validly

All Adverb
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  • Not all species of this large genus have been discovered yet, let alone validly described and named.
  • If the computer is merely record-keeping, then the game may be validly single-player.
  • This is the oldest validly published name for any member of the genus.
  • If something is not those two qualities, it cannot validly be called mind.
  • It can be performed as validly for bad works as good ones.
  • She could only validly exercise her rights if she survived him.
  • By this he meant that political authority cannot be validly founded upon Christianity.
  • Renewal fees may not be validly paid more than three months before they fall due.
  • The authority is the name of the scientist who first validly published the name.
  • Many older names are of uncertain application or were never validly published, or both.
  • A third genus name that is sometimes erroneously listed was never validly published.
  • The following list contains all validly published tribe names, however, some tribes might be disputed.
  • They noted the idea of construct validly was not new at that point.
  • In order that a thing may be done validly, it must be done knowingly. Cited from Napoleon the Little, by Victor Hugo
  • Therefore it seems that a boy or girl cannot validly make a vow before the age of fourteen. Cited from Summa Theologica, Part II-II (Secunda Secundae), by Thomas Aquinas
  • Thus, the word "will" validly applies to both personal and real property.
  • Neither of these names were validly published, but again they remain in use among carnivorous plant growers.
  • Parents should not baptize their own children in case of necessity, if there is any other person present who can validly do it. Cited from Baltimore Catechism No. 4 (of 4), by Thomas L. Kinkead
  • For example there could be just simple extraction of movement on stock exchange and validly called market sentiment.
  • By doing so, this system can help solve the problem of knowing which names have been validly published and in which year.
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Meaning of validly

  • adverb With validity; in a valid manner
    this may not validly be done