The adverb is an invariable part of the sentence that can change, explain or simplify a verb or another adverb.
WHAT DOES PARTICULARLY MEAN IN ENGLISH?
In philosophy, particulars are concrete entities existing in space and time as opposed to abstractions. There are, however, theories of abstract particulars or tropes. For example, Socrates is a particular. Redness, by contrast, is not a particular, because it is abstract and multiply instantiated. Sybil Wolfram writes Particulars include only individuals of a certain kind: as a first approximation individuals with a definite place in space and time, such as persons and material objects or events, or which must be identified through such individuals, like smiles or thoughts. Some terms are used by philosophers with a rough-and-ready idea of their meaning. This can occur if there is lack of agreement about the best definition of the term. In formulating a solution to the problem of universals, the term 'particular' can be used to describe the particular instance of redness of a certain apple as opposed to the 'universal' 'redness'. See also type-token distinction The term particular is also used as a modern equivalent of the Aristotelian notion of individual substance.
The translations of particularly from English to other languages presented in this section have been obtained through automatic statistical translation; where the essential translation unit is the word «particularly» in English.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «PARTICULARLY» OVER TIME
The graph expresses the annual evolution of the frequency of use of the word «particularly» during the past 500 years. Its implementation is based on analysing how often the term «particularly» appears in digitalised printed sources in English between the year 1500 and the present day.
Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about particularly
10 QUOTES WITH «PARTICULARLY»
Famous quotes and sentences with the word particularly.
I've never held myself up particularly high when I had movies that worked, and I never held myself all that low when I had failures.
When I started writing seriously in high school, English was the language I had at my disposal - my Spanish was domestic, colloquial, and not particularly literary or sophisticated.
I wouldn't say that I'm particularly bothered or obsessed with detail.
I've never particularly liked the idea of looking back; I'd rather look forward.
What I have said to my team is that at a point such as this, with 40% adjustment in our currency, it means that Malawians are paying the price. While that is going on, they need to see, us, the commitment on our part, particularly right at the top. The political will needs to go through this with the people, side by side.
For a writer, and particularly a writer of my genre, which is the fantastical, I think that it's to my advantage to feel remote from and disconnected from the world of deal making.
Thomas P.M. Barnett
Is there anything about cyberspace that particularly screams Air Force? Not really. If cyber warfare is going to be as all-encompassing as it's made out to be by its vigorous proponents, then it will disseminate throughout the services even more than the drone phenomenon has.
Omar N. Bradley
In a completely integrated unit where you'd have white soldiers, particularly from southern states, serving under black noncommissioned officers or officers... I think you would have a problem definitely.
I always sleep really well, particularly before a race, when the adrenaline's pumping.
I don't know that it's particularly good for my writing process, but I have gotten some very valuable writing ideas and advice through Twitter and Facebook and other social network sites.
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PARTICULARLY»
Discover the use of particularly in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to particularly and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Particularly Sensitive Sea Areas: The IMO's Role in ...
As a result, IMO conducted a review process which led to substantially updated guidelines adopted in late 2005. This book provides a detailed analysis of the PSSA guidelines and protective measures available in PSSAs.
Markus J. Kachel, 2008
An Essay on Privateers, Captures, and Particularly on ...
APPENDIX.. (Vid. Chap. ii. § 31. p. 90, 91.) By the KING. A PROCLAMATION, For
granting the Distribution of Prizes during the present Hostilities. GEORGE R. .fX^
HEREAS, by Our order in council dated the eleventh *. day of February last, We ...
Georg Friedrich Martens, 1801
Medieval Attitude Toward Astrology, Particularly in England, ...
1920. The author endeavored in this dissertation to trace the development of medieval thought concerning astrology from Augustine to the 15th century, and to interpret references to it in medieval English literature.
Theodore Otto Wedel, 2003
Oklahombres: Particularly the Wilder Ones
His memoir evokes a time and place that brought criminals and merchants and cowpunchers and settlers together, often explosively. Oklahombres, originally published in 1929, is an authentic history of human wildness.
