use partially in a sentence.
I'm partially referring to 2012.
Uruguay, South America, partially down
Isn't that partially what YC is?
It's partially a stealth layoff.
Kinda like DropBox (a partially Python app)?
Not completely, but partially it could be.
Yeah, well let's say "partially solved".
Perhaps partially because you can patent intuitive.
Only partially; read the other comments.
Any chance for a [partially] remote employment?
I wonder if they're partially waiting for Rails3?
Same, although it partially reminded me of Anathem.
Or that airport security partially designed to harass people.
In Canada, healthcare is partially paid for by future taxes.
I would guess it's partially "have a funny title".
I stand at least partially corrected.