analytically, I might say I resent this new aristocracy of politics.
analytically and synthetically we understand the god-idea as previous generations could not understand it.
analytically it is defined by an equation of the second degree of which the highest terms represent two imaginary lines.
analytically he was master of more of the fundamental rules of acting than even Lawrence Barrett who was an authority.
analytically, objectively, he had thought out the whole thing.
analytically the next grade or stage is what the Romanist calls juristic possession as distinguished from natural possession.
analytically, it is defined by an equation of the second degree, of which the highest terms have real roots (see Conic Section).
analytic an·a·lyt·ic (ān'ə-lĭt'ĭk) or an·a·lyt·i·cal (-ĭ-kəl)
Of or relating to analysis or analytics.
Expert in or using analysis, especially one who thinks in a logical manner.