What's the difference between personally and privately?
(adv.) In a personal manner; by bodily presence; in person; not by representative or substitute; as, to deliver a letter personally.
(adv.) With respect to an individual; as regards the person; individually; particularly.
(adv.) With respect to one's individuality; as regards one's self; as, personally I have no feeling in the matter.
(1) Correction for within-person variation in urinary excretion increased this partial correlation coefficient between intake and excretion to 0.59 (95% CI = 0.03 to 0.87).
(2) The analysis is based on the personal experience of the authors with 117 cases and the review of 223 cases published in the literature.
(3) This finding is of major importance for persons treated with diltiazem who engage in sport.
(4) 119 representatives of this population were checked in their sexual contacts; of these, 13 persons proved to be infected with HIV.
(5) Large gender differences were found in the correlations between the RAS, CR, run frequency, and run duration with the personality, mood, and locus of control scores.
(6) The idea that 80% of an engineer's time is spent on the day job and 20% pursuing a personal project is a mathematician's solution to innovation, Brin says.
(7) Why bother to put the investigators, prosecutors, judge, jury and me through this if one person can set justice aside, with the swipe of a pen.
(8) But becoming that person in a traditional society can be nothing short of social suicide.
(9) The results suggest that RPE cannot be used reliably as a surrogate for direct pulse measurement in exercise training of persons with acute dysvascular amputations.
(10) Polygraphic recordings during sleep were performed on 18 elderly persons (age range: 64-100 years).
(11) Parents believed they should try to normalize their child's experiences, that interactions with health care professionals required negotiation and assertiveness, and that they needed some support person(s) outside of the family.
(12) Caries-related bacteriological and biochemical factors were studied in 12 persons with low and 11 persons with normal salivary-secretion rates before and after a four-week period of frequent mouthrinses with 10% sorbitol solution (adaptation period).
(13) Hypnosis might be looked upon as a method by which an unscrupulous person could sustain such a state of powerlessness in a victim.
(14) Urine tests in six patients with other kidney diseases and with uraemia and in seven healthy persons did not show this substance.
(15) Size of household was the most important predictor of both the total level of household food expenditures and the per person level.
(16) An additional 1.3% of the persons studied needed this operation, but were unfit for surgery.
(17) The results indicated that 48% of the sample either regularly checked their own skin or had it checked by another person (such as a spouse), and 17% had been screened by a general practitioner in the preceding 12 months.
(18) Of 573 tests in 127 persons, a positive response occurred in 68 tests of 51 patients.
(19) Also, it is often the case that trustees or senior leadership are in said positions because they have personal relationships with the founder.
(20) Fifteen patients of acute intermittent porphyria (AIP) were detected out of 2500 persons of Maheshwari community surveyed.
(adv.) In a private manner; not openly; without the presence of others.
(adv.) In a manner affecting an individual; personally not officially; as, he is not privately benefited.
(1) If Charles Spencer, 3rd Duke of Marlborough, who bought the island in 1738, were to return today he would doubtless recognise the scene, though he might be surprised that his small private buildings have grown into a sizable hotel.
(2) An “out” vote would severely disrupt our lives, in an economic sense and a private sense.
(3) Video games specialist Game was teetering on the brink of collapse on Friday after a rescue deal put forward by private equity firm OpCapita appeared to have been given the cold shoulder by lenders who are owed more than £100m.
(4) Adding a layer of private pensions, it was thought, does not involve Government mechanisms and keeps the money in the private sector.
(5) The author's experience in private psychoanalytic practice and in Philadelphia's rape victim clinics indicates that these assaults occur frequently.
(6) To a supporter at the last election like me – someone who spoke alongside Nick Clegg at the curtain-raiser event for the party conference during the height of Labour's onslaught on civil liberties, and was assured privately by two leaders that the party was onside about civil liberties – this breach of trust and denial of principle is astonishing.
(7) Couples in need of help will be "encouraged" to come to a private agreement.
(8) It comes as the museum is transforming itself in the wake of major cuts in its government funding and looking more towards private-sector funding, a move that has caused some unease about its future direction.
(9) Also on Saturday, the VA said it would allow more veterans to obtain healthcare at private hospitals and clinics.
(10) Mike Enzi of Wyoming A senior senator from Wyoming, Enzi worked for the Department of Interior and the private Black Hills Corporation before being elected to Congress.
(11) Neil Blessitt Bristol • We need to establish what the legal position is with regard to the establishment by the government of a private company co-owned by the Department of Health and the French firm Sopra Steria.
(12) The first source attended was a private practitioner for 53 % of the patients, another private medical establishment for 4 %, a Government chest clinic for only 11 % and another Government medical establishment for 17 %, 9 % went first to a herbalist and 5 % went to a drug store or treated themselves.
(13) The government did not spell out the need for private holders of bank debt to take any losses – known as haircuts – under its plans but many analysts believe that this position is untenable.
(14) The alignment of Clinton’s Iowa team, all but guaranteeing a declaration of her official campaign before the end of next month, was coming into view amid reports that she was due to address by the end of the week controversy over her use of a private email account as secretary of state.
(15) Broad-based secular comprehensives that draw in families across the class, faith and ethnic spectrum, entirely free of private control, could hold a new appeal.
(16) But leading British doctors Sarah Creighton , consultant gynaecologist at the private Portland Hospital, Susan Bewley , consultant obstetrician at St Thomas's and Lih-Mei Liao , clinical psychologist in women's health at University College Hospital then wrote to the journal countering that his clitoral restoration claims were "anatomically impossible".
(17) The Guardian neglects to mention 150,000 privately owned guns or that Palestinians are banned from bearing arms.
(18) Private landowners are able to use property guardians to minimise their tax bills and, although it is hard to estimate, the potential financial loss to councils is substantial.
(19) A team-oriented problem-solving procedure using management project teams was developed to improve quality of care and productivity in a private, nonprofit hospital.
(20) Yet private student loans – given out by banks and financial institutions to the students who can’t get a federal loan – don’t get as much attention as the federal system.