According to Zegveld, there is no doubt that Zorreguieta is at least partially responsible.
Five months later, the partially nude body of Verna Williams was discovered on the grounds of 68th Street Elementary School.
One final point, on which the authors are partially—but only partially—correct.
His badly bruised victim wound up with a ruptured spleen, a fractured skull, and a partially detached liver.
Sex, then, is not wholly experiential but at least partially transactional.
She regarded him for a second in silence evidently only partially convinced.
Bruce closed the door which he had partially opened and came back.
Opening more or less oblique, subtriangular, partially filled up by a granulated calcareous expansion.
In storms a piece of cloth hung over it, which partially kept out wind and rain.
If the copperas be partially peroxidized, somewhat more of it must be used.
early 15c., "one-sided, biased," from Old French parcial (14c., Modern French partial), from Medieval Latin partialis "divisible, solitary, partial," from Latin pars (genitive partis) "part" (see part (n.)). Sense of "not whole, incomplete" is attested from late 14c. Related: Partially (mid-15c. as "incompletely").