Appropriately [adverb]

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“Any new standard should safeguard fundamental rights by ensuring an appropriate balance between speed and accuracy of removal,” Google adds.

So we wanted to make Swipe Night available to our members in Asia, and around the world, as soon as we felt it would be appropriate.

Unlike previous reports, this one does not dwell on ethical debates, but instead tackles the practical question of a “responsible translational pathway”—that is, what the technology’s appropriate use in medicine might be.

This is going to sound really offensive and probably not appropriate to say, but I’m going to say it.

Only about one-third of Americans approved and thought that kneeling during the anthem was an appropriate form of protest.

You need to figure out which steel is most appropriate for your budget, your expectations, and the sharpening equipment, experience, or services you may have access to or find most convenient.

Taking the pandemic pressures into account, in late March, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services scaled back hospice regulatory requirements, allowing telehealth to replace face-to-face visits, if feasible and appropriate.

In each election cycle, there’s a wave in which campaigns litigate the appropriate ballot information that should be included about themselves and their opponents.

They do this by mixing the appropriate chemical proteins—unattached to any kind of virus—with the antibodies.

I don’t know how we’re going to give him the appropriate education while I’m doing my job, especially when I’m trying to still do my job at the highest level to make sure I’m not on the chopping block.