Can cities, states, and municipalities address it meaningfully on their own?
They look at each other meaningfully—and repair to the boiler room for some torrid sex.
And that it became reality most meaningfully, among all human media and all forms of creative expression, through the music.
They were each supposed to “meaningfully consult” each other over major decisions, court papers say.
But Hagel, like Eisenhower, understands that a nation cannot meaningfully define its threats without first defining its interests.
Delaying perhaps 100 applications for 501(c)(4) status did not meaningfully impact the election.
Baker glanced at us meaningfully and murmured, "I was afraid of this."
"Little as you deserve it," added Lord Essendine, meaningfully.
Strong failed to notice Roger's face darken, and Tom and Astro look at each other meaningfully.
After all, one must be fully aware of the nature of Evil in order to meaningfully reject it.