The media scene is fundamentally different from what it was ten years ago.
For me, fundamentally , I suppose, diversity is about where is truth, where is reality.
We assume everyone is fundamentally alike; we believe circumstances, not culture, drive people's decisions, including decisions about sex and disease.
We tweaked and changed it in rehearsal but we didn't alter it fundamentally .
I know that it is a fundamentally different philosophy to that espoused by Labour.
Although many ideas in this work were taken over from Descartes, in one respect he fundamentally disagreed with him.
Federal court, not fundamentally flawed military commissions, is where Hicks belongs.
fundamentally, this is a matter for doctors
While I've praised the improvements that Assembly and Senate committees made last week, the bill is still fundamentally flawed in several ways.
More fundamentally , it may offend the basic principle that the only point of such a plea is to justify a defamatory meaning.