Examples of namely in a Sentence
there's always one person stuck with cleaning up the mess, namely me
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Lokteff talked about white women — namely, their sexuality and vulnerability —as inspiring men to fight for and protect them.
Namely, the vendors at Eclipse Fest who prepared for chaos and wound up with leftovers.
Sundial examined another contour of the market meant to illuminate its bifurcation, namely, the growing proliferation of new lows and new highs on the same day.
Namely, a sizable pay raise for corrections officers whose wages are the lowest in their field in the metro area.
The opposition to the continent-spanning death funnel and current Republican fetish object—and, indeed, to energy pipeline projects in general—generally has adopted, among other tactics, the most basic one of all—namely, Getting In The Way.
Namely, the destruction this giant fire-breathing flying lizard can wreck on any would-be challengers, including of course, the ever-challenging Lannisters?
The judge also unsealed certain documents in the case, namely transcripts of jury questions to her made during sessions in her chambers.
As to the idea of a cure for AIDS, namely a medication that will clear the virus from someone’s body completely, that also remains a distant prospect.
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