Definition of Largely:
to a great extent
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Youth athletics largely remained banned under state rules aimed at preventing the spread of the virus.
He is holding indoor rallies, inviting people to be largely maskless, and raising the risk that in the states he needs to win, he is playing a role in spreading the coronavirus rather than tamping it down.
This was seen as a hugely disproportionate grab for data largely because, in the past, the amount of information needed to carry out this task was far smaller.
It also remains possible that the “shy voter” theory remains unfounded and that, just as national polling accurately measured the outcome of the 2016 race, polling is largely capturing the race as it stands.
He is holding indoor rallies, inviting people to be largely maskless, and raising the risk that in these states he needs to win, he is playing a role in spreading the coronavirus rather than tamping it down.
The lawyer, the Heritage Foundation’s Hans von Spakovsky, is a leading purveyor of the notion that voter fraud is rampant, claims that have been largely discredited.
At the same time, 100 million Americans — largely in the Mississippi River Basin from Louisiana to Wisconsin — will increasingly face humidity so extreme that working outside or playing school sports could cause heatstroke.
The agency commissioned an outside legal review, which largely supported its contention and disputed Khoshmashrab’s conclusions.
The bond market largely recovered and even riskier companies were able to borrow.
And our views of poverty and social betterment, or what is possible and what is not, are still largely conditioned by it.