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Vastly
Vastly Vast"ly, adv. To a vast extent or degree; very greatly; immensely. --Jer. Taylor.

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- partner (PPEP) in 2020. These are estimates and equity partners can make vastly different salaries inside the same firm. List of largest law firms by revenue...
- slice plane (most prominent in the heart and aorta for biological flows) A Vastly undersampled Isotropic Projection Reconstruction (VIPR) is a radially acquired...
- digital and open-source versions in the 21st century, such as Wikipedia, has vastly expanded the accessibility, authorship, readership, and variety of encyclopedia...
- considered when evaluating creditworthiness more generally. The US public vastly overestimates the amount spent on foreign aid. An increase in gross income...
- Tanzimat. Thus, over the course of the 19th century, the Ottoman state became vastly more powerful and organized internally, despite suffering further territorial...
- strong ties to foreign investors. Soon after, the country engaged in a vastly expensive naval arms race with Argentina that nearly led to war. The Chilean...
- increased ease of access to recordings of music via streaming video and vastly increased choice of music for consumers. Another effect of the Internet...
- programming languages applied to deliver dynamic web content, however, vary vastly between sites. *data on programming languages is based on: HTTP Header information...
- become concerned that, in many theories about the Universe, human brains are vastly more likely to arise from random fluctuations; this leads to the conclusion...
- Throughout the latter half of the 20th century, Harvard incrementally became vastly more diverse. Drew Gilpin Faust, previously dean of the Radcliffe Institute...