Welfare lottery sales in China grew from 151.0 billion RMB in 2012 to 216.98 billion RMB in 2017, representing a CAGR of 7.5% during this time period. This growth pattern was primarily driven from the Classic Lotto and Video lottery segments of the overall Welfare lottery market. The Classic Lotto segment’s total sales grew from 108 billion RMB in 2012 to 158 billion RMB in 2017, representing a 7.8% CAGR during this time period. The Video Lottery market’s total sales grew at a CAGR of 15.6% from 2012 to 2017 with sales growing from 22.4 billion RMB in 2012 to 46.2 billion RMB in 2017. According to the Ministry of Finance of the PRC, the total sales for the Welfare lottery for the first 6-months of 2018 were 110.6 billion RMB vs. 106.1 billion RMB in 2017, resulting in a 4.2% increase from the same period in 2017. Among all categories, the largest segment, Classic Lottery, has shown the highest growth rate, with a 6.5% increase over the same period from last year.

Examples of Literally in a sentence

Literally thousands of individual and mass-mailed comments were filed.

Literally, design means “to invent and bring into being” or “the arrangement of the features of an artifact” (Soanes & Stevenson, 2004).

Literally, the words ‘‘the date of enactment of this Act’’ mean July 29, 1958, the date of enactment of Pub- lic Law 85–568.

Alice Speri and Ryan Devereaux, Turmoil at DHS and State Department—“There Are People Literally Crying in the Office Here,” THE INTERCEPT, Jan.

The general who is skilled in defense hides in the most secret recesses of the earth; [Literally, "hides under the ninth earth," which is a metaphor indicating the utmost secrecy and concealment, so that the enemy may not know his whereabouts."] he who is skilled in attack flashes forth from the topmost heights of heaven.

O divine art of subtlety and secrecy! Through you we learn to be invisible, through you inaudible; [Literally, "without form or sound," but it is said of course with reference to the enemy.] and hence we can hold the enemy's fate in our hands.

However, exploiting the weakness in the proverb as a premise for calling upon all members of parliament to only positively appraise Masawi, Madzimure gave a counter Shona proverb “ zvinonziukaonapachiitwazvakadaropanguvayakadaro, pane azunzachidembo” (Literally: It is said if you see such things happeningat such a time it means that there is something wrong- someone shook the civet cat) (Condolences on the death of Cde Ephraim Sango Masawi, Vol.

Literally, it seems that the plaintiff would first have to advise the court of such intent and obtain an order directing to whom the notice should be given, then appear again to have the actual order of dismissal considered and entered.

Literally translated by the Fathers of the English Dominican Province.

Literally, this should permit the springing of the trap and re-setting of basis.


More Definitions of Literally

Literally whāngai’ means ‘to feed or to nourish’. Hence when discussing the raising of children, ‘whāngai’ refers to a child you feed/nourish as your own. A child who not only partakes of physical food, but to whom you impart emotional, economic and mental support.”61
Literally means “lawful” or “permitted”. Halal certification is usually for consumed products, e.g. food will be certified halal only if it fulfils certain requirements under Islamic Laws 21 Literally means “unlawful” or “prohibited”. A product being haram means that it is not halal. 22 Respectively major and minor pilgrimage, to the city of Makkah and Madinah in Saudi Arabia 23 Some kind of endowment for public or worship purposes 24 See article III.5. of the FAB 25 Muslims believe the Arabic text of the Holy Quran to be the verbatim of God’s revelation 26 The life and teachings of Muhammad ibn Abdullah (who Muslims believe is the final Messenger of God), that has gone through extensive examination and classification and grading based on authenticity 27 See Article 7(h), MPC; also Wael B. Hallaq. 2005. A History of Islamic Legal Theories: an Introduction to Sunni usul al-fiqh. New York: Cambridge University Press, p.1 28 Article III.3 of the FAB The first very specific case would be in marital law. In case where there is marriage between a Muslim and Non-Muslim, it is clear in Article 13 (1) of the MPC that Muslim law applies to marriages between Muslims or between Muslim male and non-Muslim female. In another situation, when a Muslim female marries a non- Muslim male, it would be regulated under the Philippine Civil code, as per Article 13
Literally means "on first appearance".
Literally means "the Anointed One" in Hebrew, parallel to "Christ" in the Greek, indicating Jesus' offices of prophet, priest, and king to Israel. METABOLIZED DOCTRINE Metabolized doctrine is the work of God the Holy Spirit when a believer mixes accurate doctrine that is understood with faith. Bible doctrine perceived is made understandable by means of the filling of the Holy Spirit. Once the believer has understood the doctrine he has knowledge only (Greek gnosis), which cannot be applied. However the believer can use his volition to either accept its truth by faith or to reject it. Much like the body metabolizes food for energy, when doctrine is believed God the Holy Spirit metabolizes the doctrine by cycling it from the left lobe of the soul (mind) to the right lobe (the heart) where it becomes spiritual energy (Greek epignosis) which is ready for application. METABOLISM Metabolism is defined as the sum total process in the building up of protoplasm and its destruction incidental to life. In other words, it is the chemical changes in the living cells by which energy is provided for vital processes and activities. New material is assimilated to repair waste material in living cells. Therefore, spiritual metabolism takes place in the spiritual realm.
Literally means "the law-merchant".

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Promote means to procure, manufacture, issue, sell, give, provide, lend, mail, deliver, transfer, transmit, publish, distribute, circulate, disseminate, present, exhibit, or advertise or to offer or agree to do any of the above.
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