The stadium grass was made artificially. From LearnThat.org.
artificially induced conditions. From Wordnet, Princeton University.
Adjective : artificial flowers. ,artificial vanilla flavoring. ,an artificial smile. ,artificial manners; artificial speech. ,artificial rules for dormitory residents. ,an artificial system of classification. From Dictionary.com.
This is what I refer to as artificially constraining legislation. From Wordnik.com. [Art Brodsky: Texas and Tennessee Have Fun With Broadband Mapping Money] Reference
By limiting the word artificially and incorrectly to. From Wordnik.com. [Jihad Monitor] Reference
It called the dangerous situation in artificially divided Germany to everyone's attention. From Wordnik.com. [The Road Before Us] Reference
They live in artificially lit shanty-arcologies and depend on shipment piracy for survival. From Wordnik.com. [365 tomorrows » 2008 » May : A New Free Flash Fiction SciFi Story Every Day] Reference
But whether the west should accelerate this position artificially is not something I advise. From Wordnik.com. [Only Feminists Could Murder Their Progressive Allies Like This « Unambiguously Ambidextrous] Reference
The turkey is about to be inseminated artificially, that is. From Wordnik.com. [Meleagris gallopavo - The Panda's Thumb] Reference
For one, they are exploring the idea of artificially inducing rainstorms to dissipate the smog. From Wordnik.com. [Beijing…fudged on smog data! Faces scorn of world… « Julian Ayrs & Pop Culture] Reference
At The Comic Book Bin, we believe that these terms artificially misrepresent a reality with a politicized name. From Wordnik.com. [comicbookbin.com] Reference
Large purchases of silver by the Hunts "artificially" drove up prices, the CFTC said, leading to a plunge. From Wordnik.com. [Act Now, CFTC Is Urged] Reference
Interest rates will remain artificially high. From Wordnik.com. [Challenges We Have Met and Challenges Ahead] Reference
The problem isn't that the prices are "artificially" low. From Wordnik.com. [Money and Markets: Free Investment Email Newsletter] Reference
He could offer borrowers 'artificially' low interest rates. From Wordnik.com. [US Market Commentary from Seeking Alpha] Reference
We were kind of artificially holding ourselves down a couple, three years ago. From Wordnik.com. [Gadgets Sector and Stocks Analysis from Seeking Alpha] Reference
What strikes me about this is the idea of artificially transforming one’s personality. From Wordnik.com. [My Own Private Recession. | Mind on Fire] Reference
(Or can I keep the application "artificially" alive to run a peridic lookup for new files???). From Wordnik.com. [ASP.NET Forums] Reference
Extending unemployment benefits into the next millenium will "artificially" keep unemployment high!!. From Wordnik.com. [Latest Articles] Reference
There's usually some kind of artificially-flavoured-and-colored fluffy nonsense-phrasing hiding the real meaning. From Wordnik.com. [Autism Hub] Reference
If they don't get reimbursed enough to stay open they have to "artificially" inflate their fees so they get back more. From Wordnik.com. [Original Signal - Transmitting Buzz] Reference
So, is that more indicative of the securities level going forward, or is it kind of artificially high on a period end basis?. From Wordnik.com. [Financial Sector and Stocks Analysis from Seeking Alpha] Reference
I note "artificially" because there is no organic, growth or demand-related cause for asset prices to rise in the United States. From Wordnik.com. [Asia Times Online] Reference
I’ve always hated the idea of artificially transforming my personality, but I was desperate enough in this case to play along. From Wordnik.com. [My Own Private Recession. | Mind on Fire] Reference
"artificially" low - or in some cases, that there is NO market for them. From Wordnik.com. [Money and Markets: Free Investment Email Newsletter] Reference
Addictive substances artificially boost dopamine's effects. From Wordnik.com. [New Ways To Stay Clean] Reference
And its oil production is artificially restricted by OPEC quotas. From Wordnik.com. [Mexico: Obrador Burns His Bridges] Reference
This has dampened energy imports and artificially stimulated exports. From Wordnik.com. [China Slows Down] Reference
Pretty clever -- this is what the economists refer to as "artificially limiting supply.". From Wordnik.com. [The Selling Of Star Wars] Reference
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