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Definition of Evocatively
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Literary usage of Evocatively
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1. States, Markets, and Just Growth: Development in the Twenty-first Century by Atul Kohli, Chung-in Moon, Georg Sørensen (2003)
"... preferring to administer the largely rural populations through indirect rule (a system Mamdani evocatively labels “decentralized despotism”; ..."
2. My Tiny Life: Crime and Passion in a Virtual World by Julian Dibbell (1998)
"... continuously from the CWL machine at Boston's Northeastern University and residing in a corner of the database evocatively entitled “Orbiting LambdaMOO. ..."
3. The Maecenas and the Madrigalist: Patrons, Patronage, and the Origins of the by Anthony M. Cummings (2004)
"... such music-making as there was in the Rucellai gardens is likely to have been principally of a particular type, evocatively described by Pirrotta.182 In ..."
4. Adventure Guide to Provence & the Cote D'Azur by Ferne Arfin (2005)
"The small rooms are brightly painted and evocatively named - Romarin, Lavande, Basilic, Pomme d'Amour. ..."
5. Cycling in France by Carole Saint-Laurent (2003)
"At the evocatively named seaside resort of Sables-d'Or- les-Pins (literally "Golden Sands-the Pines"), which in our opinion is the loveliest beach on the ..."