Evett Dumas Nix, 1993
Particularly Cats-- and Rufus
The distinguished novelist reveals her life among the felines in portraits of the cats that she has known
Doris May Lessing, 1991
A study of customer’s attitudes to cross selling by banks ...
This work can be referred by the banking industry as a feedback on their performance and help further improve their cross sell programs and customer attitudes towards these programs.
Sam Ian, 2010
An Essay on the Slavery and Commerce of the Human Species: ...
A one-volume reissue of two important and influential texts of the British anti-slavery campaign in the late eighteenth century.
Thomas Clarkson, John Newton, 2013
A Biographical History of the Wesley Family, More ...
John Dove. the authority of William Barnard, Esq. of Gainsborough, whose father,
the preserver of John Wesley from the fire of 1709, was present at the time it was
spoken at Temple Belwood, after dinner. Mr. P., at .whose house they dined, ...
John Dove, 1840
Nationality,Immigration and Asylum 2002 (Specification of ...
Individuals who commit 'serious non-political crimes' within the country of refuge
are subject to that country's criminal law process, and in the case of particularly
grave crimes to Articles 32 and 33(2) of the 1951 Convention; they do not fall ...
Great Britain: Parliament: Joint Committee on Human Rights, 2004
Political Opinions, Particularly Respecting the Seat of ...
Being an Attempt to Demonstrate the Utility, Justice and Convenience of Erecting
the Great City in the Centre of the States, Or in the Centre of Their Power. Most
Humbly Inscribed to His Excellency the President, by a Citizen of America.
Citizen of America, 1789
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «PARTICULARLY»
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Cardiovascular Disease On The Rise In Asia, Particularly Japan
Cardiovascular Disease On The Rise In Asia, Particularly Japan. Unlike the West where hypertension rates have remained constant, Japan is ... «Asian Scientist Magazine, Jul 15»
Canada canola exports to be particularly hit by drought
Export supplies of canola from Canada, the top shipper, will be undermined more significantly than crop for domestic consumption by the ... «Agrimoney.com, Jul 15»
Rural show particularly ab-zorbing
Bird of prey swoops over children to land. Curdridge Country Show, Reading Room Lane, Curdridge. Photograph: Chris Moorhouse. Saturday ... «Daily Echo, Jul 15»
Deadly bombing shows Turkey is a particularly vulnerable target for …
If they are right, Turkey would be a particularly vulnerable target for the extremists. ADVERTISEMENT. The country shares a 1,250-kilometer ... «Fox News, Jul 15»
Stocks Move To The Downside, Dow Posts Particularly Steep Loss …
The Dow showed a particularly steep drop amid a negative reaction to earnings news from some blue chip companies. The major averages ... «Nasdaq, Jul 15»
Senior citizens are particularly at risk
Senior citizens often have a natural difficulty in getting acclimatised to a new place. Sometimes, extrinsic factors make the process more difficult. «The Hindu, Jul 15»
Out-of-staters, particularly Texans, have a lot of love for Marcy's …
Early Tuesday morning, the Today Show jumped on the viral story of a Portland diner owner who yelled at a toddler who was crying loudly, ... «Bangor Daily News, Jul 15»
CHARLIE MITCHELL: Internet not a particularly understanding world
It has been more than 400 years since Polonius, a character in Shakespeare's Hamlet, observed that "brevity is the soul of wit." One-liners by ... «SunHerald.com, Jul 15»
Storms temporarily knock out power in Beaufort County, particularly …
Storms temporarily knock out power in Beaufort County, particularly sea islands. By Staff reports. firstname.lastname@example.orgJuly 21, ... «Hilton Head Island Packet, Jul 15»
Handling losses, particularly those caused by people
Everyone experiences a myriad of losses during a lifetime. Much of what I have learned about handling losses is from working with people ... «Farm and Ranch Guide, Jul 15»
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