definition of elsewise by The Free Dictionary

What may be called its private life was confined to the hearth, and all easy-chair, and an old-fashioned occasional round table that was brought out upon the rug after business hours, from a corner where it elsewise remained turned up like a shining mahogany shield.
If there are signs of stress in these indicators, the city receives a one, elsewise it receives a zero.
Casey Anthony’s upcoming bankruptcy hearing on Monday will likely mean that she will have to tell debtors that the nebulous book deal she was suspected of making is now off the table, or elsewise risk losing her bankruptcy claim.
Namely, agglutinated foraminifera from mid-shelf environments were dominated by Reophax, in turn favoured by fine-grained sediment with high organic matter content and nutrients, with changing redox boundary according to fluctuating nutrient inputs; and elsewise, Ammobaculites dominated among the agglutinated foraminifera from outer-shelf to upper slope settings with coarse-grained sediments and low organic matter content, favouring a deeper and comparatively stable redox level.
Times-Shamrock Communications of Scranton, Pa., elsewise a publisher of traditional small dailies, has a division devoted to alternative weeklies (Baltimore City Paper, Cleveland Scene, et al.) and the San Francisco Examiner’s purchase of the Bay Guardian last month indicates that despite alternatives’ historic enmity toward dailies, they make good bedfellows.
Two elsewise as eight, will write samething between.
They usually persuaded their towns to keep out, by a high protective tariff or elsewise, goods competitive with their own; such alien goods, if allowed to enter the town, were sold at prices fixed by the affected guild….
Thus, it is desirable to remove as much transaction logic as possible from control flow logic by specifying the dependencies between transactions elsewhere and elsewise. In TWSO, we define transaction dependencies as follows.
Using a word for what it means seems simple enough, but even Jesus felt that he had to warn people about doing elsewise: “Say `Yes’ when you mean `Yes’ and `No’ when you mean `No.’ Anything beyond that is from the evil one” (Mt 5:37).
That’s a factor of improvement in productivity and communications that’s not available elsewise, and it’s a real competitive weapon.
Rather than reflect on this generic move that “converts” the socially marginal into the narratively central, Hobson ends his study elsewise, on the note of class.

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